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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 12, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Telecom munications firms want hike in rates CALLAS AP Mere than deleft tews telephone uiliittes cohsldftfifig addtflg a charge fof baste service te monthly a ffieye that would transfer eests now paid by long distance companies to local the additional which must be approved by the Public Utility would cost customers million over five the Dallas times Herald reported Satur Joh vice president for rates and revenues for Southwestern Bell telephone said that the sug gested charge has not been formally approved by the If the pro posal was approved by the com It would go before the the utilities proposal Is to gradually use revenue from the fee to replace some of the multimillion dollar charges long distance com panies must pay local telephone corn panes for access to their 16 col Coi sa ed no de pa 10 m te ch ov tio CO Sunday Aphll i sounds ie me like afisihef plan tit meney in the pockets of phfinl panies thai is going to HUM some suffiefs add small d Chet D Phone companies o nickel and dime people ta theyre going to dollar them to oehman said thai telephone com ies have been looking for ways to er costs longdistance companies st pay for access to phone companies and the which would be phasecMn r five is the latest sugges on how to achieve e said utilities were asked by the C to discuss ways of lowering the ideal etistemem ifihsfef eiJSti te my perspective this pro posal represents paH of the in dustrys game plan and strategy for achieving a doubling or tripling of local said Geoffrey M counsel for cofistiniers in rate eases liken before the Loehman said his like Communications and General telephone of the Southwest have agreed In principle to the in the proposed Bell wsuid fldt feeetve any revenue from the fees because there will be a eomffiensufate redtietibn in longdistance company the longdistance companies Would get more which should result in a reduction of Consumer said there Is no guarantee the savfflgs would be passed on to lotigdistaftee the utilities are expected to fof mally present a proposal next month during a PUC inquiry into access We really do and weve before the commission time an time that the commission ha tried to assign too much of that CO Lo t to services like long Consumer lawyers said they would K preregistraiion set New Braunfels ISO will offer pre reglstration for children who will be eligible for kindergarten and pre klndergarten programs during the 198788 school year By preregisterlng students at the spring registration parents can avoid registering In said Linda NB1SD assistant Students svlll be eligible to attend kindergarten if they will be 5 years old on or before Sept 1987 Parents need lo bring the childs immuniza tion records and birth as well as the child who will be enrolled at the school Lamar School will hold its kindergarten preregistration April 21 from 9 307 w p m The school serves students in the district s north attendance zone Memorial Primarys kindergarten preregistralion will be April 29 from p m The school serves students in the districts south atten dance zone In addition Memorial will host an orientation to the kindergarten pro gram for parents at 9 30 a m April 29 The orientation will include a musical program by kindergarten comments by kindergarten teachers and a tour of the campus Avila urged parents to register students at this if possible Preregislralion or the pro kindergarten program will be held at Lone Star Primary April 29 y 11 a rn To be eligible for NBlSDs pre Comal County Critical ground water location Estimated population growth and a need to plan for the future prompted the Texas Water Commission to in clude part ol Comal Iounty m an area lo Instudied as a possible critical ground water area a water commission spokesman saul last week The water commission and the Texas Hoard have agreed on the lirst two arras lor detailed study in Texas Those areas were chosen from Hi critical arras across the stale The northwestern part of Iimial Count is in one area to be studied along with parts of Traus Mass Medina Kerr Uillespie and Hurnet counties and all ol Blanco Kendall and Handera counties The oilier area to txstudied includes portions of Travis Williamson Miiam Bell and Burnet counties had indications thai a number ol cities in those areas are trying lo plan ahead for growth We also con sidered water levels in the areas and considered input from public hear said Bill Colbert a water com mission spokesman The areas propsed or studs do not include areas lying within existing underground water conservation districts The portion ol Comal Coun ty in the studs area lies just north and west o 1 the K d w a r d s Underground Water District boun danes Major topics to be addressed b the studies include the availability ot ground and surface water and con servation and protection of ground water The studies also will project water supply and quality for the next 20 considering what the population and water will be on those resources On the basis ul the studies the feasibility oi creating districts will be discussed A joint team representing water commission and the water development board will perform the Studies Colbert said the studies will look at the geological considerations ol the area as well as population con cerns kl dergarten a child must be eligible for the free lunch program have a primary language wl ich is not Preklndergarten is a halfday program Parents need to bring the birth immunization records and the child to be Please send me a free copy of Irearranging the Funeral Service Preaironj At my age Yes more people are recognizing that prearrangement is a thoughtful and prudent one that should not be They have learned that prearranging the funeral service is a demonstration of love and consideration that can ease the anxieties of their Funding the prearranged service heightens the wisdom of the Funding protects your resources from the impact of 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