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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 28, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2 □ Herald-Zeitung □ Thursday, March 28,1996 Project KISS, CL chamber begin new era By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer £L_ ^ A new era for the Canyon Lake ^Community Youth Recreation Center (Project KISS) began on Monday afternoon when Project KISS signed a land lease agreement with the Canyon ^ake Chamber of Commerce at the .chamber’s office. “I am ecstatic that we now have a ■site,” CLCYRC founder Trish Wyatt s^id. r. In front of a packed house of Canyon Lake citizens, county commissioner candidates Jack Dawson and Douglas Kirk, County Commissioner “Jumbo” Evans, Comal Independent School District Superintendent Dr. Jerry Major, Sheriff Jack Bremer and schoolchildren, Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce President Richard K. Smith and Comal County Sheriffs Deputy Mark Reynolds, CLYRC committee president, signed [the agreement. The agreement calls for a 99-year lease in which Project KISS would {pay the chamber $ I a year. In return, •the Canyon Lake Chamber of Com-jmerce would provide 9.5 acres of land [where its present chamber offices are •located at on FM 2673 between Sattler and Startzville. Smith emphasized the youth/community center will be for all the residents of Canyon Lake to enjoy. “It is a community center, not a hamber of commerce building,” Smith said. “We will own the land, jut Project KISS will own the build-ng. That is why we are calling it a oint project. I believe it will benefit everyone in the community.” • Changes for the community/youth Recreation center will have to be implemented because both the chamber and project KISS will be sharing office fcpace, which would include an activity room and a board room for both prganizations. I “I believe we have an obligation to Ihe community to provide additional Rpace (for a meeting place),” Smith laid. ► Charles Stephens, II, a member of file chamber’s board of directors, said ihe combination of both the chamber lalProject KISS working together will benefit in the construction of the ^pnter. ~ ‘The combination of these two nips will provide services and maters that otherwise the center wouldn’t ive gotten,” Stephens said. • HAVE FUN - GO BOWLING! SPRING BREAK SPECIAL DEAL Mar. 15 - Apr. 14 For All Students Marion, NB1SD & Comal ISD Comal Bowl 1202 Huisache Ave 625-6263 Every 3rd Game Free! Student Rate $1.50 Game RUSSELL Moa-Tliwr Fri-Sw 4:30    1:45 4:30 OB 7:00 9:30 7:00 9:35^ Mon-Thur Fri-Sva “    4:45    1:30 4:45 ® 7:10 9:40 7:10 9:40 "—    M/in-Ttuir FH-Sm PMnUDPOIDn SKH) 7:05 1:00 3:00 -9:05    5:00 7:05 g*J    9:05 Mr.    Moi-Tlwr    Fri-Sm iHolland’s    4:00 4:45 1:054:00 Opus    9:30    6:45    9:30 [Bcd of Roses Mon-Tlwr 5:10 7:30 9:25 Mo*-TIm* 1:10 3:10 5:10 7:30 9:25 Mm-Ant Mm-Hmt 5:15 7:15 1:15 3:15 9:15    5:15    7:15 9:15 BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W San Antonio SI 50 ALL SHOWS $1.50 By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer Plans are under way fora Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day in April, and people are urged to start removers, tile cleaners, solvents, furniture polish, kitchen cleaners, and bathroom cleaners. Paint supplies include paint thinners, paint strippers^ spray cans, lacquer, wood preservatives, and solvents. New Braunfels Assistant Fire Chief Elroy Friesenhahn is the project manager for the collection, and said it is scheduled for Saturday, April 27 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. behind Fire Station #2 on Loop 337. He said the there is a slight change from the previous ones that he wants to make the public aware of. In the past, there was no charge for the collection of any of the products. However, that has changed. He said surveys performed at previous collections showed people would be willing to pay a small fee for the collection of certain products. This approach is being tried this year. “(The fee) is really just a token of what the actual cost is... but it will help recover part of the cost,” said Friesenhahn. Recyclables, such as used motor oil, used oil filters, auto batteries, tires, paint, and antifreeze, will still be collected free of charge. However, there will be a charge of $1 per pound, including container for disposal 6f garage and garden products, cleaning products, and paint supplies. Friesenhahn said the cost to foe city and county for foe disposal will be $3 to $5, and the $1 will help recoup some of that. Garage and garden supplies include brake fluid, herbicide, pesticides, rat poison, solvents, and pool chemicals. Cleaning products are drain cleaners, oven cleaners, spot (which is the contractor) will charge us,* he said. There are several items that will not be accepted at the collection. These include trash, ammunition, industrial waste, explosives, medical waste, fireworks, commercial waste, flares, smoke detectors, radioactive material, and gas cylinders. Friesenhahn said these will not be accepted because they do not have foe proper permits to do that. He also added that foe contractor has already been looking at how to weigh the material. He said the longest wait last year was 16 minutes, and he hopes to keep it to that again this year. ‘‘There may be a slight hold up, but it shouldn’t be much,” he said. Friesenhahn also stressed that foe collection day, which is sponsored by the city of New Braunfels and Comal County, is still in need of volunteers. He said foe fire marshal has already found about SO volunteers, but an additional IO or 12 more is needed, “especially to help with the batteries and tires.” Friesenhahn said Laidlaw has told him that the last two collections held had higher participation than foe national average. He said he is happy with this fact, and is hoping for another great turnout for this one. Individuals wanting to volunteer or get more information on foe collection can call 608-2120. Obituaries Gus A. Garcia Gus A. Garcia, age 45, of New Braunfels, died Monday, March 26, 1996, at the Audie Murphy Veterans Hospital in San Antonio, Texas. He was bom March I, 1951, in New Braunfels to Guadalupe Garcia and Carlota “Carrie” Arriaga Garcia. He had been employed with the NBISD as a custodian. He was a veteran of the U. S. Army and was a member of the Catholic faith. A rosary will be recited Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral service is scheduled for Friday at I p.m. at the Holy Family Catholic Church with Rev. Stanley Soria officiating. Burial will follow in foe Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio. Survivors are his mother, Carlota “Carrie” Garcia of New Braunfels; father, Guadalupe Garcia of San Antonio; daughter and son-in-law, Sharon and David Russell of New Braunfels; sisters and brothers-in-law, Carrie and Carlos Rodriguez of Fort Worth, Sarah Ann and Don Ellis of Dallas, Maria A. and Jimmy Garcia of Converse, Eve and Daniel Juarbe of Peoria, Ariz.; brothers and sistfers-in-law, John Garcia of San Diego, Calif., Robert and Lucy Garcia of Camp Pendleton, Calif., arid Guadalupe and Debra Garcia Jr. of Abilene; grandson, Jon David Russell and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a brother, George Garcia, who died in Vietnam. Visitation continues until 12:30 pm Friday when the procession departs foe funeral home chapel. 7<xller-z= jL-SFUNtXfiL HOME William "Bill” Norris William “Bill” Norris of New Braunfels died Wednesday, March 27, 1996, at his residence in New Braunfels at the age of 92 years. Funeral services will be Saturday, March 30, 1996, at IO a.m. at the Doeppen-schmidt Funeral Home with foe Rev. Bill Arnold officiating. Burial will be at foe Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Visitation will begin Thursday at I p.m. and continue until service time on Saturday. Memorials may be given to Hospice New Braunfels. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Subscribe to the Herald-Zeitung by calling 625-9144. NBISD Meeting The following actions were taken by the board of trustees for the New Braunfels Independent School District on Tuesday, March 26,1996: ■ Approved the minutes of meetings of the board of school trustees held on Tuesday, Feb. 20 and Tuesday, March 5. ■ Approved three proclamations recognizing students in the district. One recognized New Braunfels High School seniors Kate Bell, Tamarra Jenkin and Sergio Vargas for being recognized last fall as National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists. Sergio Vargas was also recognized for being named a Finalist in the 1996 Coca-Cola Scholars program. Matthew Cavanaugh and Allison Ott were recognized for their demonstration of leadership qualities through their activities as Marine Corps JROTC cadets. ■ The administration recommended that the board of trustees officially cast their votes for Places 2 and 5 on the ESC XIII Board as presented. ■ Approved a resolution and schedule for public schools week, which n the week of March 24-30. ■ Approved application and agree ment for commodities with the Texas Department of Human Resources for the 1996-97 school year and named assistant superintendent for financial services Lonnie Curtis as the district’s contact person. ■ Reviewed employment contracts for professional personnel for 1996-97 school year, and approved offering several contracts to various employees. ■ Approved the February 1996 tax office report. Total collections for February was $ 11,900,271.76, which was 102.92 percent. CED collections totaled $5,994.51. ■ Approved payment to J.J. Stokes Company for two change orders in the amounts of $25,965.40 and $42,779.45. ■ Approved the resignation of Johnny Hill as Internal Auditor effective March 15, 1996 and Tammy Seidel as a New Braunfels Middle School Teacher effective May 24. ■ Approved an extension on a leave of absence for temporary disability for Carol Davidson, a Seele Elementary ..... . ■ Approved the summer drivers training budget for 19%. 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