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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 19, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas i 2003 Page 5A water deal By Ron Matonay Staff Writer SCHERTZ Residents of Universal City and Selma will drink from the Schertzs and Seguiris cup in addition to the Edwards Officials of the four cities and the SchertzSeguln Local Government Corporation signed contracts worth million that will bring up to 800 acrefeet per year of Car rizo Aquifer water to Selma and Universal An acrefoot of water is or water to cover an atiife of land with one foot of It is the amount of water planners say is required to support a family of four for One the water will help Selma and Universal City meet their water needs for the next 50 years and will decrease the cities dependence on the Edwards The Edwards Aquifer Authority has reduced outflow each year and assesses penal ties for Schertz and Seguin created the SSLGC as an alternative to the Edwards Aquifer and Naturalist group musters outdoor diplomat corps By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Doug Dalglish realized about three years ago he knew little about area Thats when he got involved in the Lindheimer Chapter of the Master Naturalists to learn more about the the Comal County man is an expert on grasses other members I know a little bit more than the average Dalglish A master naturalist is a trained volunteer with nature edu cation and said Mary the chapters vice The naturalists learn from science professionals and experts to get a wellrounded education about the JOIN Applications to join the 2004 class are due Call the Comal Cooperative Extension office at 830620 3440 for more They spend a year accumulating 40 hours of classroom training learning about the sciences and the They visit botanical caves and The goal is to get a trained core of adult volunteers who will provide services in the county for nature said Ernie course education They lead educational tours at the Guadalupe River State Park to teach the public about the and the group is building an amphithe ater on the trail to Some members are teachers interested in taking specific skills and knowledge back to their classes or Wenzel Others take tips back to their homes or Master campers and hikers get Other members are youth leaders who want to bring more outdoor activities to their Members learn practical applications of their nature knowl They learn how to attract certain kinds of wildlife into their backyards and how to study them without disrupting The purpose is to foster an appreciation for anything that has to do with Lee Some learn how to improve habitat for butterflies or bring birds into their backyards to improve the Others use the knowledge for land A landowner might decide he wants more dove on his Lee There are many ways to increase the amount of doves to your Teaching people about nature helps mans relationship with Lee For the county would not have as much of a deer overpopulation problem if people learned not to put out deer which has little nutritional and makes the deer lazy and entices them to residential Lee The more we know about the better things Lee KABOODLE Celebrate 7 Years Our Special Hours will be 86 86 124 50 off Entire Inventory A COLLECTION OF THINGS Golhing Gifts Collectibles Jewelry 1023 Court TX 78155 3799415 Come with us a Hai Birthda HOW TO CONTACT US HeraldZeitung 707 Lands New 1X78130 8301 lax 62b 1224 Published on Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday uy the New Biaunlels HmaldZaiiung 377 707 Lands or Diawoi New Comal Texas 78131 Periodical postage paid by ihe New Snunlels Herald Zuiiung in Nuw Suktcriptlon ntn Came delivered in Coins end Guedalupn counties Three Sii 16 One Mai delivery outside Coma County in Itinas Thian 16 Mail outside Texas Su 161 One 111 PojtmesiBi Siod address clisogm to tbe New Bnunfels Drawer Dilivt ry prgblgrai Subscribers wliu have not received a news papiu by 6 luesday llmuiuli fiiday anil by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 6301 Stiff Doug Editor and Publisher 201 Qiry Managing Ediiuj 220 gntuiilindBheiald Cfiiftiiy Advertising Manager 208 Citig Citculation Manager 228 Hury Commercial Priming and Information Systems 8266232 Hiithir Busmen Managei 202 hgiantSheiald till Composing Managur 206 IschieierBheiold Anild Production Manager Classilied call 216 Display call 206 engagement and anniver cill the Guadalupe They built a 51mile pipeline from Gonzales Coun ty through Seguin to Schertz at a cost of SSLGC President Robin Dwyer said the money the two cities invested in the proj ect would be used to purchase additional water rights and other The pipeline project will provide a water supply that can more than meet the needs of Schertz and Seguin for the next 50 The excess is being offered to oth er neighboring Dwyer Schertz Mayor I lal Baldwin lauded the Rest were not going to be held prisoner by the Edwards Aquifer Authority in terms of our he Sefma Mayor Jim Parma said hisdty had been forced o buy water through leases because the amount of Edwards water hifcdty could buy has been ait In recent This is a great opportuni ty for Selma to reduce its complete dependence on the Edwards Aquifer Parma The pipeline he would provide 40 per cent of Selmas Guadalupe County Com missioner Jim who serves on the board of the said no additional pipeline would have to be laid to extend the system to Uni versal City Or Hie infrastructure is already in Wolverton has a water tower thats located in Universal Wolverton The systems of the three adjacent cities are already connected as an emergency backup Cibolo and Live Oak could also benefit from the pipeline in the he Wolverton said Wednesdays deal the foresight of Schertz arid Seguin years ago whenthey began planning for a pipeline project that then looked like a They laughed at but now its Its just like any Wolverton People dont want to invest any money until they know its going to work its STOREWIOE SAVINGS FRIDAY THRU SUNDAY BEALLS SALE LEVIS JEANSFOR BOYS 820 A GIRLS 716 Basic 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