Legacy Hall soft opening, plus 2 other things to know this week in Plano, Dec. 4-7

Plano's three-story Legacy Hall expects to open Dec 6. The hall will offer drinks and fare from local restaurant owners.

Plano's three-story Legacy Hall expects to open Dec 6. The hall will offer drinks and fare from local restaurant owners.

After completing the finishing touches on one of Legacy West's most anticipated projects, Legacy Hall is set to open to the public Wednesday. Read more about the opening plus two other things to know this week in Plano here:


1. Plano P&Z commissioners to vote over Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers support office expansion
Plano Planning and Zoning commissioners will vote over a proposed expansion of a Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers support office Monday. The potential expansion will add onto the existing three-story building and would also be three-stories tall. The office is located at 6800 Bishop Road, Plano.







2. Legacy Hall to open Wednesday

The highly anticipated massive food hall in Plano’s Legacy West, Legacy Hall at 7800 Windrose Ave., is expected to open Dec. 6.


A series of construction delays for the three-story food hall pushed back its original opening date, which was set for the end of October. Legacy Hall will include dining and drink options from more than 20 vendors, with selections from renowned Dallas chefs and local restaurants alike.


A separate grand-opening ceremony for Legacy Hall, which will debut its outdoor garden that doubles as a live-entertainment venue, is slated for sometime in spring 2018. http://legacyfoodhall.com


See the map compiled by Community Impact Newspaper to find your favorite vendors.

 





3. Application process for vacant Plano ISD trustee to be decided Thursday
Convening at a special called meeting, Plano ISD trustees will consider and possibly approve the application document for a now-vacant trustee seat. The meeting will take place Thursday at 8:30 p.m. at the Plano ISD Administration Building, 2700 W. 15th St.

The vacancy comes after former trustee Greg Myer’s resignation was approved Nov. 28. In his resignation letter to board President Missy Bender, Myer said he was stepping down for “personal reasons.” Myer declined requests from Community Impact Newspaper for further comment.

The vacancy will be filled through an open application process that will be open to the public, Bender said at the Nov. 28 meeting.