New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 13, 1985, Page 28

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung November 13, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Pag* SC    Herald-Ze/fung,    New    Braunfels    Jexas it /fem***mw- Wednesday, November 13,1985 Hobos Students in Nancy Bolle's fourth grade advanced reading class at Comal Elementary did a study on hobos and culminated their activities by dressing the part. The objective of the study was to write descriptive stories about themselves as hobos. Pictured, from left, are Chip Parrish, Amber Lehmann and April Smith. San Marcos named as a Main Street city At Its quarterly meeting in San Antonio on Oct. 28. the Texas Historical Commission designated the cities of Greenville. Palestine. Pittsburg, Pampa and San Marcos as the 1986 Texas Main Street cities These five communities will join a network of 35 cities working to revitalize their central business districts by developing the historic fabric of their downtowns. Each designated Main Street City hires a full-time Main Street Manager for a three-year period to coordinate the project, using private sector techniques of marketing, management and business developmentm, as well as historic ar chitectural design and landscape improvements. Local financial institutions lend support by setting up low-interest loan pools to encourage rehabilitation and reuse of existing historic buildings. The Texas Main Street Project of the Texas Historical Commission is primarily a technical assistance program rather than a grant program Many other state agencies, such as the Texas Economic Development Commission, the Texas Department of Community Affairs, the Texas Department of Agriculture, the Texas Tourist Development Agency and the Governor’s Office, provide additional assistance. A key success of the Main Street Project is the joining of historic preservation and economic development techniques to redevelop downtown as a viable marketplace. Since the beginning of the Texas Main Street Project in 1981, Main Street cities have seen a total of 1,020 downtown buildings rehabiliated. a net gain of 594 new businesses and 1,562 jobs and a private reinvestment in downtowns of more than $90,400,000. For more information, contact Anice Read or Susan Campbell, Texas Historial Commission, (512) 475 4407. AACOG winter meeting is slated The 1985 Winter semi annual meeting of the Alamo Area Council of Governments is scheduled for Dec. ll. at the Wyndam Hotel, 9821 Colon* nade, IH-10 and Wurzbach Road in San Antonio. This meeting is dedicated to Senator John Traeger in recognition of his service to the AACOG region Traeger has long been a supporter of regional councils in Texas He co-sponsored the legislation for the creation of councils for govern ments and continued to support regional planning programs throughout his years in office Traeger, who will not be seeking another term of offfice, has dedicated his life to service and it is in recognition of this service that the AACOG dedicates the 1985 Winter semi annual meeting to him The meeting begins at ll a rn with the Executive Committee Meeting to be followed by the Area Council During the meeting, the 1986 AACOG budget will be reviewed and adopted Traeger will address the member representatives at a 12:30 p m luncheon , An afternoon governmental session will feature presentations by John Cleary, of the Texas Department of Community Affairs and Dr Des McNeles, of the University of Texas at San Antonio, on governmental finance and budgeting Susan Horton, Counseol for the City of San Antonio, will give presentations on governmental liability Registration fee for the briefings and luncheon is $15 per person and is payable at time of registration Tto register please mail $15 fee along with name, address and telephone number to AACOG Semi-Annual Meeting, 118 Broadway, Suite No 460, San Antonio, Texas 78205, or call AACOG Intergovernmental and Community Relations Office at (512) 225 5201. 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  • Amber Lehmann
  • April Smith
  • Des Mcneles
  • John Cleary
  • John Traeger
  • Nancy Bolle
  • Susan Campbell
  • Susan Horton

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: November 13, 1985

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