More border residents receiving letters to survey their land for possible “border wall”

(KENS5) Property owners along the South Texas border are getting notices for the government to survey their lands for a possible border wall.

It’s a place along the U.S.-Mexico border that is used to the illegal crossing of immigrants, said Roma resident Felix Rodriguez. It’s a place that also lacks a border wall.

The 81-year-old often hears gunshots from across the border. He said it’s something residents living along the Rio Grande River in Starr County have gotten used to.

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