New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 25, 1987, Page 3

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Projects. Continued from Page IA that area behind Wal-Mart. “This is one that depends on donations — dedication of right of way to the city from property owners in order for it to proceed,” Thieleman said, explaining that design work is in progress. “The city will be paying one-third of the cost of that road,” Michie said in October 1985. “We are expecting the developers to donate the right-of-way for the extension of that road and to pay a third of the cost on each side with the city picking up the drainage problems and the center portion.” Michie said that because developers would benefit most from the street’s expansion, it should be their responsibility to pay for the work. The city’s share is estimated at *-$549,000. Voters also approved the widening of Landa Street at the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad underpass .-and Seguin Avenue at the MoPac ‘Vailroad underpass. The city’s estimated $82,000 for that work is less Line Road will be a joint effort between the city and developers and completion of the road depends largely on developers of property in than IO percent of a government grant shared with the Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation The money will earn interest and illustrate to the state that the city is committed to widening the streets. "The highway department has been notified that we are set to proceed with the funding,” Thieleman said. “The underpasses involve the highway department and we are only funding a portion of the estimated construction costs.” All contracts have been awarded for the work on the city’s three drainage projects — totaling $2.51 million — approved in the October 1985 bond issue election. The high tide at West San Antonio and North Santa Clara will be solved first, with expected completion of a new drainage system at that intersection in December 1987. Constant flooding at the intersection, often leading to the door of Crow Firestone, was caused by high commercial development in the drainage basin there. Existing drainage structures are too small and there aren’t Weather Water Comal River............. Canyon Lake inflow...... Canyon Lake outflow. Canyon Lake level....... Edwards Aquifer........ Forecast SOUTH TEXAS: Cloudy and foggy with intermittent light rain or drizzle through Thursday. Scattered thundershowers developing tonight and Thursday mainly Southeast Texas Lows tonight 40s and 50s, 60s lower coast and lower Valley Highs Thursday near 60 north and east, 70s extreme south. Extended Forecast Friday through Sunday SOUTH TEXAS: Chance of rain Friday and east and south Saturday. Cooler Saturday and Sunday and northwest Friday Lows near 50 northwest to the mid 60s extreme south F riday and from the 30s and 40s north to near 50 extreme south Saturday and Sunday. Highs 60s north and 70s South Friday and from the 50s and 60s north to near 70 south Saturday and Sunday. Texas Weather Low-level clouds and patches of fog were common across Texas this morning. while a travelers advisory remained in effect for the Permian Watch 429 cfs (down 2S3) ........1/191 cfs (up 263) ..........737 cfs (same) ...........908.92 (up .OS) ........627.52 (down .03) Basin because of fog that cut visibility almost to nothing. Scattered patches of light rain dampened the deep south. enough inlets in the area, according to engineers. For 8254,000, cub inlets will be added, along with a new pipe system to take the water to the Comal River. At the same time, the standmg-water problem at Main Plaza will also be corrected. For 83,816, an enlarged storm drainage inlet will be constructed at the plaza, where water has been trying to run out of a hole that had been knocked out of the curb. The most expensive drainage project — 81.61 million — is in the Landa Street-Fredericksburg Road area. The Landa-Fredericksburg intersection, which has commercial, residential and park development nearby, is one of the oldest in town. The drainage ditches are small and the streets carry a large portion of the storm water. Improvements, expected to be completed in June 1988, will include construction of culverts and inlets on Wood Road, Fredericksburg Road, Landa, and the intersections of Inspiration Drive and Lockener Avenue, Howard and Parkview Boulevard, and Prince Drive and Parkview Boulevard. The largest drainage area included in the work is the Green Valley drainage basin, including the South Guadalupe drainage basin, south of Interstate 35. Cost of the project is estimated at 8638,000. Engineers propose culvert improvements on Old McQueeney Road and at the sanitary sewer plant and channel improvements along Old McQueeney Road to FM 725. South Guadalupe drainage basin work includes channel and culvert improvements. All drainage improvements in that area will take the water to the Guadalupe River. Thieleman expects the Green Valley drainage work to be completed by March 1988. TAX PREPARATION Darryl G. Hoag Certified Public Accountant New Braunfels National Bank Building 1000 North Walnut, Suite 202 629-1922 Computerized Bookkeeping, Financial Planning, Audit and Management Advisory Services NATION-WIDE Curtis tMathes MILLION DOLLAR $'Hi We Must Clear Our Warehouse To Make Room For Our New Models Arriving lo Down Payment 90-DAY 'ash Option! For Limited Time Shop Hearty tov Om^TalGnd Pt«-R«nl*4 and Omao Modula 46” Big Scran. 4mm sad rental Modal, rntm forays*/ warranty. tog. $2995...............81.995 NEW F ttr oil urn Audio. Video Cabinet*. 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Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Cook, 73, died Feb. 23 at McKenna TI Memorial Hospital. Cook was bom June 16,1913, to J.H. and Eula Cook in Josephine. He married Opal James in Garland on Feb. 17, 1935. He retired in 1978 after 28 years with the Coca Cola Bottling Co. At the time of his retirement, he was vice president of the bottling company in Dallas. Cook was a member of the First Baptist Church. He graduated from Texas AAM University with degrees in mechanical engineering and electrical engineering. He was a member of the Sunshine Singers of the First Baptist Church and was a veteran of World War ll in which her served in the South Pacific as a major in the Signal Corp. Survivors include his wife, Opal Cook of New Braunfels; one son, James M. “Jim” Cook of New Braunfels; one sister, Sue Coffman of Houston; three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The men of the Friendship Sunday School Class at the First Baptist Church will serve as honorary pallbearers. Memorials may be given to the First Baptist Church Building Fund or to Hospice of New Braunfels. Services are under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Stereo Systems Components 84AO “ Ent,r« stock System Cut 25X1 25" ft 26” Consoles Entire Selection fe ISO to $300 OHI Big Screen TVs 37”. 40”, 46" Protection Sets $300. $400, $500 OH! Limited Quantity Satellite Systems »’ ir Dish, Pull 8 9 AA g Remote Control,    JJ Stereo Sound! Incl. Normal Inst. OEI 4 WEEKS FREE RENT WHEN YOU RENT- WBB4B SL BUY»LEASE»RENT-TO-OWN Mastercerd»Vt—"American Express ISI IH38 West 429-3400 tmm home entertainment center Courtyard Shopping Coater* ^88*10* &MM&—lies Don’t Pay Th is Man! Don’t Pay This Man.. .leave your checkbook at home! With qualifying insurance, we accept what your insurance company pays as payment in full. N.O.P.E. 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