Bryan Council OKs Zoning Changes, Coulter Rehab

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Tuesday, Bryan's city council approved the first reading of three separate rezoning requests on the number of unrelated residents who can live in a home.

It is part of the new zoning classification voted for in April which allows neighborhoods to reduce unrelated residents from four to two.

The city has a list of some two-dozen neighborhoods wanting the number lowered in their area. That would affect about 800 homes.

Big changes are also coming to Coulter Airfield after the council approved a TxDOT grant that would provide for the rehabilitation of Coulter Airfield's runway.

The project would cost $883,000, of which the city would have to pay 10 percent.

TxDOT engineers have told the city the runway will need work done on it within the next two years.