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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 5, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                y m New pumps ease Village West water woes By SANDRA JACKSON Staff writer Residents of a Canyon Iake subdivision which has been suffering water problems should be able to shower again now that emergency improvements have been Ivan spokesman for Peyton En terprises said residents of Canyon Lake Village West located off FM 2673 between Sattler and Startzvtlle have plenty of water since he installed two new pumps in the well in that Peyton owns water systems in several Canyon Iwikearea Property owners in the one of the largest in the lake had been corn plaining of low water pressure or no water at Those living at high elevations said they were usually out of water every day from late morning until Signs popped up in front We have bad water problems and What problems no water president of the subdivisions property owners said The system has been in pretty bad and residents have been up in arms wanting the association to take I tell them that telephone calls backyard conversations will not accomplish a They need to put it in I have never been out of water but sometimes it takes 2n minutes for the com mode to Fearka Peyton thinks he has the problem It should be Ive spent enough money he saying that hihas raised the pumping capacity from 120 to 400 gallons per minute with the new Thursday was the first full day of operation of the I went over to look at the tanks during our peak period Peyton and the tank was He added that at that time of the tank was usually down to four or five feet and out of water by 6 I think we have enough water to meet the demand Peyton He feels he has not let the system deteriorate since taking over from developer Torn Sheridan three years I havent let it go like people he explaining that when he took over the it had one a and one backup well in adjoining Village Shores With improvements he has the system now has an improved a gallon storage tank and two pumps Some complaints have also been received regarding low water But Fearka agrees with Peyton that residents taking samples may not be performing that task If you get your finger in you can really mess up a Fearka As far as Peyton is the water is The system is and who lives in Village says I drink New Braunfels Mtw Texas 155 Zeituno O FRIDAY 25 cents 18 Pages 2 Sections USPS Dead mans curve on Hunter Road Commissioners would like the state to fix this railroad crossing County gets gloomy report on fixing 2 local roads Staff photo by John N By DAVID KING Staff writer Straightening and improving Hunter and Curry Creek roads remain a top priority for the Texas Department of Highways and Public But with just over million to spend in a IGcounty region and farmto market roads averaging per mile to Comal County will have to wait in line just like every other district engineer Raymond Stotzer told the commissioners court Its going to be very difficult to add roads until the funds Stotzer The recently passed increase in federal gasoline taxes will have little or no effect on the farmtomarket and ranch roads in Stotzer Less than seven percent of the tax funds designated for highways will go to the federally aided secondary system which includes the farmtomarket and ranch road All of the money designated could be used on Loop 1604 in San Stotzer Thats how little money is coming into So the system must operate on the same amount million that the Texas Legislature budgeted for it when the system was set up in the We have a billion investment thats just going to go down the tubes without Stotzer That road is loaded down and getting Commissioner Bill George He also agreed with a citizen at the meeting that the 90 degree turns are The engineer said the funds for his district for the next two years will have to be concentrated on a few Several Comal County residents and Bill George both expressed interest in the state extending FM 1102 from Hoffmann Lane all the way to Texas state maintenance ends near Hoffmann leaving the county to maintain a narrower road that crosses the MissouriKansasTexas railroad tracks at a dangerous angle and makes two 90 degree That road is loaded down and getting George He also agreed with a citizen at the meeting that the 90 degree turns are Plans discussed for the road would include discontinuing the railroad crossing and extending the road straight into The Curry Creek Road project in the far western corner of the county would be extended in Bexar and Kendall counties before any work was done in Comal Stotzer What Id like is a commitment from the counties to buy the rightofway before we the engineer Counties have to buy the rightofway for farmtomarket Junbo Evans added a pair of possible projects for the engineer to including the expansion of Bulverde Road from Texas 46 to 281 and Schoenthal There are three big subdivisions out Evans Unemployment takes nosedive WASHINGTON AP Americas civilian unemployment rate crashed through the double digit barrier to percent in July as a halfmillion people found the Department said Not since 1959 has unemployment plunged by as much half a percentage point in a single total civilian employment reached million last the highest The decline in the seasonally adjusted unem ployment rate from percent to percent broke a 10month string of doubledigit joblessness and returned unemployment to the level of June Since unemployment hit a postDepression peak of percent in with more than 12 million people the rate has retreated percentage point and million people have found Some Americans remained on the governments unemployment roster last An alternative unemployment combining the civilian labor force with the military fell to percent in duplicating the percentage point drop in the civilian The rapidly improving job market eased unem ployment woes across the spectrum of the civilian as many businesses rehired workers laid off during the long Both private and government economists have said they expect unemployment to decline steadily in the coming months as the business recovery picks up even more These analysts have that any sudden surge in interest rates Inside Todays Weather It wil be partly cloudy today and turning cloudy Saturday morning but back to partly clouds by the Winds will be from the southeast near 10 mph decreasing to 510 mph tonight and Probability of thunderstorms is 30 percent and 20 percent Sunset will be at and sunrise Saturday will be at Skids Greased The Houston Oilers displayed little offense much like last year in losing to the Baltimore Colts 150 Thursday night in an NFL exhibition Page 6A Cougar Speed The Canyon Track Clubs relay team doesnt want to go back to South next But give it a and who page could choke the recovers and lengthen unem ployment The percentage point drop came as the number of people searching for work fell by following a record MaytoJune increase of In testimony prepared for the congressional Joint Economic Janet com missioner of labor said todays report showed that the labor market has improved sub In employment increased markedly and unemployment registered its largest reduction since the recovery The plunge in the jobless rate was the greatest since national unemployment fell from percent to percent from November to A separate survey of private which is not used in the computation of the jobless showed that payroll employment grew by approximating the total turned up by government statisticians in the Census Bureaus survey of on which the unemployment rate is The million people with jobs eclipsed the previous record of million established in April Adult women benefited most from the improving labor the report as their jobless rate plunged from percent to Among who have been particularly hard hit by the business the jobless rate fell beneath the 20 percent level for the first time this year Among the various population the Juh jobless rates were See Page 10A CROSSWORD DEAR HOROSCOPES RELIGIOUS FOCUS SPORTS 38B 2B 28 2A 2A 10A 4A 5A 67A 10A 2B 3A Texas rate misleading DALLAS i APi Economic recovers in Texas is still on track despite unemployment figures released today that showed a slight increase in Department of Labor officials said Unemployment statistics on the 10 most populous states were released in Washington and revealed a climb in the seasonally adjusted rate for Texas unemployment from percent to percent The nationwide unemployment rate was down from 10 percent in Texas is the onls one of the 10 stales to show an increase for whatever thats which 1 dont think is in terms of economic said Bryan southwest regional commissioner for the Department of Labors Bureau of Labor Richey attributed the increase to the large number of students who sought summer This increase in July is placed primarily on the youth students coming into the work force to find parttime and 1 think more of them failed to find jobs this year than in the Richey 1 think were seeing an emphasis this year on recalling workers who have been laid off rather than providing backup jobs or extra jobs for youths while regular workers arc on he added Some might look on a threetenths of a percent See TEXAS Page 10A Selmas reputation brought up during Garden Ridge debate ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer least of all Garden Ridge Police Chief Walter would argue with Councilmember David Hencshels statement Taking responsibility for the safety of a whole community thats a lot to ask of a The citys last two police Pardaen and Robert have done just Both knew what they were getting into when they took the But neither has indicated an intention to keep it up As it Howey lasted less than two Hencshel told the City Council Wednesday night that it was time to start thinking about a paid police But he ventured into controversial territory with his ideas for financing Youll where are we going to get the money If we have a police department that enforces the the resulting fines would at least assist in paying the said Aware that his words conjured up visions of the legendary Selma speed he kept its See PafellA Stubdebate Karbach wants roads paved Commissioners Court heard from John gave preliminary ap proval to a phase of a subdivision and accepted linear feet of roads all in the span of 40 minutes Thursday a former came before the court to reiterate his request for Comal County rules and regulations regarding roads and road the ends of roads at the edges of This episode all began about three months Karbach I merely asked for an interpretation of the rules concerning The River Oaks which is adjacent to some properly 015 acres that my daughter has no paved stubouts leading into her Karbach told the Access to the land which is located between River Oaks and Mountain laurel subdivisions and is prime land for Karbach said is difficult without the the former commissioner If wed had wed probably have developed the land he Bill George told Karbach that developer Ken Karger had indicated he would pave the stubouts in River Oaks if the adjacent property was I can assure you that if the property is the stubout will be George Court administrative assistant Tun Darilek said the stubouts had not been paved originally because without Page UA   

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