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Daily Radiogram

Friday July 12, 2013

Friday, July 12, 2013 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 28, No. 133 Friday July 12, 2013


DaytonAnimal Ordinance: Monday night, Dayton City Council agreed to review and possibly make changes to the city’s current animal control ordinance. Dayton resident Justin Coward asked the city to change the policy from requiring rabies vaccinations every year, to every three years. Dayton Police Sgt. Doug O’Quinn said there is a rabies vaccination good for three years without renewal. Council took no action, but agreed city staff should review and update the entire animal control ordinance for council’s consideration at a future meeting.


Mammograms: For quite some time, the Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center has offered a mammogram service each month. These events are by appointment, but are also designed to help low income, uninsured or under insured women with the basic life saving mammogram service. Amanda Thornton, director of radiology said for the next couple of months all the available slots are full, however, it's not too early to sign up for September and beyond. The dates for upcoming clinics are September 3, October 11, November 12 and December 10. To make a reservation call the Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center at (936) 336 7316 extension 189.


Knight Running for Judge: In what may be the first political announcement of the 2014 election season, Daytonbusinessman 57-year-old Jay Knight has announced he will be a candidate for Liberty County Judge next year. The lifelong Daytonresident made the announcement at last Tuesday’s quarterly meeting of the Liberty County Republican party.


Unclaimed Property: TexasComptroller Susan Combs reports there is some $3 billion in unclaimed money and property being held by the state. If you may have any unclaimed property, do a search by name on the comptroller’s website. Go to www.kshn.comand click on the government tab under local information. Once there, click on the “Claim it Texas” link.


Pole Work: The Liberty Electric Department will be doing work Saturday resulting in a small portion of downtown being without power. Randy Wiggins electric department superintendent said the shut down is expected to begin Saturday morning at 8 a.m. and should be back in operation by 2 p.m. Saturday.


*LakeRelease: 1,250 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.64 ASL



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