New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 19, 1991, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 19, 1991

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Issue date: Friday, July 19, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Pair of pups In need of homes are these tan and white Chihuahuaterrier six weeks Their mother recently was These and other pets can be adopted for a fee at the New Braunfels Animal 1920 Kuehler The fee for a female and for a male includes rabies and fouror sixway worming and the surgical fee for altering the Shelter hours are 10 to 4 Wednesday and 10 to 5 Monday and noon to 5 Photo by Annalies Schlickenrieder New Texas July 1991 Page SA CED vote will impact tax rate By ROBERT STEWART StaH Writer The August 10 election could make as much as a million difference in the tax bill of residents of the New Braunfels Independent School Dis according to Lonnie NBISD assistant superintendent for For the first time in history we will have a twotiered tax Curtis The bulk of the money is going to come from the County Education District CED and until August 10 comes we will not know what the elderly and disabled and personal I hope the personal property tax fails and I dont mind saying Curtis Because were not geared to handle it and the CAD Comal Appraisal District is not geared to handle NBISD is unable to send out tax bills until election results are the district sends bills out during the summer So that revenue begins to come in to pay for the open ing of schools in the This year the district may be forced to borrow money for operating officials August 10 is going to be a three ring circus in just about every com Curtis In New there will be one election to select NBISD trustees in District One and two atlarge posi there is a county statewide election on a constitutional amendment to authorize the County For the first time in history we will have a twotiered The bulk of the money is going to come from the County Education District CED and until August 10 comes we will not know what the exemptions are for elderly and disabled and personal said Lonnie NBISD assistant superintendent for owner such as businesses or rental properties will bear a bigger share of the tax he The statewide election is just like a statewide election for governor Dick NBISD trustee This means that even though the CED concept may get approved in the the state vote totals will deter mine the outcome of the It certainly is a mixedup Jean NBISD trustee Education Districts power to grant exemptions along with other amend After comes a CED ballot to decide the specific questions of additional homestead elderly and disabled exemptions and whether to tax tangible personal prop erty or On top of all there is a city ballot containing a referendum on late hours proposal for alcohol So a home will have a different tax value for NBISD then it will for the CED due to differences in exemp said Arlon NBISD This goes against the central appraisal districts efforts of past years to equalize tax values of proper Curtis It also means that properties that are not lived in by the 10 19 Music Bandera Races Laredo Special State loan authorization also on ballot By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Another issue to bedeeided when Texas voters go to the polls will be the fate of a proposed constitutional amendment authorizing the Texas Higher Education Coordi nating Board to sell million in general obligation bonds to fund the states HinsonHazlewood College Student Loan Between 1977 and the prog ram functioned as a revolving fund where loan repayments covered the cost of making new Since the demand for student loans to attend college increased from million per year to almost million per year in This unprecedented in demand has been attributed to changes in federal financial aid prog the creation of the College Access Loan Program for students from middle class and publ icity about the relatively low interest rate on the slates No money from the states general revenue funds has ever been used to repay bonds supporting the student loan Other ballot items to be decided on August include constitutional amendment referendums involving the states newest County Education and their right to grant exemptions for home elderly and handicapped citi Whether or not the CED will tax personal property will also be Voters in the New Braunfels Inde pendent School District will vote on three school board trustee Three incumbents are running for re with one of those running Absentee balloting will begin Mon day for the CCED election and offi cials say that voters must go to two different places to vote for the ISD empowering the CED to make exemptions and then to the CED poll to authorize specific Both these elections arc statewide so the outcome in Comal County could be different from the state tot said Sandra public information officer for the Comal Independent School She added that if the CED is voted down on a statewide the exemptions ballot would be Evangelism group at TLC SEOUIN Approximately 300 congregational leaders of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America ELCA will be at Texas Lutheran College 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