New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 10, 1993

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 10, 1993

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Issue date: Friday, September 10, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas FRIDAY Restaurant inspections listed in todays reports P 3 COUNTDOWN 457 DAYS New Braunfels Sesquteentennial March March New Braunfels 14 Pages in one section Sept ui HMBSB HeraldZei Serving Comai County Home of SARAH FEST Vol 141 No 210 INSIDE Sports STAMMTISCH Birthday wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes Sarah Fest Judy Tray hand Danieljuarez Maria Ramirez Jordan McKin nis Rusty Brandt Happy Anniversary to Hanno Helen Janz 53rd on Tom Mary San Miguel Publicity seminar set for Sept 13 A communitywide publicity seminar geared for publicity chairpersons of local nonprofit organizations has been sched uled for Monday Sept 13 at at Dittlinger Memorial Library The seminar will be sponsored by the Greater New Braunfels Arts Council and will feature publicity tips from New Braun felsHeraldZeitung Managing Editor Mark Lyon For more information call Sharon Neuhaus at 6256570 Local realtor group to host course The New Lake Area Association of Real tors will host a 30hour real estate course starting Sept 13 The class will be Successful Agency Relationships and is approved for prelicense credit and first three renewals For more information contact Sandra Higgle at 6256954 or Bemie Boamet at 6295700 For information and to regis ter contact Faith Palacios at the San Antonio Board of Realtors Benefit garage sale set for Sept 11 A garage sale to benefit Beta Sigma Phi a nonprofit corpora tion will be held Saturday Sept 11 at Sherris Floral Creations 880 Hwy 81 West TOPS meeting set for Thursday Sept 16 A meeting of Take Off Pounds Sensibly will be held Thursday Sept 16 at The meeting will be held in the Garza Street classroom across from McKenna Memorial Hos pital For more information call 6258860 Parents Without Partners meeting There will be a Parents Without Partners combo meeting Wednes day Sept 15 at the Longhorn Grill on Hwy 81 near the factory mall Members should plan to eat out and also for general orientation and board meetings A speaker will address the new laws of 1993 Call 210 6205018 for more information Christian Womens Style Show Tuesday The Christian Womens Club will present a Texas Style Fashion Show on Tuesday Sept 14 at the Holiday Inn New Braunfels at Soloist and speaker will be Maxine Mays from Poteet Texas For call 6205205 Stammtisch The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung invites its readers to submit items to Stammtisch According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German community Stammtisch represents a sit ting place for members of the community to gather and share the days happenings We invite you to share with Thursday mishap HeraldZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH New Braunfels EMS personnel give medical attention to Maria Teresa OrtlzDe Campos and Maria M Campos both of New Braunfels at a wreck which took place yesterday All were treated and released Twocar accident leaves three injured By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer New Braunfels police responded to a twocar accident Thursday that occurred at the intersection of West San Antonio Street and South Chestnut The accident occurred at approximately Three New Braunfels residents were reported to be injured in the accident Maria Teresa OrtizDe Campos 36 Maria M Campos 35 and Marco Campos Jr 18 were all reported to be injured According to reports the accident occurred when DeCampos who was driving a 1981 Red Chevrolet Silverado pickup was head ed east on West San Antonio Street Reports show Daniel Ervin Clements 36 of New Braunfels was headed west on San Antonio Street and was waiting to turn south onto South Chestnut Street Clements was driving a 1981 black Volvo GLT Restaurant owners up in arms over reports By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer Several restaurant owners and managers in the New Braunfels area have recently expressed their concern over the publishing of health reports in the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Members of the restaurant community say they are concerned not only about the way the inspections are conducted but the fact the results of the inspection are published in the HeraldZeitung Health inspections of the restaurants are conducted by city health inspector Joe Lara The reports including written comments from Lara are then published by the Herald Zeitung Lara said his reports are conducted in a completely objective manner Bill Knight of Langston House said he does not understand why the reports need to be published There is no reason to print it in ihe he said He also said he believes Lara is a little Knight said he could not understand how one of the school districts cafeteria could have a longer list of comments but had a higher score than his restaurant Mark Lauer of The Plaza Diner said he believes the problem is not with the way the inspections are conducted but instead with the publishing of them in the paper I was personally inspected months ago and it was a fair said Lauer My problem is with the Herald publishing them I agree they reports are public record and need to be made I dont have a problem with it being public but those reports cannot be property interpreted by the general he Lauer said the Herald should post results of followup inspections and allow the restaurant owners and manager to rebut or explain what was found Thats what is angering them The paper we advertise in is publishing negative he said June Pace owner of The Loft Tearoom said she has a problem with both the manner of the inspections and having them published in the newspaper Pace said she was dissatisfied with her inspection for several reasons According to Pace she was cited for having a light bulb off in a kitchen in the basement She said kitchen is only used to wash dishes and that the light in question was recessed and was not needed Pace said she had talked to Lara when her restaurant was opened and he had discussed several other items with her She claims he then cited her for these items during her inspection Pace said publishing the reports in the paper is a problem because the public does not know how to interpret them and will get the wrong idea Lara agreed that the reports may be difficult to interpret He said on a point scale a lot of small items can add up although the items may not be critical Some articles may not be critical but the onepointers do add he said In addition to information given at the reg ular inspection a letter containing an expla nation of each deficiency is sent to each restaurant said Lara It the letter goes over what everything said Lara Lara said when conducting inspections he tries to comply with Texas interpretation of how the rules should be applied He said restaurant owners may interpret them differ ently My interpretation may be different as what they feel may be he said I try to comply with the states We try to work with the situation and meet the interpretive he said I wouldnt classify myself as he said There are instances when its not going to be black and Members of the Texas Restaurant Associ ation in New Braunfels will have an emer gency meeting on Sept 13 to discuss the inspections and the publishing of the reports Every newspaper Ive been associated with published restaurant said Her aldZeitung Managing Editor Mark Lyon Its public information just like a police report or other health inspections However restaurant owners have said that they feel the report is unfair That is why we agreed to publish their side of the HeraldZaitung photo by JOHN HUSETH New Braunfels Mayor Rudy Seidel left and Comal County Commissioner Moe Schwab sign the contract with Laidlaw yesterday at the city municipal building Project to dispose of hazardous waste begins By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer In a jointly issued proclamation Mayor Rudy Seidel of the City of New Braunfels and Precinct 4 Comal County Com missioner Moe Schwab announced a program aimed at reducing recycling and responsibly managing household hazardous wastes Now we can start work on our household hazardous waste collection Elroy Friesenhahn Assistant Chief with the City of New Braunfels Fire Prevention Bureau The first thing is the construction of the collection facility which will be located at Station No 2 on Loop 337 south of v Friesenhahn is the local project manager for the program Schwab and Seidel with county Fire Marshal Milton C Willmann and Chief Phil Baker of the New Braunfels Fire Department are the board members who will direct the effort This project kicked off about a year and a half said Schwab The Texas Water Commission wanted to know if we would be interested in a pilot program for house hold hazardous waste They picked four towns and they picked two Corpus Christi and New County and we were the only county to get involved with it We thought it would be a good joint venture We wanted to have satellite collection stations but that turned out to be impossible but I think it will work out this The first problem we had was finding a said Seidel Some of them were over the aquifer and we want ed to stay away fiom that so we found a location that is still accessible to all the people in the county and the city Its off of 337 a good location not over the aquifer So we feel real good about the whole According to Friesenhahn citizens call often looking for methods of properly disposing of household hazardous waste He encouraged everyone to save such products for col lection on the target date of December 4 The project is provided in cooperation with the Texas Natural Resources Conservation Commission who provided grant funds to Corpus Christi and New County as pilot pro grams for the safe disposal of hazardous household waste Laidlaw Environmen tal Services the second largest haz HoraVZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH ardous waste Elroy Friesenhahn Assistant Fire Chief management William B Hallam facility manager for company in Laidlaw Phil Baker New Braunfels Fire the world Chief Milton Willmann Comal County Fire was awarded Marshall Moe Schwab Comal County the contract Commissioner and Mayor Rudy Seidel at for disposal Thursday dgnlng ceremonies of the materi al for New County Typical products which qualify as hazardous household waste include old paint and paint thinner nail polish remover kitchen and bathroom cleaners suntan lotion whose expira tion date has passed shoe polish pesticides and batteries These materials must be treated with sophisticated tech nologies in high volumes In smaller concentrations they are usually just thrown away and often end up untreated in local landfills that are neither lined or monitored The grant program will allow the building of a permanent collection site for the city and county and the contract with Laidlaw Environmental for the application of the necessary treatments and technologies to the materials assuring safe handling and final management Some of the materials such as old paint will be For news advertising or subscription information call 6259144 ;