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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Tuesday, February 19, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 32 Tuesday, February 19, 2019
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Body Found: As has been widely reported Jennifer Scott-Perkins has been missing from her Houston home since January 2nd. She has not been seen nor heard from since her cell phone had last been “pinged” just west of Rye around dark on that day. Late Sunday afternoon a vehicle containing human remains was recovered from the Trinity River at the Hwy. 787 bridge in North Liberty County. No positive identification can be made pending the results of an autopsy which was ordered by Justice of the Peace Pct. 5 Judge Wade Brown. He conducted the inquest. In spite of the lack of a positive identification, law enforcement officials believe it was the missing Jennifer Perkins of Houston found in the submerged vehicle late Sunday. The car was pulled from the Trinity River at the FM 787 bridge.
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Incentives: Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon said one of those businesses that did not require incentives is the new Auto Zone nearing completion at U. S. 90 and S.H. 321. No Dayton Community Development Corporation grants or other financial incentives were needed since Auto Zone already knew the local auto parts market could support their Dayton store. Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon said he fully expects there will come a point in the near future when even more prospective businesses will need little or no financial incentives to locate in Dayton.
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Bolivar Peninsula: About 150 residents and government officials from Chambers and Galveston Counties met for a town hall meeting on Saturday February 9th to talk about could, and should, Chambers County absorb the Bolivar Peninsula area of Galveston County? Chambers County Judge Jimmy Sylvia said at this point, in order to redraw the county boundaries it would take two petitions- one signed by at least 50 registered Chambers County voters and one signed by an equal number of Galveston County voters in order to bring the question to voters. If it should come to a vote, we are told it must pass in both counties to become law. So it would still be long road. County Judge Jimmy Sylvia said he would never support the plan unless it was beneficial to the people living in Chambers County now.
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Obituaries: Carole Elaine Potts Selph, 78, of Dayton. Visitation only will be today 5-7 p.m. Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.
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*Lake Release: 11,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 14.37ASL*
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