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Although this post speaks about specific College Station, TX issues, the point is applicable to everyone that lives somewhere that is affected by "politics."
Alright, we've got two men, Dennis Maloney and Larry Stewart, that will be sworn onto the city council next week. Unfortnately, Derek Dicston, one of the candidates that lost, opted to resign from his seat on the College Station Planning and Zoning Commission.
According to the article: Dennis Maloney is suggesting forming a committee of home builders, city staff, and council members to streamline development processes. John Cromptom doesn't seem to feel that there is problem. Larry Stewart is on a crash course of getting up to speed on city policies and ordinances.
Additionally, this Friday (May 23), Mayor Ben White is having his "Coffee with the Mayor." He wants to discuss issues that are concerning the development community.
Now is the time for the real estate and development community to become even more involved. We need to communicate with the council members. Let them know what the problems are and maybe offer some workable solutions. We need to let Maloney and the other council members know that we LIKE the idea of streamlining development processes. We need to give Dr. Cromptom specific examples of why the current process is not the optimal process. We need to take the time to get to know Mr. Stewart. More of us need to actually take the time to attend P&Z and council meetings on a regular basis. How else can we demonstrate that we care about what is going on? We, the people that live and work in College Station, need to be involved!
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