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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 13, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas                                Paxas crop i Commissioners take look at 83 budget By JACQUELINE SMITH Why dont we look it Over ourselvtoul Bond also T think itrf By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer Comal Commissioners got their first glance at the countys 1983 wish book Monday That wish as Monroe Wetz termed was the proposed 1983 Soon after hed handed out copies of the preliminary 1983 budget to Commissioners County Auditor Bate Bond began explaining the He soon quit ex at the request of Charles Tart along with County Judge Max did not wish to publicly discuss the budget until commissioners had r chance to study Why dont we look it over come to Bate Bond if We have any quesstions Mund I personally fee like it would be bet I could thumb through it the budget first and when I come to anything that I dont feel is put a question mark beside Mund V I dont want it put in the paper that this is what were working on in terms of possible salary increases and granting revenue Mund until we know Judge Wommack agreed with I didnt intend for this to be a said who explained that the court needed time to review the Bond also I think itd be a little premature to get information into the newspaper of this thing Mondays budget discussion was but the first in a series of such From now until July thecourt will hear recommendations from Wommack con cerning the proposed Tim court administrative said the final 1983 budget will not be up for adoption until the end of Bond did not yet have a total tabulated figure for all budget requests hed received from various county He did that the department requests made for the 1983 were more than those made in last years The 1082 total budget amounted to And the auditor did have totals for 1983 federal revenue As of July county agencies had requested in revenue Un f the county has only been promised which is short of what has been Those agencies which requested revenue sharing funds and the amounts requested included the Senior Citizen Home Care for Senior Service Mental HealthMental Tye Preston Memorial Citizens Task Force on Aging Juvenile Center Teen Dittlinger Memorial and Solid Waste Control Board for In the five county fire ments also made requests for federal These Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire which Bulverde Spring Branch Bexar Bulverde Spring Branch and Bracken Bond told commissioners that he doesnt yet have the county income figures because I havent yet gotten the information from the tax appraisal He said he expects Glenn chief New Braunfels New Texas HcraldZeituno 136 v 14 Pages See Page TUESDAY July 1982 USPS 377880 Herrera TEC rules fired policeman due Hitchin a ride Summertime means bicycle and whats a bicycle ride if a guy cant take his best friend along Darrell Schacht of Staff photo by John Senter 1380 Cross shows Hazel the town as he pedals down By HENRY KRAUSSE Staff writer A Texas Employment Commission appeals tribunal ruled in favor of fired police Domingo clearing the way for him to receive unemployment who was fired 19 for the alleged theft of from a charity fund drive denied stealing the money and applied for unemployment The city fought the which was disqualified March but didnt contest the tribunal which came June An appeals deadline of July 2 passed without further city City said Herrera wduld receivei his unemployment checks from the which in turn would the He didnt know how much money was involved no bills were received at city hall as of Tuesday he City Attorney Irvin Boarnet said he hadnt read the tribunal report and therefore couldnt comment immediately on whether the ruling could strengthen Herreras case against the shouldHerrera decide to take New Braunfels to Boarnet said his office has received no indication Herrera has filed suit against the city or is planning Police Chief Burney Boeck fired Herrera on the basis of a polygraph or lie detector but the 12year police veteran was not arrested for misdemeanor theft and was later no billed for any felony by a Comal County grand City Council supported the decision as an administrative function of the police amid cries for his reinstatement from an ad hoc Committee for Justice led by Aguinaldo Nay o Zamora in March and Zamora distributed copies of the appeals ruling to the press at Mondays Council meeting after asking Council members if they knew of the TEC Council members said they Herrdras failure to pass a polygraph examination is not proof of his theft of any the tribunal Since the claimant Herrera has denied under was no firsthand testimony presented at the hearing to dispute it is held that the claimant was discharged for reasons other than workrelated At the tribunal the city submitted an affidavit or sworn statement from Herreras accusing but the name of the ac cusing witness was not furnished his name was cut out the as were the names of the other in dividuals who were in the room at the time the money was the report Boeck has stated in previous in terviews he wouldnt release the accusers name for fear of Boeck also would not say whether the accusing witness was a fellow police The signed by appeals referee Dick included a See Page 14 man identified asGanyon Lakevictim Inside Allstar games By DYANNE FRY Staff writer Despite the efforts of a nearby camper and the Canyon Lake Emergency Medical George Rentera died of drowning Saturday The 20yearold San Antonio resident was pulled unconscious from Canyoa Lake between 3 and 4 given cardiopulmonary resuscitation and rushed by am bulance to McKenna Memorial where he was pronounced dead by a doctor at approximately Rentera fell into the lake just offshore at Potters Creek said Comal County Sheriffs investigator Pat It was a party out of San An said This one guy was wading around in the water See Page 14 The New Braunfels allstars will meet the Locknart allstars in round two at 8 See page 9 67 TV Parks board moves approves Hinman plan City buys computer system The city will spend over the next three years to lease purchase a computer and soft ware programs for police and fire department records and for accounting and financial uses at city City Council authorized a three year leasepurchase arrangement for an NCR 9020 computer after listening to a report from the citys computer George on Total cost will be in cluding peripherals like a Bensmiller PoliceFire software package and a Management Information Service System The first Of three payments will be most of it coming from federal revenue sharing City Manager Delashmutt said he wasnt sure when the com puter would be operational like the planning that went into the bidding and final the city was going to move at a indepth Ninety percent of the work I do for municipalities involves trouble because they dont take the planned Weinberger a professor at Southwest Texas State will be retained as a consultant for a not to exceed a His consultant for work which began in was Of the 37 companies that first expressed an interest in supplying the citys computer bids were received from seven of Weinberger Training of city personnel is part of the but after a year the city may want to hire a Delashmutt He gave credit for most of the work to Weinberger and city Finance Director Jim Its an excellent Ive asked a lot of Its one of the biggeststeps the city has taken for the Delashmutt Weinberger said he was im pressed with the NCRs application software in the areas of Its one of the most powerful software packages for this size HENRY KRAUSSE By DEBBIE TURNER Staff writer If the Hinman Island Redevelopment Project falls through this indecision on the part of the citys Parks and Recreation Advisory Board wont be to In less than 30 minutes Monday a site plan for redeveloping Hinman Island was discussed and approved by the under the guidance of Parks Director Don Simon and the citys administrative aide Court By way of months and months in 1980 were spent discussing people erosion at Hinman Island by the parks board and the Hinman Island Parks Improvements Com Everyone understood the problem It was right there before your board chairman Sharon Phair But no one could decide exactly what should be done about so not much got Monday night was a different hopefully with a much happier The site plan illustrated a retaining wall or bulkhead of metal plates faced with 2by12s of cedar or similar naturallooking treated for resistance to water and The wall would support a 10footwide jogging trail of crushed granite pebbles and contain waterside platform areas and three sets of steps leading into the Our biggest concern is people Jumping in the water doesnt hurt the river Its people climbing carving han dholds and grabbing Simon If we give people places to get in and out of the theyll use them especially since the wall will be about four to six feet higher than the water he rocks Jield in place by wire netting installed in have proven especially attractive to swimmers and tubers who want to climb out of the The wire is now much of the rock is gone and the water has carved inlets on both We would have to go 14 feet down to get to hard stuff for the river Simon told the We were told the steel should last over 100 and the wood 50 years in or out of the The site plan also showed two low walls of wood backed by dirt which would conform to the contours of the and help correct he bareearth wear and tear currently seen on the hillside bet ween the river and Hinman Island Playground equipment and picnic tables would be relocated to the newlylevel areas away from the If all this hints erosion thats But application for funds will be made to the Parks and Wildlife Department through recreational We may have erosion controls tucked away in this but they are only part of support facilities for the hike and bike Simon I guess thats said If you have a hike and bike trail along the you have to have a wall to support Everyone Money might pose a problem because local funding is except for the the city already has budgeted for bet terment of lands in city But the city apparently has an almost certain chance of getting matching funds from the Wildlife Thats why the parks boards recommendation to City Council included a request that local funding be as close to half of the total cost of the project as At todays were looking at around to finish the whole Simon told the recalling that the parks July 1 budget allocated for walk and for a sprinkler See Page 14   

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