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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 10, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 $755 IN COUPONS INSIDE!  50  —    Ciiiifloif _  —    wiiiiuuy —“  New Braunfels  JULY 10,2011  EITUNG  herald-zeitung.com  SERVING NEW BRAUNFELS SINCE 1852  City, Morrison named in suit  Carowest claims abuse of power, conspiracy, secret deal and much more  ByOregBowan  IheHeralri-Zeitung A lawsuit fiknl Frkl.iy figainst ( ity Manager Mike Morrison and the (,ity of New Braunfels alleges abuse of power, conspiracy, unlawful removal of $I(K),(XK) worth of fill flirt, a scKTret deal ¿ind vk)latk)ns of  the Opc'n Meetings Ac t.  The suit was filed by Carowest Land, a company owncnl by New Brauntf'ls' fourth-generation Wc*ston family, over their dealings with the city on thc' South Tributary Drainage Project, which crosses f)rop(‘rty owned by Carowest.  "I can't commc'nt on something I haven't seen, anrl I generally ck) not comment on pending litigation," Morrison said Saturday.  The .32-page suit, filed in Distrii t Court in New Braunfels, claims Carowest's case arises from "abuse of pcjwer" by Morrison.  The suit — filed by Carowest attorneys [ason Davis of San Antonio and formc'r Comal County Dis-tric t Attorney CcK)ff Barr of New Braunfels — (k*tails a i-^-ear story of disagrc‘ement between the ( ity and  See LAWSUIT, Page 8A  SCHOOL FUNDING  CISD  to revisit some cuts  By Will Wright  lt)e Herald-Zeitunq During its last me(>ting, the C^omal iSD board of frustees was dis( ussing Items to put back into the distrii t's 201 1-12 budget. The board will take tip the issue again at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the ( ISO Su[)f)ort Services Building ,it 1404 \-V-> North New Brauntf’ls.  According to the tec ently _ , . . [) a s s e (1  Related  WALNUT AVE. PROJECT AFFECTS HOUSE  ■ Trustees also will consider entenng into a contract to place ads on some or all of thedistnet's Z15 school buses  Page 6A  Texas budget, ( ISD is pro) e(ted to lose about million in ea( h of thc' next two years. CISD Superintendent Mart Walker advised trust(*es to think about rc*storing itenis ( ut (luring tlie s|)ring budg-('t proc ess, when tlu* district t ut $11.1 million in th(‘ ()r(xess of preparing tor a $17.‘i millu)!) shortfall.  "The board members made it dear tonight that ( lass sizes are the most important thing — we want to maintain tliem as small as possilile," board president f rank Baker said tollowing the liine 28 truste('s meeting. "There is some room to bring other it(>ms ba(k in ... We ck)n't know at this }X)int whi(h ones will b(' added back in until the final bucig-c^t.  "The main thing that cam(' out of (tonight's) mc“c't-ing is that it's not going to be as bad as we thought."  Walker is treading cautiously, saying CISI) wilt lose $6.9 million in 2012-13 and possibly more in succcH'ding years.  "This year's budget is going to be better," he sakl. "But the one thing we're sure of now is that it will get |)rogressively worse over the next three years."  Walker plans to transfer $1 million the district will receive from the state for  See CISD, Page 8A  Photos by 1_AURA McKENZiE j Hetalf) Zeituiiy  New Braunfels resident Lauren Krock uses a sign June 14 to express her frustration while standing outsiae her nouse at tiie cor ner of Mill Street and Walnut Avenue  SHAKING HER FOUNDAHO  Mill Street resident at odds with city, insurer  By Dalondo Moultrie  Ttie Herald-Zeitung Some may find dealing with construction on Walnut Street in Nc'w Braunfels frustrating, but a city woman said it's destroying her foundation — literally.  l.auren Krock has harl problems with the work since it began, she said.  Krock lives on Mill Street at what is now the corner house at Walnut since other houses were removed, she said. Before the road construction began, she had remodeled her kitchen and bathroom and was pleased with the outcome.  Krock said after the jackham-rners started hammering away at the road, she has noticed broKen  tiles and cracked sheetrock. She said at times she felt like her house was at the epicenter of an earthquake measuring at least 6.0 on the Ric hter scale.  "When they started digging the big 20-foot trench, like, eight  Lauren Krock sits on her front porch as work lakes place directly m front of her Mill Street home on June 14 in New Braunfels.  teet from my house to install all the underground stuff they shook my house's foundation for like five days straight," the angry resident said.  See FOUNDATION, Page 8A  THE INSIDE  ScnnD  TSR SHOWDOWNS HEAT UP  Riders are still joekeying for position, as the Texas Ski Ranch Thursday Showdowns are coming down the home stretch.  Many of the top riders took Week 4 off, which gave others a chance to earn valuable points in the chase for the title.  — SPORTS, IB  BRIDGE MAKING COMEBACK  Some might have thought the card table has seen better days. But the four-pronged, pop-up furniture has been doing more than collecting dust in the hall closet. The card table is serving as the backdrop for a game that also is making a comeback.  — LIFE, 1C  FORD WAS ONE OF A KIND  Former first lady Betty Ford said things that first ladies (ust don't say, even today. And 1970s America loved her for it.  According to Mrs.  Ford, her young adult children probably had smoked marijuana — and if she were their age, she'd give it a try, too.  -NEWS,3A  ► NB COUNCIL  18-wheeler  P*  on agenda  ByGregBoMWì  Ttie Herald-Zeitung A ban on thè parking ot 18-wh(*elers in resiclential neighborh(K)ds will b(' con sid(>red Monday by New BraunfcHs ( ity Coun( il.  The propost'd ban pass(‘d an initial  1)V  Our view  ■ Before the ordinance becomes law with a second reading, city council should include provisions to make sure the transition is not a hardship for truckers  Page 4A  readinj couiK il on lune 27.  A[)[)roval Monday ot th(> s(»cond and final r (' a d i n g w o u I (I make the Ivan taw.  (ity officials ha Visa id ( om plaints from ( itizens about neighlx)rs )arking 18-vvheel ers in yar( s and on rc*si(k'ri tial strc*c'ts prompted the pro posai to ban lh(‘ big rigs.  lh(' ban would [»revent 18-vvlie(*l(‘rs, ( on( rete truc ks, (kiin[) tru( ks and othf'r vehi-cl(»s desigiu'd to transport cargo from parking on pri vat(‘ property or |)ubli( rights-of-wav in iK'ighbur hoods zotK'd resi(k‘ntial.  Vt'hii les weighing more than IS,000 pounds, lorigf'r thati 22 ti'i't, wider than 8 fe('t, or t.iller than 8 t('el would be banned.  rlu' ban would not appK to KVs, t\[)i( al ti,uk‘smanV  tru( ks, du.ilK (>r siK li v('hi(  )kkiips or otii es.  Reclaimed water  ( ouncil also will hcMt a [)r('S('ntation on a teasibilitv  See COUNCIL, Page 8A  WEATHER, IDA  DELILAH CHAVEZ  GOODWIN FRAZIER ELEMENTARV  Chance of storms today  High: 98 Low; 74  Abbv  Classifieds Comi£js.__  Crossword  Forum  Qbituarifts  Ptantier  Sports  TV  K  . _.5C  3A 2C - IB  5D  Atol rbS jNo 207 4 sections, 26 pages  56825 00002 $1.50  COMING WEDNESDAY  Ford  1 For breaking news, sports and traffic follow us on Twitter <9NewBraunfel8HZ  Become a New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Fa cebook fan at facebook.c<)ni/  -, Sign up for daily e-newsletter by visiting tlie ^ Herald-Zeiting online: fierald-zeitung.com  Canyon High graduate and St Louis Cardinals standout Lance Berkman will start in Major League Baseball's All-Star Game on Tuesday. Coverage in Wednesday's Herald-Zeitung  Rnd out the latest on landscape watering restrictions at nbutexas.com or call (830) 608-8925 for more infomr\ation.  Here is what matters.   

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