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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 226 Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Rollback Petition: Some citizens of the city of Dayton are collecting signatures for a petition calling for a tax rollback election. Texas Tax Code allows for such an election to be held if the taxing entity adopts an ad valorem tax rate higher than what is called the rollback tax rate. In this case, the City of Dayton adopted a property tax rate of 67 cents per $100 of assessed property value for the new fiscal year. The rollback rate is 65.5 cents. Dayton City Attorney Brandon Davis said a valid rollback election in this case requires signatures from 10 percent of the registered voters in Dayton. A valid petition must be turned into the City of Dayton by December 17. Then, council has 20 days to either approve or reject the petition. Registered Dayton voters can sign the tax rollback petition at the Dayton Barber Shop, Texas Country Kitchen and Smith’s Hair Fair.
Online Shopping Warning: The FBI reminds consumers to look out for scams designed to steal your money and personal information, especially while shopping online. Make sure a website is secure and reputable before providing your credit card number online. Be sure to secure your banking and credit accounts with strong and different passwords. That also applies to all your other accounts containing your private, personal information. It’s also a good idea to check your credit card and bank statements regularly to make sure there are no fraudulent charges. If you suspect you’ve been victimized, contact your financial institution immediately. Request that your bank reach out to the financial institution where the fraudulent transfer was sent. It’s also important to contact law enforcement. Then, file a complaint with the FBI at, regardless of amount.
Signs of Drugs: Liberty police are offering tips for recognizing possible drug activity. Signs that in combination may indicate drug activity include numerous short visits to the suspect location by people in vehicles, on bicycles or on foot. It’s clear that money or small packages are exchanged. The suspected dealer approaches parked vehicles, pedestrians or bicyclists and engages in brief conversations. Cars frequently drive by slowly. It’s not proof positive of drug activity, but if you notice any of the signs, contact your local law enforcement agency.
Obituaries: Ida Clark Fowler, 82, formerly of Dayton. Service is 10 a.m. today in Grace Community Baptist Church of Dayton.
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge 7.27 ASL*


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