Texas Moves to Stop Border Wall in State Park

Texas Parks and Wildlife is asking for the public’s help in order to stop the government’s plans for a border wall through a state park.

KRGV reported that board members from the agency were in the Rio Grande Valley for hearings Tuesday and Wednesday.

The government plans to build a border wall on the levee that could cut access to Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park.

The future of the park and whether it will stay open remains a big question.

The government says it will build 9,000 feet of fencing; the agency says that will cut off the visitor’s center from the park.

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