FREEPORT — More than a dozen residents took an opportunity to give their input on street and drainage projects at a workshop to prioritize bond funds, but nothing is set in stone.

Mayor Brooks Bass opened Monday’s workshop explaining the city’s position of having $8 million in bond money and the necessity for community input.

Freeport Infrastructure

County crews work to replace the road on an area of Avenue D in Freeport on Thursday. Freeport City Manager Tim Kelty emphasized that road maintenance is a continuous effort.

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

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