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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 9, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                HeraldZeltung a Wednesday October 9 1996 o 3A Sattler clinic now part of McKenna organization By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer Only a few months after its opening earlier this year the Sattler Medical Clinic has a new name Tim Brierty senior vice president of McKenna Memorial Hospital said the hospital bought out the clinic and has been operating it since September The clinic renamed McKenna Health CenterSattler last week had its ribboncutting ceremony under the McKenna name Brierty said the acquisition of the Sattler clinic will expand McKennas services to people in Comal County We consider it to be part of our mission to serve in the Brierty We thought it would be part of our principal care Brierty said the clinic will still maintain the same services and staff it has had since it opened Any changes in services will be looked at closely he said Brierty said negotiations are still under way to buy the clinic in Clear Springs After that deal is made McKenna plans to move the clinic to the Smithson Valley area although a location has not been determined Brierty said McKenna has leased space in Garden Ridge for a clinic and it should open in about six to eight weeks Wentworth hears concerns about concrete plant permit request By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer SMITHSON VALLEY Local governmental control the Ingram Rcadymix permit for a concrete plant and zoning authority for counties were the issues state Sen Jeff Wentworth addressed at the Citizens League for Environmental Action Now meeting at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative last week Wentworth from San Antonio said he talked to Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission Executive Director Dan Pearson on an issue dear to the hearts of those present at the meeting Ingram Readymixs recent application for an air permit for a concrete batch plant in Bulvcrde at the intersection of 281 and FM 1863 Last year Ingram Readymix applied for a standard exemption at the same site for the concrete batch plant In February by a vote of 21 TNRCC commissioners rejected the standard exemption because of evidence presented in public hearings by CLEAN that the plant would have violated portions of the standard exemption Ingram later appealed to the TNRCC where it was rebuffed again It later filed suit in a Travis County state district court against the TNRCC Wentworth testified before the TNRCC in February for CLEAN A public notice has been sent out stating that concerned residents can write the TNRCC to request a public bearing It is a lullblown air permit You will need to present contradictory evidence that will give TNRCC commissioners the basis to reject State Rep Jeff Wentworth which requires a Wentworth said It requests that you be represented by a fullblown lawyer You will need to present contradictory evidence that will give TNRCC commissioners the basis to reject Wentworth said TNRCC chairman Barry McBee is doing a whole review of the public hearings process CLEAN members complained that the TNRCC was biased toward Ingram claiming the commission had helped the company fill out its application and had tried to require less public input into the process I know you want to see the TNRCC revamped to allow them to have more public input instead of the state senator said Asked about whether counties will gain the authority to adopt more ordinances Wentworth said it has been and would be a hard sell in the Texas Legislature I am just one of 181 state Wentworth said To change the basic powers of state government you would have to change the constitution by getting 21 out of 31 senators and i 00 out of 150 House TRICOUflTYCIIRKT COMMERCIAL OR RESIDENTIAL i Wl ff a j for as low Wood Flooring NO furniture charge Berber Carpet installed pad FREE ESTIMATES 8406 FM Canyon Lake 18005313153 210 8994692 The Deals are Better Becker lop Quality USED CARS 1994 Plymouth Acclaim I 1996 Dodge Intrepid 4 Door 4 Cyl Tilt Cruise Cass Stereo White 1995 Ram 3500 15 Passenger Wagon Dual SLT 360 V8 Cass Radio Several to Choose From 1990 Jeep Cherokee 4 Door 6 Cyl Cassette Fog Lights Luggage Tilt White 1995 Mazda B3000 CahPlus 5 Spd Airbag Bedliner Alum Wheels Cassette White Miles Door Tilt Cruise Cassette miles Med Red Metallic k f Becker Motor Company LsedC 1992Oldsmobile Regency Elite 4 Door V6 Tilt Cruise Cast Alurn wheels Dark Blue mmmmmm 1995 Cirrus LX 4 door Tilt Cruise Cassette Defroster Fold Down Hear Seat Backs Medium Fern Green Becker Motor Company 547 S Sequin New B run ill els Tx 6O63463 18008792621 1996 Neon Highline 4 Cyl 4 Door Stereo Defroster Dual Airbags Miles Green 1995 Chrysler SebringLX V6 Cruise Tilt Alum Wheels Dual Airbags Sunscreen Glass Deep Spruce Stock 1995 Dodge Ram 1500 V6 5 Speed Tool Box Tilt Cruise Emerald Green 1996 Dodge Stratus 4 Cyl 4 Door Tilt Cruise Cassette PAVindows Fold Down Rear Seatback White Garden Ridge OKs water rates By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer the Garden Ridge city council recently voted on the recommendation of its water commission not to establish separate water rates for businesses The council instructed the water commission in September to study the issue of separate rates and to make a recommendation They council agreed with the water commission to establish the same rate including the Mayor Jay P Millikin said We have so few businesses in the city that the council didnt see any argument for establishing it business rate The rate for water meters inside the city is per month for gallons Outside the city it is for gallons per month In July thecity passed a surcharge rate for households that used more than gallons a month when the citys drought management plan is in effect Under Stage IV restrictions the surcharge rate would be per gallons used over the gallorf mark The council heard six requests for variances under tha surcharge rate instituted by the council in July council rejected all SMC requests j The council was not in any position to grant any user of the citys water system any preferential Millikin said In other council business Reappointed Kenneth Struzyk to the city Planning and Zoning Commission place 2 for a twoyear term effective Oct 1 Reappointed David Wood to the city Planning and Zoning Commission place 3 for a twoyear effective Oct 1 Appointed Gary Fitts to the city Planning and Zoning Commission place 4 to complete an unexpired term of one year effective Oct 1 Reappointed Bruce Furbish to the city Planning and Zoning Commission place 7 for a twoyear term which became effective on Oct 1 3DAY SALE Oct 3 4 5 Credit Cards Welcome Visa AmEx Disc Mse of error store prices prevail ENJOY FINE WINE SHOPPING in our temperaturecontrolled Wine Room Extensive SingleMalt Scotch Selection 651 Suite A Walnut New Center 6060052 Weller Bourbon Limit One Any addl Tanqueray Gin o 75 946 Limit One Any addl Canadian Club Blend 14 Limit One Any addl Dewars Scotch 80 Limit One Any addl Franzia 5 Ltr Blush Chablis White Grenache Limit One 1 Any addl Sauza Gold Tequila 80 O99 Limit One Any addl Lstancia Chardonnay 750 Ml 665 Limit One Any addl Beer Cold or Every Day Budweiser Bud Light Case 24 Miller Miller Lite 12 oz Cans Coors Coors Light Stolichnaya Vodka Limit One Any addl 750MI Cabernet Sauvignon Caymus Jordan J Lohr Cap Rock Grand Marnier Liqueur WHISKEY GIN SCOTCH VODKA WINE DEER SCHNAPPS TEQUILA WHISKEY GIN SCOTCH VODKA WINE Scrape Scrub Drain Wipe Wax Mop Squirt Paint or Bring the leftover products to HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION DAY Saturday October 12 9 am to 3 pm behind Fire Station 4120 Loop 337 New Braunfels For More Information Call 6082120 SPONSORED HY THE CITY OF NFW BRAUNFELS AND COMAL COUNTY All City and County residents are eligible to participate DID YOU REALIZE A lot of household cleaners pesticides and paints contain chemicals that can be hazardous to people or the environment if they are not handled and disposed of property CHECKLIST OF ITEMS TO BRING Recyclables FREE Used motor oil Used oil filters Auto batteries Paint Antifreeze per pound Brake Fluid Herbicides Pesticides Rat poison Solvents Pool chemicals Cleaning Products per pound Drain Cleaners Oven Cleaners Spot Removers Tile Cleaners Solvents Furniture Polish Household Cleaners Paint Supplies per pound Paint thinners Paint strippers Spray cans Lacquer Wood preservatives Solvents THESE ITEMS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED Trash Ammunition Industrial waste Explosives Medical waste Fireworks Commercial waste Flares Smoke detectors Radioactive material Gas cylinders Tires will be accepted I at two sites New Ikauntels High School k office in Sattler TIPS ON PREPARING AND TRANSPORTING WASTES 1 Leave materials in theii original containers 2 Never mix products even if you know what they are 3 Separate different types of waste 4 If labels are missing identify the contents of the can 5 Boxes with dividers make good packaging 6 Wrap bottles with newspaper tor 7 If a containers is leaking you can place it in a linger container and use cat litter us an abMubcnt 8 Dont transport the wastes in the same part of your vehicle with children and pets   

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