Many of Bryan's neighborhood associations got a chance to discuss the city's neighborhood preservation ordinance.
Councilman Mike Southerland hosted the meeting Thursday to look at the plan, which allows neighborhood associations to apply to change the number of unrelated residents that can live in a house. Many who attended applauded the change and gave suggestions on how the ordinance could be changed further.
"I plan to have it quarterly just as the input so they can address their concerns to me and I can address my concerns to them, things that we need to make work easier or better," Southerland said.
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