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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Thursday, January 24, 2013 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 28, No. 16 Thursday, January 24, 2013

DaytonCityCouncil: Months of what observers might call unsatisfactory communications between members of the Dayton City Council and the Liberty County Hospital District Board came to a head at Tuesday night’s Dayton City Council meeting. Liberty County Hospital District Board President Bruce Stratton and Board Treasurer Paul Henry were at the meeting to respond in person to council’s latest attempt to secure some guarantee of a district funded healthcare facility in Dayton. During the roughly 90 minute question and answer session, Dayton Mayor Felix Skarpa told Stratton council needed some guarantee of support to they would consider attempting to have the hospital district dissolved. More on this story in days to come.


Abshier on Arming Teachers: As the national debate continues over arming teachers, Liberty School Superintendent Dr. Cody Abshier said he can understand why some districts might consider that step, especially where there is no law enforcement agency close by. He said Liberty Police are near enough to respond quickly to any incident. Dr. Abshier said, at this point, as superintendent he has no interest in arming teachers.


LibertyCityCouncil: Liberty City Council met Tuesday night and appointed a five member charter review committee. City Secretary Dianne Tidwell says the charter requires such appointments in January of odd-numbered years.


Historical Commission: The Liberty County Historical Commission elected Linda Jamison of Dayton as the new chairman during Monday’s annual business meeting of the organization. Ms. Jamison replaces Kevin Ladd who served the commission as chairman for 20 years. Linda Jamison said the newly elected board is developing a strategy to revitalize and grow the organization’s membership. Anyone interested in becoming involved can call (936) 258-9141.


Selective Service: The selective service draft ended at the end of the Vietnam Conflict in 1973, however, the requirement for males age 18 to register with the selective service continues. You can register online at Applications are also available at post offices, by mail, and in many cases, at high school offices. In Texas, young men can also register when they obtain or renew their driver’s license.


*LakeRelease: 2,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.89 ASL*



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