Part of that question is whether to put steel bars on rainwater discharge outlets that feed into the river.
LAREDO, TX (KGNS) - Following fines against Webb County for non-compliance with the TCEQ, the county utility is working to make improvements.
With its proximity to the Rio Grande border, the city of Laredo has to figure out a way to dump its rain water as well as prevent illegal immigration. Part of that question is whether to put steel bars on rainwater discharge outlets that feed into the river.
Tonight on KGNS News at Ten, reporter Christian von Preysing talks to a representative with Laredo Environmental Services about how the city works with Border Patrol on these decisions.
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