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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, September 5, 2019

Thursday, September 05, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 147 Thursday, September 5, 2019
City Size: Liberty and Dayton are very close in size, with Liberty’s Est. 8,397 residents to Dayton’s 7,242. Recently while on the KSHN.COM Partyline there were some comparisons between the two Liberty County cities. For example, Liberty will have 109 employees on staff in the upcoming budget year. In Dayton, the employees are at 100. However, Dayton City Manager Theo Meloncon, said that growth has been mostly in the planning and permitting department. He said in the past year and a half, the City of Dayton has conducted more than 8,000 inspections. Mr. Meloncon explained those inspections include everything from electrical upgrades to new structures built within the city. Combine that with the previously reported traffic counts in Dayton makes it is clear Dayton is exploding.
New Dayton PD ATV: Dayton Police Department added a 2020 Polaris crew-cab ATV to its fleet last week, paid for through donations from JLA Realty, Fabrication and Construction Services LP, and Frank’s Collision Repair. Each of those Dayton businesses paid $5,000 toward the $13,055 purchase from Martin Powersports in Cleveland. As the City expands into more rural areas, Dayton Police Capt. John Coleman said accessibility is becoming a problem for the department’s police cruisers.
Flags: Today is the last day for flags to be displayed at half staff. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott asked Texans to lower flags to half staff to honor citizens murdered in cold blood by, as he called it, a senseless coward. Flags should remain at half-staff through sunset this evening, and returned to full-staff tomorrow morning.
Pecans: Liberty County 4-H has started their Annual Pecan Sales. A 1-pound bag of these Texas grown pecans is $12.00. They come shelled and bagged in pieces or halves. All pecans are this year’s crop. You can order them three different ways: Contact any Liberty County 4-H member, call the County Extension Office at 936-334-3230 or go to On the right hand side of page you will see 4-H information. Just click on Pre-order 2019 4-H Pecans.
Obituaries: Iva Elsie Stephenson, 67, of Liberty. Memorial Service is Friday at 11 a.m. at North Main Baptist Church in Liberty (AFS).*Sandra Dianne Sebren, 60, of Old River-Wmfree. Funeral Service is Friday at 10 a.m. at Sterling Funeral Home in Dayton.*Mary Lou Dever - 75, of Dayton. Service is Saturday at 11 a.m. Pleasant Hill Bapt. Church-Dayton (WFS).
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 7.19 ASL*




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