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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                1 A S Vs soccer Page 8A Courthouse Annex dedication 10 Saturday New Braunfels New Texas 22 Zeituno Two Pages Friday January 25 Cents Stammtisch Teen injured The search teams who are looking for Debbie Moberg wish to thank all the businesses and citizens of New braunfels who have supported and contributed to the From donations of meals for searchers to actual the following businesses are due the gratitude of those who want so badly to f tod something that will bring the matter of the 18yearold girls disap pearance to a Thanks to Panteras Naegllns Llbrados Albrecht Sons You may not know but whoever said no amount of planning ever took the place of dumb luck never attended a planning and zoning If you never cared or knew how your city decides things like who gets to build what and where they build you New Braunfels Planning and Zon ing Commission will meet in regular session Tuesday to discuss and con sider the citys Master Plan The meeting will begin at in New Braunfels Utilities meeting Veterans of the World War II Iwo Jima campaign will hold a reunion 1922 in Veterans of the campaign and their regardless of branch of are For Informa contact John USMC 5511 Spring Mill 405 3606044 or Vemon 811 College 601 825 Comal Independent Mens Association is looking for young ladies who would be interested to vying for the title of 1987 Mexican Fiesta Ole Entrants must attend one of Comal Countys high school as a junior or This was a beautiful extravaganza last year and so much a part of our Lets hope when the winner and awards are it will be In both Spanish and English this For further Information about the contact Ramon Chapa at Deadline is Have you ever gone to the Cour thouse and looked on that bulletin board inside the front door and on which are posted all the trustee sale and other public notices Its a wonder anyone gets anything out of it at There are dated notices for which the timeliness has long and cur rent information is obscured by the plethora of overlapping Tax preparation assistance is available at Dittllnger as we reported but it is also available at Canyon Lake Action Center for seniors and handicapped The centers help sessions featuring Thomas Schaffer and company will happen H and continue Wednesday afternoons through April by which time you had bet ter have your stuff together or have gotten an New Braunfels Economic Pevelopment Council will meet at noon in the Civic Center New Braunfels Historic Land mart Commlssloji will meet to regular session Wednesday review previously discussed land Btart while opening discussions for new landmark A New Braunfels teenager is in stable condi tion after the car he was riding in smashed into a utility pole on River Road Thursday Robert Paul was teaching a 14yearold girl to drive when she veered off at a curve headed north on River Department of Public Safety Trooper Roger Garza said Bacon grabbed the steer The meeting will begin at to tte cojpci chwnbjer at Ctty The Menu RELIGIOUS ing wheel and overcompensated trying to keep the car on the The car spun went off the road and then collided with Bacon was transported to Wilford Hall Medical Center in San Antonio with frac tured Garza said the driver is being cited for driving without a Pholographer i needs By DAVID MAY SUffWrittr The purpose of the to if slibrtcoroingsln programs or facilites sponsored by parks staff and establish priorities of Results of a needs assessment sujrveyj conducted such t New Braunfels Paits atmipton told council the survey was statistically that community i legitimate within s percentage points and feel the departiueqt is doing a represented a good crosssection of the 566 questionnaires were of park overcrowding awl 341 were for a 62 percent undesirable frequent some facUtleu gearetj toward f mpiwy8 28 percent were New tabulations percent lived within city itt t v f r percentsald they had children of tti the local PEG promises debt lawsuits Pedernales Electric Cooperative has issued a warning to former customers If you owe pay up or well take you to Bennie PECs general said Wednes day that the cooperative is losing a substantial amount of money because of bad He said writeoffs for bad debts have ballooned so much to the past few months that drastic action is need The PEC board has authorized its attorneys to get to work on lawsuits against former members who owe large amounts of Fuelberg said the cooperative is going after the big but will do what it can to collect from people owing even small Last we wrote off about f in but that amount is continuing to move he That amount represents about 1 percent of PECs annual Fuelberg said at the current PEC could lose more than 2 percent of its income to had TWQ percent a lot of money to a cooperative enterprise which does not operate in make a he PEGS board said bad debts wjyu not be tolerated by the What these writers he ftjld to a written is that the 98 percent of ow water supply company in limbo over service area boundary Worker dies after falling By DAVID MAY Staff Writer A Cibolo man working on a New Braunfels construction site died Thursday afternoon as the result of Injuries suffered In a fall Rudy was pronounc ed dead shortly past noon yesterday at San Antonios Southwest Methodist Hospital as the result of extensive head an employee of Knuep per Construction a sub contractor at the Coleman Company expansion site on FM fell some 30 feet to the ground while performing steel beam work at the Attempts yesterday and today to contact the subcontractor were un The working in high winds atop the structures was reportedly not wearing a hardhat or safety A spokesperson at the San Antonio hospital said the Incident is un ByJOHNKASTNER Correspondent SCHERTZ City of Schertz and Green Valley Water Supply Corpora tion are still in the dark as to when the Texas Water Commission will rule on the twoyearold dispute bet ween the two entities over who has the right to serve an area fronting IH This thing has been going on so I dont know when it will Schertz City Manager Jimmy Gilmore The state seems to be waiting oil the federal court and the court seems to be waiting on the I wish I knew when a ruling will be Green Valley General Manager Pavid Davenport They Just seem to toe sitting on Its bird to but we are expec ting s ruling J dont think the state is waiting on the federal but the court is waiting on the Davenport Relaying the decision and cora plicaUng the process the fact that When the sjjjt wajs fged last January to federal the state Public Utility Comnjissipn had jurisdiction over the the Texas Legislature has since passed legisla tion trajjsferrijag authority over Cer tificate of Need to Both SeherU and Green Valley hold certillcajtes to service the Green Valley initiated ac tion two years ago to resolve the am We dont feel it is a good policy to have dual Davenport We are not questioning their cer They are questioning We just want the same rights to ser vice the area as they Gilmore Davenport explained that Green Valley is not attempting to force Schertz out of the but is seeking to have each entitys service area clearly We have told the TWC that we are willing to Davenport There are some areas which Schertz is better able to serve than Green On the other there are areas which Green Valley is better suited to Davenport pointed out that Green Valley has made similar com promises with other area recently giving up portion of its cer tified service areas to both Cibolo and TWC spokesman Bob Freitag said Tuesday he was under the impres sion the commission bad approved certifications for hojh entities the matter had beee He question oxer what were Schertz city limits some 10 or nine years ago which to have been cleared up by the fortunate adding that the hospital receives victims of construction site falls An investigator with Occupational Safety and Health Administration In Austin was reportedly on the site to day looking into the Susan a supervisor with said negligence of safety stan dards could bring about a citation carrying a Wunderlich Builders of Seguin is the general contractor at the Regulations say an employer must protect employees who are sub ject to Darland there are several ways to do that by using personal protection equipment such as safety gaur drails or safety She noted that OSHA investigations are not related to workmans com pensation An employer found in violation is subject to a citation carrying a penal ty of up to if found In willful the OSHA administrator County courtatlaw stays in courthouse By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Much to the pleasure of County CourtatLaw Judge Ron his court will remain in the digs of the old county Comal County Commissioners con sidered moving the county courtat law to the but decided to hold off on such a move for perhaps a District Court Judge Robert Pfuef who dismissed criminal proceedings in Hays County to attend commissioners meeting spoke against moving the county court to the annex In an effort to utilize extra courtroom space to ex pidite criminal dockets The district attorneys office con firmed Thursday that there are about ISO criminal cases pending in the county at I personally prefer to stay In the old said who was unable to attend commissioners He said he had no strong feelings one way or Ill be glad to see the restoration See Page 2A NBU directors postpone hydro financing okay By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer The New Braunfels Utilities board of directors decided Thursday to postpone approval of financing for the Canyon Lake hydroelectric pro Acting on the recommendation of Bob NBUs general the board agreed to consider a bond resolution for million during a special 18 Interim financing for the project expires in March and directors have agreed they need municipal bonds sold before the expiration Sohn said he recommended the delay because revisions to the bond resolution are not The on ly problem were really having is making sure that weve covered all the he Looking at the time theres no reason here to be to any panic or The GuadalupeBlanco River which is the financing agent of the is preparing the bond resolution in conjunction with GBRA will sell the bonds to finance the hydroelectric generating plant and NBU will he responsible for repayment through purchase of elec Sohn said the NBU staff had ex pected to complete the resolution by Thursday because of difficulty In scheduling did not finish the Its opt that we havent been working with just that were not quite there Sohn said Lets just back here a minute and make sure weve got ail ow ts crossed and is Theres no ing GBRAs staff along with other attorneys and Soloman Brothers financial consultants to complete the Also during Thursdays the NBU board voted to continue its involvement with the Greater Austin San Antonio Corrido Board member Al who made the motion to continue involve made the membership payment contingent on a review of the council in Board members said that in light of bleak economic conditions in the council has been lossing support from some of its The New Braunfels City Council has voted not to continue membership in the Board member Robert Orr said he supports the I think the cor ridor council is a very unusual he It has not one ounce of it has no legal authori ty to bind anyone to yet I think it is a very unique form of corn tog to consensus for municipal Orr said the council offers com munities to the corridor area an op portunity to work together toward common goals and to solve common Orr added that since the city has dropped out and the Comil County has never NBU will be the only New Brauulels representative on the I hope that we NBU wiil con ttaue to be a voice foy the he Orr added that U the smaller corrtJpr cojamMniUej Ufcg New Sip Sgguto drop Ajatojoito NBU attorney Tom Bums agreed thai the dMay was to the best taterest of the NBUs start to wort development xtf Central I guess the thing that that U will wind up truly an Attifln SanAatoDio   

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