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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Thursday, December 07, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 233 Thursday, December 7, 2017
Dayton Growth: Anticipation of the S.H. 99 Grand Parkway route through Liberty County means growth, both residential and commercial, is on the rise in the city of Dayton. Officials there continue the work to keep pace with that expansion. Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon said the city’s economic development team continues to meet with area industries interested in locating there as well as international firms that see Dayton as an attractive location. He said the decision of foreign companies like Sumedin Wire and Roll Lift to choose Dayton as a location has sparked interest from other international industries.
Whataburger Back Open: The Whataburger restaurant on Highway 90 in Liberty reopened Tuesday afternoon with some familiar faces behind the counter. We reported fire destroyed the popular fast-food restaurant back on May 31. During the ensuing six months, Whataburger continued to pay employees who volunteered locally. Some chose to volunteer for places like Spirit of Sharing, the Liberty school district and the Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber. We are told about 15 employees who were working at Whataburger at the time of the May fire stuck with it and have now returned to work in the all new facility.
LHS Open House: The Liberty school district will hold a come-and-go, ribbon-cutting celebration for the bond issue improvements at Liberty High School on Monday, Dec. 18, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The community is invited to tour the facilities and have a bowl of gumbo. In May 2015, Liberty school district voters approved that $33.5 million bond deal for technology and infrastructure improvements. Trustees initially issued the first $23 million of that total to begin work. Then, in April of this year, the school board issued the remaining $9.59 million for phase-two work connected with the bond package.
Online Search: We report on a variety of scams designed to fool people into parting with their money, personnel information or both, but what about legitimate businesses who use unethical tactics. Liz Fredricks is president of the Better Business Bureau of Southeast Texas. She said the internet has led to a lot of different kinds of deceptive practices. She urges caution when doing a general search online. BBB recommends checking the URL of whatever site your search engine takes you to. To find out more, go to or call 409-835-5951.
*Lake Release: 1,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 6.88 ASL*


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