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Friday, June 23, 2017

Friday, June 23, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 117 Friday, June 23, 2017
Moratorium: On Monday, Liberty County Commissioners approved placing a 60 day moratorium or hold on accepting new development plats in the county. Liberty County Judge Jay Knight said that means Liberty County’s acceptance of plats from developers has stopped and will not resume until a full sixty days from Monday June 19th. Judge Knight said with the huge increase in both residential and commercial development expected here, county commissioners felt it is a good time to introduce a new, updated book of development rules and restrictions for developers to follow.
Senator Nichols: Texas Monthly magazine has published its biennial list of Best and Worst State Legislators. For the recently ended 85th Texas Legislative Session, the best list includes State Senator Robert Nichols of Jacksonville. His Senate District 3 covers much of East Texas, including all of Liberty County. In the Texas Senate, Robert Nichols is President Pro Tem and serves as chairman for the Transportation Committee. He also serves on the Senate Finance, Natural Resources and Economic Development and Sunset Advisory committees, among others. The Texas Monthly article states that, in a legislative session dominated by talk of bathrooms and immigrants, it was easy to overlook a bill on overweight trucks that Robert Nichols passed.
Gun Show: The 7th Annual Dayton Gun Show is this weekend Saturday and Sunday at the Dayton Community Center 801 South Cleveland Street in Dayton. Once again this year, the event features a variety of vendors displaying guns, ammunition, gun related-items, even knives, collectible coins and more. The gun show benefits both the Dayton Volunteer Fire Department and the Dayton Senior Center.
CASA: Court Appointed Special Advocates or CASA of Liberty and Chambers Counties will hold one its biggest annual fund-raisers next Thursday, June 29. It starts at 6:30 p.m. in the Liberty Center at City Hall. Local CASA Executive Director Debbie Dugger said this year’s event – called CASA’s Got Talent – promises to be very entertaining. Tickets are $50. Organizers say, thanks to generous sponsors, the full price of each ticket goes to support CASA and its services. For tickets or more information, call the CASA office at 936-334-9000.
*Lake Release: 4,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 7.78 ASL*


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