Bryan City Council Allows Neighborhood Business on Two Tie VotesFeatured Stories, News Wednesday, December 12th, 2012
A Bryan woman’s desire to operate a beauty shop out of her home was unanimously supported by the Planning and Zoning Commission.
But one neighbor appealed the recommendation to the City Council. And due to a pair of tie votes, the council Tuesday night upheld the P&Z decision.
Speakers included the applicant, Cassandra Jones.
BryCoun121112cupCJ.mp3Comments from Cassandra Jones.
Aaron Kerrs was one of two opponents who spoke at the council meeting.
BryCoun121112cupAK.mp3Comments from Aaron Kerrs.
The three voting to reverse the P&Z recommendation were newly elected councilman Greg Owens, Richard Cortez, and Mayor Jason Bienski.
BryCoun121112cupGO.mp3Comments from Greg Owens.
Supporting the P&Z vote were Paul Madison, Chuck Konderla, and Ann Horton.
BryCoun121112cupPM.mp3Comments from Paul Madison.
The first tie vote was to uphold the P&Z recommendation and the second was to reject it.
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