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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 7, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas July 2001 HBRALDZE1TUNG Page 3A 1A We cut out winter Only people who live in New Braun fels get the GOLF CARTS The fees for golf carts also change under Watsons Private cart fees are a day Landa Park charges a day for cart Two people are allowed to ride in privately owned carts for a cost of cart owners pay We removed the annual trail Watson Thats another big The private carts pay but 99 percent of them are senior so whenever some one rides with they arent charged additional It pro vides us with more revenue to care for the course and the greens Advisory board member Char lotte Larson was surprised at Wat sons sweeping She said people would not play on the course at the rates he Theyll go somewhere or theyll just stop she NEW FUND The plan creates an enterprise fund for golf course The fund will pay all golf course expens and no money will go into the general expendi tures are paid from the general Watsons plan reportedly would make Landa Golf Course selfsuffi Creating the enterprise fund keeps golf course revenues solely for the he We can save for a bad year or make Watson Golfers wont pay for anything but and taxpayers will pay for streets and not But the enterprise fund creates questions for city staff Both City Manager Mike Shands and Chief Financial Officer Chet Lewis said they believed some of the money from the course should go back to the general With the all the expendi tures that normally come from the general fund will go into the enter prise Lewis He can measure it If a problem comes hell have to ask the gen eral fund to add money or cut Shands said the council would address the enterprise fund issue ADVISORY BOARD the new plan restructures the Golf Course Advisory the Mens Womens Association and Landa Legends each have one represen tative on the sevenmember Under the new all seven members would be appointed by city The associations are not included in the new member ship Watson said he believed the mem bers did not always express the best interest of the golf The representatives from the dif ferent associations did not always have whats best for the golf course in he And thats where most of the conflict came in the People were fighting for cheap not necessarily whats best for the Larson said she had no idea Wat son intended to change any of tho much less the advisory She represents the Womens Asso ciation and would be one of the members who no longer would have a board seat under Watsons Why have an advisory board then she Just do away with it if the council is going to appoint every They wont be golfers they wont be interested in Just let the council operate the whole She questioned Watsons changes to the committees I cant imagine what he was she The councils cut the budget They dont understand what it costs to run a golf Maybe they dont want a course maybe thats 1A The site includes informa tion about onsite sewage facilities and subdivision information including a downloadable plat Coming soon are a down loadable version of the coun tys subdivision regulations and weather information with an uptothe minute forecast as well as stream level and weather sta tistics from weather stations around the Eric who works for Pornseth as a product designed the Web He is also Hornseths liai son with the computer ser vices Gibson said he built the site using offtheshelf soft Obituaries Hes worked on the site for three and probably has much more work ahead as he adds features and news from Hornseths Its not a static Web Its constantly being updat ed and constantly Gibson Hornseth said even though the site was not he decided to get it online because it already carried valuable More information is on the he I keep telling Eric were about maybe 30 per cent Hornseth We have a lot we can add to Well continue to improve it as time goes WYATT Lavon Wyatt passed away on July in New at the age of 57 She is sur vived by one Curtis Miles and of Texas three daugh ters Debra Espinosa and of New Sandra Lepek and of New Braunfels and Brenda Mar tinez and of New Braunfels seven grandchildren Pais Alec and John brother Hoffman and Jea of Texas and two sisters Kathy Odom and of Seguin and Ormajean Yearly of and her best Carolyn Miles of Visitation will begin at 5 Saturday at Zoeller Funeral Home and will con tinue until service time Sun Services will be at 2 Sunday at Zoeller Funeral Services will conclude at the funeral The family has requested that memorial contributions be given to the American Heart Zoeller Funeral Home CAVANAGH Robert Cavanagh passed away on July in New Texas at the age of 77 Services will be at 11 July at First Baptist Church in New Interment will be later in the week at Sam Houston National Cemetery with full military Zoeller Funeral Home Subscribe today Call 6259144 NEW BKAUNFBLS HERALDZEITUNG Published on Sunday morn ings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Saturday by the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung USPS 377880 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas 78131 Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung in New Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three six one Senior Cit izen Discounts by carrier deliv ery only six one Mail delivery out side Comal County in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Satur day and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 625 Postmaster Send address changes to the New Braunfels Drawer New Todays Smile Dental Office Announces Open House Suzan Furney and Staff like to invite all of and everyonynipsiid to Come and enjoy a Smile Cookie Commpn 6256565 1A the commission voted unanimously to tear it down at the citys The commissions job is to take care of abandoned build ings or dangerous property inside the city The fivemember panel meets once a month to discuss prop erty that may pose a health or fire safety Instead of taking owners to the commission acts ordering property owners to take care of the problems or the city will act to tear them Owners last paid taxes in according to the appraisal And no one responded to city notices to appear before the Building Standards The city sent out notices this week that the home will be taken down by the street The city hopes to recover the cost of demoli tion through a lien on the property although out standing taxes and penalties already cost more than the property is No timetable has been set for the City Attor ney Charlie Zech HENREDON HICKORY CHAIR RALPH LAUREN LU z TheHOMECof FURNITURE DIRECT 12 MONTHS for ULJ Last Weekend To Save CQ 0 LU 0 00 4th of July Savings 0 z CO 9 CO m Tl Q Z Z 0 5 z X LU Q 0 Z Z O Q LU Z LU X Fine Rug Eveftt Save 4060 on million dollars worth of Fine Rugs from around the world Triiikloafl of Leather Save 50 and more on a truckload of leather We have made a very special purchase on quality Viewpoint Sofas start at only 50 Off Bed Sale Save 50 on every instock bed product with 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