As trash talks between Bryan and College Station continue over their joint landfill, there appears to be some progress.
College Station officials have agreed to extend the bid deadline for the new Twin Oaks landfill an extra month to late September, this as the two cities attempt to work out their disagreement.
The new landfill is needed because the Rock Prairie location is close to capacity, but Bryan has sued College Station,with Bryan claiming its leaders have not been allowed a say in key landfill issues.
As we told you earlier this week, the two city councils are planning to meet together to try and find an agreement before the case goes to court. meeting is tentatively looking like it will take place August 25, and would only involved elected leaders, not city staff.
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