Pete Alvarez

MCALLEN, Texas – “Pedro “Pete” Alvarez, the Pharr District engineer for TxDOT, recently gave a presentation on the projects his office is currently working on in the Rio Grande Valley.

The presentation was made at a State of Real Estate Forum that was hosted by Edwards Abstract & Title Co. and held at the McAllen Convention Center. The presentation lasted just under 20 minutes. 

After the presentation, Alvarez took questions from the audience. The questions included topics such as I-69, a 2nd Causeway for South Padre Island, and toll roads.

Editor’s Note: The above news story and podcast concludes a four part series on the presentation TxDOT’s Pete Alvarez made a recent State of Real Estate Forum hosted by Edwards Abstract. Click here to read Part One, which focused on I-69. Click here to read Part Two, which focused on a 2nd Causeway for South Padre Island. Click here to listen to Part Three, which is a podcast featuring everything Alvarez said in his presentation.

Editor’s Note: The main image accompanying the above news story shows members of the audience at the State of Real Estate RGV Forum hosted by Edwards Abstract. (Photo: Elva Jackson Garza/Edwards Abstract & Title Co.)

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