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HEALTH CARE EDITION

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Health care facilities lagging locally

POPULATION CHANGE: Tomball has a hospital, but urgent care and emergency clinics tend to be concentrated in certain areas, leaving parts of Tomball and Magnolia without easy access to health care facilities as population grows. 2015 2020 33,849

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2015-20, according to the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey 5-year estimates. Likewise, Magnolia’s two ZIP codes, 77354 and 77355, have seen a population increase of 17.7% and 18.5%, respectively, from 2015-20, according to census data. Despite the growth, HCA Houston Healthcare Tomball—a Level III trauma center—is the only hospital in Tomball and the closest hospital for those who live in western Magnolia. At the same time, however, HCA Houston ER 24/7 previously located at 18230 FM 1488, Magnolia, permanently closed May 25, according to signs posted on the doors. “You just don’t have the facilities, and they’re not located in the right places that will make it easier for some- one to get to,” said Timika Simmons,

CEO of TOMAGWA Healthcare Minis- tries, a nonprot clinic serving unin- sured and underinsured residents in Tomball, Magnolia and Waller. While census data shows the num- ber of health care and social service CONTINUED ON 26 "YOU JUST DON’T HAVE THE FACILITIES, AND THEY’RE NOT LOCATED IN THE RIGHT PLACES THAT WILL MAKE IT EASIER FOR SOMEONE TO GET TO.” TIMIKA SIMMONS, CEO OF TOMAGWA HEALTHCARE MINISTRIES

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BY KAYLI THOMPSON

Tomball and Magnolia are grow- ing with more residents, trac, roads and commercial hubs, but health care experts said health care facilities are not keeping up with that pace. “People continue to move out here, but the number of new providers really hasn’t grown in proportion to what the growth is,” Magnolia Pharmacy owner Steve Hoart said. The populations of Tomball’s two ZIP codes, 77377 and 77375, increased 12.95% and 33.58%, respectively, from

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5 Mathnasium of Tomball opened in March at 14080 FM 2920, Ste. F, Tomball, and will celebrate with a ribbon- cutting ceremony June 30. The business provides ongoing math assessments, customized learning plans, personal- ized instruction and guided practice for students in grades 1-12. 281-826-6226. www.mathnasium.com/tomball 6 JCM Sugaring Salon and Body Contouring opened in March at 11015 Northpointe Blvd., Ste. G, Tomball. The business oers two main services in sugaring hair removal and body contour- ing along with other services such as intermittent bleaching. 281-937-2300. www.vagaro.com/us04/jcmsugaringsalon 7 Bayou City Keys opened a new location April 1 in Magnolia at 33300 Egypt Lane,Ste. L700, according to co-owner Kelly Jackson. It is a licensed and insured locksmith company that specializes in automotive, residential and commercial services. 281-907-3777. www.bayoucitykeys.org 8 The Nutrition Spa opened May 16 at 28105 Hwy. 249, Ste. 105, Tomball, according to owner Zayda Zaragoz. The spa oers smoothies, specialty drinks and spa services, such as facials, lashes and body contouring. 832-843-3671. Instagram: The Nutrition Spa COMING SOON 9 Akashi Asian Bistro & Sushi Bar , a Houston-based restaurant, signed a lease for a site at Magnolia Village, a mixed- use development at FM 1488 and Spur 149, according to a June 13 news release from Gulf Coast Commercial Group. An

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2 T-Town Nutrition opened May 7 at 30006 Hwy. 249, Ste. E1, Tomball. The main menu items consist of pro- tein shakes and teas. The business will also provide protein waes on Wednesdays and protein doughnuts on Fridays and Saturdays. 832-538-7128. Facebook: T-Town Nutrition 3 Hotworx opened a tness studio at 10226 FM 1488, Ste. 300, Magnolia, on May 23. It is a 24-hour infrared tness studio that oers isometric workouts, 2

including hot yoga and hot Pilates as well as three 15-minute-interval training workouts. 936-312-2004. www.facebook. com/hotworxmagnolialakewindcrest 4 Cutbirth Sanderson Family Dental Group opened at 10584 FM 1488, Ste. 100, Magnolia, on June 13. The general dentistry group has locations in Tomball, Magnolia and Huntsville with dentists Preston Cutbirth, Jonathan Sanderson and D. Tye Copeland. 281-581-0606. www.candsdental.com

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FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON Popshelf representatives conrmed in a June 1 email that the retail store will break ground this summer for a Tomball-area location at the southwest corner of Hwy. 249 and Spring Cypress Road. The company said it was nalizing the due diligence phase as of June 1 for a Popshelf store, which will oer customers seasonal and home decor, health and beauty products, cleaning supplies and party goods at an aordable price. Approximately 95% of items are $5 or less, according to the company. The chain rst opened a location in Nashville in fall 2020 and has grown to 65 locations and 25 store- FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON Audubon , a master-planned community in Magnolia at Hwy. 249 and FM 1488, sold 12 acres to Medistar Development to build three-story, garden-style apartments, the community announced June 9. The apartments will include 300 units with construction anticipated to start at the end of 2022 and residents moving in during the rst quarter of 2024. The apartments will have gas appliances and amenities including a pool, a tness center, a business center, outdoor grilling areas, charging stations for electric vehicles and a connection to a trail system. Rent will range from $1,320-$2,050 per unit. https://audubonliving.com

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within-a-store locations since then. Popshelf plans to open 100 additional stores in scal year 2022, according to the company. An opening timeline for the Tomball store was not yet available. www.popshelf.com

opening date is unknown. The Magnolia location will be the 10th Greater Hous- ton-area location for the family-owned restaurant, which serves sushi rolls with fresh, seasonal ingredients, soups, salads and noodles. www.akashihouston.com 10 Garages of Texas is set to break ground in Magnolia at the end of June. Located at 5428 FM 1488, the business will oer a secure location for those with luxury cars and gear. The spaces will be for purchase, not for rent, according to the company. 214-736-1706 www.garagesoftexas.com 11 Quick N Clean Express Car Wash acquired 4.41 acres at FM 1488 and Katy Lee Lane in Magnolia for a new car wash location, which will include three pay stations, vacuums and a wash tunnel, according to a May 16 news release from commercial real estate rm NewQuest Properties. A construction timeline was not provided. www.quicknclean.net 12 Colliers International Group Inc. announced in a June 3 news release that 1.04 acres at 1301 Rudel Road, Tomball was sold to Red Grip LLC for an 8,200-square-foot Grip Batting Experience facility, which will provide a training experience for pitchers and hitters within softball and baseball. The facility will also be open for general public tournament play and home run derbies. An opening date is unknown. Contact information for the business was not available. 13 Clearwater Express Car Wash ground-leased 0.91 acres in the Shop- pes at Magnolia Circle, to be located at 7424 FM 1488, Magnolia, according to a May 16 release from commercial

real estate rm NewQuest Properties. The car wash chain also has locations underway in Montgomery, Conroe and Woodforest. A construction timeline for the Magnolia location was not provided. www.clearwaterexpresswash.com RELOCATIONS 14 Kirtley & Co. Boutique moved to a new location on Commerce Street in Tomball, according to owner Natalie Kirtley. The boutique opened at the new location, 110 Commerce St., on April 1. It oers boutique clothing, accessories and handbags for women. 832-334-9237. www.kirtleyandcompany.com EXPANSIONS 15 Inspiration Ranch added speech therapy to its therapeutic riding program at 33029 Wright Road, Magnolia, as of a May 16 announcement. The speech ther- apy is combined with therapeutic riding. The organization also oers therapeutic riding and equine-assisted mental health. 281-719-9322. www.inspirationranch.org ANNIVERSARIES 16 Lone Star College-University Park —located at 20515 Hwy. 249, Hous- ton—is celebrating its 10th anniversary, according to a May 16 news release. The college, founded in 2012, is led by Pres- ident Shah Ardalan and is one of LSC’s eight campuses. In May, LSC-UP set a record for its largest graduating class to date, handing out more than 1,000 diplomas. 281-290-2600. www.lonestar.edu/universitypark.htm

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JULY 01 HONOR VETERANS

There will be a food truck on site, too. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (July 9), 10 a.m.-2 p.m. (July 10). Free (admission). Magnolia Gardens Auction House, 18090 Bauer Road, Hockley. 281-516-7251. www.magnoliagardensauctionhouse.com 15 BOWL FOR A CAUSE AZ Mobile Pet Vaccines will host a bowling tournament to raise funds for HART Animal Rescue. There will be food and drinks, and all registered teams will get a fundraiser T-shirt. Winners will receive cash prizes. 7 p.m. $120 (team entry fee). Tomball Bowl, 14435 FM 2920, Tomball. 346-402-5978 16 ATTEND A CRAFT SHOW Living Stones Church will host a Christmas in July craft show with crafts and food. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free (admission). Living Stones Church, 26605 Peden Road, Magnolia. 832-521-3444. www.livingstones-church.com 17 SWAP A PLANT CUTTING Dry Creek Gatherings will host a North Houston Plant Exchange and Market. Swap plant cuttings and enjoy a vendor market and drinks by Dry Creek. Noon- 5 p.m. Free (admission). 30663 Moore Road, Magnolia. 832-928-2738. www.drycreekgatherings.com 23 GET READY FOR BACK TO SCHOOL The Way Family Dojo will host a back to school bash and parent and child self-defense class with water slides, snow cones, outdoor fun and community partners. Noon-2 p.m. Free. The Way Family Dojo, 32818 Tamina Road, Magnolia. 346-345-7100. www.thewayfamilydojo.com

Hospice Plus will host a veterans Jeep event with food, drinks and music to celebrate local veterans. Jeep families are encouraged to bring their Jeep. 4-6 p.m. Free. Southern Knights Senior Living, 27919 Johnson Road, Tomball. 281-475-3994 03 CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY Paradigm Brewing will host a Brews and BBQ event for Independence Day with live music, ax throwing, snow cones, a photo booth and barbecue. Noon. Free. Paradigm Brewing, 2130 S. Persimmon Lane, Tomball. 346-336-6585. www.paradigmbrewingcompany.com 04 OBSERVE JULY FOURTH The city of Magnolia will host its annual Fourth of July celebration with a bike parade, reworks, food vendors and more. 5:30-10 p.m. Unity Park, 19450 Unity Park Drive, Magnolia. 281-356-2266. www.cityofmagnolia.com 09 SEE A FREE MOVIE The city of Tomball will host its 2nd Saturday at the Depot with a free screening of “A Bug’s Life.” 8:15-10 p.m. Free. Tomball Historic Depot Plaza, 201 S. Elm St., Tomball. 281-290-1035. www.tomballtx.gov 09 THROUGH 10 SHOP SMALL Magnolia Gardens Auction House will host a local vendor and artist sale with more than 20 vendors.

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The city of Tomball will host its annual July 4 celebration and Street Fest with live music, food, games, activities and reworks at dusk. 6-10 p.m. Free (admission). Downtown Tomball. 281-290-1003. www.tomballtx.gov (Courtesy city of Tomball)

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Montgomery County tackling Nichols Sawmill Road widening Montgomery County Precinct 2 is working on four different road BY KAYLI THOMPSON

things,” Riley said. Eventually, Nichols Sawmill Road will become a four-lane road all the way through the city of Magnolia to FM 1774, but Riley said the remaining widening project will have to be funded with another road bond. The goal is to have the widening complete, or at least 90% complete, by the time school starts in August, Riley said. There will be no detours, he said, but drivers may see some delays during construction. Timeline: May 25-TBD Cost: $2.8 million Funding sources: Montgomery County Precinct 2, Montgomery County 2015 road bond

the project, from Nichols Sawmill Elementary School to Old Hockley Road, is the most expensive portion. The widening will be brought up to Magnolia city limits. In addition, Riley said a bridge on Nichols Sawmill Road is being widened after the road widening is complete with an anticipated start around the end of summer. The two widening projects cost $2.8 million with $2 million funded by the commissioner’s budget and $800,000 from the county’s 2015 road bond—Precinct 2’s remaining bond funds. “We save a little money and run a tight ship so we can do these kinds of

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construction projects in the Magnolia area this summer, including widen- ing Nichols Sawmill Road, Precinct 2 Commissioner Charlie Riley said in an interview. Work on the Nichols Sawmill Road expansion just south of the city of Magnolia started May 25, Riley said. The road will be widened from a two-lane road with no shoulders and no turn lane to two 12-foot lanes with a 3-foot shoulder on each side of the road and a 12-foot continuous left-turn lane down the middle. Riley said this 2-mile segment of

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City Council denies changing plans for final Medical Complex Drive segment

A WORK IN PROGRESS The city has worked to extend Medical Complex Drive as an east-west corridor through the city over the years. Completed in May 2016 KEY: Completed in 2022 Contested segment

BY KAYLI THOMPSON

Tomball City Council voted unanimously to deny changing the plans for Medical Complex Drive at a May 16 meeting, which would have meant the final extension between Hufsmith-Kohrville and Mahaffey roads would not be completed. Council members said they did not want to give up yet on fully extending Medical Complex Drive all the way from west of Hwy. 249 to FM 2920. “Many cities wish they could have a bypass; unfortunately they are located on highways, and they can’t just because of the way they’re built and constructed. Tomball does have an option for the future,” Council Member Mark Stoll said. Harrisburg Homes requested the city amend its comprehensive plan and not extend Medical Complex Drive for a 0.9-mile segment between east of Hufsmith-Kohrville Road and south of Mahaffey Road, as it would cut through a development and, specifically, a house, according to Harrisburg

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Homes Homebuilder Shawn Speer. Speer said he wanted to know if completing the Medical Complex Drive extension was still needed, because Harrisburg Homes is trying to make the area a place for Tomball residents to go with homes, shops and restaurants. If the extension continues, Harrisburg Homes will not be able to do that, the firm claimed.

Community Development Director Nathan Dietrich presented maps showing the projected segment would go through the front of a house. However, Dietrich said the road could be adjusted farther south, but there is a golf course to consider. According to the city, next steps for the extension would be determined by Harris County, as the remaining segment is outside city limits.

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ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF JUNE 6. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT TOMNEWS@COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM. in Magnolia. The project will widen the road from two lanes to four lanes with a continuous left-turn lane. The project, to be completed by James Construction Group, was tentatively slated to begin in May, according to a May 1 update from TxDOT, the latest available information as of press time. Another widening project by TxDOT is ongoing through the first quarter of 2023 from the Waller County line to FM 1774. Timeline: May 2022-first quarter 2025 Cost: $48.62 million Funding source: TxDOT FM 1488 widening The Texas Department of Transpor- tation is beginning a project to widen FM 1488 between FM 1774 and FM 149

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Hardin Store Road intersection improvements Montgomery County Precinct 2 is improving the Decker Prairie-Rosehill Road and Hardin Store Road intersections at Hwy. 249. The intersections will be widened and straightened. The precinct hired an engineering firm to work on design and is acquiring the right of way. Riley said the project will be funded by toll road revenue from the Montgomery County Toll Road Authority’s portion of the Hwy. 249 extension, and the precinct anticipates the project will go out for construction bids this summer. Timeline: TBD Cost: TBD Funding source: MCTRA

Hufsmith-Kohrville Road Segment 3 widening

Hufsmith-Kohrville Road Segment 2 widening

A second project on Hufsmith-Kohrville Road is also slated to get underway in 2023. Segment 3, which spans from Ezekiel to Holderrieth roads in Tomball, will widen Hufsmith-Kohrville from a two-lane roadway to a four-lane concrete boulevard, according to Harris Coun- ty Precinct 3 officials. The segment is anticipated to begin construction in the third quarter of 2023. The project is in the design phase, according to Precinct 3 officials. Timeline: TBD Cost: $20.95 million Funding source: Harris County

According to Harris County Precinct 3 of- ficials, a project is planned to widen part of Hufsmith-Kohrville Road between Hol- low Glen Lane and Ezekiel Road. Known as Segment 2 of a larger corridor project, the project will widen Hufsmith-Kohrville from a two-lane roadway to a four-lane concrete boulevard in the Tomball area. Construction is estimated to start in the first quarter of 2023, according to Precinct 3 officials. The project is in the

design phase. Timeline: TBD Cost: $9.4 million Funding source: Harris County

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HIGHER EDUCATION Lone Star College System adds online campus, additional e-learning opportunities for fall 2022

LSC-ONLINE AT A GLANCE Lone Star College System’s eighth campus, LSC-Online, will be available for students in August. Online classes will also be available for out-of-district students.

40 staff members

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Houston region. “I just think that COVID-[19] ... made more people interested in going online,” Fuller said. “There was a shift in student attitudes towards online learning.” Keshvala said target demograph- ics could include military personnel and eventual international options. LSC-Online will launch with what Keshvala said are the top transfer degrees, including Associate of Arts, Associate of Science and Associate of Arts in teaching degrees. Keshvala said the degrees earned by LSC-Online students will be transferable across Texas. As of June, the cost of enrolling at LSC-Online will be the same as attending any LSCS campus. Infor- mation from LSCS states the cost of enrolling for 12 credit hours in the fall 2022 semester is around $1,080 for an in-district student.

coronavirus pandemic drove home the need for additional virtual learning options. “We know students that were taking online classes prepandemic and then all of a sudden were forced to take them [online],” Keshvala said. “We are really trying to cater to the demand that we are seeing.” The campus will launch with 40 full-time staff members from within the college system, she said. Keshvala said the purpose of offering an online campus is to increase enrollment with students who may want to focus on an online education, including out-of- district students. Matthew Fuller, director of the Center for Assessment, Research and Educational Safety with Sam Houston State University, said LSCS’ decision to launch the online campus matches a trend around the

Starting in August, the Lone Star College System will launch its eighth campus as a way for students to receive their degrees entirely online. The college may be able to eventually offer its online offerings to students across the country and internationally in the future, officials said. According to an April 11 news release from LSCS, the new campus was added in response to demand for virtual learning, and it has been in the works for nearly a decade. LSCS officials said in an email that developing the new campus has added around $2 million to the system’s general existing budget, and it also expands the scope of its e-learning offerings. Seelpa Keshvala, LSCS executive vice chancellor and LSC-Online CEO, said in a phone interview the

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EDUCATION BRIEFS

News from Tomball & Magnolia ISDs and Lone Star College

NUMBER TO KNOW Tomball ISD Chief Financial Ocer Jim Ross presented the proposed budget for scal year 2022-23 to trustees during a workshop meeting May 9, which includes a general fund budget increase of $13.9 million, or 7.8%, from FY 2021-22, according to a budget report. Ross said he attributes the budget increase to a 4% pay increase on the midpoint value for sta. Ross also cited the availability of materials and supplies being disrupted by the pandemic as well as opening new facilities, such as the new Tomball STAR Academy. Despite the increase in costs, Ross said the general fund budget will be balanced with revenue and expenses estimated to each total $192.5 million in FY 2022-23. $13.9M

Bond committee recommends $230 million bond package

BY MAEGAN KIRBY

TAKING STEPS FOR A BOND

The Magnolia ISD bond committee presented its recommended bond projects to the board May 16.

MAGNOLIA ISD The Magnolia ISD bond committee— which was made up of parents, community members and business owners—recommended a $230 million bond package to the board of trustees at its May 16 meeting, which could be called for a November election. The bond would not increase the tax rate for residents. The recommended projects include a ninth elementary school costing $41 million, a third middle school costing $66 million, a third junior high costing $85 million and $10 million toward land for future schools, according to the meeting presentation. Besides new facilities, the bond committee recommended improving current facilities and programs. This includes funds for expanding the career and technical education program at both high schools, renovations to the agricultural barn facility, renovations to the Junior Reserve Ocer’s Training Corps facility, technology infrastructure, and turf on the softball and baseball elds, according to the presentation. According to the presentation, demographics informa- tion shows Williams and Smith elementary schools are at more than 90% of their maximum capacity and will be over capacity in two years. A third high school will also be needed in ve years.

Total recommended package: $230M

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New buses; land; facility and program improvements

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$85M for a junior high school

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SOURCE: MAGNOLIA ISDCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

In addition to facility and program needs, transportation needs are also on the table to keep up with district growth, according to the presentation. As such, the bond proposal includes $2 million for new buses. The bond committee and board of trustees will discuss data related to the bond over the summer; board President Chuck Adcox said this bond is the rst of two bonds likely coming in the next three to four years. According to the Texas secretary of state’s oce, trustees must call a November bond election no later than Aug. 22.

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Tomball ISD board of trustees Meets at 310 S. Cherry St., Tomball. There were no scheduled meetings for July as of press time. 281-357-3100. www.tomballisd.net Magnolia ISD board of trustees Meets at 6:30 p.m. July 11 at 31141 Nichols Sawmill Road, Magnolia 281-356-3571. www.magnoliaisd.org Lone Star College System Meets at 5000 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands. There were no scheduled meetings in July as of MEETINGS WE COVER “IN THE PANDEMIC, WE ALL REALIZED IN NEW WAYS THE VALUE OF OUR OUTDOOR SPACES.” JILL BOULLION, DIRECTOR, BAYOU LAND CONSERVANCY

Lone Star College-Tomball, Bayou Land Conservancy to provide outdoor classroom

BY KAYLI THOMPSON

release. The conservancy has applied for permits to build an outdoor class- room to provide students hands-on access to concepts they learn about. Students studying natural resources, biology and environmental sciences will be able to use the classroom along with opportunities for archeology excavation, cartography experience and nature courses, according to the release. Construction on the classroom and a trail will start in the fall.

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CITY & COUNTY

News from Tomball, Magnolia and Harris & Montgomery counties

Counties look to reduce opioid overdoses

Council raises impact fees for developers

BY EMILY LINCKE & JISHNU NAIR

HARRIS & MONTGOMERY COUNTIES Commissioners in Harris and Montgomery counties announced initiatives in May to address opioid overdoses. Harris County approved an interlocal agreement with The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston to study local efforts to reduce opioid overdoses May 24. Commissioners unanimously approved the agreement, which will receive a max- imum backing of $306,841 and last until Aug. 31, unless terminated earlier, according to the court’s May 24 agenda. “I think we could always make more invest- ments,” said Barbie Robinson, who serves as Harris County Public Health’s executive director. “I believe our behavioral health, substance abuse and mental health services are underfunded, given the prevalence in our county.” As previously reported by Community Impact Newspaper , opioid overdose deaths have steadily climbed in Texas during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, rising from 4,154 deaths in 2020 to 4,831 deaths in 2021, according to the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics. UTHealth Assistant Professor J. Michael Wilkerson will lead the evaluation, according to

RISING CONCERN Montgomery County commissioners are forming a task force to investigate fentanyl use in the county as drug-related deaths have risen in Texas. The Drug Enforcement Agency describes fentanyl as a synthetic opioid.

BY KAYLI THOMPSON

MAGNOLIA Magnolia City Council voted to raise its impact fees per single-family con- nection at a May 10 regular meeting, which raises the cost for new developments to tap into the city’s water systems. Impact fees are one-time fees collected to fund a new water user’s share of the city’s water or wastewater capacity, Community Impact Newspaper previously reported. City Administrator Don Doering said the impact fees were raised to $7,400 in total instead of $4,800 in total; the fee increase does not affect current customers, only new connections to the city’s systems. The increase went into effect as soon as council approved it May 10. These impact fees have not been raised since 2019, according to Doering. “The increase in need for additional capacity required multiple new water plants and wastewater treatment facilities. ... Impact fees are needed to fund these much- needed improvements,” Doering said in an interview.

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