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Daily Radiogram

Monday, July 9, 2018

Monday, July 09, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 127 Monday, July 9, 2018
Dayton Development: We have reported on the city of Dayton’s effort to create what is called a Unified Development Code. The code would regulate all forms of commercial and residential development projects in the city. Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon said having the new development code in place will allow control over new construction in the growing city without having to resort to what he called “old school zoning”. Dayton Community Development Corporation Director Courtland Holman said the code protects homeowners as well as retail businesses and industrial companies from non-conforming uses being located next to one another. Mr. Melancon said the city needs the flexibility in managing the coming residential, retail and industrial growth offered by a Unified Development Code.
CISD Growth: It’s no secret that the Cleveland school district has seen an explosion of growth in recent years. We’ve reported on the increase in homes and population in around the city of Cleveland as well as the corresponding rise in student numbers for the Cleveland school district. At the beginning of last school year, the Cleveland school district had outgrown Dayton ISD to become the largest district in Liberty County. Cleveland ISD Superintendent Dr. Darrell Myers said his district has seen an increase of 2,000 students during the past four years. He expects another 500 to 800 students for the 2018-19 school year. That would put Cleveland ISD student enrollment near 6,500.
Chamber 500 Tickets: Tickets are on sale now for the 29th Annual Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce 500 Drawing, Auction and Steak Dinner. The popular annual event is set for Friday, August 10, starting at 6 p.m. in the Dayton Community Center. Tickets are $100 each for a delicious steak dinner; it includes a chance to win one of this year’s 15 valuable prizes in the reverse drawing. Top prize for the 500th ticket drawn is $5,000 in Gold Eagle coins. For tickets or information, call the Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber at 936-336-5736.
BBB: Among the many free consumer services offered on the Better Business Bureau website is one called the Scam Tracker. This service provides easy to access information on the latest and most frequent scams being reported in specific areas. Learn more at That can be accessed from
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