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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 14, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Cougarettes then and now A NEW BRAUNFELS HERALT WEDNESDAY November 2001 16 pugcs in I sections n I TUNG 1 Serving New Braunfels and Gomal County since 1852 50 cents Alliance cements control over Kabul TYLER Images A Northern Alliance soldier waves to civilians as he rides in a truck after entering the capital Tuesday in BY KATHY GANNON Associated Press Writer Afghanistan Afghans brought their radios out of hiding and played music in the savoring the end of five years of harsh Taliban rule as the northern alliance marched triumphantly into Afghanistans capital Diplomats sought help in fashioning a government for the shat tered American jets still prowled the skies in the seeking out convoys of Taliban fighters retreating toward Kan the Islamic militants last major Strikes also targeted caves where members of terror suspect Osama bin Ladens alQaida network were thought to be hiding Alliance troops celebrated the cap ture of the prize they had been fighting for since they were driven out by the Taliban in A small number of troops were on hand to advise The dizzying cascade of events in Afghanistan turned the opposition into the countrys chief power overnight and brought to the forefront the issue of ensuring that it shares The Unit ed States and its allies a govern ment that includes groups the ethnic minorities that make up the alliance and the the countrys ethnic The alliance leaders said they had deployed security troops across Kabul to bring order not to occupy it and insisted they were committed to a broadbased See This hes pitching JESSIE Cincinnati Reds catcher Jason LaRue speaks on the importance of family with dad Derald and mom Melanie in the community and education at Tuesdays Founders Drive Kickoff Luncheon for the Comal Public School a Smithson Valley High School was the featured speaker for the luncheon at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative See Page 4Afor related Group looks at next round on annexation list CISD gets red light on road projects BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer BULVERDE Comal Independent School District trustees will hear updates on traffic issues at two western Comal County campuses dur ing their meeting Thursday at Bill Brown Elementary Smithson Valley High is located near an acknowledged dangerous Texas 46 and FarmtoMarlfet Road The one of the CISDs three new elementary schools to be built in north Bexar County west of 281 is drawing traffic concerns near ly a year before it is sched uled to Both schools and their traf fic were the subject of discus sions last Thursday between concerned CISD and Whats Up WHAT Comal Independent School District trustee meeting WHEN 6 Thursday WHERE Bill Brown Elementary Bulverde WHY update on traffic issues at Smithson Valley High School and new ele mentary school to be built west of 281 Texas Department of Trans portation officials and State Senator Jeff Assistant Superintendent Nancy who was pre sent at the Thursday said she would be updat ing the school board on the traffic situations Thursday There have been ongoing traffic concerns at Smithson Valley High School that have been exacerbated by an improved Texas 46 access intended to make Texas 46 safer for student But many westbound stu dents who use the Texas 46 exit at the end of the school day make illegal Uturns shortly after leaving the Every few there have been accidents on Texas 46 involving student and each Department of Public Safety troopers and Sheriffs deputies write cita we have con cerns at Smithson Valley High Cobb wed like a light and I believe TxDOT CHRIS This driver makes an illegal Uturn after exiting from Smithson Valley High School onto Texas The traffic problem at SVHS will be addressed at Thursdays CISD board BY BILL FRISBIE Staff Writer Members of the New Braunfels Planning Com mission cast a wary eye Tues day toward next years annexation plan while attempting to avoid the black eye of the current annexa tion With a possible trial date looming between the city and the homeowners of two recently annexed subdivi interim planning direc tor James Vaughan said the time is now to start looking at areas listed on the citys five year annexation plan that might be more viable to bring into New We could wait until we see how the lawsuit plays but we at least need to start thinking now about a plan showing what areas are potentially going to be Vaughan We need to start strategizing and be aware where there would be sewer prob lems in some The key word is State law requires cities to develop a fiveyear annexa tion plan specifying the areas it could but not Part of the intent is to notify affected land owners and to hold pub lic hearings before an annex ation vote is taken by New Braunfels City How any area can be annexed involuntarily by the But commissioner Adam Cork said the process does not go far Cork advo cates setting aside funds to develop a marketing strategy aimed at raising public awareness of the process pri or to the public We failed as a city in edu cating the public as to what annexation is all what is involved and what it will cost each new Cork Without marketing the Next in Line Possible areas targeted for annexation AREA 4 square miles north of Goodwin east of Orion Drive AREA 5 sqaure north of Interstate south of Goodwin Road AREA 6 square north of Farmto Market Road south of I35 tract bound by the Guadalupe River on the north and and on the west by River includes Preiss Heights AREA 12 909 acres bound on the west and south by the Guadalupe and on the east by Texas annexation no ones going to buy New Braunfels added square miles to its city limits this The current annex ation plan on at least calls for another square miles in raising the total area of New Braun fels to square Tentatively slated for 2002 Areas 4 and 5 border the citys northeast side and include two tracts totaling square miles north of Interstate 35 and east of Orion These are natural Vaughan Open land is the kind you want to Area a square mile section north of FarmtoMar ket Road 483 and FM 1101 and south of 135 is also in the 2002 annexation The citys expansion along Texas 46 also might include a tract nearly threefourths of a square mile east of the high way and south of Hueco See OA League of Women Voters host judicial issues forum BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer Two prominent local judges and two attorneys partici pated in a forum on judicial selection and retention Tues day night sponsored by the Comal Area League of Women Gary 274th Judicial District County Court atLaw Judge Brenda Chap Assistant Criminal Dis trict Attorney Steven DeLe mos and attorney Phylis Offerman participated in the Alice former Chief Justice of the 1st Texas Court of Appeals in moderated the which was conducted in the Comal See INSIDE Key Code 76 Texas Rangers investigate shooting BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer Texas Rangers are inves tigating an incident in which New Braunfels police shot a man after a highspeed chase Joseph of Kyle and New awaited formal charges in Comal County Jail on aggravated assault allega tions from the domestic dis pute and police chase that led to his The wounds to his wrist and chest were not No bail had been set late Tuesday Texas Ranger Tony Loal was at the Now Bruunfels Police inter viewing the four officers involved in the chase and All are on paid adminis trative and none have been alleged to have done anything New Braunfels police Tony who heads the patrol said any offi cer involved shooting is auto matically reviewed not by Were not doing it our We wanted an out side agency to review it and that begins Celli Hogan was shot a little before 2 Monday while See OA
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