FurBabies Bakery to open retail store in Plano
FurBabies Bakery hopes to open its new Plano location by the end of February. (Courtesy FurBabies Bakery)
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In total, including exemptions among three participating tax entities—the city of Plano, Plano ISD and Collin College—these exemptions add up to more than $276,000.
A webpage dedicated to answering resident questions following the winter storms the week of Feb. 15 is now active on the city of Plano's website.
The Plano Housing Authority is currently under contract to purchase the now rezoned land from the city of Plano for a proposed multifamily community called the K Avenue Lofts.
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Tenders are served in orders of six or 10 tender bites with a side of sauce, tossed in the sauce or served in a cup or cone.
Work on the 127-room hotel was initially expected to begin last June but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
'We're in a financial emergency': city of Plano, residents facing long-term impacts from winter storms
As the city of Plano and its residents recover from the harsh winter storms the week of Feb. 15, city staff is urging council members to move quickly on financial relief options.
The funding will be put toward public improvement items and costs, including the addition of wider sidewalks, planting street trees and moving above-ground utilities underground.
Operations are back and running smoothly as of the week of Feb. 22, officials said.
Dr. Ben Winters and his staff offer orthodontic care such as braces and Invisalign as well as teeth-whitening services.
Individuals and businesses who sustained losses during the February 2021 winter storms are eligible for federal assistance, according to a Texas Disaster Declaration approved
All but five of 33 affected campuses will resume in-person and School@Home learning operations Feb. 22.