Bryan now has more specific definitions of what constitutes an adult business. The city council gave its final approval Tuesday night to changes to the zoning ordinance that removes ambiguous language and replaces it with detailed criteria defining adult bars, bookstores and theaters.
In other action, the council removed from the agenda a $120,000 feasibility study for the city's southwest corner. The original recommendation was to hire a consultant to look into economic opportunities that would mesh with Traditions and the Texas A&M Health Science Center campus.
The council directed staff to lower the dollar amount and place the item on the agenda for a special Monday meeting.
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