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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 24, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas                                2A Q HeraldZettung g Sunday August Council mulls recycling pact with county By ABE LEVY Staff Writer A proposed deal that New Braunfels city officials said would provide improved services for picking up recyclable waste in New Braunfels could move closer to reality at this Mondays city council meeting Council plans to meet at at the Municipal Building 424 S Castell Ave Council is eyeing the possibility of providing curbside collection of recyclable material which would be taken to Comal Countys recycling center on Texas 46 County commissioners and city council discussed the idea earlier this month during a joint workshop and both entities indicated support for the proposed fiveyear agreement The plan could result in more direct control of the program and increase the recyclable items to include cardboard and junk mail city officials have said Council will consider whether to approve a motion for the legal staffs of the county and city to write a proposed interlocal agreement at its Monday meeting Both the commissioners and council then would review and give consideration to the proposal before it could be implemented The plan could end a threeyear contract with Browning Ferris whose curbside recycling contract with the city ends January 1998 I think its a winwin situation for said Commissioner Jack Dawson We have a beautiful recycling center in this county and we want to give the citys people the opportunity to use According to the plan residents would pay the same amount or less than the current monthly charge of which includes a 4cent surcharge for a sanitation fund The city has submitted this month a grant application to the Alamo Area Council of Governments seeking to absorb much of the costs of the plan city officials said The city would have to buy three speciallyequipped recycling trucks if the plan were approved City Manager Mike Shands said in order to continue the program without a stop in service As far as our citizens would know nothing Shands said The only difference is those trucks would have city The entire project is estimated to cost about to start The cost for the equipment would be paid for with possible grants and existing city funds that would be repaid with monthly fees after the first three years city officials said There were concerns about the cost but from the information we gathered there would be no additional said Councilman Ray Schoch It would be a larger pool to attract more The county currently has various dropoff sites where it collects the materials The materials are processed at the county recycling center and then are sold to Vista Fibers based in San Antonio assistant to the city manager Don Ferguson said The city produces almost two times the amount of materials than the county averaging 82 tons per month to the countys 42 tons per month County officials said they thought the estimated to per month of revenue from their program would double if the city gave them its recyclables New Braunfels City Council Council plans to meet at Monday at the Municipal Building 424 S Castell Ave The agenda includes Consideration of appointing members to the Comal Power Plant Committee Consideration of final reading of an ordinance to rezone almost half an acre of land of the John Thompson Survey No 21 Abstract 608 and Lot 1 Oscar Hahn Subdivision on Executive Drive from C1 Local Business District to C1B General Business District Consideration and approval of Museum the second reading of an ordinance to rezone 10 acres of land out of a tract of the Henry Foster Survey No 34 between the River Acres and Summerwood unit No 7 subdivisions and Loop 337 and the Guadalupe River from R2 Single and Two Family District to Planned Development District Consideration of a resolution to enter into an agreement with Sparr and Associates Inc to provide legal counsel for matters related to New Braunfels Municipal Airport From Page 1A Sgt Sergio Tapia of the 4th Reconnaissance Battalion in San Antonio said the exhibit was to show children that the Marine Corps was here for them It is to let them know that we are not just a tactical force but that we are here for the Tapia said Sgt Kate Silva said the exhibit with five door panels highlighting Marine Corps duties a chest with military gear colored murals and a mural of the White House with a dummy wearing a Marine Corps uniform resulted from an order from the Marine Corps to tell the history of the elite forces to children We are one of the first in the nation to do Silva said Our goal is to get one in every childrens museum in South Silva said she and her staff brainstormed for ideas until the idea of an interactive exhibit clicked We can tell the Marine Corps story over and Silva said Obituaries MtymeFlortwcHcMtmcytr Mayme Florence Heidemeyer pasted away Aug 16 1997 at the age of 91 in Sacramento Calif She was bom to William Paine and Lydia Frances Rector in Caldwell Comity Oct 19 1905 She was married to Eugene William Heidemeyer who preceded her in death in 1938 She had lived in California for more than 40 years She is survived by her daughter Patricia Ann Pat Heidemeyer and numerous nieces nephews and acquaintances in the New Braunfels area The body was cremated Services will be conducted at a later date Evelyn J Schultz Evelyn J Schultz of New Braunfels died at Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital in San Antonio on Friday Aug 22 1997 at the age of 69 The memorial service will be announced at a later date in Omaha Nebraska Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Catherine Jockusch Catherine Jockusch of New Braunfels Texas died on Aug 23 1997 in New Braunfels at the age of 76 She was born on May 8 1921 in Corsicana Texas to Major Thomas and Catherine Hope Robinson Home She married Adolph M Jockusch December 14 1946 in Galveston Texas Mrs Jockusch was preceded in death by her husband Adolph M Jockusch and by one son Jonathan David Jockusch She is Water The exhibit was meant to be picture intensive rather than reading intensive Silva said We know the children will want to feel and see she said Silva said the exhibit would reach both parents and children The exhibit covers subjects such as war fighting people core values naval characteristics and education and training What we show is when the nation and the President need our protection we call on the Silva said The exhibit was nice because of hard work put in by people Silva said We got a hold of people with a lot of talent who made it a Silva said Suzanne Paquette a San Antonio artist painted the murals for the exhibit Silva said the exhibit would tell children about the caring side of the Marine Corps It shows the human side of the Marine Corps not just the shoot lem up bang Silva said Colonial Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and Comprehensive Rehabilitation Specialists are pleased to announce the opening of the offices of William R Culver Bruce G Kinzy 82 1 Business IH 35 West New Texas 78 1 30 Specializing in Physical Medical and Rehabilitation both inpatient and outpatient services For more information call or 6O62144 San Antonio area survived by a daughter and her husband Mary Hope and James Murray also three grandsons David Andy and Joshua atl of Merritt Island Florida There will be no services held in New Braunfets Memorials may be made to the charity of ones choice Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Alma lona Brandt Alma lona Brandt age 96 of New Braunfels died Friday Aug 22 1997 at Colonial Manor A funeral service will be conducted at 2 Tuesday at Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev Neal Taylor officiating Interment will take place afterward in Comal Cemedfry Visitation will begin after 2 Sunday and will continue until service time Tuesday TUNFRAL HOME Edwin C Lehmann Edwin C Lehmann age 74 of New Braunfels died Thursday Aug 21 1997 at McKenna Memorial Hospital He was bom July 28 1923 in Zorn Texas to Earhardt Lehmann and Alma Burtnaugle Lehmann He married Marie Glenewinkel on May 12 1945 in New Braunfels Texas She preceded him in death in 1986 Mr Lehmann was a retired mill superintendent from the Dittlinger Flour Mill He is survived by his daughters and sonsinlaw Betty and Dean Weirth of Hartsel and Jeanette and Larry Ormond of New Braunfels sons and daughtersin law Robert and Bridgett Lehmann and Dennis and Julie Lehmann all of New Braunfels sisters Meta Wagner of New Braunfels Adeline Glenewinkel and her husbaltd Arthur of Gallatin eight grandchildren Susy Beach Deby Ormond Regy Ormorld Amber Lehmann Shannon Lehmann Dennis Lehmann Clifford and Bruce Froelich and one great grandchild Shyann Marie Beach He was preceded in death by a brother Elmer Lehmann Funeral services are Monday Aug 25 at 10 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev Don Somerville officiating Interment will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Pallbearers are Dean Jackson Mike Rheinlander Vincent John Clarence McDay Gerald Hildebrandt Everett Dietert Daryl Fischbeck Mark Shaw and Bill Farmer Honorary pallbearers are Robert Lee Bretzke and Otto Dietert Visitation continues all day Sunday and Monday until service time Eat million jackpot Correction A cutline in Thursdays edition incorrectly indicated the Hummel Museum was receiving The check from the Lower Colorado River Authority was one of 30 totaling given to many organizations in LCRAs service area We regret the error WNFWL HOME From Page 1A Benton said They have been out of water numerous Residents in Deer River have been on water rationing since late July when residents had low water pressure because one well went dry lines were broken and some customers were consuming more than their usual water needs CLWSC general manager Dale Yates saidearlier this month He Roper told everybody it would never be sold because it was the communitys own water Benton said Roper said he bought the land from who had drilled two wjplls in the He said original developers conducted tests and determined there was enough water for the Deer River subdivision Roper said for about 10 years people were not charged for their water an incentive he offered to get people to move into Deer River From an economic standpoint he said when there were a few homes it would have been expensive to collect water rates The former developer of Deer River contended he has done everything he can to keep the subdivisions water system in compliance with TNRCC standards 1 reengineered at a cost of in a way that Canyon Lake Water Supply Corporation and their engineers recommended it be done before we turned it Roper said We promised them water and they got water We made tremendous improvements to the system There is adequate water down there for everyone living On the Agenda Comal ISO Comal Independent School District board of trustees will meet twice this week On Wednesday the board will conduct a budget hearing at 7 at Roper said he did not want to let go of the Deer River water system but when circumstances changed he had to sell the system to CLWSC Then as time went on it became obvious we needed to get adequate water to Lake of the Hills Roper said We needed to do Lake of the Hills is west of Deer River on FarmtoMarket 306 on the north side of Canyon Lake Deer River and Lake of the Hills are on the same system Roper said the CLWSC board of directors bought the system While the vote was Roper said he excused himself from the meeting He was president ftf the GfcWSC Benton said So we are asking for a temporary injunction requiring that all water rates of the plaintiffs be paid in the register of the court until the water services are improved for six To ease recent water in Deer River CLWSC is in the process of drilling a new well on a Rebecca Creek site which was purchased from Roper Yates said he hoped to send the engineering plans to TNRCC next week and that he hoped to start drilling the new well in about two weeks Yates said once the drilling of the new well began he hoped it would take 60 days to complete Yates said the well would be drilled so it could pump 75 gallons per minute and that a gallon storage tank would be installed Roper said the recent water problems in Deer River were not his fault Several people are prone to abuse the he said Benton said the plaintiffs were seeking damages from Roper We are asking for punitive damages based on the fraud and Bill Brown Elementary School The board will consider approving the budget after the hearing On Thursday the board will conduct its regular board meeting at at Bill Brown Elementary Catfish Boat Money Talks Sundoy Only Event Horizon R George of the Jungle HAUL OFF JUNK SERVICE Anything the garbage man wont haul off we will Call for FREE estimate KAN KLEEN CO Centex The BEST GIFT SHOP in 900 South Seguin Ave by the underpass 6293979 Your Original Christmas Store More Dept 56 Gold Key Dealer Christopher Radko Fontanini Bath Body by Aromatique and Crabtree Evelyn 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