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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 7, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                August 2003 Page 3A Harold of died August in Fehlis was bom May to Walter and Thekla Boenig Fehlis was united in marriage to Annie who preceded him in death in Friends may call at Eeds Funeral Home beginning at 1 August where the family will be present from 6 to 8 Fufleral services will he at with the Carlson Jaku bik Interment will follow in the Lockhart City Fehlis is survived by his David of Kyle Eileen Fehlis of Piano Baldwin of San Anto mo and Deairee Bobbie Grosge bauer and Charles Eeds Funeral Home John Dierksen That opinion was support ed last week by the citys Development Code Steeling which is revis ing the citys development Since the city grows into the the city has more authority than the said Mike committee Dierksen and Norris said they felt the city was capable of reviewing plats in the ET but County Judge Danny Scheel is not so We felt like we had a little more There were a couple of incidencts that brought it to the forefront that we felt were very impor tant that the city had over looked so we just decided it would be better that wed do Scheel Scheel would not discuss any specific examples of mis takes made by the City council will discuss the countys resolution at its next regular meeting 1A most of the day before Democrats met them but nothing was one source The two Republicans planned to spend the night in Albuquerque and attempt to meet with all the Democ rats one source Eleven Democratic sena tors have been in New Mexi co for more than a after fleeing the Texas CapitolJuly 28 in opposition to plans to take up congressional redis They left shortly before Republican Rick Perry called a second special session on the The Democrats absence at the Capitol has brought Senate to a without the chamber does not have enough members to conduct Duncan is the chairman of the Senate Jurisprudence which handles Staples is the Energy Bills too HIGH Call Aire Heating Air Conditioning R1 Equipment StlM Quality Service NEW BRAUNFELS HERALDZEITUNG Published on Saturday and Sunday mornings and week day mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung USPS 377880 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Coun Texas Periodi cal postage paid by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three six one Mail delivery outside Comal Coun ty in Texas three six one Mail out side Tfexas six one Subscribers who have sot received newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 625 Postmaster Send address changes to the Hw Braunfek Drawer New Senate Republican Caucus Duncans office did not return a telephone message left by the AP late Wednes day A Staples aide said her boss was at a redistricting meet ing but gave no other The Democrats refused to comment on the led by House Majority Leader Tom have been pushing for state lawmakers to redraw the states congres sional saying vot ing trends show the state should have more GOP rep resentation in Democrats say they are resolved to stay in New Mex FrQiyi 1A will not be a divisive one The 43 split vote to hire Grunert probably hurt the outgoing superintendents ability to effectively unify the he A stronger consensus on his replacement would get the new superin tendent off on the right Td like to see us get to a more united so that were all on the same page in trying to work for the same Burt saidVIf we could get the type of leader who would bring us all we could just do amazing The hardest part is identifying that person before they are in that Current Superintendent James Grunert announced earlier this summer he would effective Gonzales said the board started hunting for a replace ment soon We knew that to pick a qualified individual it would take a lot of time and Gonzales With Grunert not exit ing until we feel that we have enough time that we dont have to be rushed into making such an important Although Gonzales would not release the number of she said trustees reviewed resumes at a meet ing in July and plan to short en the candidate list tonight and Candidates who rise to the top will be asked to come back for another interview at an undetermined Gon zales Once trustees pick a final his or her name will be released at a public The finalist can be hired 21 days said Kari Hutchi CISD communications 1A Counties dont have author ity to regulate mining opera Millikin People are asking me what Im doing about and 1 dont like saying t cant do MilhTrin Tve been dealing with quarry blasting since the day I took office fourandonehalf years and this time I heard from people Id never met Millikin went to the quarry Wednesday to Rich technical director for Buckley Powder Martin Mariettas blasting said overpressure a shock wave caused when the explod ing force escapes through the face of the rock was what residents heard and We want every bit of ener gy in that explosion to frac ture In this part of it came out the face through the path of least Weaver Neighbors reported it rat tled windows in west and sbuth parts of New At least one resident off 1863 reported pictures knocked from a Norma Herman and her live on Forest a little more than a mile from the It was loud and When it knocks pictures off your thatte pretty she If it rattles your house from the sound or from if s not Were used to the We hear them all the But theyre becoming increasingly stronger and more Dale Hartman has lived on Bob White Lane just south of FM 1863 for 30 He said neighbors have cracks in their sidewalks and About six years he paid to have piers installed under his brick home to shore it cant That damage is from that Its been going on for a long time but its gelling so bad You cant continue to shake a house like this with out damaging Hartman Weaver said blasts are sci entifically designed to have no significant seismic effect outside quarry property feet from where blasting now Federal standards are he and blasts at the Chemical Lime quarry are formulated below the Hartman is About 12 years a seis mograph was installed near his The had it set theyd have a littlebitty boom and no concern is now that we have Mil likin looking into itll taper off until people forget about Hartman We dont want to put them out of busi but something has to be If there is some way they can perform their func tion without rattling us off our we need to have it looked 1A Elbel was arrested June by the Comal Coun ty Sheriffs Office SWAT team on an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge after he allegedly dis charged a firearm in a dis pute with a neighbor over a noisy When officials got onto Elbels they found 40 to 50 dilapidated dis carded air conditioners and other numerous 55 gallon drums filled with oil or other chemicals and more than 500 gallon jugs of what was believed to be motor Not far from Elbels well on the property in the 30600 block of Krueger inves tigators found an oil Waldrip said the pit cov ered about 50square feet and was estimated to be one to twofeet Theresulting cleanup of the dumped oil and other debris cost the county Elbel posted bail the day after his arrest and was released from Comal County He now livesin Medina In other cases before Steel Adrian convicted Friday of aggra vated kidnapping in the July abduction of a local was sentenced to 35 years in He will serve half of the sentence before he is eligible for Lagu nas also received 20 years on a related burglaryofhabita tion to be served con Danny Dale found guilty of aggravated robbery in was sen tenced to 10 years in state prison and Gary both of Lake Jack were arrested 2002 after an incident in which a Schertz resident was allegedly shot in the neck and arm in an attempted car jacking on Interstate Lobevero faced between five and 99 years in state prison in the firstdegree felony Quinn has not yet come to Ktedont seethat person in J i 1 O ond which ends at this go then well try 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