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Brazoria County takes its name from the Brazos River, which flows through the county and is the eleventh longest river in the United States. Although the river was once used primarily for navigation before the American Civil War, it is a source of irrigation and power today. Brazoria County is a great place to live and work.
Brazoria County is the home to many United States Congressmen such as Kay Bailey Hutchison, John Cornyn, Ron Paul, and Pete Olson. Alongside the active political contribution that Brazoria County offers, there are many wonderful cities to visit! Such cities include Alvin, Richwood, Sandy Point, Sweeny, Manvel, Lack Jackson, Danbury, and Brookside Village.
If you are facing legal trouble in Brazoria County, there are many Brazoria County lawyers in your area that are ready to assist you. These attorneys are skilled in areas of law such as DUI, divorce, child custody, automobile accidents, contracts, business, real estate, alimony, personal injury, and many more.
The residents of a Brazoria County city can breathe more easily now after a lawsuit was settled between the city of Pearland and a local landfill. The lawsuit arose when the citizens of Brazoria County became concerned with the landfill operator’s plan to expand his landfill which is near a residential population. The expansion plans called for both lateral expansion, as well as a permit to pile up the refuse 90 feet higher than the site was allowed to previously. The Brazoria County city filed a lawsuit on behalf of its residents and a settlement was recently reached between the parties. Under the agreement, the company is only allowed to take in half of the waste it planned on, and it must cover the pile with at least four inches of dirt at the close of every day to prevent the odor from escaping.
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