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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 25, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas March 2001 HERALDZEITUNG Page 5A 1A The rules Watson wants con sidered Monday night would add tracts and the ETJ to the The ordinance as now writ ten applies only to commer cial tracts and only those within the city This makes little Watson when most of the devel opment in New Braunfels is taking place in the Wat son had put the tree ordinance on the previous council agen da to see if it could be Watson took the she because she saw that all the pecan trees were cut down on the lot of the Walgreens construction project at Wal nut Avenue and Business Watson felt a row of old trees on the property should have been protected by the but apparently were The lot was bull Whats Up New Braunfels City Council municipal 424 Gastell Council will con sider Changes to tree ordi nance Final approval of an ordi nance creating a river wrist band program and other 1A ed The old paint cans were and the strained and They will be given away next and everything that cant be reused will be incin erated or disposed of We segregate paint by type and We open cans and pour off compatible Well be giving them away to people next week from 9 to 3 just like Friesenhahn This Friesenhahn and volunteers will go through everything dropped off Saturday and get it ready for next Were pretty We wont give away anything thats not safe or the fire marshal Nobody in Comal County talks about reuse or recycling without talking about 4 Moe Schwab started the local recycling and orga nizers of Saturdays events credit him with obtaining the initial grant that first made the program 1A Four San Antonio bicy clists were reported riding northbound two abreast when a sport utility vehicle towing a box trailer over took The bicyclists reported to deputies that the driver of the vehicle shouted profani ties at them and then swerved into one report edly knocking him into a second From 4A and Comal county interests going back to the late 1950s and early 1960s when San Antonio decided not to pony up and pitch in on the Canyon Reservoir And local officials in this county are concerned that the GBRA may be promising too much Canyon Lake or Guadalupe River water to too many New Braunfels Council woman Juliet WatsonBasked that the item be placed on Monday nights council agen da so she could discuss Which questions New Braunfels should ask at the Thursday how to get the I feel really strongly that the city should fight the per mit Watson I dont think any of the water should go to San Antonio or Bexar The Western Canyon pro ject will pipe water from Canyon Lake to Bulverde and Oaks To finance the planners have arranged a deal to provide water not now needed in west ern Comal County to north ern Bexar Comal County Precinct 2 Commissioner Jay Millikin represents Garden Ridge and and hell be at Thursdays TNRCC hearing to speak in favor of the GBRAs permit application and in favor of the pipeline as its with the water going to Bexar Both suffered cuts and and one had a pos sible Poihdexter An investigation was continuing late Early in the Garden Ridge City citing safety concerns on narrow roads in and around the adopted changes to its traffic ordinance that limit large groups of bicy The group involved in Saturdays incident would not have been affected by the which applies to groups larger than We loan Come by see us at or tali 6296044 37BP3M POOL SPA STORE OPENS In New Braunfels PRECISION PUMP SYSTEMS expands NOW OFFERING CHEMICALS FLOATS REPAIR SERVICE MUCH MORE FREE COMPUTERIZED WATER ANALYSIS EXPERIENCED STAFF to help solve all your concerns FREE DELIVERY MONTHLY SPECIALS see store for details ON SALE THIS MONTH Prices good thru Tablets 50 only Call 6271525for more Super Shock only Unsinkable Molly Brown 851B IH 35 from 35 Walnut on feeder JELLYFISH SHRIMP HOUSE SATURDAY NIGHT All you can eat hand battered 510PM NEW Sunday Lunch Specials from and up 113PM Everyday per dozen on oysters on half Domestic 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