New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 14, 1996, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 14, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 14, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-ZeitungOSunday, January 14,199603 A Project KISS to host Valentine Ball The Project KISS (Kids In Safe Surroundings) will have their third annual Valentine Ball on Saturday, Feb. 3, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Canyon Lake Country Club. KISS Chairwoman Trish Wyatt promises that the ball will be a fun one and that the group hopes to raise $10,000 from the event. Tickets for the event are $50 per person. Reservations can be made at Hill Country Chiropractic, Inspirations, Shear Success hair salon or by calling (210) 964-3003. All three businesses are spon soring the ball. The ball is a formal affair.    s A cash bar will be opened between 6:30-7:30 p.m. A buffet meal with gourmet desserts and assorted salads will be served. Door prizes will be given away and guests will be able to dance the night away with entertainment provided by Monty “Guitar” Tyler.ObituaryOlar R. Davis Mrs. Olar R. Davis of New Braunfels died Thursday, January 11,19% in San Antonio at the age of 83. Funeral services are scheduled for Monday, January 15 at 11 a.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Ken neth King officiating. Interment will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Visitation continues until service time on Monday. Canyon Lake Water Supply Corp. plans improvements By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer Entering its third year of operation, it promises to be a busy year of improvements, additions and acquisitions for the Canyon Lake Water Supply Corporation, General Manager Dale Yates said. “We are working to improve our water quality, distribution and making sure our customers enjoy a fine quality of water,” Yates said. “With these improvements, we want to reduce our electrical energy consumption by 30 percent.” CLWSC will have a $1.1 million capital improvements budget for 1996, Yates said. A million of that total is part of a 25-year loan from the Texas Water Development Board while the rest of the $ 150,000 is from the corporation’s budget. “One of our priorities is to convert and rebuild three of our pump service stations in Canyon Lake Hills, Canyon Lake Forest and Astro Hills,” Yates said. “We will upgrade these pump stations so that they will be upgraded for electrical service.” The Triple Peak water treatment plant on the Southside of the lake is ready to be 100-percent online and is already serving the Village West subdivision, Yates said. Village West residents have complained about oxidization in their wells and the fact>that they have had to change their filters frequently. With the Triple Peak water treatment plant serving Village West, Yates said some of the residents there are already enjoying better quality water.The goal of CLWSC is to have the Triple Peak plant pumping 200,000 gallons of water per day. Valves will also be placed on pipelines in Village West. More maintenance improvements on present systems will be made, Yates said. “We want to upgrade the pipelines in the Tanglewood subdivision by solving the water pressure problems there,” Yates said. “We will rework the well at Riverwood (subdivision) to make it mn on electricity and we will put a system in which will enable us to spot problems in our wells.” The capital improvements budget calls for the acquisitions of IO water systems, nine of those which will be on the northside of the lake. The only one on the Southside of the lake, The Woodlands, will play a key role in hooking up many of water systems, Yates said. “The acquisition of Deer River will give Lake of the Hills, the only subdivision that had to be put on water rationing, the ability to interconnect with Deer River. By interconnecting with Deer River, this will give Lake of the Hills enough water (for its consumers),” Yates said. “With the acquisition of the Woodlands, in the future we want to interconnect The Woodlands with Waterfront Park, Canyon Lake Forest, The Oaks and Village West,” Yates said. “We want to loop everything from The Oaks to Village West to Canyon Lake Forest. Because of two good wells in Canyon Lake Forest, we want to have the ability to supplement water to these subdivisions. Eventually, we would like to have the Triple Peak plant to have the ability to be supporting Sattler in the future.” The goal of these improvements, Yates said, is to reduce the water consumer’s dependence on the Glen Rose Aquifer and to become oriented to a surface water system in several years. “We want to use a combination of * surface and groundwater to help us prevent water outages in case of an emergency," Yates said. GOMALTEX INSURANCE welcomes KENNETH J. DEVILLIER Kenneth J. Devillier joined Comaltex Insurance Agency, Inc. in December of 1995. His prior insurance experience has been in the San Antonio and New Braunfels area. He holds life, health and P&C licenses. Kenneth is a graduate of Port Arthur College. Kenneth and his wife, Sammie, have two sons, Dr. Brit Devillier of Fort Worth and Guy Devillier of Dallas. Kenneth is a member of the Tri County Symphony Chorus. He is also a member of the St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church Choir. 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