BRYAN CITY COUNCIL: City Budget For 2022 Approved In End Of Year Meeting

The Bryan City Council held a special meeting on December 29th. The meeting was called to order followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.

Council first moved to approve the minutes from the previous meeting that took place on December 20th before moving to hear concerns of the public.

With no one present wishing to speak, council moved to approve the following ordinances.

Ordinance 59-2021 to provide for annual appropriations for The City of Bryan, for the fiscal year ending December 31st, 2022, and declaring an emergency.

Ordinance 60-2021 authorizing the salary ranges and classifications in the compensation program for The City of Bryan, amending Ordinance 65-2020 and repealing any portion of the ordinances inconsistent therewith, and declaring an emergency.

Comments were then given from members of council regarding the budget. It was stated that the budget for this coming year was done very well and passed heavy scrutiny.

Council members also wished everyone a Happy New Year before moving to adjourn for the evening.


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