Tuesday night, Bryan's city council could take action on a proposed five-year plan of potential projects for the city with a general fund price tag of $40 million.
The proposed capital improvement plan includes two phases of construction in Downtown Bryan that would total $13 million out of the general fund. Replacement of sidewalks, pavement and sewer lines are among the changes proposed, along with landscaping.
The complete reconstruction of College Main is one of many roads projects possible, as is the construction of a new Fire Station 2.
The council has the option to approve the plan or make changes to it. A link to more information is provided below.
Trash talk also continues Tuesday. Closed door discussion on Bryan's suit against College Station will take place Tuesday night, this all over their jointly-owned landfill.
Talks between the two sides continues as they work to avoid a courtroom battle.
Just recently, College Station's leaders offered a meeting between the two city's councils in order to try and find common ground in the dispute. The earliest that could take place due to schedules is in mid-August.
Bryan contends College Station has not provided them the opportunity to approve budgets or to be involved in key issues surrounding the Brazos Valley Solid Waste Management Agency.
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