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Daily Radiogram

Monday, Feburary 12, 2018

Monday, February 12, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 28 Monday, February 12, 2018
Liberty Fire: A Saturday morning fire caused heavy damage to parts of a combination home and business at 2628 Webster. The business, Burnett’s Answering Service, assists about 35 local businesses with their answering service needs. Liberty Fire Captain Eric McDaniel said everyone got out safely and no injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is believed to be electrical. After the blaze, Mike Love of Burnett’s Answering Service said they brought in a power generator to get the business fully operational by late Saturday.
Dayton Public Meetings: Dayton City Council held the first of two public meetings Friday to discuss the city’s 2018 Fiscal Year Budget and tax rate. About 10 members of the public were there along with members of Dayton City Council and staff. It was a roughly hour long presentation on the reasons why Dayton Council adopted a tax rate of 67 cents per $100 of property value to fund this fiscal year’s budget. We have reported Dayton City Council is required to hold a Tax Roll Back Election on May 5 so citizens can decide if the city’s property tax rate should be lowered from the adopted rate of 67 cents per $100 of property value down to the rollback rate of 65.5 cents per $100 of value. The second such public meeting is this Thursday at 6 p.m. in the Dayton Community Center, 801 South Cleveland Street.
Warrant Roundup: The 2018 Great Texas Warrant Roundup begins on Saturday, February 24. Once again this year, law enforcement agencies and courts statewide - including here in Liberty County – will be stepping up efforts to actively serve warrants for various charges. The roundup is intended to target thousands of defendants with outstanding arrest warrants for unpaid citations. Under Texas law, individuals who appear before a court and make a good faith effort to resolve their outstanding Class C warrants are not subject to arrest. Also, those who are unable to pay can request a judge assess their ability to pay and offer alternative means of satisfying the judgment. All those with warrants are encouraged to call the court that issued the warrants to resolve their cases voluntarily before they are compelled to appear by being arrested.
Obituaries: Pamela Presley, 55, of Beaumont. Service is 2 p.m. today at F&F. Emma Jean Starry, 71, Cremation F&F.
*Lake Release: 7,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 11.09 ASL*


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