Regional
1:14 pm
Sat August 29, 2009

Border Patrol Station Planned For Lordsburg

Lordsburg – The State Land Office has sold 25 acres of state trust land near Interstate 10 in Hidalgo County for $750,000 to federal officials who are planning to build a Border Patrol station.
The facility will accommodate up to 350 agents and employees. It will have an administration building, vehicle maintenance shop and fueling station, equestrian center, dog kennels and a firing range.
State Land Commissioner Patrick Lyons says there's a possibility the station also could include a heliport pad.

Copyright 2009 The Associated Press.