Letters to the editor

Editor, the Advocate:

Who owns it? The property at the railroad underpass as you come into Goliad from the south on U. S. Highway 183 at Fannin Street could be a beautiful and great entrance to the city.

However, its stone walls are dirty and the brush is mangy, unkempt, and ugly. Is it the county’s, the city’s, TxDOT’s, or the Railroad company’s?

Who owns it? Whoever does should be responsible for cleaning and restoring it.

William Zermeno, Goliad

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Mary Ann Wenske

You know, I have always noticed that area also, as we have been to La Bahia over the last few years. I know Victoria has a "Keep Victoria Beautiful" group, and my town, Moulton used to have one. I bet that is city/state property. It's a high-traffic area. Maybe some volunteers working with the city/state could get that cleaned up. Even though we no longer have a Keep Moulton Beautiful, officially, volunteers still try to what they can for the town entrances. Thanks for calling attention to this.

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