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Area hospital systems invest billions in expansions to keep pace with Central Texas population boom

In the coming years, hospital systems and health care providers in Central Texas will invest almost $2.5 billion to grow their physical footprint by building new facilities or expanding existing ones. Creating capacity

BY CLAIRE SHOOP

in the nation. Andy Davis, the CEO for Ascension Texas, a major health care system that includes Ascension Seton and Dell Children’s, said based on pro- jections, within 10 years the metro area will have a 1,200-bed decit. “The great thing about Central Texas is the community is growing in every direction, and so it presents a unique opportunity for us to make sure that we’re doing all we can to be present in a way that keeps families close to home and together,” Davis said. Bringing care to the community One hospital system making a major investment in physical infrastructure is

Central Texas is on pace to gain more than 600 hospital beds in the next three years, including two new hospitals in growing suburban areas, two new chil- dren’s hospitals in Northwest Austin, a new behavioral health hospital and expansions at seven existing facilities. Combined, three major health care systems are investing almost $2.5 billion in physical infrastructure to increase access to services and meet the needs of the growing region. Hospital ocials said the additional space is necessary to care for the pop- ulation of a rapidly expanding region, with Williamson and Hays counties ranking as some of the fastest growing

637 NEW HOSPITAL BEDS have been announced or are under construction at 12 hospitals across three health care systems.

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The use of telehealth services to maintain social distancing exploded in large part due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the inuence of the pandemic fades and many services return Health providers look ahead to virtual future BY CARSON GANONG

Virtual health care visits

to in-person delivery, some health care profes- sionals say virtual care is here to stay. Data from St. David’s healthcare facilities in Central Texas shows the number of telehealth visits were up nearly 3,000% in 2021 compared to 2019. National gures run parallel to local data, as a recent snapshot from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services indicates an approximately

THE RISE OF TELEMEDICINE The start of the COVID-19 pandemic marked a sharp rise in the use of virtual care methods by health care providers across Central Texas, including at area St. David’s facilities.

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in buying office space should contact Brinegar Properties. 512-940-0188. www.512texas.com 5 The Tutoring Center opened its newest location in Round Rock at 2051 Gattis School Road, Ste. 550, on April 18. Locally owned by Justin Chen, the Tutoring Center offers test prep and other academic programs using one-to-one instruction. 512-305-3804. https://roundrock.tutoringcenter.com 6 A new Sephora location opened May 9 inside the Kohl’s store at 200 Sundance Parkway, Round Rock, with a grand open- ing held May 14. Sephora offers personal care and beauty products from many big- name and independent brands. 512-248-8882. www.sephora.com COMING SOON 7 Tso Chinese announced plans to expand to Round Rock April 18 with an opening expected in fall 2022 at 2000 N. Mays St., Ste. 108, according to a release. It will be the Austin-based Chinese take- out and delivery restaurant’s fourth loca- tion, according to Tso CEO and co-found- er Min Choe. https://tsodelivery.com 8 A representative of Smokey Mo’s BBQ confirmed May 4 that plans are in place for a second Round Rock location at 17280 N. RM 620. The restaurant will occupy the second tenant space of the Pointe II at 620 retail center, which is

1 A Cold Stone Creamery location opened in Round Rock on May 10, according to a company representative. The ice cream shop is located at 110 N. I-35, Ste. 135, Round Rock. Beyond ice cream, Cold Stone Creamery sells vari- ous kinds of cakes, cupcakes, ice cream cookie sandwiches and signature pies. 512-428-4205. www.coldstonecreamery.com 2 After sustaining damage during the March 21 tornado, the Half Price Books store at 2601 S. I-35, Round Rock, reopened April 26. Half Price Books sells discounted used and new books, vinyl records, compact discs, comic books, games and other media items. 512-244- 0203. www.hpb.com 3 Misaki Ramen opened at 3001 Joe DiMaggio Blvd., Ste. 1200, Round Rock, in mid-April. The restaurant offers a vari- ety of ramen, boba tea and fresh teas, as well as an array of appetizers. 512-502- 5179. Facebook: Misaki-Ramen 4 A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held April 8 for a new office building at 406 N. Lee St., Round Rock. The 2,646-square- foot class A office building is located at the northeast corner of Round Rock Avenue and I-35. Businesses interested

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under construction with the other space occupied by Sherwin-Williams. Although an opening date has not yet been set, Smokey Mo’s BBQ may tentatively open in mid-October, according to the company. https://smokeymosbbq.com RELOCATIONS 9 Citizens National Bank broke ground on the future home of its Round Rock location April 27. The bank will relocate from its current address at 201 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock, to 110 S. Mays St. in the first quarter of 2023, according to a company representative. 512-218-5100. www.cnbanktexas.com 10 Cody Pools relocated its base of operations from Georgetown to Round Rock on May 2, according to a compa-

ny representative. The swimming pool builder is located at Vibe Round Rock, 101 E. Old Settlers Blvd., Ste. 200. The new space houses the corporate office and includes departments including account- ing, human resources, IT and executive offices. 512-948-0036. https://codypools.com 11 David Hernandez Ministries will relocate from California to a new studio in Round Rock in June. The studio, located at 1250 S. A.W. Grimes Blvd., will be used to film DHM’s content for online platforms, such as YouTube. 888-740-1110. www.davidhernandezministries.com EXPANSIONS 12 St. David’s Surgical Hospital , locat- ed at 1201 W. Louis Henna Blvd., Round Rock, announced that its new inpatient

rehabilitation unit opened in May and is ready to serve patients. The rehab unit relocated from St. David’s North Austin Medical Center earlier this year, expand- ing from 16 patient beds to 20 private rooms, according to the release. It is part of a $145.9 million expansion of the medical center announced in February. 512-248-7000. www.stdavids.com NEW OWNERSHIP 13 Real estate investment firm, B.H. Properties issued a release April 19 stating the company purchased Round Rock Crossing, a shopping center located at the intersection of I-35 and SH 45 N. in Round Rock. Round Rock Crossing was on the market since November after foreclo- sure in May. According to B.H. Properties, Round Rock Crossing is 52% occupied by

18 tenants, including Best Buy, Michael’s, Dollar Tree and Target. https://bhproperties.com 14 Marcus Musgrove now owns Defiant Crossfit as of April 29. Defiant Crossfit first opened in 2010 at 16801 Radholme Court, Ste. A, Round Rock. It is member- ship-based and offers a beginner-friend- ly approach to Crossfit. 737-990-2778. www.defiantcrossfit.com IN THE NEWS Round Rock-based lifestyle blogger and influencer Ramona Cruz-Peters released a cookbook titled “30-Minute Instant Pot Cookbook” on April 26. The book is available for purchase from retailers and her own website. Cruz-Peters also reach- es readers through her blog called Fab Everyday. https://fabeveryday.com

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ville at 18700 Limestone Commercial Drive, Ste. 600. The 40,622-square- foot showroom contains furniture sets; finishing accents; and decor with styles including traditional, rustic, farmhouse, contemporary and midcentury modern. 512-691-5800. www.havertys.com 3 Mexican imports shop SM Boutique held its grand opening the weekend of May 14. SM Boutique is located at 1315 Grand Avenue Parkway, Ste. 101, Pflugerville, and formerly operated only as an online storefront. The shop offers a variety of imported goods with a focus on home and garden decor. 512-200-3901. www.thesmboutique.com COMING SOON 4 Camp Doublecreek is one step closer to opening its new location in Pflugerville. The Round Rock-based camp announced last July it would relocate to a roughly 20-acre site at 3503 Kelly Lane, in Pflugerville. Pflugerville City Council approved a specific-use permit for outdoor commercial recreation and entertainment at a May 10 meeting. The permit will allow Camp Doublecreek to hold entertainment activities and games in an outdoor setting. Camp Doublec- reek’s Pflugerville location will open sometime in 2023. The camp will operate at the Round Rock location at 800 Dou-

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5 Due to construction and permit delays, the Food Box convenience store at 16212 Impact Way, Pflugerville, will likely not open until mid-2023, according to owner Parvez Badarpura. The Food Box location has been planned since Decem- ber 2020. Food Box has served Central Texas communities for the last 20 years and sells gas, coffee, beer, wine, food and soft drinks. https://foodboxtx.com RELOCATIONS 6 Iowa-based traffic-control systems manufacturer MoboTrex Inc. will move its regional headquarters from Austin to Pflugerville’s One Thirty Business Park at 15825 Impact Way, Pflugerville. MoboTrex is moving to Pflugerville as part of an economic deal that will bring a $13 million investment and 110 full time jobs. www.mobotrex.com

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well as chicken sandwiches, various kinds of french fries and milkshakes. Vegan and vegetarian options, as well as a break- fast menu, will be available by early fall, Bhimani said. The GMart-Valero will sell food, beer, wine, gas, soft drinks and oth- er items commonly found in convenience stores. Instagram: Buddha Burger Official; Instagram: GMart_Pflugerville 2 Home furnishing retailer Havertys opened its third Austin-area store April 22 at the Stone Hill Town Center in Pfluger-

1 A GMart-Valero convenience store and a Buddha Burger shop opened at the end of May at 1300 W Pflugerville Parkway, Pflugerville. Buddha Burger owner Raaziq Bhimani, whose family owns the new GMart-Valero location, said his burger restaurant sells freshly ground, ultra-premium beef burgers as

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Boulevard in Hutto will open early 2023. The original Mighty Fine opened in 2007, and today Mighty Fine operates several restaurants throughout the Greater Austin area. www.mightyfineburgers.com 4 Originally planned to open in early February, a Taco Casa location at 330 Ed Schmidt Blvd., Hutto, right next to Chipotle, now plans to open by early June. Hutto Taco Casa President Kelly Franklin said supply chain issues in addition to construction hurdles have delayed the opening date. The Hutto Taco Casa will be

located at 223 Tradesmen Drive, Hutto, in early April. A company representative said Hagbros plans to move into the Tradesmen Drive building from its current location at 1513 Brandi Lane, Round Rock, but could not provide a precise date for the move. Hagbros Precision offers a range of manufacturing services, includ- ing assembly, kitting, welding and design. 512-341-9368. www.hagbros.com 6 Texas Physical Therapy Specialists began operating out of its office at 307 Farley St., Hutto, on May 10. It was previously located at 143 Exchange Blvd., Ste. 300, Hutto. Texas Physical Therapy Specialists is an outpatient physical therapy clinic that offers services including orthopedic, post- COVID-19, sports, telehealth and manual physical therapies. 512-846-6960. www.texpts.com

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expected delays have paused the opening until at least 2023, co-owner Loren Mar- quez said. Co-owner Luis Marquez said he handcrafts custom furniture that includes tables, mirrors and lamps. He said his most popular items are candleholders. He has been making furniture and other items for 20 years. 512-642-6274. www.sekoyaoriginals.com 3 Mighty Fine Burgers, Fries and Shakes announced updates on when its Hutto location will open. A news release from Mighty Fine Burgers’ parent compa- ny, Tc4 & Co. Hospitality, states the loca- tion coming to Hwy. 79 and Ed Schmidt

1 Country Donuts , a new locally owned donut shop, will open in 2022. The shop is located at 133 Front St., Ste. 300, Hutto, as one of the units at the Valero gas station. Owner Johnny Khan originally said he hoped to open Country Donuts on Jan. 1, but in mid-May he said construction and supply issues have delayed the opening. 2 Luis Marquez Studio originally planned to open in February at 3750 Limmer Loop, Ste. A, Hutto. However, un-

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The rst LGBTQ pride festival in Pugerville will take place in the city’s historic downtown area. The event will include live music and comedy as well as vendors. 1-6 p.m. Free. Downtown Pugerville. 512-900-1996. www.pfpride.org

Garden, 2400 Patterson Industrial Drive, Pugerville. 512-910-4099. https://willardsbrewery.com 18 ENJOY A DADDYDAUGHTER DATE NIGHT The Hutto Parks and Recreation Department will host a Hawaiian-themed Daddy-Daughter Date Night event at Cottonwood Creek Elementary School. All father gures are invited to bring their daughters to the event that features a DJ, refreshments and plenty of photo opportunities. Formal attire is welcome, but comfortable dress is encouraged. 7-9 p.m. $10 (registration per person required in advance). Cottonwood Creek Elementary School, 3160 Limmer Loop, Hutto. www.huttotx.gov 24 ENJOY LIVE MUSIC IN A PARK The Seless Lovers will play the city of Pugerville’s Music in the Park series at Puger Park. The Seless Lovers are a rock ‘n’ roll band from Austin that draws inuence from classic rock, soul, blues and Southern rock. Attendees are invited to bring lawn chairs, pets, picnic baskets, friends and family. Alcohol is allowed, but glass containers are not. 7:30-9:30 p.m. Free. Puger Park, 515 City Park Road, Pugerville. https://parks.pugervilletx.gov

COMPILED BY BRIAN RASH 09 LEARN TO CROCHET The Pugerville Public Library will host an adult craft night at which participants will learn the basics of the art of crocheting. Techniques taught include the basic granny square, slip stitch and double crochet stitches. Attendees must register online. 6-7:30 p.m. Free. Pugerville Public Library, 1008 W. Puger St., Pugerville. www.pugervilletx.gov 13 HELP THE COMMUNITY BY DONATING BLOOD The Hutto Chamber of Commerce will partner with We Are Blood to host the Hutto Blood Drive. We Are Blood’s donation vehicle will be outside the chamber building, and participants may register online at the We Are Blood website to book an appointment. 9 a.m.-noon. Free. Hutto Chamber of Commerce, 122 E. Hutto St., Hutto. https://weareblood.org 17 LISTEN TO RECORDS AT A BREWERY Willard’s Brewery and Beer Garden will host a free vinyl listening party. Attendees can choose from the selection of records at the brewery or bring in their own vinyl. 2-8 p.m. Free. Willard’s Brewery and Beer

JUNETEENTH CELEBRATIONS Juneteenth is a national holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. It is also referred to as Emancipation Day, or Juneteenth Independence Day. Juneteenth falls on June 19, but many free celebrations are taking place in Round Rock, Pugerville and Hutto in mid-June.

JUNETEENTH FESTIVAL ROUND ROCK June 18, 411:30 p.m. Old Settlers Park 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock www.roundrocktexas.gov JUNETEENTH FESTIVAL HUTTO June 18, 12:306 p.m. Adam Orgain Park 1001 CR 137, Hutto www.blackfamiliesoutto.com

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Round Rock Public Library 216 E. Main St., Round Rock www.roundrocktexas.gov PFAMILY REUNION June 19, noon-7 p.m. Wells Point Park 800 S. Heatherwilde Blvd., Pugerville https://blackpugerville.us

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The intersection of East Pecan Street and Weiss Lane may even- tually be an “innovative intersec- tion,” the same kind as the recently completed intersection at Pecan and FM 685. At a May 10 meeting, Pugerville City Council approved a $92,307 agreement with design rm Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc. for additional design work related to the intersection. Kimley-Horn is already in the process of conducting engineering design work for improvements to East Pecan from Sun Light Near Way to Weiss Lane. The project will include widening East Pecan to six lanes as well as improvements to the intersection with Weiss.

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FM 685 corridor study in Pugerville Residents had an opportunity to learn about the ongoing FM 685 corridor study and provide feedback on desired improvements at a May 25 open house held at the Pugerville Public Library. Pugerville City Council approved a $1.03 million contract with Kim- ley-Horn and Associates Inc. for the study in March. Kimley-Horn will conduct a compre- hensive analysis of FM 685 from SH 130 to Wells Branch Parkway using an array of methods including topo- graphic surveying, subsurface utility engineering and trac analysis. At the conclusion of the study, Kimley-Horn will present a series of proposed improvements to FM 685 based on its ndings. According to a city presentation, Kimley-Horn expects to report its ndings and present recommendations in January. According to city materials, Kim- ley-Horn’s work will help the city ob- tain National Environmental Policy Act clearance for the project, prepare for right-of-way acquisition and support applications for grant funding to cover construction costs. Timeline: TBD Cost: TBD Funding source: city of Pugerville ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF MAY 27. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT PFHNEWSCOMMUNITYIMPACT.COM.

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Williamson County holds ribbon cutting for $13M CR 101 improvement project Ocials from Wil- liamson County and and Chandler.

Precinct 4 County Commissioner Russ Boles said the improvements will bring many new benets for motorists and allow CR 101, which he considers a crucial roadway in Williamson County, to act as a major arterial road. Timeline: June 2020- May 2022 Cost: $13 million Funding sources: city of Taylor, Williamson County

Funding for the project came from a combination of 2019 road bond funds and the city of Taylor. The section of CR 101 that received improve- ments lies along the eastern edge of Hutto’s extraterritorial jurisdic- tion and just north of the city’s 1,400-acre “meg- asite,” a large land parcel earmarked for commer- cial development.

the city of Taylor held a ribbon-cutting ceremony May 4 to celebrate the completion of a $13 mil- lion road improvement project on CR 101. The project recon- structed approximately 3.2 miles of CR 101 between north of Chan- dler Road and US 79. It also added left-turn lanes at the intersections of CR 101 with CR 394/CR 368

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EDUCATION BRIEFS

News from Pflugerville & Hutto ISDs

Alissa Molina resigns from PfISD Place 5 seat, Brian Allen appointed PFLUGERVILLE ISD After vacating the seat for only three weeks, Brian Allen was appointed back to his former spot of Place 5 of the district’s board of trustees. The Pflugerville ISD board appointed Allen during a May 31 BY BRIAN RASH QUICK TURNAROUND Alissa Molina’s May 7 election victory for Pflugerville ISD Place 5 until her resignation took place in less than a month. May 7 Molina wins election for Place 5. May 19 Molina is sworn in along with Place 3 winner Renae Mitchell and Place 4 winner Vernagene Mott. May 25 Molina submits letter of resignation to the board of trustees. May 31 The board of trustees accepts Molina’s resignation and appoints Brian Allen to Place 5.

special meeting after newly elected trustee Alissa Molina announced her resignation. Molina defeated Place 5 incumbent Allen during a May 7 general election with 3,096 votes to Allen’s 2,525. Molina served as the Place 5 Trustee for one meeting May 19 but said the experience was invaluable. “I did love being able to give input and learn and really just gain some empathy and also some respect for the amount of work that goes into the governance of a school district and the guidance of a school district,” Molina said in the video. In a video released May 25 via her Facebook campaign page, Molina said her husband, a teacher at Austin

SOURCE: PFLUGERVILLE ISD/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

ISD for the past 10 years, is seeking a position within PfISD that creates a conflict of interest for her seat on the school board and that her resignation was effective immediately. At the May 31 meeting, trustees voted 6-0 to accept Molina’s resig- nation and discuss options for filling her seat. After convening in executive session for about an hour, the board appointed Allen in a 5-0 vote, with Molina absent and Trustee Renae Mitchell abstaining. Board President Vernagene Mott

said after the meeting the appoint- ment means there will not be a special election to fill the seat, and Allen will serve Place 5 for 11 months until the next board election in May 2023. Whoever ends up winning the Place 5 seat in 2023 will serve the remainder of what would have been Molina’s term—two years instead of three—PfISD Public Information Officer Tamra Spence said. After the meeting, Allen said he plans to run for Place 5 again in 2023. Prior to the board’s consideration

of a Place 5 replacement at the May 31 meeting, Allen addressed officials during public comment to make a case for his appointment to the seat. “I am the most experienced person to consider regarding the district’s financial situation,” Allen said, add- ing he never missed a board meeting, always showed up to meetings early and held himself to the highest standards while serving as a trustee with Pflugerville ISD. The board of trustees swore Allen back into his seat during a special meeting June 2.

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EDUCATION BRIEFS

News from Pugerville & Hutto ISDs

Pugerville ISD board of trustees Meets June 16 at 7 p.m. 1401 W. Pecan St., Pugerville 512-594-0000 • www.psd.net Hutto ISD board of trustees Meets June 9 and 23 at 6 p.m. 200 College St., Hutto 512-759-3771 • www.hipponation.org MEETINGS WE COVER DISTRICT HIGHLIGHTS PFLUGERVILLE ISD Students will have the option for free lunch throughout the summer due to a meals program through the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Any child under age 18 may receive free meals at select campuses. Participants do not need to register or show proof of age, income or residence. For more information on the program, visit www.summerfood.org. HUTTO ISD Trustees approved the creation of six new district sta positions at a May 25 board meeting. The new positions include a special education teacher at Veterans’ Hill Elementary School and instructional aides at Cottonwood Creek, Veterans’ Hill and Ray elementaries as well as Farley Middle School and Hutto Middle School.

Trustees approve committee for facilities planning

BY CARSON GANONG

HUTTO ISD A new committee consisting of community members, district sta and district ocials will help Hutto ISD plan for its future growth. The HISD board of trustees approved the creation of the long- range master facilities planning committee at a May 25 meeting. The committee will consist of 60 people, 25 of whom will be district sta and ocials and 35 of whom will be board-appointed citizens. Assistant Superintendent of Operations Henry Gideon said the committee’s work will largely involve providing input and direc- tion regarding the district’s strategic plan, specically as it concerns construction and improvement of Hutto ISD facilities. Gideon said he hopes to have the committee begin meeting in July.

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Hutto ISD ocials give approval for Middle School No. 3 schematic design

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include a 186-space parking lot; the incorporation of technology for blended learning; and a focus on compact, ecient use of space. With the schematic design approved, VLK can move into the design development phase. Construction is projected to be complete in fall 2024. VLK does not yet have a cost estimate, but $77.76 million of the district’s $194 million bond approved in 2019 was set aside for middle school improvements and construction of the new school.

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CITY & COUNTY

News from Pflugerville & Hutto

Officials seeking EMS agreement with ESD 2, open negotiations with Allegiance Mobile Health

FINDING A PROVIDER Pflugerville staff have been working to provide a stable EMS provider for the city for several months. The most recent events include: Nov. 9, 2021: council votes to contract with Acadian Ambulance Services for EMS Jan. 1, 2022: Acadian begins providing EMS in Pflugerville Feb. 1, 2022: Acadian sends letter to Pflugerville officials terminating contract with city March 8, 2022: council agrees to terminate contract with Acadian over jurisdictional disagreement June 14, 2022: target date to have plan for new EMS services May 10, 2022: council opens negotiations with ESD 2 for EMS May 24, 2022: council votes to negotiate for contract with EMS provider Allegiance Mobile Health May 31, 2022: joint meeting between council and ESD 2 board of commissioners

PFLUGERVILLE With less than a month before Pflugerville’s contract with Acadian Ambulance Services expires, the city will open negotiations with private provider Allegiance Mobile Health while continuing to work toward a service agreement with Travis County Emergency Services District No. 2. Pflugerville City Council initially approved nego- tiations with ESD 2 at a May 10 meeting. However, City Manager Sereniah Breland said May 24 that negotiations hit a roadblock. Before formally meet- ing with the city, ESD 2 officials spoke with media outlets stating they would maintain their request for an additional $2.8 million in annual funding. “We do not negotiate through the media,” Bre- land said. “Despite our best efforts, ESD 2 has not provided a justifiable reason for that amount.” Council members said they would respect Pflugerville voters’ decision last November not to use ESD 2 if it meant additional taxes. “The good folks of Pflugerville overwhelmingly decided on no new tax,” Council Member Ceasar Ruiz said. ESD 2 Fire Chief Nick Perkins said at the meeting that the city and ESD 2 could meet the city’s goal of no more than $291,000 in annual expenses.

One option, Perkins said, would be for the city to take on billing responsibilities for ambulance services. However, he said the city and ESD 2 had not had a chance to formally discuss options for reducing the impact on Pflugerville’s budget. In the interest of bringing all parties on the same page when it comes to funding options, Mayor Pro Tem Doug Weiss suggested holding a joint meeting between City Council and ESD 2 commissioners. The joint meeting took place May 31 and solidi- fied plans to create an interim franchise agreement with ESD 2 to provide ambulance services through the end of September. The motion from May 10 also directed Breland to begin negotiations with private ambulance service Allegiance Mobile Health. Weiss said Allegiance will be a necessary fallback in the event that the city cannot reach an agree- ment with ESD 2 in time. “I don’t have confidence that we can get all that done in the next six weeks to come together and finalize a deal,” Weiss said. Breland said her goal is to finalize the ESD 2 agreement for approval at council’s next meeting June 14.

in Pflugerville July 13, 2022: Acadian contract officially ends

SOURCE: CITY OF PFLUGERVILLE/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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COMPILED BY CARSON GANONG

Pflugerville City Council Meets June 14 and 28 at 7 p.m. 100 E. Main St., Pflugerville 512-990-6101 www.pflugervilletx.gov Hutto City Council Meets June 16 and July 12 at 7 p.m. 500 W. Live Oak St., Hutto 512-759-9020 www.huttotx.gov MEETINGS WE COVER CITY HIGHLIGHTS PFLUGERVILLE On May 24, officials approved the first step in issuing up to $84.48 million in certificates of obligation, a type of bond that does not require voter approval. The resolution does not bind the city to issuing certificates of obligation but sets up future steps in the process. City documents indicate the bonds would be put toward capital improvement projects. HUTTO Place 4 Council Member Peter Gordon was appointed as the city’s new mayor pro tem at a May 19 meeting. Council nominated Gordon for the position in a 5-2 vote, with the minority of council members voting to nominate former Mayor Pro Tem and current Council Member Dan Thornton.

Pflugerville OKs land exchange PFLUGERVILLE A trade of two approximately 119-acre tracts in Pflugerville and Hutto’s respective extraterritorial jurisdictions is now approved by both cities. Pflugerville City Council approved the trade at a May 10 meeting, while Hutto City Council approved it April 21. Prior to the trade, a portion of a proposed

Hutto swears in council members HUTTO At a City Council meeting May 16, three Hutto officials were sworn into office following a May 7 election. They are Mayor Mike Sny- der, Place 3 Council Member Randal Clark and Place 6 Council Member Amberley Kolar. Clark replaces Council Member Mandi Villarreal Salvo, while Kolar replaces Council Member Tanner Rose, who resigned in January.

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456-acre development called Lakeside Municipal Utility District No. 9 fell within Pflugerville’s ETJ. The reason for the trade was to bring Lakeside MUD No. 9 fully within Hutto’s ETJ, according to city information.

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the three parks at a May 5 meeting.

The city’s purchase agreement with Musco Sports Lighting LLC includes replacement parts for 25 years. Installation will likely take place in late summer or early fall, according to White.

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Parks Superintendent Jeff White said the need for lighting came to the city’s attention in late 2021 via a community petition that received over 600 signatures.

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