The Trans-Pecos Pipeline

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Sarah Martinez, employment agent for Workforce Solutions in Presidio, Texas. Many residents of Presidio, where the Trans-Pecos Pipeline will cross into Mexico, are in favor of the project. They hope that construction will bring employment to the area. "We've got around 150 men on the books waiting for work. We have the lowest employment rate in the region, somewhere around 8.27%," says Martinez.

Sarah Martinez, employment agent for Workforce Solutions in Presidio, Texas. Many residents of Presidio, where the Trans-Pecos Pipeline will cross into Mexico, are in favor of the project. They hope that construction will bring employment to the area. "We've got around 150 men on the books waiting for work. We have the lowest employment rate in the region, somewhere around 8.27%," says Martinez.