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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 14, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                TUESDAY Canyon New Braunfels square off in ISO CENTS COUNTDOWN 453 DAYS March March New Braunfels 8 Pages in one section Sept HeraldZeitung 93 serving Comal County Home of CINDY BOWERS I Vol 141 No 212 INSIDE 3 Sports STAMMTISCH Lack of trust aired at CISD hearing By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer rthday wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes Amy Grun wald Cindy Bowers Mike Kivlin Belated birthday wishes to Terry Rapp Ben F Knuep per Vickie Brown Shawna Krahn Rick Gomez Tommy Kiesling Robert Keoghan JOTPS 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 Family Outreach classes begin today Family Outreach is beginning a free series of parenting classes STEP for parents of children ages 611 today Sept 14 at to at Dit tlinger Memorial Library meet ing room Late enrollments wel come if you cant make the first meeting The series will meet for nine consecutive Tuesday evenings ending Nov 9 Call to register at 6201299 Book fee schol arships available Christian Womens Style Show Tuesday The Christian Womens Club will present a Texas Style Fashion Show on today at the Holiday Inn New Braunfels at 12 Soloist and speaker will be Maxine Mays from Poteet Texas For reservations call 6205205 Comal County Fair Queens Contest The Comal County Fair Queens Contest will be held on Sunday Sept 19 at the Canyon High School Commons There will be 22 young ladies from the local area high schools participating in the event The fair queens court will be repre senting the fair association at surrounding festivals for the upcoming year The cost is per person and audience participation is a por tion of the judging Canyon Lake Homemakers meet The Canyon Lake Extension Homemakers Club will meet on Sept 21 at at the Fischer Store School Community Center Pat Rason Comal Extension Agent Home Economics will bring the program TexMex Lite Cookery The meeting is open to everyone For fiirther informa tion call Helen Records at 935 2176 or Regina McKoon at 936 2005 Canyon Lake Republican Women The Canyon Lake Republican Womens Club will meet at the Hying Chef restaurant in Sattler on Sept 15 at 10 The pro gram will be Republican vs Democrat A lun cheon will be served after the meeting For reservations call Patsy Newton at 9643585 Stanuntisch The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung invites its readers to sub nut items to Stanuntisch According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German communi ty Stammtisch represents a sit ting place for members of the com munity to gather and share the days happenings We invite you to share with The general consensus at Monday nights pub lic hearing on the Comal Independent School Districts facilities requirements was that its not the bond issue but the trust issue that is at the core of CISDs problems Several of the patrons that spoke on the facili ties requirements made reference to the lack of trust that patrons have in the information pro vided by the administration However after hear ing Superintendent Jerry Majors presentation comparing CISD to other nearby districts at least half the size of CISD they were generally sup portive of maintaining quality education in the dis trict at reasonable costs Major said CISD has the biggest enrollment the second largest budget a district with fewer stu dents has a larger gets the least amount of money from the state percent compared to the district with a larger budget and fewer stu dents that gets nearly 71 is the largest in The measure is what do you spend per fixed on child CISD is dead the same square miles has the second largest number of campuses is third in number of employees and has the highest ratio of students to employ ees The measure is what do you spend per said CISD is dead last This is based on our budget that is coming up We spent and nobody else is in the so were dead last So you can look at these numbers and others from across the state and say wow youve really done a good job on less money than anybody else or is our goal to spend less in every cat egory than anybody else Peter Garcia also spoke at the meeting and made a pledge to work with the district to close ly examine the budget over the next six months and to support a bond issue if the situation does in fact warrant it Were not convinced that every resource has been looked said Garcia Year round school we never talk about possibly employing teachers year around and increasing their salaries that w CISD Superintendent Jerry Major a b o u progress and change Unless some demonstra tion comes from the school district about utiliz ing all existing you are going to have a heck of a time passing a bond The board indicated that they were receptive to his suggestion and expressed their appreciation of Garcias commitment of time and effort Responding to the year around school issue Jim Middleton president of the school board said it had been considered but would buy only about three years of space in facilities and would increase operating costs significantly The point was also made that the state funding is limited to nine months and the district would have to pick up the additional salary requirements Middleton also said the two high schools were too small to have multitrack sessions and there fore the secondary students would be on a dif ferent schedule than elementary students which is difficult for parents He said these problems were not unsolvable but there were significant difficulties with this option Although there were about 54 people in the audience only about 19 were not employees or spouses of employees in the district Two other meetings seeking suggestions from the public on what can be done to alleviate the facilities requirements and explaining the alter natives that have been considered are scheduled One will be held in Garden Ridge and one iri New Braunfels HeraldZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Geri Games competition Felipe Castllleja left of Oak Crest Inn and Hllmer Burkhart of Eden Home enjoy a friendly game of dominoes during the annual Gerl Games competition held this past weekend The annual games Involved senior citizens from several local resident homes Council approves abatement pacT By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer The New Braunfels City Council approved a res olution Monday night approving an agreement for property tax abatement with StriplingBlake Lumber Company Inc During the meeting the council also approved the third and final reading of an ordinance declaring the property surrounding the StriplingBlake Lum ber Company as a reinvestment zone In order to enter into a tax abatement agreement the area must first be declared a reinvestment zone StriplingBlake requested the tax abatement agree ment regarding the construction of truss manufac turing plant at its facility on old Highway 281 The project would average to an abatement of approximately 33 percent over a fiveyear period This amounts to New taxes paid under the agreement should total The facility is also expected to provide in new sales tax The project will be required to meet certain require ments such as it must be completed by December 1993 and must employ at least 25 people Mayor Rudy Seidel said he believes this is a win win situation The city will receive new sales tax plus it will employ more people in he said In other business the council also appointed 12 people to the Senate Bill 336 impact fees advisory committee District 1 Councilman Paul Fraser asked the com Twocar accident leaves two injured By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer New Braunfels police responded to a twocar accident Sunday that left two New Braunfels resi dents seriously injured The accident occurred at approximately Sunday in the 2500 block of FM 725 near East Klein Road Injured in the accident were Laura Ann Limon 28 and Robert Hayes 12 Limon is listed in good condition at McKenna Memorial Hospital Robert Hayes was transferred by AirUfe to Medical Center Hospital in San Anto nio He is currently listed in critical condition Reports show he was not wearing his seatbelt According to reports the accident involved a 1977 tan Plymouth station wagon driven by Lisa Lynn Hayes 37 of New Braunfels and a 1990 blue Mitsubishi Mirage driven by Limon Reports show the accident occurred when Lisa Hayes who was driving north on FM 725 lost control of her vehicle after applying the brakes According to reports lisa Hayes said a small blue pickup had slowed down in front of her car Reports show Lisa Hayes1 car spun Counter clockwise and crossed the double center stripe striking limons car which was traveling Spyth on FM725 mittee be placed under the citys ordinance on com mittees boards and commissions He also asked they be required to turn in semiannual reports which are required by the legislation forming die board The council approved placing a stop sign at the intersection of Huisache Avenue and Interstate Highway 35 on an emergency basis The first read ing of an ordinance asking other stop signs be installed was approved These stop signs are located at various places on Northcrest Drive Merriweather Street and Memorial Circle The council approved writing a letter to attorneys representing the city in the endangered species liti gation in order to decrease legal fees This letter will also be sent to representatives of New Braunfels Utilities The council approved a resolution declaring Comal County Fair First Century Week Council members appointed three members to the Library Advisory Board for threeyear terms Approved a request for permission to use pub lic space rightofway at 207 E San Antonio St Awarded a bid for property liability and work ers compensation insurance City council supports kiln ruling Resolution passed to back adoption of rules By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer New Braunfels City Council mem bers passed a resolution Monday night supporting the adoption of rules by the Texas National Resource Conser vation Commission to list cement kiln dust as a hazardous waste if sufficient evidence is shown to prove the sub stance is harmful Several residents and business men spoke out on the issue Representa tives of both Lafarge and TXI Cement spoke to city council members as well as members of the local chapter of Securing a Free Environment The issue was brought to the council by Paul Pennington a member of said he had come to the council on behalf of the Sierra Club He said members of the Sierra Club have requested the state of Texas list cement kiln dust as a hazardous waste In July the Sierra Club and others made a formal petition to change what is a real loophole in state he said Pennington said a statewide public hearing has been set for Sept 27 in Arlington to discuss cement kiln haz ardous waste policy According to Pennington the effort to gain the support of the petition is not directed at any local businesses He said neither TXI nor Lafarge are burn ing hazardous wastes at this time Unfortunately we do not know if they will in the he said Larry Alexander a representative of Lafarge said the study surrounding cement kiln dust was prematurely made public and led to misrepresenta tion and inaccurate conclusion about the product Additional information must be obtained before conclusion scan be said Alexander Alexander said studies from the Portland Cement Association show cement kiln dust is not a hazardous waste He also said the Environmental Protection Agency has not complet ed their study into the issue and ques tioned why the city council would con sider a resolution on the issue when no final conclusions have been brought forward by the EPA Alexander said his concern is not the burning of hazardous waste in New Braunfels but that eventually the coun cil will support more stringent con trols and may pass controls on the use of fossil fuels Jay Lynn Davis a representative of TXI said he also does not believe cement kiln dust is a hazardous waste and could not see supporting resolution stating something is hazardous when its not New Braunfels resident Robert Deschner an engineer said he believes cement kiln dust should be treated as an ash For news advertising or subscription information call 6259i44   

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