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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Tuesday, September 04, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 167 Tuesday, September 4, 2018
Warner’s Priorities: We reported Liberty City Council voted last week to promote the city’s longtime public works director, Tom Warner, to the position of city manager. He served as public works director for six years. When asked what his top priorities will be in his new post, Mr. Warner said infrastructure is always a top priority. He said currently the city of Liberty has numerous projects - electrical, wastewater and drainage - underway with many others in the planning stages. Still ahead for the city is the planned new water well, pumps and storage, and a program of repaving some of the city’s long neglected streets. Sewer work still needs to be done under many of the more poorly maintained streets before permanent street repairs.
Golf Tourney: The American Legion Dayton Post 512 is looking for golfers and sponsors for its Patriot Day Golf Tournament fundraiser this Saturday at Liberty Municipal Golf Course. Registration for the four-person scramble starts at 8 a.m. Saturday with play set to begin at 9. Cost is $100 a person. Hole sponsorships are also available with levels ranging from $100 to $1,000. Proceeds will support local American Legion efforts as well as the Legion’s national outreach called Operation Comfort Warriors. For more information or to signup, call Lee Kriegar at 936- 776-1161 or Jerry Killion at 936-402-0741.
Texas Gatorfest: The always popular Texas Gatorfest in Fort Anahuac Park is set for Friday, September 14, through Sunday, September 16. However, the pre-festival kickoff weekend is this weekend – Friday and Saturday, September 7 and 8. Kickoff weekend activities at Fort Anahuac Park feature a barbecue contest, a pageant, washer and horseshoe pitching tournaments, plus live music. Last year’s Gatorfest festivities were canceled because of Hurricane Harvey, so festival organizers are excited about this year’s festivities. The 2018 Texas Gatorfest on September 14-16 includes the nationally famous Texas Alligator Roundup. As always, there will be carnival rides, food and merchandise vendors, airboat rides, and lots of live entertainment. For more info, go online to
Obituaries: Wesley Lorne Moot, 71, of Kingwood, formerly of Liberty. Service is 2:15 p.m. Friday at Houston National Cemetery (Darst Funeral Home).
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge 7.02 ASL*


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