New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 24, 2003

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 24, 2003

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Issue date: Sunday, August 24, 2003

Pages available: 32

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 24, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Lifestyle Local instruction makes it easy to take to the HERAT Business Web sites help local businesses go NEW BRAUNFELS Sports Local volleyball teams compete in SUNDAY August 2003 32 pages in 4 section Voh 243 Serving New Braunfcls and Coma County since 1852 and 3 Areas and 15 low density These areas are agricultural NBU will service these em as prime commer and in that areas for commer gjtperal There are to increase the 4p houses in these wnich total square lies in these which total miles of square miles of City of New BraunfeIs 2003 annexation plan o oa Map courtesy City of New Braunfels Jlv Il i Rural residents put against plans to amiex paring city laWS New Bra H m tried for have about being5 The city conduc ings on its 2003 Ann which affects about 93 across more than six miles Annexation also drew more atte at Mayor Adam Corks quarterl hall meetings jthan this yei I jAt each the story the Thirtyplus county i showed about 12 addres and then the group left same apprehensions they had j he the city released a sp sheet aiiswirjng residents quentlyasked into an eightpage report wMch is con stantly beingupdated online and is available at city At the first the spreadsheet th Anhexa Ithen culture c agris 5 Planning 233 indicated the city would prohibit burning and that aftefcpve no j more than one farm animal per acre would be allowed J sa At the town hall meeting earlier this City Attorney Ghajpf fj lie Zech negated saying the city could not regulate agricijltUr1 al including burning or replacing dead farm He I emphasised those activities would have to be According to the latent updated the jregulafe activi I ties related to destruction of property or personal public See ANNEXATIONS CISD takes final look at budget BY DYLAN JIMENEZ Staff Writer Comal Independent School Distgrict teuqpayers will have a chance to speak up about the proposed budget and tax increase at a public hearing CISD trustees will conduct a public hearing on the budget and proposed valuatioji tax Its an opportunity for them to come and express their con CISD Board of Trustees President Dora Gon iales said But there is usual ly not a lot of There will be only one pub lic hearing before trustees vote on the budget that CISD has to pass the budget by The tax rate will be adopted at the regular board meeting If anyone has comments on the budget or the tax Monday night is the time to do said Abel CISD assistant superintendent of The 200304 budget is about million more than last years which was Communications Director Kari Hutchison Robin1 the rich CISD has to pay million to the state under the Robin Hood plan The public will have a chance to vote on how CJSO will pay the A series of public meetings is planned to educate the public on the The meetings begin at on the following dates and loca tions 9 ML Valley School Cafeteria Canyon Intermediate Cafeteria Sept BUI Brown Elementary Library and Sept Comal Elementary For Information about the Chapter 41 special visit INSIDE Legislators ready to work BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer State Carter Casteels daddy gave her the best lesson about living by the just after she turned Not yet understanding the art of Casteel said Saturday she told her father she would move out if he didnt change some family rule she didnt Casteel isnt even sure what it It wasnt anything wasnt a bad she Her father responded by showing her the 1 but I didnt stay She called and again told him shed come back if he which he didnt I back in three or four Casteel RNew now wishes 11 Democrat state senators learned the same Democ rats left Austin to try to block See CASTEEL ;