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Ron Shelby

Since they have the largest population in the county: What kind of public housing is in League City compared to the other cities in the county?

Don Schlessinger

There's no requirement for them to have public housing. They send all their public housing problems to Galveston, great deal for League City, not so for the island.

Ray Taft

According to the U.S. Census Bureau numbers presented for cites (total of 312,124) in this article and Galveston County population estimates of 337,890 online at the USCB, that means there are about 25,766 people living in unincorporated areas in Galveston County.

A larger number than many cities. How about TDN and the county pay more attention to unincorporated areas!

Michelle Aycoth

8,000 homes flooded during Harvey, why would anybody want to live in this prone city !
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