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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Wednesday, July 12, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 129 Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Commissioners: On Tuesday, Liberty County Commissioners approved sharing 60% of taxes collected on new developments in what’s known as the newly created reinvestment zone no. 1 in Cleveland. That investment zone, approved by commissioners a few weeks ago, allows for both the City of Cleveland and the county to contribute to the developer any property taxes collected to assist in the continued development. Liberty County Commissioner Precinct 4 Leon Wilson explained, when an improvement is made to the development that creates a taxable property, the county and city will then return 60% of the collected funds to that developer for continued improvements.
Daisetta Water: Water service in Daisetta has been restored following a water leak repair on Monday. However, it is important to note that Daisetta residents are urged to boil water for human consumption through Thursday, or until state lab test results are complete on the safety of the city water in Daisetta.
****************************************************Chamber 500: Ticket sales are continuing for the Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce’s 28th Annual Steak Dinner and 500 Auction. It’s Friday, July 28, starting at 6 p.m. in the Dayton Community Center. Tickets are $100. That includes a steak dinner plus a chance in the 500 Drawing with this year’s top prize $5,000 in gold. This year, the number of valuable prizes in the popular 500 Auction has increased from 12 to 15. Get your ticket from any Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber board member. You can also call the Chamber office in Dayton at 936-257-8926 or in Liberty at 336-5736.
****************************************************Social Security: Once Social Security benefit amounts have been calculated, that amount tends not to change. The Social Security Administration may or may not add a cost of living increase each year, but that tends to be it. However, Andy Hardwick of the Houston Social Security office said there is a way that a person’s retirement benefit amount may be increased. That can happen when a subject continues to work past retirement age. Depending on their work history, Social Security may recalculate benefits based on that post retirement income. You can link safely to the official Social Security website from You can also call the Beaumont Office at 866-613-2864 or the nationwide number at 800-772-1213.
*Lake Release: 9,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 13.53 ASL*


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