Ramifications of Above Average Rainfall Keeps Valley Crews Busy
EDINBURG – City maintenance crews are busy across the Rio Grande Valley.
The Valley met its yearly average rainfall in just a couple of months.
Edinburg city crews are tackling job after job, while some citizens think their concerns are just being neglected.
A resident who spoke with CHANNEL 5 NEWS says he’s worried about the high grass in alleyways.
Edinburg City Manager Pilar Rodriguez says they not neglecting anyone. They are prioritizing for safety concerns.
Watch the video above for the full report.
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