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Page 4A Hays Free Press January 27, 2016 PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III A tow truck worker climbs atop a garbage truck that rolled over onto its side at the intersection of the northbound Interstate 35 access road and the Center Street bridge. Parts of the inter- section were closed for several hours Tuesday as officials worked to clear the reliever accident involving a garbage truck. According to the Kyle Police Department, officers were dispatched at around 11:33 a.m. The vehicle tipping over when it attempted to turn. No one was injured in the accident. Truck Stop Denied Continued from pg. 1A The request drew vast opposition as over 20 peo- ple, many from the Blanco Vista subdivision, spoke against PGI's plan. Comments centered on safety concerns over increased crime, as well as drug and prostitution issues. One resident with envi- ronmental concerns said devastating the nearby E1 Camino Real trail due to the truck stop "is an insult to this state." Others feared 18-wheel- er traffic would conflict with residential traffic. Several residents spoke about the negative image it could bring to Kyle. "I don't think this is what we really want," Kyle Fire Department Chief Kyle Taylor said. "We can do better." Commission member Dex Ellison said truck stops are necessary; but voted no as the property "is not the right place for a truck stop." Commission member Irene Melendez said adhering to what is allowed for the propeYt, such as R/S zoning, was important. Rubsam favored the rezoning to allow con- struction manufacturing and the ensuing employ- ment district in the area. Rubsam believed the area willbe zoned warehouse anyway and he "didn't see a reason to postpone it." Commission member Timothy Kay said ware- house zoning "is not at- tractive or welcoming to our city," and listed alter- natives for the area. His motivating reason against it was the over- whelming dissent. "One person spoke in favor, the applicant. Twenty-five spoke against it and probably 90 to 100 people applauded it," Kay said. "I have to vote no." YOUTH SOCCER REGISTRATION Opens Jan, 25 Ages 4 & Up Visit AustinYMCA.ora for details Continued from pg. 1A "The notion that there didn't rise to the level of a was any impropriety in criminal offense and was how it was handled, or dropped. that there are any remain- "It was a normal case, ing issues, is simply false," except it was more con- ing was acrimonious, as Cutler said. cerning because it did in- Cutler charged that Ratliff His response came volve an employee," Tibbe had been involved in a after Tommy Ratliff, who said. "It wasn't ignored." domestic violence case is running against Cutler Political insiders from against his former wife. in the Mmch primary, both sides are talking up In turn, Ratliff accused alleged a conspiracy and the case. 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