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Daily Radiogram

Friday, October 11, 2019

Friday, October 11, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 170 Friday, October 11, 2019

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Devers: Devers Mayor Steve Horelica recently sent a letter to local media outlining what he felt was a lack of concern for his small East Liberty County Community. The letter was addressed to the president, governor and unidentified state and federal officials. In it he asked for help to battle the horrible infestation of possible disease carrying mosquitoes and goes on to say he received no response. In the letter the Devers Mayor said he had asked about work to reopen that was flooded. Again, Mayor Horelica said he got no response. The mayor accused public officials as not viewing the folks of Devers important enough to even reply. KSHN.COM news contacted county judge Jay Knight who said the Liberty County Office of Emergency management had in fact contacted the mayor, who said at that time, everything was fine. It was later he sent a letter to local media. Immediately after our conversation with the county judge, we contacted the Devers mayor who said he had since been contacted by authorities and everything was fine in that east Liberty County community.

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RR Bridge: Crossing the Trinity River in Liberty, the old Union Pacific rail bridge, which has stood since the early 1900’s, could be headed for a total rebuilds. That may be a bit of an overstatement but Liberty City Manager Tom Warner said Union Pacific is in the initial state of inquiry on the subject. A consulting company in Minnesota has contacted the City of Liberty to ask questions about the old bridge. Answers to those questions will help this consulting firm with an application to the U.S. Corps of Engineers. Before any work can be done, permission to replace the old bridge must come from the Corps. In the past few years major work has been done on the steel and concrete structure. But apparently it is still causing rail traffic problems. This is only the first step in what could be a lengthy process.

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Dayton Streets: Theo Melancon - Dayton City Manager - on a recent KSHN.COM Party Line program said the public works department recently completed a street improvement project, estimated to take 2 years – and did it in a year. Melancon said the total project is some 3.7 miles of streets already paved. The next street paving project for the city is in its planning stages. Once the engineers make their recommendations a proposal goes to the Dayton Street Commission for approval. Melancon said if all goes well the next stage of street paving will continue next summer.

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FEMA: For those whose homes sustained damage from Imelda related flooding here is another reminder from KSHN.COM of a disaster declaration from President Donald Trump. For more information on how to apply for assistance, residents of the six affected counties can call this toll free number: 1-800-621-FEMA that s 1-800-621-3362. Those who sustained damage can also visit the following website: WWW.disasterassistance.gov.

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Obituaries: Howard Smith, 82, of Liberty. Funeral service is Saturday at 11 a.m. at Mt. Rose Baptist Church in Liberty (PM). George Robert Hoffman, 82, of Dayton. No services are planned (SFH).

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*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 7.43 ASL*

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