No 8-Liners Operating in Sebastian After New Permit Process
SEBASTIAN – All eight-liners in Sebastian are closed, according to Willacy County Sheriff Larry Spence.
The move comes after the county put a permit system in place. The deadline to apply for a permit ended last week.
Spence says deputies will be on the lookout for any establishments that try to operate without permission.
If caught, violators could be fined $10,000 a day for any violations.
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