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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 21, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 ü  HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM 1 Thursday, July 21, 2011 | 5  LONDON (AP)  f’rimc Minister Oavid Cameron (fraggerl his political i(K*s into Britain's ph()ne-hac kI ng sc a ndaI at a raucous session oi Rirlia-ment on Wednesday, distancing hiniself from a former aide at the heart of the allegations and denying his staff tried to thwart  Cameron  investigations.  ( ameron, who flew back from Atrica early for the emerg(‘ncy session, defended his dec is ion to hire former News of the World editor Andv Coul-  son as his eomniunii .itiohs chief.  He said ( oulson's work in governmi'nt had been untarnished.  Coulson was arr('sted this month in connex tion with allegations that reporters at the tabloid ihter( ('pted voice mails of celel)rities and crimt' vic tims to get stoops. Cameron reminded lawmakers that C'oulson has yet to be found guilty of anything.  Hill the jxrime niinister also made his strongest effort yet to distanc (' himself from his former aifle.  "With 20/20 hindsight, and .ill th.vt lias followed, I woulfl nol hav(' otlerefl  him the job, and I expc‘ct that h(’ wouldn't Have taken it," (^ariieron told law-rnak('rs who f)acked the House of ('ommons. "You live anfl you learn, and belii'Vf’ you me, I have leariTt"  CamerOn then turned the s[X)tiight on the Lalx)ur Party, saying that most British (M)liti( ians had Irit'd to court media baron Ruf)ert Nkird( w h — whose News ( orp, owned the defun( t N(*ws of the World and still owns three other British n('Wsp<i|)ers.  Th(' prim(‘ minister warned th.it Labour should l)e (areful iK'fore (asting stones about hiring (hoi( es.  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WIN A  CHRISTMAS MARKET  RIVER CRUISE IN GERMANY  2011 Wurstfest  NAME THIS BUILDING CONTEST  C Braunfels^?^tie^  ^Wurstfesrtâ'NamecJtiîs Budcfingifife twinning entry is "birrof© artq a Riv#r CwiwM'iwÿ'l« Ge  Egypt refuses intemational monitors  CAIRO (AP)  Egypt's counc il Of military rulers will not allow ihternational moniti)rs to observe upcoming p.irlia^ mentary elec t i< >ns dcsignefl to move the Country b.vc k toward (ivilian rule, a (oUncil member said Wednesday.  The fl(*cision, vvhi( fi is f)artof a new eli'ction l.iw a{)proved by lh(> (ounlrv's ruling g(>nerals, was swiftly (ritic i/cd by .K tivists who saicj it raisi’s quivstions about the transparerii y of the first (’let lions after the» ousting of riosni Mubar.»k and urged the milit.iry to  C  BUILDING NAMf ENTRY  S1RH \  NAME THIS •  BUILDING  city  S1ATE  ZIP  HOME PHOr4l  CHI PHONf  tMAIl  rec onslder,  Maj. Gen; Mamdouh Shaheen, who f)resenti*d (he new law to reporters Wednesflay, said narring foreign monitors was a mx -essary step to protect I gypt's sovereignty, "We have nothing to hide'," he* said, adding th.it "we re)e( t anything that affects our soverc'ignty." f gypfian (>l<'( -tion monitors will observe  the» prtKess iiisteacly he;wi^  Hafe/ Abou Saada, a member of the National Council for Human Rights, said )romises f)f frec> anrl fair e ec tions from the mil itary arf' not enough.  " Inter nation.» I m< )nit‘ >rs ar(‘ part of any modern (‘lections," he sairl. 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INÍ'KKASiriO AQUif l-R MANAíil-Ml-NT I I-l-S  I lie I ilvviinl'' \t|nik‘i Aulhoiiis (AiillxtrilN 1 vvill liolcl publu. nveclinuis lor llic piiipost.' t)l proscnUnu mtoiiii.iUi>ii and lect'iMiijj piitiln. cominciit 011 .1 potoitii.il tiRicasc iii llii’ aquitci manaiiniK-nl tees ot ilic Ainliui it\ loi íiscal vcai 2012 Itv be assesscii un hotífois (v| l iivvaids \t|iiitoi immai|ial viiul iiulusiiial ronlitlvvalci \Milnlia\\ai pcmufs riu'sc public iiU'fliiiL's aiv s(. hiviliilcd as |()l[ov\s.  1.(1 Ihite, 'l imé. íiiid IMiice o! rnliür Moi'tings.  rtii: li.itc, limo and pLicc ol lite piiblu mcciiiiüs aic .is folluus:  Dale I IIIU'  LiKiiiion:  Dale I ime  .ocal 1011:  Dale I míe ocaliDii:  Date i ime; Locaiioiv;  Dale  lime:  I .ocal ion:  Monda). Niii^iist I 201 I  i>:(Hi pili  Willie De I eon ( i\ie ('eniei, Readiiig Kourn ^(»(1 I . Mani Streel tl\alde. IX 7KH0I  liiesdav. Xnciisl 2. 2(>| [ iv(H) più  liiadeii Kellei ('onimunilN ( enlei I 110 Amelia Sii ve i ( asiK.Mlle. IX 7S()(W  I luiistlas. \ugiisi t, 201 I () ()< I pm  Nlil Sei\ lee t'enlei t M  New liiaunlels, I X 7SI  WediiesdaN. Auyiist 10. 201 I i>(Mlpm  San Maieos \eli\U\ ('entei  .“^01 !.. Hopkins  San Maieos. I X 7S(i6f<  l luiisila\. Aiigusi I l, 201 I i».(IO |im  lulwaids Ai|uifei Auihonl). ('enlerenee ( enier H)1 *S N. Si Mai\ s Siieei San Anlonio, rx 7S215  2.0 Reason for (he Public Meetings:  I lie |nupt»se ol ihese piihlie meetiiTgs is in irvlonn (he public ot Iho likclx siLMiilkaiil increase lo iminicipal and indusiiia) KduauK Aijuilei jjrounduaier \\iilutravNal ai|iiilei niana^emeivt lees bej-'inniiu: Jamiai v 201 2. I'he lee Increase is due largely lo anlicipated costs assiviated vviili the iiViplementatioii t>ia Habital ('oiiservaltoii I’laii (IIC'I*). as expected lo be reconiiiieiided b\ the t;dv\anls Aqiiilei Keco\ei v Implenienlaltoii [*roi.>rain (l- AKIIV), to preserve the nauiial habilals of certuKi ai|uiler-iiepetuient ihieatened and endaiigered species as ree|iiired by state kuv (the Hdvvaixls Aijiitlei Anihoiity Act) and (he lederal I iidanj-’ered Species Act. A much smaller nicrciisc is also neeikul lot the riiiancial lesinicliimii: necessary lor (he contmuance ol a signilicant component ol ihe Aiithoril\ 's v\atei conservation ellons. the aquifer managenieni lee rebate proiri am. ;is vs ell as an etiliancctl water quality program.  I he Auliiorily anticip>iies the IK 1‘ will be recommended b\ (he I AKIf’ loi rmpleinentation h\ (he Audiorits atui othet stakeholders beiMtiivine tit 201.V The l-'ARIl’, a stakeholder etoup re|>iesetilini‘ the legion's diverse mteiesis, was cieatetl b\ the levas I egislatuie in 2007 v\i(h a iiiaiidale to undertake a tunsensus ilri\en ptocess ii» identit\ necessaty measures to (HMielit die pio(ected ledetalls lis(od species associated w iih the Aquilei; .speciricallv those wiihiii the ('t>nial and San Marcos spriiips ecv»sys|enis. atul ii> tecommend a plan ol action that vsould be aeeeplable to the U.S I ish and Wildlife Service (USlAVSi and tesull in (he issuance ol an nvcidental take pernni I he IK P. undei ilevelopmenl lor the past lour years, will be coni|vleie<t ami submitted to USI \VS lor approval in the tall 201 I. A|iproval bv UStA\ S would result m the issuance oí an meidenial take peiiiiit and would teijuiie the llt'l’ to be rniplemented begiiinini' lanuaty I, 2t)land ctmtinumi.' throiit’h at least 2t)2S. Hits would also teqiiire the .Authority to begin colleeitnj’ invreaseil aquilet iiianaL’eineni lees m 2012 in an amount sulficient lo covet the initial assoeiateil costs  Adilitional luiuling is also lequtied l(> coiitniue the Authority’s ai|ui1et managenient lee lebaie ptograni starteil in 20U<). which is tjesigned to encourage water ei>nservation Ironi the IXlwatds Aquiler by incentivi/nig permit holders (o wi(hdtaw less water Ironi the Aquiier in exchange for a rebate ot previously jiaid annual aquifer inaivagemcHt tees, An increase in aquifer inatvage iiient lees is necessary to ensure the future sustaiiiabiliiy ot (he relíate program, t-inally. the Aiitlu>rity is also eonsuierrng an enhanced water quality prt)grani.  The Authority is finnteif to luiulmg all its administrative expenses and programs thn>ugh aiiuiler management lees assessed *>n all users ol the tulwards Aquifer who have a grouni.lwater Willulrawat permit issiievl fvy the Aulhtvritv. I’hese users include irtigation, municipal, and industrial users llovvever, stale law liiiitls (he anuHint that can be assessed on irrigation users tv> per acre foot of water actuaity useil. Aquiter managenient iee tales for non irrigalion users are set by the Hoard I'f I)neetors t hoard) of the Hdvvatds Aquifer Authorily through the adoption ot an aiinual operating fvudget each Novenibei;. 1 he lioatd will not propose art aqinler iiianagenient lee rale or opeiatmg budget for fiscal year 2012 until October 201 I. I lowever, the Authority is fioKlrng these publn. meetmgs now in oriler to soticrl public comment and provide itie [Kilties who w ill be directly alieeied w ith suiricient informaiioii to plan ftn and luidget aeeordingly lot tlie anticipateif lee increase.  More iniormation eoncerning these public meetings i.s av ailable online at wv\ w edwardsaquiivr.org or by calling (2 10) 222-2204 ot tS(M)| 202^ HH7   

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