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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 19, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Texas ex tt Mitch womble fccyc Jtexfts 75 Settlement looms in Village West Inside JACKSON Residents of one of the lake areas largest sub Canyon Lake Village apparently have settled their differences with developer Tom Property owners were informed in a letter dated 13 that after approximately three years of the recreational facilities in that subdivision will become the property of the Documents finalizing the settlement have not yet been according to the Comal County District Clerks Judge Fred Moore of the 274h District court has presided over the civil Despite the transfer of ownership from Tom Sheridan to the Canyon Lake Village West Property Owners apparently has been approved by all parties con AH recreational including the swimming tennis courts and park area will be purchased from Sheridan for Sheridan originally approached the residents and offered to sell the facilities for many times that In a similar property owners of Canyon Lake an older subdivision in the purchased the swimming pool and clubhouse in their area last Village West residents balked at the feeling that the facilities should already have been as amenities which were built to attract prospective Sheridan said they belonged to as and if they were not purchased by the property he could either sell them to someone else or close them Sheridan became involved with the residents in another matter when a condominium project was built on land adjacent to Unit 5 of Canyon Lake Village West and part of it was situated on property restricted to singlefamily Canyon Lake as lender on the filed a lawsuit to have the deed restrictions lifted to allow sale of the con and the lawsuit involved Ivan Peyton as builder and Sheridan as developer of the Property owners voted to contest the deed restriction claiming that it would devaluate adjoining In the the residents agreed to allow deed changes on one lot and in exchange would acquire a court order restricting lots 541 and formerly unrestricted and planned for townhouse to be restricted for single family development In Sheridan agreed to sell the residents the recreational facilities for instead of the See VILLAGE Page 16A Todays Weather Comal County forecast calls for cold and periods of drizzle or light rain Probability of rain is GO percent today and and 70 percent Winds will be from the northeast at 1015 rnph today and Sunset will be at and sunrise Thursday will Rangers Clean Up The Smithson Valley Rangers destroyed the Bandera Bulldogs Tuesday taking both games of the The Rangers won 6431 while the girls slipped by In the only other local basketball the Lockhart Lions defeated See Page 6 New Jrift Braunfels New Texas 13 Zeituiw WEDNESDAY January 1983 25 cents 36 Pages Sections USPS 377880 Economy dealt another blow WASHINGTON AP The crippled by recession from start to declined percent in the sharpest drop since a new government report indicated the economy as measured by or gross national product was falling even at an annual rate of in the justended fourth quarter after rising slightly in the previous six the report The decline for all of 1982 was more than four times the percent drop during the 1980 the most recent previous national business down Real GNP rose percent in The fourthquarter though discouraging news on the was mostly discounted in advance by analysts who said the economy is now growing again in the first quarter of They said that rather than producing new many business managers were selling off inventory stockpiles in the OctoberDecember thus setting the stage for production gains to Whatever 1983 todays Commerce Department figures capped a sour 1982 in which slow sales and high interest rates caused companies to cut output and lay off millions of pushing the nations unemployment rate to a 42year high of The years decline in real GNP which measures the total output of goods and services was the biggest drop since the percent of when big industry was gearing down from the or GNP dropped to trillion for todays report Before adjusting for inflation that without discounting increases in output value due only to higher prices GNP rose percent to the report The report also said a GNPlinked inflation measure covering everything that goes into the gross national product rose 6 percent for the down from the percent of fourth the report real GNP declined to an annual rate of adjustment for output rose percent to a rate of The inflation called the GNP implicit price rose at an annual rate of percent in the down from the third quarters 5 NBHS students air protests against drugsniffing dogs New Braunfels school board members were surprised Tuesday night to learn that a portion of the student body at New Braunfels High School feels betrayed by the use of sniffer dogs on their A few teachers and couple dozen student from the high school appeared before the board to protest the use of sniffer dogs at their According to a memo written by Principal John Turman to the continued use of the dogs is not in the best interest of the student which feels Hendricks quickly read the memo aloud at Tuesdays meeting at the request of Rick who serves as student member to the school Hendricks would not release the memo saying that the board had instructed him not It shouldnt have been read in the first it was a private memo and not for Hendricks The thing that bother not being said who spoke on behalf of the student It just seems like the drug problem is so minimal that the dogs are an See Page 16A Search turns up very few drugs Sniffer dogs have searched New Braunfels High School twice since the district authorized the But contrary to only small amounts of drugs or alcohol showed up in these teachers and students from the high school are quite over rumors that the searches resulted in large finds of heroin and But none of these rumors were Hendricks pointed out in a report to the school board Very little was found in the two sevenhour searches conducted this month at the high school by representatives and sniffer dogs from Security Associates Hendricks Nothing was found from a search of New See Page 16A Cage star Stall photo by Cindy Richardson Budding basketball player Shauna displays intense concentration as the Her impromptu dribbling exhibition came during halftime of a recent Its now official NBISD bond issue scheduled February 12 By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer Tuesday Don Bedford made a sizeable The New Braunfels Independent School District trustee moved that the district put a million bond issue before the voters on Other board members unanimously endorsed Bedfords which was seconded by Bill Of the approximately million would go toward the construction of a new elementary school south of Approximately million would go toward airconditioning all of the districts schools presently not The remaining money would be used to expand and renovate current campuses and build a new administrative This bond issue is according to the districts administration and districthired ar to meet NBISDs present and future The districts longrange planning which disbanded last and architects and planners from the Austin architectural firm of Jessen and have predicted that the districts population will increase by as much as 50 percent by Hendricks could not say exactly what the million would do to NBISD taxes other than to increase It depends on the property he said in an interview during a break at Tuesdays board A lot of it will have to do with the revaluations done by the Comal County Central Appraisal Taxes will go no way to pay off a 22 year bond issue without raising taxes in some Hendricks But its hard to say how After the board set the bond election trustees went into executive session to discuss among other topics Hendricks annual Hendricks which runs through was not up for But according to district each year the board evaluates the superintendents Following an approximate 30minute discussion in closed trustees in open session took no action concerning Hendricks After the board had Margy president of the said that Hendricks had been given high marks by who said that the board told him lie was doing satisfactory noted that his evaluation was not just on his performance but reflects the entire school In other trustees approved in district funds to be used to upgrade the irrigation system on the athletic CISD update Trustees briefed on Encino tax lawsuits By DEBBIE PeLOACH Staff writer Status reports on several major issues before the Comal Independent School District board of trustees Tuesday night turned up some new information but not On the Encino Park deannexation Edgar Willhelm announced notice of appeal had been given to the Com missioner of That appeal is based on the Bexar County Commissioners Court goahead for En cino Park to detach from CISD to Nor theast Independent School District in San We now have 60 days from 13 to file a petition on our behalf with the and he then will have 30 days to set a hearing Willhelm adding realistically the hearing probably wont be held until late March or In a status report of legal action with General Portland and Texas In dustries Willhelm a trial date for was requested in Comal County in District Court for February the judge has not answered that request Depositions will be taken in the case in and the district will be notified of a trial date in the he The two industries owe the school district over in unpaid The Quo Warranto based on the boards desire to go from nine to seven is also CISD At torney Lonnie Chunn has met with District Attorney Bill and a Waiver of Citation was signed Tuesday night by each board The Quo Warranto basically means that a judge will tell us what to do to get to seven Willhelm Trustees hope the judge will approve of an April 1983 based on the following structure The school district shall elect one trustee next year for a term expiring in At the 1984 the school district shall elect three who shall draw lots so that two serve for terms expiring in and one serves for a term expiring in at each subsequent the school district shall either elect two or three trustees as appropriate for a board of seven trustees with staggered terms of three This procedure was approved by the present trustees by a 71 vote on Willhelm said Wednesday See Page 16A Weather halts dredging project after auspicious beginning Early in Parks Director Court Thieleman said the worst thing that can happen to us is the reflecting on the proposed dredging relief for two Landa Lake Tuesday steady rain helped Thieleman prove his The dredging project was given lastminute approval 14 by the Fort Worth District Corps of and began It started raining which hasnt made the task any and in put a halt to the dredging operation after lunch We wont be pulling any silt out Thieleman said Wednesday well be exploring other ways to get equipment into the Well also be measuring mud depths in the Steel rods were placed into the channels to measure the depth of mud above the eventual In some the mud is five feet In its only one and the bottom varies with the pockets of Thieleman The mud in the channel between the main park area and the peninsula with the circular drive has hindered the success of the frontend which were in the channel pushing silt over to the bank where the gradall was The a machine with a bucket on an worked along the channel bank backward from the mouth of the lake beautifully Thieleman Id say we cleared out a trench about 2025 feet parallel with the and the channel is about five or six feet deeper where we From about the footbridge to the mouth of the lake is just he But that arm only reaches so and we have to come up with some way to get the rest of the silt over to the bank where the gradall is set But rain and mud arent the only concerns See Page 16A
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