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Daily Radiogram

Monday, December 10, 2018

Monday, December 10, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 233 Monday, December 10, 2018
Liberty Council Seat: Liberty City Council is scheduled to meet tomorrow at 6 p.m. to discuss selecting someone to fill a city council seat left vacant by the recent resignation of Paul Glazener. Liberty City Secretary Dianne Tidwell said the city received 10 applications from individuals who want to serve on city council. Those 10 applicants are Emily Cook, William Neal Thornton, Greg Sattler, Dale Clawson, Patricia Marie Terrell, Harvey Joiner Jr., Natasha Paintsill, Jennifer Jo Regen, Ed Seymour and Sherron Johnson Prescott. The vacant council position term runs from now until May 2020. It is not known if Liberty City Council will make a decision on selecting a new member of council at tomorrow’s meeting, but it is expected to be one of several agenda items for council consideration.
Public Meetings: The Texas General Land Office and the United States Army Corps of Engineers are holding a series of public meetings to solicit input on a coastal protection and feasibility study for the Galveston Bay complex and the Texas coast. The storm surge protection plan calls for constructing surge gates to reduce coastal storm damage risks to the Houston Ship Channel as well as levees along Bolivar Peninsula and Galveston Island. You can see a copy of the report at There is a public meeting tomorrow from 5:30 to 9 p.m. in the Winnie Community Building, 335 South Park Street in Winnie. Another public meeting will be held Saturday from 1 to 4:30 p.m. at Crenshaw Elementary and Middle School, 416 State Highway 87 in Crystal Beach. You can also email comments to
FLNB Expanding: Liberty County’s oldest banking institution is expanding again. On December 20, First Liberty National Bank will break ground on the new location going up in nearby China in neighboring Jefferson County. First Liberty National Bank President and CEO Kelly Stretcher said it is an exciting time for the bank. First Liberty National Bank was founded in Liberty in 1913 as Liberty State Bank. The name became First Liberty National in 1925. Then, in 1998, the bank opened a second location, this time in Dayton. In recent years, banking locations have been added in Hardin and Huffman. Later this month, First Liberty National Bank will break ground on its fifth full-service banking center in nearby China.
*Lake Release: 64,700 CFS – Liberty Bridge 27.69 ASL*


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