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County commissioners say 'no' to pay raises for elected officials

Liberty County Commissioners said no to pay raises for elected officials for the 2019-20 Fiscal Year during yesterday’s regular meeting. We reported commissioners discussed the possibility of pay raises for elected at their May 14thmeeting. However, Commissioner Pct. 1 Bruce Karbowski was not at that meeting, and Judge Jay Knight asked the court to wait until yesterday’s meeting to make a decision. This week, it was Commissioner Pct. 4 Leon Wilson who was not present. Back at the May 14thmeeting, he spoke out in support of a 3 percent pay increase for all elected officials. Yesterday, Commissioner James “Boo” Reaves made a motion to keep salaries for elected officials at the current levels. Commissioner Pct. 2 Greg Arthur seconded that motion. Without Commissioner Wilson present, Liberty County Commissioners voted unanimously to leave all elected officials’ salaries at the current level. In other business, Liberty County Commissioners approved the sale of fireworks in the unincorporated areas of the county for the July 4th holiday for 2019. Looking toward the holiday, commissioners discussed banning skyrocket fireworks with sticks and fins. However, the county is not currently under the drought conditions that can precipitate that ban. So, as it stands now, all fireworks will be allowed in the unincorporated areas of Liberty County for the July 4th holiday this year. A reminder, the sale and use of fireworks is prohibited by city ordinances in Dayton, Liberty and Cleveland. There is one exception -that is the sale of fireworks at just one stand near the overpass on State Highway 321 in Dayton. Back in 2016, we reported the city of Dayton granted business owner Larry Clowers, who owns that stand, an exception to continue selling fireworks because he had been in business there for a number of years before the city annexed his property. The one exception on the sale of fireworks includes the caveat that the business posts a sign that the discharge of fireworks within city limits is prohibited.


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