Trans-Texas Corridor is not dead
The Trans-Texas Corridor is not dead, and neither is Loop 9, the 12-lane toll road sister-project that is slated to cut through parts of Glenn Heights, Oak Leaf, Cedar Hill, Lancaster, Red Oak and DeSoto.
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#1 Nov 23, 2009
I live in red oak and have not yet seen the map that is supposed to cut through our homestead can you show us a map so that we may get an idea as to where we stand to lose.
#2 Nov 24, 2009
It will be comin' right up your arse, biatch. Us Mescans will be living in yo house soon enuF!
#3 Nov 25, 2009
too bad there cant be a sharing of serious information about this here in this forum. I would obviously like to know more due to the fact I am looking to buy a home in Lake Ridge.
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