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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 8, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 140 HdfaldZelturiaO Friday Septembers 1995 Canyon Lake History Committee calls for volunteers Ribbon cutting The New Braunfels Hispafyp Chamber of Commerce recently held its first ribbon cutting It was for El Tejano on West San Antonio Street Sunday Pictured are members Nora Morales Ron Gonzalez Cristina AguilarFriar Nathan Millett JuanLuis Martinez Cristina Zamora Yolanda Longoria Danielle Longoria Mike Cruz and owner Raul Campa Comal County Records Comal County Court AtLaw The followign are dispostions of Civil Cases from the Comal County CourtAtLaw Ford Consumer Finance Company Inc vs Scott Anderson and Laura Anderson suit on debt dismissed George Goepf Jr vs Mary Lutz and Thomas M Quinn agemotor vehicle notice of nonsuit Barbara Kathleen Bates vs Accel eration National Insurance Company Breach of contract notice of nonsuit In re Kenneth Cecil Wood Occu pational license granted The State of Texas vs Michele E Pernoud Occupational license final non license grant ed Ex Parte Michael Dana Ryer Occupational license final non license granted The State of Texas vs A 1 987 Sil verado Pickup truck James Pearce interested oth er than auto final non appealed Robert Sistos Lara of Clute Pos session of marijuana fine court cost 30 days jail 6 months pro bation 24 hours community service Mario Onesimo Mendoza of San Antonio Motion to adjudicate unlaw fully carrying a weapon 90 days jail Paul Michael Sanchez of New Braunfels Motion to revoke proba tion evading arrest 20 days jail Ronald LeeJennings of Fort Worth Resisting arrest fine court cost 16 days jail Enrique Henry Varela of New Braunfels Motion to revoke proba tion poss of marijuana 75 days jail Alfred Coronado Jr of San Anto nio Driving while intoxicated fine court cost 90 days jail 2 years probation 24 hours community service David Lee Daniels of McQueeney Driving while intoxicated fine court cost 30 days jail Outstanding unit The Aggie Bands B Battery received the General George F Moore Award as the Corps outstanding unit during Parents Weekend recently at Texas Shown here are the company commander Cadet Major Paul Relninger 95 Lieutenant Colonel Ray Toler director of bands President Ray Bowen 58 and Gerald Sullivan 67 who with his brother John Sullivan 62 sponsors the award Reinlnger is the son of Lt Colonel Terrance Relninger and wife Bonnie of St Peters Missouri Free GED and English as a second language courses offered through the Literacy Council and local school districts Local school districts in conjunction with the Texas Education Agency and the Literacy Council are offering free GEP and English as a Second Lan guage ESL classes for adults in New Braunfels The classes are continuous and students may register at any class meeting after the initial registration Formal GED graduation ceremonies will be held at the conclusion of the year in May Registration for all classes starts Sept 6 or 7 through Sept 12 and 14 for classes held at due Mowing places and times Lone Star Elementary 2343 W San Aoionjo Rooms 27 and 29 and Wednesday 79 ESL This class is for adults who speak another language and who wish to learn to read write and speak Eng and Wednesday 79 New Braunfels High School Room C3 and Thursday 7 Community Service Center 132 Caddell 9 and Thursday 79 Free tutors are available to any adult 17 or older who needs to learo to reaji For more Worrmtion call 629 2731 or 6206200 or 2JO9456093 Monday though Friday The Canyon Lake History committee will be hosting a meeting of all current and all interested volunteers on 30 1995 at 10 at the Valley Telephone CoOp The committee part of the Lake Chamber of Commerce raster organized to write the history of ttw Canyon Lake area The initial ing of interested volunteers was hoM in March of this year At that tinv s people expressed an interest i with the group to develop a publishable history book Subsequent to the initial meeting chairpersons were recruited in the areas of research archival oral his tory and writers Its time now for an update on the said project director Dana Rrennan Jones The committee has busy setting the groundwork and now we want to push forward We also want all the people who had expressed an interest initially to know they have not been forgotten They will be receiv ing a phone call to personally invite them to attend this stateofthepro The project is still in need of addi tional volunteers Especially needed are people who can transcribe and type audio tapes made of the oral history interviews Volunteers are also needed to help the committee collect facts photos and sources of information about the Canyon Lake area Now is the time for all wannabe writers to show their said Jones We need talent in all sorts of areas You may have talents in areas you dont even know we The meeting will be held on Satur day Sept 20 1995 from 10 to noon in the GVTC auditorium GVTC is located on FM 3159 just north of Hwy 46 For information call the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce T at 9642223 Texas first wind power plant is up and running The states first commercial wind power plant began generating electric ity for the first time on Aug The electricity generated by huge wind turbines in the Delaware Moun tains in west Texas was transmitted more than 400 miles by a system of power lines to residents and business es in the central Texas area In its initial operation the plant generated 5 megawatts of electricity The Texas Wind Power Project is a joint effort of the Lower Colorado Riv er Authority Kenetech Windpower and the Texas General Land Office The city of Austin a longtime partner with the LCRA in electric gen eration also is participating by buy ing some of the power The wind plant currently has the capacity to produce up to 25 megawatts of power and will produce up to 35 megawatts by the end of September as additional wind turbines go on line In full operation the plant will be able to supply power for to Casino Bentancourt of San Anto nio Driving while intoxicated sus pended fine court cost 30 days jail 1 year probation 24 hours community service Dala Gallegos Quiedo of New Braunfels Driving while intoxicated suspended fine court cost 30 days jail 1 year probation 24 hours community service Kelly Deidre Dougherty of Spring Branch Driving while intoxicated fine court cost 24 hours community service average central Texas homes The plant located in Culberson County about 90 miles east of El Paso is the largest windpower facility in the outside of California The three partners signed an agreement in 1993 to construct up to 250 megawatts of wind generators by the year 2002 in the area which is one of the windiest in the country The first 35megawatt phase will provide 25 megawatts of power to LCRAs 44 wholesale customers in central Texas The other 10 megawatts will go to customers of the city of Austins electric utility Currently 80 of the 112 wind tur bines to be built in the projects first phase are All 112 are expect ed to be up and operating by the end of September Each turbine includes three 52foot black blades attached to an 80 foot tubular tower Kenetech is manufacturing and installing the turbines and will operate them on statecontrolled land Pay ments made by Kenetech for leasing the land from the General Land Office will be funneled into the states Per manent School Fund It will mean to million to the states schoolchildren over the life of the project Kenetech agreed to build the plant based on LCRAs agreement to pay less than 5 cents for every kilowatt hour it purchases from the wind tur bines The LCRA will not only pur chase windgenerated electricity for its customers in 53 central Texas coun ties but will help market windpower to other utilities as the project expands in future phases The startup of this pioneering pro ject is not only a milestone for wind power as a renewable energy source it demonstrates what the public and pri vate sectors can accomplish when they work as said LCRA Gener al Manager Mark Rose Generating electricity from wind power is a great thing for Texas in two respects said Texas Land Commis sioner Garry Mauro First in this case it means more revenue for the Permanent School Fund which helps finance public edu Mauro said Second it marks the beginning of a sustainable energy resource that is costcompetitive will keep Texas economically viable after its fossil energy resources have played City of Austin Council Member Max Nofziger said Austins participation in the project is another example of the citys commitment to include renew ables in its electric utilitys portfolio The project demonstrates the con tributions that renewable energy can Nofziger said It requires no fossil fuel and is environmentally sen air or water pollution The startup of this project is the beginning of a bright future for windpower in The project partners are planning a formal dedication of the facility on Nov 14 Enrique Henry Varela of New Braunfels Possession of marijuana fine court cost attor ney 75 days jail Crespin Perez Jr of New Braun fels Resisting arrest fine court cost attorney 90 days jail 1 year probation 80 hours community service David Watson of Canyon Lake Driving while intoxicated fine court cost attorney 90 days jail 2 years probation 24 hours community service Edward Anthony Medina of New Braunfels Possession of marijuana fine court cost attorney 60 days jail 1 year proba tion 24 hours community service Leroy Carl Janner of San Anto nio Unlawfully carrying a weapon fine court cost Juan Landeeros Flores of New Braunfels Driving while intoxicated fine court cost 90 days jail 2 years probation 24 hours com munity service Jose A Ortiz of New Braunfels Criminal trespass fine court cost attorney 24 hours community service Robin Lynn Harbin of Canyon Lake Driving while intoxicated sus pended fine court cost 30 days jail 1 year probation 24 hours community service Aaron Cordell Spence of Austin Driving 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