Round Rock Premium Outlets Disney Store to close on or before Sept. 15
The Round Rock Premium Outlets Disney Store location will be closing on or before Sept. 15, according to the company. (Brooke Sjoberg/Community Impact Newspaper)
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By Brooke Sjoberg | | Updated
The following commercial permits for new businesses or renovations to existing ones have been filed in the past two weeks through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.
The downtown Round Rock location of Lamppost Coffee will reopen "the week of Sept. 27," according to signage recently added to the front door.
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This agreement outlines how the city will conduct business with its police officers, as far as practices and functions that are appropriate to the governing body operating in a "responsible and effective manner."
Once completed, Kenney Fort Boulevard will be one of few north-south thoroughfares in the city with a limited number of intersections, which Transportation Director Gary Hudder said will affect the quickness with which drivers can cut through the city.
The Round Rock City Council gave final approval for the rezoning of a 110.54-acre plot of land from mixed use to planned use development.
Here are some of the permits that have been filed in the past week through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.
Make plans to take advantage of all that Round Rock has to offer this weekend, including a downtown art show, outdoor movie night and stargazing event.
Brunch, anyone? Gather your friends and family this weekend at a local Round Rock eatery to enjoy good food, memory making and mimosas.