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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Volleyball rivals head to showdown w m NEW BRAUNFELS I 14 pages in 2 sections pages in sectu HERALDZEITUNG 305 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 50 cents New firm moves into Meadowcreek BILL MRG Quality Homes builder Jeff and business partner Rick Heggy inspect the Meadowcreek subdivision model home slated for completion in BY BILL FRISBIE Staff Writer When the hammering and sawing returned recently to the formerly embattled Meadowcreek subdivision in southwest New part of the neighborhood buzz stemmed from whether new home designs would avoid the legal pitfalls that brought construction to a halt one year partners in a new home construction company said they are as committed to the subdivisions future and are aware of the neighbor hoods contentious Were not slamming any one because thats not our Jeff Manage ment Resource Group Qual ity Homes Were just focusing on a new What were trying to bring back into here is design Were not skimping on Peo ple are always looking for the bottom We want to be a valuable asset to the com Thats the bottom Formed in MRG Quality Homes bought the subdivision from the Dallas based Land There are 21 homes on the and more are on the A grand or reopening in this is alated for late December when squarefoot mod el home is Henry The model will offer a pro totype of what future home sites will look The houses will include the same kind of upgrades that are considered standard in custom Henry Perks will include brick exte tiled 10foot See CISD wants public input on boundary realignment FROM STAFF REPORTS Comal Independent School District wants to know what residents think about changing attendance zones for ele mentary The school district is redrawing the boundaries to accommodate the three new ele mentary schools that will open in Voters approved the new campus es in a mil lion bond issue in May Four meetings are planned through out the district to take com m e n t s from the Starting the proposal and map of the proposed boundaries will be post ed on the school districts Web All of the elemen tary schools also will have copies of the proposals and map Parents can attend any of the infor mation which are scheduled for on Monday at Bulverde Elementary Tuesday at Bill Brown Elementary 12 at Valley Elementary and 19 at Canyon After public input is the districts administration will take the final recommendations to the school board for review and The timeline calls for those recom mendations to be made in The three new elementary schools are being built at 281 and Overlook FarmtoMarket Road 306 and See REALIGNMENTS Whats Up Comal Independent School District attendance boundaries meetings are scheduled for on Monday at Bulverde Elementary Tuesday at Bill Brown Elementary 12 at Valley Elementary and 19 at Canyon If you cannot make the attendance boundaries submit your com ments By email comal By phone 830 6258081 By mail Comal ISO Central 1421 Business New Fright Night CHRIS The Pikachu and a skeleton wait for candy from Canyon High School drama students as they take a safe Halloween tour of different scenes in the schools JESSIE Above Future fireman Johnny Hernandez puts his skills to work Wednesday evening saving candy from adults and running to each and every store at New Braunfels Market Place to inspect them for candy code Below Stores like Hastings saw all kinds of creatures and characters Wednesday evening as trickortreaters made the rounds with their parents and older JESSIE Keller and 2 Austen Brandon hit the shops at New Braunfels Market Place looking for Halloween candy and fun Wednesday Blood tests show driver not drunk night of wreck BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer Blood tests administered to the defendant in a vehicu lar manslaughter case revealed he was not legally Robert of San testified Wednes day that he was the desig nated driver for another man in the headon collision that killed Lewis of Canyon is on trial before Judge Fred Clark in 22nd Judicial Distiict Court for vehicular manslaughter in connection with the Vehicular manslaughter is See INSIDE Abby 5A Classifieds 2B 5A Forum 6A 4A Movies 5A Sports Today 2A Stocks Key Code Pentagon More reservists needed BY ROBERT BURNS AP Military Writer WASHINGTON The Pentagon expects to call up more reservists than the originally believed needed for the war on terror officials said Most will be reporting for homefront The increase reflects heightened concern about potential terrorist attacks on federal installations as well as an expanding war effort in where planes bombed military tar gets for a 25th Reviewing progress in the bombing Rear John Stufflebeem told a Pentagon news conference that attacks have so severely damaged the Talibans mili tary communications system that commanders in the field are having trouble summon ing new supplies and troop We believe that puts u ter rific amount of stress on their military he Victoria spokes woman for Defense Secretary Donald said he had notified the White House that the reserve callup would exceed but she offered no new projected Were not benchmarking she Under the authorization See
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