Public Notice--on Tuesday, October 20, 2020, the City of Liberty reports a sanitary sewer line underneath the intersection of Odell St & Meadowbrook Dr is leaking sewage from a damaged sewer line. The estimated amount of leakage is 20 gallons a day and the City is working with a contractor to repair the line as soon as possible. The sanitary sewer leak may be reaching the unnamed ditch that runs in a southeast direction from the intersection of Odell St & Meadowbrook Dr. To learn more about sanitary sewer overflows and the potential health concerns, please go to https://www.epa.gov/npdes/sanitary-sewer-overflow-sso-frequent-questions .
The City advises residents and visitors to not drink from, or walk in, the unnamed ditch that runs in a southeast direction from the intersection of Odell St & Meadowbrook Dr and let nature take its course in cleaning the water just like it does with animal waste.
It is OK to drink from your faucets.This sanitary sewer overflow does not affect the City's water system and no boil water advisory is needed.
As an ongoing message to help prevent sewer problems for yourself and your neighbors, please do not put wipes or grease down the drain (e.g. in the kitchen sink, toilets).
Congratulations to Tony Boiter on his retirement as the City’s Recreation Director. Throughout Tony’s 17 years, he has worked hard to make each one of the ten youth sports programs a good experience for the kids and families. Along with Tony’s passion for the kids staying active, being competitive and having fun, Tony spent extra hours being a handyman to make improvements to the recreational facilities. Tony will be missed and we thank him for all he has done for the Liberty community and the kids.
We also wish volunteer and part-time Recreation Assistant Derhea Lesley the best as she has finished helping the Rec Department after many years. Derhea will be missed and we thank her for all she has done for the Liberty community and the kids.
Welcome Austin Lynch--New Recreation Director
Please join us in welcoming Austin Lynch to the City of Liberty as the new Recreation Director!
Austin is a native of Greenville, SC where he currently resides. Austin has a strong background in sports and looks forward to working with all athletes interested in recreational sports. Austin played baseball at Limestone College where he earned his degree in Physical Education with a minor in coaching, and later went on to earn a master’s degree in Athletic Administration from the University of Concordia Irvine.
Prior to becoming the new recreation director, Austin spent time as an assistant baseball coach at D1 Furman University as well as D2 Southern Wesleyan University. Before going to the college ranks, Austin was the head baseball coach at Wade Hampton High School.
Several summers were spent by Austin as the head coach of the Lenoir Oilers in the Carolina/Virginia conference wood bat league, as well as an assistant coach with the Spartanburg Blue Eagles in the Southern Collegiate Conference. During that time, he coached players from Florida to Michigan and everywhere in between. Prior to coaching college wood bat leagues, Lynch coached for the Greenville Post 3 American Legion team for many years.
Austin is married and has a one year old daughter and two dogs at home. He is an avid Clemson fan, Braves fan, and enjoys collecting memorabilia. When not partaking in the sports world, Austin enjoys cooking and hanging out with his family.
Welcome Alecia Dover
Also please join us in welcoming Alecia Dover to the Liberty Recreation Department as a part time assistant who will help with registrations, uniforms and other activities needed to have youth sports programs. Alecia has been associated with the Liberty Rec program for many years and is excited to join the Liberty Rec Department.