County to apply for water grant
Kelle Odom of Langford Community Management Services uses a map Sept. 4 to show Wilson County commissioners (from left) Albert Gamez Jr., Ricky Morales, and Paul Pfeil the location that would benefit from a proposed expansion of public water services that would be funded by a state grant.
Wilson County NewsSeptember 12, 2012 2,254 views 1 comment
Approximately 25 households near the Fairview community in western Wilson County soon could enjoy clean, potable drinking water if the Texas Department of Rural Affairs awards a $275,000 community development block grant. The Wilson County Commissioners Court voted unanimously at a Sept. 4 special meeting to hold a public hearing on the proposed grant application. . . .
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