Bryan residents, the wait is almost over to get your copy of the city's water quality report.
Every city in Texas must make the reports available to the public, but Bryan city officials wanted to present the information in a captivating way. This is the third year that the report has been transformed into a calendar that spotlights those who work to ensure the city's water supply is safe.
One of the creators of the calendar is Bryan City Videographer Michael New. He says this year's comic book theme is a preview of next year's report.
"We decided to do kind of an introduction of our heroes and show the villains and explain them a little bit and then really kind of give us an easy way out next year to really advance on the idea," New said.
Residents can expect the calendar in their mailboxes at the beginning of July. Extra copies of the calendar will be available at the Bryan Municipal Building.
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