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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 30, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas                                1A March 2001 HERALDZEITUNG Page 9A 1 am here to make a state ment of said Rodriguez during the public comment portion of the meet We agreed to allow com ments to be made on behalf of council member We did not designate one par ticular council member to represent the city I want to make sure that is on the Williams said he was in 1A favor of the GBRAs permit It makes he Theyve been researching it for Its gone through all kinds of I am sorry that its being held up by people who are uninformed and politically council members Watson and Debbie Flume among them are opposed to the amend One of my concerns is that the GBRA is listing as one of its selling points that it will make San Antonio less dependent on the Edwards Flume If that is why they are doing then why is the pipeline going to a less developed area I ask for a contested case The chain of custody was Chain of custody refers to the security of Any time a piece of criminal evi dence changes hands or is that fact must be j Missy an investigator working with prosecutor Lisa an attorney with the state Attorney Generals also testified More than a decade after the slaying of Wolf had to reconstruct New Braun fels Police Departments investigation into the including its crime scene recordings and interviews with In her she found nearly all of the physical evidence used in the first and recovered property the victims parents had stored two months after her I collected several items of evidence that had never been picked up by the Wolfe As a she found baseline DNA sam ples for Balonis that had not been used for the first she 1A Wolfe said she took extra measures to determine whether evidence might have been planted at the based on allegations against While she could not rule it out she found no evidence of tam she A LabCorp official testified that at Wolfes the company was testing more than 60 bloodstains for genetic where a typical murder case involves only four or Balonis was found strangled and sexually assaulted in her apartment at 483 Laurel Lane in New Braunfels on who was 30 at the worked in maintenance at Balonis apartment com Davis was convicted of capital murder and sentenced to life in accu sations that thenDistrict Attorney Bill Reimer had improperly intimidated a wit ness in the case led the Third Court of Appeals to set the conviction aside in 1992 and send the case back to district Mayo on the who had visited the Mayos on riumer ous said he believed he was threatened by Mayo in the I was extremely uncom I didnt want to be Heatherington An employee of the law firm that handled Mayos side of his divorce testified that she never heard an alleged threat by Foley against Mayos The threat allegedly came on when who was being followed by his vehicle around to The former of Mayos law Jackie Mer was on the telephone with Mayo reportedly was following Foley and Jeannie Mayo to make arrangements to have legal papers served on his then Mercer She described hearing Foley pound on the window and call Mayo out of the In taped testimony later Jeannie Mayo described Foleys act more as knocking on the win Mercer said she heard Foley Get out of the car get out of the Is that all you heard plaintiffs attorney Carl Kolb The attorney asked if Mer cer heard Foley call Mayo any vulgar names or threat en to kill She said she had In Foley was acquit ted of making a terroristic threat against The one thing I want to make clear anybody who told the police you heard Foley threaten to kill Mayo would have been lying Kolb Mercer i Rolb scoffed at that Mayo believed his life was threatened in the con Mercer said she hung up the telephone to call police for Mayo but she did and Kolb asked her The answer brought the trial to a stop and resulted in jurors leaving the room while attorneys argued Mercer said her Mayos divorce attorney who also handled Foleys divorce some three years instructed her not to call the police because Foley was suing One of Mayos David argued that the information was relevant to jurors because of what it would reveal about the plain Treat told the judge he believed Foley sued Mayo and his divorce attorney in retaliation for the criminal It was designed to help him win the criminal Treat Treat said the information was vital to demonstrate to jurors Foleys violent back ground and Morgan refused to allow jurors to hear any of Jeannie Mayo described her exhusband as av mon ster She also accused him of slandering whom she said she met in October 1996 months after Mayo accused the pair of begin ning an She denied any Late Thursday Mayos lead Larry said no progress had been made in settlement We just couldnt reach an Macon Kolb left the door Nothing came of but something could come of it Kolb 1A he It should be one of the first scientific studies we The district can seek fund ing from the Texas Water Development Board to pay for the Bowlin Board SecretaryTreasur er Ernest Lee drafted his own proposal for permitted well standards based on rain fall 1 feel a plan of this type is easier to track and less costly than extensive well monitor Lee also said he did not intend for his proposal to replace well but he believed his plan was more Under the rainfall levels would be measured monthly and averaged for threeand sixmonth peri Rainfall amounts then would determine different stages of conservation or drought management proce Stage one of the proposed plan would be a conservation alert with voluntary reduc tions and conservation pub Stage two would increase publicity and have notices mailed to water sup ply Stage three would have 33 percent reductions in non domestic use and voluntary conservation plans for water supply Stage four becomes Drought Stage with 50 percent reductions in noil domestic use and mandatory conservation plans for water Under stage Drought Stage Two begins with 75 percent reduction in non domestic use and no outside watering and in stage Drought Stage Three com mences with 100 percent reduction in nondomestic Had this plan been around two years it would have helped us get through the summer Lee Geologist and district con sultant Ed Miller said Lees plan was good The thing Ernies talking about does he said he was more Longterm strategies will rely on a water availability zone he A cook ie cutter approach will not fit for all parts of Comal A Sign To Senior Living Large Apartment Homes for 62 Or a Full Service Independent Living Community For Seniors Residential Request Fee Application Deposit One Bedroom Two Bedroom Two Bedroom One Bath One Bath Two Bath or or Amenities offered at this unique community Private Access Gates Club Pool community Single Level Units 24 Emergency Maintenance 1615 Red wood Road Individual Climate Control Hair Dresser Barber San TX 78666 WalkIn Maid Service HookUps Social Functions I Pets Welcome Private Transportation dmhlavltta@hotmall.com Copyright 2001 by 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