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Thursday, July 6, 1017

Thursday, July 06, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 125 Thursday, July 6, 2017
Dayton Utility District: Dayton City Council held a short meeting Monday and approved creation of a city utility district. Dayton Mayor Jeff Lambright said the city’s engineering firm, Strand Associates, will draft and submit what is called a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity or CCN to the Texas Public Utilities Commission for approval. Mayor Lambright explained the requested utility district would not be a taxing entity, but it will establish the city as the preferred provider of services, such as water, to any new residential developments within the city limits. He said, as it now stands without that change, the city could actually find itself in competition with outside interests to supply water service to new developments.
Appraisal District: Back in 1979, the 66th Legislature required the establishment of appraisal districts statewide to reduce duplication of effort and provide equal and uniform property values. An appraisal district's primary responsibilities include the discovery, listing and appraisal of all taxable property in that county. Lana McCarty is the Liberty County Central Appraisal District’s chief appraiser. In addition to the district’s 32 employees, the C.A.D. utilizes three different boards. The central appraisal district’s board of directors is appointed by the different taxing entities in the county. Members of the CAD board of directors are Chairman Larry Wadzeck, Vice Chair Bob Edwards, Bobby Ray Coats, Billy Yarbrough, John Hebert Jr. plus advisory member Liberty County Tax Assessor/Collector Richard Brown. To learn more about the Liberty County C.A.D., visit their website. You can access that from
Splash Pad: We reported several months ago that Liberty City Council gave the go-ahead to renovate and expand the popular splash pad water attraction at Liberty Municipal Park. Liberty City Manager Gary Broz said the splash pad gets a lot of use when open during the summer months. Mr. Broz said many of the fixtures and nozzles had begun to deteriorate and needed to be replaced. He said that work is mostly done and the splash pad is now open for the summer. The cost of expanding and renovating the city park splash pad is around $300,000.
Obituaries: Doranely Rojas, 21, of Dayton. Service is 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church (PSFH).
*Lake Release: 6,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 11.37 ASL*


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