New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 11, 2007

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 11, 2007

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Issue date: Wednesday, April 11, 2007

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 11, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11,2007 l.fr :4! TO � J SPORTS SOFTBALL Ninth-ranked Taft upends No. 2-rated Smithson Valley. Page 6A 1 A NEWS BULLRUN New Braunfels firefighter still in the running in Spike TV reality show after Tuesday's episode. Page 3A Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852. Vol. 154, No. 128 16 pages, 2 sections 50$ r 1 Sunny High Low www: herald-zeitung.com 8 1 I Details____2B DEAR ABBY CLASSIFIEDS 5B COMICS CROSSWORD 3B FORUM OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS TV GRIDS m \Mf1 ^4 V " r if --j H 1 1L_P i'^-J^J/l 3 �7. . " J A'. n� i it ���� � - vV-v ^jwl *r -*T, T - , r + h r" : ^mmi r^1 'i,r- &1 Photos by DAVID INGRAM/Herald-Zeitung S&T Aircraft Accessories' co-owner Nathan Durbin works on a distributor for a radial south side of New Braunfels airplane engine while standing under a model of the Memphis Belle built by his in 1992," she said. "We loaded mother and S&T co-owner, Mary Turner. The company's owners say they fear becom- up trucks and moved all of ing enveloped by theTown Center at Creekside site on Farm-to-Market 483. this and nothing got put away where it was supposed to be." weren 1 even 011 li> Turner Moving again, she said, would put a strain on the business, herself and her workers. "If we move we could be down a minimum of a month or two, she said. "It would be a nightmare to move everything, trying to even do it would be horrendous." Turner said she was surprised when she saw a rendering of the Creekside devel-opment in the Herald-Zeitung's March 25 Horizons section. said. "FM 483 was gone and we've got to have an entrance to our business." Jim Ray, whose Texas Commercial Investments company has been involved with the 330-acre proposed development since its beginning two years ago, said he was working with S&T to find the "best way to co-exist/' "They service antique airplanes and their shop has to be certified by the FAA," he said. "They don't want to jeopardize their primary business." "I looked at it and we See CREEKSIDE, Page 8A at Creekside site. S&T Aircraft Accessories, located on FM 483, operates on three acres of land in the middle of theTown Center Residents worried about possibility of bein annexed Bulverde council will revisit topic -11,4 - r By Jessica Sanders The Herald-Zeitung The Bulverde City Council will consider leaving one neighborhood out of future annexations. More than 40 residents of the River Crossing subdivi- remain part of the county. Part of River Crossing is included in Bulverde's one-mile extra-territorial jurisdiction. If Bulverde voters pass a home rule charter during the May 12 election, new city regulations would allow that area to be annexed sion packed the Bulverde w^hout a vote by city or City Council meeting Tues- co"nly residents. � River Crossing resident Larry Hatfield said he and his neighbors are concerned that they would see a lower quality of services and higher taxes if the area is day, asking to be released from the city's extra-tenitori-al jurisdiction. Residents of the subdivision, located in an unincorporated area northeast of the Texas 46 and U.S. 281 intersection, collected 356 signatures from registered voters in River Crossing petitioning for their neighborhood to annexed. "We're not asking for anything different than what Bulverde did when they See BULVERDE, Page 8A Senate could prescribe es to Medicare Negotiating prescription drug prices possible By Mark Koopmans The Herald-Zeitung The U.S. Senate might save millions of Medicare recipients some money if a possible vote goes AARP's way. "It looks like 'mark-up' in the Senate Finance (Committee) will be this week and a vote may come next week," said Rafael Ayuso, communications manager with AARP-Texas, part of the national nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization that helps people 50 years and older. A March poll conducted by AARP of 500 adults age 18 and older shows 86 percent of Texans surveyed supported a proposal to allow Medicare to use its bargaining power to negotiate prescription drug prices with pharmaceutical companies. Currently, Medicare, which covers 43 million people including more than 2.5 million Texans, is banned from negotiating prescription drug prices. AARP's poll shows support for allowing Medicare to negotiate prescription drug prices was strong across party lines, Ayuso said. Eighty-six percent of Democrats, 90 percent of Republicans and 83 percent of Independents agreed Medicare should use its bargaining power to negotiate lower prices for prescription drugs, he said. Ayuso said AARP believes the power to negotiate would allow Medicare to achieve additional savings for beneficiaries, improve the long-term sustainability of the Medicare drug program and reduce costs for taxpayers. See MEDICARE, Page 8A As Independent As Texas APRIL IS COMMUNITY BANKING MONTH! r , The Board of Directors would like to invite you to come in and let our employees show you what sets a community bank apart from the rest! We serve both the financial and civic needs of our community 1656 State Highway 46  New Braunfels, TX  (830) 625-2661  www.1cb.com  Member FDIC 'Equal Housing Lender 0856825000011 ;

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