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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 6, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 21 Tuesday, September 6.2011 1 herald-zeitung.com  P/  Q  il  For breaking ntws, sports and traffic  follow us on TwHtflr WiiwBraufiftltHZ  Bflcome a Naw Braunf«is Heratd-Zeitung Facabook far» at facabook.com  Sign up for a-nawslettar by visiting the Herald-Zeiting online h«rald-/eitimg com  ► COMING UP IN THE HZ Wednesday  Clip out delicious recipes published on the Herald-Zeitung's At Home page  ill  Thursday  Looking for something to do? Check out the Weekend page to see  what’s happening  Friday  Gear up for high school football with previews of local games in the Sports section  Saturday  The Herald-Zeitung's Faith pages feature local houses of worship every Saturday  ► YOUR DAILY COMMUTE  The following upcoming road proiects and closures have been announced:  ■    North Wainut Avenue at Katy Street Traffic Will be detoured from 8 a m Sept 10 to 6 p m The detour will use West Bridge Street, North Hickory Avenue and Etkei Street  ■    Texas Hvty 46 from Independence Drive to Northwoods Drive, including Farm-to-Market 1863 and A^yssa Way Both lanes wiil be affected from 9 am toSpm Sept 6-9  The following Canyon Lake boat ramp closures have been announced  ■    Canyon Lake Forest, Ramp 5  ■    Canyon Lake Hills West, Ramp 7  ■    Canyon Lake Shores Ramp 22  ■    Mystic SíTQres, Ramp 23  BECOME AN l-REPORTER  ih-z  »Tufij or  ► WHAT'S ON THE AGENDA  Upcoming public meetings include:  ■    Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, 6 p.m today, Landa Haus  ■    New Braunfels City Council Planning Commission fomt meeting, 5 p.m today, New Braunfels Civic Convention Center.  Agendas at herald-zeitung.com/news/documents  Bird causes power outage  By WIN Wright  The Herald-Zeifynq f k'< frit service vv.is interrupted to wv-iT.il huhfiri'cl New Hraiintels Utilities Gusti )niers Monclfiy morhini’ due to hlovvn power tr.instormi’r.  NiBU ottic i.ils saifj th(> outage o< c urrwl around 8: U) a.m., vvhen a vu ture lander! at the Sht-rift's f’osse substation Kesi-  den( es and i)usinesses along FM 482,  the Magnolia Springs subdivision lost powc'r for  Engel Ro,id, Solms Road and the )lia  about two hours.  A (rew trom the New Braunfels Fire Department K.id to dou^ th(' bird, which had blown the transformer and caused a small grass fire», whit h firemen also extinguished.  "Once they put out the buzzard and the fire, our crews were able to go in anrl repair the damage^" NBU communications director Gretchen Revvuer said. "Ever)' one was back in power in abf)ut two hours."  Revvuer didn't have an exact count of customers that were affetted by the outage.  New Braunfels  Herald l.Zi iTUNCi  ffiv riFRAlD ZElTU’jG.COV  707 Landa St Braunfels, TX 78130 (8301625-9144 fax (830i 625-1224  Published on Saturday, Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Thursday through Friday by the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung 'USPS 377 8801, 707 Landa Street, or PO Drawer 311328 New Braunfels,. Comal County Texas 7813M328  Periodical postage paid at New Braunfels, Texas POSTMASTER Send address changes to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, PO Drawer 311328 New Braunfels, TX7813M328  Delivery  Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 a m: Tuesday through Friday and by 7 a m Saturday and Sunday can call (8301 62 5 9144, ext 229  Staff directory  Doug Toney Editor and Publisher, Ext 201  doug toneyiiherald-ieitung com  Autumn PhiHips Managing Editor, Ext 220  a phill.)ps#her a Id - /e itung c om  Shawn Lewis Assistant Managing Editor, Ext 221  slewis'i^erald-zeitung.coin  Chns Hoffman Sports Editor Ext 223  choffman®'herald-zeitung corn  Kate Thomas Copy Editor, Ext 222  kttiomasdherald-ieitung com  Greg Bowen Staff writer. Ext 225  gbowen®fTerald-/eitung com  Dalondo Moultne Staff writer. Ext 224  dmoultrieS'l)erald-/eitung com  Will Wnghl Staff writer Ext 218  wwrightaheraid-^eitung com  Laura McKenzie Photographer, Ext 227  lmcken?ie<&herald-ze.itung com  Shannon Myers Advertising Director, Ext 208  smyers'i^erald ?eitung com  Jeff Fowler, Circulation Director, Ext 228  jfowler'S’herald /eitung com  Rosie Willingham Business Manager, Ext 202  rwillmghamflherald-zeitung com  Henry Coello, Production Director^ (8301625 5232  hcoella^herald /eitung coin  Classified advertising, call 625-9144, ext 207, display  advertising, cat! 625-9144 ext 208, obituaries, weddings,  engagement, anniversaries, call 625 9144, ext 214  mi    ■ news^heraid /eitung com  j    ■ sports@herald-?eitung com  ^ A    ■ planner<«iheralri /eitung com  W Ml    ■ ienersi®herald /eitung com  W    ■ classifieds'itherald-zeitungcom  ' !    ■ advertising «•fierald'/eitung.com  I    ■ circulation'a'herald-?ejtung com  fihe: at canyon \ake  P’lolo sut)mitted  Reader Phil Malone suDmiited this photo of fife taken from Hill Country Resort around 2 p m, Sunday Send your high-resolution photos to news@herald-zeitung,com.  Smoke on the water  Fire burns 30 acres of park near Canyon Lake  By Will Wright  Thf' Ht'rald-Z.t.' * ifiq  CANYON LAKE  \ >mall ar(M oI .) p.irk at ( iUi\on Like vv.i'' cvcK ii<)t('d Suii(ici\ ,itt(‘rno()ii du<‘ to a l)rLish tirt' that ( onsurnefl .il xiuf 50 .)( res or l.)nd.  ,-\h(»Lit ìirctit^htcrs Irom lour dittcrf‘!Tt agcnc it*s rcs|)ond-('(I to the hla/e, uIik h u.i'- iirst tailed in .iround 1 ill ji.in. in ( an\on IVirk on th(> northeast si(k> ot ( .iinvon 1 ,ikc.  ( omal ( ount\ I ir(‘ Mirshal Wasne fiiington s.iid (i(‘spiU’ wirids that reax bed up to U) mph, the l)laze \v,is brought unfk*r toiitrol around (> p.m.  \o in)uri(>s were reportc'fl.  "The tire dcp.irtments did a good |ol) ot sliowing u() in a hiirrv and putting it out liC'fore it got t(K) out ot ( ontrol," Ellington s.nd. "Tliere v\ere no ifijuries, no stfudures lost, and tio vehu ies lost.  "VVe ('vacuated the entire pttrk tor the satf'tv of the public  One boat ramp — the No. 18 ramp on the t'ast etTci of the )ark \\ as t iosed. Tfie marina )oat r,im|) rem.iined open late Sunfla\ and ^V)nday,  The U.S. Armv ( orps of Engi-n(‘ers, which opérateos the park, report('d all |)ark fax ilities are  closi'd indt'tinilelv, inclufiing Canvon Beath, C^vnvon Park and the MadroneTrail.  The Cor[)s said park access will not Ix* alliAvt'd until further notice, and trespassers will imniediately l)easktxf to leave. Campers may utilize North Park and f^)tters Creek Park, and (lav visitors are welcome at Overl(K)k Rirk and Comal Park.  ( anyon Lake's water level stood at 901 .41 teet above mean scm level on Monday. Ten of the 2 i boat ramps main-tain(‘d by th(‘ (iirps and Comal County have closed, and another tour might soon c lose du(‘ to low Wiiter levels.  Yacht Club hosts annual river cleanup  By Will Wright  I he  1 cibor Dav u.is time tor ni(‘iiib(‘rs ut the \ev\ Hr.iun-tcls \.K hi ( kib to put in ,i little bit ot ial)or, ,js members trifk-lerl in during th(' da\ to per-torm cleatuip along the banks ot tlie (orniil Kiver,  Kns Hols tad .ind M('gan Hughes among ot the tirst to .irrive at (orner lub(‘s around 10 a.m. Potato-sac k si/ed nTesh l)ags in hand, they s< urried tlirough the gates ot I Vine e Solms Park to pit k up wh.itever thev tould tind.  It's going to go truni 10 until 5, so there* will l)e people showing up throughout the fla\," Holst.id said "It's thi' wav  It i)lwa\s h.is been — wc* do this e\(‘r\ ye.ir, regardk'ss ot <inv [Kilitics or .mvthing else thdt's going on."  The .NB Ya( ht ( lub makes no bones about fh(“ir prefer-enc e to s(*C' thc“ dis[)osabl(* con-t,liner b.in issue brought before voters. However, Bolstad said MoncKiv's effort by th(> club isn't about that.  "VV(*'re just h(>re to ( lean the park and show we ( <ir(‘," ht‘ s.tid. "VVe'vc* got plent\' ot bags, and wc'r(‘ ex()(‘cting 20-2S p(‘opl(' to (ome .iround to help today." It wasn’t wTnit was in the river, but what liii(*d the grassv ar(‘as along the park walkwas. There were mor(> than a tew (iisc .trded shoes and  sandals, f)otato chip bags, eviMi a f(‘w aluminum cans and plastic bottk's.  What was missing earlv Monday wc're the )eople.  P.irk rangers Brae Bisnop and Karina Bermea, who were patrolling the area on bicycles, said they expected bigger crowds throughout the wetvk-end, but the\ never materialized.  "It's sort of been a lazy and mc'llow wtvkt^nd," Bisho[) said.  Alter filling his first bag, Bolstad notict'd some fish schooling just below the (Oncrc'te batTk  "'There's some fish here, that mcMns it's a great environment for them," he said w ith a laugh.  |{|.( )'!  Newest Rescardi *    • Best Results  .AKIAHi i(K irlilied l elln« hip Iriiiii 1  AiaaZING! 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Diaz  ♦    Midnight, theft between $50 and $500 at the 2400 block of Katy St Investigating Officer K Williams  ♦    Aug. 30,12:35 a.m., subject was arrested for public intoxication at the 100 block of Landa St.  Underpass tops counci agenda today  ByOrtgBowtn  The Herald-Zeitung  New Braunfels CiW ( oun-crl is sch(‘duk‘d to me(»f at 5 p.m. tonight to consirler approving the $‘). i million widening of the Seguin Avenue under[)ass.  If the widening is apf)rovixi, the Texas Defi.irt-ment of Trans[)ortaticm would replace the two-lane structure l)uilt in with a new four-lane railroad underpass better able to handle the city's ever-increasing traffic (ount.  Tuc‘sday's mc'etmg will be a combined meeting with the c iK's Planning Commission, and will b(' at New Braunfels ( ivic ( onvention ( enter, 575 S. ( astc41 Ave.  During the joint council/planning commission workshof), a preliminary rc'gional transportation plan assoc iatf'd with the initiative to form a Metropolitan Planning Organization for New Braunfels and Sc‘guin will be disc ussc'd.  Council also will consider appointments to the* new Ad Hoc River ( ommittc'C*, which would l(H)k into ways to improve' the tuliing ex[)e-nence — for both tourists and residents in New Braunfels.  Weekend keeps firefighters busy  By Will Wright  The Herald-Zeitung  New Brauntels firemen were ki'|)t bus\ on Sunday, battling several fires and responding to calls in addition to hghting a U)-acre blaze in Canyon Lake.  New Braunfels fire [)e[)artment Assistant Chief Derek Wrenn said other incidents reporti'd Sunday includcnl:  •    A burned vehic k* in the hOO [)lock of Kowald Lane. At 6:.52 a.m. tiremen discovered the remains of a torched passengc'r vehic le. There were no flames or smoke when firemen arrived. The incident is under investigation.  •    A grass fire in the 100 l)lock of Creekside Way at 5:18 p.m. Firemen discov-erc'd a "very small" grass fire in the median of the road near Verizon Wirt'less in the New Braunfels Town CX'nter at Creekside shop-f)ing center. The fire had already been extinguished bv a ('omal (^ountv Sheriff's Officer.  •    An hour later, firemen were c ailed to investigiite a possible illegal burn and extinguished a smoking barbecue pit in the 2000 block of Mill Street.  •    Carried by wind gusts up to 25 m()h, some of the smoke from the Canyon Lake firc' blew into the New Braunfels area, prom[)ting several calls.  Texas Carpet Cops  '75 for 2 Rooms'  *90 for 3 Rooms ‘100 for sofa and loveseat  (830) 837-8950  ’Call for detail and room size» eligibiCi  We Want to Make You a Loan  • No Checking Account Needed • Usually 30 Minute Service  STOP BY TODAY FOR FAST CASH!  205IH-35W.Ste 205-P, N«w Braunfels « (830) 627-8i^00   

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