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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Wednesday, September 25, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 160 Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Commissioners: At Tuesday’s regular meeting, Liberty County Commissioners voted to donate $71,000 from the states unclaimed property fund, to Bridgehaven Children’s Advocacy Center and Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Both are serving their purpose in Liberty and Chambers Counties, for a total of $35,500 each. The funds come from credit members of SHECO earned but could not be returned when Sam Houston Electric Cooperative could not locate those customers. Commissioners also voted to donate an additional $600 to Bridgehaven and CASA from the child and family violence fund.
Road Closed: Effective Immediately – Texas St. between Jefferson Dr. and Edgewood St. is closed to all through traffic until further notice.
Contaminated Wells: The National Ground Water Association say’s one of the big scares is what’s carried in the flood waters, such as E-Coli. The risk is contaminated water, getting into water wells. The association’s Ben Frech said its not just the wells immersed under Imelda’s flood waters but those which could have contaminated water seeping into wells through cracked walls. To learn more about getting a well tested go to
1994 Flood: In a four day period during the Great Flood of 1994, most remember Liberty’s official US Weather Service rain gauge at KSHN logged 30.5 inches of rain. Compare that with last week’s rainfall in the same gauge this time that measured 27.5 inches of rain. Back in 94, there was also a record setting flood in the Dallas area. Much of that drained into the Trinity River and rushed down river to Lake Livingston, That forced hydrologists there to increase lake releases to a record setting 110,000 cubic feet of water per second. About three days later those releases rolled into Liberty raising the river gauge at US 90 dramatically. Now add the local 30.5 inches of local rain to that. So when combining the Dallas flood with the local rain that pushed the United States Geological Survey river gauge at the U S 90 bridge at Liberty was exactly 31 feet above sea level. Through the torrential rains experienced last week here, Lake Livingston releases were never greater than 1250 cubic feet of water per second compared to 110,000 cfs back in 94.
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 14.41 ASL*







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