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U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar (District 28) (far left) and U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development State Director Paco Valentin Jr. wait to be introduced by Stockdale City Manager Banks Akin during a March 14 press conference in Stockdale.
Wilson County News March 28, 2012 3,229 views 1 comment
STOCKDALE -- What will South Texas look like in 30 years, in the wake of the Eagle Ford shale exploration and growth? Even a crystal ball might produce varying images. Certainly, the ongoing exploration is highlighting myriad needs communities will need to address. Official and leaders from the local to national level agreed during a March 14 press conference in Stockdale that housing, water, and education will need to be addressed as exploration continues. . . .
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