The Pflugerville Zoning and Planning Commission temporarily put the brakes on a $21 million water and amusement park over traffic and water use concerns, especially after several residents learned the 25-acre park would use 10 millions gallons of city water a year.
“I’m affected daily by the drought,” said Shannon McClenny, who lives near the proposed park at Texas 130 and FM 685. “I think we’re sacrificing a lot for something that is fun,” she said outside the Monday night meeting.
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