Billiard Factory planned to open in Pflugerville by end of 2021
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By Brian Rash
Pflugerville City Council considered options for emergency medical services, or EMS, and advanced life support, or ALS, as part of a process in part necessitated by ongoing talks with Travis County Emergency Services District No. 2 during a July 27 meeting.
APH also mirrors the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's latest guidance for vaccinated individuals to wear masks in some circumstances.
A 43-acre plat of undeveloped land west of the Living Spaces warehouse in Pflugerville has been rezoned to allow for more flexibility for future development.
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The letter, spearheaded by Rep. Vikki Goodwin, called upon Gov. Greg Abbott and Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath to permit school districts to enact mask mandates and provide virtual learning options.
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Need a coffee break? Dutch Bros Coffee and three other businesses are expected to have construction complete this fall.
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