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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Thursday, December 13, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 236 Thursday, December 13, 2018
Liberty Council: Liberty City Council will call a Special Election for May to fill the seat left vacant on council upon the resignation of Paul Glazener. We reported 10 people had filed an application for that position. However, after meeting in an executive session for an hour Tuesday night, Liberty City Council opted not to appoint any of the applicants. Instead, Liberty Mayor Carl Pickett encouraged those who filed an application to run for the open seat in May.
ACA Enrollment Ends Sat.: The open enrollment period to purchase health insurance as provided for under the Affordable Care Act continues through this Saturday. Best known as “Obama Care”, the ACA offers uninsured or underinsured Americans the ability to enroll in health care coverage or to renew a plan they may already have. The Chambers Health System offers no cost information and help in finding the health insurance best suited to an individual’s health care needs and budget. For information, call Bayside Community Hospital in Anahuac at 409-267-4126, ext. 4224, or West Chambers Medical Center in Mont Belvieu at 281-576-0670, ext. 5245.
Online Shopping Advice: Especially during the holiday season, online shopping requires consumers to be wary. Liz Fredrichs is president of the Better Business Bureau of Southeast Texas. She said there are a lot more bogus shopping sites this time of year and the fakes ones are getting a lot harder to spot. Always check on a website’s reputation with the Better Business Bureau before buying. You can link to the BBB website from Of course, it’s always best to shop locally with businesses located near home. Most of those local businesses also have websites for convenient online purchases.
Traffic Study: Liberty County Commissioners Court approved spending $20,000 on a countywide traffic study during Tuesday’s regular meeting. The traffic study will be conducted by the Houston-Galveston Area Council of Governments at a total cost of $500,000. However, there is a $50,000 match. Liberty County Grant Administrator David Douglas said the county will pay $20,000 of that while the economic development corporations in Liberty, Dayton and Cleveland will pay $10,000 each. Liberty County Judge Jay Knight said the traffic study will help the county better coordinate with HGAC and TxDOT.
*Lake Release: 54,300 CFS – Liberty Bridge 29.38 ASL*


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