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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Wednesday, November 14, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 217 Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Freezing Temperatures: The National Weather Service is predicting even colder temperatures overnight tonight than last night. A Freeze Warning is in effect for most of Southeast Texas. Widespread freezing temperatures may develop for most of the area late tonight through early tomorrow morning. The weather service expects temperatures to remain at or below freezing for from 2 to 6 hours. Wind chill values could fall into the upper teens to 20 degree range. While a prolonged hard freeze is not expected to occur in our area, experts say to keep the four “Ps” in mind. That means taking precautions to protect people, pipes, pets and plants from the freezing temps.
TIRZ Appointment: During their Tuesday meeting, Liberty County Commissioners Court selected former Liberty County Judge Lloyd “Tookie” Kirkham of Tarkington to represent the county on the newly formed Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone or TIRZ board in Dayton. The TIRZ was created to finance infrastructure development at the Gulf Inland Logistics Park along Hwy 146 South in the city of Dayton. Of note, a TIRZ is not a separate taxing entity and cannot levy an additional tax. Whatever tax rate is in effect outside the reinvestment zone is the same inside that zone. The TIRZ encourages developers – commercial, industrial or residential - to pay for infrastructure improvements inside the zone. Then, a portion or increment of the tax collected within the zone by taxing entities can, over a period of years, be earmarked to reimburse that developer some portion of their cost for making the improvements.
Panther Fan Bus: The Liberty school district will take a fan bus to Friday night’s state playoff football game between the Panthers and the Center Roughriders. That bi-district contest kicks off at 7:30 p.m. in Woodville. Any Panther fan who wants to ride the fan bus should go to Liberty Memorial Stadium’s parking lot Friday afternoon. The bus will leave promptly at 5 p.m. There is no cost to ride the fan bus, but you will need money for game admission and any concessions. Admission at the gate Friday night will be $6 for adults and $4 for students.
Obituaries: Carrie Marie Gautreaux, 86, of Batson. Service is 1 p.m. today in Guedry Cemetery (F&F). Pete Lozano, 64, of Batson. Service at a later date (F&F).
*Lake Release: 48,200 CFS – Liberty Bridge 29.05 ASL*


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