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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 14, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas                                8A Q HeraidZeitung Q Sunday September 14 1997 By DEMISE DZIUK Writer ISD delays calling for bond election Comal Independent School District board of tnistees delayed calling a special bond election to fund growth plans for the district but gave the administration its marching orders on what to present for approval later this month j The districts long range planning committee recommended a million I growth plan that included a new high school itvvo new elementary schools and major l renovations and expansions If The board formed a smaller committee in August to evaluate two smaller versions of Uhe plan and that committee made its f recommendation to the board Thursday night The new recommendation called for four propositions on a bond ballot totaling The board spent roughly three hours 1 reviewing that recommendation and deciding Miow the paperwork calling for the election should read The board will consider approving calling the election on Sept 24 The first proposition for roughly million called for renovations expansion three new schools and technology for the new campuses The board debated at length whether to present the proposition as presented or break the high school issue out separately giving voters an opportunity to decide between a new facility and the expansion of Smithson Valley High School Attorney Jeff Kuntz with Fulbright and Jaworski said splitting the issue out separately was possible but not advisable He said some people would vote no anyway and the district would hurt its chances of a successful election What you end up doing generally in this situation is splitting your yes he told the board Case law has shown its legal but maybe not Trustee John Clay said the new schools needed to be a separate issue to give voters an opportunity to decide what they wanted I think its just not fair to the he said I dont call it splintering I call it being fair to the Board President Dan Krueger said presenting the proposition I package as one issue also would not give the board a clear message on what the public wanted if it was defeated because it had several items He said presenting it separately might show whether voters wanted a new school or expansion of SVHS To me I dont see we have a trustee Doug Nail said If we break that up we burn a bond The board will decide whether to list the high school as a separate issue at the Sept 24 meeting The board reached a consensus that two more propositions calling for million for technology and million for additional renovations and campus requests items be placed on the ballot The renovations and requests were cut drastically by the ad hoc committee and again by the administration deleting requests for painting coat hooks covered play areas and more The ad hoc committee also recommended a proposition for the construction of an auditorium at each of the high schools Each 500capacity building would cost million The board debated whether they were really needed and if they should be large enough to hold the entire student body which would bump the price to million The buildings were added to the plan in the final stages and the board asked for more information before it decided whether to put them on the ballot The board delayed taking any action on a bond election because the necessary paperwork was not ready The board directed administrators to prepare the propositions for final consideration and asked them to use an early November election date in the election documents Possible propositions million tor renovations and expansions of existing campuses construction of a new high school and two elementary schools and technology tor the new schools million for a technology plan million for additional renovation requests including band halls for four elementary and Intermediate campuses million tor three 500capacity auditoriums for the high schools If the capacity Is Increased to to accommodate the entire student body the cost would Increase to million Comal County CourtatLaw Cantrell George Lesley plea jof guilty driving while license arrested May 11 60 days in jail 12 months probation finc court costs 24 hours service Hoclscher Crispen Jerome plea of guilty evading arrested May 26 12 nonths deferred adjudication 24 hours community service fine Si85 court costs Posey Lewis Kirk plea of no pontcst driving while license Suspended arrested May 17 15 days in jail S200 fine 185 court costs Rogers Michael Lawrence pica of no contest possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces arrested March 23 nine months deferred adjudication tine court costs 24 hours community service Arredondo Ruben plea of guilty theft of more than and less than S500 60 days in jail 12 months probation fine court costs 24 hours community service restitution to be determined later Perales Joe Louis plea of guilty intoxicated arrested May 3 CK days in jail 18 months probation S700 tine court costs 24 hours community service Soto Carlos III plea of no contest assault causing bodily injury arrested March 2 180 days in jail 18 mouths probated fine SI85 court costs 80 hours community ice Armstrong Rafaye Jennings plea of no contest criminal trespass arrested March 24 iine S215 court costs Tuesday Carilio Israel Andrade plea of no contest possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces arrested April 19 i 2 months deferred adjudication drug education 24 hours community tine court costs SI75 attorneys fees Roger plea of no contest theft by check of more than and less than arrested June 3 0 days in jail fine courts costs attorneys fees testitution Melissa Ann plea of guilty driving while license suspended arrested April 4 60 days in jail 12 months probation 24 hours community service fine probated SI 85 court costs probation fee attorneys fees roster Barbara J plea of no contest theft by check of more than WO and less than arrested May 16 12 months deferred adjudication fine court costs restitution to be paid to criminal district attorney softice Garay Philip Joseph pica of no contest driving while license is suspended arrested Jan 26 60 days in jail 12 months probation 24 hours community service fine court costs attorneys fees Martinez David Alberto plea of no contest resisting arrest arrested Feb 20 fine court costs 175 attorneys fees Miles Harry Richard plea of no contest possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces arrested March 26 60 days in jail 12 months probation 24 hours community service fine court costs attorneys fees Miles Harry Richard plea of no contest driving while license suspended arrested March 26 60 days in jail 12 months probation 24 hours community service fine 185 court costs Paul Michael Thomas plea of no contest theft by check of more than and less than arrested April 24 12 months deferrred adjudication 24 hours community service fine court costs attorneys fees restitution Paul Michael Thomas plea of no contest theft by check of more than and less than arrested May 14 12 months deferred adjudication 24 hours community service fine court costs restitution Roper Jeffrey Wade plea of no contest driving while intoxicated arrested Dec 16 drivers license suspended for 12 months fine court costs attorneys fees restitution 90 days in jail concurrent in Hays County and treatment center Saenz Shawn Renee plea of no contest assault causing bodily injury arrested April 29 90 days in jail work release fine court costs Saenz Shawn Renee plea of no contest criminal trespass 90 days work release concurrent with ease above fine court costs attorneys fees Quezada Martin Montez plea of true to charges motion revoke probation driving while license is Aug 18 30 days in jail outstanding fees attorneys fees Wednesday Cruz Robert Rios Jr plea of guilty driving while license suspended arrrested May 3 30 days in jail with credit fine court costs 175 restitution Herrera Francisco Javier plea of no contest possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces reduced to Class C drug fine court costs 175 attorneys tees Kraft George David plea of Our umt mktf WU tht oaaaool I I P I 0 V 321 Mill Street New Braunfels 6253316 Our Service Makes The Occasion tht tight Ftnci fw Yw I Butt to MM Fmifem Von KunoM DutoMttVm u opener Metal Wood Horse Bams i Arenas Huston Built Stalls MetaLfiuMMSi 842 LAKtVIEW 830623934U NEW BHAUNFELS guilty driving while intoxicated second offense arrested Sept 9 1996 drivers license suspended for 12 months 180 days in jail 18 months probation 80 hours community service fine court costs attorneys fees Reynolds Jack plea of no contest theft by check more than and less than 12 months deferred adjudication 24 hours community service fine court costs attorneys fees restitution Serna Belinda G plea of no contest theft by check of more than and less than arrested April 10 60 days in jail 12 months probation 24 hours community service fine court costs restitution Pretrial motions Caddell Len Payne plea of no contest driving while intoxicated arrested May 14 24 hours community service 90 days in jail 12 months probation fine court costs Celaya Jesus plea of guilty driving while intoxicated second offense arrested Nov 22 1995 drivers license suspended for 12 months 100 days in jail fine 0 court costs Celaya Jesus plea of guilty driving while intoxicated second offense arrested April 26 drivers license suspended for 12 months 100 days in jail concurrent with case above tine court costs Harrison Tammy Lynn plea of guilty theft of more than and less than 90 days in jail 12 months probation 24 hours community service fine court costs 175 attorneys fees Newton Terry Don plea of no contest driving while license suspended arrested May 12 60 days in jail 9 months probation 24 hours community service fine court costs Tinnin Michael Bradley plea of guilty indecent exposure arrested May 25 12 months deferred adjudication 80 hours community service fine court costs Yanas Randall plea of no contest driving while intoxicated arrested July 13 1996 90 days in jail eight months probation 24 hours community service fine court costs attorneys fees Pretrial hearing Hitchcock Mike Allen plea of COMMUNICATION SOURCE Ask Sprint PCS Sprint Digital PCS Cellular Paging Accessories 826 Hwy 81 West 8306206100 guilty unlawfully carrying a weapon arrested May 19 fine SI00 court costs 12 months deferred adjudication 80 hours community service Thursday Bowers John Stephen plea of guilty driving while intoxicated 150 days in jail 18 months probation fine court costs restitution 24 hours community service Casas Oscar plea of guilty driving while intoxicated arrested March 3 90 days in jail 12 months probation fine court costs and 24 hours community service Dominguez Jose M plea of guilty possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces arrested March 29 12 months deferred adjudication 24 hours community service fine court costs attorneys fees Emick Tracy Jeanette plea of no contest theft by check of more than and less than arrested May 9 60 days in jail 12 months probation 24 hours community service fine court costs attorneys fees Garza Rosie Marie plea of guilty failure to identify fugitive from justice arrested Feb 15 fine court costs attorneys fees Garza Rosie Marie plea of guilty failture to maintain proof of financial responsibility arrested Feb 15 fine court costs GonzalesAcosta Elizabeth plea of no contest cruelty to animals arrested May 8 fine court costs attorneys fees Guidry James Raymond plea of no contest driving while intoxicated arrested Jan 4 9 months in jail 24 months probation drivers license suspended for 12 months fine court costs attorneys fees restitution 80 hours community service Guthrie William C plea of no contest theft by check 60 days in jail 9 months probation 24 hours community service fine court costs attorneys fees restitution Ohearn Todd C plea of guilty possession of marijuana arrested Feb 27 fine court costs attorneys fees Ortiz Isaac R plea of no contest possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces arrested Dec 31 1996 60 days in jail one year probation fine court costs 24 hours community service Ortiz Isaac R plea of no contest driving while intoxicated arrested April 25 90 days in jail one year probation 24 hours community service fine court costs attorneys fees Perez Victoriano Pena plea of no contest driving while intoxicated arrested April 27 90 days in jail 18 months probation fine court costs 24 hours community service attorneys fees Ramirez Gilbert plea of no contest assault causing bodily injury 180 days in jail 18 months probation fine court costs attorneys fees restitution to be determined 80 hours community service Ramirez Maximo Leandro plea of no driving while license is suspended arrested April 15 60 days in jail 12 months probation fine court costs attorneys fees 24 hours community service Trevino Richard Jr plea of guilty driving while license is suspended arrested March 21 12 months deferred adjudication fine court costs attorneys fees 24 hours community service Guidry James Raymond plea of true motion to revoke probation driving while intoxicated arrested Aug days in jail For All Your Body Shop Needs BECKER MOTOR CO 547 S Seguin New Braunfels 6O63A63 FALL ALLERGIES Do you have a RUNNY NOSE SNEEZING CONGESTION or ITCHY EYES in September or October If so we need volunteers for an allergy research study involving an investigational medication ADULTS 12 YEARS UP CHILDREN 611 YEARS OLD NO CHARGE FOR Allergy skin testing Physician monitoring Lab tests Qualified patients may be compensated up to CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130 6299036 6090900 METRO OUTLET STORE The following items will be featured in the Sunbeam Oster Outlet Store through September Sale ends September 28th GREAT PRODUCTS GREAT PRICES All OFF Toaster OvensAuto Shut 4 Slice Sandwich Hamburger COUPON Electric 2O OFF Round Food Steamers ONE REGULAR PRICE ITEM Coffee COUPON MAY NOT BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH ANY 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