The ROO
(Restricted Occupancy Overlay)
College Station has plenty of places
where students can live, and that's appropriate.

 
The problem is that College Station has not reserved a place for families, young professional, retirees and others who do not desire the student lifestyle. That needs to change.
The term "two unrelated" refers to a common practice used by cities to limit the number of unrelated individuals living in a residence to maintain the integrity of single-family neighborhoods.
CLICK to view a 4 min. video, A Place for Families, explaining the proposed two-unrelated rule or ROO (Restricted Occupancy Overlay)
The video, with narration, will open in YouTube.
CLICK to read CSAN's Recommendation on the proposed Restricted Occupancy Overlay (ROO)
CLICK to read CSAN's detailed analysis of the two-unrelated issue.
CLICK to see how Bryan is addressing the issue.