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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 9, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels Tuesday April City to form rivers board ByDANASTELL Staff writer Acting on a recommendation from a temporary river City Council Monday night agreed to form a permanent rivers advisory The sevenmember board will relieve Council of some of its time spent on water concerns by acting as a gobetween for the community and the the committee Betty chairman of the city appointed rivers conservation and preservation said the advisory board will be made up of committed citizens who will focus on water and will have the right to make strong The permanent board Kyle give input to the rivers over sight which was formed on the suggestion of the National Parks That committee is formulating a rivers management An advisory board also should establish a program of conservation education and could work with the parks department to coordinate regular river Kenneth a dissenting member of the rivers said an advisory board is not Numerous owners of property and businesses along the rivers have appeared at Committee stating that no additional super visory agency or ordinancemaking authority is stated Fiedlers report to These people have been or their presentations considered as against the entire Councilmember Betty Lou Rushing said the advisory board is an attempt at having control by our local citizens on a local As we we need expert she Their the rivers committees recommendations are so its so important that we proceed and progress with a management plan for the rivers and the New county jail nearing completion By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Most of the work on the new jails administrative area will be finished in a week for the furnitures county commissioners learned Buddy site inspector representing the architect firm of Christopher told com missioners everything should be ready by May 17 for the ad ministrative use of the building and the prisoners could be moved after the sheriffs department has worked any bugs The sheriff and I inspected the work this morning and it is coming right The contractor is slowly getting the last things We are having some problems with getting the carpet installation in the ad ministrative We are having trouble getting the guy to stay on the Vogler Commissioner Evans questioned whether time on the schedule needed to be added with every change The contractor adds the days with the change order and it is up to tbe architect to look over what he adds and decide whether the extra days the completion date are Vogler He also suggested that the county seal the cement floor in the detention area rather than putting an epoxy paint finish on We have had the epoxy paint come up in at least two jails weve As far as maintenance the sealer is also easier to main Vogler Commissioner Monroe Wetz said the sealer finish was easier to keep and Commissioner Bill George said it was Vogler also cleared up a misconception members of the Mens Garden who are planning the landscaping for the jail had when they informally presented their plan to com missioners last The pipe under the pavement was put there as a conduit for a sprinkler not a drainage Vogler The Mens Garden Club members had estimated the cost of going under the pavement with conduit tearing up the pavement in its estimate along with the cost of the sprinkler system because they thought the pipe there was for The landscaping which will be reviewed by commissioners gave two alternatives for an irrigation ranging between and The landscaping itself will cost During county engineer Clark McCoys monthly com missioners discussed whether he should have an office at the Cour McCoy pointed out that four people occupied the office on 46 that was 360 square feet and the public used it to get business on subdivision driveways over county rightofway and flood plain Wetz suggested moving the temporary building used for prisoners currently to add onto his space at the present County Judge Fred Clark wanted that building saved for the new satellite office at Canyon and George There will be room for an office for him once the new Annex is We need to first decide whether the county engineer should be at the courthouse before we decide to use some temporary stopgap measure to give him more room where he or build something more permanent out Clark They did not make that decision in Mondays In other the com missioners approved a grant ap plication from Juvenile Probation for Commissioners also signed a deed to convey acres of land to the state along FM Trash picked up Monday ended up on this lot on North Hackberry DERYL ZEITUNG City cleanup brings out plenty of trash Street crews picked up an odd assortment of garbage during the first day of the citywide trash We have a nice collection of water and public works director Fred Ryden told City Council Street crews are following sanitation crews each Monday and Tuesday of this month picking up extra The first area Mon day was north of San Antonio and west of Todays pickup is south of San Antonio and west of South Trash picked up Monday was dumped on a cityowned vacant lot at the end of Hackberry while todays spoils will go to a lot next to the National Guard Armory on IH Ryden said it would be too expensive to make a number of trips to the landfill after picking up the so the junk picked up both days will be taken to the landfill It would have been too far and too much wasted per day to take each load to the land Ryden He said the Hackberry lot was the closest area to the West End We were working in that entire he It will be removed The next on April is north of San east of Walnut and west of On April pickup will be south of San east of Walnut and South Mesquite and west of Seguin Street and FM Trash must be in the yard or driveway by the day of Crews will pick up wood dog ice and general lawn They will not pick up car tree or The landfill will have free admission on April and 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