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Conclusion of Brush Pick Up from April 28th Storm

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The Office of Commissioner Everardo “Ever” Villarreal is pleased to announce the conclusion of brush pick up for all debris related to the April 28th storm. Image Source: City of Mission Facebook
The Office of Commissioner Everardo “Ever” Villarreal is pleased to announce the conclusion of brush pick up for all debris related to the April 28th storm. Image Source: City of Mission Facebook

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HIDALGO COUNTY PRECINCT 3 – The Office of Commissioner Everardo “Ever” Villarreal is pleased to announce the conclusion of brush pick up for all debris related to the April 28th storm. We extend our gratitude to the residents of Precinct 3 for their patience and cooperation throughout this extensive clean-up effort.

Moving forward, we kindly request that residents handle regular brush differently. To ensure proper disposal, we have designated specific sanitation stations within the precinct for this purpose. We urge all residents to make use of these stations for the disposal of regular waste.

However, it is important to note that a permit is required for the use of these sanitation stations. Residents can obtain a three-month permit for a nominal fee of $25 from our office. This permit will grant individuals access to the sanitation stations, facilitating the appropriate disposal of regular waste.

  • Peñitas Station: 1224 W. Military Road, Peñitas, Texas 78576
  • Los Ebanos Station: 8110 N. Los Ebanos Road, Mission, Texas 78574
  • Sullivan City Station: 1220 F.M. 886, Sullivan City, Texas 78565

Our priority now shifts to addressing the remaining storm-related brush for those residents with pending work orders. We are committed to expediting the clearance of storm debris and ensuring a safe and clean environment for all residents.

In order to maintain efficient drainage systems and prevent any potential blockages, we kindly request that residents refrain from removing additional brush and obstructing drainage ditches. By adhering to this request, we can collectively mitigate the risk of drainage issues during future storms.

We would like to express our appreciation for the understanding and cooperation demonstrated by Precinct 3 residents. If you have any inquiries or require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our office. 

Together, we can continue to build a resilient community.

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