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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Thursday, February 08, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 26 Thursday, February 8, 2018
Rendition Form: Liberty County Central Appraisal District officials are reminding property owners to render their taxable property by the new deadline of April 1 or file an extension to avoid costly penalties. Those rendition forms have been mailed to local property owners along with instructions. To render is to list the taxable inventory, furniture, fixtures, machinery, equipment and other property that a business owned or managed as a January 1, 2018. This information is used to set property values. An important note – those whose property was damaged by Hurricane Harvey or experienced something like a fire last year should file a special decreased value report that could lower their final tax obligation for this year. Property owners also have until the state imposed deadline of April 1 to file that decreased value report, which also indicates the property’s value as of January 1 of this year. Those who are not ready to file their rendition or decreased value report can file, by April 1, a request for an automatic extension until May 1. For more information, call the appraisal district at 936-336-5722 or go to their website – access that from under the government tab.
Pipeline Test: Shell Pipeline Company has scheduled a routine hydrostatic or pressure test of the Zydeco Pipeline that runs from Houston through Liberty County to Louisiana. That pressure testing is set to begin tomorrow and continue through the end of February. The pipeline runs east to west through far southern Liberty County. Company officials said there should be no negative impacts during this pressure test; however, anyone with questions or concerns can call the Shell Pipeline control center toll-free at 1-800-922-3459.
Gift for H-D ISD: Wednesday morning Liberty First United Methodist Church Pastor Josh Hale and Liberty County EMS Director Mike Koen presented a check for $8,000 to Hull Daisetta school officials. The money is to help offset the out-of-pocket costs of holding elementary classes for the Hull Daisetta ISD this year. The district’s elementary campus suffered too much damage from Hurricane Harvey flooding to be used. Hull-Daisetta elementary classes are being held in the old Hardin Elementary building. The money is part of a gift from the folks in Hobbs, New Mexico sent to Liberty County not long after Harvey’s flood waters receded.
*Lake Release: 2,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 6.93 ASL*


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