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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 18, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas FRIDAY Buick Roadmaster is like cars used to be See Wheel New Braunfels HeraldZeitung 16 Pages in one section June Serving Coma County Home of John Gonzales I 151 INSIDE Water 1011 STAMMTISCH Best Wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung sends birthday wishes to Chartene Lisa Hllmar Flugrath Juan Jose Alvarez Traffic light repair continues The City of New Braunfels is upgrading the traffic light con trollers on the following inter sections San UnionSan Anto Due to circumstances beyond the citys the repair work has been extended Stop signs will control traffic at those inter sections until work is complete on June Tennis plans mixer The New Braunfels Tennis Association will hold a mem beronly mixed doubles mixer June 26 at John New combes Tennis Ranch at 1 This event will be and C Enter individually for Pairings will be made as part of the format Pairings will rotate within each Entry deadline is June To enter or for more call Suzanne at Cyndi at H or Beverly at Artistic Outreach planned for Saturday An Artistic Outreach is planned for June 19 from to 1 in the Arts located at 646 Wal nut The event is sponsored by the New Braunfels Ait League and will include miniworkshops with pastels Betty water color Pat and stained glass by Elaine The outreach is open to all from ages 12 and up and is free of Participants may take home their Red Cross offers first aid classes at McKenna The American Red Cross will have a standard first aid class June 21 and June 23 from 6 to 10 at the McKenna Hospital Garza Street The course teaches first aid and adult The cost is For more informa call The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung invites its readers to sub mit items to According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German Stammtisch represents a sitting place for members of a commu nity to gather and share the days happeningsWe invite you to share with Judge says Goodbread is 4 HonticlZeiwg photo by JOHN HUSETH New Brminfels responded to an accident at the comer of Castell and Business 35 yesterday at approximately Emergency Staffer Roger Brtnkkoeter right helps 29yearold Linda Lianas of New Braunfels from her Uanas taken to McKenna Hospital where she was treated and released A second person was a 16 yearoldr4ew Braunfels and was treated and released as Mayor says its time to get back to business By GARY CARROLL Nmra Editor Judge Bob Dahoney ruled Thursday that any legal attempt to prohibit Councilman James Goodbread from serving as a holdover candidate would have to be filed with the court as a quo warranto action through a state Dahoney dismissed the case on that point of law which doesnt prevent Goodbread from serving as a holdover candidate but does not guarantee him holdover The possibility still exists that an injunction could be obtained through an office of a state No one has approached my office regarding this said Cotnal County District Attorney Bill If some one did come to my office seeking an I dont feel I could go along with sim ply because I feel that Judge Dahoney has and the electorate has spoken quite The county attorney has gotten involved in but Im staying out of it its my job to prosecute criminals and thats what I Reimer County Attorney Nathan Rheinlander said he would not personally argue a case on this but said if such a case brought to him is backed up with good case law then he feels the courts should have a chance to see it It would still be my position that it is not my job to deny people access to the Rheinlander Attorney for Dan Bremer and Ambrosio Butch Benitez said that he would not pressure his clients to pursue any further legal action but would represent them if they so Bremer said he could not say what his plans were until he reviewed his I was a little disappointed that we didnt come out on and I was really hoping the judge would put the issue to Bremer I dont really know where we go Benitez could not be reached for Mayor Rudy Seidel and Councilman Chris Bow ers said they were pleased with the and both expressed a desire to get back to conducting city Im very Seidel I dont think the judge had any other Now its time to get back to city Councilwoman Jan Kennady said was ready to return to conducting the business of New All I want to do is get on with city and I think were moving forward were on our Kennady By GARY CARROLL News Editor An attempt by New Braunfels City Councilmembers Ambrosio Butch Benitez and Dan Bremer to enjoin Councilman James Goodbread from serving as a holdover candidate Judge Bob Dahoney ruled in a Thursday hearing that the plaintiffs could not bring such action against and the temporary restraining order issued Monday was thereby Goodbread said he was very pleased with the ruling and that he was ready to get on with All I really want to do is serve in the capacity of councilmanatlarge and represent the people that elected Goodbread Thats all Ive ever asked for and thats all I expect During the Ken attorney for Benitez and told the court that the facts were indis putable and only one question need be answered by the They Benitez and Bremer simply must know if James Goodbread is qualified to serve as a councilmember in a holdover Brazle Brazle argued that the May 1 voter approval of a charter amendment lim iting the terms of councilmembers pre cluded any legal hold Goodbread had on his recent reelection to a fourth term on he said that Benitez and Bremer sought the injunction in the interest of their offi cial capacity as councilmembers in order to prohibit Goodbread from par taking in council action that could be nullified in the future due to his unqualified Brazle argued a Tennessee case that required a holdover candidate must represent an identifiable Since Goodbread was an atlarge council Brazle said there was no way to determine which atlarge seat Good bread thus it would be impossible to identify which atlarge candidate should serve as the Texas has no specific laws dealing with holdover Atanacio attorney for argued that Benitez and Bremer filed the action because it was the only way to readdress the issue of Goodbread serving on council prior to the 3 trial set to determine if Goodbread can take the oath of office for his fourth The holdover issue is now a way to circumvent the quo warranto Campos This is totally con trary to what Texas law is all and I nave yet to see this as a properly filed Judge Dahoney concurred and said that injunctive such as was being sought by Benitez and must be filed as a quo warranto action by counsel for the State of GBRA to consider ending 20year tenure of manager ByBOBTHAXTON Special to tht GuadalupeBlanco River Authori ty directors have scheduled a special meeting at 10 June during which the board will consider the dismissal of General Manager John Specht who has been the Authoritys chief executive for almost 20 reviewed i proposed draft of the agenda for Tuesdays spe cial meeting shortly before ing their regular monthly meeting which lasted for almost five hours Thursday at GBRA headquarters in The board had planned to discuss and possibly take action regarding Specht18 employment status on but the discussion was postponed after lawyers from the state attorney generals office advised that some items in GBRAs public notice about Thursdaysmeet ing were not properly worded to con form with provisions of the Texas Open Meetings AOL Assistant Attorney General Diane Morris told the board that her office initially was contacted by a newly appointed OBRA board mem Olga Lara of New She reported that she has received phone calls at night threatening Morris Lara said her family also had been the target of Their question to me was Did I know where my son was She said police were contacted about the and the telephone company had placed a trap on her phone in an effort to determine where the calls were coming She doesnt even know who shes irritated Morris adding that the callers seemed to be misinformed about Laras having requested that an item be placed on Thursdays agenda regarding a discussion about the duties of the general I understood her inquiry to be simply what does an agency employee Morris WORD board requests opinion from Attorney General oh taxing boat club By ROBERT STEWART The board of the Water Oriented Recreation District WQRB voted Thursday to request Generals opinion on whether Toys 0ow is rewired to pay WOKO Nautical Toys is a club in which members pay a membership fee and then a monthly fee for use of various boats and water recreation equipment on Canyon LakeV said that WORD taxes will be collected the business and placed in escrow until a the AG legal opinion is If the opinion says that WORD should get tfte it will be transferred to the districts general QtoerwK raoney wjll be returned to Nautical Toys for refund to their Anderson said the escrow ment is to avoid a situation similar to one with marinas where a board in the past wrongly said the marinas were not subject to WORD taxation but the Attorney Genera said they Litigation is still pending in those The board also granted a new rev enue permit to the owners of Lake view A new permit was required because of a change in own ership due to Barbara Jar one of the six current said that they have tried to comply with WORDS requirements to obtain a new permit but had been confront ed with bad communication and tele phone harassment as well as threats to shut down the lodging business in Canyon Lake WORD Manag er Jim Inman acknowledged that Lakeview Lodge had maintained quarterly payments of WORD fees throughout the application This verbal abuse that were receiving by telephone has got to Jarrett All dence must be in writing to our hey from now In other business the board Voted to extend a 30day tem porary permit to Kimbos whose revenue permit had been sus pended because of nonpayment of if a promised payment was received by 5 p Inman said the board had accepted a pay ment schedule for back taxes last month proposed by Kimbos but that no payments had been mads as proposed If a payment is not received 7day permits will be granted each week pending payment to WORD each Elected new board member Paul Rich as vice president of the WORD Pierdire Hisler is For subscription or advertising call 625
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