New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 8, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas
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Sunday, May 8, 2005
Wommack made first try for elected office
department to have everything they need and to be able to respond quickly and effectively to any call.’’
After Saturday’s election results were announced, Krueger said the first thing she wanted to do as the District 5 council member was to look at what was being done about drainage in the Mission Valley Mill area.
“I want to get with City Engineer Mike Short and City Manager Chuck Pinto and look at an outline of what is planned for that area in regard to drainage,” she said. “Theres a sense of hopelessness among those residents who live in the area, and I think we need to get on with the drainage projects there.” Wommack ran for office for the first time, saying he wanted to improve conditions for residents in his district. Despite several setbacks early on, he maintained his effort, saying the campaign was one of the best experiences of his life.
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Valentine disappointed after dose loss
Commercial Bank in New Braunfels for five years, and has been with the bank 16
All told, she has 24 years experience in the banking industry.
A graduate of Seguin I Ugh School, Limmer said the issues she’s most concerned about include drainage problems in District 6 and streets.
District 6, the smallest district in the city, skirts County Urie Road, runs up both sides of 1-35 to Mill Street and over to Guada Coma Drive.
New Braunfels City Councilman Ken Valentine and his wife, Claudia, talk with Debbie Flume at a post-election party held at a neighbor's home Saturday evening. Valentine lost the District 6 race to Lynn Limmer.
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