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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 10, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas NB athlete getting in over his head, Page 9 r- • I friday July 10,1987 25 Cents One Section, 16 Pages Vol 134 Mr 133 New Braunfels New Braunfels Herald Publishing Company 707 Landa St . New Braunfels, T‘*xas 781 30 (USES 377 BOO si a ni mt isch Landfill buyers' exclusivity clause delays sale contract 3 ii .firtis I ta iranian*. I tried tup >«« tfie d.»* through ITIC eat I i i \ I 'A eek !*•'!* pea «« ut Chance at ! att h with a high th th* Urn rtk >*#ultx*ast w mils I j uij I Tonight wall be cl«u*iv w Itll a h*v^ i the ruin TIE ami southeast wUitfs * lo HI it lj>!l Salu; day wiii tx* . loud) IO th* 'ai th cloudy "itfi nu " iii th* 90s Sunday through lit* •alay (lith* I lit* Mn*to Ct ASSIMt D IO lh COMICS 8 CROSSWORD 3 DF AH ABH V / \ NT I HI AINMf M 7 OPINIONS 4 Bk I IGIOUS FOCUS 5,6 SPORTS 9 By IKWISf IMH IM, Correspondent Comal Count) Commissioners Thursday on* ** again ielaved the final signing of the err,ti net fur the sale of tho . hn -lint) landfill Cit) M a na gel' lot* Michie ami I'»*iuit> Attorney Bill Renner v geed < om erns about die contract ubnuttedb) the buyer. Waste Management. Inc. rh* ntract. which was to tx* approved at last week s ii* * nr g. a a> tabled at ti at time after the commissioners and tht i « runty ar I it> representatives expressed their wishes to see certain wording changed and some * ,ause ' removed or changed The aunt) s mat! concern with the contract was a louse nqu ring private refuse haulers in the count) to tamp ex I ^lvelv at I anal < ounty s landfill \ clause i ha this i'' not w ithn the authority af the count) lie private hauler van go an)where he wants to,' aid< -mmtssionerJ I Jumbo’* F,vans The danse Renner called an illegal claus* in a erne* In comm I SSI rn* rs„ is a request that the count) «*nv an) new commercial landfills during the Ley ear •nuac * with Waste Management Inc lh** * * only inle t prevent ti)* formation of such landfills if the) ,et tate requirements Reuner said * * < ti :    -    liers will agre*' to not <*f**n a impeiim i od whil* under ntract with Waste* Management as . c an ption-out clause is included in c ase of futur* fats-ci' b> th* t oiupany. the) said ae sis na! take immediate steps to .** qui! •* of .. .    .* * .< a    * I- mutt, • * a la vears limn the The private hauler can go anywhere he wants to J I £ vans Precinct 1 Commissioner After conferring with the city attorney, loc Mu * ie requested the commissioners “defer it and let th*- alterne)' get together Michie said tie would like ■ ce some wording changed, typos corrected. <*nd holidays changes Renner said he* believes stipulations ti. late < v. sUtute a contract after meeting with Waste Manac*•: representatives and the city att nu * R* tm* commissioners probably will approve th*- e n luring next Mondo) ' meeting. Rock said further negotiation u**r* 'rn tm c la rifle atom of language* and that h*' in • 'tilde * bugs .ne now worked out of the control t Commissioners als** heard a re}»*’r? from t Auditor Bate Bund on problems with Aul male Processing Corporation in doing the county pa processing Bond said a contract was signed with tlx* processing firm sc* it could produce a pac roll rn* • fluently than tile c ount) office * an I his lur rn I out r tx* the case bec ause it is taking Bond s off , * more til arrect and edit the ADPproduct B**nd said with recent improvemenLs, tin county in uit od id tv lata an afford to cancel th »nti Md1 w .* n OU I at* B. n the Mf Mr ii* "t giving the ompanv a way out I llJ t* pay r<»ll as an tn-hous e r un* Hem e r* * merit if the landfill Is found t** bt leakily The cancellation was approved fit*! j san! ; th* v w ante' a W ?. Ma.,aceiiieiit to an i*i the balance of the , amount bu f rn letter an*! stud) b v Ken Kai *.er ret, al * tine; W I Ii be returned to the cc mtingency a leaking at th* ant if iii I* a Wi rn tx! r. lix s nher actions by the * < tabling a propos *mmissi**n ed rate I X! tanager*'! nit attorney benote tv** *», >aid ne ce uni) 3* health msuran ce compar ke i** took. u to u p lied tanka ce bdme iii* titi,*i pl ujxtsed a tigiufleant increase a d thel e have been rvpoto t*vei the last few v en f *r the '.rn reuse iii.) *\i I Th tv Evans & and that ti it*ac the f.    . *.    t* ,*Mds < f i oc e outside Toby s Dance Studio on San ~ t    •    :    pear cur .s f nor startled at photographer Deryl •rn, ■ *•■: to to* us r a pecu ar situation The bod in the t apport i , * the: offspring of the One on the cable, but the one in n#*s» u.-Mp,v*r.p .vns r *    *    h. ? piece m* siring used to Budd The *    *.*    >*    •.    "et tv y .n j glanced back to make sure hei han P&g*: Head Start janitor ic*!* status pendingAquifer board, NBU consider sharing cost of surface water treatment plant d oik;* *d her Mi mr net Itta! .iii*I ii* !*•■»*( >S will Cl*** rd* in t to allow lit* man I* a*• *ce an*! gitt won* left Im* • r tam tx I s 'it** alfet ii Ai when the parents ut * ah jilt k it I k l« i tip i it* .illumed I** attend tin mother was miavailat.i* fit I hut >dav «*v clung Bv s AK AM IM hi staff W ntcr »*■** Braunfels Utilities may bt r* «*iv. s .* .** help in fman* mg its proposed sort a water treatment [riant Dx* Edwards I lei gr md Wa Ie I District is consider!* . part *’t it* suf-fate water development fund dr sot !*•* a! expense** A 'a**- hot act’lali)    .it*;* together lo talk about it, said Tom h* ll VV I) s general manager But we a** surf * e water development fund lh* purp* t*i the faid is it* encourage development surface water cievelopinent and th** pmp* .if New Braunfels Utilities * ofiMructrn. treatment [dam apfxars to tx in line wit!, iii of the fund SBI s pi '[losing to tat id o plant aln would have the capability of producing million gallons of treated water a day and * * uglily Jo 5 million to build Such a pun drawing water from th* (iuadaiup* Hiv instead of the Edwards Aquifer w i f he th. first of us kind in Central I exa* I*ox said the bistro is encouraging 'the! cities sn th*- area to ii, vc! >[> similar p* teds He said the $.'Ilion**:* r- *    • I AA 11 surface watef development fund <«uid tx used throughout the region for su* im veiopment ih* water treatment plant t *»r,t of nim projects exp*vied to cost just rn a* than I*' milium SBI liencra Ma:. *, et B' b S. tv s.,„i a little innovative Brian*, u.*; „e i * -sa * : Unoriginal estimated oust **f moi e than 1.4 million to the * anent estimate He told N* w Braunfels City ( *unci during a workshop lhuisduy that bonds urn* *. in I ako will tx- reoil. ** ated to offset * sis ut proposed new projec Is lh* proposed 'ale of the* local can tm a. transmission system will generate a minimum of f million. Sofa; sa.d (bat a < wi reduce the need for borid funds arid is scheduled t* cover the cost of renovating the Kuehler South VV a stew Bet 11 eat slit rn lh.cit I * • :. «*n *v ato*i st an estimated $2.5 million V . : *'iai $500,000 from the transmission toward ffsetting the cost of ■’,< ii face water treatment plant .«•    ir.uovativ*    financing.' NBU •! , ,>s u*    I million in bonds a .. ha* estimated cost of tfie proposed ti* itn.en* plant s $5 5 million. NBL’ officials ex,    t I*    .s'ae    $J 7k milium in new bonds f»»r the    pi <qed tither funds    will come from leal.*" ated Ai bonds and use of central 'ac lilies    tees    and the    water resource dev eiopment fund I * :' nu-king new , rn lect ions on the NBL’ sv sit to pay entral lac limes fees and all w ater asci s pa eh is [lei 1.000 gallons of water that . **s tnt** the water resource dev eiopment fund 3*iii!. said he considers the nine proposed projec Is .*    normal continuation *>i service w(thin the community In regard to selling the . Ie* tm oi transmission system to the lamer Sei WATfcR Paqe2 GB RA takes part in wa ter planningNB building permits running ahead of 1986 by $5 million tie texas Water c ommission is se I I . work with the (iuadaiupe-hi.tit* *i Hives Authority .cs well as •tin : mwi authorities in the slate I I, a lop a ctuiipi * I lei »sn e watei plan for Texas ; ti* hi urns'i, *n dec Hied this .****!• . amate a Judy to develop .to integrated approach to liver last management using ,' ■ tame by nv el autfiorities tin ougbout tilt* state. I kit ..I Weiseh, ti BRA s plan-■ u director, salt! the state* en* > and lh* autfiorities fiave < I ymg foi several years to p a [dan lot waler use in the tlx* an de v i state I ft* i * ruts tx en .in attempt to nake tuft* that the iivei uithonUes ran work t aget he I Un augh .* comprehensive plan," fie said I fir water commission controls sui face wale* UM* through issuing licenses aud permits Welsch said there is a possibility thai rive! authorities will tx-come what are ailed water masters.’' meaning thee would walk with the water commission an*! represent the * oiamission to water users. Bul Colbert, a spokesman tor water commission, said the ommission is Irving to develop integrated water plan tor the state ” Water commissioner John Hornbills has suggested that the commission would ask other substantial waler users in a liver basin, including municipalities, to pal ticipate in the process to develop • Modulated plans arui rules for the management of tater quality and uses basin wide lh* tomiius.sionei said tfiat while the Texas Water Plan adopted bv the 'Texas Department *if Wale I Resources iii 1985 is a long-range planning document. the effort now is to develop procedures and rules for water management on the basis of river basin geography Bv D AX 111 MAA staff VV mer New offices for the local Texas Department of Mumar Services and two convenience stores wa m amor th* 125 building [leruuts issued during durn* by New Bra nfils Planning Department The issued peril uls carried construe lion value* totaling $1,847,705, well over the $1 29*> million .abu* .im i In the 12H permits issued in June 148» Tees garnered last month bv the plannuq tiepaUment amounted to lo duo 25, bringing the Bs* o year 3 [hi inst fee total to $57,9*50 25 Die department had projected receiving $oJ,0U0 during 1986-87 tfuough building [xn uut applications June proved lo bt* the fourth month iii 19H, to rn Ord increased building activity as indicated by the number of permits issued and their total scojx* v alues Xix* number of permits issued by category anti their construction value* are as follow s Ten single family residences, $478,Alk) 12 residential additions/alterations, $114,462; three garages/earjvorts $j,132; four new commeicial buildings, $o40,000, IO coiiuneriial ad iitions/alterations, $5a6,400    78 out-of- scope items, $148,811; two signs, $3,400; tine* sto’.«. * buildings, $4,100; two mobile homes, two tnovings and one demolition, no values TDHS lias selected Joe Williamson as the (*ontiactoi for its new 5,145-square-foot office to be Uh ated on lireen A alley Bast Drive off Walnut Avenue The new facility is ' : is h.*. in, a cst! ut lion value of $140 OOO Bam Oil t’ompany loi aled in Converse has begun site work at Texas 46 and Interstate 35 for a ix*w combination Cos and -onv emeix e store the first of two, stores planned for Ne a Braunfels bv the fledgling company which c urrently has stores in Lytle and San Antonio The New Braunfels store is its third It cs very typical of an island marketer,’’ said com* pan) spokesman Danny Emnartz It is a Afferent philosophy. The store will bt* in tile middle with gas on both sides but it will bt* bigger with easier accessability Emnartz said, explaining there will be large' dnve-through spat* featuring nine prime [larking spaces, six of those under a canopy He said the company hopes to have the store, 1,8'k) square feet valued at $17t»,ikki, .open within 90*130 days. Franco Incorporated has been given construction approval to build a Slgmor gas and ctvnvernerxe store at 181o Texas 4** W e->t I lavas Contractors of San Automa has been contracted lo construct the new store which is listed as totaling 2,066 square feet and carrying a scope value of $280,000 The owners, contractors, addresses, value and scope of tlx* .single family permits issued last month are as follows Linda Smith, same; ud5 Bock, $28,000; 1,178 square feet Sew PERMITS Pegs 2 ;