AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) – The Amarillo City Council met today at 1 p.m.
During today’s City Council Meeting Casie Stoughton, The Amarillo Public Health Director, gave an update on the coronavirus pandemic in our area.
According to Stoughton, the city’s five-day rolling case average currently sits at 23 new cases per day.
Stoughton also said the Civic Center vaccine clinic has given more than 120,000 doses.
The City has also started giving first doses to homebound seniors.
The Council Council also passed the first reading of an annexation plan for the land owned by the AEDC in the Georgia and Farmers area.
The plan is to build a business park similar to Centerpoint in Potter County, also included is a plan to widen Georgia to four lanes with a turning lane.
This first reading passed five to zero and a second reading is planned for April 27.
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