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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, April 2. 2019

Tuesday, April 02, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 62 Tuesday, April 2, 2019
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Liberty Sewer Update: We’ve reported on the millions of dollars in renovations to the city of Liberty’s sanitary sewer system currently under way. Liberty City Manager Tom Warner said one of the most visible projects is the work to replace sanitary sewer lines on the south side of U.S. 90. The sewer line to be replaced there is too deep for traditional methods, so crews are doing what is called micro-tunneling. That technique uses a remote controlled boring device to create small underground tunnels that give access to the pipes that need replacement. The process is time consuming, especially when the Trinity River is high. In all, the city is spending around $5.3 million dollars on sanitary sewer system upgrades with another $6 million going toward water system projects.
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Champion Lake Reopens: The popular Champion Lake has now reopened after an extended closure. We reported back in June of last year that refuge staff temporarily closed the federal road portion of C.R. 417 leading into the Champion Lake Public Use Area. Flooding during Hurricane Harvey damaged a culvert there. It has now been replaced. Champion Lake is open daily from sunrise to sunset. For information, call the refuge office at 936-336-9786.
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Internships: The City of Dayton is currently working with the Dayton Independent School District to create an internship program for Dayton students. Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon said the program, when completed, will give some Dayton students a chance to learn about city operations from the inside and get school credit while they do it.
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Historical Dedication for Cemeteries: There are two historical marker dedication ceremonies a week from Saturday, April 13. Liberty County Historical Commission will host a dedication at 10 a.m. honoring the Linney-Acie Cemetery. A reception will follow in the Family Life Center at Dayton’s First Baptist Church. Then, there is a second dedication that Saturday, April 13, at 2:30 p.m. at Abshier Cemetery on County Road 112 near Hankamer. The Historical Texas Cemetery designation was developed in 1998 to help protect historic cemeteries.
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Obituary: Norman Cooper, 84, of Daisetta. Service is 11 a.m. today at Faith & Family.
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*Lake Release: 8,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 15.31 ASL*
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