Missed any of our articles from this week? Take a look at what you might have missed from Community Impact’s coverage areas in Dallas-Fort Worth from Jan. 8-12.

New multifamily facility being planned near Trinity Falls development

Provident Realty Advisors, a Dallas-based development company, is working to bring a new multifamily facility to north McKinney, Director Glenn Lanier said in an email.

The project includes plans for a 324-unit complex with a leasing office, a clubhouse, a pool courtyard, a dog park, tuck-under garages and surface parking, according to a project registration with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. The project is estimated to cost $46 million.

Plano council approves specific-use permit for Porsche dealership

A zoning case was approved that would allow for a new car dealership in Plano to be constructed along the Dallas North Tollway.

Plano City Council approved a specific-use permit request that would allow for the development of a new Porsche dealership during the Jan. 8 meeting. Representatives of the project referred to it as Destination Porsche, which is set to be located along the southwest corner Tennyson Parkway and Dallas Parkway.

Keller ISD encourages residents to contact Gov. Greg Abbott on public education

In a Facebook post dated Jan. 10, Keller ISD officials urged residents to send a letter to Gov. Greg Abbott to call a fifth special session so the Texas Legislature can pass legislation to fully fund public schools.

The website, www.savekellerisd.net, provides a form where KISD residents can send an email to Abbott.

Lewisville council approves short-term rental regulations

Short-term rental regulations are coming to Lewisville after council unanimously approved an ordinance that goes into effect July 8.

A three-hour meeting featured nearly two hours of discussion between public comment and council deliberations prior to the vote Jan. 8.

Fort Worth to use Smart Truck technology to fine residents for overloaded garbage carts, loose bags

The city of Fort Worth is using the latest in logistics and camera technology to help curb noncompliant residential garbage and recycling customers.