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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                classy city Council members want onlycleanindustries ByDANASTELL Staff writer They want only clean Industries in and City Council members Monday took a step toward putting that feeling into the zoning Council met Monday night with the Planning and Zoning Commission to begin cleaning up the zoning classification list to allow only laborintensive The groups also talked about the possibility of regulating billboard I am violently opposed to us dictating to the people what they can how they can said councilmember Joe If we dont want them in New then lets just take them off the Rogers also said Monday that he is opposed to trying to tell people where they can put signs on their own Council directed the study of both a revised industrial zoning classification and a new billboard ordinance to the Planning and Zoning Among the types of industry Council suggested be removed from the zoning classification list are rendering tar distillation and manufacturing steel fur and plants that manufacture insecticides or Councilmember Betty Lou Rushing pointed out that the city is not anti but simply should establish and maintain that that touch of that is New Fellow councilmember James Goodbread echoed her We dont want to encourage ob noxious industries in this he We want to make it easier for you to expand so you dont have to come in here every Coleman Industries manager Randy Kuntz and directors of three other FM 306 industries drafted a proposed zoning classification for light and heavy industry Ml and M Several things were added to the Ml such as fiberglas use and bulk storage and so Coleman and other industries could remain in that classification and without having to be changed to Kuntz and officials of Detex and Tempflex also recommended that land adjacent to the industrial park be zoned Cl local business to serve as a buffer between the industries and residential I wouldnt want to build a house right next to industry and it helps me to know people wont be so Kuntz Mayor Barbara Tieken suggested updating some of the allowed uses in the zoning list to reflect the concerns of the Edwards such underground storage tanks for service She also suggested that any proposed Ml uses that arent specifically spelled out in the list be presented to the Planning and Zoning along approval from the appropriate state including the air control board and Edwards Planning and Zoning Commission plans to review the zoning classifications at the April meeting and will present information to Council In the Commission will be clarifying its views on a touchy issue that is to be the subject of a March 4 workshop between the Commission and Members of Planning and Zoning Commission were asked to review several sample ordinance regulating billboards and come back to Council perhaps with suggestions about a possible Its a matter of that touch of class that New Braunfels has to keep our community from being like every other Rushing I would hate to see us so inundated with signs tacky we lose sight of our beautiful Hill Tieken said the citys economy is supported by million worth of tourist dollars per Thats nothing to sneeze she We dont bring them in here to look at our We bring them in here to look at the attractive beauty of New Were looking at a multimillion dollar industry that weve got to be very careful not to mess Planning and Zoning com missioners will meet with Council about billboards at 6 March Bank opening Its actual grand opening was but New Braunfels National Bank had plenty of guests in attendance top photo for its VIP party last bank president Walker and his wife greet Stub chairman of the board of Victoria the local banks holding F BRIDGES ZtlTUNG Want to buy or sell Drop a line in the HERALD CLASSIFIEDS Weather Canyon Middle band members return home with medals Fifty seventhand eighthgrade band members from Canyon Middle School attended an invitational solo and ensemble contest held recently at New Braunfels High CMS students took 16 superior solo medals and nine superior ensemble Those students receiving a superior solo rating were Lisa Jill Melissa Joanna Patricia Sandra and Rene David Lori Randall John Paul Randy Melroy Austin Michael Wittier and Jan NBHS PTA meeting reset New Braunfels High Schools PTA meeting and Club originally sceduled for tonight has been changed to Thursday because of tonights playoff basketball The PTA meeting will begin at 7 Club booths will open before and after the meeting for students to learn about the various activities All eighth grade students are en couraged to attend this Winning superior ensemble medals were Lisa Ball and Brooke duet Janalyn Moos and Kami duet Dawn Gustafson and Janet duet Patrick Manley and Brian duet Melroy Koehler and Kevin AnnTerese Lee Anne Joanna Oester and Tina quartet Christine Sandra Joy Salge and Terri quartet Mary Gena Thomas and Elizabeth trio and Jeff Rene Dana Fournier and Kasey Ten solos and three ensembles earned an excellent Solo winners were Brooke Kathy Jan Heather Jon Chris Patrick Tracey Schulz and Adam Ensembles winning excellent ratings were Michael Haecker and Lyman duet Wade Keith Kohlenberg and Steven trio and Eddie John Randy Smallwood and Michael The CMS band directors are Roy Haag and Rebecca Calendar of events Government New Braunfels Utilities trustees Honors Organizations TOPS Take Off Pounds Sen Laurel Plaza recreation Comal County Democratic Club First Federal Savings and Rotary Club noon Eagles If you would like to announce your groups activities in the call us at 6259144 or send us a notice to Drawer New Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadline for Sunday editions is Peter Paul School Now Registering For School Year Students in PreSchool And Grades Thru 8 PreSchoolMarch 1 28 Grades 1 thru 8 March 2529 Peter Paul ParentTeacher Club Encourages You To Seek Quality Education In A Christian Call Peter Pauls School 6253233 4 0 sooth south Wefripsday 50s north and 60s The Nation DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Carlos Fifth Carl Schurz Texas A cold from nudged into the Texas Panhandle early but weather forecasters said little change in the mild weather would be obvious elsewhere High temperatures today were expected to be in the 40s in the but in the 60s and 70s elsewhere across the High clouds were common across the state this A lew low clouds dotted the lower Rio Grande dense fog reduced visibilities to one half a mile or less at times in the where a travelers advisory remained in A light south wind breezed most of the although southwesterly winds of 10 mph were reported in parts of West Texas Predawn temperatures were generally in the 40s and Cooler 30 degree readings were corfineil to trie nOMhem I far West Texas At 4 a m ranged from 38 at Brownsville Texas forecasts NORTH TEXAS fair ioi t Lows tonight 35 46 Highs Wednesday 57 to 63 SOUTH TEXAS tomghi A chance of light rain or Cloud cooler Wednesday with a chance ot Lows tonight in tne low 40s near 60 lower coast Highs We1 mainly in the upper 50s and 60s WEST TEXAS Cloudy and cooler ton Scattered ram South ana west Gusty winds whipped up snow and cornhinerj with falling temperatures to produce rugged conditions in the Dakotas and Minnesota while rain was widespread from the mid Atlantic Coast into the Deep South Snow was allmy across much of where up to 6 inchns was expected in the mountains Wyoming the Dakotas and northern Minnesota had scattered gusty winds HOI tillincj temperatures many m the single no 1 teens Fog widespread early today southern Kentucky to the Gulf of Mexico TOOMV s forecast called for ram over the mia Atlantic Coast sates the Carolines HICJIS ouecteri in hf m the 20s to jus fin rne Ih oppef Great I ais and m northern Maine in tne 60s to 70s across California the desert Southwest 3 rhe central Gul stares trtoutn ii trie Bos of r i rrt trie ration d 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