New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 16, 1997, Page 10

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung April 16, 1997

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 16, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 1 GA □ Herald-Zeitung Q Wednesday, April 16,1997 City Council The following action was taken at the City Council meeting Monday: ■ Approved minutes ■ Heard update report on design progress of the new police station on FM725 ■ Heard report on river safety commission’s recommendations, including a proposed threshold of 1,000 cubic feet of water flow and an interlocal agreement with Water Oriented Recreational District and Comal County ■ Held a public hearing for and approved a request for a special use permit on lots on the IOO block of Common Street to allow a funeral home in a R-2 single and two family district ■ Held a public hearing for and approved a request to rezone 1.101 acres out of a tract of land on the 1700 block of Highway 46 East from Cl local business district to a C-1B general business district ■ Held a public hearing and approved a request to rezone 1267 River Acres Drive from R-l single family district to C-l A neighborhood business district ■ Approved consent agenda ■ Approved the first reading of an ordinance for electric service to include an interruptible rate for customers that meets the qualifications and choose to operate under the requirements ■ Approved the Landa Golf Course Advisory Board’s proposed fee increases that would net an estimated $145,000 in revenue in next year’s proposed budget ■ Approved conveyance of a portion of Garza Street to McKenna Hospital ■ Approved allocation of funds from hotel/motel tax revenue to the Heritage Society of New Braunfels, Inc.; New Braunfels Conservation Society, Inc.; New Braunfels Historic Museums Association, Inc.; New Braunfels Historic Railroad & Modelers Society, Inc.; and the Sophienburg Museum and Archives ■ Approved a resolution to maintain releases from the Canyon Reservoir by the Corp of Engineers ■ Approved a resolution approving presiding judges and alternate judges for the regular city election to be held on May 3 ■ Approved assistance to Great American Products by the Economic Development Corporation ■ Approved a resolution declaring an official intent to reimburse costs when the city issues public debt for construction of the new library and police station ■ Approved a resolution to update policies for the operation of the Landa Park Municipal Golf Course ■ Approved a resolution expressing support of the city manager to work with New Braunfels Utilities to formulate a survey and analyze and implement any survey results relating to the transfer of funds from NBU to the city ■ Approved a detour route around South Seguin Avenue when an overpass is built in two years by the Texas Department of Transportation ■ Approved the city’s ad hoc deer management committee report ■ Approved route for the annual “March for Jesus” to be held on May 17 ■ Awarded bid to Four Alarm Fire Equipment for purchase of $21,750 of fire protection clothing Homemaking, art fair proves huge success By ROGER D. HAVLAK Special to the Herald-Zeitung The 1997 Homemaking and Art Fair was held during the Comal County Youth Show and was a huge success. The youth who participated used tremendous creativity and excelled in their talent. A huge thank you goes out to all the volunteers who helped put this together and to the buyers who support these youth. The results of the events are as follows: Cake: grand, Sarah Meckel; reserve, Corbee Wunderlich Decorated Foods: grand, Amanda Dietert; reserve, Rebecca Taylor Cookies: grand, Erie Rust; reserve, Traci Page Bars: grand, Erie Rust; reserve, Christine Kivlin Pie: grand, Beth Schuetz; reserve, Wesley Blackman Candy: grand, Melanie Davidson; reserve, Tamsen Smith Yeast Breads: grand, Erie Rust; reserve, Larry Czelusta II Sweet Yeast: grand, Summer Steinbach; reserve, Jessica Hildebrand Sweet Quick Breads: grand, Jennifer McMichael; reserve, Matthew Breen Non-Sweet Quick Breads: grand, Tara Edwards; reserve, Traci Page Food Preservation: grand, Amber Duncan; reserve, Kristin Mitchell Nutritious Snacks: grand, Amber Duncan; reserve, Beth Schuetz Horticulture: grand, Danielle Mitchell; reserve, Stephanie Blackman Clothing: grand, Bethany Taylor, reserve, Amanda Dietert Crafts: grand, Bethany Taylor; reserve, Kathryn Taylor Needlework: grand, Kirsten Taylor, reserve, Brandi Millsap Photography: grand, Joslyn Nollkamper; reserve, Summer Steinbach (Roger D. Havlak is an agent with the Comal County Agricultural Extension) Youths perform well In rabbit events at County Youth Show By ROGER D. HAVLAK Special to the Herald-Zeitung The 1997 Rabbit Show at the Comal County Youth Show was a big success with youth exhibiting high quality rabbits. Congratulations to all who participated at this event and a special thanks to the volunteers and buyers for their efforts. Results of the event are as follows: Best in Show, Amber Shed; Reserve Best in Show, Stephanie Blackman; Best of Breed Californians, Amber Shed; Best of Opposite Sex Breed Californian, Morgan Wooldridge; Best of Breed New Zealand, Jessica Hildebrand; Best Opposite Sex of Breed New Zealand, Drew Garrison; Best of Breed Satin, Amber Shed; Best of Breed Holland Lop, Amy Stauffer; Best of Opposite Sex of Breed Holland Lop, Ginny Main; Best of Breed Mini Rex, Stephanie Blackman; Best of Breed Dutch, Debra Girton; Best of Opposite Sex Breed Dutch, Debra Girton; Best of Breed Rex, Victoria Stauffer; Best of Breed Silver Martin, Kyle Koepp; Senior Showmanship, Victoria Stauffer, Junior Showmanship, Amy Stauffer; Pre-junior Showmanship, Trista Main. (Roger D. Havlak is an agent with the Comal County Agricultural Extension.) For AK Your Body Shop Needs BECKER MOTOR CO 547 S. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: April 16, 1997

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