Edge Residents Still Fighting Alcohol License

By: Ashlea Sigman Email
By: Ashlea Sigman Email

Earlier this week, News 3 told you about the alcohol license approved for a racetrack to be built in the Brazos County community of Edge.

Now it appears some people who live near the racetrack, aren't ready to give up the fight.

Attorney Wayne Rife says he'll meet Tuesday night with residents opposed to the alcohol license. The meeting is set for 7:30 at the Edge Community Center.

Rife says they'll discuss possible future legal options. A similar meeting in February drew a crowd of about 200.

Rife says he's currently representing 28 Edge residents, some of whom have formed the Greater Edge Homeowners and Landowners Protection Group.

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