1. Plano residents can attend 2018 State of the City for free
Plano residents can attend the annual state of the city address Thursday evening, where they can hear from Mayor Harry LaRosiliere about the city’s successes in the last year, as well as meet city council members.
The address will be from 7-8 p.m. Thursday at the Courtyard Theater, 1509 H Avenue. Admission is free, and seats are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. City departments will also be available for a public meet-and-greet before the address at 6 p.m.
2. Plano City Council to consider approving funds to add new bike lanes throughout the city
The Plano City Council will consider an expenditure Monday evening that would pave the way for the construction of new bike paths at four locations throughout the city.
The Plano Parks and Recreation Department's trail planner Christina Sebastian says she expects the project to take approximately four months when it begins.
If the funds are approved, the project will add the side paths in these four areas:
-Coit Road between Hearst Castle Way and Quincy Lane
-Coit Road at Tulane Drive and Matterhorn Drive
-Independence Parkway between Micarta Drive and Caravan Drive
-Park Boulevard between Rio Grande Drive and Country Place Drive
3. Everything Collin County voters need to know ahead of the March primaries
In a partnership with the Texas Tribune, Community Impact Newspaper’s Frisco reporter Nicole Luna has compiled information to inform Collin County residents where, when and how to vote in the 2018 March primaries.
If you are interested in learning whether you have registered to vote, when early voting begins, and more about voter ID requirements, click here.