Pflugerville presents preliminary plan for animal shelter rehabilitation
After Pflugerville voters rejected a $10.7 million bond proposition for a new animal shelter near Lake Pflugerville in November, city staff drafted a plan for improvements to the current shelter off Immanuel Road and presented it to City Council on Dec. 8. The first phase of the city’s plan, estimated at around $2 million with construction and other costs, includes the addition of a stainless steel sink, a commercial dishwasher, a grooming tub, a medical room, an outdoor kennel area and other amenities, according to city documents. The initial plan also includes animal-shelter-specific modifications such as a heating, ventilation and air conditioning […]
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