This week News 3 found out that Bryan Texas Utilities executive Kean Register lost his position at the city-owned electric company. And next week the Bryan City Council will address the matter.
Register also serves as interim City Manager for Bryan.
On Tuesday the council is scheduled to speak on the duties and responsibilities of Register in the city position.
The following morning council members meet to consider how BTU employees are hired and fired.
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