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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 9, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 8A February 2007 COMPLEX CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Police now have interrogation room building will be used for stor We have so much space in that it didnt make sense to sell Feibelman The new municipal com plex is at 9400 Municipal off FarmtoMarket 3009 less than one mile east of the old city hall Feibelman said the build ings completion date was pushed back several times because of final How employees couldnt wait any longer to move into their new First it was going to be then November it was getting to be a bit of a Feibelman Final ly we decided we couldnt wait any Cain said that city employ ees began conducting busi ness in the new building on She said the complex still needs a few finishing such as Garden Ridge police Dan Bellinger said officers couldnt wait to move into the new The old police DAVID The new city court facility inside the new Garden Ridge administrative offices are a far cry from the one located in the old office was housed in a con verted twocar garage adja cent to the house where city offices were Bellinger said there was no interrogation room in the old so officers had to drive suspects to the Comal County sheriffs office in New We could use Comal Countys but then we couldnt be around to take care of things he This is a lot more efficient and theres a lot more Feibelman said the cramped conditions experi enced by the 12officer department were a big factor when die city decided to build the new The police department was about 60 percent of the reason we wanted to do he The complex shares park ing spaces with the Garden Ridge Community Center and sits on a 10acre allowing plenty of room for Feibel man said the city of will have plenty of time to grow into the new This should serve a city our size for a veiy long COOLERS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A City council members to hear recommendation Monday night in New The median income in New Braunfels is and thats with two people she Theres a lot of people in the city who dont have the problem of having disposable Allen said she is also concerned with med ical needs of tubers on the I look out not only for families but for people with medical needs on the she There are diabetics who need their insulin with them at all theyll need a place to keep the syringe and keep the insulin Five river committee Wayne Barry Ramon and John to recommend the six and 12can river committee said he thinks the committees recommendation for sixand 12can coolers is a good I dont see it affecting families at he I see people who drink floating down the river with who lives on the Comal said he doesnt see a problem with the smaller People can bring as much as they did in the They can just leave it in a big cooler in their cars and replenish the smaller cooler and go John Davis river committee chairman I live on the river and I watch people a I dont see a lot of mothers with children hauling any kind of a he If a moth er is bringing a big cooler it will be easier for her with the smaller Peters said people need to know that even if their coolers are they can be People can bring as much as they did in the he They can just leave it in a big cooler in their replenish the smaller cooler and go The New Braunfels City Council will hear the recommendation on the sixand 12can coolers on Monday The decision ultimately will be the Hull wants local residents to know the coun cil members are available to hear their com ments on the I think everyone should be calling their coun cil member and voicing their she They need to know how people stand on it because its so important to the city of New ARRESTS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Police reportedly seized drug loaded gun Police also seized a loaded firearm and assort ed drug he On Thursday three of the suspects remained at Comal County Brink was being held on a Hernandez was held on a bond and Irbys bond was Carpenter posted a Thursday marked the task forces tenth raid since The which consists of offi cers from the Comal County Sheriffs Office and New Braunfels Police has made 13 arrests since die beginning of the We get tips in a variety of Koepp adding that both residents and patrol officers are helpful in providing To provide information on suspected drug call the Narcotics Task Force directly at 8306203417 or though Crime Stoppers at 620TIPS Affair of the OPERA HOUSE Tilt PlACl FOR SPECIAL EVENTS February 1 4 7 to 10 Music by Rick Cavender Band BYOB Enjoy a sumptuous dinner of beef tenderloin grilled rosemary new and fine Tickets available at Dancing Pony and Tria Jewelers until 9 Tickets 265 San Antonio For info call PERRY CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Proceeds could generate billion Perry said his plan would keep Texas lotterysup plied education funding at present Some people may be get ting twisted all up in the so heres going to be a little bit of an Aggie math Per ry Heres the Perry wants to use mon ey gained from the sale to establish trust funds amounting to billion for cancer billion for public education and billion to help Texans obtain health He said proceeds from selling the lottery for billion would generate an estimated billion in annual interest based on an average return of 9 He acknowledges the amount generated for the education fund would total about million per short of the billion the state lottery currently But he contends that gap could be made up within the state and that the total annual interest yield after privatizing the lottery the billion provides million more than the current lottery does for he the state wouldnt David House Speaker Tom Crad WINTER CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Event showcased warmth of community to see the community come together to sponsor the Its a lot of work behind the he It shows the warmth and sincerity of folks in our Holder echoed Van de Loos sentiment and said he thinks the chamber did an great job with the The chamber is very Holder They amaze me with their so we try to support them as much as we Winter Texans Robert and Naomi Erickson from Minnesota said they Some people may be getting twisted all up in the math so heres going to be a little bit of an Aggie math Rick Perry Texas Governor dick and other leading Republicans have ques tioned whether privatizing the lottery could mean a financial hit for Perry also said if lawmak ers want to invest bil lion in cancer research and do it with a bond it would cost million per year to fund the debt on the He invoked the name of the late Democratic Ann who led the state when the lottery was enacted in saying he believes she would be proud to put the lottery to such a good Richards died in Septem ber of esophageal Perry also explained that he wants the state to sell a longterm concession allowing a private compa ny to operate the lottery for 40 Once the term the lottery would revert to the Privatizing the Texas lot tery gets the state out of the gambling business though it 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