VOLUME 3, ISSUE 3 FEB. 11MARCH 8, 2020
A NEW P T E N A T R CREATING
The historic River Mill, slated to become a mixed-use development, is in a Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) approved by the city of New Braunfels.
The existing complex is 331,056 SQUARE FEET
Development will cover 35 ACRES OF THE 71.6 ACRES included in the TIRZ
Mill originally constructed in 1923
TIRZ will cover 71.6 ACRES
LAUREN CANTERBERRYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER
SOURCE: TXP INC.COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER
The Winter Shelter at 109 Rosa Parks Drive has sheltered about 65 people since opening Dec. 28 and will continue operating until Feb. 25. The Resources for local homeless are expanding BY WARREN BROWN
shelter provides a safe place to sleep during winter months but also pro- vides key insights into the local home- less population’s growing needs. The shelter—funded by the McK- enna Foundation and operated by Connections Individual & Family Ser- vices in partnership with the Comal County Homeless Coalition—is the only homeless resource of its type in Comal County and is a stepping stone to future facilities. CONTINUED ON 28
Cowboy and Mark Boehringer are experiencing homelessness in New Braunfels. They have been guests at the Winter Shelter. (Photo by Warren Brown/Community Impact Newspaper).
‘These projects are culturally sensitive to our community’
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