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Posted on: March 15, 2019

City Council District 5 Citizen Forum - 2019 Bond Program

New Braunfels City Council District 5 Councilmember/Mayor Pro Tem Wayne Peters will host a citizen forum on Monday, April 1st, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m., in the Tejas Room at New Braunfels City Hall. City Hall is located at 550 Landa Street.

            Residents are encouraged to attend the forum that includes a presentation by City Manager Robert Camareno on the 2019 Bond Program propositions that will appear on the May 4th ballot.  Four propositions will appear on that ballot: Transportation Infrastructure (streets, etc.), Parks & Recreation, Public Safety Facilities and Library Facilities.

            Mayor Pro Tem Peters noted, “The last day to submit an application to register to vote in this election is Thursday, April 4th so this is a timely opportunity to learn about the projects on the upcoming ballot and make plans to vote in this important election.”

            Early Voting will be held at the Comal County Elections Office, located at 396 N. Seguin Avenue, on the following dates:

•            Monday, April 22:  8am-5pm

•            Tuesday, April 23:  8am-5pm

•            Wednesday, April 24:  7am-7pm

•            Thursday, April 25:  8am-5pm

•            Friday, April 26:  8am-5pm

•            Saturday, April 27:  9am-1pm

•            Monday, April 29:  7am-7pm

•            Tuesday, April 30:  8am-5pm 

Election Day Voting will be held on Saturday, May 4th from 7am-7pm at the following locations:

•            District 1:  Westside Community Center @ 2932 S IH35

•            District 2:  First Church of the Nazarene @ 210 W Klein Rd

•            District 3:  Seele Elementary School @ 540 Howard St

•            District 4:  Faith United Church of Christ @ 970 N Loop 337

•            District 5:  Lamar Elementary School @ 240 N. Central Ave

•            District 6:  Walnut Springs Elementary School @ 1900 S Walnut

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