BRYAN, TX — Big changes are coming to the Bryan Municipal Lake.
The City is moving forward with its plans to drain, excavate and improve the lake starting this summer.
The changes to the lake and park is something many residents have wanted to see after past environmental problems. The project in expected to cost more than $10 million.
"I think what folks should take away from this is that we're trying to clean up whats left of the lake," said Paul Kaspar, Bryan City Engineer. "When we expand the lake, we want to make sure that we're investing these tax dollars in to a lake project that will serve for years to come."
The first phase of the lake draining will begin in April, however weather can delay this process.