City of Plano
Plano passed the Equal Rights Ordinance earlier this month. Now a coalition has formed in opposition.
When someone needs help in Plano, they call 911; when the emergency operators need help they call Johnny Johnson, a systems administrator for the 911 System for the City of Plano.
A fall and possible knee replacement has left a city aquatic center shut down indefinitely. This after, the City paid about $5 million to completely renovate the Plano Aquatic Center.
Conserving water and following tough restrictions is part of life for people in many North Texas cities. Now, to help eliminate detrimental excesses and reward customers, one city had announced a Watering Restriction Holiday.
Employers and workers at the Main Street Bistro in Plano’s Legacy Shops believe Toyota’s corporate move down the road will accelerate their business and hiring.
A major power outage affecting Plano City Hall and other municipal government offices is expected to continue well into this afternoon.
The City of Plano has narrowed the list to three candidates in the search for its next fire chief.
Some residents in Plano are feeling no love for whoever is spray-painting hearts throughout one neighborhood. Someone’s spreading the universal sign of affection on the brick walls that protect neighborhoods along Hedgecoxe and McDermott Roads.
Smartphone technology is helping clean up neighborhoods in one local city. “Fix it Plano” has become one the most government friendly tools in the new age of apps.