Freeport water tower

A water tower in Freeport.

FREEPORT — The City Council passed two infrastructure-related motions that will cost the city more money in the short-term, but hopefully curb some of those costs in the long-term.

Assistant City Manager Lance Petty requested the approval of a new fueling system by Sun Coast Resources after problems with the old, underground 10,000-gallon capacity tanks at the service center led to directives from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

Kent Holle is a reporter for The Facts. Contact him at 979-237-0154.

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