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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday July 16, 2013

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 28, No. 135 Tuesday July 16, 2013

Attorney Cited: Houston Attorney Josh Fitzgerald was cited Friday afternoon with the misdemeanor charge of Assault by Threat following a verbal altercation with Hardin Mayor Julie Terry and Hardin City Attorney Jennifer Bergman.  Josh Fitzgerald was representing his father, Phil Fitzgerald in a case brought by the city of Hardin involving sewer ordinance violations. That case ended when the Judge directed a not guilty verdict. Visiting Hardin City Judge Timothy Kirwin advised the city, they could re-file charges. Josh Fitzgerald said while words were exchanged, at no point did he threaten the mayor. City Attorney Jennifer Bergman did not wish to talk about what information she gave in her statement to law enforcement, but did say the entire situation was a shocking to her. County Attorney Wes Hinch said he has not received a report on the incident.


Hospital District Meeting: There were a number of significant issues raised at last Thursday’s public meeting at the DaytonCommunity Center. The months-long dispute between Dayton City Council members and members of the Liberty County Hospital District Board over tax funding for a medical facility in Daytonwas the topic of the 90 minute meeting.  One issue was what some called, the lack of representation for Daytonon the hospital district board. Daytonresident Eliza Mae Guidry, who has served as an elected member of the hospital district board, reminded everyone leadership of the hospital district are elected positions. She encouraged other Daytonresidents to run for the position like she did.


Applicator Class: The Liberty County AgriLife Extension Service will hold a private applicator training Friday July 26. The class is for those wanting to obtain a license to purchase pesticides that are otherwise restricted by the Texas Department of Agriculture. The deadline to sign up is this Thursday. Space is limited to the first 30, and the cost is $55. For information or to sign up, call no later than Thursday at (936) 334 3230.


Obituaries: Sidney S. “Scottie” Cleveland, 51 of Dayton. Services will be held at a later date. Doyle Eugene “Gene” Shields, of Dayton. Services today 10 a.m. at Sterling Funeral Home in Dayton. Ethel Margaret Richardson, 92 of Hull. Graveside services tomorrow at 10 a.m. in the Catholic Cemetery in Liberty.

*LakeRelease: 1,250 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.69 ASL



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