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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas 2A1 Sunday, September 18, 2011 | herald-zeitungxpm CT35a For brnakino new«, fports and traffic L5 follow us on Twitter ©NewBriunfaltHZ Become a New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Facebook fan at facabook.com Sign up for e-newsletter by visiting tfic Herald-Zeiting oniina: harald-iaitung.com ► COMING UP INTHE H-Z A Tuesday Catch up witti what happened over the weekend in New Braunfels and Comal lift station on Wednesday Clip out delicious recipes published on the Herald-Zeltung's At Home page 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 ► YOUR DAILY COMMUTE The following upcoming road projects and closures have been announced: ■ .ee Street at Walnut Avenue will be closed 8 a m to 5 p m through Oct 3 for construc-t on of new roadway lanes as part of the Walnut Avenue Project, ■ Coll Street at South Walnut Avenue, through Sept 20 to build new roadway lanes ■ 1-35 South from Thousand Oaks to Walzem Road, bridge joint work scheduled from 8 p.m to 5 30 a m Sept 18-19 The 1-35 Southbound to 410 Westbound ramp will be closed To detour, traffic on 1-35 South will exit at Walzem Road, turn around to 1-35 North frontage road and access 410 West - amp Expect traffic delays BECOME AN l-REPORTER Ui'Z '<èw^ÂTe'a'd'»îunç -or WHAT'S ON THE AGENDA Upcoming public meetings include: ■ Edwards Aquifer Authority Board, 3 pm. Tuesday, EAA Conference Center ■ NBISO Board ot Trustees, 7 p.m Monday at Education Center board room, 430 W Milt St ■ Histonc Landmark Commission, 8 30 p m, Tuesday, Citv Council Chambers, New Braunfels Herald t.ZEn UNO ^[HALD-ZHIUNG.COV 707 Landa St rJew Braunfels, IX 78130. 830:) 625 9U4, fax (8301625-1224 Publishiid on Saturday, Sunday mornings and weekday "Hjrnmgs Tu(;sday through Friday by the New Braunfels Heraid-Zeitung iUSPS 377-8801,707 Landa Street, or PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas /813M328 Periodica' postage paid at New Braunfels, Texas POSTMASTER Send address changes to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, PO, Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, TX 781 31 1328 Deliverv Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 a m Tuesday through Fnday and by 7 a m Saturday and Sunday can call (830i 625-9144, ext 229 Staff directory Doug Toney Editor and Publisher, Ext 201 duug toneyaherald'/eitung com Autumn Phillips, Managing Editor, Ext 220 aphillipsiiherald /eitung com Shawn Lewis Assistant Managing Editor, Ext 221 iiewis'S'herald-zeitungcom Chns Hoffman Sports Editor, Ext 223 ■hoffmanaherald-zeftung com Kate Thomas Copy Editor, Ext 222 i>t,homas4hferald-z.eitung com Greg Bowen Staff writer. Ext 225 gbowen ttiieraid-ieitung com Dalondo Moultne, Staff writer, Ext 224 dmoultneaherald-ieitung com Will Wnght. Staff writer. Ext 218 .vwrighrflherald-zeitung com Laura McKen/ie, Photographer, Ext 227 ,vvvrighf,4herald-ieitung com Shannon Myers, Advertising Director, Ext 208 smyers®hera1d‘Zeitung com Jeff Fowler, Circulation Director, Ext, 228 ifowler'ffherald-i’eituiig com Rosie Willingham, Business Manager, Ext 202 rwi II in gham a h e r a It) /e itu ng, e om Henry Coello, Production Director, (830) 625-5232 hcoello-<ihferald-.ieitung com Classified advertising, call 625-9144, ext:, 207, display advertising, '.all 625 9144, ext 208, obituaries, weddings, engagement, anniversaries, call 625-9144, ext 214, ■ news@herald-/eitung,com ■ sports@herald-;eitung com ■ pianner#hera1d-zeitun,g com ■ letters<®herald-zeitung,com ■ classifieds®herald-zeitung com ■ adv6rtiSing@herald-zeitung.com ■ circulation9hera1d-zeitung,com By WW Wright The Herald Zeitung New Br.Kinti'K ISD vihiK)! IxMrd vvill c onsifk'r d v’^irit’K ot agencb Items during its nionthK nTwting at 7 p.m. Monday, vvhu h w ill Ix' at the* NBISi") Educ ation ( cnler, 4 iO VV Milt St., Ni’w Hrauntt'h rh(‘ |x)ard will hear a rejX)rt on "issutN" ri*garding thé ( omplHion ot the liti station at th* $ î" “ million mifWle s< hooi, vvfiiçh is oft Klein RoafI and scheduled to o|)en next school \(‘ar. f’um[)s insidt' the station are ust‘d to pump wastewater troni Itnver to high(»r elevations. Suf K*rint(‘nfk^nt Ranrfy' M< k /ygemba, in a liac kground memo, s<iid ther(>'s no truth to rumors th.it the school will l)e without sinv er or wastewater lines whc*n it oj)ens nc'xt fall. "This is a false rumor. The main sewc'r line's were ínsfall(HÍ to our prop('rtv line Ix'tore construction on the* middle sch(K)l lH»g.in," be said. "nic*r(’ have í'K'en some issues with (ompk'tion ot the lift station that wi^ll |)ump the' v\astewater Over tlie hill to the gravit\' flow st'ction of the' line that dr.iins to the treatment [)lant. "NIIISl) has mc*t with thi* d(‘velo|MT and GBRA (Guadalufx* Blanco River Authority) Kvice in the* past two wc*eks and wv are schí^ílulífl tc) meet again on Monday morn-ihg, I am very- c onfifk*nt that we vvill have tht' issue's rc'solvc'cl ais early as Mondav. "The connec tions for utilitie's from our pro|K>ny line' to the building are our rc^fxm-sibilitv and were' inc lude*d in the* budget for thc' c onstruc tion of the- building." NHISI )'s share' oí completing the station is alxHit $90,IKK), which is included in the $72B,8'')() utility e:‘stimate- Also include'd in that estimate is a $ 129,(MK) connec tion fw to the' C.uadalu[K‘ Blaneo River Authority. NBHS HOMKCOMINC; Ml LAURA McKENZIE Herald Zeilunq Um Braunfels High School’s 2011 homecoming court members stand together atter their names were announced during haiftime at Friday night's foot-gaiTi^- F-rom left are Matt Edge (prince), Lucas Dnscoll (i^ing). Katherine Scroqgm (queen) and Alli Muschalek (princess). Sletaiiie DeWnlers photo Keegan CoHins, left, and Zachary Henshaw were named Canyon Lake High School homecoming queen and king, respectively, during halftime ceremonies Friday night SCUCISD to meet on Tuesday By will Wright The Herald Zeitung Sch(‘rl/-( ibolo-Univi'rsal ( ity ISl) trust('('s Will vote' (>n 2012' M re/(ining during a s[)C'( lal mc'c'ting at (> [).m. luesdav inside the Board Room ol the' S( hert/'-( il>o-lo-Unive'rsrl ( it\ ISD Administration Building, 10()0 I llx'l Road, St hertz. The' board has h.id sc'vc'ral public mec'tings regarding [)roj)osc'd junior high st h(X)l anel high sc hool rc'/oning that w ill Ix'git'i in 2012-1 5. Iri August, It unanimousK votc'ci to allow this yt'ar's trc'shmc'n, sophomores and juniors the option ot staying in tlx'ir c ur-rent school or switch to an assigned school in a new attendance' art'a. The' re'zoning ot the sec-ondar\ campuses is l)t'ing c onsiderc'd bc'c ause ot over-crowding in the Dobie |r. High Steele' High School tc'c'de'r pattern, while the' Corbett Ir. High ( Ic'mens High School ic'c'de'r patte-rn has ample room tor stude'iits. Ihe' board is considc'nng Iwc) options that wtxild shilt stude'iits from one are'a to the otl ler in time lor the iic'xt school year. '1rs BROKE “FIX IT” “EXPLAIN WHAT YOU ARK DOINC;’ (IN PLAIN ENCiLlSlI) “DO NOT CHARCiK ME AN ARM AND A LECi” “CiUARANTEE IT” ^/DONE On-site Personal Computer Repairs l‘or Ihe Rest Of Us The Services Company of New Braunfels (830)837-2844 3-8 MATH READING WRITING AIGEBRAII GEOMHRY S1AAR/E0C SAT/AQ TUTORING •19 YEARS EXPERIENCE* NOW OPEN SATURDAYS! |830)«)»«020 WWW.TUTORINGBVAMYUTTUTON.COM 188 SOUTH UNION
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