Mayor Nancy Berry wants voters in College Station to remember there are city initiatives at the end of their ballots this election season.
Berry was on Brazos Valley This Morning Wednesday and reminded voters that there are non-partisan issues that still require their attention.
Early voting begins on Oct. 22 to Nov. 2.
See Mayor Berry's entire interview in the video player.
Berry also talked about the smooth transition new city council members John Nichols and James Benham are getting. Both are running unopposed in the November election. City staff already has been briefing the two on various issues, facilitating meetings with department directors and providing tours of facilities.
|MONDAY, DECEMBER 9|
|Beth Lawrence - St. Thomas Early Learning Center Fun Run|
|Jessica Guidry - Christmas on the Brazos|
|Theresa Mangapora - Food for Families Food Drive|
|Reason to Smile - Send in Your Smiles|
|TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10|
|Brooke Conrad - United Way Campaign|
|Jeff Paradowski - Bikes for Kids|
|Mayor Jason Bienski - City of Bryan|
|WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11|
|KBTX Food for Families Food Drive|
|THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12|
|Michael Browder & Gloria Cooks - Pre Appreciation Concert featuring Pastor Beverly Crawford|
|Jay Socol - City of College Station|
|From the Ground Up - Click Here for Stories|
|Half Price Thursday - Click Here for Deals|
|FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13|
|B/CS Chamber of Commerce|
|BFD Elf on the Shelf|
|Jayla Fry - Click for Weekend Gardener|
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