In a special Planning and Zoning work session on April 9, city staff presented data and survey results for the Plano Tomorrow Comprehensive Plan. The plan is in the works and may not be adopted until late July.
Some liquor storeowners in Plano are concerned that a Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. lawsuit against the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, or TABC, could cause them to close their doors for good if the retailer is granted the right to sell distilled spirit
Plano resident Alex DuLaney likes to take the scenic route. With a map and mostly his memory, the avid cyclist uses the city’s trails to get just about anywhere without the stress of gas prices or traffic jams.
A new trend picking up speed across the country is about to drive in to Plano. At a regular meeting March 17, the City Council approved the rezoning of 1.6 acres of land at the southwest corner of 14th Street and M Avenue for a new food truck park