City Sets New Garbage Rates

by Tony Vindell/LFN

New garbage rates were approved by the Los Fresnos City Council but homeowners will not see any increases on their trash bills.

The council approved the changes during its Tuesday, Oct. 8 meeting but only for commercial accounts.

The council approved closing city hall for regular business on Nov. 8 of this year to allow employees to move into the new building on Texas Highway 100.

Once they relocate into the new city hall, the old building will go through a remodeling project that calls for replacing the floor tile and some electrical fixtures.

The new $3.2 million city hall will complement the Emergency Medical Services/Fire Department built just south of the new structure.

In other actions, the council appointed Alex Flores who will take the seat of Abe Ortega on the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission and David Garza to the Los Fresnos Housing Authority. Garza will take Barbara Rodriguez’s seat.

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