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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels 410 HOI. A 10/22/9?    I?? BO-WEST HI CROFT) FU ISHINO 262.7 F YANDEL.l DR 79903 TX PASO, E I Tuesday Afternoon, January 12,1993Serving Comal County/ Home of Sarah Espinosa Vol. 141, No. 39 - Daily 50 cents, Sunday 75 cents New zoning district moves one step closer By Gary P. Carroll    be    for    anything    ten    acres or more not on a river for such resort facilities. Staff Writer    that    i«    still    ri»cnrt    rrrrpntinn    ”    Th^    of    7nnino    th<*    turn    rpcnrtc    CA. By Gary P. Carroll Staff Wrltar The city of New Braunfels could be one step closer to creating a new city zoning district, following Monday night’s City Council meeting. It would allow resort facilities not located directly next to a river to receive public utility service. Mike Shands, assistant city manager, reported to the council that the Planning and Zoning Commission had voted unanimously to send the creation of the new C4-B zoning district to the council for its approval. “(This is) primarily being adopted and proposed tonight for Newk’s (Tennis Ranch) and T-Bar-M when they're annexed,” Shands said. "This will be for anything ten acres or more not on a river that is still resort recreation.’ The original recreational resort district zoning was C4 until 1987 when C4-A was adopted without any substantial changes, according to Shands. Sh Related Council wory, ^aga^""™™ Representatives from Newk’s Tennis Ranch and T Bar M Tennis Ranch have been involved in this rezoning issue from the beginning. The C4-B idea was originally proposed by Gene Rutherford who represents T-Bar-M, and reviewed and accepted by Newk’s representative. The zoning ordinance is being created to allow for such resort facilities. The process of zoning the two resorts C4-B would include being annexed by the city of New Braunfels, and even if and when that docs happen, Shands said there would be no guarantee that Newk’s and T-Bar-M will be zoned C4-B. The council also reviewed a proposal to change the name of Wallace Drive to Zamora Avenue and to name the road which leads into the New Braunfels Airport to Entrance Drive. Councilman Rudy Seidel voiced his concern over what he said was an arbitrary name change from Wallace Drive to Zamora Avenue, and said if SM City Council, Pago 2 Other Council Action The following is a list of other action taken by the New Braunfels City Council during its Monday, Jan. 11, 1993 mMting. Ordinances: • Final reading of ordinance regarding participation in municipal retirement system • Approval of second reading of an ordinance designating the structure at 257 (Winrtoehen House) as a historic structure • Tabling of an ordinance regarding golf oourse fees and regulations • Approval of second reading of an ordinance designed to add regulations regarding display or exhibit of sexually oriented activities * Approval of first reading of ordinance to create a new C4 B zoning district • Approved the request for a permit to build a retaining wall on the Comal River at River Run Resort located at 500 N. Market Avenue • Awarded bid to G T Distributor of Austin for the purpose of purchasing light bars for New Braunfels Police Dept patrol division Appointments: * Re appointed Councilman Rudy Seidel to another term on the Bexar County Metro 9*11 Network District Board; re-appointed Raul Munoz and Doreteo Rodriguez to the Housing Authority Board of Commissioners Fishermen of all ages and gender turned out Saturday morning for youth fishing touranment*at Troutfest 1993, which is sponsored by the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department and held in the Olympic pool in Landa Park. The pool was stocked with catfish and rainbow trout. Troutfest 1993 runs through Jan. 17 and is open from’4 p.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays. (Photo by John Huseth) CISD board will not renew three contracts "We cannot allow our children to be led Into the 21 st century by people with 19th century attitudes." — Dora Gonzales, parent the principal of Mountain Valley Elementary School (Leigh Ann Dees),” said Goodson. The motion was seconded and again voted on quickly and approved unanimously. “I move that we authorize that notice of proposed intent to terminate the contract of full-time assistant principal of Canyon High School (Tom Cannon) and further that he be suspended with pay pending the outcome of the hearing." Again the motion was seconded and unanimously approved. The charges of racial discrimination were made in the summer of 1992. The CISD board subsequently hired an investigator who was later terminated and Sm Commissioner* Court, Pag# 0 By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Wrltar Monday night the Comal Independent School District Board voted not to extend the contracts of three high-ranking district officials, issued a directive of reprimand to another and a notice of proposed termination of yet another. The action followed a discrimination investigation which began last summer. Emerging from executive session, it did not lake long to release its recommendations. “I move that the board authorize that the intent of notice be given for action to be proposed for nonextension of contracts for the principal of Canyon High School (Will Kricg), the principal of Canyon Middle School (Robert Brockman) and the superintendent of schools (Joe Rogers),” said Leroy Ck. od son, CISD board member. The motion was quickly seconded and voted on with unanimous approval. "I move that a directive of reprimand be included in the files of the assistant principal of Canyon Middle School (Robert Rambo) and Barrera to speak at Republican Women’s Club next Monday By Gary P. Carroll Staff Wrltar Roy Barrera, Jr. will be the special guest-speaker at the New Braunfels Republican Women’s Club annual membership luncheon. at 11:30 a.m. , Monday, Jan. 18, at the First United Methodist Church. Barrera, a 1975 graduate of St. Mary's School of Law with a Doctor of Jurisprudence, will deliver a speech on the future of Republican policy. Barrera is currently a practicing attorney in San Antonio. Republican Women’s Club member Allene Wofford said the club's mission is to support Republican candidates and to foster and promote Republican policies and philosophies. “Our goal is to elect Republican candidates and support Republican candidates,” Wofford said. “We provide them with an issues forum and headquarters during elections . . . and we work to help promote their policies.” Wofford said the annual luncheon allows its 130 club members to come together and exchange ideas regarding Republican policies, as Roy Barrera, Jr. well as meet and greet new members. The luncheon is open to all club members, and no reservations arc necessary. Those interested in joining, and those planning to attend, should bring a covered dish - (salad or vegetable dish) - enough for eight. Sheriffs, constables working together to deliver warrants By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Wrltar Cooperation between the Comal County Sheriffs Department and precinct constables was the topic of Sheriff Jack Bremer’s report during the workshop session of Commissioners Court Monday. “Basically, we’ve come lo (an understanding) and I think it will be quite effective,” said Bremer. “As far as the hot check program in Comal County and the entire warrant problem in Comal County, each of the constables has agreed to dedicate deputies to the serving of warrants, hot check and others, and also to cross lines, lf the (deputy) is not available in one precinct, there’ll still be other people available to serve warrants. The constables also agreed to get applications and do background checks on the deputies. The four constables themselves will be doing the actual law enforcement.’’ Bremer said the sheriffs department would put on a training session for those who had no previous experience serving warrants. Since the constables can usually only patrol on weekends or evenings since they have other jobs, no set schedule was arranged between the sheriffs department, the city police departments and the constables. The constables did agree to advise the sheriff’s office when they were on patrol by contacting the dispatcher. The issue of additional cars for some of the precincts was raised, however, since it was not on the agenda, it was not addressed. A commissioner will have to place the matter on the agenda in order for any changes to be made to the current policy of allowing only two cars per precinct. In the regular session, the court accepted deeds for the Spccht Crossing Bridge Project, approved a resolution for public necessity to Bm Commissioners Court, Pago 8 “W.O.R.D. was originally established so that the visitor Industry would assist us with law enforcement and with clean-up. lf we haven’t done a good job the homeowners' and the business people need to press W.O.R.D. to do a better Job." Carter Casteel, See related story on Page 8 Today is deadline to buy tickets for Dinner with the Arts Today is the deadline for buying tickets for the Greater New Braunfels Arts Council’s 13th Annual Dinner with the Ans which will be held Sunday, Jan. 17, at the Civic Center. They are available from Arts Council board members, China-n-Things in Landa Plaza, and at the An Center Gallery at 646 Walnut Square and cost $15 per person. A special members-only preview begins at 5 p.m. when members arc invited to enjoy a complimentary glass of wine while strolling through artwork exhibited by members of the Canyon Lake Art Guild and the New Braunfels Art League. Selected works from the upcoming Crayola Dream-Makcrs exhibition at The Children’s Museum will also be on display. Before the doors to the main hall open to the general public at 5:30 p.m., informational exhibits about Arts Council member organizations will be on display. Dinner will be served beginning at 5:45 p.m. The Annual Arts Awards will recognize individuals and a business who have given outstanding support to the arts community in 1992. Following the dinner and awards, local performers under the direction of Elizabeth Elliott will provide entertainment with singing, dancing and acting. IndexStammtisch 1 Section, IO Pages ACTIVITIES .........................7 BUSINESS ... .........................5 CLASSIFIED 8 10 COMICS ...............6 DEAR ASSY .......................3 HOROSCOPE ................3 RECORDS .................. 3 abiaiiaaio ..........................4 WATER WATCH ....................3 WEATHER ..............3 Best wishes The New Braunfels Hcrald-Zeitung sends Birthday wishes to Ben Gomez, Jr., Joe Stoeltjc, Sarah Espinosa, Tracy Gaston, Joe Saari, Mim Frank, Audrey Weber, Edna Mac Staals and Beatrice L. Gomez.Republican Women's Club Luncheon New Braunfels Republican Women’s Club Annual Membership Luncheon will be at Monday, Jan. 18, 11:30 a.m. at Wesley Hall, First United Methodist Church, 572 W. San Antonio. Roy Barrera, Jr., will be the speaker. Each member is asked to bring a salad, vegetable or dessert for IO to 12 people. The meat will be furnished. Guests are welcome.Quilt Guild New Braunfels Quilt Guild will hold its monthly meeting Saturday, Jan. 16 at 9:30 a.m. at the New Braunfels Christian Church on N: Loop 337. Judy Bobbit from San Antonio will be the speaker. Anyone interested in quilting is invited. Call 625-1166.Wildlife viewing guide Landa Park has been designated as one of the many spectacular wildlife viewing areas in Texas by the National Watchable Wildlife Program. The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department invites you to discover and enjoy its incredible wildlife. ‘Texas Wildlife Viewing Guide" is now available at a discounted rate of $7.25 at the Landa Park office. This guide describes 142 premier wildlife viewing locations in Texas, and ii will help the reader see wildlife at these locations. For more information, call 629-PARK or come by the parks office.Mid-Texas Symphony benefit Rennert World Travel, Inc., will present Holland America Line Westours’ On Stage Alaska on Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. in the Seguin-Guadalupe County Coliseum to benefit the Mid-Texas Symphony. Admission to this multi-media live performance will be $5 per person, and tickets will be available at the door. On Stage Alaska brings to life the history and beauty of Alaska.For Home Delivery Call 625-9144 a ;