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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 23, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas JUNE ZEITUNG SPORTS Little League Tenvehicle accident includes 18wheeler and brings traffic in San Antonio to screeching Page 10A NB youngsters continue to play in District 31 tour naments despite more Page 8A Serving Braunfejs and Cornell County since 192 I 20 2 sections j CLICK 5O0 40 chance of showers High Low 88 71 Details 1B DEAR ABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS M COMICS 21 CROSSWORD It FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS 8A TV GRIDS 31 Tough life for working dogs Nearly 20 dogs bring their owners to work By Mark Koopmana The HeraldZeitung SCHERTZ it appeared everything might go to the dogs all went well for nearly 20 fourlegged fam ily members who enjoyed a new leash on life alongside their owners at a Bulverde firm on Fri About a quarter of the staff at CalTex Pro tective Coatings participated in National Take Your Dog To Work giving each of them a chance to introduce their cowork ers to their very own pride and joy The canine officials its similar to bring your child to work and weve been excuse the to do this since said Faye director of people as she walked around with her 9 yearold This is and I dont call her a as I dont want it getting to her said a New Braun fels Hollys just my fluffy As dogs ranging in size from a mini daschund to a Great Dane mingled around the water dog bowl was way too small for such a preparation for several Best of their owners happily traded stories and fun Even owners whose dogs did not make u u u u u it to the event in person brought pictures More tnan 20 CalTex employees brought more than their lunch to work today when the of their pooches for a bestlooking dog Schertz its doors for National Take Your Dog to Work day which sells sealant products to protect paint first for everyone undercarriages and upholstery to auto is 87percent We wanted to encourage our dog owners to bring their four employeeowned and was founded nearly 30 years Friday was a See DOG Page 10A 2nd 35306 developer requests TIRZ help By David Salah Rauf The HeraldZeitung A second developer looking to build a shopping center along Interstate 35 in north New Braunfels has asked city leaders to approve a multimillion dollar Tax Increment Reinvestment About a month Surecap Village Part ners an Austinbased development group that specialized in highend shopping centers submitted an application to the city for a million TIRZ for the Canyon Crossings shopping center set to be built along 135 and Farmto Market Behind closed city leaders quietly met to discuss the The result Economic consultants for the city told developers to go back and sharpen their pencils before they could jump on Developers took their initial which See Page 3A County adds trucks to recyclable list By Laura Blawitt The HeraldZeitung In an effort to increase efficien cy and reduce labor in the recy cling the Comal County recycling program is doing more than just recycling metal and Its recycling outof commission garbage The new which Homseth said first was integrated about a month is a form of singlestream The recy clables do not need to be sepa rated at drop off any They can be placed directly in the back ring Branch Fire FM FM aoefPotters Creek Canyon Lake Fire Station Garden BldgeGlffordHIII entrance on FM VFW Corner of FM 2673 River Lake Fire Station Oblate Drive Bowling Alley2167 FM V j of the collection comin gled into one stream and com pacted in the The reused rearend garbage trucks will be parked at the recy cling sites for recycling and drivers will take recyclables to Vista Fibers in San Antonio to be sorted partially by hand and by he Comal County has received three of the five trucks it was promised by the city of New which now uses a new type of garbage The old ones still are in good condition and perfect to use as recycling Hornseth Were about halfway through the Hornseth The new procedure cuts down the labor process at each which will allow workers to be spread out to new he The county hopes to incor porate up to five new In the recyclers were asked to bring sorted recyclables to one See Page 10A Guadalupe at New Braunfe1sr701 As of 6 Big plans under way for Sundance Park By Laura Blawitt The HeraldZeitung Pieces of Sundance the 84acre development located on FarmtoMarket 306 and Common have already been purchased by McKenna Health oncologist David Jones and Trisun Koontz McCombs is also planning to include a multi family project with eight buildings comprised of 252 apartmentlike a club house and a said Melanie spokes woman for Koontz In order to direct runoff to waterbasins at the edges of the the development uses a grate at the edge of the property which directs the See Page 3A MONTY Caterpillar tractorscrapers sit at the rainsoaked future site of the Sundance Park development at 2294 Common Friday Energy bill would force auto industry to improve mileage By Josef Habert Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON The SUVS and pickups peo ple will buy in the years are likely to use less and many will rely on ethanol or household elec tricity instead of The energy legislation pushed through the Senate this week provides a roadmap to the demanding higher automo bile fuel mandat ing huge increases in ethanol as a motor fuel and support ing more research into build ing plugin hybridelectric Mindttw now ciri get 3S par President to cut oil demand by 20 percent by While Senate Republicans complained that the bill does nothing to increase domestic oil Democrats said thats because the nation must move energy policy away from its heavy reliance on The House is preparing its own The Senate bill requires automakers to increase fuel See Page 5A I BLUEBONNET Jeep GREAI COLORS 8664461243
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