There is no question that the former Freeport Community House along the Old Brazos River would be a beautiful location for a multicultural center. But there also is little doubt that Freeport City Council’s decision to continue keeping it off-limits from development is the best long-term decision.

City leaders chose Monday night to leave that site in the Texas Parks and Wildlife Park Protection Program, meaning a private, non-recreation project can’t build on the property. That designation has been on the land as far back as many people can remember.

This editorial was written by Michael Morris, managing editor of The Facts.

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