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Outer loop moving forward

by | Sep 12, 2019 | Area news

Plans in works, bond will fund project

Yes, a Collin County outer loop is under construction, but don’t get too excited if you live in Farmers­ville or Princeton. It’s being built in segments, and the east side is not yet on the drawing board.

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April Towery • [email protected]

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