What we reported A proposed bond referendum calls for allocating $90 million toward street improvements, more than $40 million of which will fund street reconstruction along Plano's inner roadways. The bond proposal also includes nearly $79 million toward various enhancements at Plano's park systems, according to a staff presentation delivered Jan.
What we reported The Texas Commission on the Arts in September formally designated downtown Plano as the city's official arts district. These districts are intended to stimulate economic development and foster community revitalization. The latest The city closed 2016 with the Dickens holiday event in downtown Plano and held other festivals throughout the year, including Steinfest and ArtFest.
What we reported To help accommodate increased traffic volume on the Dallas North Tollway, the North Texas Tollway Authority began a multiphase project last summer that, when complete, will widen the tollway from I-635 in Dallas northward to SH 121.
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