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Commissioners still looking for space to move tax office

During yesterday’s regular meeting, Liberty County Commissioners once again took no action on a lease for a building to house the Liberty County Tax Office. We’ve reported commissioners are trying to lease space near downtown Liberty to move the tax office out of the courthouse to make room for a new County Court at Law. Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a law on June 10thcalling for the creation of additional courts across the state, including a second County Court at Law here in Liberty County. According to Liberty County Judge Jay Knight, that additional local court is necessary because of the burgeoning case loads in both the current Court at Law as well as the two district courts in the county. County officials have been in discussions with David and Ruth Young of Kountze to lease a building at 1200 Highway 90 in Liberty. That 5,250-square-foot building formerly housed a physical therapy business for a longtime, but it also has been the location for many other businesses through the years. The county wants to sign a five-year lease with a five-year extension option. However, no agreement has been reached, and yesterday commissioners once again took no action. Judge Jay Knight has said the county will continue to look for other options for space to house the tax office near the courthouse. In other business at commissioners’ court yesterday, Judge Jay Knight recognized the Liberty County Historical Commission. We reported the Texas Historical Commission has once again honored the Liberty County Historical Commission with its Distinguished Service Award. Yesterday, Judge Knight presented that state certificate to the local commission. This is the seventh year in a row the Liberty County Historical Commission has received that honor. The Texas Historical Commission honors county commissions across the state that demonstrate exceptional service to preserve the heritage of Texas. It recognizes the contributions of county historical commissions that are above average when compared to others statewide.  Linda Jamison is the county chair for the Liberty County Historical Commission. We will have more from yesterday’s Liberty County Commissioners Court in coming newscasts.

 

 

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Monday November 11  Al and Nancy Brandli Master Gardeners
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