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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 4, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, May 4, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 3A OBITUARIES Paid advertisements PAUL “SPOOKY” CRAWFORD, JR. Paul Edward Crawford, Jr., known as Spooky by friends, of Roanoke, Virginia passed away tragically in a car accident on Sunday, May 1,2005. Paul was bom in New Braunfels on September IO, 1965. He graduated from New Braunfels I ligh School in 1984. Soon after graduation, he joined the U.S. Navy. After he was released from active duty, Spooky moved to Roanoke were he owned and operated High Country Contractors with his father. While in Virginia, Spooky met Usa Hammer and they were married on April 30,1994. Spooky^ fun loving spirit will be greatly missed by bds family and friends. He is survived by his loving wife; his precious daughters, Abby Diane and Allison Ruth; his mother, Annette Crawford of Sydney, Australia; his father, Paul Crawford, Sr. and step-mother, Patty of Roanoke, VA; his sister, Yvonne Crawford Bays and husband, Alex of New Braunfels; his brother, Nicholas Crawford of Roanoke, VA.; niece, Ashley Bays and nephew, Adam Bays. Services will be Thursday in Roanoke, Virginia. DRAINAGE CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Developers notreasoi fee Ie argued Tuesday that changing the fee from $750 to $ 1,250 was tantamount to setting an “arbitrary number.” “I low can we justify setting an arbitrary figure?” she asked. Rodriguez suggested a compromise of $1,000, but Mayor Adam Cork said comparing the fee to other cities would be a “reasonable standard.” Rodriguez made an motion to lower the fee to $1,000, but it failed by a 4-3 vote. Local builder Ed Badouh said the fee was unfair, saying new development hasn’t caused problems in the older parts of the community. “Right now, developers do on-site detention,” he said. “And if I can do on-site deten tion for $350, why would I want to pay $1,250?” Badouh also argued that a rule making it mandatory for developers to connect to a conveyance if a new development was within 3,000 feet of a regional drainage facility was unreasonable. “The city won’t build the regional facilities,” he said. “And die city won’t condemn property to get to the regional facility. So, you’re dreaming if you think some farmer is going to let me build a concrete ditch through his farm. Its obvious you don’t understand this ordinance.” John Dierksen said council’s approach was “haphazard.” “I don’t think it’s appropriate to adopt, and I think its going to explode,” he said. Pospisil made a motion to postpone the third reading until Monday, but it failed. Rodriguez, Hull and Pospisil voted against the ordinance. SEARCH CONTINUED FROM Page 1A District wants new superintendent by June timeline for hiring a new leader by the end of July. He would like the interim to be in place by June 18. While Fuller's original intention was to stay through the end of June, she has accumulated enough vacation and personal days to make May 31 her last day at the district’s central office. Krueger said although I tiller would not be involved direct- VOTING CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Early voters rise slightly but turnout still low comparison because voters were participating in three elections — city, county and national." Last year, when voters were also electing a president, 5,(KM) citizens voted early. Two years ago, in a municipal-only election, 1,750 city residents entered a voting ly with the search for her replacement, he hoped she would give advice on the process or potential candidates if asked. As they did with the process which ultimately brought Fuller to CISD, board members have opted to conduct the search themselves, rather than hire a search firm or use the Texas Association of School Boards service. “It’s our hope we can do this quickly, but it will be tough to replace Nancy Fuller,” he said. Although they have not had a chance to discuss the kind of person or qualifications they will be looking for in a new booth before Election Day. Although city officials were concerned about the length of this election’s ballot — the 39 charter amendments almost quadrupled voters’ time in the ballot box — Resendez said he did not believe it hindered anyone’s inclination to participate in the process. “We have had people express concerns over the length and language of the leader — they will have their first opportunity May IO — Krueger said he hoped trustees could find someone as much like Puller as possible. "I did ask her if she had a particular recommendation for us, but she did not,” Krueger said, adding the invitation to submit resumes was open to current GISI) employees and outsiders. While she did not have a specific replacement in mind, Fuller did say she hoped to be of assistance to trustees as they began their search. “I’ve fallen in love with this district,” she said. “I want to ballot, but we try to make educational information available,” he said. To shorten wait times on Election Day, Resendez has doubled the number of voting booths at each polling place. help make this transition as smooth as possible.” I ler greatest hope was that the new superintendent would value the district’s staff as much as she did. “Whoever comes in will be working with a quality staff. I hope they realize that,” she said. Fuller would not give any details about her future plans but did say she had several good offers on the table. “The plans are going well, but I don’t expect to leave immediately. I plan to be a haunt around the community, at least for a while,” she said. I Ie also encouraged people to bring either a voter registration card or photo identifi-cation with them to help speed up the process. Election Day is Saturday and the polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CYNTHIA MEYER MAXWELL Watch Batteries Installed $*95 ISH Tfrto Dratuttdg L tJutodftr 358 Un cia Suite J. 629-2"8l eimer*s Specialists” Assisted Living • Day Care • Respie Care Services Licensed and Certified for Alzheimer’s care. License#030347 195 Academy. New Braunfels 830-624-1044 Caregivers Day Out is every Tuesday from 9am - lpm Are you a caregiver? Need some help? ZUL Bedford Family Dentistry, P.A. Donald B. Bedford, D D.S. D. Brev Bedford, D D S. Cosmetic and Family Dentistry Evenings available by appointment 831 Landa Street, Suite D New Braunfels, TX 78130 (830)625-7757 Whitening Dental Implants Snore Therapy Call Us 40RS10N May 4,1953 -Dec. 3,2002 A daughter who brought sunshine To brighten your day. A daughter who brought joy through her loving ways. A daughter was a blessing that comes from above. A special and beautiful treasure to love. We miss your smiles, laughter, thoughtfulness and kindness. Your Mother and “Cindy’s Crew” 4 11 MAYOR Proven Leadership. Proven Results. Progress has begun... Let s not change directions now! I need YOUR VOTE to keep New Braunfels moving in the right direction. )/ More Jobs \/ More Police, Fire, & EMS \/ More Drainage & Street work ^ More Shopping opportunities \/ More Parks for us ALL to enjoy )/ More Control over Signage More RESULTS! With your help and my experience, we will accomplish MORE! Have question on the election? Call me at 830-237-4420 or City Hall at 608-21 OO ext 21 I Election Day - Saturday, May 7 Pd. Pol Adv Cork for Mayor Camp., Cathy Talcott. Treas . 193 W San Antonio St., NB, TX 78130 ;