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Daily Radiogram

Monday, January 29, 2018

Monday, January 29, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 18 Monday, January 29, 2018
Sexual Harassment Allegation: A press release from the City of Dayton indicates city officials have launched an investigation into an employee complaint alleging sexual harassment and a hostile work environment there. The press release from City Attorney Brandon Davis said Dayton City Council takes these allegations seriously and has hired an outside law firm to investigate the claims and make recommendations regarding their findings. There is no further information available about what is being alleged or by whom. The press release from the City of Dayton said city officials value their employees and strive to maintain a safe and healthy work environment.
Tax Deadline: Property owners have until close of business this Wednesday to pay their 2017 property taxes without penalty. Liberty County Tax Collector Ricky Brown said property taxes can be paid in person, online or by mail. Here’s an important reminder for those whose homestead was impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Ricky Brown said you can pay in four installment payments without incurring penalty; however, he emphasizes the first payment is still due by this Wednesday’s deadline. For more information, call the tax office at 936-336-4633.
LFD Awards: The Liberty Fire Department held its annual awards banquet Saturday night, paying tribute to both the paid and volunteer firefighters who dedicate their time to serving others. The Paid Rookie of the Year and Paid Firefighter of the Year awards both went to Ashley Pate. Liberty Volunteer Rookie of the Year is Michael Eccleston while the Volunteer Firefighter of the Year honor goes to Delbert Manning. Liberty Fire Chief Brian Hurst said the department responded to an all-time high of 3,028 calls for service during 2017.
LISD Top Teachers: Liberty ISD has announced this school year’s Teacher of the Year recipients from each of the district’s four campuses. LISD Superintendent Dr. Cody Abshier said this is a huge, hard-earned and well-deserved honor. San Jacinto Elementary Teacher of the Year is Tina Box. Top educator at LES is Ginger Parker. Recognized from Liberty Middle School is Cara Connelly. Teacher of the Year at LHS is Christie Bean. The Liberty Masonic Lodge will further honor the Teacher of the Year recipients at their annual banquet.
*Lake Release: 4,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 8.28 ASL*


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