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Daily Radiogram

May 24, 2018

Thursday, May 24, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 97 Thursday, May 24, 2018
Trash Pilot Program: Liberty City Council met Tuesday and voted to approve a pilot program proposed by the city’s solid waste pick up provider, L.T.’s Garbage Service. The program will introduce larger 96 gallon, two-wheel trash carts at selected areas of the city this summer. The program is to determine if Liberty residents like these larger trash receptacles. There is no additional cost to residents for allowing the program, and trash pick up in Liberty to still be twice a week. L.T.’s owner, Bill Killion, told council the carts provide additional safety to his employees, who in most cases will not be required to get off the garbage truck to pick up all the garbage cans at each stop. Mr. Killion said this is especially unsafe in areas of high motor vehicle traffic. The areas where the pilot cart program will be introduced are along FM 563 south of U. S. 90 and at the north Hwy 146 area near Stripes convenience store.
HLSR Scholarships: The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has awarded a total of $180,000 in scholarships to nine Liberty County high school seniors and $80,000 to four from Chambers County. Each will receive a Metropolitan, Opportunity or School Art scholarship of $20,000 spread over 4 years. Dayton seniors Audrey Brown and Scott Sudduth were selected. In Liberty, those $20,000 scholarships were awarded to Angelica Lopez and Evelyn Palafox. Then, from Tarkington, Madeline McDougald was named. Also awarded a four-year $20,000 scholarship were Jordan Cox of Cleveland plus William Lee IV of Hardin. Rounding out the selections are Hull-Daisetta seniors Karli Richardson and Matthew Smith. There are also four recipients from Chambers County, including Victoria Magana from Anahuac and Rebeka Daniel of East Chambers. From Barbers Hill, both Cody Hernandez and Jorja Johnson were selected.
Safe Sitter Camp: Liberty County Texas Agri-Life Extension Service will hold a Safe Sitter Camp on June 13 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the extension office, 501 Palmer in Liberty. The camp is for kids who are 10 to 15 years old. AgriLife Extension Agent Alexis Cordova said the Safe Sitter Camp also includes instruction in CPR. She said the camp is highly interactive and will also cover safety, behavior management, professionalism and more. Cost is $25, and space is limited. To reserve a spot in the Safe Sitter Camp or for more info, call 936-334-3230.
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge 7.29 ASL*


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