A Fort Worth street sweeper picks up broken glass downtown following the March 2000 tornado. The City Council has approved “standby” contracts for natural disasters.
A Fort Worth street sweeper picks up broken glass downtown following the March 2000 tornado. The City Council has approved “standby” contracts for natural disasters. Ken Lawdermilk Star-Telegram archives
A Fort Worth street sweeper picks up broken glass downtown following the March 2000 tornado. The City Council has approved “standby” contracts for natural disasters. Ken Lawdermilk Star-Telegram archives

Fort Worth setting up standby contracts for emergency services

October 18, 2016 07:26 PM

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