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Volume 35, No. 73, Friday April 17, 2020 ************************************************ #24 in Liberty County Chambers County up to 33: On Thursday morning,  Liberty County got their 24th confirmed cases of COVID-19. According to the Liberty County Office of Emergency Management, the 24th case is a male 20-30 years of age who lives in South Liberty County. The State Health Department report on him said, he shows mild symptoms and is at home. On Wednesday Liberty County recorded their first COVID-19 death. The deceased was 80-90 year old woman from South Liberty County. The Liberty County Office of Emergency Management reports as of Wednesday of the 24 COVID-19 cases 6 have fully recovered.  In Chambers County, their health department is showing they have 33 cases of the virus, with 3 hospitalized, 15 recoveries, and no deaths. ************************************************ Rock and Roll Registration: The Dayton ISD is holding a minimal contact registration for Pre-K at Colbert Elementary School. The school district’s Colbert Elementary Pre-K Register and Roll event for the 2020-21 school year is April 28th, 29th, and 30th in the Colbert Parking lot. Please note that is the pre-k registration. Dayton ISD officials said this registration event will be conducted without getting out of your car. Pre-k registration begins on Tuesday, April 28th you can register your child from Noon until 7, on Wednesday the 28th and Thursday the 29th registration is from 8 AM to 7 PM. Parents should attend one come-and-go event Tuesday, April 28th Noon to 7 p.m., Wednesday the 29th  from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. or Thursday the 30th from 8 a.m. to noon – all at Colbert Elementary, 231 South Colbert Street in Dayton. Parents or guardians need their driver’s license, proof of residency and proof of income along with the child’s birth certificate, Social Security card and shot records. For more information, call 936-258-2727. ************************************************ Sales Tax Holiday: Even as Texas battles COVID-19, it’s also time to prepare for the upcoming hurricane season. On Tuesday Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced the Emergency Preparation Supplies Sales Tax Holiday. This year’s holiday starts at 12:01 am on Saturday, April 25th and ends at midnight on Monday, April 27th. In a news release, Comptroller Hager reminds Texans that when buying online, by telephone, mail, custom order, or by means other than in-person qualifies as long as the customer pays for the item during that sales tax holiday period, and that order is excepted by the retailer. That is true even if the delivery is made after the exemption period. Purchases that do not qualify include batteries for automobiles, boats and other motorized vehicles. Also excluded are camping stoves and camping supplies as well as chainsaws. ************************************************ Texas Workforce:  We have had a hard time getting information from the Texas Workforce Commission for citizens but the Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce was in a conference call recently that included Congressman Dr. Brian Babin, The Texas Chamber of Commerce and the U.S. Chamber. That effort produced answers to our most frequently asked questions. Now effective the Texas Workforce Commission has new call center hours from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. and has moved to a seven day work week to handle the hundreds of thousands of calls from Texans seeking unemployment benefits. The number to call is 800.939.6631. Their Unemployment Benefit System online portal is available 24 hours a day but is experiencing a high volume of visitors. The tip from the Texas Workforce Commission is they are seeing lower volume on that online portal between the late night hours of 10:00 PM. and 8 AM.  Lake Release: 26,200  CFS – Liberty Bridge: 25.05 ASL ReplyForward




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