New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 12, 1994

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 12, 1994

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Issue date: Friday, August 12, 1994

Pages available: 18

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 12, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas in today's Church Lite section - SAFor    nows, advertising or subscription information, call 625-9144 (Metro) 606-0846 410 SO-WEST 2627 £ > TX 7990 '^pinion.Armadillo races still on for Saturday tty TECLO J. GARGIA    However, Serold said she was not arak- Staff Writer    jug my ttwrnw to etnffl Aa SWH not 1..........."    was she acting as an animN rights activist. Annadillo noes planned by sad -drug She said her concern was with the city's organisation Put On Your Armor are All ante cote policy since the evert would scheduled to take place at Conservation have aiiiiadiuAn the dtyltaita Plaza Saturday.    “I do not have anything against the Put Comments made on local radio by city On Your Armor people," she said. uMy councilwoman Mary SeroM about her con- orfy worry is ifh is in conflict with te chy cern for the races even prompted some in ordinance0 New Braunfels to think the event might be    For more information, contact Put On canceled.    Your Armor officials at 629-4980. .104 da 274 cfs tim vSm§ fiHfni Th t New Brawlis Herald-e* teds the birthday wishes loc Tedo J. Gar-da»ChrMopher Geld, Chn Gomes, WHtemHdlon, Mary Awm HolhnJg, Edna Richter, Hamm Scratch^, PBar Urbs *1 do not agree with the statement sboutte open meetings act was violated,** she said. “We are there to protect the attern and their pocketbooks.**    -‘\i Bowers sided with Serold by saying Its ' i also felt there needed to be a change at the attorney's postion. ^ hive discussed this with te mayor india past on numerous occasions and with vadoy < council members, but it was not a meeting bt a group,*’he said. Tm all for keeping things open.** Freeman, however, believes Moore does h ; good job and works for the whole counsQt; . “Mr. Moore is the employee of the couqcjf and he wodcs under the direction of the cdab-CU,N she said. “Not just of the individifel members.** Benhez and Kennedy would also like to see Moore stay. Moore said Thursday he had not resigned, but refused (hither comment. ^Jhejfejsimj^«w4Wednesdayst| , p.m. in executive seance. The Comal CoteySeAor Chimes Comer will have a dmoe on Sunday, Aug. 14 tem 3 pun. to 6 pm featuring the band "Mixed Country." Line dmee music will be included in a variety of selections. Everyone is welcome. Admteion! is $3 per perron. A snack bar will ba open.ATN lo ami Ami. It j The toqd chete rfjte Aero- Educator! will    a an Aug. 16 Lands PssktsUsM. New often for the uprooting year sit ejected to be iimmimaHf al the in the works The glens Chib bm also been asked for a dotation. Whadey add he expects a contribution from the Sierra Club, tai Im* dan Ha H500 left to aile. Wlwley aid th* rinoe mere tan 75 pttftfftt of the ■»ii*fH"g fonds have been toted, work will start to hire a employee who WM work out af the Austin oflioe. Tbs study Is expected to take a year to complete. The plan will cover managing the spring-fed swimming pool, how to manage npntfo yogin sri on. how to meet Plan. Efforts are still underway to raise the $20,000 match to qualify for the gram The New Braunfels City Council, New Braunfels Utilities and the Ouadalupe-Blanco River Authority have each kicked in $5,000^ and the Natore Conservancy has donated $500. That Issues $4,500 left to ate. Pate and Recreation Bisector David Whitey aid he will appear before the Lower Colorado River Authority board next week to ask for fends. They own property    to    Trt1*** Park, so wa ase hoping they will have an interest in the plan," he said. gered Species Act violation, and could improve the city’s maintenance routines at the pool. Cnwifi tetimp tty dtp hawk jwhrel in Texas. The springs flow into th! man-made Lands Lake and horn test into the two channels of the Comal River. The Comal ecosywem is one of only two locations for the endangered Ram* tain darter. There are also several aqutoc invertebrates ands salamander that are candidates for listing rn endangered or, threatened, and poatibty other unique toedee not yet described. Plans are proceeding to Mas biologyto drew up a plan titre would protect the endangered species in Comal Sprit* and Late Ida while alow-jig    recreational    urn of the Tho city Parka and Recreation Depute*, working with the (felled States flab §*^4 WikSife Service, hee been awarded a $20,000 matching grant tem the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to develop the rvtmfi springe Ecosywem Manage- $40,000 worth of professional work for § $5,000 contribution. activities could be construed as harassing the endangered fountain darters that live in the lake and spring-fed pool. The management plan will protect * city ftom    feafem TNs newspaper is printed on recycled ;