Q-Day Walk-In Clinic & Spa now open in Plano
Services at the clinic include urgent care, treatment for allergies and the flu, chronic disease management, lab work and X-rays.. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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Contested races on the ballot include Plano mayor, four Plano City Council seats, four Plano ISD board of trustees races and three Collin College board of trustees races.
Over the last seven months, roughly 10 of every 30 residential eviction cases in the courtroom of Justice of the Peace Mike Missildine, whose Precinct 3 covers much of Plano, have been delayed due to the eviction moratorium. Those cases are now beginning to move forward, and without the hurdle of a moratorium, a slew of new cases are anticipated, he said.
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Ebb & Flow is expected to celebrate its grand opening the evening of April 14 after initially opening in late March at The Shops at Legacy in Plano.
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“Sustainability has always been important to the city of Plano—making sure that what we’re leaving behind is sufficient for the future,” said Rachel Patterson, the city’s director of environmental health and sustainability.
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