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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, January 6, 2019

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 11 Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Dayton Infrastructure: When the Dayton City Council meets on January 22, two infrastructure issues will be up for their consideration. First, Dayton council will hear a proposal from a company called Magellan Advisors about developing plans to install fiber cabling for high-speed internet throughout the city. We have reported before Dayton city officials are interested in making high-speed internet available citywide as an incentive to attracting new businesses. This is a first step. Also at next Tuesday’s meeting, Dayton council will consider a project to replace crumbling sewer lines. Dayton – like so many other cities in this area - is still dealing with the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey. That Dayton City Council meeting is Tuesday, January 22, at 6 p.m. in Dayton City Hall.
Rendition Deadline: Liberty County Central Appraisal District officials are reminding business owners to render their taxable property by April 1 or file an extension to avoid costly penalties. Those rendition forms will be mailed out to local businesses on January 25. All instructions will be included. To render is to list the taxable inventory, furniture, fixtures, machinery, equipment and other property that a business owned or managed as of January 1, 2019. This information is used to set property values. Those who are not ready to file their rendition can file by April 1 a request for an automatic extension until May 1 without penalty. For more information, call the Liberty County Central Appraisal District at 936-336-5722 or visit their website – that can be accessed from
Bailes on Pipelines: With the start of the Texas legislative session just getting under way, lawmakers are establishing their priorities for the months ahead. While school finance reform and lowering property taxes are at the top of most Texas lawmaker’s “to do” list, District 18 State Rep. Ernest Bailes said he also recognizes problems associated with the influx of gas and oil pipelines throughout his district. He said state lawmakers have yet to recognize the damage to existing infrastructure as the result of pipeline construction and, until they do, affected Texas counties cannot get additional funding to handle the repairs.
Obituaries: Mary Agnes Osbolt Ripkowski, 91, of Dayton. Service 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph the Worker (PSFH).
*Lake Release: 62,100 CFS – Liberty Bridge 29.3 ASL*


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