Monthly Archives: November 2011
National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW) is a national observance that was established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 2005 to highlight the importance of continuing influenza vaccination—as well as fostering greater use of flu vaccine—after … Continue reading
City Councilman David Scagliola presented a check for $3,074 to City Manager John Kessel on behalf of two founders of the Friends of Northern Schertz Parks group during a council meeting November 29. Debbie Bell and Wendy Swan … Continue reading
One of the most beloved traditions in Schertz drew a good crowd and television news crews Tuesday when the Christmas Tree lighting was held. Mayor Hal Baldwin threw the switch to turn on hundreds of bright lights on the giant … Continue reading
Schertz businesswoman Angela King will be featured in the January Schertz Magazine. Her company, Angela King Designs, makes cheerleader costumes for pro team including many in the NFL and NBA. Read her story in the January issue.
The 6:00 PM Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in front of City Hall, Bldg. No. 1. tonight marks the official start of the Holiday Season in Schertz. Come by and get in the holiday spirit. The City Council meeting will begin … Continue reading
At approximately 1523 hours, an 18-wheeler transporting a crane was hit by a Union Pacific train at the intersection of FM 3009 and FM 78. The train was travelling west towards Universal City. According to witnesses on the scene, the … Continue reading
A City of Schertz project has been named a Gold Medal Winner by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Texas. The Live Oak Water Plant Expansion project by Ford Engineering Inc. was named one of 13 Gold … Continue reading
The Tuesday, November 22, City Council meeting has been cancelled. The next City Council meeting will be Tuesday, November 29, and will begin following the 6:00 PM Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in front of City Hall, Bldg. No. 1.
Woodland Oaks Park has $12,000 worth of new playground equipment and a fresh new look (top photo), said Parks Foreman Mike Trainor. The original playground equipment (bottom photo) dated back to the 1980s and the city took over the park … Continue reading
Officials from Schertz, Seguin, New Braunfels and the University of Texas at San Antonio cut a ribbon Thursday, November 17, for the UTSA Small Business Development of Center at 800 W. San Antonio Street in New Braunfels. The office … Continue reading