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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Wednesday, July 11, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 129 Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Injury Accident: A 19-year-old Rye woman, who worked at a local fast-food restaurant, was airlifted to Memorial Hermann Hospital Tuesday morning following an accident involving an 18-wheel, tractor-trailer rig and a passenger vehicle. Liberty Police Lt. Chip Fairchild said a small SUV was southbound on S.H. 146 when it crossed into the northbound lane, striking the rear trailer axle of the truck. That occurred in front of North Main Baptist Church. Police say the woman was not wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from her vehicle. The roadway was closed for about 45 minutes. At the time of this report, police had not released the woman’s name.
New Pipeline Coming: A new natural gas pipeline will soon be coming through Liberty County. During yesterday’s regular meeting, Liberty County commissioners approved a permit for Grand Prix Pipeline. That is a project of Targa Resources. Clayton Nichols is with Coates Field Services. He is serving as the permitting specialist on the project. Mr. Nichols tells KSHN the pipeline originates in West Texas and includes about 25 to 30 miles here in Liberty County. It will run from Cleveland down to Mont Belvieu, parallel to State Highways 321 and 146. Work is set to begin July 19. Commissioners required the company to secure a $1 million bond to protect against any damage to county property, roads and culverts that might be caused by the construction or the company’s heavy vehicles.
Grand Parkway: Much has been discussed about the massive flow of new vehicle traffic the Grand Parkway – SH 99 is bringing through South Liberty County. Less discussed is the impact on local property owners who – due to past experience - tend to be wary of Big Ticket projects. In the past, TxDOT has been somewhat notorious about dividing highway property in such a way that the land owner has no access to some parts of their own property. Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon said, according to information TxDOT has made public about the Grand Parkway project, so far there are indications that many access roads both to and around SH-99 will remain intact.
Obituaries: Luther Lynn Hancock Sr., 71, of Livingston. Cremation is under direction of Faith & Family. Vivian Earl “V.E.” Burney, 88, of Liberty. Service is 11 a.m. Thursday at Oakdale Cemetery of Daisetta (PSFH).
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge 7.72 ASL*


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