Area residents are invited to participate in the fall household hazardous waste collection event on Saturday from 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Texas A&M University General Services Building. The free event is open to Brazos Valley residents and offers safe disposal of a wide range of household hazardous wastes. Additional event information and a complete list of accepted materials can be found at twinoakslandfill.com. Continue reading Household Hazardous Waste event set for Saturday
You’ve seen the eyesores. The piles of garbage, tires, paint cans, and appliances that someone carelessly dumped by the side of the road or in an open field. The practice is illegal, but it still happens far too often, despite the threat of substantial fines and even jail time. Here are four ways you can help us be friendlier to our environment and keep our community clean.
The end of the spring semester means many Texas A&M and Blinn students are graduating and preparing to move out of their apartments and houses. As part of the process, they discover they no longer need much of what they’ve accumulated through their college years. For the City of College Station’s Code Enforcement Division, that can lead to problems. Continue reading Moving out? Consider the options for your unwanted stuff
This is a live blog from the College Station City Council’s workshop and regular meetings on Thursday, July 12. It is not the official minutes.
The workshop and regular meetings can be watched live on Suddenlink Ch. 19, or online. An archive of previous council meetings also is available on the site.
The workshop meeting has started.
Private Landfill Public Meeting Update
The council heard an update on a public meeting set for Friday, July 19 about a proposed permit for a private landfill within College Station’s extraterritorial jurisdiction. The applicant and representatives from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality will attend the public meeting at 7 p.m. at the Brazos County Expo Complex.