No consensus on fixing low water crossing problem near Georgetown (TX)

A proposal by Williamson County to connect two neighborhoods with a new road to help some residents get in and out during times of flooding has drawn opposition.  Some residents of the Lost River neighborhood don’t want the county to build a street connecting their neighborhood to the adjacent Cedar Hollow neighborhood. The road would give residents in Cedar Hollow a second way to get out of the area when a low water crossing on Cedar Hollow Road floods.     Read the article………….


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