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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Thursday, February 22, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 35 Thursday, February 22, 2018
Dayton Subdivision Fees: Dayton City Council met Tuesday and approved some changes to the city’s fee schedule regarding subdivisions. Dayton City Planner Kimberly Judge told council members the city’s fees for filing development plats have not been updated since 2007. Basically, Dayton has been charging a flat rate of $250 for subdivision plats, both for preliminary and final plats. Also, the city only charges $50 for an amended plat. The Dayton city planner told council the city was losing money and recommended an increase to the city’s subdivision fees. Dayton council members agreed and approved raising the fee for filing residential subdivision plats from $250 to $350 plus $3 per unit. For commercial development in Dayton, the cost to developers goes from $250 to $350 plus $10 per acre. The cost of amending plats is raised from $50 to $150.
LISD: Liberty Independent School District trustees approved the 2017-18 school year calendar during Tuesday night’s monthly meeting. The first day of classes for Liberty school district students for next school year will be Thursday, August 16, with the final day of classes set for May 24, 2019. Liberty students’ Christmas vacation will be December 21 through January 7. Also Tuesday night, Liberty school trustees held an executive session, part of which included the annual evaluation of Superintendent Dr. Cody Abshier. Following the closed-door session, trustees voted unanimously to extend Dr. Abshier’s contract by one year through January 2021.
Trinity Valley Relays: The 67th Annual Trinity Valley Relays are tomorrow at Liberty High School. LISD Athletic Director Chad Taylor said, besides host Liberty High School, there are 13 other schools participating in the relays. In all, 493 athletes are signed up to participate. The field events start about 3 p.m. tomorrow at the competition track behind Liberty High School. They still need volunteers to insure the meet runs smoothly and efficiently. Anyone interested in volunteering is asked to call Coach Taylor at 936-336-6483, ext 5241.
Obituaries: Shaddie Mae Warren, 100, of Liberty. Service is 11 a.m. Saturday at Turkey Creek Baptist Church (Proctor’s). Beverly Ray McCarty, 68, of Arlington, formerly of Liberty. Private family service (Skyvue FH in Mansfield).
*Lake Release: 7,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 7.93 ASL*


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