Economic Development Recruitment Reports at Bryan ISD and College Station City Council Meetings – WTAW
Recruitment in the area of economic development was discussed at recent meetings of the Bryan ISD School Board and the College Station City Council.
Bryan ISD receives over $2 million grant for more tools to combat dyslexia among K-3 students in the district. Before the IBSD Board accepted the grant, Board Chairman Mark McCall spoke about the importance of the grant in negotiating a future economic development agreement.
Click HERE to read and download Bryan ISD’s Dyslexia Fellowship presentation material.
College Station Councilman Dennis Maloney, who represents the city on the board of directors of the Brazos Valley Economic Development Corporation, relayed forward-looking information he heard from the BVEDC chairman that possibly a dozen manufacturers plan to move to the Twin Cities. This includes the possibility of a large facility in College Station’s Midtown Park. Maloney also reported that College Station is the 12th fastest growing city for small businesses in the United States and number one in Texas.
And College Station Mayor Karl Mooney told WTAW’s The Infomaniacs that he was talking to an unidentified company about being a partner in an indoor recreation center.
Click below for comments from Mark McCall, Dennis Maloney and Karl Mooney.