New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 23, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
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Increase to be implemented over three year period
Comal .278 cfi
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SekotaraMp fund ode anta# Aug. 27
The Comal County Fair Amo-capon scnounmp luna gsu win be held Saturday, Aug. 27 with tonnerat 7 pja. and dance u 8 pja at the arts and crafts building retire county fairgrounds OO Common St.
Adnriarion la SIS per pesos.
For ticket*, call 606-1000.
The 8th Annal Qed Games an scheduled tor Aug. 25-27 in
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Manor, Eden Home, The Aboce-tun and Kirkwood Manor an DAftidp«tii«. Sftm of da nsnas loduds mind ^qupss o^BNBWkr Trivia, apsUfeg bae, bowling,
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and bean bag fling. Dondnoee| and 42 as aln) popular avreus.
an open tor an to be held fat-
ibatnaan the facilities for tire volleyball trophy, spirit! and ovanll tnphy tor the rn medal* woo.
Many toed buafnenw spoaaor fess gMMs which are to promote JHlomridp, challenge tire indlvid-Sal and build aelfooofldence.
(The New Brousfels Herald-Zebmq burlies Us roaders to sMii JmhuImmSicIIl According lo att Soffit* borg Archives god
mantes qf to Germ** community, Vmomdsch" represents a sit-doe aloes for members cf lbs com-
dot floes for members of the I mmih to fatter sod share ihrH daythaffseisp We bud* you lo share aith ae .)
The Nan I approved Monday
Bfow Wmtim NSU officials aid the utility illy needed a 66 percent stoa to elim-tome all electrical Middy Iii toe
lbs mw* ate increase wfllba Ina* growth," she told the oound). mreusd toto 9.6 parent rises over tire / Although DIFouowm pleased the nan then yam. council pasaad tin pmpoMl, Chs tm
Wkhoutdre harems oqtifel poteen -aware tore dtfeeiu are uamlly wiry of iidebt he driawad iU a (nun —it I Immmh i
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the meaaure have toiled.
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Vade DiFoon, NSU Gen-I, lid.
“In addition, aarvice levels and raapopsa tinea will have to ba naannad to ffeflg^m new budget natrictiooa during a period of high
"I think if the nm, wapravids
looks at our
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body tabled a ifcy^*gt^fw*ce«**W
Recycling Advising Committee Chairperson SuianCuftia asked the council to hold voting on the meaaun until gtfbage giant Browning-Ferris, Inc., who as the lowest bidder was awarded the recycling committee, could addren some concerns in the
“Then an a tow things we need to work out,** Curtis said. pick up of A public hearing with BFI officials
bn been set tor Sept. 6 at 7 p.m. with
§ place yet to be determined.
“I expect to come back to council with a really good agreement" Curtis said.
The pound! also passed an ordhnnce
products on and in certain public snisn within the city limits.
The mauer will go baton city council one war time and lf passed on the third reading, die mandsn woald md go into affect until Jan. 1,1995.
Handy Andy closing one local store
tof TICK) AGAMA and MARK LYON
Officials with Handy Andy yearn day confirmed that they win ba dos-
by Sept 3. Asflfyansadey.theHwy.tl Ron's
were about half stocked and there
were no pliM to reriock them, accord bn to Wayne Miller, manager tor the
Miller said that all of the store's employees would be Afmfofad to other ane Roms, however, he refined
One employee, who wished to remain anonymous, said company officials bloke the news to them about five days ago.
Handy Andy's parent company, Megafoods, Inc., of Mea Aristos recently (Qed tor Owpw* 11 beak* ruplcy protection ate or* aftha firm's key supplies thmtenod lo hilt ihip-
I unle» psyiDGDti Bii midi*
Maptoodi officials originally said tint no changes would be made and thai opintioos would be "butinen ss
Much of the merchantore inride tin Hwy, ll atom la being packaged and transported to other aiaa Roma.
Commissioners ink new pact with Miller
Comal County Commissioners Moodty QDsffimiQd their oommiQiiifQ lo ^wig Miller n wtter represents-tivatorthaeouaty.
al oommiaRonen will aRHid a cow* femme Hmndhy, the court dissolved the curnot imriocal masanat with tin city anddaddadtonegotimaaew agnemant with New Braunfels Utilities ngMding Miller's services.
The city recently nacksdad the use of Miller, oo-owaar of Witting and imifl^ bm i fenaranafe aa wafer rep-memtive, choosing not to renew hit
NBU. “...I’d hate to throw all that away limply because the mayor (Paul Fraser) doesn't want me representing the
Authority to take over the Edwards Underground Wafer District and enact Briefer mamma on w"ri«g of tin
J. L. “Jumbo” Evans reiterated appert tor Miller but wanted the motion to include pstK visions fin (inurn «|nimifir with the city, and tint tbs Guwkhipe-BlanooRiver Authority be invited in
The Mexican-American Legal
nffrwfii fnj nnyf oppotrd
the cmRion of the Rithority, to which MElcr was appointed, due to appointed directors, and the U J. Justice Pffpfptiffiij agreed. The authcxhy is now in Umbo and awaiting federal clsdslooSf sslQ IkHllsr
Tm a little wwwtd with meant r wafer County
events where he is no longsr r aside
negotistor with the city;
Judge Carter Cmfed.|
“I have devoted tan ymm of ay life
to All — —»-* ajnt^-a.^ hmiMfei---
vxn% puo Muisr wno Bopsi m) ooir representing tbs county and
I didn't want to dom the door on a joint effort of the city and county," slid Evant.
Qftfl said the county, dty and IMU reffed MDIer ta mpmaent them hack to 1992 when the tea la^tjRma
wMKMMiy IMM MMTTTlM bitt created tim Edwards Aquifer
in one fatality
A 79-year-old New Braunfels woman was killed Sunday morning re the result of a three-vehide accident R the intersection of Texas Highway 46 and the 1-35 service road (east side), according to a report filed at the New
At approximately 11:20 a.m. Sunday,! 1994 Chevy Cl 500 pickup driven by Marlois S. Ledford, 31, of Bonier City, La., entered the intersection at the 200 btodrofHwy. 46 and the 1000 block of 1-35 beading MR on the 1-35 service road md col-Uded with a 1992 Okfemobile Cutlass driven by Harry Baerwald, 80, of New Braunfels. The collision caused the vehicle driven by Baerwald to collide with a third vehicle, an *84 Mercury Grand Marquis, driven by Franklin George Berger of Seguin.
According to the NBPD report, Ledford mid he entered the intersection under a yellow light when the coUirion took place. The light was green for Baerwald, the report showed. No charges or citations were filed by investigreing officer Anthony Celli.
Baptist Airlift transported Bertha Lee Baerwald, the wife af the driver of the Okk, to Univeaity Medical Center in San Antonio where she died of multiple trauma wounds R approximately 2:45 p.m., according to a spokesman with the hospital.
Airlift arrived st the soene approx
imately 20 minutes after the aoddeoL the report indicated.
Harry Baanmld was travpoRad ti McKenna Memorial Hostel wham he was tressed and mleamd. Ledflfe# i not injured.
Comal ISD board members approve $30 million budget
By CRAM HAMMETT
multi-track the bond
f/wni iiApwAig School District Trustees approved a $29.89 million budgrt Moodty, a Utile mom than nine percent above laR year'! budget.
CISD Director of Finance Abel Campos told tim board that much of
hareem for 19954* RxmM
The 199445 budget is bared tm • $1.58 tax tam per $100 valuation,
ti though this tipmfrtf could changa
the increase aune aa a rmuh of growth in the district. He said the district pre
pared a budget baaed on a projected (tnt week
enrollment of 7,775. The of school mw 7,947 students with
"This budget is not really going to mare the needs but wa'U ase what we can do,” he said. "...At the end of six weeks, I may be coming back to the
KHOO! Dona WIW SUICIXilIICUIa*
The board paired the bufo* bys 4-2 with Jim Middtoton, Lee
Heels, Norman Gcrlich, and Dan Krueger voting for and Thomas Bruce tort TVii|ii« Kirk ipiny Der*
ald LiRue was not present.
Much of the on the bud
get Afd to the upcoming Sept. IO bond election for new elementary schools. The CISD has already approved yesMOund on §
baaed on the bond atootion. Hie < will sr the tax rem Sept 26.
"If we must go to year-round tfhoniy that witt t—pm* the budget right now," pfid Superinfendaet Jerry Mqjor.
Campos mid the dhttkt would need an additioral $2.7 mutton dmridthe dNtoptoitei—laifedtoMdkh ly to maR the payroll GOR of madres and other aaployiM next July and August-Ha mid fee dfetriet autre amit Dteoarinc for dune aooMnaaa. atonild they ba madid.
Board metriberlhomM Bmoe quea-domd how urech addhtorel cor QU dm tm nm would ha fecumd tiuoiRh dm bondelectianMoppoaedtoyaMHOund
Cainpoi ate ret additional .12 oanfe aright ba expected (bough yeaMoired schools with about .05 oenfe through new achoofc TMs fit* Rd not, however, inoftuda the sore cf feachare and which would drive iq> tim
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