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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Thursday, January 02, 2020 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 35, No. 1 Thursday, January 2, 2020
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Hospital: For many years there has been talk about building a new hospital in the Liberty-Dayton area. On a recent kshn.com Party Line program, Bruce Stratton -President of Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center said there is a criteria that must be met before a new hospital can be built to qualify as a Critical Access Hospital. Mr. Stratton said in order to build or move a Critical Access Hospital, the hospital must offer 75% of the current services and utilize 75% of the same staff in its new location. However, Mr. Stratton said that when the time comes for a new facility there is every intention the present hospital will bring 100% of all services now offered and even add services not currently offered. He also said the same will be true for the staff. They would bring the entire present staff of over 125 into any new hospital that might be built. Again, this is not an announcement that a new hospital is ready to be built but planning and preparation is underway.
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AT&T: Several months ago, KSHN aired a news report that a building permit had been issued by the city of Liberty to AT&T to build at 185 foot tall cellular telephone tower in the 600 block of Travis St. in downtown Liberty. We reported then that the tower was being built to correct a long running problem of poor AT&T cellular reception in Liberty. Only a few weeks ago the antennae at the top of the tower was at last put into place, tuned up, and switched on. Almost immediately we began getting reports from AT&T subscribers that they were now getting excellent signal strength. The local AT&T franchise service store clerk told us he had a steady stream of customers giving similar reports. We also learned that tower is also in place to improve first responder AT&T service in this area. We were told in the unlikely event that other nearby AT&T towers were disabled or failed, this new tower would become a signal re-enforcement for those high priority first responders. Traditional AT&T service in the immediate Liberty area might be weakened at least while that issue was dealt with. At any rate, it appears that AT&T cell phone customers, who happen to spend time in Liberty or live in Liberty, are apparently enjoying a much higher grade reception now.
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LCDC: The Liberty Community Development Corporation offers a number of incentives to promote new or expanded business development within the City of Liberty. One of these incentives is grants. The LCDC has grants that may be available for qualifying businesses to improve their businesses or as a capital investment inside the city of Liberty. These grants include business expansion grants, site improvement grants and utility and infrastructure improvement grants. The amount of the grant is negotiated based on how much the company expects to invest, how many jobs will be created, and the payroll for those jobs. Also affecting the amount of grants would be what the project’s economic impact would be on the community. All LCDC grants are negotiated on a case-by-case basis. For information on these economic development incentives offered by the Liberty Community Development Corporation, call the City of Liberty at 936-334-7118.
************************************************Obituaries: Funeral arrangements are pending Eothophera Timmons 89 of Hull. (AFS) Steve Allen Johnson, age 63, of Dayton. Memorial service Friday 1:00 pm at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.
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*Lake Release: 3000 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 7.14 ASL*
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