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Language, culture taught through bilingual program Classrooms in SanMarcos, Buda and Kyle have been implementing a two-way dual-language program that teaches native Spanish- and native English-speaking students to become bilingual and biliterate. The program is designed to enrich students’ native language through writing and reading but also helps them learn a new language at an early age. “[It] gives the opportunity to really do more purposeful integration of Spanish speakers and English speakers for the purposes of not only understanding a dierent language but also appreciating a dierent language,” said Monica Valadez, director of bilingual education for San Marcos CISD. Students in the two-way dual-language pro- gram still follow the required state academic CONTINUED ON 39 BY EVELIN GARCIA

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Against a gloomy national landscape, commercial retail has been comparatively strong in the Austin metro for years, including the rapidly growing city of San Marcos, according to area commercial real estate professionals and business owners. “In this market, retail has been incredibly healthy, compared to the dour national headlines that say retail is dead,” said Sam Tenenbaum, the director of BY TAYLOR JACKSON BUCHANAN AND JOE WARNER

analytics for the CoStar Group. But as wave after wave of national retailers close, the booming local market is constantly evolving to stay more than just relevant. A six-year look at the numbers in San Marcos shows lower vacancy rates overall between 2014-19. Inventory has seen a steady climb, as have base rent prices, up more than 20 per- cent since 2014. CONTINUED ON 36

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one in store. 512-216-6727. www.manormarketrellery.com 6 GroovyQ BBQ , a food truck that oers authentic Texas craft barbecue at 801 Chestnut St., San Marcos, opened Jan. 11. GroovyQ BBQ originally opened in Seguin in July 2019 but relocated to San Marcos at the Red Bus Food Park. The food truck oers brisket, pulled pork and sausage plates as well as sandwiches. GroovyQ BBQ also oers catering ser- vices for weddings, graduations and oce functions. 830-360-4140. www.facebook.com/groovyquetx 7 Cenikor Foundation , a nonprot that oers rehabilitation programs to treat substance abuse, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new community center located at 1205 Hwy. 123, Ste. 102, San Marcos, on Jan. 30. The new community center will help those ages 13-21, who are recovering from substance use disorder and will oer free programs. The center will create a safe space for those in recov- ery through friendships and shared experi- ences. It will also promote empowerment, leadership, teamwork and a lifestyle free from substance use, according to a press release. State Sen. Judith Zarini was the featured speaker at the center’s grand opening. 888-236-4567. www.cenikor.org/locations/san-marcos ANNIVERSARIES 8 Rental One , a Texas-based rental equipment retailer with locations across the state, celebrated its one-year an- niversary in February. The facility is lo- cated at 151 Industrial Fork, San Marcos. 737-248-1800. www.r1equip.com 9 Power Haus Equipment , a company

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NOWOPEN 1 Red Bus Bake Shop , a French-style bakery at Red Bus Food Park, 801 Chest- nut St., San Marcos, opened Feb.17. The shop features croissants, baguettes, var- ious breads, pastries, salads and wraps. The bakery is also working to add meal plans to its menu. 512-537-1902. www.thecokitchen.com 2 Central Texas Eye Center , the eye care practice located at 2403 S. I-35, Ste. 106, San Marcos, opened Jan.11. Central Texas Eye Center specializes on cataract surgery, dry eye therapy and

4 Mucho Taco , a Tex-Mex restaurant at 1109 N. I-35, San Marcos, opened on March 3. The restaurant will feature tacos, burritos, quesadillas, chalupas and aked ice. 512-667-7166. www.muchotaco.net 5 Manor Market Rellery , a shop pro- viding natural products of various kinds opened at 206 W. San Antonio St., San Marcos, earlier this year. The shop oers all-natural shampoos, conditioners, bath bombs, lotions, homemade bar soaps, pet shampoos and more. In addition, Manor Market Rellery carries reusable items and customers have the opportu- nity to rell their products with a plastic container of their own or by purchasing

oculoplastic surgery. The center also has an optical shop. 512-353-1300. www.ctectx.com 3 Chick-l-A , the restaurant chain, opened its third location at 1433 N. I-35, San Marcos, on Feb. 27. The second stand-alone restaurant in San Marcos will be operated by Jon Sprencel, who also operates the Chick-l-A at 2213 S. I-35, San Marcos. The restaurant will feature a full menu, Wi-Fi, outdoor seating and a two-story indoor playground. Spren- cel hosted a campout event on Feb. 26 where those in attendance will have the opportunity to win prizes. 512-392-5771. www.chick-l-a.com

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that focuses on small-engine repairs for lawnmowers, weedeaters, chainsaws and other residential- and commercial-grade engines located at 1621 W. San Antonio St., San Marcos, will be celebrating its 5-year anniversary in March. To mark 5 years in business, Power Haus Equip- ment will host an anniversary sale March 16-21. The business also provides pro- pane cylinder rells and sells and leases 10 San Marcos Motorcycles , 1540 S. I-35, Ste. 102, San Marcos, celebrated its 5-year anniversary in February. The shop provides repairs, oil changes, tune-ups and other services, owner Phillip Bain said. The store sells a variety of safety gear and equipment, and motorcycles can be bought and sold on consignment. 512-392-5220. www.sanmarcosmotorcycles.com 11 Corridor Primary Care , the medical care facility with a team of pediatric and internal medicine physicians at 601 B Leah Ave., San Marcos, will be celebrat- ed its 25th anniversary this month. Ser- vices oered by Corridor Primary Care include parental visits, newborn care, annual exams, woman’s health and more. 512-392-1700. www.corridorpd.com NAME CHANGES 12 The Spot, owned and operated by EVO Entertainment Group, which also owns EVO Entertainment in Kyle at 3200 Kyle Crossing, changed the name of The Spot at 1180 Thorpe Lane, San Marcos, to EVO Entertainment earlier this year. The lawn care and maintenance equipment. 512-392-1518. www.powerhausequipment.com

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FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN Allo Eatery, the food park that closed last November, after a series of explosions, has changed its name to the Red Bus Food Park . The food truck park located at 801 Chestnut St., San Marcos, celebrated its grand re- opening Feb. 24-29. To mark the grand opening, food trucks at the park oered food specials throughout the week. The park has made several additions to its location, some of which include a red dining bus, oering additional seating space for customers. The inside of the bus has heating and air conditioning along with Wi-Fi and TV. The Red Bus Food Park has three anchored food trucks: GroovyQ BBQ, LeStourgeon Seafood Company Food Truck and Abu Omar Hala. Co-owners Liz McGhee and Pascal Boudreau said they plan to bring more food trucks to the park. Along with the anchored food trucks, the Red Bus Food Park opened the Red Bus Bake Shop on Feb.17. The bake shop

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is a French-style bakery serving fresh baked goods. Though the bakery shop opened in February, it will only be open on selected days until meal plans are added to the menu in late March. The Red Bus Food Park also houses TheCoKitchen, a commercial and shared-use kitchen that can be rented hourly. 512-537-1902. www.thecokitchen.com

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entertainment center features six movie theater screens as well as bowling lanes, an arcade, a bar, a restaurant and lounge areas. www.evo-entertainment.com/ locations/thespot RENOVATIONS Roxanne’s House , the Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center’s child advocacy center celebrated the completion of a recent ren- ovation that will give the center additional oce space. The center provides services for children who have been victims of abuse. Some of the services oered by the center include forensic interviews and individual and family counseling. In 2019, the center served 574 victims of child abuse. Roxanne’s House Program Director Ashley Rios, said in a press release, the renovation will help further its mission. The renovation included building an additional 300 square feet of oce space, which will allow space for three additional sta members. 512-396-3404. www.cactx.org/nd-a-local-center/ roxannes-house

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5 The Little House on Main , 569 Main St., Buda, opened recently. The shop sells vintage clothing, jewelry, antiques and furniture as well as vintage wedding and event decor rentals. 512-763-0569. www.thelittlehouseonmainbuda.com 6 The nonprot Hill Country Theatre , which is joining Inspired Minds Art Center at Buda’s former City Hall, held its rst performance at 121 Main St., Buda, on Feb. 14. The community theater organi- zation will debut with Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest” and will host several performances. 512-710-8450. www.hillcountrytheatre.org 7 Caliber Collision , a national collision repair company located at 5236 City Lights Drive, Kyle, opened its rst location in Kyle. The business oers auto glass, bumper and paint repair as well as other services. 512-504-3213. www.calibercollision.com/ locate-a-caliber-collision-center/kyle COMING SOON 8 A second location of Riverside Washateria , which opened in South Austin in November 2018, is planning to open March 20 at 1101 Bunton Creek Road, Kyle. The coin-operated laundry facility will also oer wash-and-fold service. 512-520-5535. www.riversidewashateria.com RELOCATIONS 9 Curious Chords Music Studio at Plum Creek, located at 168 Kirkham Circle, Kyle, expanded for the third time in De- cember and is now oering group class-

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NOWOPEN 1 The Massage Studio opened in January at 825 Main St., Ste. 135, Buda. The business oers massages, including couple and prenatal massages. Founder Krystal Norsworthy started The Natural Way massage studio in Austin in 2010, which became The Massage Studio. The Buda location is the second for Norswor- thy and her team. 512-759-8532. www.themassagestudio.com

2 Saute and Sip , 100 Houston St., Ste. 9, Buda, opened Jan. 9. The BYOB hands- on, plant-based cooking classes teach basic knife skills, dierent cooking tech- niques and health benets of ingredients used. 512-910-5802. www.sauteandsip-buda.com 3 Reliable Automotive , 4600 S. FM 1626, Kyle, opened Dec. 9. With shops in Buda and San Marcos, Reliable Auto- motive oers auto repair services by ASE-certied mechanics from tuneups to

major overhauls. 512-262-7376. www.reliable-auto.com

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FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN Clear Springs Family Dentistry has relocated to 115 Kohlers Crossing, Ste. 100, Kyle. The oce features Dr. David McIntyre, who grew up in Virginia and earned degrees at Brigham Young University and the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry with his doctorate of dental surgery degree in 2011, according to his website bio. McIntyre moved his family to Texas, where he practiced in the San Antonio and New Braunfels areas before moving to Kyle and opening Clear Springs Family Dentistry. McIntyre and his sta opened a new oce Feb. 17.

es for children up to age 5 in addition to individual music lessons for all ages. The group Music Together classes, which include parents or guardians, oer “a fun curriculum that incorporates both music and movement to help develop pitch and rhythm competency,” according to Curious Chords owner Kathy Brown. 512-268-0166. www.curiouschords.com ANNIVERSARIES 10 Creative Escape , opened by Tana Sykes and Jenna Martinez at 3310 B FM 967, Ste. A107, Buda, celebrated its ve- year anniversary in November. The BYOB art studio oers opportunities to paint on a canvas or work on crafts for artists ranging from novices to professionals. Children’s classes, private birthday parties and business functions are also

held at the studio. Local artists provide instruction. 512-312-9231. www.creative-escape.net 11 Big Rob’s Burger Shack , opened by the Garza family, who owns Big Rob’s Burgers on Kirkham Circle in Kyle, cel- ebrates one year in business at 905 N. Hwy. 81, Kyle on March 20. The business serves burgers, sandwiches, salads, appetizers, sides and desserts. 512-262-6285. www.facebook.com/ bigrobsburgershack 12 Aviator Pizza & Drafthouse , 856 Kohlers Crossing, Ste. 350, Kyle, cele- brates its one-year anniversary on March 13. The locally owned business oers lo- cally sourced craft pizza and Texas craft beer. Additional locations are in Austin

Services oered include cosmetic dentistry, periodontal treatments, dentist for children, bruxism, extractions, root canals, dental implants, scaling and root planing, and teeth whitening. Clear Springs Family Dentistry’s website oers details on treatment, information about sta, forms, a blog and insurance information. 512-268-4011. www.clearspringsdentistry.com

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Seven local law-enforcement agencies come together for the seventh annual competition, which raises funds for charity. See website for schedule of events. Free (to watch), $100 (to register to compete). Cabela’s, 15570 I-35, Buda. 512-854-5243. www.cotpmco.org (Courtesy Capital of Texas Motorcycle Chute Out)

Explore the headwaters of the San Marcos River by kayak on this tour of Spring Lake, which oers a look at the unique and diverse ecosystem. Equipment is included. 5 p.m. $39. The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, 201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos. 512-245-9200. www.rei.com/events (Courtesy REI)

A nonprot organizes this ve-week running series for ages 2-14 designed for kids to get active. 4 p.m. $40. Buda Sportsplex, 310 Buda Sportsplex Drive, Buda. 512-568-1549. www.healthykidsrunningseries.org (Courtesy Healthy Kids Running Series)

23 PAINT NITE Join Yaymaker at Buck’s Backyard for a “Crazy Daisy Sunset” Paint Nite. All materials are supplied, and no experience is necessary to create a painting to take home. 7-9 p.m. $35. Buck’s Backyard, 1750 FM 1626, Buda. 512-312-9456. www.bucksbackyard.com 24 ENTRYLEVEL CERAMICS CLASS For students with no prior experience, this three-week course, oered by the San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department, provides introductory instruction on basic techniques in ceramic construction, such as pinch and slab forming. Preregistration is required, and the cost includes clay, glaze, a ring fee and some tools. 6-9 p.m. $40. Dunbar Recreation Center, 801 W. Martin Luther King Drive, San Marcos. 512-393-8400. www.sanmarcostx.gov/parks 26 THROUGH 29 'CENDRILLON' OPERA Texas State Opera Theater presents "Cendrillon", a classic fairy tale set in the 1950s that includes elements from Perrault’s 1698 version of the "Cinderella" story. The artists will sing in French with English subtitles. 7:30 p.m. (Thu.-Sat.), 2 p.m. (Sun.). $10 (Texas State students), $12 (children, military and seniors), $15 (adults). Theatre Center and Performing Arts Center, 405 Moon St., San Marcos. 512-245-6500. www.txstatepresents. universitytickets.com 27 BORN TO BE ALIVE PROFESSIONALWRESTLING Mission Pro Wrestling brings a live show to Buda featuring a match between Christi Jaynes and The Young Gun Chandler Hopkins as well as a contest between Baby D and Bryne Thorne—a debut performance. Spectators will also see Richie Garcia take on Rocket Boy Wilson. 7 p.m. $10 (ages 3-12), $15 (general admission), $35 (VIP front row). Pinballz Kingdom, 15201 I-35, Buda. 512-523-4080. www.pinballzarcade.com

28 CHAPA 5K Hays CISD’s Chapa Middle School challenges individuals, families and friends to get out to the race and celebrate movement. 7 a.m. (packet pickup), 8 a.m. (race starts). $10 (age 18 and under), $10 (1K), $10 (T-shirt only), $20 (adults). Chapa Middle School, 3311 Dacy Lane, Kyle. www.athleteguild.com/ running/kyle-tx/2020-chapa-5k 28 OFFICER KENNETH COPELAND CHALLENGE For a third year, in honor of ocer Kenneth Copeland, Hays County’s rst responders will be competing in the annual Ocer Kenneth Copeland Challenge. Law-enforcement ocers who serve or work in Hays County and the San Marcos Fire Department will be competing in physical challenges to take a trophy home. 8 a.m.-noon. Free. San Marcos Fire Station No. 5, 100 Carlson Circle, San Marcos. 512-805-2660. www.facebook.com/events/ 2625194437725914 APRIL 03 THROUGH04 MARTIANARTS FESTIVAL Two days of camping and music will also oer attendees food trucks, art, workshops and a silent disco. Some of the performers will include Brave Combo, Crypt Trip and many more. Noon (Fri.)-noon (Sun.). $30 (car camping), $25 (day pass). High Road Rocky Ranch, 1100 High Road, San Marcos. www.facebook.com/pg/ martianartsfestival 04 EASTER BAZAAR Better Together Vendor Events hosts a shopping event with more than 45 vendors as well as opportunities for face painting, photos with the Easter Bunny and rae opportunities. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Free to attend. Hampton Inn, 151 Bunton Creek Road, Kyle. www.facebook.com/ bettertogethervendoreventpage

MARCH 12 SOCIALMEDIAWORKSHOP A volunteer from Austin-based nonprot SCORE, which is dedicated to helping small-business owners succeed, will be at the Buda Public Library for a session aimed at helping entrepreneurs as well as businesses owners and nonprots maximize their potential on social media. Noon. Free. Buda Public Library, 405 E. Loop St., Buda. 512-928-2425. www.austin.score.org 14 ST. PATRICK’S DAY BASH The third annual St. Patrick’s Day Bash benets the PAWS Shelter of Central Texas. There will be rae prizes all day, an adoption event, face painting, crawsh and more. 2 p.m. Free. The Railhouse, 107 E. Center St., Kyle. 512-268-7245. www.facebook.com/ Register by March 14 to compete in this shing tournament for those age 18 and older that tests competitors’ strategic ability to catch qualifying species of sh such as large-mouth bass, sunsh and channel catsh. The tournament raises money for the Kids Fishing Clinic & Derby as well as Lake Kyle. 6:30 a.m.-noon. $25 (before March 14), $30 (March 14- 21). Lake Kyle, 700 Lehman Road, Kyle. 512-262-3939. www.cityoyle.com/ recreation/adult-shing-tournament 22 GIRL SCOUT HARP ENSEMBLE CONCERT The Girl Scout Harp Ensemble, which is comprised of Girl Scouts ages 8-18, rehearses and performs around Central Texas and the nation. To cover cost of travel to the World Harp Congress in Cardi, Wales, the group is holding a concert where donations can be collected. 4-6 p.m. Free; $10 donations encouraged. The Plant at Kyle, 157 Bill Kuykendall Road, Kyle. 512-627-0174. www.facebook.com/ girlscoutharpensemble events/643264586421114 21 LAKE KYLE FISHING TOURNAMENT

LIVEMUSIC BUCK'S BACKYARD 1750 FM 1626, Buda 512-312-9456 www.bucksbackyard.com MARCH 14 Murali Coryell and Ernie Durawa 20 Wyatt Weaver Band 27 Lucas Sousa APRIL 11 Jody Booth CHEATHAMST. WAREHOUSE 119 Cheatham St., San Marcos 512-353-3777 www.cheathamstreet.com MARCH 20 Sun Valley Station 27 Cody Bryan Band 28 Dallas Burrow NATE'S 306 S. Main St., Ste. 101, Buda 512-523-8256 www.natesbuda.com MARCH 14 Charlie Pierce & Choctaw Wildre 21 Bandreu 28 Deer Fellow APRIL 03 Nathan Hubble 14 The Barrens 19 Chris Roberts

THE RAILHOUSE 107 E. Center St., Kyle 512-268-7245 www.therailhousetx.com MARCH 13 Spilled Whiskey Band 14 Chuck Briseno

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TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES Hays County OKs its $2M study of Hwy. 21

COMPILED BY KATHARINE JOSE

ONGOING PROJECTS

THE CORRIDOR PROJECT

The study area is a 17-mile section of Hwy. 21 that runs between Hwy. 80 and the Travis County line.

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Hays County commissioners authorized $2 million on Jan. 21 for an agreement with the engineering rm HDR Inc. to move forward with a corridor-preserva- tion study on a section of Hwy. 21. The study area runs between Hwy. 80 in San Marcos and the Hays-Travis County line, close to Niederwald—approximately 17 miles, according to the county. There have been at least 37 deaths on that piece of the road, which runs along the border with Caldwell County, accord- ing to data from the Texas Department of Transportation. Funding, which was sponsored by commis- sioners Mark Jones and Debbie Ingalsbe, will come from the 2016 bond. The goal of the corridor-preservation study is to develop a detailed, long-range plan for Hwy. 21, which will include ana- lyzing trac, population projections, envi- ronmental constraints, existing buildings, historic sites and school bus patterns, among other factors. The plan will include recommendations for future changes to lanes and intersections as well as sidewalk and shoulder improvements.

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The county is planning public meetings to run through the spring as well as a web- site, according to a Jan. 20 news release. There will also be stakeholder meetings with local governments, school districts, organizations and landowners who will be directly aected. “This is Hays County living up to a long- term commitment,” Ingalsbe said in the release. Cost: $2 million Funding source: 2016 bond

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EDUCATION

Middle school expansions and improvements accommodating school district growth

The Hays CISD bond proposition that will be on the ballot in May would fund a diverse range of items, but the bulk of the money would go toward building, renovating and expanding schools.

$47.66M

New elementary school

$35.86M

Live Oak Academy renovation and expansion

PROP. A $137.48 M PROP. B $34.66 M PROP. C $12.13 M PROP. D $3.95 M PROP. E $27.77 M PROP. F $1.3 M

$8.11M

Elementary school expansions (Negley and Elm Grove)

$15.62M

Hays High School science lab renovation

$20.98M

Secondary musical instruments

TOTAL $217.3 M

$2.08M $400,000 $3.27M $3.5M

Tennis courts at Lehman High School

28 new school busses

Total:

Land for future schools or facilities

$137.48M

maintaining district assets

SOURCE: HAYS CISD COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Campus HVACs and re alarms

$22.15M

Campus roong projects

Hays CISDboard approves order for $217.3Mbond onMay ballot

$6.57M

Campus ooring projects

$2.52M

Miscellaneous maintenance projects

$880,000

Hardscape improvements

$1.02M

BY KATHARINE JOSE

capacity at the Johnson High School and Lehman High School stadiums as well as some repairs at Lehman. “I understand the goals, and I do see this plan as something that could work well in this district and positively serve our students, but I believe that we have to be mindful as a governing body as to how much we ask of taxpayers,” trustee Will McManus said before voting against the proposition. “For me personally, this is just too much to ask.” McManus was not alone in his opposition—trustees Willie Tenorio and Michael Sánchez also voted no. Trustee Vanessa Petrea said that she was voting in favor of Proposition C because she wanted the voters to have a choice. “I will be voting yes because I think the voters can make an informed decision on their own,” Petrea said. “And if they don’t want this, then they can vote ‘no.’” Three Hays CISD board seats are also up in the May election. Tobias will not run for re-election, but Willie Tenorio and Petrea have led to be on the ballot. To nd more information on the bond and updates about the election, visit www.hayscisd.net/bond2020.

Keyless entry upgrades

The Hays CISD board of trustees approved an election order for a six-proposition, $217.3 million bond that will go to voters in May at a special meeting Feb. 6. “At this point you’re now at the moment where you have to make the ultimate decision of: do you call for an election or not?” said Tim Savoy, HCISD director of communications and the leader of the facilities and bond oversight committee, which created the recommendations for the board to vote on. By far the most expensive piece of the bond is the $137.48 million Proposition A: Accommodating School District Growth. In addition to the $47.66 million expansion of all six middle schools in the district, Proposition A includes $35.86 million for a new elementary school and smaller sums for the renovation and expansion of Live Oak Academy, elementary school expansions and other items. See a full list of projects in the election order on the district website. Five of the propositions were approved unanimously—all of them except Proposition C, which would authorize over $12 million to increase

Intercom upgrades $1.2M $320,000

Total:

$34.66M

Stadium expansions and renovations stadium expansions $12.13M

Total:

$12.13M

stadium improvements

Shelton Stadium parking area and campus parking at Hays High baseball/softball complex

$2.33M

Lehman High School baseball/softball complex improvements

Total:

$3.95M

$1.62M

Central administration building administration $27.77M

Total:

$27.77M

technology

Instructional technology

$1.1 M

Technology infrastructure

$1.3M Total:

$200,000

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HISTORY OF CHRISTUS AND

CENTRAL TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER The 170-bed Central Texas Medical Center will become part of the Christus Health system this spring. Here is a look back at the two:

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Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word opens Santa Rosa Inrmary, which becomes the rst hospital in San Antonio amid a cholera epidemic in the city.

HEALTH CARE

Central Texas Medical Center moved to its current location in 1983. (Joe Warner/Community Impact Newspaper)

ChristusHealthpurchases 170-bed Central Texas Medical Center

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hospital is staed by 700 employees and has more than 200 on-sta and consulting physicians. “CTMC is committed to providing excellent care to the San Marcos com- munity, and this transition will best position CTMC to continue to deliver quality care as part of a network of health care facilities in the state,” CTMC CEO Anthony Stahl said in a news release. Kristy Stark, the communications director for the city of San Marcos, said the city has not been involved with the purchase, but that “we look forward to a continued positive and fruitful relationship with the new Christus ownership as they meet the health and service needs of our growing community.” Christus owns hospitals, primary care and urgent care clinics as well as emergency rooms across Texas, Louisiana, NewMexico and Arkansas as well as several Latin American countries. Christus also has an outpa- tient surgery center in San Marcos.

Central Texas Medical Center opens under the name Hays County Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Memorial Hospital.

1930

Santa Rosa Inrmary is renamed to Santa Rosa Hospital.

BY CHASE KARACOSTAS

spokesperson Kevin Dolliole said in a statement. “When we look at the I-35 corridor from San Antonio to Austin, we see the growth that has occurred, especially in areas like San Marcos. So we’re eager to expand our reach to this community and the surrounding ones. In doing so, we’ll be able to provide high-quality health care to more individuals, providing more access to our best practices and specialized medicine not available in all parts of Texas.” CTMC’s parent company Advent- Health has not responded to requests for further comment. The medical center has been oper- ating in San Marcos since 1923, start- ing out as the Hays County Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Memorial Hos- pital, according to its website. The

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Christus Health, an Irving-based health network, will nalize this spring the purchase of a hospital in San Marcos in the Catholic group’s rst major expansion into the city. The 170-bed Central Texas Med- ical Center will change hands from AdventHealth to Christus this spring, according to a Feb. 3 news release. Until the transaction is nalized, the hospital remains under the ownership of Florida-based AdventHealth. Located at 1301 Wonder World Drive, San Marcos, it is the only hospital in the city. “We’re condent that together Christus Santa Rosa Health System can increase access to health care services provided to residents of Central Texas,” Christus Health

Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word begins expanding into a health network with the opening of a children’s hospital in San Antonio.

1983

CTMC moves into its current location at 1301 Wonder World Drive, San Marcos.

1999

Santa Rosa joins Christus Health to become part of a larger hospital network.

2012

Central Texas Medical Center spends $2 million to become the only hospital between Austin and San Antonio to oer da Vinci robotic-assisted surgery. Christus Health purchases Central Texas Medical Center fromAdventHealth. SOURCES: CTMC, CHRISTUS HEALTH COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER 2020

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FUNDING THE LAWSUIT THE LAWSUI The six agencies that have signed onto the lawsuit are giving a total of $260,000 to the eort. SOURCES: CITY OF AUSTIN, BARTON SPRINGS EDWARDS AQUIFER CONSERVATION DISTRICT, HAYS COUNTY, CITY OF KYLE, CITY OF SAN MARCOS, TRAVIS COUNTYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

$5K Kyle

Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District

$5K

$25K San Marcos

$260,000 TOTAL:

$100K Austin

Travis County

$50K

Hays County

$75K

ENVIRONMENT Opponents le endangered species lawsuit to stopPermian pipeline Construction has started on the western end of the Permian Highway Pipeline. (Courtesy Kinder Morgan)

BY KATHARINE JOSE

in Austin at a date yet to be set. Construction has already started on the western end of the pipeline, which runs between the Permian Basin and the Gulf Coast, but has been held up by permit delays in Central Texas. The city of Austin has earmarked $100,000; Hays County has dedi- cated $75,000; Travis County voted on $50,000; the city of San Marcos allocated up to $25,000; and the city of Kyle and the BSEACD approved $5,000. Allen Fore, Kinder Morgan vice president of public aairs, said the company is not concerned. “We have been and are in com- pliance with all of the rules and regulation applicable to our project,” Fore said. “We are condent we are in compliance with the particulars involving endangered species.”

Texas and that the company has not sought the appropriate permits from the federal government that would allow it to do so without violating the Endangered Species Act. Those permits come from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, which are named as defendants in the complaint along with Kinder Morgan in part because, according to the text of the suit, the two agencies have recently created a new permitting process that was adopted in violation of the Administrative Procedure Act. No permits have yet been issued, but as Community Impact Newspaper previously reported, Kinder Morgan has already mobilized and is ready to begin construction. The anticipated endangered species lawsuit was at one point not going to be led until after the permits that

it challenges were issued. According to the text of the suit, plaintis are concerned that if they wait to sue, by the time the case goes to court Kinder Morgan may have completed enough construction that issuing an injunc- tion would not be meaningful. The suit reads, “While no permits have been granted nor any other purported authorization issued, on information and belief Plaintis expect that ... Kinder Morgan will immediately begin destroying and damaging federally listed species and their habitats before Plaintis and the Court have the opportunity to review or address the legality of their activities.” The suit asks for an injunction, but on Feb. 14 a federal judge declined to issue a temporary restraining order to stop construction. A hearing on a preliminary injunction will take place

A lawsuit challenging the Permian Highway Pipeline and asking for an injunction to stop its impending construction was led Feb. 5 in U.S. District Court in Austin. Plaintis listed in the suit include the cities of Austin and San Marcos, Hays and Travis counties, the Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conserva- tion District and several landowners. The city of Kyle is not listed as a plainti, but the suit will be amended to include it, according to Jessica Karlsruher, executive director of the Texas Real Estate Advocacy and Defense Coalition, which is partially funding suit. The plaintis are charging, accord- ing to a copy of the suit, that Kinder Morgan will damage endangered spe- cies habitats when it builds a 430-mile natural gas pipeline through Central

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SECURE YOUR SPOT BY REGISTERING ONLINE ON APRIL 23RD!

STEP INTO PRE-K Hays CISD Prekindergarten Registration for the 2020-2021 School Year will be available ONLINE April 23, 2020! The prekindergarten program will offer children hands-on, purposeful opportunities for learning and will build a firm foundation for educational success. IS YOUR CHILD ELIGIBLE?

You will pre-qualify your student by visiting www.hayscisd.net/PreK and submit your online application. Once you have pre-qualified your child, please bring the following: • Proof of birth • Up-to-date immunization record

To qualify, children must be four years old on or before September 1, 2020 and meet one of the following criteria:

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ELIGIBILITY, VISIT https://tea.texas.gov/earlychildhoodeducation.aspx Para Español visite nuestro sitio de internet: www.hayscisd.net/PreK • Is eligible to participate in free and reduced-price lunch program, • Unable to speak or comprehend the English language, • Is a child of an active duty member of the armed forces including state military or reserves, if parent was injured or killed while serving on active duty, • Homeless, • Is or ever has been in foster care, or • Is the child of a police officer, firefighter, or medical responder seriously injured or killed in the line of duty and received a Star of Texas Award

• Current proof of income • Current proof of residence • Parent/guardian picture ID

¡ INSCRIPCIONES DE HAYS CISD PRE KÍNDER ! Para el año escolar 2020-2021 será disponible en línea a partir del 23 de abril 2020. El distrito escolar de Hays ofrece a los niños un programa educativo de mucha interacción que les ayudará a construir una base sólida para su éxito educativo. Por favor, visite el sitio web de Hays CISD para más información www.hayscisd.net/PreK

If your child will be entering Kindergarten in the 2020-2021 school year and you are interested in the Hays CISD Dual Language two-way model, please join us for information on the program expectations, program model, language acquisition, assessment, identification, and notification process. You only need to attend one meeting. JUNTA INFORMATIVA 2020-2021 PARA LA ACADEMIA DUAL DE DOS-VÍAS Si su hijo/a va a empezar kinder en el año 2020-2021 y usted está interesado/a en el programa dual de dos-vías en nuestro distrito, favor de reunirse con nosotros para información sobre las expectativas, el modelo, la adquisición de lenguaje, evaluaciones, identificación y el proceso de notificación. Esta junta es para alumnos que dominan el inglés y quieren aprender las materias en inglés y español. Solamente necesita asistir a una de las juntas.

2020-2021 TWO-WAY DUAL LANGUAGE ACADEMY INFORMATION MEETINGS

Where: Science Hall Library | ¿Dónde?: Science Hall - Biblioteca When: March 24th & 31st & April 2, 2020 | ¿Cuándo?: 24 y 31 de marzo y 2 de abril, 2020 Time: 5:30-6:30 PM and 10-11 AM on March 31st | ¿Hora?: 5:30-6:30 PM y 10-11 AM el 31 de marzo

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