While most everybody at this week’s town hall meeting seemed in agreement that Navasota’s roads and other infrastructure needs some work, it didn’t look like anyone wanted to pay for it.
Among the scores of residents who poured through the VFW Hall Tuesday night was local realtor Dell Martinez. She said she wants an equitable solution for everyone and hopes the city won’t raise taxes.
Mirroring Martinez’s sentiments, fellow Navasotan J.D. Hodges told Navasota News he’s hoping city staff will figure it out.
Navasota Mayor Bert Miller agreed he’s against raising taxes, too. But the point of the Town Hall, he explained, was to inform people of what is necessary, and then gather their ideas about how to work our communal infrastructure problems out.
The next and final Town Hall meeting takes place from 5:30 to 7:30 Tuesday evening October 25th in the Navasota Public Library.