New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 26, 2005

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 26, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 26, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas FOR ADC MM F PR PASO TX 799D JULY HERALD i ii 1 M MM M 1 1 ii ZEITUNG SPORTS MEDAL PARADE New Braunfels swimmer Sean Duckworth leads areas medal winners at theTAAF Games of Page 5 FORUM COLUMN Betty Clifford writes how Molly Ivins should be united against enemies of the Page 4 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 213 10 1 section CK i e cloudy High Low 97 75 DEAR ABBY CLASSIFIEDS COMICS CROSSWORD FORUM OBITUARIES SPORTS TV GRIDS 7 8 6 6 4 3 5 7 Council tied up on drainage ordinance By Leigh Jones StaffWriter New Braunfels controversial drainage ordinance remains in place for after city coun cil debate ended in a 33 tie vote Councilwomen Kathleen Beth Sokolyk and Sonia MunozGill voted to keep the ordinances mandatory connec tion against the recommen dation of City Attorney Charlie Mayor Bruce Boyer and coun cilwomen Valerie Hull and Gale Pospisil voted to strike the fee from the Councilwoman Lynn ment in time for this who had stated previously she With the ordinance still in was in favor of taking another the city is facing a lawsuit look at the did not attend the Limmer could not be reached for com from the Greater New Braunfels See Page 3 Bruce Boyer HITTING A SOUR NOTE Photos by MANDY Charlie and John Payne reminisce Monday afternoon over photographs in the Austin City Limits exhibit at the Museum of Art and Music in museum is expected to close its doors Museums musical journey to end 8 By Ron Maloney StaffWriter GRUENE A hard road for the New Braunfels Museum of Art and Music could wind to its end in just two Officials announced over the weekend they expect to close die museums doors at the con clusion of its current which highlights the history of the longrunning public televi sion Austin City Were all terribly disappoint said Chuck muse um board Weve all worked terribly hard for Teeter said he couldnt go past Saturdays press It really covers all the stuff we can discuss at this he Negotiations are ongoing and we still have some hopes we can salvage but theyre a bit AT A GLANCE Ii What Austin City Limits Making Making History Bi 8 VS Information 6255636 To say he would be We have not committed to any exhibition beyond the cur rent Teeter The whole problem is were not meeting our operating Theres just not enough floor Executive Director Charles Gallagher said the museum could be an important cultur al resource even in a city rich with But there has nt been enough support to sustain the Gallagher and the staff have See Page 2 Cortney in learns how to use one of the interactive kiosks at the Museum of Art and Music in Gruene while her Karen and youngest Luke checks out a guitar attached to the MEMORIAL DONATIONS I Instead of Myron Florens family requests memorials be made to the Myron Floren Memorial Fund of the The address is USO World 2111 Wilson Suite Services set for Wurstfest accordionist By Ron Maloney StaffWriter Services have been set for Myron accordionist and friend of New Braunfels who was the headline enter tainer at Wurstfest for more than three Wurstfest spokesman Herb Skoog said a memorial service will be conducted at 1 at the Ascension Lutheran Church in Palos In lieu of Florens family has asked that memo rials be made to the Myron Floren Memorial Fund of the Cards and notes can be sent to the Floren family in care of See Page 3 Trustees near choice on superintendent By Melissa Johnson StaffWriter For parents and students who have eagerly been follow ing the Comal Independent School District superintend ent selection the wait might soon be The CISD Board of Trustees will meet tonight to consider and take possible action on a finalist to be considered for the superintendent Board President Dan Krueger said it was possible that the board would announce a Board members met in executive session Friday morning to discuss the quali fications of the remaining two candidates after dinner inter views were the previous Since late The AT A GLANCE m What CISD School Board Meeting S3 When 6 M Where Rahe Bulverde Elementary School 1781 EastAmmann Bulverde board has whittled the candi dates down from Also on tonights agenda is an action item concerning the purchase of nearly 32 acres located behind Canyon Middle The property is owned by the Eugene Ebert family and is being sold at an esti mated purchase price of Board President Dan Krueger said he was pleased See Page 3 in Sweet gifts Cookie Bouquet opens new store in offering an alternative to flower County faces budget shortfall in 2006 By Ron Maloney StaffWriter If any Comal County depart ment head or manager didnt realize how tough a budget year they faced in they got an idea last After considerable attention with a veiy sharp Coun ty Judge Danny Scheel said Thursday the county is still faced with a million budg et He asked all of the coun tys department heads to shave 10 percent off of their budget proposals for next as head of the countys is charged with preparing the budget for the county and NEW BUDGET ii A list of what is in the proposed budget is on page its elective That tentatively tagged at about will be presented to commission ers In budget healings conduct ed just more than a week commissioners heard a pretty bleak picture of their finances for Tliis it improved a lit tle with the cuts Scheel has so far penciled Scheel said projected expenditures in the general fund were running See Page 2 UPDATES Tracking the news Stallings competes in IronMan LAST WE KNEW New Braunfels resident Robert Stallings was headed to Lake to participate in his first fulllength IronMan Stallings said before leav ing he hoped to finish the race in 12 LATEST Stallings finished 517 out of competitors in 11 56 23 NEXT Stallings said the Lake Placid race likely would be his last triathlon for a He and his wife plan to con centrate on starting a ;