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Baytown Sun, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1983, Baytown, Texas Pap Toton Over readers every Day volume 86 Telephone number 4228302 february 1983 Texas 77520 20 cents per copy Council to consider Street improvements Norman City Engineer and director of Public will recommend projects for the 1983 Street improvement program at the Baytown City Council meeting at thursday at City estimated Cost of the work is streets proposed for improve ment include Brown Loop in Cedar Bayou West West Macar Fleet Wood and among items on the Agenda during the regular meeting will be increases in the users fee for the municipal swimming pools and the the proposed increase in the swimming Pool fee for youths under 17 would raise admission from 50 cents to and add to the users fee for the two sessions would increase by or More and an Allday fee for three or More sessions would be established at nonresidents would pay another Dollar Over the new residents with for two sessions for All the Council will also consider revision to the emergency operations plan that will make the plan consistent with existing Legisla Tion and update pertinent the Only substantial change provides for an ont Lescene coordinator and specific successors in emergency in other business the Council will consider appropriating to the Bay area heritage society for the Baytown historical also on the Agenda Are the Transfer of red top and Safeway taxicab permits ballot distribution and packaging for the municipal election proposed me Dian Cut on Baker Road West of North and the appoint ments to the Community develop ment advisory on the consent Agenda the coun cil will consider the City manager to make a Grant application for continuation of the Harris county organized crime control authorizing the City manager to make a Grant application to the criminal Justice division of the Justice department for funds to establish a Mobile crime scene search lab selecting a bid for a Transfer switch to auxiliary a contract to Supply electronic transmitter equip ment for the lift station Monitor ing authorizing final payment for the Garth Road 10inch sanitary a contract for 1982 83 sanitary sewer phase before the regular two work sessions will be held in the conference room at City the proposed sign ordinance will be discussed in a work ses Sion at 4 followed by a work session to discuss appointments to the Community development advisory air control Board hearing set 17 the Texas air control Board will conduct a Public hearing 17 in Baytown on an alternate emissions reduction Bubble project by Exxon Baytown the hearing is scheduled at 7 in the Baytown City 2401 Bill executive director of the has approved exx on proposal to substitute reductions from changing the service of two storage tanks from gasoline to lube distillate and one from Light naptha to lube distillate in lieu of placing otherwise required controls for volatile organic com pounds on the company five Cone roof storage the Tab proposes to submit Exxon alternate reduction to the environmental Protection Agency As a revision to the state implementation plan sip to control air the hearing record will be used to determine whether the reduction meets Federal requirements for sip a Tab Rule adopted in february 1981 allows Industry flexibility to meet a total emis Sions limit on an affected property by controlling emissions from sources other than those specified in sip retrofit requirements adopted on or after March under the an alternate emissions reduction must be substantially equivalent to sip requirements in terms of compliance air Quality and the area both Oral and written comment on the proposed revision is invited at the Public copies of the background and the Tab approval for Public inspection at the Tab Central 6330 Highway 290 Texas 78723 the Tab Region 7 5555 West suit Texas 77401 and the office of the Baytown City 2401 Texas Man killed in truck car wreck Mark Texas department of Public safety trooper of and Dps Rick Rose investigate the truck car collision that killed a Livingston Man tuesday there viewing the wreckage of the 18wheeler involved in the the car is smashed beneath the the Accident happened on 90 about on half mile West of the Liberty county line tuesday see Story in police Page Sun staff photo by Carrie Pryor defense says evidence seized illegally agent defends search of extortion suspects Luggage Houston a an Fri agent says he searched the Luggage of a Man charged in a million bomb extortion lot because he thought it might contain the same deadly explosives found at the Gulf Oil chemicals Cedar Bayou Michael Allen verbally agreed to allow agents to search two suitcases after he and Theodore Duane were arrested 1 outside agent Thomas Tarla said testifying in a hearing on 40 pretrial to said a warrant was unnecessary because the search was an i was concerned about the fact that there might be explosives in the he but defense lawyers contended the evidence gathered in searches of As Well As their clients Homes and was obtained in Worth and Mckinney Are among five people charged with threatening to blow up gulfs Cedar Bayou unless they were paid also named in the 12count indictment Are Jill Renee 34 her common Law husband John 46 and Timothy All Are from Justice has pleaded guilty to two counts and agreed to testify against the other four prosecutors said the remaining 10 counts against him would be Max Worth contends the governments search of Worth suitcases was illegal and wants District judge Gabrielle Mcdonald to suppress the after you opened up the the matter didst end did it Secrest we inventoried All items in the suitcases to main Tain Tarla the inventory is just to list All the items so you can be sure what you Tarla said agents did not find any explosives in the the agent said he participated in the search for bombs at the Cedar Bayou Plant on 28 in which five were he testified that other bombs could have been fitted into the Danny an Fri explosives testified he examined five explosive devices found at the Cedar Bayou Plant and said that although they were All they were All extremely Hazar Pearce Street journal his Alma mater most appropriately and with dignity the organist twice played in a background music sort of the eyes of Texas at Tom Murray you could Tell from crowd reaction they knew no one More than Tom remained True to the Orange and Fth around Fields on Fossil panel Phillip Barrera enjoys a trip to a special bakery John Mitchell inquires about the Condi Tion of a Friend who was in a car Louise Enderli is helpful Clyde Henderson making plans for a Texas history Field trip to the East Texas Jimmy Steed brings a Friend from Austin to visit High school pals Lea Shehee is proud of her new Christine Gilbert wont turn off the television Virginia Holcomb leaves a Janet Gilles Ducharme excited about a skiing trip to Colorado Lester Alford admires a picture of an old train Washington up Jack who represents Baytown and East Harris county in congressional District will serve on the key subcommittee on Fossil and synthetic this panel has the first say in any Energy legislation considered by the who was named january to the Energy and com Merce says he is pleased with the subcommittee we in District 8 now have a Strong Vantage Point for influencing National Energy he i will use this position to fight for fair treatment of Houston and Texas by the Federal i will work for growth policies that mean jobs and Prosperity for our the Fossil and synthetic fuels subcommittee has jurisdiction Over All Oil and natural Gas production Energy regulation and deregulation the refine pipeline and fabrication industries most of the department of Energy Doe budget Over sight of the Federal Energy regulatory commission and the synthetic fuels corporation and americas strategic Petroleum civic night planned 15 civic sponsored by the Pilot club of Baytown and the evening Pilot is slated at 7 15 at the Houston lighting Power 333 Ward there Are two purposes for the event to share ideas for service among different organizations and to seek ways in which All might work for better service in the agencies and their representatives appearing on the program will be Lamar Palmer drug abuse program Susan Baytown area women Center Linda Bay area rehabilitation Center Janie far mental health Center Patsy family service Center Dan Baytown Opportunity Center and the Mack Baytown sheltering representatives from the Baytown service the office of the and personnel from the Public school system and Lee College will be see Page 2a Sun crossword movie police school teen id television word of weather mostly Cloudy with a Chance of thundershowers and temperatures in the up per 40s is the forecast for the Baytown area wednesday thursday will be partly Cloudy and warmer with the Mercury near from 7 tuesday to 7 wednesday a Low of 48 degrees and a High of 64 degrees were during that time of an Inch of rain at 7 wednesday it was 56 Polumbo files Bill to Avert new tent cities by Louise Shaw a Bill to prevent another tent City was introduced tuesday by state Tony d who represents part of Baytown and East Harris filed House Bill 675 which states that a person commits an offence if he remains at a rest area for More than 24 hours or erects a Structure or Booth at a stat owned rest in a Telephone inter View from his Austin explained the exception would be nonprofit organizations putting up temporary structures at rest areas to provide free food or beverage to the House speaker will refer the Bill to a Polumbo he said he had no idea How Long it would take the proposed legis lation to become were moving awful Polumbo the lawmaker began working on the Bill after the controversial tent City sprang up in a rest area on the Banks of the san Jacinto River at Highway 90 near Polumbo feared the living conditions in the transient Community could cause severe health especially when the weather became tent City was closed monday afternoon on the orders of Harris county fire marshal Pruitt after his action was upheld by a District last week Pruitt demanded the removal of fire hazards when a James Scotty died in a tent failing to comply to the fire had to Highway department Crews Are in the process of cleaning up the authorities with the depart ment estimate it will take approximately to Complete the cleanup James who is oversee ing the said usable clothing and other possessions left by the former campers would be piled up for a period of time before be ing Claudie a Highway department said it would take five or six dump a fronted loader and about 10 to 15 men working about one week to clean up the citizens Money Myket miss pm Rusl first american Bank Money markets available Kiwi investment account i citizens of Texas i w savings Ibuan i f Creek Auto rentals 422 0535 2716 main Market savings open one today i Hank one wet of 15011101 4201521 Century savings your hot 146 t Texas mim8er Suc Aday jul rent car san 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