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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 27, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas July HBRALDZEITUNO Page 5A 1A BOERNE 1A Its been real steady Fri day and all but we still have a lof of people who have not come Caldwell Clerks said they expected lines out the door next but taxpayers dont have to come to the Payments postmarked by July 31 are considered on Taxpayers also can bring payment by after hours to avoid Late payments paid in August accrue 7percent Those paid in Sep tember will have 9percent interest tacked and penalties increase until bills are After six delinquent taxpayers could also face attorneys Residents who have bought or sold property with in the last year and did not receive a bill should check with the tax office to make sure the bill was not sent to the wrong Caldwell We want people to contact us if there is any problem if they didnt get a bill or something like that so we can work with Cald Its better to be safe and check to see if theyre supposed o Wed rather get it settled before bills get I have nothing but good Millikin said Satur Weve mbted up a fresh batch of and were going to patch the Boerne wall by going to Plan Plan B is the Bulverde Wall Hieronymus and Blay lock by inviting landowners between Bul verdes city limits and the Kendall County line to be annexed into Bulverdes halfmile ETJ would extend westward into Kendall County at Ralph Fair Road also called FarmtoMarket Road Many properties in the Boerne Wall also are part of the new Bulverde Millikin said he would talk with Bulverde and Kendall County officials to get them to sign onto the 1A the threeday Like items placed on lay away during the event may be redeemed taxfree Sales tax will still be col lected on items used mainly for such as foot ball pads and golf cleats taxes will be waived on merchandise that can be worn every such as tennis jogging clothes and baseball The state estimates shop pers could save about for every they Local retailers are pre pared for the sales tax holi although none indicated they would offer special pro The WalMart Super Cen 1209 135 is open 24 hours a Ross Dress for 604 South Walnut is open from to Monday through Saturday and from 11 to 6 642 South Wulnut is open from 8 to 10 Monday through Saturday and 8 to 9 Several shops at the New Braunfels 651 East Business will offer authorized taxfree mer chandise during the three day It was not known if shops will set special hours or pro said Isabel a Marketplace Tanger Outlet Center and Prime Outlets in San Mar cos are readying for the sales tax with some stores scheduling special Stores at Tanger are reg ularly open from 9 to 9 Monday through Sat urday and from 10 to 6 Nancy Tanger Outlet Center general man named nine shops expected to be open from Friday to They are Old Navy Out Tommy Greg Norman Rockport Polo Jean Reebok GAP Nike Outlet and Polo Ralph Lauren Factory She said several other stores have set opening hours as early as 6 and 7 Friday and Lorie of Prime said the Nike and INVU stores will be open continuously for the 72hour The Polo Outlet will close at 9 Gallagher said several other while not remaining open the entire have set extended hours Friday and Noting a shortage of park ing space during previous sales tax when many shoppers were ticket ed for parking along Gallagher said store opera tors and their sales staff are being encouraged to park in a nearby offsite lot to free up as many as 200 parking Gallagher said parking spaces reserved for handi capped persons will be mon itored closely for Texas Native Landscape 18 years in New Braunfels Specializing in low maintenance beds and bed Rock Gardens and Shrub Trimming Grass Installation Stone Walks and Patios o c n Curtis Paris 8306208668 O i ft New talk all you mint 1000 Anytime Minute only W per month Instant In Store Rebates Add Unlimited Night Weekend Minutes for only BUSINESS 35 S HMMI I Mf AT ION COMMON l IJJVIIMI All A I HJIN b263B3i 11 K annexation ordinance in 1987 to absorb a f strip up side of Cdmp that required thrta fftftAft and would Boame prevails In district property owners fltotig Blanco and Ammann roads fioema to be voluntarily Included in rte wall was competed fust before 19861997 BOflrne and San Antonio try to negotiate away their 1997 After Boeme and San Antonio failed In years of negotia tions to work out who controlled what in western Coma and eastern Kendall Boeme filed suit Weve had a 15yonr part nership on and that partnership is going to con Millikin I anticipate no problems 19992000 Bob Hleronymus and Stan BJaylock build the Wair just in ease Boerrte loses on i 2OM San final peti to appeals 2602 San Antonio appeals to supreme which hears argu ments In June 2003 the Texas Supreme Court sided with San Antonio In a decision that could break up the Boeme ruling that Comal and Kendall counties didnt have authority to offer sections of county road to Boeme to fill gaps In the bccauHc weve worked so long to keep Sun Antonio Under the BulvcnkWall San Antonio could pufih its ETJ to Ralph Fair Road but would be unable to annex up the County Judge Scheel echoed Millikins appreciation of Hieronymus and Blaylocks foresight and j They had a concern that the Boerne Wall might fall v on one of San Antonios f many trips to the courthouse over this Scheel They took it upon them selves to prepare just in case the wall should The entire gap might not be but I think enough of it is to protect the western parts of Comal County for a good period of OMASMHAUS RESTAURANT BAKERY SUMMERTIME AT OMAS ENJOY LIFES LITTLE PLEASURES LUNCH OR DINNER EXTENSIVE MENU Including children and Seniors o WIDE VARIETY OF IMPORTED BEER 4 WINE f DELECTABLE IN HOUSE MAbE DESSERTS New CowParade Releases Have Arrived OMAS HAUS BAKERY A GIFT SHOP A family favorite for more than 25 years I Just Off 135 Exit East right on Hwy 46 in New Braunfels f Open Everyday for Lunch Dinner uommn HJUNITUM titcinoNici TOVI Toon CiniiiiHti timnomci Toon CLOTHIHO Sponsoring Family Thrift Center Annivers 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