Residents air concerns over possible downtown code changes and more Pflugerville news

"To be honest, [downtown revitalization conversations] haven't changed very much," resident Chuck Lesniak said in a call with Community Impact Newspaper. "We're having the exact same conversation today about these code changes that we started having after the original downtown overlay." (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)
"To be honest, [downtown revitalization conversations] haven't changed very much," resident Chuck Lesniak said in a call with Community Impact Newspaper. "We're having the exact same conversation today about these code changes that we started having after the original downtown overlay." (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

"To be honest, [downtown revitalization conversations] haven't changed very much," resident Chuck Lesniak said in a call with Community Impact Newspaper. "We're having the exact same conversation today about these code changes that we started having after the original downtown overlay." (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Pflugerville residents voice concerns over potential downtown development code changes

For the past 15 years, Pflugerville resident Chuck Lesniak said, he has closely followed and engaged with city conversations surrounding downtown revitalization and development. The same conversations hosted by council in 2005, Lesniak said, mirror the ones held in Pflugerville's downtown code amendments virtual meeting Aug. 19.

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Kelsey Thompson contributed to this report.



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