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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels VIV LLL •ii L«l JflRk MSI flu Hera Vol 134 No 14« New Braunfels Heralci Publishing Compar y Sunday lust 2. 1987 50 Cents 707 I anda St New Braunfels Iexas7813;i USHS 37/ 800 Senhor s 38 FaciePrivate haulers see red overlamHiH lees By DAVID MAY StaU Writer Protests Ilion New Braunfels citizens com el nino increased lusts to dump garbage .it tin- Waste Management landfill on I reliant Road have tnith c its and company officials concerned rho cits has reported retelling several complaints from private in hvtduals so upset that tins .lie threatening lo dump trash outside landfill gates after horn s Company oil tai-* in their eighth dav of operatm* tie acre *> 11«* say they want rn "im Ut any negative teeling" pm ale customers tnav have in the early going I'hat is my main t on* el 1 said .it large councilman iKiug Milter l.tst rhursday I’eoplt- art going to start • lumping on the mad ta not taking their ga ilia ge out tiler it in \ aeant lots Miller at t tty ( oui.* -ain related a onsp! ti an that his • .ITH ll creamed about I* to a hu h he has U rn I It, county JVM.rrdu; Vpparentiy the ui od thr* See LANDI-1 L I eape 2a CB I* nets >x iTOP . JI Tits IOC • TPI XI TIPIS .MO 7 st .r- Aly main concern is that people are qomq to stat t durn ping on tht rood ot not taking their gar bagt out there and tht owing it in vac ant lots Do liq Mitier NB Cit, Council Stammtisch CAD certifies before the AHB nfels is i rrt madly a ill) S, 'HIT 14 7 Hat* New H ii* a - * NB women injured in collision *1 th* MI IO! the shettet Hi > .iii*! s I,iodin I In I • A iii Im cash pi i/es lot putye: s I aug!eg bom ' - t** 1 ie Mi e and Hum* n individual mati tw-s ale planned as .vt I .is tout ne \lso bi*- shelter it -jn\ y\ Hr idge 1 ghf ana* k dab!« I next to the railroad ti asks auth. 1 lf I (pi *11 f s»* ii si ■ ,*n 'hi- till« * days bom to a n t*» p rn * ai 1 1 lav 1 ome by atilt bi mg tf.«* tu n* i something it van • *ik* n -o * 1 •. I appliant es toys , hodren > t tatiang tfisfies and eating utensils i t* August is here and bit* evei welcome alwavs spoutacalai ae t genuinely spiffy Comal * bunty fad See ST AMMI ISCH Haqr 7 A ! a kl A AA VI A 111 Oui .(I n lo Mi Her it.a Mi triortai leiupung lo v i ofc> t M * t» rsiate -a I he a i Ider if. ■*; i tal saturday *** sustained wti iiiorntng for in » ii Uh* a ar thev l*i 7** saturday morning wen druck bv a ira* Perron bv mg ne.ii th* i I ruck an* ci( ai rem) L* and Christina said tire site is danger I arg* trucks no PM rn. K<*d ngue/ 2d we ii- Heated ai. I stop at the stop - gn \ rt ie used t>ary Mu * I tell ’•*' *>? lb'J has bet»n installed at ti Mill ■ I* n ,. UriVina UT W US OTIV MIK th* tim k at the residents said th*- light Urn* * of the accident lit wast ited tor tile sa lei v of the* area >* fain ire rn \ odd the t igfit «*! w av as he * truckers often contin erin ■red the inters* e tion of l:\! ihj ! through the inters*t tioi and SAviius Ro.m Mitchell at ping T hree k if ted near Hays County lint the san Mal st*** IKA! I IC Paqr . i :ill'll gj j | !j|| | I i * n their t dx ic) ■ iv Ti»til ot values entities served bv n begin estimating r ?he I OH 7 Hr tax vear . Aith reasonable as- ti .nue that their dlitt*fe* * f of n aor * I e. cl Hit* project I* jus al e accui ale and I ti* ti gui * ii ‘lei li as.i I* *H tile total <1 si i i ’ a ult* v aiu*‘ ut • is for - ma me TMI*) iiaaIiv i dual > > 48 billion sui • a* > It) ti * * 47*1 is ex »UUls al n<t w pro, empt property t hat is property own -I their < agents say the pi i «d t»\ scIrooi dr struts incorporated municipalities, t tu* county and other rn x Atli* * *0.7 o tax ac* *i gov 4 rnnrental estate such a- and religious real - t lun ches parks. amiaj * All Had cliis>room and o fliers buildings • •♦•c l in. elated Xii4*i exempti urns tin agricultural »\ purposes by the and ojtei: spat*' and and homestead itll ie re present*^ bv a 7 exemptit>ns the taxable val ut* lur the • num t»e ii n‘«>re auld entire district records show IS >2 4*>I .KC'* ,04 : tividual taxing pin See CAD Pdge 2A I air skies will Iveeome a bit cloudy by Sunday mid morning with a high sunday and Monday ut atniut * * and overnight lows of . degree Light winds will fiecome pi et tv much souttiweslerlv at atxiut IU mph sunday and Morulav The Menu ACTIVITIES BUSINESS CLASSIHED COMICS CROSSNOE 1?A 6A 6 10B BA JA DEAR ABBY    SA EDUCATION    7A OPINIONS    AA SPORTS    9    UA WEATHER    2A NBU will pass along power cost increase Utilities' budget effective Saturday Comal solons okay errant subdivision development By SARAH DUKE Stab Writer The coit of keeping cool u» get ting higher and New Braunfels Chillies plans to pay tin* price just like local residents will Im* doing The BAHT rn NHI budget, which went into effect Saturday, rn eludes a U million Increase in ex-pendttures over last year Jeff Thompson. NBL’’* administrative services director, said the largest portion of the budget increase $2 million reflects an increase in power costs from the flower Colorado River Authority. Excluding power cost increases ami the cost of a number of service extension projects. Thompson said Friday that the budget for the corning year is in line with biose of previous years NBl ’s board of directors approved the budget during its meeting Thursday The budget in eludes a $9 million bond issue for proposed projects including eon st ruction of a surface water treat merit plant, extension oi water services to Hie Wa! Mart distribution center site and surrounding area and renovations to wastewater treatment plants The difference between the new and old budgets* primarily is a S2 million increase in CC RA rates which we will need to pass on." Thompson said NHC of finals are proposing an increase in rates for Hie coming year He added that Hu* anticipated $9 million bond issue will cost about $1 million Mott ut the cost will go toward interest while legal lees also are included in Hie amount I’he cost of power is increasing from about $7 million to just at $9 million for the coming year Thompson said power costs are not the same as tuel costs Power See NBU, Page JA i'*1 in commissioner > < iii! .pproval tor an din ippeal rn the lace ut th* ■ lev elopment of would ! its has county corium i. time t a t Friday subdrvis aunty’s p* subdiv r lone ! s tai ah waiving of countv regina * rant appt ox ai was granted to an R named subdiv I B . TRAVIS! POM NG C Of r i vpolHH tit \ three ti* two \**?«* in commissioner > 4 anti Friday I* d to vet another fieri ti ranting of the * ti* ini longer allow illegal on their me about setting a de. t ions The most recent Xccjuirt w Im ow ns land in an illegal and sum The only description of the xuixiivlsion is its address on Ammon Road Voting against the appeal were Commissioner veil I (aiguille and 1 bunty Judge Fred Clar k Both had strong feelings on the subject saying that thev need to entorce the directive now and should have from the time it was I irs! issued Cli ss- veal* alone ten variances have t>eeii granted iii ii legal subdivisions so that individuals who had unwitting Iv bought the land w uh plans to build could proceed Five til the ten variances were in tim Bulverde Ranches subdivision decocted by William \ swmney who is now lacing charges from the State Attorney Generals office and Comal County Commissioners are now considering a cutoff date for granting variances Commissioner Clyde Jacobs suj> pitted Hie latest \.»t alice sa ami -'.iv no more what choice ilk alice mg t TUI! we se! a dale Jo we hove - not tee! ’fiat any of the anted arni equated it with 'one and Uteri saving when low ever doe* trave Iicon gi someone speeding in a school -stopped Well I didn t know I vol \ application tor a vat lance in an illegal sutuhvi sion has b«*en gt anted said Clark lie called the decision to vote against granting the variances to individuals a hard decision bm one that must I** made Clark said Usa: it tile standard practice ot. crying on Ute shoulder of commissioners court were not stopped then Ute individuals attes ted would not use the means ot recourse av unable to them then they v >uld do something ti bout it said Clark \ date has bt*en >et tor a putti re hearing regarding the deannexation of Spring Hollow Subdiv tsion in Hays Comr tv from the Cist) V 7 p in Vug 77 hearing is slated lo comade! a pennon tor deannexaturn will In*held I ire decision ut whether or not to grant the deannexa tion will im made by the commissioner s court atter Ute hearing County Administrative Assistant Mary Hrol/e said dial a letter ti oui the CIS!) said that the school district did not Approve oi Ute deannexation bul gave no indication to the See COUNTY Page 2A CITY/COUNTY LANDFILL NEV* BRAUNFELS . 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