FREEPORT — Officials want every disgruntled resident to offer their input on what infrastructure to focus on over the next few years, with more than $25 million for water, sewer, street and drainage projects on the table.

Whether it’s the perceived lack of attention given to Ward A or compensation for Ward B, residents have long been unhappy with the condition of streets and drainage over the years.

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

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