New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 4, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
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•tfyouVe Uked the way the dty bu grown in toe pal IO ymo, you’re going to love it over the next tow yean," New Bnunfeli City Manager Mike Shred! told toe New Braunfels Rotary ChibWedneedey.
Shande eeid everyone ie aware of the now well underway contraction Mof toe new H-E-B repre store," but added, "but you may not know feat they’re building 70,000 equate feet of venial apnea adjoining it"
The city allo bu received formal plan from Wal-Mart ta a new More toto will be next to the preeent Wal-Mart location and will have "five arnee under roof within a year," Shande said, adding that the current store, according to thoae plain, is to be tom down and the land it occupies ueeo tor aouiuonai parang.
"And it's 70 percent verified,” the city manager said, "tat Target is going to build a store
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Shands said the Osetoer New Breutdbte Cham-
Chamber, ae a result of such eflbtta, can be expected to "make a momentous announcement within three to four months."
Shands said 135 new single family dwellings have been permitted this year with a total value of more than SIO million.
And he said that, though the city's growth is strong, it is overshadowed within the county’s 567 square miles where growth is "three to seven times that within the city."
In a question and answer session following his formal remarks, Shands noted that legislation introduced by Texas Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison would permit toe taking of water at toe springs in New Braunfels and San Marcos.
If passed, that legislation would permit the springe to go dry, Shands said.
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The legislation was prompted by fears that said, averaged 2 percent per year during the limitations as recommended by a federal moni- *80s and is averaging 3 percent per year during tor on pumping fiom toe aquifer would endanger toe current decade, toe military bases in San Antonio. On that basis, he predicted the city’s popula-
Populsrion growth within the city, Shands lion will reach 36,000 by toe year 2000.
The Comal Area League of Women Voters will host a candidate forum for New Brauirifele ISI) school bond csodidsfcss tonight, 7 pjit ntheNBISD board room, located at430 W. MIM OL The pubic is invited.
The Comal County 4-H dubs ms having their benefit dance on Ptidey, Aug. 12 at the Cornel
to 12 »jl Tlctate ace avaQdble rn toe oounty extrados office, 132 WM UM.
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Exchange students return from Germany
Local United Way gains praise from organization’s president
Dr DAW DULLUM
Editor and Pubiiehor
cortinue," die said, ’to grow at a rapid paoe to meet local human service
Dy ODAM HAMMIT
When four yourn people tom New Bmunfeie met four young people tom the old country, Germany, they db cowed eomething dtobreot cukusee e thousand milaa apart could not Mpaiats Mdaarekidinomaosr whew out goea.
A group w toed yn^i,yif twtriy f*11—<< Anm rw. fluky due Rtatdiag tone with hoeli tom toe erat of Germany where may of toe founded ofNew Bnuafele otto*
The 0oup^ which included Kent Sdaih^TkanSupuiver, Owaoe red 0uua laider, traveled to daough a peogpem spooaorad by tba Wuretfeat Aasodsdon. The Wufdtod Aeeodatioo bae baga ipffwiftff#g i‘ groupa, wtoch oonelat of aophomosas and Juniora In achoo!, ta bion than 20 yreri Tha toed group toyed with Oacraanhodi Florian RMhe, a^yt- ^)| G«#i«f end Ftffi «ei
wOl bow hod toto Genua Meade ta toe neat month. The tarter*! are learning about each other's culture by
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"b's (drinking st earlier age) just accepted there. I think it teaches them to be more responsible," he said.
One Germen youth, Rathe, Mid a driver’s ltoreae cm cow more 2,000 marks (higher toga $2,000) red ■*•*■«> take two or three months to psi Of ooune, anre you get one, you may And yourself out on the Gennre superhighway, known re the Autobahn, which baa no cooed limits.
"W Mtot I wret wre 160 in re Audi eenvretobto," tad Snider. "The skin felt liks it was peeling hack on my (boa."
The Gtnare etudanta will toind about a aunto kauar here la toe Store, rightasdng tad ritoppiflg,areedallyror jaree wldch ere go ta toout IGO aurei ta Oenreny, bwene.
Germane ars also well aware of Aawrioaa automa. Many U.S. television shows are aareinGarmrey, including Autos like ‘DaUai" red "The Beverly HiUbiUies", md more modem onre such rn "Bavariy Hille 902010."
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Americana contributed approximately $3.05 billion dollars through the United Way to help other Anteri* cans last year, according to Joe Wed, executive director of toe Untad Way of Gomel Comity.
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The president and CEO of the national oigreiarion elm noted that tadsnNp and major giving saw strong
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giving re gifts of more than $10,000. Nationwide, Chao laid, there ere now 1.2 million charitable regaatariore end it ie red-msed tbs more ^ 29,000 new charitable groups are eeubiiehed each yaar. flatware 1990 and 199* die nld, tiro number of cKpritiro incromd 53 pmwt Wad add tom more than IN) jMHromn of ootnrilngjhcmB' to toed Unlied Way orgad-mkxm diiMtiy support ponv*
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