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Daily Radiogram

Monday, January 28, 2019

Monday, January 28, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 18 Monday, January 28, 2019
Property Tax Deadline: Property owners have until close of business this Thursday, Jan. 31, to pay property taxes without penalty. Liberty County Tax Collector Ricky Brown said all 2018 property taxes not paid by that date will incur a 7 percent penalty. For those unable to pay the full amount due before Thursday’s deadline, Mr. Brown said even paying a portion of property taxes owed could save taxpayers a substantial amount of money. The main tax office is on the first floor - Travis Street side - of the Liberty County Courthouse. The Cleveland Annex is located at 304 Campbell Street while the County Annex in Dayton is on FM 1960. All three offices are open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and then from 1 till 4:30. Taxpayers can also make their property tax payment online. You can access the Liberty County tax office’s website from For more information, call the tax office at 936-336-4636.
Dayton Payment Kiosks: At last Tuesday’s meeting, Dayton City Council approved two automated payment kiosks. The kiosks will allow Dayton residents to pay utility bills and municipal court fines 24 hours a day. One kiosk will be installed outside Dayton City Hall on Cook Street. The other will go outside the Dayton Municipal Court at the Dayton Police and Fire Department facility on Hwy 321. Cost for installation of both payment kiosks is $25,000. Each will be set up to accept cash payments as well as check and credit payments.
Men’s Health Fair: Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center Administrator Matt Thornton said 106 men turned out Saturday for the annual free Men’s Health Fair. The hospital offered the men prostrate screening and other testing free of charge. Mr. Thornton said results for all 106 men who attended should be in the mail by either Wednesday or Thursday of this week. Area ladies are encouraged to mark their calendars for October 5 for a free health fair offering important tests for women.
Postal Rate Change: New U.S. Postal Service rates went into effect yesterday with the cost of mailing a one-ounce, first-class letter increasing by 10%. What’s called the Forever stamp now allows customers to mail a letter to anywhere in the U.S. for 55 cents. That is an increase of five cents per stamp. Forever stamps are good now and in the future, regardless of price changes.
*Lake Release: 35,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 27.4 ASL*


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