Freeport East End file

Port Freeport’s cranes stand in the background of vacant houses along East Seventh Street on the East End of Freeport in February 2016. 

FREEPORT — Port Freeport has expanded its use of eminent domain to secure property in Freeport’s East End, this time trying to obtain city-owned property — and Freeport officials pledge they will fight the action.

Mayor Brooks Bass proclaimed City Council and staff were not going to go down easily after the port began the eminent domain process Tuesday to acquire multiple city-owned lots.

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

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The Port and those who lead it.....SUCK

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