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PRICED OUT OF THE MARKET As housing costs have risen quickly in New Braunfels, space ocials expressed concern that the dearth of aordable choices will enhance housing instability amongst residents.

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As rental costs have elevated in New Braunfels, obtainable housing choices have gotten much less aordable for residents who make lower than the realm median revenue, or AMI.

Median residence gross sales costs have continued to rise in New Braunfels, making it difficult for residents and newcomers to nd aordable choices.

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NewBraunfels organizations tackle housing insecurity as costs soar Eorts to bolster companies for people experi- encing homelessness or liable to experiencing home- lessness are rising in New Braunfels as the price of dwelling continues to rise regionally. aimed toward ending the cycle of homelessness via employment and nancial planning help. BY LAUREN CANTERBERRY

“With progress comes the uptick of social companies. … This isn’t a brand new downside, it’s only a rising chal- lenge,” stated Mic Biesboer, program director of the Subsequent Steps Program that connects people with space psychological well being companies and housing choices. “Each nonprot company on the town is making an attempt to catch up. I feel all of us in a roundabout way or one other are appre- ciative of the expansion, however we’re seeing it from even a totally dierent lens.” CONTINUED ON 24

Representatives of a number of native teams have voiced considerations that the danger of native residents experiencing homelessness or struggling to aord housing has risen as housing prices surpass aordability, and addi- tional companies are wanted to fight the problem. Since 2010, the town’s inhabitants grew 56.57%, in response to 2020 census knowledge. Housing costs have risen accordingly as demand outpaces provide.

Areanonprot organizations areworking tomeet the wants of a group that’s changing into more and more unaordable for a lot of residents by creating short- time period emergency housing, connecting people to long-term residential choices and working packages

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tin-based chain has areas all through the nation and oers quite a lot of tacos, sides and alcoholic drinks. www.torchystacos.com 7 A second New Braunfels IHOP loca- tion is slated to open at 2680 Loop 337 on the finish of 2022. The restaurant chain focuses on breakfast meals and has areas all through the nation. 830-620-0115. www.ihop.com EXPANSIONS 8 Texas Tito’s , a New Braunfels-based firm that sells quite a lot of individu- ally packaged pickles, is slated to construct a brand new facility close to 1286 River Street on a property bought by the corporate. The enterprise was based in San Antonio in 1998 and relocated to New Braunfels in 2000, Texas Tito’s President Chris Snider stated in an e-mail. The present facility is situated at 1411 FM 1101 and the brand new facil- ity is predicted to be accomplished in 2023. 830-626-1123. www.texastitos.com 9 Kinnor Coee , which rst opened in January 2022 at 11335 FM 1863, New Braunfels, in partnership with 5 Stones Artisan Brewery, has expanded to a bigger house on the property. In keeping with Aaron Brown, who operates the coee store, the brand new house will permit Kinnor to open earlier outdoors of taproom hours. A grand opening date for the brand new house and hours has not been set, Brown stated, however he and his workforce have launched a tender opening in latest weeks. 210-620-0500. Fb: Kinnor Coee ANNIVERSARIES 10 Henne {Hardware} , the oldest contin- ually working ironmongery store in Texas,

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NOWOPEN 1 1838 Grill New Braunfels opened March 8 at 123 S. Union Ave., New Braunfels. The restaurant serves Amer- ican fare and is the second location of 1838 Grill in Seguin. 830-609-9022. www.1838grilltx.com 2 On March 23, Handspun Hope reopened its showroom in New Braunfels at 647 S. Seguin Ave. The nonprot group was based in 2007 and works with church buildings, organizations and management in Northern Rwanda to supply ladies with sustainable employment, group and religious counsel. After

cated at 1655 Hwy. 46, New Braunfels. The franchise was based in 1988 and has areas across the nation the place outlets promote pretzels, dips and drinks. 877-778-9588. www.auntieannes.com 5 The Empress opened at 477 S. Castell Ave., New Braunfels, in January. The store sells herbs, crystals, medicinal teas, tinctures, tarot playing cards and extra. 830-627-4230. www.theempressnbtx.com COMING SOON 6 Torchy’s Tacos is slated to open its rst New Braunfels location at 229 FM 306 in late 2022. The Aus-

relocating its headquarters from San Mar- cos to New Braunfels in early 2020, the group briey opened the show- room however closed briefly till this March. The enterprise sells honest commerce items, clothes, residence items and extra. 830-312-0488. www.handspunhope.org 3 Moon River Ultrasound opened at 234 Comal Ave., New Braunfels, in late November 2021. The clinic oers 4D ultra- sounds, 2D scans, gender scans and extra for expectant dad and mom. 830-214-6531. www.moonriverultrasound.com 4 A brand new Auntie Annie’s location opened in March contained in the H-E-B lo-

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will have fun 165 years in enterprise this yr. First opened in 1857, the shop is situated at 246 W. San Antonio St., New Braunfels, and sells quite a lot of instruments, {hardware}, toys and extra. 830-606-6707. www.henne-hardware.com 11 Initially based in 1982 in Mission Bend, Texas, Christian Brothers Auto- motive’s New Braunfels location will have fun 10 years in enterprise April 23. Positioned at 1760 W. Hwy. 46, the busi- ness oers quite a lot of auto companies and has areas throughout the nation. 830-730-5184. www.cbac.com 12 Utility Engineering Group , situated at 191 N. Union Ave., New Braunfels, will have fun ve years in enterprise in April. The engineering rm focuses on public sector utility design work and consulting companies. 830-214-0521. www.uegpros.com 13 Mint Bodily Remedy celebrated ve years in enterprise at 1551 N. Walnut Ave., Ste. 47, New Braunfels, in February. The outpatient bodily remedy non-public follow oers remedy plans for orthopedic and neurological diagnoses in addition to harm restoration. The enterprise additionally has plans to open a brand new location within the Spring Department space within the coming months. 830-358-1151. www.mintphysicaltherapy.com NAME CHANGES 14 TGF Hair Salon, situated at 606 S. Walnut Ave., New Braunfels, is slated to turn out to be a Supercuts in late April. In keeping with a consultant, the administration and sta is not going to change when the enterprise joins the Supercuts

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FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON A brand new H-E-B beneath building subsequent to the present retailer at 651 S. Walnut Ave., New Braunfels will quickly open to clients and take the place of the present grocery retailer. Initially opened in 1994, the roughly 76,000-square-foot grocery retailer was later joined by two further shops situated on FM 306 and Hwy. 46 that have been constructed to accommodate the rising inhabitants, stated Katy Segler, a retailer chief for the New Braunfels H-E-B. In January 2021, a gasoline station and a shopping mall hooked up to the primary grocery retailer have been demolished to make manner for the development of a brand new, 116,000-square-foot constructing. “It was time for this a part of the New Braunfels group to have a retailer that might sustain with the expansion,” stated Julie Bedingeld, a public aairs supervisor with H-E-B. The brand new facility is slated to open April 29 and can exchange the present retailer, which might be torn all the way down to make room for extra parking. Along with the bigger sq. footage, the shop will incorporate a two-story True Texas BBQ location that can embrace in-store seating and a drive-thru. Moreover, clients may have entry

to a extra intensive cheese choice, bakery, beer and wine part, and house-made tortillas. The unique constructing might be demolished to finish the car parking zone, together with 26 curbside parking areas. “That’s a rising a part of our enterprise, [that] side of individuals simply wanting to avoid wasting time and order all of this stu on-line,” Segler stated. The shop may also be the rst in New Braunfels to have a licensed nutritionist working inside the shop, Segler stated. Clients and sta may have entry to the nutritionist’s companies, together with meal-planning help. Forward of the opening, H-E-B is within the strategy of hiring 150 new workers to hitch the present sta who will make the transition from the outdated retailer, Segler stated. “It’s going to be a bittersweet nostalgia,” she stated of leaving the outdated constructing. “However that is one thing that our clients and our companions are extraordinarily excited for.”

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NEWOWNERSHIP 15 Mannequin Nails, situated at 651 I-35 Enterprise Loop, Ste. 1110, got here beneath new possession earlier this yr. The nail salon oers quite a lot of nail companies, together with manicures, pedicures and extra. 830-745-3404. Fb: Mannequin Nails at Market 16 Paula Henken took possession of The Crossing Boutique , situated at 322 W. San Antonio St., New Braunfels, in January. The boutique sells ladies’s clothes, equipment and extra. 830-625-9639. www.thecrossingnb.com COMMUNITY 17 A bridge crossing Dry Comal Creek connecting the City Creek subdivision and mixed-use group to downtown neighborhoods through North Guenther Avenue opened in March. The bridge gives secondary entry to City Creek, which solely had one entrance and exit on the intersection of North Walnut Avenue and North Academy Avenue The $1.5 million bridge undertaking was funded by the developer, City Creek Companions. There’s a two-year guarantee from the developer after the town of New Braunfels takes over upkeep of the bridge.

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LIVEMUSIC BRAUNTEX PERFORMING ARTS THEATRE 290 W. San Antonio St., New Braunfels 830-627-0808 www.brauntex.org APRIL 03 Final Blues & Rock & Roll with The Carvin Jones Band 21 Atlanta Rhythm Part 28 Eruption-Tribute to Van Halen 29 Jimmy Fortune (Of the Statler Brothers) GRUENE HALL 1281 Gruene Street, New Braunfels 830-606-1281 www.gruenehall.com APRIL 08 Pat Inexperienced’s fiftieth Birthday Bash 09 Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights 22 Sarah Jarosz 29 Soiled River Boys RILEY’S TAVERN 8894 FM 1102, New Braunfels 512-392-3132 www.rileystavern.com APRIL 09 Crawsh boil with Zydeco Band 15 The Homebodies 23 The Golden Roses 30 Trevor McSpadden and Mary Cutrufello THEWATERING HOLE SALOON 1390 McQueeney Street, New Braunfels 830-625-0045 www.wateringholesaloon.com APRIL 08 Britt Ballenger Band 09 Jay Eric & Rumor City 16 Clint Taft & The Buck Wild Band 24 CrossTown Nation

and visitors can see Lego prepare displays, shows of touring mannequin railroads and take part in prize drawings and a silent public sale. $2 (ages 5-13), $10 (age 14 and over). New Braunfels Civic and Conference Heart, 375 S. Castell Ave., New Braunfels. 830-627-2447. www.newbraunfelsrailroadmuseum.org 10 PEDALWITHOUT VEHICLES Get pleasure from bicycling down West San An- tonio Road with out car trac throughout the CycloViva open streets occasion, a part of the Alamo space nationwide bike month. The road might be closed to autos from the intersection of Walnut Avenue to South Grape Avenue on the Jaws Skate Park. 1-4 p.m. Free. West San Antonio Road to South Grape Avenue, New Braunfels. www.nbtexas.org/2572/cycloviva 14 DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY Be part of the Rock Haus Basis for an Easter Dance hosted on the Village Venue. Adults over the age of 18 with particular wants and their caregivers can take pleasure in a night of music, dancing and refreshments. 6-9 p.m. Free to attend, $1 for drinks. 2032 Central Plaza, New Braunfels. 817-266-6833. data@rockhausfoundation.org 23 HILL COUNTRY CRAFT BEER FESTIVAL Hosted by the Downtown Rotary Membership of New Braunfels, this competition will characteristic beer from over 30 Texas breweries. Starting at midday, attendees can take pleasure in beer samples, dwell music and meals supplied by Black’s Barbecue. Age 21 and over. $30 (upfront), $35 (day-of buy), $85 (VIP package deal for early entry to occasion). Rockin ‘R’ River Rides, 1405 Gruene Street, New Braunfels. www.hccbf.com 23 HOMEGROWN&HOMESPUN NIGHTMARKET Store native artisans and crafters throughout the Homegrown & Homespun Evening Market hosted by Hill Nation Conferences. Attendees can store for quite a lot of items and luxuriate in dwell music and meals. 4-9:30 p.m. Free to attend. Gruene Outpost River Lodge, 1273 River Terrace, New Braunfels. 830-488-7814. www.hillcountryconferences.com

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Create an imaginative cardboard vessel to race others throughout the 2022 Through the Chute Boat Race. Groups launch their creations to cheering spectators gathered alongside the banks of the Comal River on the Metropolis Tube Chute. The theme for the 2022 race and exhibit is “Water security: tips on how to recreate safely in and round water.” All groups should ll out an software. 10 a.m. $30 per workforce (early registration via April 10), $45 per workforce (late registration), registration deadline April 20. 830-221-4350. www.nbtexas.org/2536/thru-the-chute-boat-race

APRIL 07 CELEBRATE LOCAL STYLE Store native style throughout the New Braunfels Downtown Affiliation’s Vogue Plate & Sidewalk Sale. Attendees will have the ability to browse native distributors, watch a spring fashion present and luxuriate in lunch supplied by Krause’s Cafe and 2tarts Bakery. Then seize a drink and swag bag on the Huisache Grill. 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. $50 (per individual), $270 (desk of six). Krause’s Cafe, 148 S. Castell Ave., New Braunfels. www.playinnewbraunfels.com 09 HUNT FOR EGGS BY NIGHT Be part of the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Division for a night egg hunt. Members should deliver their very own ashlight and basket to gather eggs hidden round Cypress Bend Park, and kids might be divided into age teams for the search. Pre-registration solely. 7:45- 8:45 p.m. $8 (per individual). 503 Peace St., New Braunfels. 830-221-4350. www.nbtexas.org/parks 09 BLAST OFFWITH SCIENCE Aspiring rocket scientists can be a part of the Headwaters on the Comal to take part on this Saturday SEAM (science, engineering, artwork, math) collection at which they are going to make water rockets, stomp rockets, Kool-Assist rockets and PVC rockets.

This program is designed for youngsters in kindergarten via third grade. 10- 11 a.m. $3 (Headwaters member youth: supporter and contributor stage), $4 (Headwaters member youth: household stage), $5 (common admission). Headwaters on the Comal, 333 E. Klingemann St., New Braunfels. 830-608-8937. www.headwatersatthecomal.com 09 THROUGH 10 LEARN ABOUT LOCAL HERITAGE Throughout Folkfest New Braunfels, attend- ees can watch dwelling historical past re-enact- ments, hearken to dwell music, take part in kids’s crafts and tour the Museum of Texas Handmade Furnishings. Spon- sored by the Heritage Society of New Braunfels, proceeds from the occasion will benet the Museum of Texas Handmade Furnishings and its historic preservation eorts. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. April 9-10. Free (kids age 6 and youthful), $10 (visitors over 6). 1370 Church Hill Drive, New Braunfels. 830-629-6504. www.texashandmadefurniture.com/ folkfest 09 THROUGH 10 CELEBRATE LOCOMOTIVES Prepare lovers of all ages can be taught extra about locomotives throughout the annual New Braunfels Prepare Present. Distributors from across the nation might be in attendance,

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The stretch of Elizabeth Avenue from Landa Park Drive to Hinman Island Drive that features a redirected driving route and new parking is slated to open on the finish of March, in response to David Ferguson, media and communications coordinator for the town of New Braunfels. The undertaking strikes earlier parking nearer to the Wurstfest grounds with Elizabeth Avenue rerouted alongside the northern facet of the lot close to the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Division’s oce and golf course. New Braunfels Utilities will con- tinue work on the part of Elizabeth Avenue that runs from the railroad intersection of Hinman Island Drive to West Torrey Road with an anticipated completion date of April 18 on the earliest, in response to Melissa Krause, chief strategic communications and safety ocer for NBU. The work is a part of the Castell

Conrads Lane/Kohlenberg Street intersection Following the demolition of the Con- rads Lane/Kohlenberg Street overpass, Texas Division of Transportation crews have been working to assemble a brand new underpass. The intersection will join the roads beneath a raised portion of I-35. Timeline: October 2021-summer 2022 Price: $63.8 million Funding supply : TxDOT

The rerouted portion of Elizabeth Avenue together with new parking is slated to open by the top of March. (Eric Weilbacher/Neighborhood Impression Newspaper)

Avenue 24-inch water line undertaking. NBU employed Spiess Development because the contractor to finish the development. Hinman Island Drive will stay closed because the bore pit has about 75% left to ll, Krause stated. Foot trac alongside Hinman Island Drive is allowed to entry the Comal River, and a con- struction replace is due in mid-April.

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ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF MARCH 24. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT NBFNEWSCOMMUNITYIMPACT.COM. is nearing completion. The undertaking will widen Goodwin Lane from two to a few lanes between FM 306 and Conrads Lane, set up sidewalks alongside the roadway, and conduct street and drainage enhancements on Conrads Lane. Development is slated to start in 2023 following utility relocation. Timeline: summer time 2022-25 Price: $21.4 million Funding supply : 2019 New Braunfels bond Design work on a $21.4 million undertaking on Goodwin Lane and Conrads Lane

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been ongoing since Might 2021. As soon as full, the undertaking is predicted to interchange ageing infrastructure and enhance water transmission capability and reliability, in response to NBU. For extra details about the undertaking and for different street closure updates, go to the NBU web site, www.nbutexas.com.

Starting in early March, a portion of Castell Avenue between Elm Road and Butcher Road will stay closed via April 11, in response to a press launch from New Braunfels Utilities. The closure is said to the continued Castell Avenue 24-Inch Water Line East Venture, which has

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EDUCATION BRIEFS

Information from Comal & New Braunfels ISDs

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Comal ISD Meets April 28 and Might 19 at 6 p.m. on the CISD District Workplace, 1404 N. I-35, New Braunfels. 830-221-2000 • www.comalisd.org New Braunfels ISD Meets April 11 and Might 9 at 7 p.m. on the NBISD Administration Heart, 1000 N. Walnut Ave., New Braunfels. 830-643-5705 • www.nbisd.org MEETINGSWE COVER ought to examine the challenges trainer vacancies trigger for varsity districts, in response to the letter, and develop suggestions to handle the problem. STATE HIGHLIGHT TEXAS In a March 7 letter to Texas Training Company Commissioner Mike Morath, Gov. Greg Abbott directed the TEA to create a activity power aimed toward addressing ongoing staffing shortages in public faculties. The duty power NUMBER TOKNOW board of trustees in February, and $4.5 million was allotted to fund the positions. 65 campus-level positions have been permitted by the Comal ISD

Faculty districts face particular schooling staffing challenges NEWBRAUNFELS & COMAL ISDS Officers are anticipating that their particular schooling departments will seemingly surpass their budgeted bills for the 2021-22 faculty yr. Throughout a Feb. 24 board assembly, Comal ISD employees gave an replace on difficulties in hiring speech language pathologists and diagnosticians. “Whereas now we have felt the best impression not too long ago, the staffing shortages have been an space of concern on the state and nationwide stage for over 10 years,” stated Kristen Lueck, assistant superintendent of curriculum and educational design for CISD. In January, the New Braunfels ISD board of trustees voted to increase the district’s contract with Trinity Training Companies to supply personnel to conduct particular edu- cation evaluations. Neither district supplied estimates for the price of these companies.

COST OF 4 BUSES EQUIPPED WITH AIR CONDITIONING: $439,000

INFLATION DRIVES

BUS PRICES The price of substitute buses rose considerably in latest months, and the district faces longer supply instances for autos.

14.21% enhance

$501,372

SOURCE: NEW BRAUNFELS ISD/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

NBISDfaces risingcosts for newbuses

NEWBRAUNFELS ISD Throughout a March 7 assembly, the New Braunfels ISD board of trustees mentioned a plan to buy 4 new faculty buses to interchange older autos within the fleet. The diesel buses can be outfitted with air-con and can be the identical mannequin bought by the district in 2021. Clint McClain, assistant superin- tendent of finance and operations for the district, stated the worth for the autos rose considerably since final yr attributable to inflation. Two corporations submitted quotes to supply the buses, and Longhorn

Bus Gross sales was the inexpensive choice with a quote of $501,372 for 4 autos. In 2021, the district paid $439,000 for 4 buses, McClain stated. “We purchased virtually the very same spec bus final yr, and it was $15,000 a bus lower than it’s proper now,” he stated. “You need to see inflation? There’s a very good instance there of it.” Board members are anticipated to vote on the acquisition in April, although if permitted by the board, the estimated time till supply of the autos might be eight-to- 9 months, McClain stated.

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Information from Comal County & New Braunfels

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Metropolis selects Ruy Lozano as its latest hearth chief NEWBRAUNFELS Town of New Braunfels on March 18 introduced that Ruy Lozano has been chosen as the following New Braunfels Hearth Division chief.

IS SERVICES TO UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS,

expertise of each candidates, however after cautious evaluate, Lozano was chosen as the perfect individual to guide the New Braunfels Hearth Division,” New Braunfels Metropolis Supervisor Robert Camareno stated in a press launch. Lozano has a bachelor’s diploma in communication, a Grasp of Enterprise Administration and is a veteran of the U.S. Military Reserves and can also be a Texas Fee on Hearth Safety Grasp Fireghter and Hearth Teacher.

INCLUDINGOUTREACH ANDPROGRAMMING. AND THAT’S SOMETHING THAT WE AT THE LIBRARY DOREALLYWELL.” GRETCHEN PRUETT, DIRECTOR OF THE NEW BRAUNFELS PUBLIC LIBRARY, AFTER THE LIBRARY RECEIVED THE ACHIEVEMENT OF EXCELLENCE IN LIBRARIES AWARD FOR THE SEVENTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR NUMBER TOKNOW hiring bonuses are being oered by the town of New Braunfels because the parks and recreation division seems to ll greater than 150 seasonal positions. Beginning pay is $12-$17 per hour for positions together with lifeguard, park ranger, camp counselor and extra. $250 HIGHLIGHTS COMAL COUNTY The county commissioners on March 24 permitted a modied burn ban for unincorporated areas of the county. The brand new ban went into eect at 6 a.m. on March 25 and can stay in eect for 90 days. In contrast to a conventional ban, county residents might be permitted to burn materials on days with greater than 25% humidity or when wind speeds are beneath 15 mph. NEWBRAUNFELS All through April, autos operated by Roadway Asset Companies LLC will drive all roads inside New Braunfels to New Braunfels Metropolis Council Meets April 11 and 25 at 6 p.m. at 550 Landa St., New Braunfels 830-221-4000 • www.nbtexas.org Comal County Commissioners Courtroom Meets April 7, 14, 21 and 28 at 8:30 a.m. at 100 Major Plaza, New Braunfels • 830-221-1100 www.co.comal.tx.us MEETINGSWE COVER gather knowledge about street situations, in response to a metropolis press launch. The autos are outfitted with digital cameras that can gather pictures of pavement and transportation- associated infrastructure that might be used to create a digital picture stock the town can use to prioritize avenue repairs.

Ocials started a nationwide search after former metropolis Hearth Chief Patrick O’Connell retired in September. O’Connell labored in public service for 28 years. After greater than ve months of looking performed in partnership with Strategic Authorities Sources, an govt recruitment rm, two candidates have been named as nalists for the place and visited New Braunfels for in-person interviews and group excursions in March. Lozano, a 25-year veteran of the Houston Hearth Division the place he was an assistant re chief, and Gregory Rodgers, present assistant re chief for the town of Schertz who has served within the re service for 39 years, have been the nalists. “We have been impressed with the qualications and

Ruy Lozano

The NBFD is predicted to open two new re stations this yr, Camareno stated, and has plans to proceed rising because the inhabitants grows. “I’m excited to be part of the town’s prospering future, whereas defending New Braunfels as a nationwide treasure,” Lozano stated within the launch.

Animal advisory board postpones pet gross sales ordinance NEWBRAUNFELS Throughout a March 3 board assembly, members of the New Braunfels Animal Companies Advisory Board postponed a recom- mendation to Metropolis Council relating to a proposed ordinance that may regulate the industrial sale of canine and cats inside metropolis limits. The choice was made following greater than an hour of dialogue performed in closed session wherein board members and metropolis sta eval- uated 4 potential choices for the ordinance, stated Christopher Looney, planning and growth companies director for the town. “The board determined that they needed to take just a little extra time to look at some other choices that is perhaps on the market at a subsequent assembly,” Looney stated. “Simply to ensure that no matter they suggest is legally sound.” Residents have shared considerations about animals sourced from com- mercial breeders at latest council and animal companies advisory board conferences, specically relating to the not too long ago opened Puppyland retailer, and the potential eects of not regulating animal gross sales regionally. In the end, any metropolis ordinance that’s adopted have to be enforceable, comprehensible to residents and authorized, Looney stated.

FUNDING THE PURCHASE The New Braunfels Financial Growth Corp. will present roughly $2.18 million in gross sales tax income to the town of New Braunfels to buy the Union Pacic property.

Whole measurement: 3.62 acres

Roughly $409,000 for design work

Roughly $250,000 in authorized bills

Roughly $1.5million to buy property

SOURCE: CITY OF NEW BRAUNFELSCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Commissioners approve proposedNBEDC expenditure associated toUnionPacic web site

COMAL COUNTY Throughout a March 17 Commissioners Courtroom assembly, commissioners permitted a undertaking expenditure by the New Braunfels Financial Growth Corp. to fund the creation of a brand new Union Pacic rail yard. Union Pacic operates a rail yard between South Castell Avenue and Hill Avenue in downtown New Braunfels, stated Je Jewell, director of financial and group growth for New Braunfels. Town has been working to amass the property and relocate the rail yard forward of the deliberate South Castell Avenue redevelop- ment undertaking, Jewell stated. “As a part of this negotiation that’s been actually happening for a number of years, Union Pacic must have a brand new web site,” Jewell stated.

“They personal property in Comal County that they’ve identied that they want to relocate their yard services to.” Forward of relocating, Union Pacic would want to conduct design work for the brand new property. Ought to the rail yard be moved to the brand new location, the NBEDC is contemplating an expenditure of not more than $2.18 million to amass the downtown web site and to assemble the brand new rail yard. Union Pacic has identied a property on Bunker Road in Comal County as a possible new location for its facility, Jewell stated. County approval is required as a result of the undertaking is outdoors of the NBEDC jurisdiction, Jewell stated, and the court docket voted unani- mously in favor.

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2022

L O C A L V O T E R G U I D E GUIDE Candidates and data for native elections

COMPILED BY LAUREN CANTERBERRY & ERIC WEILBACHER

D A T E S T O Ok N O W April 25 First day of early voting

W H E R E T O V O T E

Might 7 Election day Might 7 Final day to obtain poll by mail (or Might 9 if provider envelope is postmarked by 7 p.m. at location of election)

Comal and Guadalupe counties are vote heart counties, which means residents can vote at any early voting location of their county and at any voting heart on election day. Early voting areas might be discovered on the county’s election web site.

April 26 Final day to use for poll by mail (obtained, not postmarked) Might 3 Final day of early voting

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CANDIDATE INFO

Get to know the candidates operating within the election

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Incumbent

NewBraunfels Metropolis Council, District 1

NewBraunfels ISD, at giant

ANDRES CAMPOSDELGADO

WES CLARK

Occupation: space supervisor, Fortune 10 firm Related expertise: 10+ years of management, undertaking manage- ment and coverage determination making expertise in a Fortune 10 Firm 830-660-8992 • acamposnb@gmail.com

Occupation: president of Rocky Hill Gear Leases Related expertise: at-large board of trustees member for 9 years wesclark@rockyhill.co

JIMMY VALLEJO DELGADO

MATTHEW SARGENT

Occupation: CEO of BlackLetter Enterprise Consulting, a Delgado Paradigm Corp. Related expertise: I’ve, since about 1980, interacted with metropolis leaders as I noticed them on the time and on numerous points together with these involving faculty district insurance policies and the actions of ocials. 210-954-7412 • jimmy.electjimmydelgado2022@gmail.com

Occupation: electrical engineer Related expertise: 15 years, earlier NBISD board of trustees member msargent13@yahoo.com

MEGAN STRATEMANNWILLIS

SUZANNE KASEY LYNN

Occupation: electrical distribution designer senior Related expertise: I’m a fth technology New Braunfels na- tive who bleeds blue and is captivated with our college district. I’m a 1998 graduate of New Braunfels Excessive Faculty, a mom of future NBISD graduates and are available from an extended record of Unicorn graduates, a household of academics and civil servants. I’ve labored within the municipal electrical utility eld for over 18 years and under- stand the accountability of managing a finances and representing our group with integrity. Bachelor’s diploma from Texas A&M College and Grasp’s in Enterprise Administration from Texas A&M College-Commerce. 830-875-0654 • willis4nbisd@gmail.com

Occupation: COBRA specialist/advertising and marketing marketing consultant Related expertise: hospitality administration, undertaking manage-

ment, public relations and undertaking coordination 830-488-7212 • suzielynnforccd1@gmail.com

NewBraunfels Metropolis Council, District 2

FABIAN CASTILLO DEALVA

Occupation: at the moment serving in United States Marine Corps, retiring March 2023 Related expertise: no political oce ever held, however I’m very excited in serving to the place I can sooner or later; expertise in person- nel administration and nance administration within the service 972-762-0224 • fabiandealva@yahoo.com

JAMES RANDY LENARD

Occupation: small-business proprietor, management and strategic plan- ning marketing consultant, Tasman Sharp & The Ripsnorters band supervisor Related expertise: Husband to Rebecca Kaufmann Lenard, father of three. BA in communication from Texas A&M College, MA in management research from College of Texas, international govt MBA from the College of Miami. 21+ years serving as a frontrunner of Marines in peace and in fight, lieutenant colonel, USMC. 830-660-3971 • nb.randylenard@gmail.com www.fb.com/voterandylenard

CHRISTOPHER WILLIS

Occupation: retired Related expertise: U.S. Military Airborne infantry mortarman veteran with one deployment abroad. A level in social science/ psychology and legal justice—regulation enforcement with a minor in forensic psychology. A profession within the legal justice eld with coaching as a police ocer, juvenile probation ocer and disaster negotiator. Served on a number of boards and committees in and across the metropolis and volunteered across the metropolis during the last 16 years. 512-710-7703 • vote4willis@gmail.com

NewBraunfels ISD, District 1

KEITH SMITH

MORGAN RENAUD

Occupation: common contractor Related expertise: 28 years, present NBISD board member okay.d.smith3006@sbcglobal.web

Occupation: early childhood and grownup ministry coordinator Related expertise: early childhood ministry trainer, eight earlier years in administration positions, BA in communication 210-791-2113 • renaudfornbisdschoolboard@gmail.com

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Comal ISD, District 6

AMANDA JONES

AMBER BRACEGIRDLE

Occupation: dietary territory supervisor for Nestle Well being Science Related expertise: Comal Ahead Bond Committee 2019-20 voteforjones2022@gmail.com • www.voteforjones2022.com

Occupation: co-founder and chief model ocer of Mediavine Related expertise: I maintain a bachelor’s in social sciences with con- centration in schooling. amber@ambeforcisd.com • www.amberforcisd.com

Comal ISD, District 7

DAVID KRAWCZYNSKI

STEPHEN GALLETS

Occupation: retired, do some substituting; I do volunteer charity work for the Backyard Ridge Lions Membership Related expertise: Six years as a certied trainer within the state of Texas. I served within the Military Corps of Engineers. 254-366-9018 • galleste@sbcglobal.web

Occupation: manager-global cloud companies at Rackspace Related expertise: OpenStack Basis board member from 2020-21; metropolis of Backyard Ridge, fee chair since 2017 210-620-7289 • dkforschoolboard@gmail.com www.dkfrschoolboard.com

KAILA STOVALL

ORLANDO DONA

Occupation: highschool ELAR trainer certied 7-12 Related expertise: I’ve labored with academics, help sta, directors, and central oce workers as a trainer and know the ins and outs of how faculties run. 210-478-9424 • kailaforcomal@gmail.com

Occupation: Air Pressure veteran and retired educator Related expertise: U.S. Air Pressure as a lieutenant colonel and with 22 years in schooling on the secondary and school ranges—now retired honorably from Comal ISD. 619-884-5973 • comalteacher@gmail.com

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