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Tonight’s 6pm. City Council meeting will include a presentation on Transparency and Open Government, presented by Assistant City Manager Kristi Aday.

Two events Sunday to remember the fallen from the attacks on the U.S.A. on September 11th, 2001.

New residents can learn about native landscaping – in four-part workshop beginning Oct. 1st. at Comal County/Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office,

New Braunfels Fire Fighters hit the street corners in their districts today; raising funds in the annual Fill the Boot fundraising campaign to help the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). PLEASE WATCH FOR THEM, AND DRIVE SAFE.

This Saturday, you’re invited to a Boot scootin’good time at the CRRC Rec Center to help raise funds for the new to the CRRC Expansion Program. 

The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce announced today that the Leadership New Braunfels class of 2017 has been selected and approved with 31 business representatives making the roster.

There is still time to make a prize winning pickle or jelly entry for the Comal County Fair. If you need help on ideas or the “how-to’s;” there’s a workshop this weekend just for you.

Neighbors on Comal Avenue called 911 late Friday night, to report a male outside a residence making noise, banging on a neighbor’s door, and possibly slashing tires. That according to New Braunfels Police officials, who say they were called at 11:55pm. Friday for a disturbance where the parties involved all knew each other.

The second public hearing on the proposed tax rate is done, and all that’s left for this year’s budget process, it to formally adopt the Fiscal Year 2016-17 budget and effective tax rate at the next City Council meeting.

Schools in New Braunfels ISD are hosting open house events in the coming weeks for parents and students. Officials explain, these events will allow parents to tour the school, attend a PTA meeting, and meet the school staff and administration.

Following a series of budget workshops and one public hearing on the City’s Fiscal Year 2017/17 budget, City Council will welcome public comments tonight, on the proposed property tax rate and plan for municipal services.

New Braunfels Police investigating the death of a Church Hill Middle School student, yesterday announced there was no foul play suspected in that death.

A bystander at the Guadalupe River roped a man caught in the hydraulics of the Old Mill Dam Saturday afternoon, pulling him from the treacherous water, and to safety. That, according to New Braunfels Fire Department officials who advise they arrived just as the man was being pulled to shore. 

The Library will open to the public at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 7th to accommodate staff training sessions that morning. Morning programs on Wednesday are canceled, but afternoon and evening programs will be held as scheduled.