Brian and Amanda Light have transformed the historic Downtown Bryan Ice House from a vacant building into a lively, bustling farm-to-table restaurant that has become a go-to spot for entertainment. That’s why the Lights, owners of Ronin Restaurant, were honored with the 2019 Mayor’s Downtown Impact Award.
When: 6 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019
Where: City of Bryan Municipal Office Building, Basement Training Room, 300 S. Texas Ave.
Members of the community are invited to attend the next meeting of the City of Bryan Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC).
The meeting’s agenda includes discussion of ongoing projects by the city’s Community Development Services Department and the five-year consolidated planning process.
CDAC and the Community Development Services Department administer federal funds received by the city from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development through the Community Development Block Grant and Home Investment Partnerships Program. This funding supports eligible programs and activities addressing local needs and priorities, which are primarily for the benefit low to moderate-income households. Eligible activities are funded and evaluated in accordance with grant regulations and the current, City Council-approved Annual Action Plan and 5-year Consolidated Plan. Currently funded programs include:
- Homeowner major rehabilitation/reconstruction
- Homeowner minor repair
- Voluntary demolition assistance
- Homebuyer down payment assistance
- Nonprofit community housing development organizations
- Nonprofit public service agencies and public facilities
For more information, please call 979.209.5175, or email CommunityDevelopmentWeb@Bryantx.gov.