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Thursday, May 2, 2013

Thursday, May 02, 2013, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 28, No. 85 Thursday, May 2, 2013

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Judge on Health Grant: Liberty County Judge Craig McNair said too much conflict was part of the reason for not applying for a renewal of the $150,000 health care grant the county currently has. The grant, which has supplied medical help to over 8,000 county residents, expires August 31, 2013.

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Cabin Update: The man behind a plan to locate more than 30 cabins along the west bank of the Trinity River last year has filed for bankruptcy protection, owing the City of Liberty some $28,000 in fines. In Sept. 2012 we reported Jason Larry Goode had moved nine 12x27 cabins onto his property. City Manager Gary Broz said Mr. Goode had not applied for any permits or even felt the need to notify city officials. The city issued a cease and desist order and 27 citations for lack of proper permitting and planning.

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DaytonChamber: The Dayton Chamber of Commerce monthly noon luncheon is Tuesday in the Dayton Community Center. This month’s guest speaker is Courtland Holman, Executive Director of the Dayton Community Development Corporation. The $10 meal will be catered by Casa Don Boni. For information or reservations call (936) 257 2393.

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Masonic Clay Shoot: A reminder – the Liberty Masonic Lodge is holding a sporting clays benefit shoot this Saturday at Clay Mound Sporting Center in Liberty. Money raised will to toward annual scholarships for students in both Liberty and Hardin. Open registration begins at 8 a.m. and entry is $75. Clay Mound Sporting Center is on Texaco Road south of U.S. 90 in the Liberty River Bottom. For information call (936) 334 9200.

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DaytonCouncil: The Dayton City Council Monday night unanimously accepted an April 5thletter of resignation from Councilmember Anita Brown. In her letter, Mrs. Brown said she had been honored to serve, but increased demands from her professional career made it difficult for her to attend council meetings. City Manager David Douglas said council now has 20 days to determine if they will fill the vacancy by calling a special election or else appoint a new council member to finish out the remaining one year on her term.  Mayor Felix Skarpa appointed Councilman Greg Hayman to serve as mayor pro-tem.

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*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.03 ASL* 

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