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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 20, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas PURTLE POWER Thats what New Braunfels Jerry Puttie will try on Kerrvilie Tiyy when the teams meet up Friday for playoff action Page 6A was left from old 4A fund By Dylan Jimdnez Staff Writer New Braunf els District 3 Council woman Gale Pospisil has an extra to spend on street repair in her dis trict The sum matches the amount budgeted street repair across the entire city Apparently there was money left in the old she said fSPMMMPff i Several months ago Gale Distlict l f Pospisil discovered the funds after MunozGill reminded her last month to clieck on it The 4A fund was the citys economic develoijment account fed by sales tax The 4A prdgrarn was replaced with the citys 4B board When New Braunfels voters decided to eliminate the fund in 2001 the funds were split Districts and 6 Council members in those districts have See REPAIRS Page 3A NO CLOTHES Aliie BurksYoung opines on the dissent and unrest plaguing the administration of NBHS Principal Rickey Williams Pane 4A Vol 153 No S 14 pages 2 sections CLICK 500 WWW Low j High nmtmi u turn till HI mf HWP j Details IB DEAR ABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 26 FORUM 4A LOTTO 2A SPORTS 67A TV GRIDS 38 FRONTand CENTER Have pen need not travel Photos by cu j V t lu T Jt rnoroB oy iwyiHjnuiHAiwi Students study for their GED at The Learning Center with trmguidance of New Braunfels High School principal Mike Fitskb counsels Anabel Mary Ann Woody standing Below The Learning Center former Gutierrez as he does others like her on options for continuing education Expandmgilass options bring education closer to home By Dylan Jimdnez Staff Writer New Braunfels high school grad uates no longer have to leave home to begin their college careers They dont even have to com mute in the region Colleges and universities are bringing their serv Beginning this spring the Uni versitjrpf the Incarnate Word will offer a college program from satelliteofflce at the Scooter Store in New Braunfels The university has been recruit ing in tiie area since the summer Weve had a very good a small start but we have to dean of the extended stuaiej start Porter said schpol 1 5iV There is a definite market in the Forty people have signed up for New Braunfels areafor higher edu the programs four courses in the cation opportunities spring The citys comprehensive plan showedNewBraunfels needed more postsecondary education opportu nities although several higher edu cation institutions are nearby UIW hopes to help fill that need Porter said While UIW students are starting classes in New Braunfels Alamo Community College District offi cials will te planning curriculum and marketing for the Central Texas Technology Center being built near the New Braunfels Municipal Airport Next summer ACCD will begin offering core curriculum college classes at New Braunfels first high er education institution The center will provide training manufacturing and high tech industries like welding industri al manufacturing computer tech nology auto mechanics and even nursing There are plans to expand the building to include an aircraft training wing when the new mil lion facility reaches capacity See EDUCATION Page 3A i GBRABulverde water project on track million pipeline continues despite federal lawsuit water on tap by spring 05 8y Ron Meloney Stiff VVriter puted a state permit that would aUow GjfiA IQ draw more water ftom the lake has sued in federal court Alleging T ionsoieauietoriismrniWfliiproj get to bring Canyon tajse water to Bulyerde 2005 despite a Jawguif tjiat could delayit u projeatWednesday General the plan pipeline could bring wster m jWeaf An underground pipeline would fol low PM 3159 to Texas46 The pipeline vyouJd split near 281 providing water for Bulverde Fair Oaks Ranch Boerne and other the Antonio vyater System which is helping finance the project As demand increases in western Comal County water being suppUed to here under an escalating pricing arrangement with San Antonio Im vgry Jiappy with progress they have Prpjea Manner David WeJsph and consultant VJmmm briefed the fer bw early m and rightofway Welsch said UPDATES Tracking the news PARKS DIRECTOR IAST Wi KNIW The city hired a consult ant in September to recruit a new parks director to replace fired Parks Director Iris Neffendorf The deadline for applications is Friday pity will begin interviewing TRIAL LAST WE KNEW The trial on organized crime and aggravated robbery charges Of RodoJpho Gome was postponed 40 remains in Coma NEXT district Attorney Joe said the Gomez trial has been
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