Port Isabel official, business owner voice concerns over LNG projects’ possible impact
PORT ISABEL – The concerns over the health, safety, the potential for pollution, tourism and the shrimping industry in Port Isabel sparked a lawsuit by the city against the Port of Brownsville.
About 15 years ago, access to the Gulf was restored recreating a spawning ground for many species.
Local business owners and fisherman are concerned over the looming liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects planned several miles south of Port Isabel will pollute the air and the water.
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