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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Wednesday, June 20, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 115 Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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Dayton Public Meeting: We’ve reported on the city of Dayton’s work to create what is called a Unified Development Code. This collection of guidelines for all forms of commercial and residential development projects will help to insure separation of certain types of development such as heavy industry and residential building. Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon said the city will hold an open house tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. in the Dayton Community Center to seek the public’s input on the many issues the Dayton Unified Development Code will address. It’s an informal discussion of the city’s land development regulations, including standards for signs, landscaping, subdivisions and more. Everyone is welcome.
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Dayton Annexation: Dayton City Council gave their approval Monday to annexation into the city of a total of about 525 acres separated into four locations. We’ve reported Dayton City Planner Kimberly Judge said the areas annexed are all located in what are called “targeted growth” areas. That annexation includes 39.24 acres on the west end of Highway 90 as well as another 85.7 acres southwest of FM 686 and State Highway 321. The city of Dayton also annexed approximately 166 acres on the west end of U.S. 90. The fourth area annexed by Dayton City Council is 239.3 acres west of State Highway 146 on FM 1413.
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Flags across Liberty: It has become a familiar but still welcome sight in the city of Liberty. That’s all the United States flags waving in the breeze on patriotic holidays. The Liberty Lions Club’s “Flags across Liberty” program has been going strong since 1996. The number of flags on display has grown from a few dozen to currently more than 1,300 flags throughout the city. The cost to subscribe to the Liberty Lions Club flag program is $35 per year. The Lions will post the 3 by 5 foot flags in front of homes or businesses. After the holiday, the flag will be removed and stored. This is done each year on Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Independence Day and on September 11. To sign up for the Liberty Lions Club Flag Program, see any Liberty Lions Club member or call David Leonard at 336-8841.
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Obituaries: Loy Lee Spears, 81, of Dayton. Service 2 p.m. Thursday in First United Methodist of Dayton (PSFH-Dayton).
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*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge 6.87 ASL*
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