BCPC file

Brazoria County Judge Matt Sebesta answers a question at the Responsible Care Luncheon on April 24, 2019, at Brazosport College.

ANGLETON — Despite ongoing news of COVID-19 and economic disruptions caused by the pandemic, the tone among leaders in Angleton is a positive one as they gathered to discuss the state of the community with the Greater Angleton Chamber of Commerce.

“Brazoria County, we’re still doing pretty good,” County Judge Matt Sebesta said at the online gathering Thursday. “Even though with COVID and everything else, over the last eight or nine years we still had, in Brazoria County, over $30 billion in petrochemical investment. And, we’re currently seeing solar (farm developers) that are showing an interest in Brazoria County.”

Wes Wolfe is a reporter for The Facts. Contact him at 979-237-0152.

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