Monday night, city leaders will meet to discuss applying for the grant from the Texas Capital Fund. That would pay for a water line to the facility at a cost of about $250,000.
The travel center would be built at Highways 148 and 287 by Victron Energy based in Waxahachie. Henrietta Economic Development officials say the center would include restaurants, a convenience store, fuel pumps and lots of parking.
The meeting is set for Monday night at 7 at Henrietta City Hall on North Main Street.
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