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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A New Texas June 1991 Area briefs Salary hike denied BOERNE Despite a recciil percent teachers pay raise and a simi lar increase in compensation for other Bocrnc Independent School District trustees recently denied a salary increase for In a recent executive trus tees defeated 52 a motion hy Pam Plunkctt to give percent more pay to assistant special education superintendent and assis tant Mcllic Bergman joined Plunkclt on the yea Opposing the move were board presi dent Corky vice president Jim secretary Rosemary Piper and trustees Ray Lee and Erwin Dix Also discussed was the need for a school in the Bcxar County portion of the school Action was post poned pending study by the facilities planning Situation calming BLANCO A shootoul failed to materialize as Blanco City lcd by Mayor Ryan waded Through a lengthy agenda with restraint and Verbal fireworks had been antici pated with the scheduled appearance of the local group Concerned Citizens Member Mary Goddcn expressed relief at the mood of the Topics of discussion included gar bage collection dollar cost of improvements requiring building per mits and a new junk car Widow named JP BOERNE Kendall County Commissioners Court has appointed Gwcn widow of former Pre cinct 1 Justice of the Peace Rod to fill out his unexpired Meade died May 15 following open heart Meade had been an unsuc cessful candidate for district court She was chosen besting a field of candidates that included for mer JP Ed defeated by Mcade in September former Kendall County deputy George court bailiff Glenn Crowe and attorney Dan Grif Council slate grows FREDER1CKSBURG A sixth person has joined the rank of those seeking a place on Frcdcricksburgs expanded City The special the result of a recent change to a home rule form of will be Two members will be elected and will serve until May Candidates include Timothy Kevin Claribcl Kenneth Don Stevens and Linda Fraternity suspended SAN MARCOS The Zcta Thcta chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos has been suspended for three years following an administra tive investigation of hazing and risk management violation Sanctions imposed by SWTSU officials include suspension of the groups recognition as a student orga prohibiting group attendance at school PKA cannot recruit new sanction or sponsor social functions and is not eligible for Interfratcrnity Council The group may apply for recognition after May The chapters twoyear history of disciplinary problems includes the schools placement of the house of its ban from hosting prc rush parties and its assignment as co sponsor of alcohol awareness prog rams and community service Remodeling planned BOERNE With the successful move of the Boerne Public Library to its new city are planning to remodel its former home for use as a police Architects with the citys engineering have been commissioned to draw the Pre liminary 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