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Bryan seeks citizen participation

Bryan leaders are urging residents to serve the city through involvement in one of 19 boards and committees in the city.

Residency in Bryan is typically required, but there are a few boards where membership is open to any Brazos County resident. Some boards do require members have certain skills and experience.

Boards such as Historic Landmark Commission, the Park and Recreation Board and the Planning and Zoning Commission help the City Council govern Bryan.

“ The council wants to appoint people who love Bryan and truly want to make a difference,” Mayor Ernie Wentrcek said.

The deadline to apply is Oct. 31.

Applications are available at the Bryan Municipal Building, the Bryan Public Library, at some downtown businesses and online at www.bryantx.gov by clicking the “Boards and Commissions” link. Completed applications can be hand-delivered to the Municipal Building, faxed to 979-209-5003 or mailed to the address listed.

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