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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, February 22, 2019

Friday, February 22, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 34 Friday, February 22, 2019
Animal Seizure: More than a dozen cattle –described as malnourished to the point of starvation- were seized by the Liberty County Precinct #6 Constables Office and the SPCA Thursday morning. Precinct #6 Constable John Joslin said his office received a complaint of apparently starving cattle outside the city of Cleveland. After serving a seizure warrant Thursday morning on the cattle owner identified as Alonzo Herrera, Constable Joslin said his office assisted the Houston SPCA in removing 16 head of cattle from the property. Constable Joslin said some of the animals were too malnourished to stand up on the trailers after being loaded onto them. A third calf was found dead on the property. Alonzo Herrera has been ordered to appear in court on February 27th before Precinct #6 Justice of the Peace Ralph Fuller for a hearing on if the cattle may be returned to him. It was the second such complaint filed against Herrera.
Cleveland: The City of Cleveland has opted to cancel the city council election on May 4th. Only the three incumbents filed to run for those seats. They are Position #1 Council Member Carolyn McWaters, Position #2 Cleveland Council member Marilyn Clay and Cleveland Mayor Otis Cohn. The candidate filing period ended on Friday February 15th. With no contested races on the ballot, the city cancelled that election. For the first time in several years, the Cleveland ISD will have an election. There are also two places up for election on the Cleveland School Board on May 4th and both incumbents have opponents. The Position #1 Cleveland School Trustee Incumbent Ronnie Lewis is opposed by Willie Carter. The Position #2 Incumbent on the Cleveland School Board is Sharika Lewis – no relation to Ronnie. She is opposed for a new term by Amanda Brooks. Also as reported, Cleveland ISD voters will be asked to approve a $250 million bond issue at the polls on Saturday May 4th.
High Speed: Tuesday, Dayton City council voted to hire Magellan Advisors to perform a feasibility study on the possible installation of fiber cabling for high speed internet throughout the city. One important part of the study will be a recommendation on whether it is best for the city of Dayton to contract with a broad band provider or for the city to provide that service.
Obituaries: Cecil Lee Kachel, 78 of Liberty. Memorial service 3 p.m. Saturday at Allison Funeral Service.
*Lake Release: 11,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 16.62 ASL*



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