8-Liner Owners Going to Court after Being Forced to Shut Down
NEAR RAYMONDVILLE – Several eight-liner business owners who were forced to shut down are taking the issue to court.
Earlier this year, Willacy County officials created a new permit system which creates restrictions based on the distance from schools, homes and other eight-liners.
Eleven businesses applied but only three were approved.
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