New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 15, 1987, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 15, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas SchoolsWorld Health honor Continued from F»aqp I A The t;ix burden in Marion right now. said Farquhat is residential housing and small businesses The in crease Mn housing development has not been paralleled by industry and business development The high tax rate accounts for Hie bond debt necessitated by Marion LSD’s school construction, which will he $2.(Kid.(HK) on Aug ’.I of this year h'arquhar said Consoliaf ion either voluntarily with neighboring districts or sweep mg consolidation on the county level is not something Farquhar would look forward to for Marion ISF) I dont think consolidation would tie a popular move I think that pressor* from local ((immunities will have definite impact on the Legislature tie said (•alen Klolf. Judson I Sir superintendent also sees the possibility of consolidation tint said tie is not iii favor of the proposed solo lion to the inequity problem You know you can’t keep a school district from becoming a tag school district tint I t ti ink a lot is lost in bigness, in arn organization I can see this leading possibly to consolidation. I don’t think that would he good ” Another concern of Klolf is the misconception that more money automatically produces quality education lf you will study the test results I I AMS J ABS or achieve men! test scores the Judson ISI) for the past sever al years has had the lowest pet pupil expenditure of any school distric t in Bexar County, and yet we have been among the highest in the performance of our kids as shown on standardized tests Dollars alone arent going to make the difference.'' he said It s May pole practice Students from Seele Elementary Anil perform a May Pole dance Sunday at 2 and 3 at the Forest at Conservation Plaza and Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture rite F oik fest begins Saturday Pictured are in background Brandi Chapman Sue Schwab and Shawn Lindsey in foreground Kelly Garza and Tifkanie Purvis (Photo by Deryl Clark lf this is your idea of giving the lawn a good soaking, you’re all wet Yard Tips: You can save water bv watering your lawn in the early morning when it’s ecH)l; by watering just your lawn, not the sidewalks-and driveway; and by monitoring your watering so you don’t oyerwater CONSERVE Dont bo a WaterWaster! riot going to change the home background Steele expects the district court ruling to withstand appeals even though that could take two or three years lf there aren t any changes on the Texas Supreme Court I believe it probably will stand he said There could tie immediate impact if the Legislature decided to face it now instead of two years down the road,” Steele said If that would happen, then the court would have to look for a remedy Still, knowing how the legislature operates, they’re not going to face any problem until it s absolutely necessary ” Believing the state should find a means of financing public schools other than ad valorem taxes, Steele said there are problems faced by school districts at this time the Legislature should examine The state is mandating more programs, but finding a smaller portion of those programs I think it is getting to the point where the property owner is probably having a hard time Steele also noted other states that have faced the issue such as Califon nia as early as 1971 and New Jersey in 197* Citing the principle of fiscal neutrality, tile California courts declared that a child's education may not be a function of wealth other than tile wealth of the state Garden Ridge council reviews building codes tijH Mi Nk ’• zMMA ’ ION ‘ * Mi- fcJtftlNb /VA ' t H (Mi fcOWAHDS jNQkHGMCuNL AA 'fcH 'N HK By EDDA BUCHNER Correspondent Darden Ridge City hall is filled with activity, files are tieing sorted out. ordinances reviewed and research conduc ted on new ventures under Mayor Yohey's direction During a spec ial briefing on May • different financial avenues were ex plored before the decision to contract with the (Ireen Valley Mater Com pany for the city s water system On the next day the* first meeting of the new city council convened at the regular time Did and new business was discussed and decided upon (>ne of the points on the agenda centered around the reinforcement of building codes It became evident that many citizens might tie in viola tion of the building code ordinance bv not having obtained the required building permit and thereby unwit tingly have erected structures on easements or infringed on the set back law of the city At present the overall setback regulations are for the mam stria lure to tic located a minimum of Cl feet from the road. 15 feet from treside! ines and 25 feet from the back of the property F or smaller structures the requirements are somewhat less HDPald-Zritung (USPS 377 800) Published Sunday morning, Tuesday Wednesday. Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co . »8A S Casten Ave , or PO Drawer 311328. New Braunfels, Texas 78)3) 1378 Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co at New Braunfels, Texas DAVID K R AME ft Editor and Publisher JIM WE BRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Office Manager SANDI HUTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL MCCAMPBELL Classified Manager CAROL AVERY Circulation Manager MAGGIE LOMBARDO Composition Foreman GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman DANA OVERSTREET City Editor WANDA LASATER Lifestyles Editor TOM LABINSKI Sports Editor Subscription Rates (includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal Guadalupe. Hays, Bianco and Kendall counties three months, $10 89, six months. $19 02, one year, $34 Senior Citizens Discount (carrier delivery only) six mon th*, $15 83, one year $28 69 Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas three months, $19 13 six months, $34, one year, $63 75 Mail outside Texas six months, $42, one year, $70 lf you nave not received your newspaper by 5 30 pm Tuesday through Friday, or by 7 30 am Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p rn and 11am, respective • y Postmaster Send address changes to PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328 The revised ordinary < I9K::. states that a builds required tor cot sti modification of al) tai id appliances sci Irivewavs sheds turf new and ans real proper! costing more than K • iatior and rnateri <K \J permit has to he pun I cation, las out i begins The pernu ear The cost tot th jilted at lo cents pet ail structures atta* lidding For workshops the i«* <-square foot Permits fences, uncovered pant, reed the cost of >, sw miming pool perm it" Farmers and rancher city limits have to folk guidelines for structure habitation all other projects require no p. they exceed a total oi si . Violations of tins un draw a any < tivity one corr for ma ir ' t gt • * ’t ar the 'otal for 19K» igh riot .bi citations were traffic on- ba nu reamed traffic on ’ and KM '.mom does play a ma •    ".i    d    the mayor Yohev "aid ■ t av or ti* requesting the Texas ament of High way * and Public portal <>r to do another survey «"’ wa- mack* rn 1985 in order < * Pi* "peed ’nits un the tarn, • si * ’u., is 'n 4 miles per hour rn'• rust the threat of accidents nura me* * g had not mu( n <u«ti( ? i e ap if* from the city - M rn.t P* lips of Darden I >    > I sh* would like tr *•’ repair* last longer instead rn * ta ip and patched The fer a Harold Miller was pre 11 lei, J*,.i the e/onmg ot {hor, or th* orner of PM tooo and ■J from agricultural to otiice .usinc's zoning Dr McGran* voiced his emu em regarding • * * ab m proposed bv the 5< . Muter company ii m- .ai et Ridge entrails w th ^ anes and said he would put ow n well to forestall future rate of up Com;*' County Cv proved a resolutive junior at New Braun the Public Health *' in recognition of selected the winner from tries corning from 21 COu Judge Fred Clark congra ' ore than 1 OOO envies Here County j ates ^osuda dur >y Dery- NOTICE! Effective Monday May 18, 1987, we will be at our new location.......... 707 Landa St. Our office hours will remain the same. 8:30 a.m. to5:00p.m. Mon. - Fri. Herald-Zeitung 625-9144 ;