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Gov. Greg Abbott says he will freeze cities' abilities to increase property tax revenue if they cut police funding
Gov. Greg Abbott said he will freeze cities' abilities to increase property taxes at the current level just days after Austin City Council approved a budget that will cut police funding by one third and reinvest money in social services.
The upcoming barbecue restaurant along US 380 will serve smoked meats and sides.
Collin County plans to add a disclaimer to its COVID-19 dashboard that states the county does not have confidence in the accuracy of the data currently being provided by the Texas Department of State Health Services.
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Frisco City Council will hold the first public hearing on the proposed fiscal year 2021 budget during its regular meeting Aug. 18.
The convenience store chain offers food, snacks, hot and cold drinks, and gas.
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“Because we can’t treat private property, we need homeowners' help to look for standing water outside their homes,” Environmental Health Supervisor Julie Fernandez said in a statement.
The boutique-style fitness studio will offer music-driven, 50-minute workouts on custom Pilates reformers.
With site work expected to begin this fall, the first building will see occupancy in Jan. 2023.
Q&A: Mental health expert talks emotional well-being, building resiliency for the 2020-21 school year
According to Dr. Molly Lopez, director of the Texas Institute for Excellence in Mental Health, the upcoming school year will serve as an opportunity for students, families, teachers and school administrators to learn skills in coping, re-evaulate mental health protocols and build resiliency in challenging times.
Following a new industry guideline recently distributed by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, more bars across the state may soon be able to qualify as restaurants.
Frisco announced Aug. 13 that a portion of the far north lane of Gaylord Parkway has been closed for repairs after an unplanned pavement issue.
The $8.83 million sales tax allocation for Frisco was based generally on purchases in June, the Texas comptroller’s office reported Aug. 12.
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The event also kicked off the Craig Ranch Fitness & Spa Youth Center's first day of Social Distance Learning as well as a food and school supply drive for local nonprofits, which will continue through Aug. 16.
Frisco will offer a preview of its connection to the Six-Cities Trail through Plano during the Roll with the Council event Aug. 15.
As of Aug. 12, there were 347 active cases of COVID-19 in Frisco.
AMC Theatres—which has multiple locations in the Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston areas—will begin reopening its movie screens Aug. 20.
Frisco ISD Superintendent Mike Waldrip said the district has “every confidence” students who have committed to face-to-face instruction will return to campuses Sept. 3.