Brownsville woman seeks answers after being asked to pay security deposit
BROWNSVILLE - A Rio Grande Valley woman in business for 50 years is now being asked to pay a security deposit for her utilities. Her biggest question is why now.
Ysidora Villarreal has owned Lolita's Grocery Store in Brownsville since the 70's and she says she paid her dues back when she first opened shop.
But after going through their records, Brownsville’s Public Utilities Board says the business has no security deposit on file and they say that violates a city ordinance.
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