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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 29, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas tow Texas October Friends for Rivers Concern led needs report aild mnaHv MINUS KM MVtM Twelfths third in a series of articles which history of the proMeim on River GmnUte and the Guedalupe River both and Mow Canyon In the history of efforts by various to solve theae wtU be By early the Comal CommiMionen Court feH that the proMemi had become Led by Jumbo the Commissioners Court appointed IS citterns to the Comal County Growth and Development The committee was divided into several subcommittees a Canyon Lake Upper Quadalupe Lower Guadalup Public Safety and Traffic Subcommittee and Water Quality and Quantity The Growth and Development Committee arranged with Joseph Diamond of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service to conduct a survey of the citizens of the The survey would aid the committee in determining Comal Counttana attitudes toward the problems it would also determine how they would like to have the problems A total of questionnaires were mailed The solutions to waterorientated problems moat often mentioned by respondents to the survey were 1 A public park with an entry fee for its use 2 More law and order with In creased enforcement and more personnel for park facilities 3 Facilities for more parking spaces 4 Better sanitation services for elimination of refuse and Most respondents to the survey did not favor raising local taxes to pay for improved water oriented recreation Over 70 percent of the respondents supported collection of user fees to finance these Once the survey results were a Comal County Growth and Development Report was written by the Recommended were the following 1 Authorization from the Government of Texas enabling the Comal County missioMrs Court to establish a Water Oriented Recreation District WORA for purposes of conserving its wateroriented providing various and sundry public services within or in support of the WORA and financing these ac tivities by means of user type taxes including an entrance or user fee to enter the vendors CONTRIBUTOR NAME CONTRIBUTOR ADDRESS PLEDGE TO THE COMAL COUNTY COMMUNITY FUND S t be Paid Total Amount of Pledge Paid Now o Weekly S D Monthly S Omc o Quarterly t Q Other S Please Return This Copy To COMAL COUNTY COMMUNITY FUND BOX 310614 NEW TEXAS 781310614 By D Payroll deduction Employer If payroll deduction O Bill Me tt Oninhulur Rttuni to penalty fines and grants 2JAJfJrear for the improvement of and additions to the road system leading into and within the 3 Construction and operation of parking lot restrooiiHMmitation centers where needed in the Lower Quadalupe Canyon Lake and Upper Guadalupe 4 Provision of additional trash cans and garbage collection centers supported by im proved garbage collection 5 Provision of improved boat canoe and tube and other WORA user convenience services and maintenance of the 6 Strengthening of the Sheriffs Department by adding four or more deputies each with the title of WORA Ranger and the intensification of public safety training programs for WORA users and voluntary 7 Strengthening county and other agencies responsible for fire health and safety activities withing the These recommendations led to the ap pointment of a Comal County Legislative Committee who would be charged with developing a plan to gain the needed 1987 ComFund agencies and budgeted allocations American Red Arthritis FoundatlontlOl Boy Scouli of Canyon Lake Action Rehabilitation Comal County Child Welfare Coma County Emergency Comal County Comal County Head Comal County Mental Health Mental Retardation Comal County Senior Cltlieni Comal County Womens Comal County Youth Community Service LlnefSOO Developmental Program for Infants A Family Planning ProgramfZSO Hospice New Braunfrlsf Humane Society of New Braunfelsf Lone Star Girl Scout Project Retired Senior Volunteer Salvation Teen United Way Clerical S u p p I I Inventory abounds HUD offering down on foreclosures AUSTIN AP Home buyers may purchase foreclosed property in the Austin and San Antonio areas from the federal Housing and Urban Development Department with a down payment of Just 1100 under a new say The San Antonio area office of which includes started the program on Friday to clear away its inventory of foreclosed buyers had needed a 3 percent down payment on a house selling for less than said Joe director of housing management for the San Antonio HUD off on more expensive had to put down 3 percent of the first and 5 percent of the But a buyer now needs the 1100 down a application fee that would be applied toward the and three months of insurance and said Dahlia director of property disposition for HUD in San Our inventory has grown dramatically in the last six said Last we had four properties in Currently we have about HUD officials insure Federal Housing Administration home If a buyer HUD takes back the property and tries to resell The 57county San Antonio area office has houses in in Rhodes said his office has been taking back more than 200 FHAinsured properies a month since The monthly total continues to he When you get right down to the bottom these are properties the mortgagor is getting back because the homeowner isnt making the said If you havent made your contribution or pledge for this please clip and mail this pledge card Thanks to things can get better Your ComFund Board of Mow to th fuUk FroKfamISOO Armyf o TfiasH37 s t t c 3 HUGE CABINET SALE Slightly damaged BIG DISCOUNTS 50 Off and more FREE DESIGN v 10 I 4973631 Old Texas Dance Hall Hwy 281 6Va North of Loop 1604 NTX3OOQ Modernday housebot and home efficiency expert for natural gas heat Call me but Ive always loved winter days when the first cold particles fill the awakening the Nights standing around the our cheeks taking on a silvery Feeling Of winter wouldnt be bearable without our ever highlyefficient natural gas For its been the only logical energy And some humanoids dont realize that an effi cient gas furnace can heat two and one half times the space that elec tric heating can for the same amount of pri mary thus saving hundreds of dollars a To those I recommend that they contact their nearest Entex utility As for Im off to curl up with selec tions from my favor ite Robot NATURAL ENERGY FOR A NEW W W V YOUR FINANCIAL Do You Know What Your is Going to Be Worth When You Want It We Do 1 Year Certificate of Deposit at With Minimum Balance oj Limited to Cancellation without Notice FXECUTIVE BANT Lobby to Drive to SatweayfeOO to 1200 ICMOfft SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 5551H 35 New Texas 78130 Dial 620 SAVE For Current Rate Information MM 6S1617S
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