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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 8, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Bulverde picks two new council members By Ron Maloney Staff Writer BULVERDE For Cindy the fourth time was the charm a former Bulverde planning commissioner who has run for the offices of may or and was the top vote getter among four candi dates for alderman in Satur days municipal election with 483 Robin who became involved in Bulverde affairs over the issues sur rounding the proposed Home tallied 467 to take the second open Former Bulverde East May or Bill Wilson received 296 while incumbent Char lie Baetz received Bulverde is a general law city under the Texas Local Government Its alder men serve at large for two year A total of votes were cast by some 700 voters who were to vote for two candi dates each with the two with the highest totals winning the Officials said 240 of the votes were cast in early The and the repudi ation of incumbent came at the conclusion of another contentious election in Comal Countys youngest which sits astride 281 at Texas 46 and is experi encing the kind of commu nity pains that come with rampant Questions over how to manage that growth have divided the Baetz said he was pleased at the and was gracious in his statement following the there were 700 peo ple who Baetz Thats a pretty good num They won and they get a shot to take care of The they he referred to were Cross and who Bulverde political observers say will bring a dif ferent viewpoint on growth and much change to coun This is a victory for the entire community its absolutely Cross Its a very sweet All things happen the way they are supposed to hap Cross said she would strive to make intelligent decisions for the be smart about growth and follow Bul verdes comprehensive plan for growth and Like Urbanovsky was The people have They were ready for a Urbanovsky I think they were tired of all the Urbanovsky said her goal was to help bring the city We have so much divisive ness out Urbanovsky We need unity because there is so much that needs to be done because of our Saturdays election came just days after the resignation for health reasons of Mayor Bill and days before the Bulverde council is to appoint a new mayor pro tem or reap point former alderman and mayor Bev Lemes to the Seguin suspect faces attemped murder charge By Ashley Matthews GazetteEnterprise man shot after allegedly hitting a pair of Seguin officers with his vehicle will be charged with attempted capital said Seguin Police Detective Maureen Seguin Public Information Officer Linda Duncan said more charges could be pending as the case is still under The identified Satur day morning as Severo Vasquez of is being inter viewed by Texas Rangers after he was released from San Anto nios Brooke Army Medical Cen NewBramfels Womens Camber of Commerce Regular Monthly Luncheon Meeting The Gristmill May 2005 12 to 1 Lunch and Meeting Member Presentation Opportunities Real Estate and Services with at the door Reservations must be made 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