Lots of people have an opinion about whether or not College Station should change its so-called roommate law. You can weigh in and hear what city staffers think should be done, Thursday, at the city council's workshop session.
The meeting starts Thursday afternoon at 3pm, at the College Station City Hall. Current city regulations limit the number of unrelated persons living together, to four.
In February, city staffers met with students, property owners, developers, and others to get their feedback. Thursday the staff will make recommendations to the city council.
The meeting is open to the public. If you'd like to give an opinion, get there early.
To take a look at the information city staffers will present, as well as take an online survey about the roommate issue, follow the link below:
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