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Posted on: February 4, 2018

In The News: Damaged Road Could Cost Brazos County $1.2M

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The repair of a road damaged by Hurricane Harvey could cost the county more than $1 million, Brazos County Judge Duane Peters said.  Peters said Friday it could cost the county around $1.2 million to fix the portion of McAllester Lane, located off F.M. 60 West in the Stewart Meadow subdivision. The county's budget is $249.9 million.


Source:  The Eagle, 2/04/2018


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