David McDavid Lincoln Automotive is opening a new dealership at 6600 SH 121 sometime in fall 2021. The dealership will offer new and used car sales, car parts, servicing for vehicles and other services. www.mcdavidplanolincoln.com.
David McDavid Lincoln Automotive to open Frisco location in fall 2021
David McDavid Lincoln Automative will open a new Frisco location sometime in fall 2021. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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FISD staff will see raises and one-time stipends as well as access to a future, free health clinic.
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