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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8 New Texas February 1991 Judge meets with lake residents Stray taxes among concerns expressed to Casteel By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Stray taxes and courthouse politics arc some of the subjects on the minds of Canyon Lake who got the opportunity this week to sound off to the county Comal County Judge Carter Casteel in an attempt to make resi dents living at the lake as though they arent forgotten heard from citi zens in Startzville and Saltier Tuesday in two separate town Were really going to try to make yall feel at least 1 am that very you really About 20 people attended each one at Startz Cafe and the other at the Senior Citizens Center in One of the main complaints from the citizens was how the county could better control stray Theyre chasing Theyre each said Don Huntley Astro Hills Subdivision as he described stray I The county has one animal control who has been given the fund ing for a parttime What we need is for these gentle men to drive around like early in the morning and not wait for somebody to call because at that time those dogs are long gone and they cant find The amount of Anoney that they roll over is left over at the end of each year into the next years budget will not be the same as it has been in the past its she in order for us to deliver the same services for the same dollar were going to have to increase taxes by some Its my impression from Commissioners Court that we are not willing to do they dont see how they chase the said Helen Butler at the Startzville We in the community have to decide Avith the monies that we how we spend Casteel We can hire four or five dog folks to get out and that would be their Now that expense Im going to tell you is not going to be its going to be The judge encouraged residents to work with the animal warden in help Doctor says school must end youngsters isolation AUSTIN AP A thirdgrader who has spent more than four months being taught in isolation because of his hair length must be returned to the company of his his mother Toungalc said Wedncs T ihat Zachariahs pediatrician has written lo school officials demanding that he be returned to his class at Mina Elementary in or be taught at The doctor told school officials that the isolation is detrimental to 8ycar old Zachs emotional Toungalc He needs to come out of that she Paul superintendent of the Bastrop school did not return telephone calls Wednesday from The Associated His secretary said no one else with the Bastrop school district could Since Zach has been taught in isolation in a dreary 10foot by 13foot room at the school because he refuses to cut his wispy which has grown to about inches The school says he is violating districts dress Zachs battle has been the subject of numerous newspaper articles and television and radio He has received letters of support from child ren and adults across the The school district in the town of aboul 30 miles east of has also received numerous letters of A stale lawmaker has asked the state education agency to investigate the case and introduced a resolution condemning the school The controversy also is making its way through the Zachs attor Charles said he filed an appeal of a November ruling by a state district who denied a tem porary order that would have put Zach back in Through it Zach has refused to cut his He describes the isolation room which school officials call an alter native learning setting a prison and says it has given him his mother Zach has used the word hate frequently when talking about the school and school We dont say hate in our Toungate Hes angry and He doesnt want his father and I far He wants to be real close to us at all she ing set traps for stray Casteel also discussed the 1992 The amount of money that they roll over that is left over at the end of each year into the next years budget will not be the same as it has been in the past its small she in order for us to deliver the same services for the same dollar were going to have to increase taxes by some Its my impress ion from Commissioners Court that we are not willing to do Casteel said she is meeting with all department heads to look for ways to save Questions also were asked concern ing the recent push to consolidate the county attorneys office and the dis trict attorneys office into a criminal district attorney Commissioners Court really doesnt have a position on that other than we have to have legal rep resentation from the county attorneys office or from an she We dont care whether its the county attorney that gives it to us or whether it might be somebody thats hired under a criminal district attor We need an attorney thats atten tive to our needs and to the civil needs of the Casteel said commissioners court wants an immediate response to their legal Since Ive been there theres been some concern they have not been receiving So they are simply looking at The current District Attorney is Bill Reimer and County Atomey is Nathan Casteel also answered questions on the push to possibly expand the jurisd iction of county The judge for that court is former County Judge Fred It is to our advantage as a county to have a county courtatlaw with increased jurisidictional limits were looking at some statistics to see if thats even she were not in the position to do that right Were simply dis cussing Both pushes would need legislative approval and Edmund Kuempel said he will not pursue legislation until commissioners pass a resolution asking him to do Frankly I dont even know if the votes are to pass such I have not solicited votes for Were talking about Casteel Canyon Lake resident Lois Duggan asked the judge to conduct a public hearing on the issues to see if the sup port was there among the public for the consolidation and Casteel also is planning to meet with residents in Bulverde and Gar den Ridge once a but times and places have not been worked out Classified 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