NEW BIZ PARK IN SOUTH TX

BORDER REPORT’S SANDRA SANCHEZ ON MAY 2, 2022, WAS AT THE GROUNDBREAKING FOR A NEW INDUSTRIAL BUSINESS PARK ON THE TEXAS/MEXICO BORDER IN MISSION, TEXAS. IT’S AN AREA WHERE MANY BUSINESSES AND HOMEOWNERS RELOCATED FROM IN 2014 DURING THE FIRST MIGRANT SURGE IN THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY. NOW THEY WANT TO ATTRACT BUSINESSES AS THE ANZALDUAS INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE GOES COMMERCIAL IN 2023. INTERVIEWS WITH U,S. REP HENRY CUELLAR, D-TX, AND MISSION CITY MANAGER RANDY PEREZ. (SANDRA SANCHEZ/BORDER REPORT VIDEO)

NEW BIZ PARK IN SOUTH TX

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