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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 110 Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Commissioners: During their regular meeting, held yesterday morning, Liberty County Commissioners discussed and approved placing the Liberty County maintenance department under the direction of Liberty County Commissioner Precinct 2 Greg Arthur. Generally that department is under direction of Precinct #1. With Bruce Karbowski recently appointed to that position, commissioners voted to let Greg Arthur head this department for Mr. Karbowski for the time being. Commissioners agreed to put that department back under the direction of Commissioner Precinct 1 Bruce Karbowski as soon as he is acclimated to his new position.
Accidental Shooting: Liberty County Sheriff’s Captain Ken Defoor said it was around 3:45 p.m. Monday when twin brothers were trying to shoot a snake they spotted swimming in a nearby drainage ditch with a .22 caliber rifle. This was on CR #2342 North of Dayton. Reportedly, the first brother fired the rifle at the snake, at the same time the second brother knelt down between his brother and the snake. Reports indicate that 14-year-old was accidentally struck by the bullet above his right ear. Latest information from the Liberty County Sheriffs Department indicates the young man is recovering from surgery.
Tax Deadline: The official deadline for property owners to pay any remaining 2016 property taxes without incurring attorney collection costs is drawing near. Taxpayers have until Friday, June 30, to pay those taxes without attorney fees. Liberty County Tax Assessor Collector Ricky Brown said even paying a portion of any taxes owed could save taxpayers a substantial amount of money. For information, call the Liberty office 936-336-4633.
CASA: Court Appointed Special Advocates or CASA of Liberty and Chambers Counties is an organization that recruits, trains and supports volunteers to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children. Local CASA Executive Director Debbie Dugger said this time of the year provides a good opportunity to reflect on the need children have for a reliable fatherly figure in their lives. Debbie Dugger said there is a need for additional volunteers, especially men, who are willing to make a difference right here in Liberty and Chambers counties. To learn more, call their office at 936-334-9000.
*Lake Release: 16,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 18.55 ASL*


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