The Downtown Bryan Association starts a month of holiday activities Friday evening with it’s “Lights On” promotion. Events manager Amanda Reynolds says dignitaries throw the switch at 6:15 at Sale Park that includes lighting two Christmas trees. After the lights are turned on, there is a walking parade with Santa and the Salvation Army band […]
The cost of future streets, waterlines, and wastewater lines in College Station could be paid by those directly affected by the improvements…instead of the city at large. The city council has directed staff to move forward with its third study in the last six years on impact fees. The council was told that […]
College Station City Councilman John Nichols discussed a Brazos Central Appraisal District proposal for a new building and land, taking a third look in six years at impact fees for new construction, and more during his weekly visit on The Infomaniacs Friday, November 20. Click below to listen to Representative John Nichols’ discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.
Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski visited with Scott DeLucia on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs Wednesday, November 18 2015. Topics included Bryan’s new ambulance discount for uninsured patients, opportunities for public input in the city’s next comprehensive plan and master parks plan, a recap of this month’s city council election, and a reminder of upcoming events.
The College Station Police Department released dashcam footage from Officer Patricia Marty’s vehicle. Her actions, combined with those of Texas A&M Transportation Services employees Joel Luce and Greg Stuenkel (previous story), were called heroic. ACCOUNT COURTESY OF COLLEGE STATION POLICE: On November 14, 2015 at 5:27 AM College Station Police officers were dispatched to the […]
Officials with the Brazos Central Appraisal District will meet with the county commission next Tuesday seeking support of its proposal to buy land and build its own offices. That announcement was made by two BCAD board members who met with the College Station ISD (CSISD) school board earlier this week. BCAD representatives John Flynn and […]
Congressman Bill Flores of Bryan visited with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia on Wednesday, November 18 2015 about legislation that puts a pause on the Middle Eastern refugee program, the impact of continuing lower gas prices in the oil industry, and co-sponsoring legislation that forces the TSA to allow concealed carry permits as acceptable identification.
The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) has announced awarding 73 new grants totaling approximately $112 million dollars. Members of the Texas A&M University System received almost $2.5 million dollars from four grants. Two are going to the Health Science Center, a third to the flagship campus, and the fourth to AgriLife Research. […]
A local developer now has the green light to proceed on a major master planned community on the east side of Bryan. Brazos County Commissioners on Tuesday approved an economic development with the company owned by Don Adam for the Oakmont community. Up to 800 homes will be built in the area that is generally […]
The city of Bryan writes off $1.7 million dollars a year from people without insurance who don’t pay for using fire department ambulances. A city council majority at its last meeting voted to lower ambulance bills as a trial to see if that will increase collections from those users. The one year experiment was proposed […]