There was no announcement Friday regarding the twin cities' great landfill debate.
After two days of negotiations, the cities of Bryan and College Station will still meet with a mediator on Monday concerning their co-owned landfill.
Both cities say they have made a lot of progress, but will issue a joint statement after the 3:00 p.m. meeting.
The meeting, which will be held at the Brazos Valley Council of Governments, is open to the public.
Bryan has asked for an injunction against College Station preventing them from continuing the bidding process for a new landfill site.
Bryan is accusing College Station of not allowing them to be in on key decisions involving the landfill, and not including Bryan on the contract for the new Twin Oaks landfill.
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