New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 9, 1991, Page 3

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April 09, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 9, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Lion-hearted giving Crossword HerakJ-Zo/fung, New Braunfels, Texas    Tuesday,    April    9,    1991    Page    3 Noon Lions Club President Frank Witting, left, looks on as member George Nowotny, center, is presented a plaque from Lions International by District Governor G.W. McConico. The plaque commemorates Nowotny’s donation of his estate to the Disaster/Education Foundation of Lions International. Witting, second from left in photo at right, presents a contribution to Project Graduation sponsor Deborah Simpson as representatives from the benefiting area high schools look on. Students, from left, are Bill Hamilton from Smithson Valley High School, Kim Koehler of Canyon High School and Jessica Schwab of New Braunfels High School. (Photos by Erik Karlsson) Panel to study allocation of arts funds to be named By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Naw« Editor Mayor Amo Becker is expected to appoint a committee today to study the issue of hotel/motel tax allocations among local arts and heritage commissions. Next week members of the City of New Braunfels Arts Commission and the City of New Braunfels Heritage Commission will meet to consider applications from local arts and heritage organizations seeking funding from hotel/motel room tax. “There is 7 cents of hotel/motel tax. The last 3 cents go in totality to the Chamber of Commerce. Of the first four cents is what is divided (among local arts and heritage groups),” said City Manager Paul Grohman. Last year approximately $588,00 was generated locally in hotel/motel tax, he said. “Of that about $435,000 went to the Chamber of Commerce.” Historically the museum groups and art groups have fought over the monies generated through the special tax. City staff recommended to the City Council to move 1.75 percent of the first 4 percent from the arts groups to the museum groups. Last year more than $66,000 went to IO local arts groups and more than $ 17,000 went to four historical groups. Council Member At-Large Clinton Brandi said he was in favor of splitting the money equally down the middle. “We should work toward getting the two factions equal both in their commitments to the community and our commitments to them," Brandt said, adding he proposed IO percent of the 4 percent go to the historical groups and 15 percent go to the arts groups. And in the next three years, Brandt said, a move should be made to equalize the funding. Council Member At-Large James Goodbread said allocations should be based on needs. Robert Dicus of the New Braunfels German Folk Dancers said that organization received $2,522 last year, “lf these are cut from us it’s going to mean that we're going to have to take (money) out of our pockets, lf this is cut up we’re going to feel the hurt." Stocks NEW YORK (AP) -Morning nock*: High [.ow Lam AMR Corp SM 51*4 SI* ALLTEL Cp 40*4 40* 40* Amen lech 65*4 63* 65* Am S lure I I9'4 IIH •I* Amel TAT 35 34* 34* Amoco 52'4 SIH 52 AndarkPlr 25*4 25* 25* Art la 11*4 ll* ll* Ana co loc 4* 4* 4* AllKichfld 126*4 125* 126 Baker! 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Hildcgard Zagorski, vice president of Prudential Securities Co., said the market wasn't moving on a particular piece of economic news. "It’s sull a question now of waiting around to sec what the Fed is going to do," she said. Bar owners want to extend hours Local organization urges calling of referendum on later liquor sales City Council passes budget that holds line on tax rate By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor New Braunfels City Council passed a $10.3 million city budget Monday and held the line on the tax rate at 41 cents per $100 valuation. “A lot of work has gone into maintaining it at 41 cents," said Mayor Amo Becker. “I don’t know of any one in town that can say that they have done the same thing,” said Council Member At-Large James Goodbread. “I don’t know that it is realistic that you always keep it there.” Council members unanimously passed the emergency reading of an ordinance adopting the 1991-92 budget called a “status quo” budget by City Manager Paul Orohman. Grohman said he and the staff have had a commitment since he came on board in 1988 to keep the lax rate at $0.41 per SKX) valuation for five years. “That means that we will present a 41 cent tax rate next year,” he said. The upcoming budget allows for an across the board 3.2 percent cost-of-living raise for employees to take effect July I. The budget also calls for the establishment of a 2.3 percent merit raise pool to be given to employees for meritorious work. Health insurance went up 20 percent in this year's budget. And one new position was added to the budget which is a clerk’s position in the criminal investigation division of the police department. By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Maws Editor Local bar owners are urging city council members to consider calling an election that would allow them to sell alcoholic beverages until 2 a.m. daily. “We as a group of local businessmen and women would appreciate a chance to let the people of New Braunfels take this to a vote,” said Barry Jaroszewski, owner of Barry’s Under Pass Saloon. “If we can put it before the people I think that it will pass this time.” Jaroszewski, representing the New Braunfels Bar Owner’s Association, made a plea to the New Braunfels City Council Monday during a regular meeting. He said local bar owners are interested mainly in staying open until 2 a.m. on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and holidays. In 1984, New Braunfels voters went to the polls and supported the repeal of an ordinance that allowed bars and night clubs to purchase special 2 a.m. permits to stay open and sell alcohol. That ordinance, before it was repealed in 1984, had been on the books since April 1979 when the incoming Holiday Inn had requested the extended hours. Mayor Amo Becker said the city council would take the suggestion to extend the hours under advisement. Jaroszewski said the extended hours would give the already-struggling bar owners additional revenue, but also would keep people from driving to other drinking establishments in other cities after the ones in New Braunfels close. Alcoholic beverage sales now end at midnight except for Saturday night when sales are permitted until I a.m. Sunday. “The tax revenue that we would create here with the extra two hours would be very helpful,” he said. “It will keep people off the roads ... We feel like it would be a lot better if we could keep them here.” “I’m not saying I’m supporting you or I’m against it,” said Mayor Pro Tempore Ramon Chapa Jr. “I wouldn’t mind seeing the extra revenue but we have to look at the public safety aspect. You have to put yourselves in our shoes.” Jaroszewski said bar owners have been suffering since the repeal of the ordinance and since the drinking age was changed from 18 to 21.    BarrY Jaroszewski, representing    the New Braunfels Bar Owners’ “It's a tough business and we’re all    Association, presents the group’s    request to City Council. (Photo by struggling,” he said.    Karla Wenzel) LANDA STATION Tues. & Wed. Nite Hamburgers 1/2 price Steak & Shrimp Dinner #K95 After 5:00 PM vyy w yyjp HO^toAWNe COMTT WITMM Tnt ImA*' «.______ Sat. - Sun. 2:00 4:15 7:00 9:15 Mon. • Frt. 7:00 9:15 HARDWAY nautili I Sat. - Sun. 2:00 4:15 7:00 9:15 Mon. • Frt. 7:00 9:15 n Antonio 625 4411 mmsm I . J --PT I CONSIDER THE VALLE OF A WELL DESIGNED KITCHEN Linda W. Whitworth, CKD by APPOINTMENT 625-6903 HARI.AIN MAIINI I S I IO IO r> IO DAI! 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