Raymondville Homeowner Affected by Construction Vehicles on Lawn
RAYMONDVILLE –A local man says he is being affected by construction vehicles placed on his lawn for a road project.
Raymondville resident Esteban Lovera says the three construction vehicles have been there since November.
KRGV’s Frank McCaffrey spoke to the contractor responsible for putting the equipment on the property.
Ramiro Gonzalez Jr. of R&R Contracting says he has permission to put the equipment on the property because it is owned by a neighboring church.
Gonzalez Jr. says he understands Lovera wants to clear the yard and is willing to negotiate a deal to move the vehicles to another location.
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