New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 9, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas
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telephone interview, remembered that his company agreed to address the environmental concerns of each individual agene) because there is no requirement for an environmental impact document in Texas laws later he said his compar!) was not consulted on this decision and it was totally a decision within the bureau Tom Fox. Edwards Underground Water District general manager, said that this is partly what makes finding anything exit so difficult.
That s what is so confusing What agency has jurisdiction over these questions in Texas' No one seems lo know,” Fox said The federal agency that has jurisdiction over the building ai pipelines and their safety is the Department of Transportation They set all of the construction specifications and require safety reports each y ear
“The Department of Transportation is the agency that requires the pipeline walls to be a certain thickness, that it be buried TA-.W inches deep Putting it in shallowly will protect ground water, because this oil lends to rise to the surf act limn said Partly due to Fox's efforts, though, the environmental aspects of the pipeline’s building in this county will be addressed “After I read one of the earlier
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government and suit spending.” Leans said.
Declining oil prices, the national economic recession, disastrous weather and financial difficulties in Mexico have combined to create trouble for Texas, Lewis said While increasing taxes would make up the difference. Lewis cautioned lawmakers that their responsibility to the public should be their overriding concern
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both wouldn’t cash it,” Anderson said. “Mike said he had a friend who would, but I couldn't go because his friend didn't like strangers. So I was dropped off at my house about IO.” About two hours later, Anderson said he and his wife walked about nine blocks to Orosco's house to find Torres. Orosco told than he had just dropped Felipe off. “But if he'd done that, we would have met him walking and we didn't,” Anderson said.
Julian Mesa was expected to testify sometime today against Orosco In his opening statement.
drafts of Environmental Impact Statement. I wrote a letter expressing our concerns We didn't think that the statement was specific
enough as to « hat they planned to do to protect the aquifer and other sensitive areas in this portion of the pipeline.” the aquifer spokesman said The wording is very nebulous about a lot of things
Fox also said that the aquifer was protected under federal law. the Safe Drinking Water Act. because it cames a sole source designation His agency plans to invoke federal law to have a complete environmental impart statement drawn up on the aquifer.
lf the purpose of the deal struck between the Department of the Interior and the pipeline company was solely in the interest of saving time and not to get around any en-vtraomeniai laws. tins should be no problem Company spokesmen have repeatedly slated that the pipeline will be built with the same safeguards throughout its length
Joan West. a property owner in the Beck Ranch area said the property owner* were mostly concerned with the protection of the aquifer
* We are just a handful of landowners and we are not certain what we can accomplish Bul we all feel that the aquila is too valuable a resource to w aste or destroy ll has to bt protected, a's a resposibaity of everyone West said
District Attorney Bill Scilroeder said that Mesa saw Orosco stab Torres numerous times. But Mesa and his girlfriend gave two statements — one false — to law enforcement officers, because Schroeder said they feared for their lives.
Torres' body was the fifth discovered in Comal County last year. and the cady dumped body case to make it into the courtroom so far. Other dumped bodies were those of a Dallas bartender, a 32-year-old Lubbock man, a 28-year-old man from Kyle, and the skeletal remains of a San Antonio woman missing since June of 1961.
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‘We want to do everything we can to give you your day in court," Wolens told Bigley.
‘That's all I want,” Bigley replied
Wolens reminded Bigley that in a earlier conversation, Bigley could choose to have an attorney at the hearing.
Bigley said he did not have the time to retain a lawyer or get witnesses to his allegations He said some of the witnesses worked in New Braunfels Bigley told the committee that he could not afford a lawyer. He said he wanted the committee to retain one for him and to also subpoena witnesses for him
Bigley told Wolens he only had
“Kind representative." he said as he pleaded for a lawyer and
witnesses, “have mercy on the poor.
Another committee member said he knew ai no law that provides a lawyer for someone contesting the election
The committee voted 7-0 to overrule Bigley's election contest
After the ruling. Kuempel said he was pleased with the hearing
"It turned out exactly the way I thought it would turn out,” Kuempel said. Although he admitted that Biglev had a right to contest the election, “I thought it was a frivolous suit." he said.
Kuempel said the Texas Election Code should be amended to prevent contests similar to Bigley s.
“I think we should look at the election code ... the bad thing is the taxpayers ai the State of Texas are paying <for the hearing I,” Kuempel said
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Zoning in the development will range from R-l to C-3 (commercial'.
“The whole thing was brought to us when it was outside the city,” said Commission member Joe Hartigan “Now they’re inside the aly and we’ve already approved it once.” Hartmann agreed that the zoning originally proposed should stay. “This has been completely reviewed,” he said “It is a well-thought-out and well-planned master plan.”
Also Tuesday night. Commission again agreed to recommend to Council the re-zoning of 8.7 acres on the southwest comer of Loop 337 and Texas 46 North.
Developer John Thomas' re-toning request was sent to Council last month, but Council returned the request to the Commission because Thomas had met with neighbors in the meantime The developer gave the Commission a letter containing 13 items he and the neighbors agreed ai as
restrictions for the development Thomas added two items to the UM Tuesday night — the prohibition of a gas station and of sales gong on between the hours of 18 p.m. and 7 a.m.
After reviewing the IS items. Commission agreed to recotnmoid C-l <local business) zoning tor the whole tract subject to the IS restrictions
Thomas wants to build a small shopping mali at one aid of his land and professional-looking “freestanding’’ buildings at the other
Commission also will recommend to Council that the zoning on the tract at 1054 Texas 46 South be changed from R-2 single family md two family ) to C-3 commercial). The property adjacent to this tract and across Texas 46 already are zoned C-3. said Charles "Tart" Mund. who represented land owner Vera Oelkers
Oelkers plans to sell the land for a veterinary clinic, subject to Council approval of the re-zoning recommendation
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broke aff a year ago. nearly didn t come aff, top U.S. officials said. because Gromyko threatened to walk out of the discussions and because of a dispute over Reagan's Star Wars" research program Gromyko "was on the verge of walking out without an agreement," Kenneth Adelman. director of the U.S Arms Control and Disarmament Agency , said Tuesday night If Gromyko had walked out. oily a “vague statement" would have emerged from the discussions. Adelman said Instead, the superpowers issued a joint statement, saying “The sides
believe that ultimately the forthcoming negotiations, should lead to the complete elimination of nuclear weapons everywhere ”
The statement added that the "objective of the negotiations will be to work out effective agreements aimed at preventing an arms race in space and terminating it on Earth, at limiting and reducing nuclear arms. and at strengthening strategic stability "
The principal dispute, according to Adelman and Robert C. McFarlane, the White House national secunty adviser, was mer the Star Wars" spa ce-we a pons program, which the Reagan administration says defensive in nature.
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The Lady .Antlers regained the lead at 13-11 but three free throws by Burch gave the lead back to Canyon at 15-13 with 2:07 left The teams traded baskets, but Tivy bed the score at 17-17 on a basket by Mcurer with 22 seconds to go
Rogers had a steal at midcourt or Tivy and fed the ball to Mcurer to take the lead with 16 seconds left Canyon lied the score at the buzzer when Michelle Toon hit from
inside to make the halftime score 19-19
The Lady Antlers came oui of the locka room fired up, needing only six seconds to score in the third quarter
Tivy scored IO straight points four apiece by Rogers and Mourer, and before Canyon knew what had happened the Antlers were sitting on a 31-19 lead
Wood cut the string for Canyon with a 3-point play on a layup,
giving the Cougarettes their only points of the quarter “Thank heavens for Sherry Wood. " Sc ha rf said Hudson kicked off the final quarter with two quick buckets, giving Tivy a 38-22 lead
The teams again trade bucket* for the next five minutes, as the Lady Antlers had a 47-33 lead with 2:15 left in the game That was when Sharon Jenschke came off the bench to help Canyon
score the final eight points of the game
Jenschke connected with a rebound, then Ticker added two free throws with I 25 to play.
Jenschke sank four straight free throw s in the closing seconds of the game to close the scoring.
Sharon came off the bench and just did her job." Seharf said. She made those clutch free throws and just played super for the two minutes she was in the came Tm sorry I didn t play her sooner ”
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ll is now our turn to keep faith with the people af this state." he said We will have to make difficult decisions across the board to trim state spending whenever and wherever possible.”
In a challenge to fedaal judge* who have unposed their wills on the Texas prison and malta] health systems. Lewis also voiced the belief that the stale should contest the cart rulings in the ll -S bireme Court
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