New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 8, 1996, Page 3

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December 08, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 8, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung g Sunday, December 6, 1996 □ 3A Construction delays set back opening of library addition Comal County Commissioners Court By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer Unexpected delays in construction have pushed the opening of the new 2,000-foot addition to the Tye Preston Memorial Library at least two more weeks. Jim Campise, president of the library board, said the board had hoped to finish up the addition this month but circumstances have caused the delay. “Early February is what we are hoping for,” Campise said. Campise said workers are scheduled to knock down the wall between the library and the addition on Friday and Saturday. The library will be closed on those days. The library will then reopen until Jan. I. “We will close it for the entire month of January to move books, new shelves and get the carpet installed,” Campise said. Despite the delay, Campise said the project is still on budget. The addition was funded through revenue from the Tye Preston Memorial Brick Parade project, which raised $100,000 by selling bricks or granite blocks to individuals or businesses. The bricks and granite blocks to be placed in the main pathway leading to the library will bear the names of the donors. ' The new addition will be used as a meeting room, study room and expanded children’s area. When it is completed, the children’s reading area will double its size. Council to consider cuts in electric rates By ABE LEVY Staff Writer The New Braunfels City Council is scheduled Monday night to consider reducing electric rates for all New Braunfels Utilities customers. The NBU Board of Trustees approved the plan on Nov. 26 at its regular meeting in light of lower power prices offered by the utility’s wholesale supplier. The proposed decrease must be approved by three readings of City Council and would mean a reduction of $2.21 on an average monthly bill of 1,000 kilowatts. . The decrease would be proportional to larger commercial and industrial customers, officials said. If council approves the measure in three successive readings, the earliest the proposed rates would take effect, is Jan. 27 for the February billing cycle. The Lower Colorado River Authority sells the power to NBU, which expects to save up to $1.8 The proposed decrease, which must bo approved by the City Council in three readings, would moan a reduction of $2.21 on the average monthly electric bill._ million from the new set of prices in 1997. The council’s Monday night agenda also includes: ■ A presentation from representatives of Glowfest ’96. ■ A public hearing and action item on designating the Jacob Schmidt building, 193 W. San Antonio St. as a historic landmark. ■ Consideration of appointments of three members to the Main Street Advisory Board. ■ Consideration of appointments of three members to the Community Development Advisory Committee. ■ Consideration of appointments of seven members to the Transportation and Traffic Advisory Board ■ Consideration of bids for the purchase of a 1997 Type III Ambulance remount. Staff members are recommending approval of the lowest bid, which is $54,417 with a $3,000 credit for a trade-in. The total price would be $51,417. The following actions were taken by the Comal County Commissioners Court at the Dec. 5, 1996 meeting: ■ Approved claims. ■ Vacate and replat of Lots 203, 204, 225 and 226, Tamarack Shores, Section II, into Lots 203R and 225R. ■ Received a report from the county engineer. ■ Received shirts promoting Glowfest ’96. ■ Discussed the consolidation of the county and district attorneys’ offices. The county judge advised Dib Waldrip, district attorney-elect, to talk with members of the court and place it on the agenda for action when he felt ready. ■ Received reports from elected officials. Commissioner Danny Scheel told the court that Jerry Marshall, executive director for Bexar Metro 911, is leaving his position, and the county will recognize him next week. Commissioner Moe Schwab reported that the rural recycling building should be complete by Dec. 15. ■ Approved the September 1996 term minutes. ■ Held a public hearing and approved proposed street name assignments of Ninneman Lane and Spangenberg Road for private roads in the Comal County area. ■ Opened bids for various services related to the county animal control program, heating and air conditioning maintenance contract and radio maintenance for mobiles and portables. ■ Removed from the table of Nov. 27, 1996, and approved a resolution and addressing standards guidelines/ordinance for Comal County as presented by Bexar Metro 911, and authorized the county judge to sign. ■ Approved a line item transfer for Commissioners’ Court from Contingency account to Stationery and Office Supplies account to augment line item for the remainder of 1996. ■ Approve line-item transfer for Auditor’s office from assistant auditor and related fringes account to capital outlay account to augment line item for acquisition of indigent health software and hardware. 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