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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 12, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas                                HcraldZdltung nWadncffday March From Page 1 oHnln n rate incrciwtf for the following for uitprojcctwl Inflation Bxpcnwu relating to in programming or programmers Projected expends for next year More wild the restructuring of the company nnd recent in pro grnmming were retuonn for the pogetl increase All thane wan an effort to bring more varied familyoriented programming to our Moore mild He that plum for digital com premtfon of channels were not listed factors for this request Ferguson said TCI officials have wen receptive to the concerns of local residents who have complained about low channel availability and poor sig nal quality We have an open line of eommu nlcatlon with TCI and are satisfied with their efforts to Ferguson wild We voiced our concerns with managmcnent They have mid they will try to wldreiw those concerns if at all possible People have said they are not opposed to paying if they get what theyre paying According to the citys franchise agreement with TCI the city receives 5 percent of the gross receipts and lim ited government access on a few chan nels TCI the largest cable company in the nation announced this past year a reduction of employees including salary cuts in a review of all expenses not related to customer service TCI officials have said the moves are an attempt to rebuild the company whose stock bepn to slump in value as its debt increased Lake FromP0001 mild outflows could be Increased 100 cubic feet per second for 90 with two feet of wiiter designated for were iiiion Me said the increased would enhance the river for tourists nnd resident Rich the level of Canyon Luke filrciuly in the flood pool level and hut water could be kept In the lake until it needed later glimmer lo help ivold the low river experienced lost summer With lost years drought and no assurance that going lo rain in the and early summer why not save the water Rich said A representative from the Texas Parks and Wildlife department said that agency would also support main tained river because of the posi tive effect ft would have on the fish population in the river and Inke GuadalupeBlaneo River Authority general manager Hill West siiid the conservation level determined by the projected demand for water and ex 1st Ing water fie said going below that level could jeopardize the availability of water If the area suffers a severe and prolonged drought West said however that he was willing to look fli the operation to sec than what they should be and he hopes to have a preliminary analysis com pleted by the time the level reaches 910 feet above msl Depending on the findings of that report he said Ihe lake could possible remain at that level for a while Beyond that Im not going to promise what might Rodman Me told lie group that lie would luive he staff run on analysis on various scenarios set out by WORD Me said the information developed from these scenarios would then determine the next step for the group to take If theres any way we can do it and stay in our operating parameters well look at Rodman said One resident along Hie river said res idents needed a guarantee that here would be no danger of flooding if the recreation pool is developed and also that existing river problems need to be addressed Me said the plans should not be approved until WORD banned alcohol and disposable items on the i willing to jwjgat t asjptig 0s Ihe OfW feet dbovc point as Ihe MasonOixon West said We can work around it but we cant move it up or Army Corps of Chief of the Lake Control Branch in Ihe Fort Paul Rodman said the amount of water stored in Canyon Lake Ihe risk of a flood arid downstream communities need to be taken Into consideration He said are currently lower the group ilso received updates on the New Braunfels River Safety Committee Ihe advertis ing approaches being taken to sell the area to tourists and the plans for law enforcement on the river and lake Comal County Sheriffs Office U David Ott said only minor changes will be made to security on the river but officers should be more mobile and be able to respond quicker Dr Wcs Stamps Chiropractor 001 I ISH N Union Si Middle Love Mama Daddy ilvlc Center New Braunfels Tews March 14 Boyfriends angry reaction offers clue to painful truth HwMVMung photo by Mlchaal Pamnll Top tot Proud fMsfwnti Dtvld M und Lori Stdtor Jontf hold Jullun Harrison wrf nntr of tht omUMfokf boy of ttilt yswf iibkwon Ptradt contest Julians orandpartnta ara Max E and Darrall Jonaa and Louis W and Ina LynrxNI SatHar Area officials seek funding for future road projects By ABE LEVY Writer officials thanked members of he San Antonio office of the Texas Department of Transportation for their support in approving funds to expand Interstate 33 and urged hem to complete the project a public hearing Tuesday The most pressing need that remains in our county is the widening of County Judge Carter Castecl said We all know traffic will continue to Comnl County personnel and commissioners city council members anil staff mid members of the Greater New Bmunfcls Chamber of Commerce were present at city hall to tell TxDOT officials of the areas most pressing rood and bridge projects Many of the Comal County officials made requests for funding along IM I MM and Highway 281 in light of recent trends in population and traffic Chamber officials expressed thanks for the 135 projects but also asked for consideration to connect traffic to the New Dniunfels Municipal Airport in western Giifulnlupe County They also asked for consideration of building another bridge across the hiadalupe River that would connect to Ihe airport TxDOT will review the requests and consider whether they cnn be included in a threeyear plan to improve roadways within TxDOTw regional district Meeting planned to discuss testing well From reports Officials from the Hdwardx Authority plan to meet with New Braunfels Utilities fit I030 March 25 ill the NBU meeting room to dJijOMW letting of one of NBUVaqiiifer wells The Research and Technology committee of the BAA board are considering it HH monitoring well mid possibly later on to augment Comal The plan to ask NHU about performing purging and water quality tests on the well loaded near the Comal Power Plant building Rilii Humid District K HAA representative said she is opposed io augmentation II could have some bad for New lianda said arc groups thai would have augmentation in place of Kprfngflow Thai would be my DBAR ABBV I would really appreciate your help In understanding Ihe real issue in his situation My boyfriend with whom I have heen living for the past seven years keeps a post office box in another town I hiive been curious us to why so 1 nuked him Ins night because he subject of mniI cnme up I hud linked before but got no reasonable Me immediately became agitated nnd defensive und tjiiid il WHS none of my business I told him Itfil he not 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