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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Meetings New Braunfels Herald Zeifung Sunday, May 1, 1983 3A NBISD board to hear bond news at meeting No matter hew Tuesday’s New Braunfels Independent School District bond election turns out, school trustees and officials will be together to hear the news bt* it good or bad NBISD's board of trustees will hold a regular meeting the night of the election at 7 30 p rn in the librar> of New Braunfels High School The district’s W 85 million bond package is divided into three propositions, ail of which are needed improve the district and meet current and predicted popnlation growth, officials sa> The three propositions include a $<> 5 million issue for the construc tion of a new school and renovation of current campuses, a $2 million proposition calling for the airconditioning of all schools, and 1350.OOO for the construction of a new administrative office Besides canvassing the ballots from Tuesday's election trustees have several additional items to consider Among them is an update from the district's superintendent's search committee, currently interviewing applicants to replace Supt O E Hendricks who will retire June 30 Some of this discussion may lake place in executive session Another likely topic for executive session discussion is the recent suit filed against the district by the Mexican American legal Defense and Educational Fund MAI.DKF contends that the district's current method of electing school trustees t by place at large > deprives Mexican Americans a fair chance of electing a representative of their own race to the board. .Another discussion item will ta* the board's “intent to set" a new tax rate tither items listed on Tuesday’s agenda are the consideration of retaining additional legal counsel fix a non-renewal case being made against NBISD by a teacher whose contract was not renewed Senior Day 1983 will also be declared by the board Park and Recreation Advisory Board Tennis and volleyball enthusiasts should watch Monday night s meeting of the luanda Harks and Recreation Advisory Board w ith interest Board member! are scheduled to discuss and consider action on a proposed tenius*volley ball complex along FredericAsbury Road, along with development of a parking area in (.anda Hark along Elizabeth Ave . near the existing tennuevolley ball courts area Other agenda items include a request from Phillip S Fry to be granted non-exclusive concession to opeate certain amusement rides in the park during xpci if it time periods, and Hie development **f a policy hi c harge all school groups for reserved picnic areas on weekends and holidays in (anda Hark from Faster to the last weekend in Ut tola r Board members will also hear a report from the Arboretum chairman of the tiuada Coma Garden Club on various methods to label and identify trees in public park areas The meeting will begin at 7 p rn at the Harks Office-lnformation Center County Commissioners In preparation for Saturday's jail bond election, Commissioners Court will appoint another official to preside at the polls on election day Mixt day during the court's IO a in meeting, commissioners will name a substitute judge for voting precinct 20 for the bond election The court will as usual meet in Commissioners Courtroom, first fli*or of the Court house The county is calling the $3 9 million bond election to pay for a new jail which must bt constructed by August, 1985. according to a federal lawsuit settlement In other business Monday the court will consider granting final plat approval to Bolling Oaks Subdivision as presented by Bill l**hr Commissioners will also consider a proposal from representatives of Git Insurance Company regarding proposed increased premium rates for group health and dental coverage Bids for a copy ing machine for the County Health and County Extension Office wdl also Im* opened Monday by the court Planning and zoning Three public hearings on rezoning requests are on the agenda for City Clanning and Zoning Commissioners at 7 pm Tuesday in council ihampers at City Hall Budy Seidel is requesting M I light industry district I zoning for two lots and parts of two more in l int One of Comal Industrial Hark The property is currently zoned C*I (local business district * A six-tenths of an acre trait is tin* .subject of the second hearing A change to C-3 < commercial district»is being sought for the property, located at the corner of Torrey and Mulberry. by Oakwood Estates Im and I .anda Association The current zoning is R-2 i single-family and two-family district I A «hangc from ZU zero lot line district i to K l single family district is being requested for two trai ts out of a 60 AS I-acre parcel in Walnut Estates. Section Two The two ira* Is 4 17 and 2 67 acres are located between Lazy Trail and (lid McQueeney Road lanai attorney Steve Taylor will In* presenting the request as trustee The hearings are held to provide a chance for property owners adjacent to Hie tracts involved to voice their opinions on Hie rezoning requests If the commission gives favorable recommendations, they will go to < Tty Council for final approv a1 Three plat approvals, com mum* attorn from citizens and . report from (Manning Director I ie bn (•oodw iii are also on tile agenda County 4-H'ers to give instruction on horses Horse Experience Day, sponsored by the Comal C ounty 4-H Horse Club’s Saddle Slappers, will begin at 3 p iii Sunday. May 8. at Sky King Quarter Horses just north of New Braunfels Children eight years and older are invited to attend Grooming, saddling, handling. feeding, and safety will la* part of Bm-day's activities, as well as the opportunity for each youth to rule a horse under Bk* watchful eye of a dub member Boat race winners listed Sunshine and white water, a paddler’* dream This is exactly what happened last Sunday at the first Slalom Boat Bat es held at Hie l^zy IAI. Campgrounds tiff River Road Sponsored by Steve’s Boat Works in Saltier, the rate measured Ba* skills of the boaters against the clock Spectators lined the Guadalupe River to watch paddlers compete in four classes Each class C-l, novice kayak, men s expert, and women's kayak — looped their way through a course of gates in the rapids of Devil s Playground The boaters were required to go downstream, upstream, and sometimes backwards through gate* suspended by ropes over the river Winners in the C-l class were: Steve 'Whose idea was this, anyway?" As a sp*** tai attraction, (just**, un Arabian trn k fs*rs<* owned by Mrs Hill Hi* k»*tt, will perform at Bu* **v**nt Organizers include Mark Mi Williams, chairperson; and committee leaders Tracy Monaghan .Vott Suisun, Jeannie Kelly, Harker Bangston. Merideth M* Williams and Matt Voss For more information or registration, contact County Agent Mike Barbour no later titan Thursday at 62b-9178 Smith, who sponsored the event, first place Max won second, Bruce Bheanz, third and fourth went to Ann Stevenson Bob Robey landed a first place in the novice kayak division, while Tom Robey took second Charlie Walter placed third and I lame. Allford, fourth place. In the men s expert division, Jimmy laical had the best time. Fucas, who runs Coynes ( anta* laver) in Martindale. designed the rate course Tom Cowden took second, David Ruiz, third and Max Welihouse fourth The lady kayak paddlers included a first place finish by Girlie Webber, second went to Cindy Hilmoe, Mary Anne Moore placed third and Angie Prescott took fourth S.dam.» is probably thinking I thought I was going for a walk when she left honk Saturday Instead she wound up getting a rabies shot from Veterinarian I any Waiting Local veterinarians held a rabies vaccination cima. Saturday at the County f aw ground and the (larking lot of Holy f amity Clunch Weather Local temperatures Saturday's unofficial high reached 86. slightly warmer than Friday’s high of 83 degrees The low Saturday morning was TI Today and Monday ’s high should reach the upper-80s w itll a low tonight near 70 Texas Warm, moist air pushing northward from the Gulf of Mexico brought cloudy skies to the eastern two-thirds of Texas Saturday as a dry line of low pressure extended into the Trails Pecos region. 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