Comal County Tax Office closes temporarily after employee tests positive for COVID-19
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas The Comal County Tax Office will be closed through at least the end of the week as the building is sanitized and deep cleaned after an employee reported testing positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, according to a press release from city officials. Meanwhile, businesses around New Braunfels and Gruene continue to temporarily shutter their doors as new cases of COVID-19 emerge in the area. 2 popular Gruene restaurants, 1 New Braunfels bakery temporarily close after employees test positive for COVID-192tarts reopened Thursday after a part-time employee at the bakery tested positive earlier this week. Mozies and Gristmill River Restaurant, two popular restaurants in the area, are both still closed after employees at both eateries indicated that they had tested positive for COVID-19. Four new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Comal County on Wednesday, bringing the total to 141, according to the press release.
2 popular Gruene restaurants, 1 New Braunfels bakery temporarily close after employees test positive for COVID-19
New Braunfels Two popular restaurants in Gruene and a local bakery in New Braunfels arent taking any chances after employees tested positive for COVID-19. Gristmill River Restaurant & Bar announced on social media that they would be closing temporarily to sanitize and clean the restaurant. They announced on June 3 were closed to clean and sanitize after an employee notified them they tested positive for COVID-19. A posting on social media does not state when they will reopen back up. In New Braunfels, 2Tarts Bakery also closed to do additional cleaning and sanitizing after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
This Day in Weather History: June 10th
On this day in 2010, 7 to 12 inches of rainfall fell around South Texas in just under 18 hours. As a result, the Guadalupe River flooded its banks and swept away homes, businesses, and roads around New Braunfels and Gruene. Pictures are courtesy of the National Weather Service Austin/San Antonio.