NETEX to consider computer mapping

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Property boundaries, mile posts could help group operate

  • Hopkins County NETEX representative Neal Barker (left) reviews a map of property in Lavon with Freedom Rail Vice President Jeff Lederer (right) as Mount Vernon Optic-Herald reporter Lillie Bush-Reeves looks on. With mapping by a company such as RAMS, the need for paper maps such as this would be obsolete for the group/ Staff photo by Taylor Nye
    Hopkins County NETEX representative Neal Barker (left) reviews a map of property in Lavon with Freedom Rail Vice President Jeff Lederer (right) as Mount Vernon Optic-Herald reporter Lillie Bush-Reeves looks on. With mapping by a company such as RAMS, the need for paper maps such as this would be obsolete for the group/ Staff photo by Taylor Nye
The Northeast Texas Rural Rail Transportation District heard a proposal from Railway Auditing and Management Services (RAMS) regarding right-of-way management, among other items of business at their regular Oct. 1 meeting held at Sulphur Springs City Hall. After opening the meeting at 1:30 p.m. with a prayer for guidance from chairman Judge Brian Lee of Titus County, the board opened the floor…

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