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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 26, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas '<^ 1^’.'New Braunfels I 12peQajnoneafctionRTua*day, Juty26, IIM Scrugg in coneen on Mcrxfey, Auf. 15 at foe civic center, alai fog at 6:30 p.m. On a motion by Councilwoman    KS Brenda Freeman, amended by Mayor    Bi Fid Tem Chria Bowen, the council    John I unadmouriy told economic develop-    team, meat director Penelope Church to    world ■>' \5"4'*'.-rf ^ r"<    '-V-St i®: ' 1 ' • : \    '    '•/.•    >    V-    ;v;Vv    :r-v is* ».>- hmm- -    ,    .    ite New Bmtars beat Balcones 4 3 - See P. 7 •VOL 142. No. 163 L- I i fctskfe    I    f Ifv MlnwHmik MRH ^ IWM until  ..............   .2 Weather..........................................3    I    DvCMRMTMHAAfTTM    • ^    *    «    « 5™2=_ Council members voice objections to increase i ...................•■••••?    I    AtfoorahNew Braunfels Utilitie* mangers    Mayor Pro Tem Chria Bowen objected to the    the increaae. “We’ll make that assumption,” she The Marketplace.......................9-12    |    riaimmA wMisnfl r wrr nim fhil in mrrr cm    rate increaae because NBU has a surplus of    said MWe have to have something to bring before ofthe utilities, city oouncftmariben yesterday    : $27,000,000.    the board Thursday, so we*ll go with the two delayeditem rates .75pacer*.    “Itdoesn't make sen* to raise rates now," he    [Ii for both utilities].percent increase for one Mayor IM Raser Jr. objected to foe rate    mid “Maybe a year ffom now ”    year.** Guadalupe River..............134 da I    imae beatee New Braunfels Utittlfcs General    But NBU said the $27,000,000 surplus is for    NBU trustees will meet Thursday at 10 a.m. to CojWRNer. .......-270 da | MaHMr Faun DiFOmm and chaimian of its • electric nets only, and will be used for growth discuss a five-year fiscal plan. cfs-cubic feat par second    I    tinsel of mate IT C Mrnttnara had At m try «d maintenance over the next five yean.    DiFonzo seemed upset about the delay. “At *    t^tMyrt^fninfa^rnr inriTMriflTMii flrtwanli DiFonzo said growth and maintenance over least we still have the door open for discussion,’' the next five yeas for wteer and sewer is based on she said River conditions SLi iii nit isi BOHMO| WWWW lf Will th® NmvaM4MMpM ThtNcw BnabftU Herald* Tffmnf a* wmN foe fotiowfog •  t-l int ^*  -a—    s. otruKMy wiimi kk iwib    > WetOaejer, David CabeBo, Anthony CabsBo, Abby Foster (16 years!), Martha Barbar (40th!), Iran Torres, Jeff Hand, RohfMl Laos (24th!, baned), Cecfly Franca Tristan (lad, batted), RtytHM TiDUMr* nm (14t»!, bellied), L. Col Fox, Gerald P. Hhunaaa, Anga- Bm A a DwmI    mw-- wM OMKf rW riwif Iraw* Fraser directed them lo ask EUWD if they will continue to pay for New Braunfels lo im water from Canyon Lake. • DiFonzo wa sure BUWD’s answer will bd negative. Tt boukl be controversial to fond us and not others,” she said. The tale increase must paw two more readings to become law. The next dty council meeting: is Aug. 8. (fit dom pass the leadings the increase, which will avenge about $2 per customer per month, will show up possibly on the November bills. flWd, Angliae Bottom. Happy Anniversary to Roland JI Crystal Lea (2nd), Charta fe Betty Lackey. Spacial Tuesday pragmai wk at CMN* Th. The ChtUktn'i Mumm of New Braunfels continua its flee first Tuesday program. Adnation for femiUa will be waived on Tteetky, Aug. 2 from BurineaCouaaliiw it scheduled the aeood,iMid and fourth Tuesday at the chamber of commerce for individuals needing assistance in my area of operas* ing a busmen. began over four yeanago one monthly basis ha been extremely mcoestihl and grows to the pa-am schedule. The service, which effete eom-aelfog in the area of management, pre-venture feaMbUity, loan packaging Md others, is flee of mannim^Mlthacfenhar Chamber plane Mil Butina After Hours is planning g Membership Mixer, an informal gathering of Chamber of Commerce memben sponsored by The Wearing Hole Saloon Jk Dance Hall at 1390 Old McQueeney Road Air Wedne-day July 27 flora S-7 pm Coom! County Fair Parade antriaa Haw feaing eccaptad Entriaforthe loin Comal County Fair Parade ate now being accepted. The Parade will beheld Frifoy Sept 23, beginning at IO ajn. FOr an entry form or more information,! Handrick at 625-1864. (Th* Ntw »w# HwldZmm* hmm ta mdm to atef hmm to SmmtOek Acccnhm to th* Sofkitnhmt Archt** mimmhtntfO* Ommn emmmity, "Sl*mmtutkm    *    tjumgpUcs/of rn* tim daft hqamty. nSmi rihmaMwJ Ihienowepopsrie printed on recycled newepfint I EfldfowjJah FKHlCMIDOUnd WMmembarakidudhti i teft) i IBA hlWiintnf finfh Manna hum Ufe\ • I LWmao .,y ■ ..9    nllwWem*    {Nm    fwwj wwvvt wlljf SU w« nBjvlwVi i femi Lyles, officer^ Affy eon DaMasco Slddons, Concetto Chlakl, Agate Cwriu,ofica and UDA ktetructor. Canyon drill team earn trip to nationals competition in Florida By CHMfTVtAMAirnN Stall writer For foe first time ever this summer, foe Canyon drill team won foe opportunity to go to a Uoivenal Dtnoe AMOCtation nttQQil CTtnpf* tit Lam Allyaon DeMasco Siddons is Ctnyon High School’s ftdWtime drill tom fepMtor. "Thae gills tie into Ctidiot Lehr, officer, Tiffhny Merit, kiH* Nbton, Kathy Campot md Is. |. Haynea, aDfeS and WMK to fos Cana in Sm Alife-lo, Texas, where ^ compfririon WM held. Rons’a Lyios, officv; Contode Chilok and Agria Cantu, officer, also qualified. Officers Haynes and Lehr were also picked a all-stars and will perform with a US. drill team in a New Year's Eve parade in Paris, France. The national competition will be after that in Orlando, Florida. The Sea World competition will take place Feb. 3-7. At the San Angelo camp, the Aristocats one first place overall plus a superior trophy for outstand-ing drill team. The outstanding drill aam honors cams bacauaa their personal dance routine proved better than anyone else'! routine day Md brought from home. (Other routines in the competition involved num-ben foe UDA instructs taught foam.) for vacant building By ROGER CROTEAU Qty Editor The old LORA power plait on Lands Street a Lands Park will be getting a SLI million face-lift — if the LOLA is successful in getting a federal gram to complete the project. The paperwork for the gram will be submitted within weeks and a decision on funding will be made in October, said Bill McCann, LCRA spokesman. The LCRA building renovation project is one of nine proposed transportation-related projects in the region, which together would total $5.7 million. The federal government would pay 80 percent of the co* of each pro* jwt- _ other 20 percent. The lxjka's i the New Braunfels project would be $220,000. The LCRA Board of Directors voted last week to pursue the projects, thus committing LCRA to its share of the funding if the grams are approved. "We would do a Im of cosmetic work repair masonry, broken windows, painting... remove lead paint,” McCann said. ”It is part of a larger plan tim will coat more than S2 million that will include work on the grounds as well.” The Texas Department of Transportation will decide which projects to fluid under the federal Imermodal Surface Tnnpottarion Efficiency Act of 1991, which fonds transportation McCann said that although foe renovation of foe LCRA budding may not saam be related to tranaportation, the project does qualify for foe gram program because it is a historic build-1 allows this. There is JaauMMhaM&lrieGaaMSUU. “It is a historic building anddoing this work would allow us to pnanrc this building,” he said. ‘Them ie a lot of competition for this fonding, but obviously we are hopeful that we will be successful... We are very optimistic. I think this project would be an excellent use ofthe fonds. ‘The power plant buildins has a lot of potential for value to the community. We would like to see the community come up with a use that would help New Braunfels, and we are ready to make the commitments to help it happen. This project would be the first' step to fining a use for the building, it would actually preserve the building.” The power plan stopped generating electricity in the early 1970s and it ha sat vacant since then. Various plans have been put forward for use of foe building and grounds, but no decision* have been made. LCRA spent about $2 million on foe empty power plant a couple of years ago, removing asbestos from the interior. wmShaadada will be sought are in Llano, Burnet, Fayette, Colorado, Wharton and Matagorda Counties. They include renewing a rail line and installing exhibits at public sites along the Colorado River to explain the river's role a a mode of transportation » • Two Canyon High students to take part in National Leadership Camp this week From staff reports Two Canyon High students will take part in a National Leadership Camp this week. Erin Rich and Kart Kastner, president and vice-president of foe CHS student council, are two of only 125 students nationwide wladri to attend the chmp at Outlaw Ranch, S.D., sponsored by the National Association of Secondary Principals (NASSP), Division of Student Activities. The five-day workshop for student leaden is designed to enhance leader- Erin Rich, Kart Kastner to represent Canyon High Student Council ship abilities; increase communication skills, project planning, group process and organization. Rich ha been an officer the past two years, a vice president and spirit officer. Kastner ha been an officer foe past three years, as energy officer three yen and junior counselor a foe Texas ^/fti^pvCnuncili* camp at Baylor University. Canyon High's Student Council recently won top honors and will represent the state as student council. It consists of approximately IOO students who volunteer their time to promote awareness, leadership, and participation in school and community projects. . The tescher-sponson from Canyon High School are Betty Kyle and Lily Barucky. City council seeking federal funds to widen Gruene river bridge Taking on Karpov By OHRMVM MARTH Staff mar Naw Rnnfels city bai vend to tty fee fedari fonds for a $61,000 project to widM foe Greene river-brid ige for pedestrians. i Jan Kennedy voted for the    which >1,000 project tc rcr-bridfe for pi Council woman rfocaooiication aKjar'-’T' a “wa’ra going to have lo do foia fori going brite rifoar way, id we need lo git all foe hrip we can at,” she laid. The Texas Highway Department prqject will awald foe federal on the barie if point! awarded for •variable. Mayor Fraser suggested on tome wmmtr days about 100,000 individual* end 19,000 vehicles cross the bridge, Council will also apply for fonds for foe railroad rodety building: Marshall Long of the railroad aoci-said his non-profit organization put up S10#)0 in matching ftinds tar proposed improvements. . RaMfe ■ad how many nannie and foe dualltiv ^yforfoegrai^ but prioritize the An iaamodB fenfeoi Ttanpififr^^l I2i2?i5y&ew*h»ye» SiHMMAfafetiM tfemtt* da Hiland outran. in mailbox at' Garden Ridge home Sunday WAKIM GARDEN RIDGE - A bomi) unday in foe mailbon' orth* Canyon High md*** grid* ripal and Comal County deputies lack suroecti a this time. Manufacturing art explosive *nuuni^(^«(^«nw!£ril boa outside atte titne’f I Opm^ llii nmimrminn un! i i. me retreating ventcie •Id. u mrnmrnm KH ^ i: . tf.606 0846 ;