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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 26, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page May Celebrating the final days of school STOP CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Residents say traffic presents a DAVID Fifthgrade students from Seele Elementary release biodegradable balloons into the air at the end of graduation ceremonies at the school Wednesday 4B CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Roofing company plans to move from Seguin the they decided to look to New which has several facilities that could meet the companys The 4B incentive will pay for training 25 new employees hired from New The money will be paid after the employees have been with the company 90 and the offer expires after two ALert Roofing currently has 125 and Bagley said he thought some would move to New Braun Although he would not say which vacant facilities the company was consider Bagley did indicate his belief the company would move within 90 days after selecting a permanent loca If you go contrary to the standards and someone gets the city could get he The general rule is that you are not supposed to use stop signs to control only equal traffic North Ranch Estates Boule vard has more traffic than the cross a situation Marti ni is convinced makes people on her street drive They know they dont have to worry about traffic coming from the side because they have stop she That just makes them feel safe to drive Although the street did not fall within the MUTCD guide Short commissioned a traffic study April 14 to see how fast drivers really were The count showed 85 per cent of the traffic averaged 33 just three miles over the speed Only 10 cars traveled over 50 mph during the 24hour count Quite these find ings are typical all over the he echoing another rea son used by Hull to vote against the North Ranch Estates Boule vard We have the same problem in many other she DAVID Frances Street has stop signs at the intersection with North Ranch Estates Boulevard even though part of Frances is only about We have to have some guide lines or we would have a sign every 50 feet all over the While the stop sign request was the city is exploring other ways to discourage speeding in the Several other includ ing San Antonio and San Mar are using engineered speed Pinto I think North Ranch Denied stop signs were going to at least explore those types of options to see if we can get those residents some The wide humps are not as jarring as speed but they modify the street surface just enough to discourage peo ple from building up too much The city also made good on a promise to install speed limit signs on the ii process Martini watched from her front yard Wednesday While she was grateful for anything the city could Martini was skeptical drivers would suddenly start obeying the Were not trying to get into a big fight with the she And I know theyre just doing their but something has to be BREWING COMPANY BAR STEVEN TAMMY PALMER PERFORMING STEVE FORMERLY OF DURTY NELLYS TAMMY INTERNATIONAL SINGER RECORDING ARTIST 6pw MIDNIGHT NIGHT PM RETURNING SOON FAUST MICROBREW RESTAURANT Si BAKERY We Now Have Sunday Specials At OMAS HAUS i iZ5l7791 240 SEQUIN 1752 Court 8303860111 Its Crawfish Season and every Friday and Saturday night were cooking UP fresh live crawfish Try a heaping platter of spicy CaJun andouille sausage and succulent shrimp served with red corn on the cob and crisp salad onh Add a pound of crawfish for or a pound of shrimp for Reservations recommended the Crawfish goes fast 830386011 1Z52 Court at the intersection of Court and Kintisburv I o I I I I I I Home Style Turkey and Pressing as well as our traditional German and American V O Enjoy one of our Sunday Lunch Specials Weve got great desserts too Better Better 12 oz Center Cut Sirloin thru 119 1110 1153 New Braunfels 830 6201234 730 San Marcos 512 3961700 JUST OFF 135 TAKE HWV 46 EXIT NEW TEXAS B 8304K3MO OPEN EVERYDAY FOR LUNCH DINNER Daniels Restaurant Daniels 1308 Antonio 830 6273737 Daniels 993 Loop 337 830 6251276 I Bujy two dinners receive a j FREE Lar He JGHILl CON QUESOj Bl A PAR 01 THIS I Y RKAl i VIRY THURSDAY Call your Ad Representative today at 625 91 I or come by our mam at 707
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