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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 9, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas SPORTS A SETUP Area high school ball setters break teams as they put the bM over the Proposition 19 would eliminate creation of rural fireprotection 3A Servind New1 Bfaiinfefs and Comal County sinfce 1862 256 MHUMMM AptliMCP 12 2 sections CL1C Partly cloudy High Low 93 74 1 Details IB Guns up City OKs igon fewer acres By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer New Braunfels Gity Council Monday night cut in half the minimum acreage where shotgun hunting would be a concern raised in the citys ongoing annexation Hunting with a shotgun would be allowed within 100 yards of residential property according to amendments to the proposed Mayor Adam District 6 Council man Ken Valentine and District 1 Coun cilwoman Sonia MufiozGill had reser vations regarding Council unanimously approved the first reading of the The final version could be on the books by the time the 2003 annexation process is complete in about a Council members said the original 50 acre Council directed staff to find out how much hunting a 25acre rule would allow in the city Cork said he didnt know how many But I can tell there are probably quite a Cork Valentine and MuflozGill said they were uncertain they would support future versions of the ordinance under its current The ordinance is the result of public out cry against in which residents in areas about to annexed protested restric tions of city regulations on their District 2 Councilman Larry Alexan der was unable to gain support for a motion that would have allowed rifle hunting on 100acre tracts of land and 100 yards away from a FRONT and CENTER sin Rrmfai Braunfels DAVID M ianZTu Chckl 8tlent items up for prepares for the 2003 Business Trade Show at the New Center The twoday show will feature 66 local businesses and is expected to draw hundreds of Granzin gets ready to bow out in her trade show finale ATAOUINCI New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Business Trade Show 10 to 6 Wednesday New Braunfels Civic 380 Seguin avail able until 5 today at the Chamber of Commerce or at the Parking in the civic center parking lot and on nearby streets By Dylan Jimdnez Staff Writer After sixyears of service to the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Business Trade Susan Granzin plans to step down from her position as chairwoman of the But before she bids she will orchestrate one more trade which begins Wednesday at the New Braun fels Civic The event attracted 66 and officials expect several hundred people during the twoday Granziris leadership will be chamber officials She could not have been more valu able to said Rita chair of the chamber Small Business Granzin is a product of the chambers Leadership New Braunfels which promotes involvement of active community After graduating from the program in Granzin it was natural to get Granzin participated in the various committees that put the show She started out decorating the civic cen ter with wooden music notes for a jazzthemed Whenever I could I just said who was cochair for two and then chaired the event for the past two Early planning Each planning for the show begins when the chambers Trade Show steering committee brainstorms on the This years steering com prising more than 60 started meeting but Kaufrnann and Granzin started meeting in Then the steering committee chose a theme and split into five committees to handle different parts of the The committees met throughout the summer setting up for the September Committee chairs all have to meet Granzin has to attend all committee As youve got to be Kaufrnann And she has Granzin has a budget to work in addition to as many as 100 donors of money and She also oversees each each of which has its own This the committee hopes to raise for the chambers Small Business We always come in Granzin The businesses want to be involved Busy schedules Granzin spends two to three hours a day on the trade which add up See Page 3A New Navarro prep for homecoming By Dylan Jimftnaz Staff Writer High school homecoming week brings communities together around but its not all about the The week of events that build up to the big game foster community in schools big and as it will be at Navarro and New Braunfels high schools this The Navarro High School pep rally is a dlstrictwide with graces four through 12 Its a big the football players in on a fire said Mary Navarro liigh School We always have realty good turnout fpr every Springs to a communl tylikeNavarro where theres a small town and lots of neigh the school has the tendency to be the center of everything that goes on in the The New Braunfelt School Unicorns pep rally takes place toe night before the homecoming after the freshman football This NBHS sponaprs a canned food drive for the SOS The class See 3A Naverro and New BraunfeJB Tracking the news PLANE CRASH IA8T m KNEW A four seat airplane crashed after takeoff at the New Braun fels Municipal Airport LATEST David of remained in critical condition Keith of Hous was in serious condi tion died at the NEXT officials will remove the police The accident investigation could take A I It Ml A I MY Health Alert The Texas Commission on Environ mental Quality and the Alamo Area Council of Governments have declared today an Air Quality Health Alert Reduce unnecessary vehicle II Carpool if possible or combine all into one Avoid use of drive through lanes or 9 Dont refuel during Avoid use of gaspowered yard P Avoid exterior CLICK ONTWMIWi Pollution are potted online at
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