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Thursday October 10, 2013

Thursday, October 10, 2013 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 28, No. 196 Thursday, October 10, 2013


Dayton Sewer Update: We have reported someone dumped several hundred gallons of highly acidic chemical down a Dayton sewer manhole. Those chemicals began destroying the microbes that process the city’s raw sewage before the clean water is emptied into the Trinity River. According to City Manager David Douglas, preliminary tests indicate enough of the microbes survived that the system can make a comeback, but it might take awhile. Mr. Douglas said the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality recommended feeding the microbes dry dog food and that seems to be working.


TVE: The TVE Ranch Rodeo is this Sunday at 2 p.m. at the TVE Arena. Real cowboys compete in various events to find out whose four person team is the best. The winners can advance to the big Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Competition. Tickets for the Ranch Rodeo are $8. 100 Club: The TVE 100 Club offers a chance for individuals to support the youth of the Trinity Valley Exposition with a $100 membership. The 100 Club committee bids on and buys animals at both the Friday Auction and the Freezer Sale on Saturday. For information on the TVE 100 Club call Tina Blackburn at (936) 334 4825. For info on any of the TVE events go to and click on the TVE link at the top of the page.


LISD Tax Election Day: Another reminder, the Libertyschool district’s Tax Ratification Election is this Saturday. Early voting ended Tuesday with 419 ballots cast. On Saturday, registered Libertyschool district voters, who did not vote early, may cast ballots from 7 7 one of two locations. Precinct 18 voters go to Our Mother of Mercy Catholic Church in Ames. All other precincts in the school district vote in the Liberty City Council Chambers at City Hall.


Liberty City Council: The Liberty City Council Tuesday night adopted an ordinance allowing the city to place a lien on real property for failure to pay utilities. City Manager Gary Broz said the ordinance is aimed right now at collecting such funds from the Mas Amigos Restaurant. As All Nine News reported, the city shut off utilities to the popular restaurant on Sept. 10thafter a check for $6,000 bounced. City Attorney Randy Gunter said the city can use the ordinance in the future.


*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 5.96 ASL*



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