Pflugerville considers animal shelter, Weiss Lane expansions for November bond election
A new, 28,800 square foot animal shelter complete with a vet clinic and police substation could be proposed to Pflugerville voters during a November bond election. On July 14, city staff recommended $19.9 million for an animal shelter and an expanded scope for the Weiss Lane reconstruction project. In June, a bond committee appointed by City Council presented a $31.4 recommendation for bond consideration, according to city documents, including road and park projects. City Manager Brandon Wade said the animal shelter and Weiss Lane are top priorities and should be the focus of the bond election.Read more “While all the […]
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