New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 2, 1993, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 02, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 2, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas MAY 1903 HERALDZEITUNG Incumbent re one SEQUIN One incum bent was reeltcUd while another lost his seat in voting in the Seguin Independent School District while races in New Navarro Marion 1SD were all uncon Current board president Rebecca Moravec was suc cessful in retaining her Dis trict 3 seat on the She pulled 205 compared to 152 for her Rick In District the incum bent Hunt Terry was defeat ed by challenger Paul Soto had a total of 176 votes compared to 99 In District Louis Reyes III was uncontested and earned 32 votes while in Dis trict Pat Irvine was also uncontested and got 68 In New Aldermen elected were Marvin 22 votes Billy 21 votes and Arthur 20 Doug Smith was elected city marshal with 24 Results for Marion were not available at but Clarence Jackson and Leonard Gagne were unopposed for while Mayor Glenn Hild also was In the Navarro Roger Bading pulled 121 votes and Bridget Alexander had a total of 93 There were four people earning writein Carl Randow and Sandra Robin son each got two and Bettye Urban and Wilfred Bartoskewitz each got one In the Marion Jean had 81 and Dahlia Arambula and Harold Pape each had 74 A federal judge late Friday blocked the Seguin City Council Election as a result of a lawsuit filed by the League of United Latin American ma of charter amendments Along with three city council New BraunfeU had to decide on 18 amendments to the City Charter and a proposition of the election of the to change the method of electing the mayor was passing 1294 to 336 against at Preliminary reports of the City Council election showed themajority of the amend ments to the City Charter passing Amendments 4 and 5are not enjoying the same success Amendment 5 which establishes the pay scale for city council members was receiving only modest acceptance by New Braunfelt at 286 for to 159 against Amendment requiring city council per sons to own was losing 273 for to 198 New Braunfels voters supported a proposal calling for the election of the may The amendments were as follows Amendment Candidates elected at the municipal election will take office at the first regular city council meeting after the following the official declaration of the results of the Amendment 2 Terms of candidates will be limited to two consecutive three year and no person shall serve more than three threeyear terms during a life Amendment 3 Council persons elect ed from a particular district must have been a resident of that district for no less than 12 Amendment 4 Deletes an amend ment requiring city council members to Amendment Each council member shall receive per and the mayor shall receive per meeting not to exceed two meetings per Amendment 6 Elections are to be held on uniform dates established by state law and redefined regular and special elections according to state law Amendment 7 Set a deadline for filing for office to be 45 days prior to an elec and provide for other time frames for filing to be in accordance with State of Texas Election Amendment 8 The official announce ment by the council of the winners will be no fewer than two days and no more than six days following the in accor dance with State of Texas Election Amendment 9 Change the wording of the oath of office to conform with word ings of oaths of office established by state Amendment 10 Recall elections for districtelected officials be from voters in that and the procedures for recall of council members will be consistent with the district method of electing council mem Amendment 11 Election dates set for recall of council members be set on the next available uniform election date pre scribed by state law that is no less than 60 days from the date of the presentation of the petition to the city or from the date of a public hearing if one was Amendment 12 The required number of petitioners required to submit a peti tion to the city council for a proposed ordi nance or resolution be increased from 10 percent of the number of votes cast in the last regular citywide to 30 percent of the number of votes cast in the last reg ular citywide and that elections held in such cases be set on the next avail able uniform election date no less than 60 days after the date at which the election is Amendment 13 To omit the word sanitation from the title of the depart ment because duties are provided by a difl ferent department I Amendment 14 Department of department of parks and recrel department of sanitation and depart ment of planning and environmental devel opment be amended to reflect the identifi cation and names of the various departj ments in the I Amendment 15 Delete the require ment that a copy of the budget be filed with the state comptroller of public Amendment 16 Repeals the Duties board of equalization and Approval of the assessment roll Amendment 17 Repeals the Sale bonds section of the city charter Amendment 18 Before the city shall be liable for to damage claim or suit for per sonal the person who is injured or whose property has been damaged on someone on their behalf shall notify the city in the manner and within the time frame prescribed by city and provides that no action for damages or injury will be brought against the unless timely notice has been given to the leave questions on Senate school finance DALLAS Texans provided more questions than answers while voting on a vacant Senate seat and three school finance propositions in Satur days As the states first special Senate election in 32 years left no clear Democratic interim Bob Krueger will face Republican state Treasurer Kay Bailey Hutchison in a runoff in late May or early With 94 percent of the precincts both Hutchison and Krueger had 29 Krueger had votes compared with votes for Their nearest Democratic Congressman Joe garnered 14 of the Krueger said he was ready to meet Hutchison headto Its going to be a race 111 I am so ready to draw distinc tions between her record and As the states first special Senate election in 32 years left no clear Democratic inter im Bob Krueger will face Republican state Treasurer Kay Bailey Hutchison in a runoff in late May or early I think itll be a hard But I certainly expect to he Hutchison predicted that Krueger would run a negative Im prepared for I want to run on the I think the people of Texas deserve she They are looking for fresh and Im going to try to give it to Voters landslide rejection of three schoolrelated constitu tional amendments left state lawmakers facing a June 1 dead line for a courtordered cutoff of state aid to Proposition designed to meet a SupremeCourt order on equal izing school would have made it constitutional for some property tax money to be shifted from richer to poorer school dis With 94 percent of the votes the amendment was failing by a 6238 percent mar The measure was opposed by while State headed by Ann had called Propo sition 1 the best chance to meet the June 1 deadline and avoid potential school But 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