Work to resume on project to alleviate flooding in Roma
ROMA – Work is expected to continue Thursday on a project meant to alleviate flooding in Roma.
Since 2008, city leaders have worked on getting the proper funds to help bring relief to those who live on ‘La Efren Ramirez,’ a caliche road in Roma that’s been hit hard with flooding.
Roma assistant city manager Guerra says Action Now Starr, a group formed by the people who live in the area, pushed for the project the hardest.
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