New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 3, 2007

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 03, 2007

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 3, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas THE SUNDAY JUNE 3, 2007 Herald-Zeitung SPORTS New school Canyon Lake High isreadying facilities, coaching staff for first season. Page 1B RIVER CHECK Is it safe to raft or tube? Latest river speeds and safety guide. Page 10A Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852. Vol. 154, No. 175 32 pages, 5 sections WWW. herald-zeitung.com $1.00 56825 00002 'r I CLASSIFIEDS ID * COMICS 5C Bl FORUM 4A LIFE 1C Less cloudy NATION 5A High Low OBITUARIES 3A 93 72 SPORTS 1B Details .... 3B TV GRIDS 2-3E Residents protest attempt to close OakRun path Planning commission to consider request to rezone lots, tear out sidewalk Noah Gregoire and Lauren Kenney walk home with other sixth-graders from Oak Run School along a sidewalk leading to their subdivision near the school on the last day of the spring semester. DAVID INGRAM Herald-Zeitung By David Saleh Rauf The Herald-Zeitung In response to what some in the Oak Run subdivision are labeling autocratic-style leadership by the man who developed the subdivision and heads the local home owners association, a protest movement has manifested against plans to tear down a IO foot-wide sidewalk used predominantly by schoolchildren. However, as community mem bers in the subdivision will tell you, its not just any old sidewalk that Ed Badouh, developer of Oak Run and according to the community newsletter the self-proclaimed “dictator” of the HOA, has plans to uproot. It is the only path — commonly referred to as the "sidewalk through the ditch” — that connects the subdivision of 500 families to a fellowship church and the OakRun 6th Grade Center, which is set to expand into a full blown middle school in the coming years; it’s a path that children use to ride their bike across, community members use as a means for walking exercise and parents use to shave time from their morning bustle by dropping their See PATH, Page 7A RIGHT: Stryker Saunders of PristineTexas Rivers drags a large, deflated, water trampoline out of the Comal River during one of the company's four day a week river cleanups. ABOVE: New trash cans emblazoned “Keep New Braunfels Clean" logos sit ready for the day's coming floaters Saturday morning at the last tube exit on the Comal River: Photos by MONTY MARION/Herald-Zeitung Contractor has removed 780 bags of trash from rivers since April I By Suzanne Ashe The Herald-Zeitung “Keep it Pure and Simple, Keep New Braunfels Clean,” is the new anti litter campaign underway in New Braunfels. Nathan Pence, River Activities manager, presented the campaign to the city council last Monday. “Utter was something the council and River Activities Committee identified as a serious problem,” he said. “We need to step up our preservation and stewardship of our natural resources in New Braunfels and one way to do that is with the anti-litter campaign." Pence said information on where and how to stash the trash is included on table tents located in hotels and restaurants and direct mail inserted into New Braunfels Utilities bills to residents, Also, all city staff e-mail’s will contain the logo and stencils will be supplied to outfitters to go on rental tubes. Decals, posters, brochures and a Web page also have been created to get the word out. “This is an ongoing campaign to encourage residents and visitors to recycle and dispose of litter properly,” Pence said. District 4 Councilman Pat Wiggins expressed his thanks to Pence for the new campaign. “I can’t wait to see it all in action,” he said. PristineTexas Rivers was awarded a $91,000 contract by the city in March to empty trash cans four times a week and on holidays. They also are required to scrub the steps of Last Tuber’s Exit, Garden Street Bridge stairs and stairs at Hinman Island Park with metal See TRASH, Page 10A Canyon Lake family killed Woman, 3 young sons among 7 victims of wreck near Seguin The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise GUADALUPE COUNTY — Four members of a Canyon Lake family were among seven people killed late Friday in a head-on collision on Texas 123 south of Seguin. According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, Jennifer Gonzales, 25, and her children, Jesus Powell, 5, and Dominic Gonzales, 2 were pronounced dead at the scene. A third son, Andre Gonzales, I, was flown to University Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 1:37 a.m. Saturday. The four members of the Canyon Lake family were passengers in a 1994 GMC Jimmy driven by Andrew Pomeroy, 41, of Seguin. Another man, Ernest Gonzales, 57, of Stockdale, also died at the scene. According to DPS reports, the Jimmy was struck head-on by a 1994 Jeep Cherokee, driven by Jose Amaya II, 24, of Nixon, who died at the scene. DPS Public Information Officer Travis I tall said Saturday die wreck occurred 2.9 miles north of the Wilson County line at 11:30 p.m. The trooper said it was one of the worst See KILLED, Page 8A Removed from rivers since April 1: 780 x 55-gallon trash bags More than 1,000 pounds of debris Source: Texas Pristine Rivers Battling the trash Still caring for their children Blue Star Mothers send 4th of July packages By David Saleh Rauf The Herald-Zeitung CANYON LAKE — Although the 4th of July still is more than a month away, for Suzanne Fancher it’s a day she already knows will resonate deep in her heart this year. And with good reason. Her 22-year-old son, Brian — who graduated from New Braunfels I Ugh School in 2003 — currently is serving a 15 month stint in Iraq, where more than 3,500 U.S. military personnel have been killed since the war began in 2003. “The 4th of July used to be fun and picnics,” Fancher said. “But this year, it will take on a much deeper meaning knowing that my son is now one of those who is the reason tnat we will be able to continue celebrating the 4th of July.” On Saturday, Brancher and a group of about 30 members from the Canyon Lake chapter of the Blue Star Mothers, a support group for people who have family and friends serving in the military, sat nearly 6,000 miles See CARING, Page 3A Suzanne Fancher of the Canyon Lake Area Blue Star Mothers packs snacks to be sent off to troops serving overseas Saturday at the St. Andrews Lutheran Church in Canyon Lake. MONTY MARION Herald-ZeitungFirst Commercial Bank, N AAs Independent As texasStop in and register to win a flat-screen TV valued at $500.Drawing will be held in JuneijjTT1525 S. Seguin Avenue. - New Braunfels 830.221-3900 W W W.lcb.com Member l im \TrZn See p7A to check out sidewalk location. ;

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