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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 2, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                16 New Braunfels April Zamora Continued from Page 1 District 3 candidate Edward Sciantarelli said his work in civic and church organizations has given him valuable experience in working with a large segment of the com This experience will prove in valuable in working on Council to represent the best interest of our he In the coming our community will face many complex issues associated with I cant profess to know all the but I do believe that having lived and worked in this community for 10 I have some insight into the ideals of individual freedeom that have been vital to this communitys also a District 3 can said he is an advocate of individual rights and called himself a He said he is not concerned about the growth the city is but about the nature of the economic The com Simpson should become uniform in planning to broaden the tax base and provide a threeyear said he can add a freshness to City Council because of his newness to the Darrell the third district 3 said he believes there are three major problems in New Braunfels the need for longrange and the need for an informed The community he an informed public with strong future planning which provides quality reasonable and stable tax and a superior living District also a threeman has Rick George and Moore facing each Erben the number one concern is and control of that growth can be gained by city leaders being actors rather than That can be accomplished by working he ad vocating longrange planning by the Planning and Zoning Erben said the city should protect the property rights of people brought into the city through annexation and of property owners along the Seidel said he believes that when inevitable growth is controlled and it can be a rewarding A communitys uniqueness and charm can be planned for and included in the growth who said City Council needs a person with new also calls for a strong drainage master plan and directions for a new sewage treat ment Moore said that as New Braunfels we need to take a hard look at what other cities have done landscaping requirements for community aesthetic standards for protecting historical Moore said it is hard to attract clean industry into an area that has outdated zoning I will continue to advocate strong pollution controls for our and strong zoning and building Some of the questions from the audience were aimed at all can Here is a sampling What are the priorities for the community and where are the funds to come from Sciantarelli Sciantarelli had to leave the forum but was asked the same questions in a telephone interview this Sound management of the en vironmental growth by developing an adequate water diverse industrial base and at the same time preserving clean air and rivers for our use and the use of our If we had a sound economic and in dustrial it would generate that Sollberger Water is the most weve got to have an alternate Second is parks and recreation for the local in conjunction with capital im provement The funds will probably be included in a bond Simpson To help the aesthetic beauty of a city with the new people coming The streets need drainage needs taking care and most of this is going to have to come through a bond Moore We do need to provide the basic city the main priority is providing a future for citizens and families by providing This bond issue will be the first of several and well need to be careful so we have the capacity to issue future Erben I think the most im portant priority would be the cleaning up and great steps have been taken by property owners and river merchants in getting together and working out The sales we really need to touch on and Im in favor of tourism yearround and the winter visitors and the money they spend in hotels and motels is passed into the com Seidel My one word would be respect for all factions of the com munity other peoples We will have to respect each other in what we 1 Tear CD S100 182394 Days SHORTER LONGER PERIODS WE ALSO HAVE ATTRACTIVE JUMDOS G IRAS Rates Subject to Change SCHERTZ BANK TRUST LONG TRADITION OF SERVICE AND COMMUNITY WE PRIDE OURSELVES IN THE WE ARE LOCALLY OWNED AND DEDICATE OURSELVES TO SERVE YOU BETTER AND SECURE YOUR SCBERTZ s TRUST 519 MAIN STREET TEXAS 70154 6587414 Lobby 96 Drive In 93 FDIC Member need and we can all work City Council has proposed a shopping list for the bond Should the Council restrict the items presented or let the voters decide Sciantarelli I have come out saying we dont need to raise taxes for things that dont benefit the entire Sollberger All the items discussed to this point should be Simpson Everything that is listed is not for every We should have the choice to Moore I think we should let the voters giving them the facts they need to make a Erben I feel the voters ought to have the The way its presented is an excellent Its not going to be for Seidel Let the voters And we ought to leave an open blank so they can also list another problem they think needs to be Given our location on the do you feel industry is moving into this area as you ex pected Sciantarelli I think its moving in We havent had a new in dustry Monthard was the first in quite a We need to for mulate some program to bring in clean industry with good paying Sollberger weve been attracting our because we have a blend in the lowscale wage earners and the higher Simpson industry has not come in as Moore I dont think weve at tracted our fair share of We need quality industry the to per hour industry instead of the to per hour Erben We havent attracted as much as Id like to Its difficult to compete with San Marcos who buys electricity directly from sources like Seidel Industry is going somewhere Why industry is going somewhere I dont Continued from Page 1 Zamora believes that all parts of the community need to forgive and forget the problems that led to conflicts in the past and work together to provide the best education possible for all of the children of New We can have differences of opinion and we are bound but we have established the ground work that can allow us to build trust and communication between the different cultures We all need each Zamora An an example he pointed out that the Mexican American community had a higher dropout rate and a higher truancy rate than the Anglo With House Bill 72s formula for state funding depending so heavily on the ADA average daily at this is not just a problem of the Mexican American It affects the finances of the entire Zamora pointed But without an education the talents of young people will never be and Zamora felt the high drop out rate made an especially heavy impact on the hopes and aspirations of the Mexican American He remembered when the school district had a truant Arthur now with the Texas Education but when he left the position was not A lot of our a higher are not showing up at Eventually they drop out when they get too far We had a truant and when they discontinued that I feel the Mexican American community lost Zamora The candidate felt that the right person in that position could be the link between parents and school showing the districts concern for every childs par ticipation in Other aspects of HB 72 are not all he voicing the concern of many parents about the strict rules for student participation in extracurricular ac But using common we can solve the areas that seem too Zamora He expressed confidence in the present school ad ministrators abilities and willingness to hear from the MexicanAmerican I think Charles Bradberry is concerned with all the children of the district and I am very willing to work with him on any especially to solve the problems of my Zamora Continued from Page 1 it without overburdening the Brumbelow By 1990 the population here is suppose to The education reform has accomplished some good by emphasizing the importance of But in the short it may have added to the problems that all school districts are burdened with from financial to teacher But Brumbelow feels the answer lies within the school There are going to have to be modifications in the We do not want to remove the only incentive some kids have for continuing to stay in Brumbelow Much of the adjustment will have to come from a commonsense approach that reflects the priorities and philosophy of The bill has thrown a cloud over but its time to take the bull by the Brumbelow Until the state board of education can give some consistant he felt the district should examine the its intent and what is best for the then the school board and administration should come up with its own To continue to call them Board of Education and get conflicting opinions seems to be selfdefeating and he We need to provide some stability for our teachers and students that the state agency is unable to The candidate also said he planned to encourage more interaction between NBISD and We are a community New Braunfels and the entire We need to sit get our programs and communicate areas of similar Brumbelow The recent Comal County Youth Fair was a perfect example both school districts are involved in it and both could have been operating under the same rule of par ticipation since both were interpreting the same Brumbelow said he wanted to represent all the people in his including Anglos and If I am elected I plan to be responsive to any phone calls in my business or at the candidate To gather the concerns of the MexicanAmerican Brumbelow said he has had input from some of their leaders in the Continued from Page 1 school trips because of the Parker offered an amendment Monday that would give the state board authority to decide what period would be used in considering grades before a suspension was It also would exempt cer tain honors courses from con Kent DCollege at first offered an amend ment that would let the state board shorten the grading period to three weeks but withdrew his amendment to support Also left pending Monday was an amendment by Bill that would allow a student to be suspended only until a grade is made The board has said all along it will be responsive to what the Legislature and the governor Com missioner of Education Kirby said after the Senate committee We have said all along we thought the law said six weeks but if we get an expression from the House and Senate and governor we will take another look at Southwestern Bell Telephone introduces five new is a special informa tion program rivaled by iln rmphnvisat Southwestern Hell Weve designed it to pro vide answers to our customers quest ions as well as realiirm our companys commitment to ilie Home security is Iliul concerns us in many people dont know how to pre pare for an emergency in This booklet tjivrs you t ips on how to do just Annoying phone calls can happen to anyone at anyt Hut you dont always have to be a vict im because I hen are a lew steps you can lake to deal with this nui We 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