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This is Falfurrias, Texas

Falfurrias is the county seat of Brooks County, Texas, United States. The town is named for founder Edward Cunningham Lasater's ranch, La Mota de Falfurrias. In 1893, the Falfurrias ranch was one of the largest in Texas at some 350,000 acres.

The city is centered around the intersection of U.S. Highway 281 and State Highway 285 and is approximately 81 miles southwest of Corpus Christi, 90 miles southeast of Laredo, and 36 miles south of Alice. Population was 6,200 as of 2010.

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City looks to long-term saving on electricity costs with new lighting system

John Philips of Enviro-Light Solutions presented their energy audit for the City of Falfurrias. Philips proposed that switching over to LED lighting would save the City money in energy costs.  He said there would be no up-front cost for the City.  Their five-year plan would more than pay for itself because the monthly payment would be less than the money saved on the City’s electricity to AEP. The City would also receive approximately $8,000 in rebate from AEP for its effort to “Go Green.”
Utilities Cost of Service
Jeff Snowden with Capex Consulting made a detailed presentation of their Utilities Cost of Service study for the City of Falfurrias.  He presented it to the Falfurrias City Council at their regular meeting on Nov. 5. The study included a gas, water and wastewater rate study as well as a long term financial plan.
Alderman David Longoria made a motion to accept the resignations of City of Falfurrias Police Officers Kevin Martínez and Robert González. The motion passed with a second from Alderman Manuel Pérez.

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