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Pflugerville residents evaluate city services

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Want to know more about new businesses coming to the area? Below you can find details on the five latest commercial permits filed in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto. (Photo courtesy Canva)
Check out the 5 latest commercial permits filed in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto

The following commercial permits for new businesses or renovations to existing ones have been filed in the past two weeks through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.

The downtown Round Rock location of Lamppost Coffee will reopen Sept. 27, according to signage recently added to the front door. (Brooke Sjoberg/Community Impact Newspaper)
Lamppost Coffee to reopen in downtown Round Rock during the week of Sept. 27

The downtown Round Rock location of Lamppost Coffee will reopen "the week of Sept. 27," according to signage recently added to the front door.

Attendees will be able to learn about the redistricting process and ask questions about the factors that drive redistricting. (Community Impact Staff)
Rezoning in downtown New Braunfels paves the way for future development

The property located at 157 S. Guenther Ave. was rezoned to a central business district. Plans are underway for a new development on the adjacent property.

The zone will provide additional funding for public improvements within the area. (Community Impact Newspaper)
Third reinvestment zone approved in downtown New Braunfels

The zone will provide additional funding for public improvements within the area.

A new development will be coming to east Kyle. (Courtesy Texas Department of Transportation)
New development will bring homes, shops and an elementary school to east Kyle

A new development on 318 acres of land is coming soon to Kyle.

Pflugerville Fire Chief Ron Moellenberg's last day will be Sept. 30. (Courtesy Travis County ESD No. 2)
Pflugerville Fire Chief Ron Moellenberg to retire this month after 45 years with department

Moellenberg started as a volunteer with what was then called the Pflugerville Volunteer Fire Department before he became chief of the Pflugerville Fire Department in 1986.

Austin, Travis County and Austin ISD officials gathered Sept. 24 to discuss local resilience planning. (Ben Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)
Austin, Travis County, AISD look to build collaboration on community disaster hubs

The governments and school district are looking to grow a network of facilities that can provide resources to residents amid weather emergencies.

Two years after announcing it would build its new headquarters in Hutto, baseball scouting company Perfect Game moved the project to Cedar Park. (Courtesy Perfect Game)
Perfect Game to build new headquarters in Cedar Park, ending Hutto deal

Two years after announcing it would build its new headquarters in Hutto, baseball scouting company Perfect Game moved the project to Cedar Park.

Screen shot of Desmar Walkes speaking at a press conference
Austin Public Health eyes possible shift to Stage 4 guidelines

Local health leaders said they want to see the current downward trend of COVID-19 hospitalizations persist before making any changes.

James Avery Artisan Jewelry sells women’s and men’s jewelry designed in Kerrville, Texas. (Courtesy James Avery Artisan Jewelry)
James Avery Artisan Jewelry relocates Cedar Park store

The new store location held a grand opening Sept. 18.