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Daily Radiogram

Friday, June 14, 2019

Friday, June 14, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 113 Friday, June 14, 2019
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Liberty Telecommunications Ordinance: On Tuesday, Liberty City Council adopted a new ordinance regulating wireless telecommunication facilities and requiring a permitting process as allowed for under federal guidelines. That change in city law comes in the wake of the much talked about installation of the 185-foot AT&T cell tower along Travis Street at Webster in downtown Liberty. As we’ve reported, AT&T mobile service has long had spotty coverage in the Liberty area, and AT&T officials expect the new tower to improve that service. AT&T Mobility of Frisco owns the new tower, but there is no word on when it will be operational.
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Historical Commission Award: Texas Historical Commission has once again recognized the Liberty County Historical Commission with its Distinguished Service Award. This is the seventh year in a row the Liberty County Historical Commission has received that honor. Texas Historical Commission honors county commissions across the state that demonstrate exceptional service to preserve the heritage of Texas. It recognizes the contributions of county historical commissions that are above average when compared to others statewide. That state recognition will be presented to Liberty County Historical Commission at the June 25 meeting of commissioners’ court.
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Dayton Shred Day: The City of Dayton is hosting another free document shredding event tomorrow. Dayton Shred Day is not limited to Dayton residents. It is open to anyone. Tomorrow’s free commercial shredding of sensitive documents is from 9 a.m. to noon or until the truck fills up at the Dayton Community Center. Protect your sensitive, personal documents from falling into the hands of identity thieves by having them commercially shredded free of charge. Dayton officials say it is not necessary to take documents out of three-ring binders or remove paper clips and other binding materials. For more information, call Dayton City Hall during business hours at 936-258-2642.
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Obituaries: Sandra Jean Ribble, 73, of Liberty. Memorial is 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Faith and Family. Donald Ray “2-Tall” Baldwin, 60, of Liberty. Service is 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Miles Baptist (Proctor's). Archie Lee Banks, 62, of Wallisville. Service is noon Saturday at Proctor’s on Hwy 90 in Liberty.
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*Lake Release: 29,500 CFS – Liberty Bridge 25.76 ASL*
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