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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Thursday, May 11, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 88 Thursday, May 11, 2017
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City Council: On Tuesday, the Liberty City Council met and voted on appointments to the Liberty Community Development Corporation Board. Due to an internal error, LCDC member Mike McCarty’s name was incorrectly placed on the list of members with expiring terms. Based on that, city council voted to fill four LCDC positions. After the meeting the mistake was discovered. City council plans to call a special meeting next week to rescind the new LCDC appointments and vote on new appointments for the three member positions that are expiring.
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Property Appraisal: The official deadline for most property owners to file a written notice of protest of their appraised values is coming up on Wednesday, May 31. That can be done in person, by mail or on the Central Appraisal District’s website, which can be accessed under the government tab at www.kshn.com. The Liberty office is in the 2000 block of Sam Houston Street across from KSHN radio. It is open Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 to noon.
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Dayton FFA: The 68th Annual Dayton FFA Livestock Show and Rodeo is Thursday May 18th through Saturday May 20th at the Anson Rigby Memorial Arena on Hwy 321 in Dayton. Livestock judging in the arena starts Thursday the 18th and continues Friday the 19th and Saturday the 20th. To find out more call the Dayton High School Ag Department at 936-258-2510, Ext. 9. or at the Dayton ISD web site. Link there from kshn.com.
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Death Penalty: Each time the Texas Legislature meets, bills are filed that would abolish or at least curtail in some way, the death penalty in the Lone Star State. Liberty County District Attorney Logan Pickett said this session is no different but doubts the death penalty will be done away with any time soon, especially since fewer and fewer death penalty cases have been tried in Texas in recent years. DA Logan Pickett said there are several reasons for that but probably the biggest is the introduction of a sentence of life without the possibility of parole in capital cases.
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Obituaries: Stanley John Broomas, 61 of Liberty. Service Saturday 10 a.m. at Allison Funeral Service in Liberty. Blanche Marie Bakle, 61 of Katy. Service Saturday 2 p.m. Allison Funeral Service in Liberty.
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*Lake Release: 2,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 10.21 ASL*
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