New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 15, 1996, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 15, 1996

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I have talked to a dozen or so better attorneys who I feel are very competent and can handle the legal, complicated litigation needs of the county.” The unanimous vote by Commissioners Court came a day after a workshop session on Wednesday turned into sharp exchanges between Casteel and Reimer over the firings of Assistant County Attorney Stephanie Smith-Burris and Yolanda D’Antuono, a docket clerk with the County Attorney’s office. The terminations take effect Jan. I. Waldrip has drawn up two options for savings under a combined criminal district attorney’s office. Under option one, $60,086 would be saved and the office would include the criminal district attorney, two investigators and support staff. Under the second plan, $70,081 in savings would be achieved because one criminal investigator would be eliminated leaving six assistant attorneys, one investigator and support staff. Casteel said she still wants to support the concept of consolidation, but that she is uneasy because of* what she perceives as backroom deals. Reimer has said consolidation would save between $100,000 to $125,000 in indirect savings. “I will support consolidation if it in fact is in the best interests of the county, saves money at the same time, provides the services we have been providing and doesn’t cause hardship on the staff,” Casteel said. “It appears the consolidation plan is being driven by a motive to make sure Bill Reimer has a job at the DA’s office after consolidation.” After the workshop hearing on Wednesday, Waldrip said he would consider keeping Reimer as a criminal misdemeanor prosecutor Duck HPI Head O Factory Outlet i NE DAY SALE, Saturday Only Plus r  --------------------—----- I Early Bird Coupon 10 A.M. 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Waldrip said personality issues have gotten in the way of the issue of consolidation. “People have allowed their personal feelings to impede their professional judgment,” Waldrip said. ■----—«    a    Bf a1! wVWVI Im rTVII Jewel L. Pfeil of Canyon Lake departed this life to be with her Lord and Savior on November 14, 1996, at the age of 78 years at Eden Home. Funeral services will be Saturday, November 16, at Canyon Lake United Methodist Church at 11 a.m. with burial to follow in Cranes Mill Cemetery. Visitation will be from 3 p.m. Friday until 9 a.m. Saturday at Zoeller Funeral Home. '7oeller-zs=> aLZsfunwl home im------m.    HH ■ ■§!■ ppmii HBI vi wivnn Margaret Julianne Maria Wierth of New Braunfels passed away Sept. I, 1996. She was bom Aug. IO, 1908. A memorial service will be held Saturday, Nov. 16, 1996, at Faith United Church of Christ at Loop 337 and Common. Have you given to the United Way? OTI lAJIDCnO    Call for Answers • Touch tone w Rotary Piton#* O I UMiCU ;    1-900-454-3535 ext, code 500 Women’s chamber to elect officers Tuesday The New Braunfels Women’s Chamber of Commerce will speak. Chamber of Commerce is having an    For more information, call Susan organizational meeting to elect its Phillips at 609-5030. board Tuesday evening at the Pinto Ranch Grill. A mixer will begin at 6 p.m., and the meeting will follow at 6:30 p.m. Ginger Purdy and other members of the San Antonio Women’s ti Six congressional candidates gear up for run-off elections HOUSTON (AP) — Here we go again: the red, white and blue yard signs, the blitz of radio and TV ads, the newspaper endorsements. Campaign season ended last week in other parts of the country, but there’s still nearly a month to go in Southeast Texas. Three House seats remain up for grabs because of a decision by a panel of federal judges to redraw district boundaries to correct redistricting problems. Because no one candidate in those three races emerged from the court-ordered Nov. 5 special election with more than half the vote, the top two vote-getters advanced to a Dec. IO runoff. No matter the outcome of those runoffs, the GOP will win at least one of the contested seats. Two Republicans are pitted against each other in an unusual race to succeed Republican Jack Fields. 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