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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 28, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunfels March Drawing the lines If you live within the boundaries of either of these two you can vote in the April 6 City Council Both Districts 3 and 4 have three candidates seeking a spot on Ed Yale Simpson and Darrell Sollberger are on the ballot for District while George Rolf Moore and Richard Seidel are seeking Place The two districts are the only ones on the city ballot this yearthere are no atlarge as was the case last Boom town Round Rock manages explosive growth with tough laws and communication ByDANASTELL Staff writer Manage dont control was the advice to New Braunfels movers and shakers from the mayor of Round where population has tripled since Managing growth can be good for the community said Mike If you try to control fight or put your head in the youre in We guide the Robinson and outgoing city manager Bob Bennett Wednesday night spoke to a group of Planning Com mission City Council and council members of the Options and Opportunities Committee and New Braunfels He gave examples of the tremendous growth in Round in Williamson County north of and told how the city leaders have dealt with that In Round Rock had a population of Today that figure is about to exceed The million tax base the city has next year is expected to balloon to 850 That increse will cause the citys taxes to drop from the current 57cent rate to one of 33 and that includes projections of a million bond issue the city expects to have passed for and a million for park land Round Rock has an million city Robinson Twentyfive percent of the money raised by taxes goes to pay for general Capital recovery fees and other fees pay the remaining operating The rest of the tax money goes to retire such as Robinson said the citys planning department sees an average of 104 singlefamily housing starts each month Growth ought to pay for Robinson said ex plaining that developers pay a capital recovery fee for extension of utilities to a Theyre not going to eat theyre going to pass it Robinson We feel the development com munity is our biggest But dont forget that the developer is the guy making the Youre not going to drive anybody off by being too Play dont hesitate to be But work with the show them a show them that youre Robinson said building permits have a fee while the fee to be placed on the agenda for a rezoning hearing is Rezoning is very he because the whole city is already zoned and the city has a future land use map already set The future use plan is updated every four If youve got a you try to stick by he adding that Round Rock has a master plan for roads water and and Robinson told the group Wednesday that the best thing a city can do is communicate with the public and Anytime theres a theres a natural reaction to back up from the he You have to get them Explain You have to educate the public on whats going Robinson said his Council conducts neighborhood questionandanswer And youve got to have a relationship with the chamber of the school districts and the Its all coming out of the same Tieken can give data on bonds Looking for a speaker for your next club meeting Comal ISO Bill Brown and Arlen Community Education are available to give programs on the organization of the districts upcoming bond Clubs and organizations have been notified by letter that Brown and Tieken would like to discuss planning committee board proposals to meet the and the financial We believe it is in your in terest as well as outs to get the above information to as many people as Brown Thats why these two CISD of ficials are arranging their schedules to meet with local organizations within the next month or To schedule a call the CISD Central Administration Off ice at Man faces charges in fatal crash By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer An involuntary manslaughter charge is expected to be filed today against a Wimberley in con nection with a motorcycle crash that killed his passenger last The 19yearold motorcycle driver was in stable condition at McKenna Memorial He suffered a broken left thigh bone in the accident that occurred around Saturday on Purgatory His Ray Kasser also of died of massive internal He was pronounced dead at the scene by Peace Justice Howard Curly and his body was taken to Doeppenschmidt Funeral Department of Public Safety Trooper Jon Lindley said the 1981 Yamaha motorcycle was northbound on Purgatory Road when it entered a right left the roadway and hit a They both had helmets and thats Lindley But the big oak trees still It didnt move The accident report stated the two men were at the Hancock Saloon in Canyon Lake prior to the Lindley said the involuntary man slaughter charge is pending results from the drivers blood test taken at PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY EASTER LILLIES BASKET BOKAYS OR CORSAGES FREE DELIVERY TO ALL NURSING HOMES FOR EASTER 6255104 Opening Specials HeraldZritung USPS 377880 K you have not received you paper by Tuesday through 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