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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 18, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas DECEMBER fV ERALDZEITUNG SPORTS STATI FINAL Smithson Valley is in a high noon rematch with Southlake Carroll for the state football Page 9A FORUM COLUMN Woodall writes how Bush won because Americans did not want a weak Page 8A Comal County since 29 20 2 sections CLICK 5O0 Mostly sunny High Low 66 34 DetailsIB DEARABBY 81 CLASSIFIEDS w COMICS 4B CROSSWORD 4t FORUM 8A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS 9A TV GRIDS U CTTC board looks at plans for expansion By Scott Mahon Staff Writer Because enrollment at the Central Texas Technology Cen ter surpassed the centers advisory board is already looking at plans for The million technical center is operated and main tained by the Alamo Commu nity College District of San Funding for the facil ity was provided by New Seguin and federal The CTTC was planned to fill a gap in the regions educa tion system that would enable local students who are not col legebound to learn highpay ing trade It also will allow area workers to upgrade their skills without having to commute to San and offered summer classes Antonio or beginning June Located on FM 758 in Fall classes were offered by Guadalupe County near the Phillips San Antonio New Braunfels municipal air the center opened in May See CTTC Page 3A ON THE ROAD TO STATE Cervin censured by trustees Chamtonship game DAVID p ayer ParentsuJamJes and Steve and Darcy teller cheer on the Ranger players By Leigh Jones StaffWriter Comal Independent School District trustees publicly censured fellow board member Rose Cervin claim ing she had behaved Roughly 20 minutes after trustees went behind closed doors to discuss the Cervin stormed This is just and I dont appreciate she while head ing for the I work for the taxpay not the Cervins Calvin who was waiting in the asked her what had They wont let me do she Kempin told her to return to the but she Our attorney will be in he as he followed his wife and two daughters out the When the six remaining trustees emerged from closed session almost two hours with their attorney in Trustee Charles Burt read the cen sure See Page 3A students give Rangers spirited sendoff SVHS 2004 POSTSEASON SCORES SVHS San Marcos 21 SVHS San Antonio Clark 20 SVHS San Benito 0 SVHS San Antonio Taft24 SVHS Houston Clear Lake 10 By Leigh Jones StaffWriter Kim Rosendahl stood out side the Smithson Valley High School fieldhouse jumping up and down in the frigid morning She was trying to stay but she also was hav ing a hard time containing her Rosendahl and roughly 30 other parents had gathered to give the SVHS Rangers football team a spiritfilled Were all so she Im missing work right but this was Rosendahl said her a senior spent this week trying to stay calm and His Taylor MANOY In preparation for the state playoff game stu dents at like Brittany decorated their vehi cles using car chalk in support of the football a junior on the varsibut he was afraid he would ty cheerleading said not be able to sleep Thurs Sean might have been day From the Brandt said the cheerleaders would give the team all the support they could Were going to cheer our boys on as best we she Were so Carol and Wooten both held spirit signs while they waited for their Truxton a senior defensive to take his short walk to one of the three waiting charter This is so meaningful because of the history involved and the memories they are Carol Thousands of little boys dont ever get a chance to play in a state championship See Page 3A 2004 CHEER FUND Donations are still being accepted for the 2004 Cheer To donate StopbytheHeratd Zertung office at 707 Landa SL between 8 am and 5 Monday through Friday or mafl a chei made out to the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung to Cheer New Braunfels HeraldZeituna 707 Landa New To volunteer to deliver for the Cheer Fund Call ext 203 or show up at die HeraldZeitung printing plant on Industrial Drive at 8 IQ Thanks to the fallowing for their support Airport begins to develop master plan Chafe By Scott Mahon StaffWriter As the New Braunfels munic ipal airport begins to plan for expansion and improvements over the next two con sultants will have to take into consideration a proposed air port industrial spillover from San Antonio Internation al a growing demand for small airplanes and the expansion of the Central Texas Technology the airport adviso ry board met with consultants from Lubbock and Fort Worth who will develop a 20year master Funded mostly by a grant from the Texas Depart ment of Transportations Avia tion the plan is required by the Federal Avia tion Consultants involved in developing the master plan include ParkhilL Smith Coop er of Leslie Sagar Associates of Roanoke and the Schuitz Group of New Braun A master plan is a planning said TxDOT representa tive Michelle But it also allows the FAA to review any changes the airport plans so airspace is adequately protect Larry Valdez with Smith Cooper said aerial mapping of the airport began And weve already got sur veyors he Sagar said the process of developing a longrange master plan would take almost a Sae Page 3A COMINGSUNDAY Dollar Days Family Dollar opens store in New Braun offers home fun gifts Trustee CISD board violated Open Meetings Act By Leigh Jones StaffWriter While Comal Independent School District board members accuse Trustee Rose Cervin of acting uneth she has accused them of acting Cervin alleges trustees violated the Texas Open Meetings Act during the 18 executive session in which they picked a replacement for resign ing board President Nick Trustees received three applications for Nichols and inter viewed each one behind closed Acting President Dan Krueger determined they could not come to an after he asked them to by show of how they intended to Cervin The Open Meetings Act requires all See Page 6A
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