Knowing what Angleton residents have been going through, including the difficulties of finding water while the city remains under a boil order and some residents may not have water at all, city leaders have been reaching out to their contacts to find water any way they can, Mayor Jason Perez said.

“I was contacted by Jason this morning,” said Mark Holian, the executive general manager of Gulf Coast Auto Park. “I just forwarded that text to Alex Bregman.”

Corinna Richardson is the features writer for The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0150. ​

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