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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                2A New Braunfels HeraWZeitung May Drainage statute hits a snag ByOANAOVERSTREET Staff writer An emergency drainage ordinance enacted by the city five months ago has had its problems and the com mittee that formulated the ordinance wants to review Gene chairman of the citys drainage review told City Council Monday the com mittee has found some problems with the including misun derstanding of the We find now that its difficult to enforce this ordinance because it deals with small tracts of Rutherford He said many of the comments he hears about the ordinance concern the cost of engineering work that must be done to comply with the Rutherford asked Council to allow the drainage committee to add three members to the group builder Perry developer Kirk and real estate counselor Debra I would also ask that Council add a realtor to our Rutherford The Board of Realtors is expected to make a recommendation for that Rutherford also said builders in the community have formed a group to communicate with the drainage He added that the committee is looking at four goals counteract the information that were going to junk the We are going to review the ordinance develop a regional drainage get with the city manager and city attorney to get advice on dealing with condemnations and other develop the Drainage Profile a drainage master Rutherford asked that City Council next meeting discuss establishing a oneyear official drainage com highlight the necessity of a city and talk about putting the drainage plan in the next Also Council formed a permanent Rivers Advisory Board and appointed five of the seven board The board was set up to advise the City Council on all matters regarding the Guadalupe and Comal rivers and and to carry out other duties as may be assigned by the City states the Nominated by City Council were Council roundup Cheryl Mclvin Nolle Vol Davis Stanley and Molly Council members Valdemar Espinoza and Max Winkler did not nominate a board The threeyear terms will be Council member Betty Lou Rushing said she hoped the board will determine who is responsible for cleaning up trees that have fallen in the I that this committee will take a lot of work off our shoulders as far as the Federal Emergency Management Agency Rushing City Manager Joe Michie said the city staff has been talking about the scope of the board and said he would appreciate input from Jeff coowner of the told Council Monday the board is not I personally dont feel like we need a permanent he I dont feel we need another committee at Henry said responsibility of taking care of the river falls on those who make their livelihood For us to do our job the best we dont need someone looking over my Henry All youre going to end up doing is creating more I ask you not to do Council also agreed to table a decision on leasing land to the New Braunfels Racing Pigeons The group asked lease a tract between the landfill and a drainage But Michie said Monday he would not recommend leasing the property for club use because the city is planning channel and there is a possibility that the land is in the flood Rushing said she would be glad to meet with them to find another possibility for If a group comes in and maintains wouldnt that be better than the alternative asked Ed vice president of the asked Council to table the matter until you complete engineering on the He said the group needs about 200 feet of land for a building about 600 square Makes you shutter There were almost as many cameras as candidates for graduation at practice Thursday evening at New Braunfels New BraunfelS and Smithson Valley seniors will become exstudents at their respective stadiums NBHS DERYL commencement begins at 8 Smithson Valleys program starts at Deaths Richard Pohle Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Richard Pohle of Route Box He died May 30 at Inn Con valescent Center at the age of Canyon Middle teachers honored Two Canyon Middle School teachers have tied this years Teacher of the Year Award from their ParentStudentTeacher Organization Ana math team and Marjorie language arts were both honored at a student assembly last Stephen PSTA president at made the announcement and presented each teacher with a Council ataglance City Council meeting of May Council members present Valdimar Guoryu Belly Lou James Max Ed and Mayor Barbara Tiekun Absent Fair Labor Standards City Manager Joe Michie asked Council to sign a resolution asking Congress to exempt slate tint local governments Irom the Fair Labor Standards Act All city associations ate yteaUy concerned about Michie said Im mostly concerned with our file department it would really allecl The Act would require firefighters to work only 53 hours per week rather than Michie would create a financial burden on the city because it would have to hue more That Act also takes away city discretion about overtime Abandonment of stool bridge Council refused a request from Richard Seidel lo buy the city property and right of way under the steel bridge which connects Faust and Porter The lirsl time around in 19811 I wanted ex elusive use ol tracts one and live the two city streets that lead to the Seidel said This I want to give adjacent property owners permanent easement to their Mayor Barbara Tieken said there are other than the surrounding property who use the street and the right of And Betty Lou who made the motion to deny the said the legalities seem Seidel would not disclose his plans for the Board appointments Council appointed members to various boards and Incumbent Joe Joe Myrtle Clark and Chris Weichsel for the Planning and Zoning Commission to take the places of David Marco and chairman David Zoning Board of Adjustment Vladimir Robert alternate Joe alternate Bob Building Board of Ad justment Roy alternate Roy Wayne alternate Dixon and alternate Vick Electrical Board of Adjustment and Appeals incumbents Schlueter and Robert Housing Board of Adjustment and Appeals incumbent Glynn Historical Landmark Commission Loreen Airport Advisory Board incumbent Ralph Arts and Cultural Commission Jan Sign ordinance committee Council appointed six of the seven members of a committee to study the feasibility and development of a billboard and sign ordinance for the Chosen were Jan Dick Pete Archie Irene and Joe Rezoning ordinances Council approved the tinal readings of three rezoning ordinances special permit to operate a day care center at 1023 Bridge changing two tracts on North Loop 337 from R2 to C1 rezoning annexation area F along Krueger Lane from R1 to M2 heavy Council also approved the rezoning of an nexation area D at County Line Road from R1 to various uses including R1 in a part of Nor thridge Subdivision R2 on the property ol New Braunfels Palace Heights subdivision and an adjacent tract R3 on the property of New Braunfels Savings and a part of and a strip behind a C1 portion along County Line Road C1 on both sides of County Line Road and zero lot line on a corner of Retaining wall Council approved a request by Frazor and to construct a wood and concrete retaining about 480 feet in Rio Alto subdivision at Lake Concrete will be poured inside a frame of which will be fronting the Guadalupe Fourth of July Parade Council approved a request by the Sophienburg Memorial Association to conduct the annual Old Fashioned Fourth of July Parade at from West down Academy to San Antonio around the plaza and lo First Federal Savings and What is Dominos HeraldZeituns DSPS 377880 If you have not received your aper by Tuesday through riday or by call 1259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 1 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and riday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Kramer General Manager Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Robert Dave Kramer Advertising Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia YznagaKing Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Comal Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal County In Texas 3 months one year Mail outside Texas 6 months one year Postmaster Send addres changes to Drawer New TX Calendar of Events Government City Council special 1 City council Schools Smithson Valley High graduation New Braunfels High 8 Unicorn 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 Special Offer Rebate for Preformance Answer For Info Call your local Authorized Dealer Sugarbears Stove Shop 14202918 OP 6256210 Offer expires July 1985 VISA OR MASTER CARD ACCEPTED Texas forecasts North Texas Partly cloudy through Not as hot widely scattered afternoon and evening thun derstorms developing west Lows tonight 73 to Highs Saturday 94 to DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Leroy Fifth Carl Schurz Texas A lowpressure system pumped Pacific moisture into the western half of Texas producing a veil of high but tem peratures were expected to be hot with a chance of thunderstorms elsewhere through the a highpressure area aloft continued to be the primary weather feature across the producing clear skies over North and South Central Texas and lowlevel clouds from coastal sections into southern and souheastern Low temperatures ranged from the mid 70s to lower 80s Extremes were 82 degrees at DallasFort Worth Regional Airport and 69 degrees at El Winds were southerly at 6 to 10 mph across most of and northwest to west i in the High Plains and the Other readings at 5 were 74 at San Stephenville and San Angelo 76 at Waco and Wichita Falls 71 at Amarillo and Lubbock 75 at Midland and Abilene 73 at Austin and 78 at Highs were expected to reach 102 degrees in North with partly cloudy skies through It should be partly cloudy to cloudy through Saturday in South Texas with isolated afternoon and evening thun derstorms in the Hill Highs were expected in the 90s to near 100 with lows in the Widely scattered late afternoon and evening thunderstorms were expected in western sections of the state under partly cloudy Highs should reach near 10S degrees in the Big Bend through South Texas Partly cloudy to cloudy thtough Saturday with isolated afternoon and evening thunderstormsin the Hill Continued hot days and warm Highs in the 90s to near 100 Lows in the 70s po near 80 immediate East Texas cloudy and A1 low in the mid South wind 10 to cloudy and continued High in the mid South wind 15 to 20 West Texas Sunny cloudy tonight with isolated to widely scattered late afternoon and evening showers or thun derstorms through Lows tonight Panhandle and west of the mountains to upper 70s Highs Saturday near 104 valleys of southwest to mid 80s Port Arthur to Port OConnor Small craft advisory in South winds near 20 knots through Seas 5 to 7 feet today and Partly Port OConnor to Brownsville Small craft advisory in South winds 20 to 25 knots through Saturday and near 20 knots Seas 5 to 8 feet Partly Extended forecasts Sunday through Tuesday North TexasLittle or no precipitation is Highs Lows upper 60s to mid South TexasPartly cloudy with tem peraturef 3 to 5 degrees above Little or no precipitation Lows ranging in the 60s to low north to thz low 70s central and South Texas and in the mid 70s south and along the immediate Highs 90s except 80s upper Brought To You MJkmkNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank Bw m New 78130 Member MPA6I and FDIC   

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