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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 18, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas a nyon Lake Herrald-Zeitung Thursday, July 18,1985    7    A Lindsey will represent PEC Jim Lindsey of Cedar Park will represent the Pedemales Electric Cooperative, Inc. as its voting delegate to the annual convention of the Texas Electric Cooperative Assn. All directors of the PEC plan to attend the late July convention, and board president W. W. “Bud” Burnett will serve as alternate delegate. Burnett was re-elected president of the board at an organizational meeting held earlier this month. M. C. Winters was elected to serve another year as vice-president and secretary-treasurer 0. C. Harmon will also serve another term in that office. At the regular monthly board meeting held Monday in Johnson City, directors heard a report from independent auditor John Drew. The PEC is required by law to undergo an outside audit annually. “We received a very favorable report from the auditor,” said PEC spokesman Bill Cunningham, who added that a line-by-line examination of the cooperative’s budget caused the Monday meeting to be very lengthy. The board also received a report from its internal audit committee headed by Ralph Giesecke of Marble Falls The committee’s assignment was to perform the annual internal audit. “Giesecke. a bank president, was amazed by our internal controls,” Cunninghham said of theh audit. In other business, the directors accepted 1.453 new members into the cooperative and approved purchase orders in the amount of $1,907,726.13. They also approved for payment to the Lower Colorado River Authority, under protest as usual, the June power bill of $4,995,916.22 for 118,557,745 kilowatt hours of power. This compares to the June 1984 bill of $4,529.851.96 for 105.949.105 KWH. General Manager Bennie Fuelberg was authorized to negotiate for purchase of five acres of land in the Dripping Springs area for construction of a new service center. Presently, that area is served by the Kyle-Buda service center. The next meeting of the board will be held on the third Monday in August at 2 pm at the cooperative’s headquarters in Johnson City. The PEC provides electric service to the entire Canyon I,ake area of Comal County. —- Summer beauty Activities late summer sunsets over a' v *<»ll months provide glowing orange .vaters of Canyon lake The hills on Devil s Backbone make a stunning backdrop for the evening scene Action Center becoming well-known organization Canyon l-ake Action Centei. a volunteer organization aimed mostly al serving senior citizens, is becoming well-known and considered a model for similar organizations in other communitie s Board present Raymond Vrm-strong said. The Canyon <ikt community is gaining a gotni reputation around the state In recent months I ve had several inquiries from small towns about the Action Center and how it got going ” !• uture plans for the center include consideration of the purchase of a in to 15-passenger van to be used for transportation service, trips, and a number f other uses that would benefit the community Action Center survey In ord* to plan how the center aught better serve the community, the following survey is being taken. Circle am and all of the possibilities below that are of interest, add your own suggestions and return to the Center Una ted on FM 2673 in Sattler Or mail them to P O Box 1472, Cam on I ake. TX 78130 —Craft instructions — possibly making some items for sale in the Thrift shop —Adult sitter training — could be offered from time to time for people who would like to earn money or volunteer their help, or learn now to care for a family member who is ill, recovering from surgery or housebound —I’d like to go on a trip to: —I d enjoy a tour of some of the fine homes in ’he lake area if it could be arranged —I’d like to see some current or old movies at the Action Center. Other: Name Phone Number The Action Center Thrift Shop is open on Wednesdays and Fridays from IO a rn until 4 pm. Volunteers are available daily to make telephone reassurance calls and transportation service is available for doctor and dentist appointments and other needed trips Prescriptions can be picked up and delivered for anyone who is ill or housebound Adult sitter service is available for short and long term assistance in home Bridge parties on Tuesdays and games parties on Wednesdays are continuing during the summer in addition to the second Wednesday covered dish luncheons. The Summer Reading Program continues at Tye Preston Memorial library for children age preschool through fifth grade. Sessions are held each Thursday from IO to 11:30 a rn. and will continue through Aug. 15. Members of the Canyon l^ke t iii ted Methodist Church Choir are presently rehearsing for the musicfest to be held in September and are looking for more voices to join them. Anyone interested in singing with this group may contact the choir’s director. Francis Teas, at 899-2601. Canyon Lake Lioness Club members will meet Thursday at 6:30 p.m. for a salad supper at the Woodlands Golf and Country Club. , During the dinner meeting, the lioness of-the-Year award will be presented. Canyon I .ake Republican Women will host their summer fiesta Saturday at 7 p.m. at St. Thomas Pavilion. Guest speaker will be Bexar County Commissioner I.amar Smith Reservations are necessary, and a fajita dinner will be served. The board of directors of the Canyon I .ake Volunteer Fire Dept. will meet July 30 at 7:30 p.m. at Station No. I in Canyon City. Lake Weather Week of July 11-17 Temperatures Outflow High 92, July 16 485 cfs . . . . July 12 Low 67, July 12 628 cfs..... ____July 14 Rainfall . ............1 72 Inflow Lake level 308 cfs ..........July 14 911 73 July 14 928 cfs . . .......July 12 911 05 ..... July 11 NOTICE OF INTENT TO IMPLEMENT RATES Genera: Telephone Company of toe Southwest n accocunce Attn to? Put c ’ Regulatory Act and the Rules of the Puo'c Utility Commission of Te«.is ; .* its mtent to impiemen? new exchange access tales for the ptccv. ■< of sh mc vw ” tenant resale services These proposed rates are applicable to customers of Ge' n j telephone Compar', f the Southwest eluding hotel/motel customers /.ho provide toca etch ’ge ie * p' ne service of Gene'ai Telephone Company of the Southwest to their tenant* or pat' ms y a resale or shared use basis This resale or sharing arrangement is norma , provided uniting a customer provided PABK yr Other simitar stored control six ';h capable o‘ common control processing or other teatures commonly associated with a PABX Smart s.*.' :h These proposed rates are designed to recover costs on a usage basis for local exchange telephone service access and are identical to General Teephones Options Measured Service rates The monthly access rate wilt be $2895 per trunx line and the usage 'ate-, are as follows Over Up To and Including Band Set Up Full Rate Period Each Mmu 0 7 maes A S 025 S 015 7 14 miles B 035 021 14 21 miles C 050 030 21 28 miles 0 070 042 28 E 090 054 Sporting pasttime Water sports are a favorite pasttime during summer months at Canyon Lake, especially now that the lake is back to above conservation pool level and all boat ramps are once again accessible. Riding a jet ski is just one way to beat the heat on lake waters. As this is a new service offering we are unable to determine the number of customer who may be affected Currently there are no Known prospective customers Until any customer utilizes this new offering there WHI be no effect on the revenues of the telephone company and in any event the telephone company does not expect 'events to be a*eded by more than ?V* percent These proposed rates where applicable win provide tariffed local exchange access to customers who then win provide shared or resale services to tenants These proposed rates have been suspended by the Public Utility Commission pf Texas and will become effective as proposed or modified by order of the Commission on a date to be determined by ’he commission The proposed rate schedule is on file with the Commission tor public inspection anc is also available at any business office of Genera. Telephone Company of the Soutfiwes! Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate rn these proceedings should notify the commission as soon as possible A request to intervene participate or tor further information should be mailed to the Pubic Utility Commission of Texas 7800 Shoal Creex Boulevard Suite 400N Austin Texas 78757 Further information may also be obtained by calling the Pubic Utility Commission Consumers Affairs Division at (512i458 0223 or (512)458 0227 or (512)458 0221 teletypewriter tor the deal General Telephone irhia ^ i    High    interest U.S. Savings Bonds Child Abuse, Its a crying shame. In |v v.n , hi Kl .,lui m is . >i„ . .Min iii. is! 11 .ip i> p I < 'I' U 111 n w v t.n . tint .1 IIH.INV III III It III iMf/lf I. V.t' v 111 1111 v ll I' III v 1. 111 p I I . >1 .tl'Usi Kv ll H ll ll). I , I I I I I N V v i . ll I Iii I . II .III ll t lh. 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