New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 8, 2005, Page 8

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 8, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A — Herald-Zeitung — Sunday, May 8, 2005 1 I \ rn E IM d rn E N T S T 0 T H E c c H A R T E R #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16 #17 #18 #19 #20 FOR 2,896 3 920 ,036 2,865 2,305 1,622 3,251 2,042 2,779 2,474 3,086 3,392 2,884 2,702 3,187 2,515 2,365 2,201 2,195 2,179 2,772 AGAINST 800 951 1,665 2,305 647 1,849 1,082 1,324 736 441 r ' 817 1,109 589 589 1,484 1,595 1,671 1,671 906 #21 #22 #23 #24 #25 #26 #27 #28 #29 #30 #31 #32 #33 #34 #35 #36 #37 #38 #39 FOR 3,451 1,950 2,982 3,245 2,892 2,938 2,219 2,345 3,012 2,807 2,943 2,947 3,077 2,498 3,435 3,455 3,313 ___I. 3,368 2,768 AGAINST 400 1,961 796 516 715 808 1,538 1,357 729 918 803 735 599 1,193 392 364 474 399 898 Voters turn down only two charter amendments By Scott Mahon StaffWriter While showing support for the vast majority of the 39 charter amendments, voters in New Braunfels did turn down two propositions, including Propo-sition 5 which would have allowed city council members to serve three consecutive terms. Proposition 5 was defeated Itv a 683 votes, with 2,305 voting against it, and 1,622 voting for the amendment. Under the current city charter, council members may serve two consecutive three-year terms, but no more than three terms during a lifetime. In other words, after two consecutive terms, an incumbent council member must skip a term before serving again. Some argued that allowing council members to serve three consecutive tenns would allow them to be more effective. "Ive seen cities do it both ways,” said City Manager Chuck Pinto before Saturday’s election. Mayor Adam Cork he wasn’t surprised that voters chose not to make the change. “Generally speaking, I think people believe that there’s a pow er thing associated with council members who could serve three consecutive terms,” he said. “It didn’t really make sense to me to make a council member skip a term before being allowed to serve a third tenn, but die ultimate term limit is always the ballot.” Proposition 22, which would not have required the city attorney to live within the city of New Braunfels, was defeated by a narrow margin of 11 votes, with 1,961 voting against it, and 1,950 voting for the amendment. Cork speculated the amendment was largely misunder stood by voters. “New Braunfels is close to San Antonio and other cities,” he said. “It’s likely that in the future we could find a qualified candidate for the city attorney’s position who lives nearby but didn’t want to move to New Braunfels, and I just don’t think there needs to be a requirement that the city attorney should have to live in New Braunfels.” MAYOR CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Boyer says city needs some changes the fact that the city attorney is also the deputy city manager presented a conflict. “I think that needs to be looked at,” he said. “I think theres a professional conflict, not a personal conflict.’’ Boyer and two other new ly elected city councilwomen, Kathleen Krueger, who defeated Travis Worn mack and Lynn Limmer, who beat Ken Valentine, will be sworn in on May 16. For the first time in the city’s history, the New Braunfels city council will consist of all women council members, except for the mayor. Boyer and the two winning council members will take their seats on the council after tile current council canvasses the vote. You lead a healthy, active lifestyle Are you still at risk for a Heart Attack or Stroke? A local doctor is conducting a medical research study to evaluate if an investigational drug will lower your risk of heart attack or stroke. Recent research suggests that a simple blood test, called high sensitivity CRP. may show inflammation of the arteries. This test may indicate a higher risk for a first-time heart attack or stroke. Qualifications for this investigational drug study include: • Men must be 55 years or older • Women must be 65 years or older • No history of heart attack or stroke For more information, call: Hill Country Medical Associates (830) 625-0305 ext. ll9 www.JUPITFRstudy.com JUPITER ABOUT FACE turn around YOUR CONFIDENCE Aesthetic Skincare Center We chance the "FACE " of lives. 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