A review of this weekend's Texas Reds Festival in Downtown Bryan is among the items on the Bryan city council's agenda Tuesday night.
A new, more in-depth ordinance regulating adult businesses in the city will be read for a second time. It gained approval on its first reading at the last meeting, this following a public hearing on the matter. If approved this next time, it'll go into effect.
Also, the council could sign off on a $120,000 feasibility study on how the southwest corner of the city should be properly developed as the A&M Health Science Center and other businesses pour in.
Plus, an armored tactical transport unit could be approved for purchase for the police department. A Homeland Security grant would help pay for it.
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