Northwest Austin Edition | March 2021

NORTHWEST AUSTIN EDITION

VOLUME 15, ISSUE 2  MARCH 27APRIL 23, 2021 40 T H AT A L M O S T CRASHED THE GRID MINUTES In the wee hours of Feb. 15, a winter storm sent a freeze over Texas, knocking out power supply while demand skyrocketed from Texans trying to keep warm. To save the grid from collapse, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas had to maintain a healthy pulse between supply and demand. So, as supply dipped, ocials at ERCOT had to tell utilities to unplug an unprecedented amount of power.

ONLINE AT

60.2 60.1 60 59.9 59.8 59.7 59.6 59.5 59.4 59.3 59.2 59.1 59 0

HEALTHY SYSTEM PULSE

41,421 MW power plant capacity knocked out

ADDITIONAL 1,000 MW of energy unplugged

1,000 MEGAWATTS of energy unplugged

35,343 MEGAWATTS power plant capacity knocked out

ADDITIONAL 2,000 MW of energy unplugged

39,143 MW power plant capacity knocked out

DANGEROUSLY LOW PULSE Can last 9 minutes before system blackout

ADDITIONAL 3,500 MW of energy unplugged

ADDITIONAL 3,000 MW of energy unplugged

In less than 5 minutes , ERCOT ordered utilities to unplug 6,500 MW of customer demand. During the entirety of 2011’s storm and blackout, ERCOT ordered utilities to unplug a total of 4,000 MW.

1:23

1:33

1:43

1:53

2:03

TIME OF DAY FEB. 15, 2021 A.M.

INSIDE

23

SOURCE: ELECTRIC RELIABILITY COUNCIL OF TEXASCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Austin FC, fans gearing up for game day Newest MLS team to begin season on the road BY IAIN OLDMAN

MARK YOUR C A L E N DA R S Major League Soccer in March announced a few important dates for Austin FC’s inaugural season. Turn to Page 26 for more

F I RST EVER MATCH FOR AUST I N FC

VS. APRIL 17 4:30 P.M. CST LOS ANGELES FC AUSTIN FC

The team and its fans, however, will have to wait two months for the inau- gural kicko at Q2 Stadium, formerly known as McKalla Place, in North Aus- tin. MLS announced March 10 that the debut home game for Austin FC will be CONTINUED ON 26

Following announcements on home debuts and opening game dates for the upcoming Major League Soccer 2021 season, it is now ocial: Austin FC will begin its inaugural season April 17 on the road in Los Angeles.

FIRSTEVER HOME MATCH AT Q2 STADIUM

VS. AUSTIN FC SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES JUNE 19 8 P.M. CST

information on how to watch Austin FC matches this year. SOURCE: MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

LOCAL VOTER GUIDE 2021

CANDIDATE Q&A

19 18

EXPLAINING THE BALLOT

IMPACTS

6 ECONOMY

DINING FEATURE

13

21

and trust use.

Everyone deserves nonpartisan information they can

COMMUNITYIMPACT.COMCIPATRON Contribute to CI Patron today!

Scan the QR code to watch our video about the Patron program.

WE’RE HERE TO HELP Winter Storm Recovery and Customer Assistance Effort Winter Storm Uri was tough on Austin, but Austin Water is committed to helping everyone get back to normal. We’ve taken steps to make sure that no one gets hit with a high water bill, even if you dripped your faucets more than usual, or had to deal with a leak from the extended freeze.AustinWater will base your bill for this period on typical water use for this time of year. We’ve also temporarily reduced rates for residential customers, and we’re eliminating fees for late payments or emergency shut-offs. You’ve dealt with enough. You won’t have to deal with a high water bill. Find out more at AustinWater.org .

austinwater.org

2

COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER • COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM

Curious what is selling in your neighborhood? Scan me

SOLD $300K OVER

SOLD $144K OVER

SOLD $110K OVER

SOLD $107K OVER

realtyaustin.com/p/8317670

realtyaustin.com/p/8962450

realtyaustin.com/p/1631675

realtyaustin.com/p/9254733

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

4 bds

3 ba

2,875 sq ft

3 bds

2.5 ba 1,710 sq ft

3 bds

2.5 ba 2,332 sq ft

3 bds

2.5 ba 1,710 sq ft

4505 Mountain Path Dr, Austin, TX 78759 Betsy Gallagher | 512-431-8265

12118 Arrowwood Dr, Austin, TX 78727 Susan DeGraffenried | 512-699-7577

10509 Loring Dr, Austin, TX 78750 Lawrence Pritchett | 512-962-6936

13400 Briarwick Dr #2702, Austin, TX 78729 Kristi Stavrou | 512-567-8348

SOLD $100K OVER

SOLD $96K OVER

SOLD $51K OVER

SOLD $49K OVER

realtyaustin.com/p/9151812

realtyaustin.com/p/9057590

realtyaustin.com/p/3942718

realtyaustin.com/p/9281363

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

3 bds

2 ba

2,420 sq ft

3 bds

2.5 ba 2,426 sq ft

4 bds

2.5 ba 1,905 sq ft

3 bds

2 ba

1,421 sq ft

13344 Tamayo Dr, Austin, TX 78729 James Watson | 512-964-5151

13001 Hymeadow Dr #11, Austin, TX 78729 Marysol Armstrong | 512-906-9787

13124 Kellies Farm Ln, Austin, TX 78727 Kimberly Fodor | 512-809-3844

8911 Hunters Trce, Austin, TX 78758 Open House Austin Team | 512-963-2133

SOLD $45K OVER

SOLD $36K OVER

SOLD $26K OVER

SOLD $1K OVER

realtyaustin.com/p/2777658

realtyaustin.com/p/9530734

realtyaustin.com/p/5554935

realtyaustin.com/p/3182497

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

3 bds

2.5 ba 2,002 sq ft

4 bds

2 ba

2,013 sq ft

3 bds

2 ba

1,695 sq ft

3 bds

2 ba

1,470 sq ft

13501 Metric Blvd #30, Austin, TX 78727 Holly Hughes | 512-420-7941

13006 Wingate Way, Austin, TX 78727 Daphne Arender | 512-965-7292

11711 Birchbark Trl, Austin, TX 78750 Gail and Ben Team | 512-848-3477

4207 Red Cloud Dr, Austin, TX 78759 Alan Adams | 512-466-8044

The market is hot! So don’t leave money on the table.

We understand you want an agent you can trust which is why we only hire experienced agents who use our proven process to help you get top dollar for your home.

Call 512-241-1300 to be matched with a listing specialist in your area or look up your home’s value by scanning this QR code!

3

NORTHWEST AUSTIN EDITION • MARCH 2021

Meet Malcolm. Tru󰇷󰇷󰇷󰇷󰇷󰇷󰇷󰇷󰇷󰇷󰇷󰇷󰇷󰇷󰇷󰇷 me󰇲󰇲󰇲󰇲󰇲󰇲󰇲�󰇲󰇲󰇲󰇲󰇲󰇲󰇲 2+ ye󰇧󰇧󰇧󰇧󰇧󰇧󰇧

Smiles Belong on Your Lawn. Weeds Don’t.

$29.99 1 st Fertilization with Weed Control Plus tax. Up to 5,000 sq. ft. Additional charges apply for larger areas. New customers only. Offer valid with lawn program purchase. Expires 4/23/2021. Promo: CI-1 $74.99 NEW LIQUID AERATION Plus tax. Up to 5,000 sq. ft. Additional charges apply for larger areas. New customers only. Expires 4/23/2021. Promo: CI-1

• Professional Lawn Fertilization • Premier Weed Control • Tree & Shrub Care

• New Liquid Aeration • Top Dressing • Mosquito Control

No Contracts! Guaranteed Results.

EmeraldLawns.com | 512.990.2199

4

COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER • COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM

THIS ISSUE

ABOUT US

Owners John and Jennifer Garrett launched the rst edition of Community Impact Newspaper in 2005 with three full-time employees covering Round Rock and Pugerville, Texas. We have expanded our operations to include hundreds of employees, our own printing operation and over 30 hyperlocal editions across three states. Our circulation is over 2 million residential mailboxes, and it grows each month with new residents and developments.

HIGHLIGHTS FROMTHISMONTH

FROMPHYLLIS: As intangible as it may be, we look for a sense of community when picking a city to call home. During last month’s winter storm, local residents helped their neighbors when many were without power, heat and water. To help understand the cause behind these troubles, be sure to read our front page report on the state power grid. Phyllis Campos, GENERALMANAGER

Community Impact Newspaper teams include general managers, editors, reporters, graphic designers, sales account executives and sales support, all immersed and invested in the communities they serve. Our mission is to build communities of informed citizens and thriving businesses through the collaboration of a passionate team. Our core values are Faith, Passion, Quality, Innovation and Integrity.

FROMGREG: If you are like me, you are balancing the strong need to move on to more positive things in life with staying cautious about the ongoing pandemic. Most of us can agree that the new home team, Austin FC, will be a fun way to escape our daily concerns and give us something to rally behind. This month Senior Reporter Iain Oldman lays out what to expect come game day in his front page story. Greg Perliski, EDITOR

Our purpose is to be a light for our readers, customers, partners and each other.

WHATWE COVER

Sign up for our daily newsletter to receive the latest headlines direct to your inbox. communityimpact.com/ newsletter DAILY INBOX Visit our website for free access to the latest news, photos and infographics about your community and nearby cities. communityimpact.com LIVE UPDATES

MARKET TEAM GENERAL MANAGER Phyllis Campos EDITOR Greg Perliski SENIOR REPORTER Iain Oldman GRAPHIC DESIGNER Mel Stea ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Taylor Stover METRO LEADERSHIP PUBLISHER Travis Baker MANAGING EDITOR Amy Denney

BUSINESS &DINING Local business development news that aects you

TRANSPORTATION &DEVELOPMENT Regular updates on area projects to keep you in the know

SCHOOL, CITY & COUNTY We attend area meetings to keep you informed

ART PRODUCTIONMANAGER Haley Grace CORPORATE LEADERSHIP GROUP PUBLISHER Traci Rodriguez EXECUTIVE EDITOR Joe Warner CREATIVE DIRECTOR Derek Sullivan SALES &MARKETING DIRECTOR Tess Coverman CONTACT US 16225 Impact Way, Ste. 1, Pugerville, TX 78660 • 5129896808 PRESS RELEASES nwanews@communityimpact.com SUBSCRIPTIONS communityimpact.com/subscriptions © 2021 Community Impact Newspaper Co. All rights reserved. No reproduction of any portion of this issue is allowed without written permission from the publisher.

HOWWE’RE FUNDED

Please join your friends and neighbors in support of Community Impact Newspaper ’s legacy of PATRON PROGRAM

ADVERTISING

Our local teams customize advertising

campaigns for all business sizes and industries wanting to reach their customer base and accomplish their goals. A third-party Readex survey proved 78% of paper recipients read three of the last four editions, and from what they read, 83% “took action” of some kind. Thank you to the advertisers in this edition who support our work. We would love for our readers to thank them as well.

local, reliable reporting. Become a CI Patron today with a contribution of any amount. Together, we can continue to ensure citizens stay informed and keep businesses thriving.

communityimpact.com

facebook.com/impactnewsnwa

35%

of Patrons opt for recurring monthly contributions

@impactnews_nwa

$10 is the average minimum

Patrons have chosen to give

Proudly printed by

COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM ADVERTISING

COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM CIPATRON

OPENING MARCH 29TH IN THE ARBORETUM!

We’re excited to announce our second location coming soon to 10000 Research Blvd. You and your guests can expect classic Italian-American fare with pasta and dishes made fresh daily

LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED

1500 BARTON SPRINGS | 10000 RESEARCH BLVD | JULIET�AUSTIN.COM/MENU

5

NORTHWEST AUSTIN EDITION • MARCH 2021

IMPACTS

Businesses that have recently opened or are coming soon, relocating or expanding

April 1. Amenities at the hotel include a t- ness center, meeting rooms and a business center, an indoor pool and free breakfast included with stays. 512-772-1770. www.hilton.com/en/homewood 13 Men’s apparel retailer Faherty is opening a store later this spring at 11700 Domain Blvd., Ste. 100, Austin. This will be the rst Texas storefront for Faherty, which sells high-end clothing and blankets made from sustainable 14 New York City-based luxury cloth- ing company Goodlife is opening its rst Texas storefront in Domain Northside at 11701 Domain Blvd., Ste. 130, Austin. Goodlife, set to open later this spring, sells shirts, hats and more for men and women. www.goodlifeclothing.com 15 Cranky Granny’s Sweet Rolls will open its rst storefront May 29 at 10910 Domain Drive, Ste. 106, Austin. Owner Sianni Dean last year moved the company from New Jersey to Austin and said the upcoming bakery in North Austin will focus on sweet rolls. Flavors include a traditional cinnamon roll, banana pud- ding and caramel apple. Seasonal avors are added to the menu on a rotating business. 609-401-0090. www.crankygrannys.com RELOCATIONS 16 Italian gelato specialists Dolce Bacio in early January opened in the Rock materials. 877-745-8994. www.fahertybrand.com House Bar and Trailer Park, located at 6900 N. RM 620, Austin. The food truck, formerly located at 2207 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin, serves Italian treats such as aogato, granita and cannolo alongside its gelato and sorbet oerings. 512-945-4542. www.dolcebaciogelato.com EXPANSIONS 17 Turnstile Coee, Beer and Spirits is expanding into the former Gringa’s Tacos building at 10025 Burnet Road, Austin. Renovations are expected to nish before April, according to owner Mark Harris. Turnstile is adding a full kitchen, which will service dine-in and to-go customers and will feature a menu of gourmet burg- ers, breakfast sandwiches, bar snacks and more. 512-373-3273. 35

20

45 TOLL

CEDAR PARK

19B

PECAN PARK BLVD.

LYNDHURST ST.

21

12

PARMER LN.

10

W. CANYON RIDGE DR.

LAKE CREEK PKWY.

POND SPRINGS RD.

35

N

6

4

1

183

620

SPICEWOOD SPRINGS RD.

NORTHWEST AUSTIN

MOPAC

MOPAC

JOLLYVILLE RD.

3

CENTURY OAKS TERRACE

13

14

16

WALNUT CREEK PARK

8

7

360

18

TUDOR BLVD.

9

17

SPICEWOOD SPRINGS RD.

2222

22

5

15

2

19A

CAPITAL OF TEXAS HWY.

35

11

MAP NOT TO SCALE

N TM; © 2021 COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER CO. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

NOWOPEN 1 Lamppost Coee on March 4 opened its fth Austin-area location in the Ander- son Mill area. The cafe, at 13376 US 183, Ste. 800, Austin, serves pour-over coee and handcrafted espresso drinks along- side traditional coee shop oerings. www.lamppost.coee 2 National restaurant chain Wingstop in late February opened at 2900 W. Anderson Lane, Ste. B1, Austin. Wingstop specializes in oering chicken wings tossed in signature sauces such as Bayou BBQ and hot lemon avors. 512-291-6949. www.wingstop.com 3 New York City-based shoe retailer Soludos opened its rst Austin location Feb. 24. The store, located in Domain Northside at 11700 Rock Rose Ave., Ste. 140, Austin, sells high-end footwear for men and women with dierent styles to select from, including boots, sneakers and espadrilles. www.soludos.com 4 Lupe and Lucina Barragan, owners of North Austin’s Casa Chapala, on March 19 opened their new restaurant Asadas Grill . The restaurant, located at 501 W. Canyon Ridge Drive, Austin, serves elevated traditional Mexican fare with a menu of hand-selected tequila, mezcal and signa-

ture cocktails. 512-719-3390. www.facebook.com/asadasatx

es and individuals, including investment strategies, tax counseling, outsourcing services and more. 512-276-6044. www.claconnect.com 9 Spokesman Coee on Feb. 6 opened its third Austin location at 10609 Metric Blvd., Ste. 108, Austin, inside the taproom of Fairweather Cider Co. The coee shop is open from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. every day and sells its own locally roasted coee along- side snacks. www.spokesmancoee.com 10 Southern Leisure Spas and Patio on Jan. 1 opened its showroom at 13748 Re- search Blvd., Austin. The retailer special- izes in hot tubs, saunas, spa supplies, and grills and smokers. 512-240-7727. www.southernleisurespas.com 11 Austin Daily Press is the latest restaurant to open inside Kitchen Untied Mix at 8023 Burnet Road, Austin. The lo- cal sandwich chain launched in the ghost kitchen space March 9 and is now serving tortas, tacos and nacho plates at its new North Austin location. 407-782-5908. www.austindailypress.com COMING SOON 12 Homewood Suites by Hilton is open- ing its newest hotel in Austin at 10809 Pecan Park Blvd., Austin, on

5 Fast-casual restaurant Humpty’s Wall of Breakfast celebrated its grand opening March 1. The locally owned cafe, located at 8820 Burnet Road, Ste. 502, Austin, oers a build-your-own breakfast bowl menu alongside wraps, vegan dishes and some signature breakfast items. 512-394-5221. www.humptyswall.com 6 Moon Valley Nurseries Texas cele- brated the grand opening of its second Northwest Austin store March 11. The nursery, located at 12931 Research Blvd., Austin, sells trees, plants and other gar- dening supplies. Moon Valley also oers free landscape design consultations for homes and businesses. 512-812-7352. www.moonvalleynurseries.com 7 Food Points Outdoor Eatery wel- comed a new food trailer, Mexico Lindo and Delicious , to its site in January at 6901 N. RM 620, Austin. The eatery serves authentic Mexican food including tortas, quesadillas, burritos and more. 512-839-1435. www.facebook.com/mexicolindoanddelicous 8 Professional services provider CLA over the winter opened a new Austin oce at 11501 Burnet Road, Ste. 125, Austin. CLA oers nancial services for both business-

www.turnstilebrews.com ANNIVERSARIES 18 Kiefer’s Cafe & Catering on

March 13 celebrated 25 years of business at 2007 Kramer Lane, Unit 105, Austin. The restaurant and catering company serves breakfast and classic deli sandwich- es, such as reubens and BLTs, and oers

daily specials. 512-719-5550. www.kieferscafecatering.com NEWOWNERSHIP

19 Alamo Drafthouse Cinema led for Chapter 11 bankruptcy March 3. Through the ling, the company will sell its assets to a group of investors, includ- ing Altamont Capital Partners; Fortress

6

COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER • COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM

COMPILED BY IAIN OLDMAN

1

15

Lamppost Coee

Cranky Granny’s Sweet Rolls

ALI LINANCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

COURTESY TAYLOR ELLIOT

COMMUNITY 21 Springwoods Pool , located at

Gabriela’s Group recently announced its boutique restaurant Taquero Mucho is opening a new location across from The Domain in North Austin later this spring.

Investment Group; and Tim League, Alamo Drafthouse founder and executive chairman, among others. According to a statement from the movie theater chain, most of its locations will remain open, including Alamo Drafthouse Village at A 2700 W. Anderson Lane, Unit 701, Austin, and Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline at B 14028 N. US 183, Bldg. F, Austin. www.drafthouse.com/austin 20 St. David’s HealthCare on March 1 announced it acquired Urgent and Family Care at Avery Ranch, located at 10625 W. Parmer Lane, Ste. D400, Austin. The clin- ic has been rebranded to St. David’s Care- Now Urgent Care and will oer health care services for nonemergency illnesses and injuries, including u-like symptoms, minor burns, vaccinations, check-ups and more. Walk-ins are welcome at this clinic location. 512-733-9400. www.carenow.com

COURTESY GABRIELA’S GROUP

FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON Austin restaurateurs Gabriela and Arturo Bucio, purveyors of downtown modern Mexican restaurant Gabriela’s, announced Feb. 24 an expansion into the North Austin area. The duo will launch a second location of its T aquero Mucho concept across from The Domain in North Austin. This location, which the company states is slated to open later this spring, will feature a fruteria and Mexican juice bar with specialty drinks and desserts. Taquero Mucho has one other

location in downtown Austin. The “Instagrammable” restaurant serves tacos, sopes and tortas alongside a brunch menu and specialty margaritas. 11101 Burnet Road, Ste. 150, Austin www.taqueromuchoaustin.com

13320 Lyndhurst St., Austin, reopened March 9 after damages incurred during February's winter storm were repaired, according to the Austin Parks & Recreation Department. 512-974-9330. www.austint- exas.gov/department/springwoods-pool CLOSINGS 22 New Fortune announced in March it is permanently closing its restaurant at 10901 N. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 501, Austin, due to nancial problems caused by the pandemic. The restaurant, notable for its weekend dim sum menu, will hold its last day of business April 4. In a social media post, the owners said they hope to reopen the restaurant at a later date. 512-832-9992. www.newfortunetx.com

N

7

NORTHWEST AUSTIN EDITION • MARCH 2021

Local Ownership. Premium Appliances. Immaculate Showrooms . At Harway Appliances we provide the highest quality home appliances to builders, remodelers, designers and homeowners (and have for over 29 years). Come explore our amazing showrooms in Bee Cave and north Austin, featuring more than 30 leading brands and professional installation. You’ll be greeted by the best and most experienced folks in the business.

CENTRAL: 2209B RUTLAND DR. #100, AUSTIN, TX 78758 (512) 491 7600 BEE CAVE: 12400 HWY 71 STE 600, BEE CAVE, TX 78738 (512) 980 0430

CALL TODAY FOR AN APPOINTMENT.

Construction Begins

The Mobility Authority is building new connections for Williamson County.

Central Texas’ explosive growth is driving the need for proactive congestion relief. The 6.6-mile extension of the 183A Toll Road into Liberty Hill will ensure continued, reliable mobility for years to come. We build more than roads. We build connections that enhance quality of life and economic vitality across Central Texas.

183A.com

8

COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER • COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM

TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES

COMPILED BY IAIN OLDMAN

ParkeldDriveschool pedestriancrossing improvementson track tostart this spring

The city of Austin is adding improvements to pedestrian crossings at seven intersections along Parkeld Drive, with most of those near Wooldridge Elementary School. The improvements will add high-visibility stripes, crossing islands and crossing lights to increase safety for pedestrians. SAFER CROSSINGS

Now that it has nished collecting and reviewing community feedback on the project, the city of Austin will soon begin construction on pedestrian safety improvements near Wooldridge Elementary School. According to a February newsletter from the Austin Transportation Department, improvements to pedes- trian crossings at more than a handful of intersections on Parkeld Drive will be constructed in three phases. Improvements will be made along Parkeld from Payton Gin Road to Mearns Meadow Boulevard. The rst phase of construction will cover improvements from Payton Gin to Rundberg Lane and is scheduled to begin later this spring. These improvements will include adding new lane markings, pedestrian

construction, the city will install new sidewalks, crossing islands and intersection improvements. A future third phase of construc- tion will add protected bike lanes and parking adjustments from Rundberg to Mearns Meadow. The city stated some changes have been made to the original project design. The changes include shorter crossing distances at the new protected intersection at Payton Gin and Parkeld as well as new crossing islands at the intersections of Park- eld and Colony Creek Drive and Parkeld and Woodeld Drive. Further lane adjustments, includ- ing removing some parking lanes and center turn lanes, have also been updated in the city’s plans.

New yovers at I35 and US 183 will open by the end of April. (Courtesy Texas Department of Transportation)

PLANNED CROSSING IMPROVEMENT

ONGOING PROJECTS

MEARNS MEADOW BLVD.

RUNDBERG LN.

DESSAU RD.

STONEBRIDGE DR.

MOPAC

CAMERON RD.

35

290

183

COLONY CREEK DR.

N

PARKFIELD RD.

US 183 at I-35 yovers TxDOT expects to open in April two new yovers from I-35 southbound to both directions on US 183. Crews have poured a portion of the new north- bound US 183 to northbound I-35 yover, which will open late 2021. Timeline: January 2018-fall 2021

WOOLDRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

WOODFIELD DR.

crossings, protected bike lanes and high-visibility crosswalk markings. In the second phase of Council opens funds from2020bond toallowfor initial phasesof construction Austin City Council on March 4 These improvements are funded by the 2016 Mobility Bond and the Safe Routes to School program, according to the city. SOURCE: CITY OF AUSTIN TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENTCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER N

N. LAMAR BLVD.

35

the city’s news release. Construction on the rst 2020 bond projects is expected to begin in late 2021 or

early 2022, and the city anticipates completing the nal projects by the end of 2027.

N

unanimously voted to release funds from the voter-approved 2020 Active Transportation and Safety Bond. This move now allows the Austin Transportation and Austin Public Works departments to hire additional sta to begin work on the initial phases of roadway and mobility projects citywide. Once the departments hire the sta to implement the bond proj- ects, sta will start the community engagement process, according to

ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF MARCH 24. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT NWANEWSCOMMUNITYIMPACT.COM. I-35 Braker Lane exit are expected to open before the end of April. Additional utility and excavation work continues on the project. Timeline: July 2019-mid-2021 Parmer Lane diverging diamond The northbound I-35 bypass lane at Parmer Lane and the new southbound

BOND B R E AKDOWN In November, Austin voters approved a new $460 million bond package for transportation projects. Here is a breakdown of the funding pool:

• $102million: major capital improvements • $80million: sidewalks • $80million: urban trails • $65million: safety/Vision Zero • $53million: substandard streets

• $40million: bikeways • $20million: Safe Routes to School • $19million: local transit enhancement • $1 million: neighborhood partnering program

SOURCE: AUSTIN TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENTCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Connected Care for babies & beyond

From newborns to seniors, ARC offers care for the whole family with convenient locations near you! Same-Day Appointments Televisits 24/7 Phone Nurse Schedule today at ARCbooknow.com

9

NORTHWEST AUSTIN EDITION • MARCH 2021

AND YOUR AC NEEDS ATTENTION. WHETHER YOU NEED TO MAINTAIN OR REPLACE, NOW IS THE TIME WITH THESE LIMITED-TIME OFFERS. IT WILL BE HOT SOON!

REPLACE YOUR AC WITH:

MAINTAIN YOUR AC WITH:

$69 * AC TUNE UP

0% FINANCING FOR 10 YEARS † ** AND UP TO $7500 IN SAVINGS. ** AN AUSTIN ENERGY PROGRAM. ENDS APRIL 15TH!

EXTENDED LABOR WARRANTY MONTHLY SAVINGS ON ENERGY BILLS

IMPROVE SYSTEM EFFICIENCY PREVENT PROBLEMS BEFORE THEY OCCUR

www.coolmenow.com 512-886-4729

*Per system price. Cooling only. For a limited time. ** Rebates and savings on select systems only and with energy upgrades. Ends April 15th. †Financing with approved credit and on select systems only. All offers subject to change without notice.

TAC L B 26116 E A lifestyle you deserve

We are pleased to announce the addition of Adalie Raymis, PA-C!

Parsons House Independent & Assisted Living is located in the heart of Austin. Privately owned by the Parsons family, who have operated the community for 17 years, Parsons House is a unique blend of care and services to meet the individual needs of our residents. If you haven’t been to visit in a while, stop in so we can show you around. If you have never toured the community, we hope to see you soon!

Same Week Appointments Available. Call (512) 960-1725 to Schedule!

3807 Spicewood Springs Rd, Ste. 200, Austin, TX 78759 WWW. US DERMATOLOGY PARTNERS .COM Adalie Raymis, PA-C Physician Assistant – Certified Margaret Hart, MD | Tom Roark, MD | Dale Schaefer, MD | Rachel Miller, PA-C

35

Nelson Field

(512) 454-0524 P ARSONS H OUSE A USTIN . COM

CHCP Campus

290

1130 C AMINO L A C OSTA A USTIN , TX 78752

10

COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER • COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM

DEVELOPMENT UPDATES

Projects underway in your community

COMPILED BY IAIN OLDMAN

CONCORDIAUNIVERSITY Northwest Austin private college Concordia University of Texas on Feb. 5 broke ground on its third residence hall. The new four-story dorm building will almost double the size of Concordia’s housing units, the university said in its news release. Study areas and learning spaces equipped with technology will be built on each oor in the new residence hall. Outside the building, the university has included an amphitheater in its designs as a space to host university events as well as an open space for

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY DR.

620

studying and socializing among students. 11400 Concordia University Drive, Austin Space: four stories Timeline: expected to open August 2022

N

2222

RENDERING COURTESY CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS

PRESIDIUMWATERFORD Nationwide development rm Presidium on March 15 announced it has broken ground on construction of its upcoming Presidium Waterford building. More than 280 luxury apartments will be built throughout the ve-story development. The units will be made up of one- and two-bedroom apartments ranging from 400 square feet to 1,648 square feet of space. According to documents led with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, Presidium plans to also build a seven-level parking garage at the site. 9127 Research Blvd., Austin Space: ve stories, 281,533 square feet Timeline: rst apartments to open December 2022 ST. DAVID’SPERFORMANCE CENTER Austin FC announced March 19 it is hosting two games at the St. David’s Performance Center in early April as part of a preseason tournament with other Texas-based Major League Soccer franchises. This marks the debut of the St. David’s Performance Center in North Austin, though the matches will not be open to the public or media. The center hosts Austin FC’s training and medical facilities, as well as oces for club executives and technical sta. St. David’s Performance Center includes four full-sized soccer pitches, including three natural grass elds and one articial turf surface. The articial pitch was built with spectator stands with capacity for approximately 1,000 fans. Construction on the $45 million training facility, which is part of the mixed-use Parmer Innovation Center, began in June 2020.

360

183

MOPAC

N

RENDERING COURTESY PRESIDIUM AND O’BRIEN ARCHITECTS

35

13400 Harris Ridge Blvd., Austin Space: Four full-sized soccer elds Timeline: Will open early April

N

ST. DAVID’S PERFORMANCE CENTER COURTESY AUSTIN FC

11

NORTHWEST AUSTIN EDITION • MARCH 2021

IN-PERSON & ONLINE SUNDAYS - 9:15 & 11:15 A.M.

at

8023 Burnet Road

APRIL 4TH

LOVE EVERYONE: LIFE BY LIFE

Gateway North Austin 7104 McNei l Road | Aust in | 78729

Order Pick-Up or Delivery at GrimaldisPizzeria.com

gatewaychurch.com

gatewaynorthaustin

Expert Pain Care. Close to Home.

Conditions And Services • Back & Spine Pain • Head & Neck Pain • Shoulder, Arm & Leg Pain • Arthritis Pain • Spinal Stenosis • Prolonged Postoperative Pain • Minimally Invasive Injections & Procedures

We Treat ALL TYPES OF PAIN Most major insurance and personal injury accepted

Dr. Jamal Hasoon

Dr. Genaro J. Gutierrez Dr. Rahul Sarna Call today to schedule an appointment! 512-883-4686

Austin | Round Rock | Cedar Park | psadocs.com

12

COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER • COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM

ECONOMY

SOURCES: AUSTIN ENERGY, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, OPENTABLE COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER RUINED reservations February’s winter storm hit near Valentine’s Day, which local restaurateurs say is one of their most protable days of year. Data shows that reservations, already down because of COVID-19, began dropping Feb. 12-14 at Austin restaurants as the rst wave of the storm hit.

KEY

Austin

Houston

Dallas

U.S. average

0%

FEB. 15

Mass statewide outages begin as Electric Reliability Council of Texas grid fails

-20%

-40%

-60%

FEB. 1 1

FEB. 19

• First day freezing rain was reported in Austin • Power outages begin with Austin Energy reporting approximately 31,000 customers losing electricity

-80%

Power restored to 96% of Austin Energy customers

-100%

2/7

2/8

2/9

2/10 2/11

2/12

2/13

2/14 2/15

2/16

2/17

2/18

2/19 2/20 2/21

Stormclosures deepen nancial hurdles for local restaurants After slogging through a pandemic that has closed dining rooms and slashed revenues, restaurants in Austin again took a beating after the February winter storm. Associated power outages spoiled product and forced temporary closures during one of the most protable weekends of the year. fridges and restock entirely. “It wiped out our entire supply. ... We had to get all the ingredients to start all of our sauces from scratch,” Jinnette said. her establishment had some cancellations for its Valentine’s Day weekend. Though the restaurant sat at 50%-75% capacity of what was expected for the weekend, Baker commented that Andiamo’s takeout sales boosted the revenue stream. BY IAIN OLDMAN

Because restaurants across the state, fromDallas to Houston, similarly lost product due to prolonged power outages, Jinnette said supply chains were backed up, making restocking a dicult eort. In the end, the Chi’Lantro restaurants that lost power during the storm took about a full week to restock. HeartbreakonValentine’sDay Restaurateurs told Community Impact News- paper that this storm hit at possibly the worst possible moment, as Valentine’s Day typically represents one of the most protable days of business for local restaurants. According to OpenTable, a service that books and tracks reservations for restaurants across the country, the winter storm had a profoundly negative eect on eateries across Texas. Data from the company shows the percentage of seated tables at Austin restaurants from Feb. 12-14 dropped an average of 60% compared to the same time period the year before. The rate of open seats at Austin restaurants was more than double the nationwide rate of year-over-year decline, according to OpenTable numbers. Ann Baker, owner of the decades-old North Austin Italian eatery Andiamo Ristorante, said

“We took a hit, but it was a reasonable amount of revenue for the weekend,” Baker said. “It wasn’t as bad as it could have been.” Like restaurants across the city, Andiamo lost power for a few days during the winter storm. The restaurant lost four days of operation, which Baker estimates resulted in a $5,000 loss in sales. “It doesn’t sound like a lot, but [it is] when you’re small business to begin with,” Baker said. “I think we will survive this, but it’s not a comfortable situation at all.” The loss of revenue on Valentine’s Day, which Baker states is a top-three day of business for her restaurant alongside New Year’s Eve and Mother’s Day, is compounded by a year of limited business for restaurants across the state. According to a coronavirus impact report from the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, the contri- bution of the accommodation and food services industry to the state’s gross domestic product dropped 26.8% from the second quarter of 2020 com- pared to the rst quarter of 2020. The same report found spending at restaurants and hotels was down 11.8% for the week ending Dec. 6, 2020, compared to January 2020.

Beginning on Valentine’s Day weekend, restau- rants across Northwest Austin reported closures as they lost power. In some cases, restaurant owners deemed road conditions too dangerous to drive for their employees and closed preemptively. “It is certainly a challenge, this ice storm put on top of COVID. We’re already struggling to pay rent and employees, but we’re getting by. It was the cherry on top of this year,” said Mike Roth, owner of North Austin Vietnamese barbecue fusion spot Smokin Beauty. At Smokin Beauty, the storm cost the restaurant four days of business after it closed early Feb. 11. The restaurant remained shuttered through that weekend and did not reopen until Feb. 19, Roth said. Alto- gether, Roth estimates Smokin Beauty lost approxi- mately $15,000 in potential sales due to the storm. Local Korean fusion restaurant chain Chi’Lantro had half of its operating locations lose electricity during the storm, according to Arnae Jinnette, catering sales manager for the restaurant group. At those three locations, Jinnette said the restau- rant had to dump all of its product from its walk-in

13

NORTHWEST AUSTIN EDITION • MARCH 2021

EDUCATION BRIEFS

News from Austin, Pugerville & Round Rock ISDs

MEETINGSWE COVER Round Rock ISD board of trustees Meets third Thursday at 7 p.m. 300 Lake Creek Drive, Round Rock 512-464-5000 www.roundrockisd.org Pugerville ISD board of trustees Meets third Thursday at 7 p.m. 1401 W. Pecan St., Pugerville 512-594-0000 www.psd.net Austin ISD board of trustees Board information sessions: second Monday at 6 p.m.; voting meetings: fourth Monday at 7 p.m. 4000 S. I-35, Austin www.austinisd.org Austin Community College board of trustees Meets rst Monday at 5 p.m. 5930 Middle Fiskville Road, Austin 512-223-7613 www.austincc.edu MEETING HIGHLIGHTS PFLUGERVILLE ISD Parents at a March 4 Pugerville ISD workshop told district trustees that a lack of diversity exists among teachers at Riojas Elementary School and, specically, a lack of Black teachers at the campus does not reect the demographics of the students. Parents said the district should establish a diverse hiring committee for the school to help the district achieve a 2019 goal of having 11% of its teachers at Riojas be Black. ROUNDROCK ISD Round Rock ISD ocials in early March previewed proposed boundary changes for The Reserve at Wyoming Springs, a new neighborhood in Round Rock, in advance of board action later in the month. The Reserve is the only neighborhood that would be aected if approved. The Reserve is currently zoned for Brushy Creek Elementary School, Cedar Valley Middle School and McNeil High School. Under the proposal, The Reserve will be rezoned to Fern Blu Elementary School, Chisholm Trail Middle School and Round Rock High School, eective in the 2021-22 academic year. QUOTEOFNOTE “WHENTHEYOUNGEST AMONGUSDONOTSEE THEFACESOFTHEIR NEIGHBORSANDFRIENDS REFLECTEDAMONG THEIRTEACHERS,WHAT MESSAGESAREWESENDING ABOUTWHOGETSTOBE ANAUTHORITYFIGURE?” AMY BROWN, PFLUGERVILLE RESIDENT, ADDRESSING DIVERSITY AT RIOJAS ELEMENTARY

Austin ISD approves academic calendar for next school year AUSTIN ISD Students in Austin ISD will begin the 2021-22 school year Aug. 17, and the last day of class will be May 27, 2022, accord- ing to the academic calendar approved by the district’s board of trustees Feb. 25. The approved calendar includes 187 teacher contract days and 177 student instructional days—two BY NICHOLAS CICALE 202122 AISD AUG. 17 First day of school The approved calendar includes two more instructional days than 2020-21 to make up for lost time from the COVID-19 pandemic. The district will be closed to stu- dents and teachers for a full week over the Thanksgiving holiday from Nov. 22-26. dates to know

Winter break in the district will run from Dec. 22-Jan. 4 with stu- dents returning to class Wednes- day, Jan. 5. District teachers will work during three sta develop- ment days over winter break: Dec. 20, 21 and Jan. 4. Spring break is March 14-18, 2022, with the district closed to students and teachers. Trustees also approved a calendar for the 2022-23 school year with the same holiday breaks, sta development days and overall structure. Both calendars were selected as preferred options through a survey of 13,700 individ- uals, including parents, students and sta.

NOV. 2226

more instructional days than in 2020-21—to make up for hours lost during the current school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, accord- ing to the district. In terms of holidays, students and teachers will have the day off Sept. 6 for Labor Day, Jan. 17 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day and May 30 for Memorial Day. Other student holidays are set for Oct. 11, Feb. 21 and April 15.

Thanksgiving break

DEC. 22JAN. 4 Winter break MARCH 1418 Spring break MAY 27

Last day of school

SOURCE: AUSTIN ISD COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

National search for superintendent begins

has been acting superintendent of schools since Nov. 30. Ray and Associates is based out of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and has concentrated in national school executive leadership hiring searches since 1975, per an RRISD news release. Components of the search include a community engagement process to assist with accessing qualifying candidates, the release stated. “We are excited to get this critically important process underway,” board President Amy Weir said in the release.

BY KELSEY THOMPSON

ROUND ROCK ISD An Iowa- based company will assist Round Rock ISD in the search for its next superintendent, following board action March 1. The RRISD board of trustees selected Ray and Associates to lead its candidate search with the intention of having a new superintendent hired in advance of the 2021-22 academic year. Former Superintendent Steve Flores resigned from the post in November, and Daniel Presley

Former Superintendent Steve Flores resigned inNovember. (KelseyThompson/ Community Impact Newspaper)

Budget shortfall makes cost cutting a priority for district leaders

in state funding, Ramos said. The district can regain the designation in the 2022-23 school year if enrollment climbs from the current 25,524 students. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, enrollment was projected to be 26,800 students. Ramos said district ocials estimate a 3% increase in enrollment for the 2021-22 school year. That is an estimated increase of 788 students for an overall

enrollment of 26,312 students. The estimated tax rate for 2021-22 is projected to be $1.3684 per $100 of taxable value, while PfISD’s total taxable property value is estimated at $17.9 billion, Ramos said. All estimates are preliminary and subject to change. The three central budget priorities for the 2021-22 academic year include compensation, stang and expenditure reductions.

BY KELSEY THOMPSON

PFLUGERVILLE ISD Enrollment declines from the coronavirus pandemic and related loss of statewide funding has contributed to a projected $14.3 million budget shortfall for the 2021-22 school year, according to Pugerville ISD Chief Operating Ocer Eduardo Ramos. PfISD, at least for now, has lost its statewide fast-growth designation, which resulted in a $6.1 million loss

14

COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER • COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM

512-232-5000 EdServices@austin.utexas.edu

E nroll anytime in UT's online high school courses to catch up or get ahead. Full-time d iploma p rogram and single courses including Advanced Placement TM subjects available.

For more informatio n visit highschool.utexas.edu

Helping Make a a House Home

Our campuses are open. Come for a tour today!

Challenger School offers uniquely fun and academic classes for preschool to eighth grade students. Our students learn to think for themselves and to value independence.

Avery Ranch (PS–8) (512) 341-8000 15101 Avery Ranch Boulevard, Austin Round Rock (PS–K) (512) 255-8844 1521 Joyce Lane, Round Rock Spicewood Springs (PS–K) (512) 258-1299 13015 Pond Springs Road, Austin

For your family and future. Our natural gas solutions and rebates for energy efficient usage can help you meet your home energy and sustainability goals. For your family and future. Our natural gas solutions and rebates for energy effici nt usage can h lp you meet your home energy and sustainability goals.

© 2021, Challenger Schools Challenger School admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.

An independent private school offering preschool through eighth grade

15

NORTHWEST AUSTIN EDITION • MARCH 2021

16

COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER • COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM

CITY& COUNTY

News from Austin, Travis & Williamson counties and Texas

Austin City Council meets Thursdays at 10 a.m. at Austin City Hall, 301 W. Second St., Austin. 512-974-2250 www.austintexas.gov/ department/city-council Travis County Commissioners Court meets Tuesdays at 9 a.m. at the Travis County Administration Building, 700 Lavaca St., Austin www.traviscountytx.gov Williamson County Commissioners Court meets Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. MEETINGSWE COVER Williamson Central Appraisal District now oers a new tax exemption for properties damaged from February's winter storm, according to a news release. According to the disaster declaration issued by Gov. Greg Abbott, qualifying properties that sustained at least 15% damage can receive a temporary exemption of a portion of the appraised property value, the release said. A property owner must apply for the temporary exemption by May 28. HIGHLIGHTS TEXAS The Public Utility Commission of Texas named Adrianne Brandt as the agency’s new director of ERCOT accountability in a news release March 11. ERCOT—the Electric Reliability Council of Texas— operates the state’s electric grid. The nonprot is subject to oversight by the PUC and the Texas Legislature. AUSTIN City Manager Spencer Cronk announced March 22 that Assistant Chief Joseph Chacon will serve as interim police chief while the city conducts a nationwide search for Chief Brian Manley’s permanent replacement. Manley is set to ocially step down March 28 after more than two years as chief. Chacon joined APD in 1998 and has served as director of the Austin Regional Intelligence Center, investigations bureau chief, headquarters bureau chief and central bureau chief. WILLIAMSONCOUNTY The QUOTEOFNOTE “MYGOAL THROUGHOUT IS TOENSUREOURRESIDENTS ARE HEARD INWHO THEY WANT TO SEE LEADOUR POLICE DEPARTMENT.” SPENCER CRONK, AUSTIN CITY MANAGER ON THE SEARCH FOR A NEW AUSTIN POLICE CHIEF

City updates $25million emergency rental aid for low-income residents

State leaders are at odds with Austin and Travis County over the mandating of face masks. DATES OF NOTE

of the City of Austin, at a March 15 news conference. To qualify, applicants must have a maximum income of 80% of the area median income and must be able to provide evidence of unem- ployment or increased nancial hardship that began during the pandemic. Applicants who have been unemployed for 90 consecutive days and have 30% or less of the local median income will be prioritized rst. Qualied applicants will be entered into a drawing for random selections that will occur each Friday afternoon, beginning with the highest-priority applications. The city rst launched its rst coronavirus-era rental assistance program in May, which covered rent for 1,000 households. Indi- viduals and families who have already received rental assistance through the 2020 programs may apply again for months in which rental assistance has not already been received.

BY OLIVIA ALDRIDGE

• March 2: Gov. Greg Abbott announces statewide mask order to end • March 9: Austin Mayor Steve Adler and Travis County Judge Andy Brown say they will continue to require masks • March 10: Statewide mask order ends • March 11: Attorney General Ken Paxton sues city of Austin and Travis County

AUSTIN The city of Austin opened applications March 15 for a revamped rental assistance program for low-income residents who have been nancially impacted by COVID-19. The Relief of Emergency Needs for Tenants assistance program, or RENT, will deliver $25 million in direct support to vulnerable renters, enough to fund around 22,000 months of rent, according to staff from the Housing Authority of the City of Austin. Under the new program funded through federal dollars, tenants and landlords can apply for benets that may last for up to 15 months, including rent owed from previous months. A new partnership with Austin Energy also allows applicants to be considered for utility assistance without a separate application. Related costs, such as internet and garage rental, are also fair game. “The RENT program really is your best bet for quick help if you live in the city of Austin,” said Michael Gerber, CEO of the Housing Authority

SOURCE: COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Texas attorney general sues Austin, Travis County over local masking order

BY OLIVIA ALDRIDGE

TRAVIS COUNTY A hearing is scheduled for March 26 in Travis County District Court in a lawsuit over the city of Austin’s masking order. Austin Mayor Steve Adler said he and Travis County Judge Andy Brown will continue to enforce local mask requirements. The lawsuit was led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on March 11, according to court records. “We will ght Governor Abbott and Attorney General Paxton’s assault against doctors and data for as long as we possibly can,” Adler said in a March 10 statement. Gov. Greg Abbott lifted a state- wide mask mandate March 10. Adler and Brown said March 9 masking is enforced through the Aus- tin-Travis County health authority.

HOW TO QUALIFY

Not everyone is eligible to receive rental assistance through the city’s new program. To qualify, Austin residents must: • earn a maximum of 80% of the

• provide evidence of unemployment or increased nancial hardship that began during the pandemic.

median family income, which limits applicants to $54,700 annually for an individual or $78,100 for a four- person household.

SOURCE: CITY OF AUSTINCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Austin lawmakers file police reformbills named for Mike Ramos

the footage is in the hands of law enforcement. If the bill passes, police would have to convince a judge if they wanted to withhold release of the video. In addition, the law would give more authority to the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. The new legislation would require TCOLE to set standards for use of force and de-escalation and establish new grounds for the state agency to remove an ocer’s license, including excessive use of force.

indicted Taylor for murder March 11. The mirroring pieces of legislation, SB 1472 in the Senate and HB 3654 in the House, would change laws in Texas regarding use-of-force policy, accountability measures for police ocers and the public release of body camera footage. Eckhardt said under the new law, body camera footage would have to be released to civilian oversight bodies, attorneys and close relatives of those depicted in the video and to the public. Currently, she said, the release of

BY JACK FLAGLER

AUSTIN State Sen. Sarah Eckhardt, DAustin, and state Rep. Eddie Rodri- guez, DAustin, led the Mike Ramos Act in the Texas Senate and Texas House, respectively, on March 11. This legislation would bring signicant changes to policing in Texas. Ramos was shot and killed in April 2020 by Austin Police Depart- ment oficer Christopher Taylor. Police body cam footage showed Ramos was unarmed, and the Travis County District Attorney’s Ofice NORTHWEST AUSTIN EDITION • MARCH 2021

at the Williamson County Courthouse, 710 Main St., Georgetown 512-943-1100 www.wilco.org

17

Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26 Page 27 Page 28 Page 29 Page 30 Page 31 Page 32 Page 33 Page 34 Page 35 Page 36

communityimpact.com

Powered by