New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 16, 2007, Page 2

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May 16, 2007

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 16, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A — Herald-Zeitung — Wednesday, May 16, 2007Council focuses on effective management of city resources During the past few weeks, I have discussed the strategic priorities of the city council, ranging from quality of life to public safety. Another priority the council has established is to have effective management. While perhaps not as interesting as the other priorities, effective management hits at the core of what should be of most concern to every citizen — how well your tax dollars are being managed. During the past year, we have made great strides in the city's financial management. The budget process was changed to allow a better understanding of the city’s revenue and expenditures. Instead of isolating some income resources we now incorporate all resources in the budget process. This gives us a broader, yet more effective business plan. Hopefully any citizen can now review the budget document and understand how the city’s funds are being spent. In the past, replacement of equipment, technology and major building systems were budgeted only as the particular WI BRUCEBOYER Bruce Boyer is the mayor of New Braun -/els. He can be reached at [email protected] item failed. We now have established reserves that will allow us to replace equipment on a more predictable basis and will reduce the impact on our annual budget process. This step will make our replacement expenditures more manageable, while ensuring that we can replace critical equipment (for example police vehicles) in a timely fashion. In response to the city’s growth and increasing complexity, we have added a full time purchasing manager. This position has resulted in overall significant savings by increasing our ability to find the best value when we are making necessary purchases. The city also has revamped our investment process, which has resulted in our receiving a higher rate of return on our investments. Keeping our citizens informed is critical. To that end, we are revamping the city’s Web site to make it more usefiil to the public. There are many issues considered by the Texas Legislature that have a direct impact on the city of New Braunfels. The council has established a legislative program specific to New Braunfels for the current legislative session. To assist us in that effort, for the first time the city has secured the services of a legislative consultant to work on our behalf in Austin. We are very optimistic that we will be seeing positive results. In addition, there are many opportunities at the federal level to secure funding for priority projects. A well coordinated, economical program in Washington can result in great return to our community. A legislative consultant has been engaged to assist New Braunfels in effectively working with our congressional delegation. The city manager and I recently visited our delegation in Washington to seek assistance on numerous projects important to our city. Our effort already has had an impact with Congressman Lamar Smith’s commitment to help secure funding for a new fire station. The citizens of New Braunfels can be confident that their tax dollars are being managed well and that we are aggressively doing all that we can to develop additional resources to assist us in funding much needed improvements in our community. Bastrop County sheriff, commissioner indicted BASTROP (AP) — The Bastrop County sheriff and a county commissioner were indicted Tuesday on charges of using prison inmates and taxpayer funds for personal projects, including building barbecue pits and home wiring. Sheriff Richard Hernandez and commissioner David A. Goertz face one count each of abuse of official capacity, the Texas Attorney General’s office said. Hernandez and Goertz, both Our sincere appreciation for the care and concern during Martha Christs seven year struggle with ALS, Lou Gehrigs Disease. Dr. Randal Jacks Dr. Mark Burns In Home Senior Care Staff Hope Hospice Staff Thank You and God Bless Each of You, Jay Christ Talcott Family Bissett Family Cajun Music & Food Festival Cajun Fur nom Music Av>n or San Antonio D« La TAAt; Chai n m Saiuhu/v/ Ma* 26th • 10am-11 ha Three CAJUN BANDS Dance Lessons 10am-11am Don Fontenot & us ami* de La Louisian* 11 am—3 pm La Cassina rcAVBOYS 3-7 pm Donnie Broussard & Lousiana Stars 7-11 pm GuMso-FRiCAHMe—Chicken Jambalaya Cayenne Kevin Witi be mrving Botteo Crawfish & Shrimp ANHALT HALL - ANHALT TX adfluxion p«r pawn under 1? if mi from Simi AflWflW Hwy Mf H to Hwy Turn 4 J EA k> Arnut ftd For more info go to httr;//www.D£.FatrasC ajun.com 210-667-9070 New Hearing Help Now Available New Braunfels, TX - A new hearing Instrument is now available.The Rhapsody Hearing System from Nu-Ear Electronics is truly a breakthrough for those with a hearing loss. The Rhapsody is Nano Science with "Fusion Technology. The Rhapsody Hearing Instrument is Feedback Free (will not squeal or whistle). It automatically controls background noise.The Rhapsody gives you the ability to hear on the phone like you have never heard before. It listens for an instant and constantly pays attention to your hearing situation. You will be amazed at how mach better you can hear with the Rhapsody! Rhapsody Hearing Instruments are available exclusively at A & B Hearing Aid & Audiology Center, 201B IH 35 West, Courtyard Shopping Center, New Braunfels, Texas. A & B Hearing Aid & Audiology Center is managed by Robert Edris, M.Ed.,CCC-A, Clinical Audiologist. Edris has over 35 years experience testing hearing and dispensing hearing instruments. He recently received factory training and certification to fit the Rhapsody hearing instruments and will be demonstrating the new Rhapsody technology at the New Braunfels location. Call 830-609-3438 for an appointment. A & B Hearing Aid & Audiology Center is also introducing the Interactive L.I.F.E. Hearing Test. You have never had a hearing test like this one. Find out what you are hearing and what you are not. The hearing test will be fun and a great experience. Call 830-609-3438 for an appointment. PAIO ADVERTISEMENT Herald-Zeitung Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 ZZZJEZ3G Marketplace MORI IN IT FOR YOU WEATHER 4 www.Herald-Zeitung.Com s 51, are accused of illegally mis-using taxpayer resources, including county equipment, materials, inmate labor, facilities and credit accounts. Goertz allegedly used county inmate labor to perform electrical wiring and several other work projects at his home. Hernandez allegedly used county materials and inmate labor to make barbecue pits that he sold for personal profit, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott said in a statement. Goertz and Hernandez did not immediately return phone messages left by The Associated Press. State investigators searched the Bastrop County sheriff’s office and Goertz’s residence on Tuesday. Matters of Public Record ARRESTSlf TM Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County arrested the following May 15: Blas Arturo Correa-Gutierrez, 29, New Braunfels, no drivers license, failure to maintain financial responsibility. Michael Eugene Dewey, 47, New Braunfels, resisting arrest._____ Paula Claudia Drennan, 31, New Braunfels, driving while license invalid. Hector Hernandez, 21, New Braunfels, public intoxication, open container, failure to maintain financial responsibility, speeding. Rafael Jiminez III, 46, Austin, theft by check. Trey Rainosek, 20, Austin, minor in possession of alco hol, minor in consumption of alcohol. Randell Scott Stanley, 27, Universal City, burglary of building. Bethany Hope Tubbs, 21, San Antonio, expired drivers license, failure to appear, failure to maintain financial responsibility, expired license plate, theft by check between $500 and $1500, expired registration. Rev.Alvies Young 4hAnniversary Come help us celebrate our Pastor & Wife - 4th Anniversary Musical May 19th 7:00 p.m. Choir, Quartus Celebration Day at Sunday May 20, 2007 at 3:00 p.m. Live Oak Baptist Church 355 N. Washington • New Braunfels, TX 78130 • 830-609-2872 ‘Josh Jets Salon and Boutique Grooming - Boarding Doggie Day Care I ll 6 Eikel 625 -    (7674) PREFERRED BT ALZCARE Home Safety Bl Accessibility Modifications • Grab Bars • Tub Conversions • Threshold ramps Much More! • Handicap ramps and handrails • Motion sensor switches i I 193 1/2 West San Antonio St.. 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