All Up In Your Business Podcast: The business of managing College Station

All Up In Your Business Podcast: The business of managing College Station

In this podcast episode, City Manager Bryan Woods and Public Communications Director Jay Socol cover topics ranging from the nature of Woods’ relationships with Texas A&M, the City of Bryan, and Brazos County, to the significantly different role the next city hall will have in the lives of College Station residents. Continue reading All Up In Your Business Podcast: The business of managing College Station

Podcast series explores city’s FY 21 proposed budget

Podcast series explores city’s FY 21 proposed budget

By Jay Socol, Public Communications Director

After a multi-month, coronavirus-inspired break, the All Up In Your Business podcast is back with a special miniseries: Four episodes that focus on College Station’s Fiscal Year 2021 proposed budget.

We’re calling it All Up In Your Budget.

Fiscal Services Director Mary Ellen Leonard joins me to dissect and explain the city’s 330-page budget document, including changes caused by COVID-19, how sustainable we think those are, and what it means to our residents. This budget year is like no other, and we want to make sure residents and taxpayers understand what’s in it, what’s not in it, and why. Continue reading “Podcast series explores city’s FY 21 proposed budget”

All Up In Your Business Podcast: What you should know about Costco

All Up In Your Business Podcast: What you should know about Costco

Earlier this week, we dropped a podcast episode that reviewed what’s new in, and what’s coming to, College Station. We teased an announcement that was expected later in the month — a development on 19 acres of city-owned land in College Station’s Midtown. Turns out later in the month is now: Costco Wholesale has filed a site plan for that location. Continue reading All Up In Your Business Podcast: What you should know about Costco