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FREEPORT — Mayor Brooks Bass and Freeport residents had their first chance to voice their concerns regarding the 2020-21 fiscal year’s budget, with infrastructure questions against high on residents’ list.

After multiple council members were absent for Thursday’s budget meeting, leaving the panel short of a quorum, City Manager Tim Kelty and Assistant City Manager Stephanie Russell again presented the budget Monday to a full staffed council with residents chiming their input.

Nick Irene is a reporter for The Facts. Contact him at 979-237-0149.​

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