Bryan City Council is ready to take the next step in a tax increment reinvestment zone on the east side of Texas 6.
Council will consider appointing a board of directors for the zone south of Briarcrest Drive and east of Texas 6.
The board is necessary after council approved the zone's creation at a recent meeting.
The zone will allow city tax revenues to be used for infrastructure improvements on a more than 280 acre tract.
Some 60 acres of that tract is already targeted for development, including the construction of a new Target store.
The nine member board will likely be made up of six city council appointees, one county appointee, one nominated by State Representative Fred Brown, and another nominated by State Senator Steve Odgen.