Pflugerville Pens Deal with Typhoon Texas to Open Water Park

Style Magazine Newswire | 3/3/2017, 12:53 p.m.
After weeks of negotiation, a deal has been struck between the Pflugerville City Council, the city’s economic development arm and ...

Source: Austin American Statesman

After weeks of negotiation, a deal has been struck between the Pflugerville City Council, the city’s economic development arm and Typhoon Texas to have the company operate the water park previously run by Hawaiian Falls. At a Jan. 3 special meeting, the City Council and Pflugerville Community Development Corporation unanimously approved terms for a two-year ground and operating lease agreement for the Pflugerville water park located along Texas 130. The agreement includes options for Typhoon to renew the lease in 10-year increments up to 2038, officials said. The finalization of terms comes after a Dec. 28 special meeting where an agreement could not be reached and negotiations continued until the January meeting.