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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Wednesday, February 12, 2020 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 35, No. 28 Wednesday, February 12, 2020
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County-Wide Drainage District: On Tuesday, at their regular meeting, Liberty County Judge Jay Knight talked to Commissioners about choosing board members for the newly created County-Wide Drainage District Board of Directors. The 86th Legislature approved the creation of this new County Wide Drainage District as a result of the past two flooding events. At this point the countywide drainage district is not a taxing entity. Judge Knight said the Drainage District board will have 9 members. Each of the four Commissioners will pick two members, from their precinct, and Judge Knight will choose one “at large” member. Members of this new drainage district board will NOT be paid for their service. The Commissioners Court will have oversight over this new Drainage District Board. Judge Knight also said to those interested in serving on this important County-Wide Drainage District Board to contact your county commissioner to reflect that interest in serving.
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Dayton: As the Houston area continues to spread into our direction, the city of Dayton, first in the pathway of that growth, is seeing some of the benefits. Of course with growth comes the need for housing. On a recent Party Line Dayton City Manager Theo Melancon said progress on the River Ranch Subdivision on SH 146, in addition to private home development is working with developers for multifamily units as well. Mr. Melancon said the city has seen an up-tick in new construction permits since 2017, adding now 13% of the housing in the City of Dayton is the past 3 years. The city is expecting the growth to expand dramatically because of the Grand Parkway and industrial growth in and around Dayton.
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Zack Zbranek: Zack Zbranek is a candidate for the newly created County Court at Law #2 for Liberty County. Zbranek is a life long Liberty County Resident. On a recent Party Line program Zack Zbranek said his experience makes him the right person for this newly created County Court at Law #2. Zack Zbranek is on the ballot along with Michelle Mangum-Merendino, Wesley Hinch, Farrah Harper, and Terry Bacon. Early voting is Tuesday February 18th through Friday February 28th. Early voting is at four locations, the Jack Hartel Building in Liberty, the Dayton Community Center, the Hardin City Hall and the Cleveland Civic Center.
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County Annex Closed: Here is an important notice. The Liberty Co. Annex at 2103 Cos in Liberty will CLOSE this Friday for electrical repairs. The City of Liberty will turn off power to the entire building to repair electrical lines in that building. The repairs should take only a few hours. Included on those office closed Friday 14th: are: Drivers License, JP #1, Constable #1, Veteran Affairs, Housing Authority, Forestry and Wild Life Service offices.
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Pancakes: Mark your calendars - St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church-Liberty will hold its annual pancake supper Tuesday, February 25th, 5 to 7 p.m. Money from the annual event are used by the Episcopal Church Women for outreach projects. Those include assisting Liberty Co. children and families in need, camp scholarships and to aid victims of natural disasters. The annual pancake supper is held in the Lenten season, a six-week period leading up to Easter. Pancakes will be served in the church’s Parish Hall, 2041 Trinity St. -Liberty. $7 each, children under 5 years old eat free. Meal includes pancakes, sausage and beverage. For info call the church at 936-336-3762.
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*Lake Release: 7,000 CFS–Liberty Bridge: 11.56 ASL*

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