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City of Bryan Gets Help From Neighbors on Signal Repairs

By: Joe Brown Email
By: Joe Brown Email

A couple of neighbors are helping out the city of Bryan during its hour of need.

This week's death of longtime employee Alex Constancio left Bryan without an experienced, traffic signal repairman. That's when the city of College Station and the Texas Department of Transportation stepped in to fill the vacancy.

Through a mutual aid agreement between the cities and state, College Station or TxDOT will be on call for Bryan for any traffic light problems. Bryan also backs up College Station if needed.


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