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One resolution approved by the committee recommends a one-time development fee for future developments: • Each non-residential lot with less than 65 percent impervious cover, $2,600 per acre; • Each non-residential lot with greater than 65 percent impervious cover, $3,000 per acre; • Each residential lot, $ 1,200 per acre; and • Each multi-family residential lot, $ 1,600 pre acre. The committee also approved a resolution setting utility fees for each existing developed commercial acre at $ 10 per month and each developed residential lot at $5 per month. Developers also could pay an “in lieu of fee” to the city for “non-engineerable property.” Michael Meek, president of the Greater New Braunfels chamber of Commerce, Inc., said he had initial concerns about using the amount different cycles NBU uses to send out its quarterly newsletter. “I think it would be an enormous task for the staff to do every month,” he said. NBU spokeswoman Gretchen Reuwer said the board has a policy that limits the kind of information sent out with utility bills. 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MT -Mortgage, SB Growth, XV -Multi-Cap Val Total Return: Chng in NAV with dividends reinvested Rank How fund performed vs others with same objective: A ie in top 20%, E in bottom 20% Min Init Invt Minimum $ needed to invest in fund NA = Not avail NE - Data in question. NS > Fund not in existence Source: Lipper, Inc (Rook Footnote*: g * Div or atom In Cdn $; Mock in U S, $,n stock dtv of 20 pct Of mom In past 62 weeks sc * PE over 99, dd v| - In bankruptcy or receivership v • Tmutiny hailed on primary market Wt - Warrant*. WW * With warrants Mutual fund Footnote*. *« Ex cash dividend NL * on coats, r * Redemption fee or oontfngetttd and Loear* moat Pe worth at least $2 to be Volume in hundreds of pf * Preferred s « Spa or * In last 12 months, rf * Rights, u • Unto. wd » When distributed wt■ When p m Fund assets used to pay »must be worth et tesst *1 i Associated Press. Seles figural are unofficial council with anything. Until we can have a good plan developed, it’s a little premature,” he said. Hal Herbelin, chairman of the committee, said Bolner, himself and a representative with Freese-Nichols, the city’s engineering consultant, were meeting several local builders who had some concerns about the wording of the ordinances. He said the committee would not present the ordinances to council until any necessary changes were made. City manager Mike Shands said he expected the committee to present a recommendation to council in the next three to five weeks. “They are still working on the details of the ordinance itself and discussing its applicability to properties and drainage conditions,” Shands said. “Drainage is one of the most difficult issues for a committee, city staff or council to address because there are so many concerns, not just going through the engineering logis tics issues, but also defining the watersheds and defining the established rules.” Although council did not set up a specific timeline for the committee to come up with the drainage ordinances, Shands said he believed council was ready to hear the committee’s report. One ordinance establishes the city’s right to administer fees to fund drainage projects, flood protection and erosion control improvements. The other ordinance creates the rules and regulations that homeowners, builders or developers must abide by to protect watersheds within the city’s jurisdiction. The specific standards are not included in this ordinance but would be outlined in a separate manual. At a May 25 meeting, the committee approved recommending a fee structure as part of the ordinances. The proposed fees include water management fees for future development and utility fees for existing NEWSLETTER/From 1A of impervious cover as a base for the fee structure because it could be unfair to local businesses. “Most people think businesses have more impervious cover, but the vast majority of businesses in New Braunfels are small and have less impervious cover than a lot of homes in New Braunfels,” he said. “Rain knows no difference between business or residences,” he said. “If we solve the drainage with any kind of fee structure, we need o make sure it’s not erroneous to businesses.” Meek said he believed the fee structure was fair and could be effective if the city used the revenue properly. “The fee structure is as fair and as easy as the committee could come up with and it’s not to difficult to administer,” he said. Bolner said the committee was still trying to establish exactly how revenue from the fees would be spent to address drainage problems in the city. ter to be stuffed with the NBU bills. Castillo said the NBU board of trustees has not yet discussed the proposal. Shands said using the newsletter could be a cheaper alternative to advertising things such as job openings. “It would be a fraction of the cost for us to take an advertisement out in the paper,” he said. APRIL MAY JUNE 12,000 11,000 10,000 9.000 8.000 7,000 10,376.12 2,612.76 323.09 641.54 932.91 3,936.84 1,452.18 492.78 515.01 13,605.05 -121.62 -36.65 -2.49 -7.44 -5.31 -127.17 -26.95 -11,09 -12.60 -257.16 -1.16 -1.38 -.76 -1.15 -.57 -3.13 -1.82 -2.20 -2.39 -1.86 -9.75 -12.24 +14.02 -1.35 +6.38 -3.26 -1.16 +10.82 +2.03 -1.50 -1.51 -21.45 -.51 +2.82 +21.29 +54.14 +10.37 +21.97 +16.21 +12.69 ster, Texas, and even New Braunfels Utilities. Shands also said the city of New Braunfels has produced informational publications before, including the bond mailer sent out earlier this year. Shands said he believed it was appropriate for city staff to produce the newsletter because it would only contain general information. “It would have informational items such as openings on boards, or major construction projects or it could address issues for new residents,” he said. He also said the newsletter could provide submitted information from various departments, including the city library, police or fire departments, or detailed information on existing or proposed ordinances. Shands said the newsletter could contain a question-and-answer section that would allow residents to send in their questions to be answered by city staff in the next newsletter. Kendrick said the citywide newsletter would be an “unbiased and unedited” source of information for the public. “It is not a political agenda,” he said. But, District 6 councilwoman Juliet Watson said she would like to read anything the city produced before it was sent out to the public. “I would want to be aware of everything that we were saying,” she said. Watson said she could see both sides of the issue. “I can see how some look at it as propaganda for the city to produce it, but I also see that really the intent was to inform the public,” she said. Council postponed a decision on the newsletter at the last council meeting until city staff presented more information on production costs. Kendrick said a newsletter would cost the city about $200 per month, including postage, and could be mailed with New Braunfels Utilities bills each month. According to figures produced by city staff, the cost of printing the newsletter on white paper each month would be $768.71 and the cost of printing on colored paper would be $878.41. If the newsletters were stuffed in NBU bills, the stuffing cost would be about one cent per mailing — or about $220 a month. There also could be an additional postage cost in months when NBU encloses its own quarterly newsletter in bills. The total cost of printing and stuffing a white paper newsletter for 22,000 residents would be $988.71 a month, or $11,864.52 a year. The cost for printing and stuffing a colored paper newsletter would be $1,098.41 a month or $13,180.92 a year. Mayor Stoney Williams said he was strongly opposed to the idea of using city funds to produce a newsletter. “I’m still against it,” he said. “I think it’s not a good use of tax dollars or of city staff’s time.” Guadalupe Castillo, president of the New Braunfels Utilities board of trustees, called the newsletter “overkill.” * “The information is already being disseminated through the NBU newsletter, the newspaper and the radio station,” he said. “I think that the people who want to be informed, stay informed and know the venues to do that,” he said. Castillo said it could be difficult for NBU staff to coordinate a monthly newsletter with the four 3,531.06 334.14 666.90 1,043.46 5,132.52 1,553.11 506.90 614.16 14,734.25 2,260.78 268.59 572.38 762.68 2,442.22 1,233.70 366.05 406.33 11,446.60 Industrials Dow Transportation Dow Utilities NYSE Composite Amex Market Value Nasdaq Composite S&P 500 S&P MidCap Russell 2000 Wilshire 5000 June 22, 2000 m CLOSE 'W 10,376.97 NET CHANGE -121.62 % CHANGE -1.16 HIGH 10,495.97 LOW 10,335.46 RECORD HIGH Jan. 14, 2000 11,722.98    MARCH ;

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