The Board of Directors of Bryan Texas Utilities (BTU) voted to extend a rate-reduction measure, which was originally set to expire at the end of May. The reduction of the power supply adjustment by one-half will result in an approximate 15% reduction in electric costs for customers.
The final numbers are in for the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF) Games of Texas. The Olympic-style events were held in Bryan and College Station on July 25-29, with members of the Bryan Parks and Recreation Department joining members of the College Station Parks and Recreation Department and Texas A&M to plan and host the event.
There were 8,461 athletes who participated, with about 20,000 coaches, family members, and friends also visiting the Bryan-College Station area and pumping an estimated $8.1 million into the local economy.
- Read more about the Games of Texas economic impact on the City of College Station’s blog
- View photos from the TAAF Games of Texas
We want to thank all of our partners and volunteers, including the College Station Parks and Recreation Department, Texas A&M, TAAF liaisons, commissioners, and Texas Army National Guard Warriors. We appreciate all of your hard work and support that made this such a successful event for the Bryan-College Station area.