Street work will be stepped up in Fort Worth with money found from previous bond programs.
Street work will be stepped up in Fort Worth with money found from previous bond programs. Rodger Mallison Star-Telegram
Street work will be stepped up in Fort Worth with money found from previous bond programs. Rodger Mallison Star-Telegram

It’s hard for Fort Worth to overlook having lost $52.6 million

April 14, 2016 05:48 PM

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