Bryan City Council: Approval Given For DORA In Downtown

The Bryan City Council held their meeting on Monday, November 15th at 5:30 p.m. The meeting was called to order followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Minutes from the previous meeting that took place on November 1st were then approved.

With no members of the public present to speak, council moved on to the clerk treasurers report which was also approved.

Council then moved to hear matters of legislation with Ordinance 47-2021 being discussed. The ordinance is in regard to the creation of an outdoor refreshment area (DORA) for downtown Bryan, enacting regulations for the DORA and declaring an emergency.

A discussion then took place regarding public opinion for the DORA being in operation during the jubilee. A motion was then made to suspend the rules which passed followed by a motion to approve the ordinance which also passed.

Next, council heard a request for permission to post for a new Police Chief. A motion was then made to approve the request which passed followed by comments from board members.

Council thanked everyone and wished everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. A motion was then made to adjourn for the evening which passed.

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