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Daily Radiogram

Friday, August 3, 2018

Friday, August 03, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 145 Friday, August 3, 2018
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Candidate Alleges Favoritism: There are two candidates in the November General Election for the position of Liberty County Clerk - Republican Lee Chambers and Democrat Joe Robertson. Now, one of those has filed a complaint with the state commission on judicial conduct alleging favoritism. Joe Robertson said there were at least two instances where candidate Chambers was invited to attend meetings that discussed what computer software the county may go to for the county clerks’ office. In each of those instances, Mr. Robertson claims he was not invited nor notified. The Democrat candidate said he called the office of 75th District Judge Mark Moorefield trying to get an explanation but has not received a return call.
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Liberty Seeks Property: At their meeting Tuesday, Liberty City Council voted to move forward with plans to buy some land on the State Highway 146 Bypass to be used as the site of a third water well. We’ve reported the city’s experts say there is a strong possibility that there is water at 1,700 feet on land adjacent to the Stripes convenience store on Highway 146 at the bypass. On Tuesday, Liberty City Council approved a plan to buy four acres plus an easement of 80 feet from the tract’s owner, the Royal Bank of Canada. Negotiations are expected to continue, depending on whether or not the bank agrees to the deal being offered.
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Dayton Development: With most of the talk about population growth coming to the Dayton area centering on when the Grand Parkway - SH 99 - will make its way through South Liberty County, some preliminary signs of that growth are already taking shape. Dayton City Planning Director Kimberly Judge said her office has issued a number of new subdivision permits to developers who are not waiting for the Grand Parkway to begin building homes. She said the first section of the large River Ranch Subdivision will include 1,300 new homes. That is just the first section. River Ranch is planning 15 sections total. The subdivision is located off of State Highway 146, just south of FM 1413. Part of the development is in the Dayton city limits with the remainder in its extra territorial jurisdiction.
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Obituaries: Bobby Lee Brockman, 52, of Dayton. Service is Saturday at 11 a.m. in Pace-Stancil Funeral Home.
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*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge 6.87 ASL*
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