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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 8, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas NEW BRAUNFELS SATURDAY September 2001 16 pages in 2 sections 15 pages in Z sectx HERALDZEITUNG 258 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 50 cents Judge denies annexation injunction Barlow If the city wants to it can The threat of a lawsuit doesnt scare Williams mayor BY AMY CLARKSON Staff Writer New Braunfels city council plans to vote on annexing Hunters Creek and Northwoods subdivisions on despite attempts to seek an injunction to halt annexation for the two neigh Citing his reluctance to become a super city District Judge James Barlow refused to grant a tem porary injunction to block the coun cils I have a problem with any judge who sits as a super city He takes on something that is not in his Barlow said in his rul ing Friday So I am going to deny the application for an injunction and toss it right back to the city coun If they want to they can well decide the declara tory judgement As part of the lawsuit filed on behalf of both Boerne attorney Randy Richards asked for a tempo rary restraining order and a declara tory The goal of the lawsuit is to decide the scope of the state law regarding full municipal City attorney Charlie Zech said he expected the judges ruling against the He made a good Zech He followed the and thats what I Mayor Stoney Williams said he still favored as he always He also said his opinion was not swayed by the threat of future law If it helps educate the public on all the rules of then I wel come legal he The threat of a lawsuit doesnt scare Richards said he was disappointed in the judges but the lawsuit wasnt This was only a he The judges reason was only a limited part of the But the lawsuit goes He may later make rules as far as the See By word of mouth Sisters open New City Bakerys second location BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer Bakeries are in the blood of three sisters who have just opened a new one on Seguin Avenue at Nacogdoches Bertha Herrera and her Letty and Mandy opened New City Bakery Their other the New City located in the 1300 block of West San Antonio is a staple of the West End of New known for its pastries and tortillas baked fresh the dther bakery 13 years and we thought it was time to go into another Her rera Herrera has worked in bakeries since she was 11 more than 20 She said she loves the work and serving her This business is in the blood of my she The first bakery I worked in was my mothers in She sold that one to her sis so its still in our Herreras aunts and uncles operate bakeries in San Antonio and San Mar Herrera The sisters decided to add the Seguin Avenue location because it was a hightraffic spot that would introduce them to new cus We have quite a few customers now who are very and we sell our tortillas and other confections to oth er Were just kind of going by word of she JESSIE Bertha Mandy Marungo and Letty Marungo from left are running the New City Bakery 2 store on Seguin and The sisters said it was time to expand the family business from the first store on West San Antonio At the auction County moves sales indoors BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer The first Tuesday of each folks stand on the front steps of Comal County Courthouse for wait ing for a chance to bid on properties in foreclosure These sales customarily have been conducted on the courthouse No longer is that the case in Comal Coun Commissioners voted unanimously Thursday to allow the sales tOmove ihMde the courthouse to make them a little easier on potential bid ders who had to stand in the rain or In the Texas legisla ture passed a law allowing county governments the dis cretion to move the The first Tuesday of the month from 10 to 4 is set aside for the That doesnt mean that a particu lar property will be auctioned Whats Up WHAT Foreclosure sales WHEN to 4 the first Tuesday of each month WHERE Room Comal County Courthouse at 10 or even 2 Dis trict Attorney Dib Waldrip these sales are conducted on behalf of attorney representing a bank may have to go to three or four counties for So a potential bidder would not know just when a prop erty he or she might be inter ested in including their own if they find a lastminute way to save it will be County Judge Danny Scheel suggested moving the auctions to Room 104 inside the NBPD promotes Celli to patrol lieutenant post BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer When Tony Celli answers his telephone at the New Braunfels Police Depart he says Officer Cel because he has hot got ten used to calling himself Hed better who has worked for 16 years at was named patrol lieutenant on He will supervise the 50 or so officers and employees who make up the depart ments patrol The job recently was vacated when Doug Dunlap was pro moted to assistant Celli was chosen for the job over four other For the past several Celli has been NBPDs com munity relations and train ing He also is the departments property offi cer the man who stores and protects evidence or recovered He also coordinated the field train ing officer worked on the departments patrol car computers and did other staff This past when the city council gave NBPD the task of developing an enforce ment program to clean up lewd behavior and other problems on the Celli and Dunlap built the pro I started working on the river stuff last November and worked on it all Cel li Planning for the riv er thing was and it was a lot of See Canyon Lake turns 35 CHRIS Terry with Canyon Lake Real and her husband Eugene celebrate Canyon Lakes 35th birthday Mardi Gras style with Cajun food Friday at Papa Docks next to the Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce threw the birthday and it doubled as the chambers primary The cele bration began at 7 and lasted until INSIDE 5B Key Code 76 Program makes city Safe Place for youth JESSIE SUTEWHeraldZeftung Throughout the Safe Place stickers adorn the windows of places such as Pit Stop at 974 North Walnut BY AMY CLARKSON Staff Writer Its a service that Joel Witt hopes kids never scared or abused kids have a Safe Place in New Braun fels thanks to the efforts of they have 12 Safe Connections launched the New Braunfels version of the nation wide program in So Witt it hasnt been And thats a good he But its there if they need and thats very The national program enlists the help of local businesses to offer a haven for kids who are scared or in dangerous situ Runaway teenagers or lost children can go to any busi ness displaying the trademark They will be offered a phone call or an overnight This program costs so little to he But if it gets one kid off the street and out of ifs worth all the Ten of the New Braunfels loca tions are Pit Stop convenience located throughout the The other Safe Place is Treefrog a kidfriendly retail Kids arent afraid to go into a convenience Witt And Treefrog Ed is a kidmag Witt said the program is trying See SAFE
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