New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 31, 1994

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 31, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 31, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Inside River conditions Salary comparisons of elected county officials Tin1 winoincj numbers 11016 10/22/99 WEST MICROPUBLISHING 7 E YANDELL DR TX 7990 foifMlpf Herald-Zeitung readers sound off on San Antonio's proposed Applewhite Reservoir project. ■ See SA 242 DAYS Niff Braunfels Sstquiosnfemfci March 21,1845 Mvch21,1996 The Frame Shop of service to the I ■See Page 6A Obituaries........... Wether............ Opinion............... Letters to editor.. Success Stories! Dear Abby.......... Sports Day...;...... Milestones......... New Bra Comics ......... The Marketplace. Guadalupe River.............127 cb Comal River...................205 cfs 'cb-cubic hup* mooed Birthday widiet front tho Honild Tolfttnol The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to; Otar Lange-cr, Gloria tag, Danny Rosales, uMTtn MfNocu {jsmmmyh -a as a- feeft-a a pp ■_ UHjf iTiNRi inuareo Drocs (Saturday), Jen Cooney (Saturday), Darlene Gray (Saturday), George Lewis (Saturday), Mabel Murgatrqyd (Saturday), Evelyn Roealer (Saturday), Karen Key Hydra (Saturday), Ruby Stuart (Saturday), Vlr-ghda Brown, GII Deaton, Robert Donald Hems, Oacar Knee, Key Fennel, LaMarr Petersen, D.T. Porter, Natalie Rowe, Roland Gonzales (Saturday), Benjamin Sherman (Saturday), George Thomas, Vtrgl Butler, Robert Vondrau (Monday). Happy Aaahrenary to Jimmy St Diaua Maxwd (30 years!), Robert A Betty Brisaeaden, George dr n is. afgp- O— IMhhhi Fmum* Sr. Comal Coimty ranks high in four positions By ROGER CROTEAU City Editor 41,049    $7.7    mill.    00,960    $28.618 Comal bs seidWWgnest of de ffwmm studied. She sud she thinks a three percent raj af. for nffirnyis would be fair, and added that she feels strongly that her employees need a raise. Tax Assessor-CoUeclor Gone aeolian pointed out that she has more responsibilities than some other county tax sssessor-ooUecton since she is in charge of voter registration and collects taxes for eight other taxing entities, incfaidiag the Comal Independent School District. MI did not ask for a raise in my budget request because I would rather have my staff people get a raise,” she said. will leave it up to the commissioners court." Rheinltnder was out of town and unavailable for comment. In addition to railes for elected officials, Gmeel said she is proposing a six percent raise for all county employees Kid re-dissifying some employees, which would raise their salaries more. In all, Casteel is proposing about $430,000 in raises as part of the $16.2 million 1995 county budget. will meet ob Tueadty, Aug. 2 at 7 pin. it Krauset Cafh. Nathan Pheinlandp^, Comal Comity Attorney, will be the gue* speaker and will talk about hot checks. The public is invited. For more information, call Downtown Association President Connie Worley at 6294419. Randolph rotkoos to oponoor brioflng The Randolph Air Force Base Activities Office Witt qnoar aa informal thRx^hour lyilfofiTiBtiofi update briefing on Aug. IO for milkily retirees and spouses. The meeting will be held in the Randolph AFB Theatre sad begins at 0900 (9 a.m.). For further information, call 652-6880. ~ Ty ffttwpfriynn pf the 12 counties shows County Sheriff Jack Drainer, County Clerk Joy Streator, County Attorney Nathan Rhelnlander and County Tin AssesaonOoUector CBoria ruiMB ne tire paid aweing the group. In fret, Bremer is paid than any sheriff in any Texas county with lest than 100,000 residents. Comal County has dose to 52,000 residents. Also, County Judge Carter Casteel and District Oeik Margaret Hetbrich yf tfif f^ni>(< ftigfw# paiH In gTCHlp qf 12 coodea On the low end were the Comal County commissioners, who are the second lowest paid in the group, md County Treasurer Bart Bartholomew, who makes mote than four of the 12. County Judge Carter Casteel said (Tn«ml fnmty    nr^y    be    wfpw. Bible for providing services to mote people than official! in with dtmittf pppiiwAw fitiee (Vtoi Qayty ty has large, densely populated areas ||Ag|A|fi|§ oBorororior oRRBooRWmWd fHBBfWRI!wR oWram for Amb. IB The Comal County 4-H dubs are having their benefit dance on Friday, Aug. 12 at the Comal County Fairgrounds from 8 pm to 12 a.m. Tickets are available at the county fTttmsifTn office, 132 Wrter Lane. CAD comparisons indicate taxable value totals on rise By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Raid results in I three arrests (Tbs New Braunfels Heraid-Zaitung invites its readers to submit items lo Stammtisck According lo the Sophienburg Archives end members cf the German community, "Stammlisch* represents a sitting place for members cf the community to gather and share the day's happenings. We invite you lo share with us.) The Comal Appraisal District released comparisons of certified taxable value totals for the taxing entities of the county from 1993 to 1994. Comal County showed the highest value total for 1994 at about $2,272 billion, up 636 percent from 1993. The Comal Road and Flood District had a $1243 billion total value, up 6.34%. Total values for the city ofNew Braunfels rote only 3.9%, one of the Iou** among the taxing districts, with nearly $900 million in total value. "The largest increases overall were teen in tingle-frmily residences," said Curtis Koehler, deputy chief appraiser. "The city of New Braunfels has mostly commercial property values." The city of Garden Ridge, the only other incorporated city in the county, potted an 11.37% increase in total taxable valuta, from around $100.3 million to $1 ll.8 million. The Comal Independent School District posted a $1,720 billion value total, up 7.78% from 1993 and third-largest total in the county. The New Braunfels Independent School District totaled $822 million in taxable values, up 5.96%. Large* percentage increases came in the rural fire district! and Munidpel Utility Dittrida I and! Comal Rural Fire District XX aal 3 increased over 10% as did the MUDS. Koehler said the MUDS increased due to readjustments after the neighborhoods dropped in value several yean ago. The Bdwards Underground Waler District did not chaige taxes la* year but will for 1994. The total taxable value of the EUWD in Comal County was around $1 i 19 billion. Three Canyon Lake boys remained in Comal County Jail this weekend od $35100 bailees pa dragee of potation of ooieo property valued batsman 1750 and $2,000. "More charges will be added," said Comal County Chief Deputy Elwood Hohem Joe McCready. 17, Chris "Bubba" Bowen. 19. end Kevin Bowen. 17. are noasiblv responsible for more than 20 butglariea in Comal County. Investigators believe they im alto connected to mote than 30 burglaries in Hays County, end wen researching up there Friday. The third-degree felony carries a possible punishment of two to ten yean imprisonment and a $10,000 fine. They were mealed at ^proximately 9:30 pan. Thun-day st their Canyon Lake hornet. Detectives Bd Whtoon, Jimmy I imm^r |iyi Rick fawfenff of the Owl County jPVfwff* f TVpytmw# rww4|<W>^ th. jlpgg wtih Pffprtift Wayne Ellington and Tim Nowell. The investigation hat    the    past    four    months, Hoherz said. The actual midi took place m approximately 5 pm. Thursday in the 300 block of SlMmbost Drive, Canyon Uke, and the 400 block afTom Creek Lane, Canyon Lake. Coroll County Court-at-Law Judge Fred ClMkimued the search wimgt earlier tho day. Tttxas 1-20 27-37 47-49 THI newspaper la printed on racydsd for nows,    advertising or    subscription    information,    call    625-9144    606-0846 ;

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