New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 7, 1997, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 07, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 7, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 2A □ Herald-Zettung g Thursday, August 7,1997BulverdeFrom Page 1 Road. “They will be taken in by San Antonio’s ETJ by 1998,” Scheel said. “With San Antonio’s next ETJ jump, Bulverde will be in it. It is just a matter of time.” Scheel said including Bulverde would swell San Antonio’s tax revenue coffers. “With the way the area is growing, they want an area where building is going on,” he said. “They want to expand their tax base.” Resident Marlene Keller was involved in an effort a couple of years ago to incorporate the Oak Village North subdivision. “I think it needs to be studied,” Keller said. “I think people need to be educated on the pros and cons of it. If you get into an incorporation situation,^ you need to know the cost of it. It is not free.” Keller was on the fact-finding committee in 1991 which gatheredDrought From Page 1 three consecutive billing cycles if a ratepayer repeats a violation four times. Committee members are calling the plan the first policy to address water conservation for future years. Besides water conservation, it is designed to keep NBU from violating the EAA’s drought management plan. The EAA puts limits on municipal utilities to preserve the aquifer water level. Committee members said the I proposed plan should be reviewed • on an ongoing basis. I Major components of the plan I include:I think people ara seeing the writing on the wall.'— Danny Scheel, county commissioner information on the Oak Village North incorporation issue. Voters in that subdivision located on Farm-to-Market Road 1863 turned down incorporation. Keller said incorporation would give the Bulverde area controls it never had before. Scheel said if San Antonio extended its ETJ Bulverde residents would have no choice but to follow the city’s regulations. “Once they are taken into their ETJ they would still have to follow the regulations and building codes (of San Antonio),” Scheel said. “If they want to add on to their house they are going to have to go to San Antonio.” Oak Village North resident Bill ■ Limiting lawn watering by households on a gradual scale according to odd and even address numbering. In Stage IV, only one day per week is allowed JI Establishing triggering levels according to San Antonio’s J-17 well level and spring flow. The J-17 well it used by San Antonio water officials to determine the level of the Edwards Aquifer. It was important for the committee to use the J-17 well and the spring flow, which is what local water officials use for determining water levels. ■ Crediting golf courses and sports playing fields that use non* Edwards water for maintenance. Wilson said incorporation would give Bulverde residents a chance to control the future of their area. “We have no control over zoning and over concrete batch plants. We don’t have control over what happens,” Wilson said. “Once we are inside San Antonio’s ETJ we can’t incorporate without their permission. You imagine that will not happen.” Wilson said incorporation would give people a chance to negotiate service options from City Public Service, Pedernales Electric Cooperative, cable companies and long distance phone companies. He said any city government Bulverde tried to set up would need to have a viable tax base. County Judge Carter Casteel said Commissioners Court and the county could help Bulverde residents incorporate. “I know for example the sheriff could still patrol the roads during a transition period,” Casteel said. “We can provide law enforcement until they get going.” She said that would subject to approval of Commissioners Court. Casteel said she can understand the sentiments of those who may not want a city government in Bulverde. She said some people move to the country in order not to pay city taxes and be free of restrictive city ordinances. “I understand that philosophy,” Casteel said. Keller said incorporation failed the last time because many people were afraid of new regulations and paying new taxes. “People didn’t fully understand,” Keller said. “I just don’t think they saw San Antonio extending its ETJ soon within the next IO years. They said, ‘Why worry about it?”’ “I think people are seeing the writing on the wall,” Scheel said. Get all die information you need to vote on the LWV web page Before heading to the polls Saturday voters can get even more information to use when marking that ballot, and they can access it while sitting at their computer. The League of Woman voters has a web page on the Internet that contains information on both the statewide election to increase homestead exemptions and the election to fill four seats on the New Braunfels Independent School District board of trustees. Voters can access the page at: calwv. The Dittlinger Memorial Library, 373 Magazine Ave, has Internet access available. Call 608-2150 for information. Police Beat a ■ Comal County Sheriffs deputies responded to a report of theft at 1:56 p.m. Friday in the 5000 block of Creekwood Pass in Spring Branch. Reported stolen were a swimming pool pump, hot tub pump, bronze wind chimes, blue and white pool sweeper, pool vacuum skimmer, net and scrubber, worth a total of $2,950. ■ Comal County Sheriff s deputies responded to a report of a misdemeanor theft in the 1600 block of River Road at 4:17 p.m. Friday Reported stolen was a Hummel statue worth $350. ■ Comal County Sheriff s deputies responded to a report of a burglary of a building in 2800 block of Oak Valley Drive at 6.09 p m. Friday. Reported stolen were a black 13-inch color television, a brown 9-inch television and car stereo speakers, valued at an estimated $400. ■ Comal County Sheriff s deputies responded to a report of an assault in the I IOO block of Lake Breeze in Canyon Lake at 1:45 p.m. Friday. An individual said he was doing repair work on his brother’s house when his brother and another individual punched him in the forehead and kicked him. The alleged victim did refused medical attention, the police report said. ■ Comal County Sheriffs deputies responded to a report of a burglary of a building in the Randolph Recreation RV Camp at Canyon Lake at 8:24 a m. Saturday. Reported stolen was an air conditioner worth $250. ■ Comal County Sheriff s deputies responded to a report of theft in the 9900 block of Spring Branch Road at 11:39 a m. Saturday. Reported stolen were a 13-inch color television, a video cassette recorder, currency, an antique clear glass bottle, golf clubs and bag, golf driver, 21-inch television, an Emerson video cassette recorder, a 5-inch television, rods and reels and tackle boxes. $2,055 in total value was stolen. ■ Comal County Sheriffs deputies responded to a report of misdemeanor theft in the 1400 block of Nightingale in Spring Branch Saturday. Reported stolen was a motorcycle helmet worth $56. ■ Comal County Sheriffs deputies responded to a report of a disturbance at Farm-to-Market Road 306 and Shelly Drive at 10:07 p.m. Sunday. A common-law husband and wife allegedly got into an argument. The woman said she was struck in the face by her husband, the police report said. The husband said he struck her after the woman kicked him. No arrests were made. ■ Comal County Sheriffs deputies responded to a report of family violence in the 2200 block of Bulverde Road at 9:50 p.m. Sunday. Police said a family — a mother, a father and son — argued. The 36-year-old son was arrested lor a Class C assault. ■ Comal County Sheriffs deputies responded to a report of family violence in the 800 block of Fawn Creek in the Deer River subdivision at^l:06 ajn. Sunday*. The 42-year-old wife ta18 her 41-year-oltf biriba ad fiftuah <Ser<onjop of her head, the police repiort said She refused medical treatment. No arrests were made. ■ Comal County Sheriffs deputies responded to a report of reckless driving at the intersection of FM 306 and FM 2673 at 12:34 a m. Sunday. Deputies stopped a car and found marijuana in the possession of a 20-year-old Canyon Lake man. The man was arrested for possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces. He an assault in the 2100 block of Interstate 35 North at 1:08 a.m. Monday. The alleged victim said that another person had struck him with a bat, police said. Police noticed that a car at the scene was scratched by a key. No arrests were made. Happy Birthday Cathy l£ rn Love, Mother & Dad FE Obituaries Jackie Kane WBHams Jackie Kane Williams, former resident of New Braunfels, passed away July 16, 1997, at the age of 54 in Billings, Mont. Burial was in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Cemetery. Jackie was bom in New Braunfels on June 8, 1943, to Bernadyne (Schuetz) Williams and Wavel K. Williams, both now deceased. He was the grandson of the late Jack and Ella Schumann. Jackie is fondly remembered by cousins Elsie Bowers of New Braunfels, Jan (Koch) Friedeck of San Antonio, and Christine (Koch) Stroud of Miami, FL; and by longtime friend Jerry (Fischer) Winstead of Sacramento, Calif. Harry R. Pabst Harry R. Pabst, age 86, of New Braunfels, died Tuesday, Aug. 5, 1997, at his residence. He was bom Nov. 13, 1910, in San Antonio to George Pabst and Florence Mills Pabst. He married Edna Wolf on April 20, 1938 in San Antonio. He was in the printing and engraving business before he retired He was a member of the New Braunfels Noon Lions Club and the First United Methodist Church in New Braunfels. He was a past president of the Highland Park Lions Club and the Volunteer Council of the San Antonio Chest Hospital. He is survived by wife, Edna W. Pabst; daughters, Frances and Chuck Weed of New Braunfels and Judy and Gilbert Marmolejo of San Antonio; four grandchildren; Lauren Brandt, Kevin Weed, Leanne Drake, Jamie Dallier, six great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 11 am Friday at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Fred Martin officiating. Memorials may be made to the Lion’s Club Crippled Children’s Camp or to the Salvation Army. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday at the following locations: Special Election, Comal County Precincts 1,2,3,9,23 —N.B. Presbyterian Church Hall (N.B.I.S.D. School Board Election across the street at Seele School) Precincts 4,18,19 — Canyon City Fire Station Precinct 5 — Startz Cafe Precincts 6,21 —Emergency Services Bldg. Precincts 7,12, 14,15, 17,26,28,29, 30—Peace Lutheran Church Hall (N.B.I.S.D. School Board Election two blocks down at Memorial Elementary School) Precincts 8, 13,25,27 — Lone Star School (N.B.I.S.D. School Board Election at same location) Precinct IO — Bulverde Elementary School Precinct 11—Garden Ridge Municipal Complex Precincts 16,20,22,24 — Frazier Elementary Schtx>l NBISD Board of Trustees #1 Lone Star Elementary, 2343 W. San Antonio,. #2 Memorial Elementary, 1900 S. Walnut #3 Seele Elementary, 540 Howard St. #4 Lamar Elementary, 240 N. Central, #5 New Braunfels High School, 2551 Loop 337 N. 7 'er~- FUNERAL HOMERecently Moved? Getting Harried? New Baby? diva ut a calli ■ CHEESEBURGER & ttix. 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