A city commission that previously said it had too many questions to sign off on zoning for a $21.5 million water and adventure park waved it through after a second round of discussion.
At its Monday night meeting, the Pflugerville Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously recommended that the city council approve zoning for the 25-acre Hawaiian Falls park, which is slated to break ground at the corner of Highway 130 and FM 685 at the end of October.
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