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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 10, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas NB athlete getting in over his Page 9 New Braunfels 133 New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Landa New Zeituno Texas 78130 DSPS 377800 AJ Friday July 25 Cents One 16 Pages Stammtisch ii i uriTrii Scenes like this one were common around Braunfels and Cotnal County Thursday as at times torreiilial rain cars to stall iihd ill fill Solms Bowling Clubs annual unctim vill be at A draw for prizes and fond and drink will be Kuempel will to New Braunfels Republican Womens Club at 0 in Mondav Juh at the hme of IVins an welcnim KiKinitvl will on elcpmenls the ij MSMOJI iit Austin Kate Franklin t liy iaiiikiMxid in Vu Brauniels was W Kate bui n to M Hamilton and Mai i Hudspelh Hamiltoii m Mlulaugh school in Ken ior almost a quarter ui a ifiihn He i birthdfi uiit vnvk tin hided Iiei sister Ida ki t hei inlaw Kijth Hamilton of Ken Siii in Aivm i S IllKl a KV nt t am San Kei i villi t ui pus i hirst HraiintiN ami m II wu 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COMICS DEARABBY ENTERTAINMENT OPINIONS RjEUGJQUS FOCUS SPORTS 9 Landfill buyers exclusivity clause delays sale contract Birds eye POLING Correspondent Comal County Commissioners Thursday once again delayed Die final signing of the contract for the sale of the citycounty City Manager Joe Michie and County Attorney Bill Reimer voiced concerns about the contract submitted by the Waste The which was to be approved at last weeks was tabled at mat time after the commissioners and other county and city representatives expressed their wishes to see certain wording changed and some clauses removed or The countys main concern with the contract was a clause requiring private refuse haulers in the county to dump exclusively at Comal Countys A clause such as this is not within the authority of the The private hauler can go anywhere he wants said Commissioner Jumbo The clause Reirner called an illegal clause in a memo to is a request that the county deny any new commercial landfills during the 15year rontract with Waste The county cannot prevent the formation of sued landfills if they meet state The commissioners will agree to not open a competing landfill while under contract with Waste Management as lung as an optionout clause is included in case of future toiations by the they 1 led sve should take immediate steps to acquire or lease land and get it permitted for 15 years down the Commissioner Clyde The county attorney said he is also concerned with a in the contract giving the company a way out of the agreement if the landfill is found to be Commissioners said they wanted Waste Management to awai e of a letter and study by Ken Kai gei regarding reports of leaking at the landfill leaking before the rontract is Waste Management attorney Bemue Bock said be would like to look into reported leakage before Bock said there have been reports over the last few ears thai blasting has txen going on near the landfill and that could the The private hauler can go anywhere he wants Evans Precinct 1 Commissioner After conferring with the city Joe Michie requested the commissioners defer it and let the at torneys get Michie said he would like to see some wording typos and holidays Reimer said he believes stipulations to date can con stitute a contract after meeting with Waste Management representatives and the city Reimersaid commissioners probably will approve the contract during next Mondays Bock said further negotiations were mainly a clarification of language and that he is confident all the bugs are now worked out of the Commissioners also heard a report from County Auditor Bate Bond on problems with Automatic Data Processing Corporation in doing the county payroll Bond said a contract was signed with the data processing firm so it could produce a payroll more ef ficiently than the county office This turned out not to be the case because it is taking Bonds office more time to correct and edit the Bond said with recent the county now can afford to cancel the contract with ADP and resume the payroll as an inhouse The cancellation was approved by the commissioners and the balance of the amount budgeted for the service will be returned to the contingency Other actions by the commissioners included tabling a proposed rate increase by the countys health insurance said GIC had proposed a significant increase and that the reasons given for the increase seem to be He See Page 2 These feathered friends on a pole outside Tobys Dance Studio on San Antonio Road appear curious if not startled at photographer Deryl Clarks Toby called to tell us of a peculiar The bird in the nest apparently is the offspring of the One on the but the one in the nest temporarily was caught by a piece of string used to build the Mom freed her chick and glanced back to make sure her han diwork did not go Head Start janitor job status pending Comal County Head Start program Director Ann Muschalek said a oinriiimialioM will be made July ti to the o direciois ui Council of South Centra Texas cuncinung an employee ot ttu hambvrs Start School on South i v a has bein administrative leave with me Apiil whin a 5yearold girl oiled at the school claimed the Hum touched and kissed His case nobilled Wednesday by a Comal i ounl griid jury MuMhalek said a lecummenduuon miiTi aiiiK the uf the em plimc VMII U made during the niDothl meeting in Iini die and theboard will decide IKHUT or nut to allow the man to i rtuill to llu employee and girl were Jefl alouiat i he t hambers site altei un April 20 when the parents ol ilk fti ucri1 late picking her The lontinued to attend the iHHil The mother was unavailable for comment Thursda Aquifer NBU consider sharing cost of surf ace water treatment plant By SARAH Staff Writer New Braunfels Utilities may be receiving some help in financing its proposed surface wiuei treatment The Edwards Un derground Water District is considering using part of its surface water development fund to offset local We have not actually been able to get together to talk about said Tom EUWDs general But we have a surface water development The purpose of the fund is to encourage development of surface water and the purpose of New Braunfels Utilities constructing a treatment plant appears to be in line with that of the NBU is proposing to build a plant which would have the capability of producing ii million gallons of treated water a day and cost roughly million to Such a drawing water from the Guadalupe River instead of the Edwards would be the first of its kind in Central Fox said the district is encouraging other cities in the area to develop similar He said the million currently in the EUWDs surface water development fund could be used throughout the region for such The water treatment plant is one of nine projects expected to cost just more than NBU General Manager Bob Sohn said a little innovative financing has reduced the original estimated cost of more than million to the current He told New Braunfels City Council during a workshop Thursday that bonds issued in 1985 will be reallocated to offset costs of proposed new The proposed sale of the local electrical transmission system will generate a minimum of Sohn That sale will reduce the need for bond funds and is scheduled to cover the cost of renovating the Kuehler South Wastewater Treatment The renovation project will cost an estimated An additional from the transmission sale will go offsetting the cost of building the surface water treatment Even with the innovative NBU officials expect to issue million in Although the estimated cost of the proposed treatment plant is NBU officials expect to issue million in new bonds for the Other funds will come from reallocated 1985 bonds and use of central facilities fees and the water resource development Persons making new connections on the NBU system pay central facilities fees and all water users pay 9 cents per gallons of water that goes into the water resource development Sohn said he considers the nine proposed projects a normal continuation of service within the In regard to selling the electrical transmission system to the Lower See Page 2 GBRA takes part in wa ter planning The Texas Water Commission is set to work with the Ouadalupe Hlanco Hiver Authority as well as other river authorities in the state to elop a cumpi eheasu e water plan for The commission decided this vsftk to initiate a study to develop an integrated approach to river basin management using assistance by river authorities throughout the David UBKAs plan ning said the state a gene and the authorities have been tryuig for several years to develop a plan for water use in the There has been an attempt to make sure that the river authorities can work together through a comprehensive he The water commission controls surface water use through issuing licenses and Weisch said there is a possibility that river authorities will become what are called water meaning they would work with the water commission and represent the commission to water Bill a spokesman for the water said the commission is trying to develop an integrated water plan for the Water commissioner John Houchins has suggested that the commission would ask other substantial water users in a river including to participate in the process to develop coordinated plans and rules for the management of water quality and uses basin The commissioner said that while the Texas Water PJan adopted by the Texas Department of Water Resources in is a longraiige planning the effort now is to develop procedures and rules for water managejaisni on the basis of river basin geography NB building permits running ahead of 1986 by million By DAVID MAY Staff Writer New offices for the local Texas Department of Human Service and two convenience stores were among the 125 building permits issued during June by New Braunfels Planning The issued permits carried construction values totaling well over the million value carried by the 126 permits issued in June Fees garnered last month by the planning department amounted to bringing the fiscal years permit fee total to The department had projected receiving during 198687 through building permit June proved to be the fourth month in 1987 to record increased building activity as indicated by the number of permits issued and their total scope The number of permits issued by category and their construction values are as follows Ten single family 12 residential three four new commercial 10 commercial 78 outof scope two three storage two mobile two movings and one no TPHS has selected Joe as the contractor for its new office to be located on Green Valley East Drive off Walnut The new facility is listed as having a construction value of Ram Oil Company located in Converse has begun site work at Texas 46 and Interstate 35 for a new combination gas and convenience the first of two stores planned for New Braunfels by the fledgling company which currently has stores in Lytle and San The New Braunfels store is its It is very typical of an island said com pany spokesman Danny It is a different The store will be in the middle with gas on both sides but it will be bigger with easier Unnartz explaining there will be larger drive tlirough space featuring nine prime parking six of those under a He said the company hopes to have the square feet valued at open within 90120 Franco Incorporated has been given constnjicUon approval to build a Sigmor gas and convenience store at 1815 Texas 46 Davis Contractors of San been contracted to construct the new store which is as totaling square feet and carrying a scope value of The value and scopj oi the single fanijjy permits issued test montfe areas follows Unda Smith same 555 Rocjkj feet
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