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Cabin Park Gets New Look From Boy Scouts Troop 92Bryson's park area received a great improvement by Troop 92 of Graham, Texas. Scouts helped clean up around the cabin, pull weeds from the circular flower bed, and add eminities to the landscape. They added two picnic tables and stationary grills for visitors to enjoy and erected a flag pole at the corner of the cabin. All the items were donated or bought with money donated from donors. Scout Zeb Parham of Bryson organized this project in conjunction with his efforts to obtaining an Eagle Scout badge. This is the hightest honor a scout can recieve in the Boy Scouts of America Organization.
Notice of Texas Community Development Block Grant Program (TxCDBG)The City of Bryson will be submitting application to the Texas Department of Rural Affairs for a Texas Community Development Block Grant Program (TxCDBG) grant. As a requirement in the scoring process to qualify for this grant, the City must have a current Survey of Percentages of Moderate to Low-Income Households within the City Limits.
Let this serve as a courtesy notice that the City Secretary of the City of Bryson will be conducting a random door-to-door survey as per these requirements. The information requested for this survey will include the physical address, number of people in the household and household income information only. No personal identification of the families within the household will be taken.* This is a very simple survey and will take less than five minutes of your time.
Thank you for your cooperation.
* To protect your privacy, please do not give out your personal information to anyone that you do not know. The City of Bryson has appointed only one person to complete this survey. If you are unsure, always ask to see identification.
Avoid Home Damage from Frozen PipesTexas weather can change quickly, especially in the winter. A fast-moving cold front can cause temperatures to drop below freezing within hours. Outdoor pipes, pipes in unheated areas, and pipes that run along uninsulated exterior walls can burst if the water in them freezes and expands. This can shatter pipe seals or the pipes themselves, sending water pouring through your house. You can avoid thousands of dollars of damage to your walls, ceilings, carpets, and furniture by taking a few simple measures to protect your home.