Cedar Park - Leander | March Edition

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NEED TO FEED The Leander ISD Child Nutrition Services department served 3.4 million meals in 2019-20. This school year it has served nearly that many through January.

‘Unprecedented’ home valuation spikes coming to Williamson County residents

BY CLAIRE SHOOP

2021-22 Projected 4,577,000

Williamson County residents can expect to see record increases in their property values, accord- ing to Alvin Lankford, chief appraiser for the Wil- liamson Central Appraisal District. Lankford said these increases—which could be as high as 40% in some neighborhoods—are directly tied to the housing market. The appraisals will be mailed to all residents around April 1 and aim to show a home’s value as of Jan. 1. CONTINUED ON 32

NUMBER OF MEALS SERVED

2019-20 3,439,868

2021-22 through Jan. 3,113,462

2020-21 2,305,714

SKYROCKETING SALES PRICES

SOURCE: LEANDER ISDCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

LISDutilizes volunteers toweather omicron spike EDDIE HARBOURCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER Nutrition workers at Vista Ridge High School and across LISD work to ensure students receive fresh and hot meals daily.

Since January 2021, the median sales price of homes sold across Williamson County, a major factor in appraisal values, has increased by 42.5%.

Cedar Park $370,000 $548,000

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“I was out for three weeks with COVID[-19] and pneumonia and, one day, there were only two of my sta here—that’s it,” Saunders said. “We had to pull people from other schools or other parts of the dis- trict, and we brought them in to feed the kids. You can’t do it with two people. I mean, they’re strong, but you can’t do that.” And it was not just Vista Ridge that was hit hard. As the omicron variant of the coronavirus reached its peak in January, LISD reached a tipping point.

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WhenMandy Saunders tested positive for COVID- 19 in January, it left the Leander ISD Child Nutrition Services team at Vista Ridge High School in Cedar Park as short-handed as it had ever been during the pandemic. Saunders, who has been with LISD for 15 years, is the team lead for CNS at the school and, pre-pan- demic, ran a team of 16. But while she and other members of her crew were out in January, the team was down to the bare minimum.

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3 Moonshine Yoga opened Jan. 24 in Cedar Park. The studio teaches over 30 classes each week including Ashtanga, Rocket, Yoga Sculpt, Hatha, Yin and more. All yoga levels are welcome, according to owner Smile Owen. The studio will have multiple air puriers and self-service coee and tea available to guests. Moon- shine Yoga is located at 2251 Bagdad Road, Unit 201, Cedar Park. 512-528-5092. www.moonshine.yoga 4 River Hills Family Medicine opened a Leander oce Jan. 24 at 1640 Highland Falls Drive, Ste. 601, Leander. The family medicine practice also oers hormone replacement specialization and the Ideal Protein diet plan. The practice’s rst oce is in Austin. 512-345-7436. www.riverhillsfm.com 5 Round Rock Donuts is now serving its popular “Texas-sized” treats in Cedar Park. The company’s second location in Cedar Park opened Feb. 20 at 1614 E. White- stone Blvd., Cedar Park. Round Rock Donuts serves a variety of doughnuts, pastries, kolaches and drinks. The bakery is also known for its 2-pound “Texas Sized Donut.” Orders can be placed at the walkup window or in the drive-thru. The location will be open every day from 5:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. www.roundrockdonuts.com 6 Sephora held a grand opening Feb. 11 for its new Cedar Park store in the 1890 Ranch shopping center, according to the company. The beauty company sells makeup, skin care, fragrance and hair care products. The store is located at 1335 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. E100, Cedar Park. www.sephora.com

7 Vista Ridge Grill opened Feb. 7 in Cedar Park. The fast-casual restaurant serves breakfast tacos, burgers, sand- wiches, loaded fries, loaded tots and a kids menu. Orders are for pickup and carryout at 700 N. Vista Ridge Blvd., Cedar Park. The family-owned restaurant is located in the Valero gas station. www.facebook.com/vistaridgegrill COMING SOON 8 Black Rock Coee Bar is planning to open a coee shop in Cedar Park in mid-summer, according to the company. The coee company’s menu includes hot and iced coee drinks, drinks without coee and more. The company also sells its roasted coee and coee subscrip- tions. The Cedar Park location will be at 1909 E. Whitestone Blvd., Cedar Park. www.br.coee 9 Homegrown Beauty Lounge plans to open its full-service salon in May or earlier, according to owner Victoria Peña. The salon will focus on natural beauty services and products. Services will include haircuts, hair coloring, hair styling, natural manicures, natural ped- icures, skin services and lash services. Homegrown Beauty Lounge will be located at 14105 Ronald Reagan Blvd., Ste. 103, Leander. 512-779-7928. www.homegrownbeautylounge.com 10 Knockout Wear , a Western and lifestyle wear store, is opening a location at Lakeline Mall in Northwest Austin. The Odessa-based company oers brands such as Oakley, Ray-Ban, Ariat, G-Shock, Rock Revival, American Fighter, Hurley, Under Armour and more, according to the

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NOWOPEN 1 The Austin Diagnostic Clinic opened a Leander oce March 2 that will oer family practice services. The oce began seeing patients Sept. 20 in a temporary space but moved into its permanent space in the St. Davids’ medical oce building Feb. 28. The practice will expand in May to oer pediatric services with Dr. Jaclyn Marroquin. Other specialties will be added to the clinic later. The clinic is located on the third oor at 505 St. David’s Loop,

Leander. 512-901-1111. www.adclinic.com/ locations/leander 2 Legends Boxing opened its location in the Northwest Austin-Cedar Park area Jan. 20. During hourlong workouts, the tness and boxing gym—located at 11521 N. RM 620, Ste. 850, Austin—teaches participants USA Boxing techniques, including proper footwork, punching technique and self-defense as well as conditioning exercises. 512-855-3110. www.legendsboxing.com

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FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON King & Cardinal Burger Joint will open a Cedar Park restaurant in mid-March. The American-Indian fusion restaurant will oer a variety of burgers, spicy burgers, sandwiches, hot dogs, wings and appetizers, said franchise owner Akhil Parasa. Menu items include aloo samosas, masala burgers, tandoori wings and grilled mutton sandwiches. King & Cardinal restaurants also oer a large drink menu, including beer, wine, shakes, Irani chai and bubble tea. The fast-casual restaurant will be located at 3101 E. Whitestone Blvd., 17 The Northline development in Le- ander is looking for an artist or group to create a sculpture in Northline Circle, one of the development’s public spaces. The sculpture’s goal is to reect “the spirit of Leander and provide a meaningful, fami- ly-friendly art experience that is inclusive and accessible to all,” according to a release. Local and regional artists have until March 15 to apply. An informational webinar will be held Feb. 28. The sculp- ture budget is $200,000. Installation is scheduled for winter 2022-23. Northline is located between San Gabriel Parkway, U.S. 183 and 183A Toll in Leander. www.public-city.org/northline Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines announced a merger Feb. 7, accord- ing to a press release from Spirit. The announcement described the combined

company. The store is expected to open in April. Knockout Wear will be located at 11200 Lakeline Mall Drive, Space C05, Cedar Park. www.kowear.com 11 Panda Express plans to open a Leander location in July. The fast-casual American Chinese restaurant has entrees such as Beijing beef, orange chicken and honey walnut shrimp. The restaurant will be at 132 W. Metro Drive, Leander. www.pandaexpress.com 12 Z’Tejas Southwest Grill is prepar- ing to open its Avery Ranch location in mid-March. This location—at 14900 Avery Ranch Blvd., Ste. B100, Austin—marks a return for Z’Tejas to the Avery Ranch area, as the restaurant group closed a dining room on West Parmer Lane in 2017. Z’Tejas serves a variety of Southwestern and Mexican dishes, such as fajitas, enchiladas and tacos. The restaurant group operates one other Austin kitchen downtown on West Sixth Street after its location at The Arboretum closed in July. www.ztejas.com RELOCATIONS 13 Family-owned restaurant Alzer’s Barbeque moved to a new location Feb. 10 on Cypress Creek Road. The restau- rant will hold its grand opening Feb. 12. The restaurant makes smoked meats, barbecue sandwiches and more. The fast-casual-style restaurant also has outdoor seating. Veronica and Naser Alzer opened Alzer’s Barbeque in 2017. The new location is at 109 Cypress Creek Road, Ste. B7, Cedar Park. 512-680-5652. www.alzersbbq.com 14 Hill Country Bible Church Leander began holding Sunday services Feb. 27

in a new facility at 589 W. San Gabriel Parkway, Leander. The church will hold services Sundays at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. with a Spanish-speaking service also at 10:30 a.m. The church was previously at 11880 Hero Way W., Ste. 600, Leander. 512-259-1900. www.hcbcleander.com NEWMANAGEMENT 15 The ice rinks at The Crossover are now under the purview of Rink Manage- ment, a nationwide facilities manage- ment company based in Virginia, as of Feb. 16, according to a statement from the building’s management team. The facilities have also been rebranded as OnIce at The Crossover. Chaparral Ice announced its lease at The Crossover had been terminated but that the decision did not aect its Northcross location in Austin. Both statements said that all outstanding commitments at the facility would be honored, and Rink Management had already rehired much of the previous sta. The Crossover is located at 1717 Scottsdale Drive, Cedar Park. www.crossovertx.com/onice IN THE NEWS 16 Ascension Texas named Cathy Heckenlively as the chief administrative ocer of the new Dell Children’s Medical Center North campus Feb. 8. Heckenlive- ly will be responsible for the operational and administrative areas of the new pediatric hospital that is under construc- tion at the intersection of Avery Ranch Boulevard and 183A Toll. The hospital is scheduled to open in spring 2023. www.dellchildrens.net

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airline, which does not currently have a name, as “America’s most competitive ultralow-fare airline.” The merger is expected to close in the second half of 2022 following approval of regulatory processes, Spirit said. Frontier and Spirit have routes in airports in the Houston, Austin, Dallas and San Antonio metro areas as well as in Nashville. CLOSINGS 18 Creole seafood restaurant La Joie has closed in Cedar Park. The restaurant announced Feb. 18 that it will close until further notice, eective immediately. La Joie opened in November 2020. La Joie was located at 1500 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. 200, Cedar Park. www.lajoieaustin.com

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MARCH 12 WORKOUT ‘90S STYLE Wear your best ‘90s-themed attire to The Crossover for a night of yoga, dancing and music. The event will start at 5:30 p.m. with yoga from PYT Yoga. Attendees will then take a no-experience-needed ‘90s dance class from 6:40-7:10 p.m. taught by The Truth. A concert from ZooDust will begin at 7:30 p.m. with food and drinks available. All ages are welcome. Bring a yoga mat. 5:30 p.m. Free. 1717 Scottsdale Drive, Cedar Park. 888-725-0156. https://crossovertx.com/etn/90s-night 18 ENJOY TEXAS COUNTRYMUSIC Texas country singer Roger Creager will perform at the Haute Spot event venue for the Lightstream Backyard Concert Series. Tickets are available for age 18 and up for general admission or the seated VIP section. 8 p.m. $24.50-$44.50. Haute Spot, 1501 E. New Hope Drive, Cedar Park. https://loveandlightstream.com 18 HEARMODERNOUTLAW COUNTRY Creed Fisher will bring his modern take on outlaw country to Wild West in Cedar Park. The Texas-born musician has three albums to draw from, including 2021’s

“Whiskey and the Dog.” Teague Brothers Band will open the show, which is for age 18 and up. 7 p.m. $15-$150. Wild West, 401 E. Whitestone Blvd., Cedar Park. 512-986-7464. https://wildwestcedarpark.com 19 TAKE THE ST. PADDY’S DAY EXPRESS Wear green and drink a pint on the Austin Steam Train Association’s St. Paddy’s Day Express train ride. The 44-mile, 2.5-hour train ride leaves from Cedar Park and travels along the South San Gabriel River. Adult-only and family-friendly cars are available. Beer and wine will be available for purchase. 7 p.m. $20 and up. Cedar Park Depot, 401 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. C-100, Cedar Park. 512-402-3830. www.austinsteamtrain.org 19 TAKE YOUR HOT ROD ON THE ROAD The inaugural Central Texas Rolling Car Show will give car owners the chance to show o their ride on a three-hour drive through the Hill Country starting at the Leander H-E-B- Plus, 651 N. US 183, Leander. There will be planned stops for fuel and lunch. Donations will be collected for St. Jude Children’s Hospital. 9:30 a.m. Free. Facebook: Central Texas Rolling Car Show

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his standup specials “Kid Gorgeous,” “The Comeback Kid,” “New in Town” and his “Saturday Night Live” hosting performances, where he was also a writer. 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Ticket prices vary. H-E-B Center at Cedar Park, 2100 Ave. of the Stars, Cedar Park. 512-600-5000. www.hebcenter.com 24 LISTEN TO TRAFFIC’S DAVEMASON Trac founding member Dave Mason will bring his music to Cedar Park at an open-air concert at the Haute Spot. In addition to Trac, Mason has also toured with Fleetwood Mac and with Eric Clapton in Derek and the Dominos. Tickets are available online for age 18 and up for general admission or premium seats. 8 p.m. $24.50-$42.50. Haute Spot, 1501 E. New Hope Drive, Cedar Park. www.loveandlightstream.com APRIL 01 WATCHAMOVIE IN THE PARK Bring a chair or blanket to Milburn Park to watch “The Croods: A New Age.” Concessions will not be available, but attendees can bring snacks and coolers. 8 pm. Free. Milburn Park, 1901 Sun Chase Blvd., Cedar Park. 512-401-5500. www.cedarparktexas.gov

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TOA SLEEPOVER Bring stued animals to the Cedar Park Public Library for a sleepover. Animals can be dropped o at the kids desk March 20 from 1-6 p.m. and picked up March 21 from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Stued animals will read stories, play games and do other activities. The library’s Facebook page will share pictures from the sleepover. Free. Cedar Park Public Library, 550 Discovery Blvd., Cedar Park. 512-401-5600. www.cedarparktexas.gov 23 SEE TOPFLIGHT PRO WRESTLING All-Elite Wrestling will return to the road with one of its rst live events outside of its Jacksonville, Florida, home in over two years with a taping of its agship show, “AEW Dynamite” and “AEW Rampage,” at the H-E-B Center. AEW’s roster includes Cody and Brandi Rhoades, Sting, Kenny Omega and Chris Jericho. 6 p.m. $34-$83. H-E-B Center at Cedar Park, 2100 Ave. of the Stars, Cedar Park. 512-600-5000. www.hebcenter.com 24 LAUGHWITH JOHNMULANEY Comedian John Mulaney will perform two shows on his “John Mulaney: From Scratch” tour at the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park. Mulaney is known for

Attendees at the Price is Right Live will have the chance to be a contestant on the show. (Courtesy The Price is Right Live)

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register for a chance to be a contestant three hours before the show at the registration area outside the north entrance. 7:30 p.m. $29.50-$59.50. H-E-B Center at Cedar Park 2100 Ave. of the Stars, Cedar Park 512-600-5000 www.hebcenter.com

MARCH 19 "The Price is Right" is bringing its TV game show to a live audience in Cedar Park. The Price is Right Live stage show will let eligible individuals play games like Plinko, Cliangers and The Big Wheel to win prizes like appliances, vacations and a new car. Attendees can

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The trac signal study showed 37 crashes have been reported at the intersection from 2019 to 2021, according to Texas Department of Transportation data.

Following a trac signal study, the city will move forward with adding a trac signal at the intersection of Hero Way and Ronald Reagan Boulevard in Leander. There was one fatal crash and 36 other incidents at this intersection between 2019 and 2021, according to Texas Department of Transportation records. Engineering rm Kimley-Horn presented its trac study to Leander City Council on Feb. 7 with three trac-control solutions for the intersection. The traditional trac signal scored the highest cost-benet ratio compared to the other two options and would be less challenging to implement. Two alternative intersections

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Toro Grande extension The project will extend Toro Grande Boulevard from RM 1431, or Whites- tone Boulevard, to Parmer Lane, or Ronald Reagan Boulevard. The 1.1-mile, four-lane road will allow for devel- opment in a currently undeveloped, inaccessible area. The city will release requests for qualication for this proj- ect soon, according to the city. Timeline: TBD Cost: $12 million Funding sources: city of Cedar Park general obligation bonds, Williamson County

CRASH SEVERITY

NO. OF CRASHES

Not injured

20

Possible injury

9 7

Suspected minor injury

2243

TOTAL Fatality

1

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37

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SOURCE: KIMLEYHORNCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

costly with estimates of $853,000 and $1.6 million. Leander City Council approved an engineering services task order in August. The new engineering services cost is $54,830. This is funded through the city’s capital improvement program.

Hero and allow eastbound Hero drivers to only turn right. Another option would add a signal at the intersection, but trac ow would continue uninterrupted northbound on Ronald Reagan.

were presented. One would close the median on Ronald Reagan at Newmember appointed toMobility Authority board The project’s budget is $444,000. The other two options were more

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New Hope Drive extension This project will extend New Hope Drive from Ronald Reagan Boulevard to Sam Bass Road. The new road will be a four-lane divided roadway with a shared-use path and bike lanes. The project is expected to go to bid in the

Crossley has several years of experience in urban planning and transportation, according to the Mobility Authority. He serves on the Texas Pedestrian Safety Coalition, the Texas Department of Transportation External Partner Workgroup on System Safety, Capital Metro’s Project Connect Advisory Network and on the Board of Vision Zero ATX. Crossley works as the founder and executive director of Farm&City, a nonprot dedicated to high-quality

urban and rural human habitats in Texas. “I look forward to working with the board and sta to explore and evaluate

BY ZACHARIA WASHINGTON

The board of directors of the Cen- tral Texas Regional Mobility Author- ity welcomed new Travis County appointee Jay Blazek Crossley. Crossley was sworn in at the Mobility Authority board of directors meeting Feb. 23 after being appointed by the Travis County Commissioners Court at the Jan. 27 meeting. Crossley will replace former Board Member John Langmore, who served four years.

spring, according to the city. Timeline: summer 2022-2023 Cost: $18.4 million

ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF FEB. 24. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT LCPNEWSCOMMUNITYIMPACT.COM. Funding sources: Cedar Park 2015 voter-approved bond, Williamson County

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DEVELOPMENT UPDATES

Projects underway in the area

St. David’s to start Leander hospital construction in 2023

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BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

St. David’s HealthCare plans to start construction of its Leander hospital in the rst quarter of 2023, according to a Feb. 15 announcement. Leander’s rst hospital is scheduled to open in 2024. The $142.5 million full-service, acute-care hospital will have a 24-hour emergency depart- ment, inpatient and outpatient surgery, critical care capabilities, robotic services, maternity services and newborn services, according to a release. The 34-bed hospital will also have room for growth. The hospital is one part of St. David’s plan to invest $953 million across Central Texas with three new hospitals and current facility expansions. The hospital will be located between the existing emergency center and medical oce building on San Gabriel Parkway between US 183 and 183A Toll. St. David’s rst announced plans in 2016 to

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St. David’s HealthCare plans to start construction on its Leander hospital in 2022.

RENDERING COURTESY ST. DAVID’S HEALTHCARE

develop 52 acres in Leander for a hospital, emer- gency center and other medical oces. A free-stand- ing emergency center opened in January 2018 as Phase 1. The second phase of construction, a medical oce building, was completed in early April 2020. The hospital is the third phase of the St. David’s development. David Hustutler, St. David’s president and CEO,

said that a facility demand analysis showed network coverage gaps and expansion needs. “The Leander area has grown at an even faster pace over the past few years and we don’t see any evidence that will change,” Hustutler said in a statement. “Knowing the lead time these projects take, it was time to go ahead and move forward with the hospital.”

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feet of retail, restaurant and commu- nity spaces; two hotels; thousands of multifamily housing units; and 30 acres of parkland, according to Inspire. The plan for Pearson Ranch includes a mix of public and private spaces that focus on sustainability, vitality and a community-oriented lifestyle, accord- ing to the release. Additionally, the land plan for Pearson Ranch dedicates 48 acres to a corporate campus. “Located in the new premier hub for major technology companies, Pearson Ranch will provide needed access to

oce space for employers, generating new jobs and providing on-site access to retail, housing and park space for Central Texas,” Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell said in the release. The project, which is anticipated to take 10-15 years to fully build out, will have an estimated value of more than $2 billion, according to the release. The rst phase of the Pearson Ranch development will span 41 acres and include 600,000 square feet of oce space, three apartment communities and some retail.

Inspire Development broke ground Jan. 27 on Pearson Ranch, a 156-acre mixed-use project that aims to bring oce space, retail, hotels, housing and parks to an area that developers called Williamson County’s “burgeoning technology corridor.” Located at the northeast corner of SH 45 N and West Parmer Lane, the development is 2 miles from Apple’s $1 billion new campus. Pearson Ranch will feature 2.6 million square feet of Class A oce space; 200,000 square

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RENDERING COURTESY INSPIRE DEVELOPMENT Inspire Development broke ground on a 156-acre, mixed-use project on Jan. 27.

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COMPILED BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

Perfect Game gets zoning approval

RONALD REAGAN BLVD.

1431

The future Perfect Game devel- opment in Cedar Park is moving ahead with approved zoning for the 110-acre project. Cedar Park City Council approved a zoning change request for the proj- ect Feb. 24. The new zoning changes over 110 acres from development reserve zoning to planned develop- ment zoning with a general business base district. The project will be at the southeast corner of Ronald Reagan Boulevard and the planned New Hope Drive extension. The project is divided into two parts. A 30-acre tract of land along Ronald Reagan will have gen- eral business land uses such as hotel, restaurant and retail. The second 80-acre land tract will house Perfect Game facilities and 16 baseball elds. Josh Sanders, a Perfect Game developer, said to council that the construction of the baseball facilities and Phase 1 of commercial devel- opment is expected to be complete in early 2024. During the Feb. 10

council meeting, the developer, council members and city sta discussed some residents’ concerns about the development. Amy Link, the city director of development services, said community concerns about the project were related to hours of operation, trac and noise levels. Hours of operation are to end at 10 p.m., but some events could nish after 10 p.m., Link said. Sanders said games are limited to two hours, and not all games start and end at the same time. This would stagger trac in and out of the facility as not all attendees would come and go during the same time frame.

W. PARMER LN.

N. VISTA RIDGE BLVD.

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Mixed-use center coming toRM1431 Shops at Vista Ridge will be located at the corner of RM 1431 and Vista Ridge Boulevard. (Rendering courtesy city of Cedar Park)

A 21.5-acre development in Cedar Park will bring multifamily units, park space and commercial develop- ment to RM 1431. Cedar Park City Council approved a zoning request Feb. 24 that allows for the mixed-use development called Shops at Vista Ridge. The development is at the southwest corner of RM 1431 and Vista Ridge Boulevard next to the existing Advance Auto Parts store. The zoning changed 21.5 acres from general business zoning to planned development zoning with a mixed-use base district. The city’s future land-use plan was also

changed on a 5.46-acre section of the project from local oce/retail/com- mercial to high-density residential. The project has three areas includ- ing an 8-acre park area, a multifamily complex with about 360 units, and a commercial development area with single- and multistory buildings, Development Services Assistant Director Andreina Dávila-Quintero said at the Feb. 10 council meeting. The park will be privately maintained with public access and amenities, said Michele Lynch, who represented the developer. It will also have structured parking for the multifamily and commercial areas.

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News from Cedar Park & Leander

Council candidates set forMay election

21,500 units needed outside Austin city limits 13.69% estimated five-year growth in Austin metropolitan area AFFORDABLE HOUSING BY THE NUMBERS

70,000 total units needed across Travis County

BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

members are elected at large and serve two-year terms. In Leander, Place 1, 3 and 5 council member seats are up for election. Council members are elected at large and serve three-year terms. Early voting will run April 25-May 3. Election day is May 7.

Cedar Park and Leander voters alike will see nine candidates on their respective city’s May 7 ballot for city council. In Cedar Park, voters will decide on the mayor, Place 2, Place 4 and Place 6 council seats. Mayors and council

SOURCES: HOUSINGWORKS AUSTIN, TRAVIS COUNTY/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Travis County growth could necessitate 70k additional affordable housing units by 2026

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BY DARCY SPRAGUE

includes additional homes that would need to be added to address new population growth and does not include the current unfilled need. It is also a provisional goal, which could be adjusted before the county officially adopts it. “The numbers I have been looking at are almost double those,” County Commissioner Jeff Travillion said. Awais Azhar with HousingWorks Austin said it would be difficult to calculate the exact numbers of units needed currently because the housing market and local economy have changed rapidly since that data was last collected.

Travis County will need roughly 70,000 more affordable housing units within the next five years to address population growth, accord- ing to a preliminary recommenda- tion provided by HousingWorks Austin. The data was presented to the Travis County Commissioners Court on Feb. 24 as part of the county’s process to establish a strategic housing blueprint—an effort to take a comprehensive look at the county’s affordable housing situation, similar to the one the city of Austin uses. The 70,000-unit figure only

PLACE 1

Jim Penniman-Morin Claudia Chavez Mike Guevara

Kathryn Pantalion-Parker* Trey Schisser

PLACE 3

PLACE 2

Juan Alanis Steve Hanes Roslyn Littles David McDonald

Collin Klein Mel Kirkland*

PLACE 4

PLACE 5

Eric Boyce* Dorian Chavez

Annette Sponseller Chris Czernek* Bill Louden

PLACE 6

Tim Kelly Heather Jefts*

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EDUCATION BRIEFS

News from Leander ISD & Austin Community College

RECENT HIGHLIGHTS LEANDER ISD Trustees approved a resolution Feb. 10 to pay district employees while LISD was closed Feb. 4 due to winter weather and icy road conditions. Nonexempt employees would otherwise not be paid for the missed time. The district was also closed Feb. 3, but this date will be made up April 18. The goal was to maintain regular paychecks, ensure safety during emergency periods and promote employee retention, according to LISD. LEANDER ISD A new COVID-19 testing site opened in February at Running Brushy Middle School in Cedar Park. The Curative-run testing site will be open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. The school is located at 2303 Lakeline Blvd., Cedar Park. PCR tests are open to the public, and appointments can be scheduled at www.curative.com. AUSTINCOMMUNITY COLLEGE The rst company at Austin Community College’s manufacturing incubator, Impact Lab, was added Feb. 21. The company, Austin-based Zpryme, will create advanced sensing drones to reduce the impacts of severe weather events, according to ACC. Impact Lab is located at the Highland Campus in Austin and oers students training in advanced manufacturing programs. More incubator information can be found at www.austincc.edu/impactlab. Leander ISD board of trustees Next meetings: March 10 and 24, 6:15 p.m. 300 W. South St., Leander 512-570-0000 www.leanderisd.org Austin Community College board of trustees Next meeting: April 4, 3 p.m. 5930 Middle Fiskville Road, Room 201, Austin 512-223-7000 www.austincc.edu MEETINGSWE COVER

Lowattendancecouldhave largeeect on funding

BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

Gearing also shared information about the 1,916 students who left the district between Aug. 16 and Feb. 10. Almost half of these students have moved to other Texas public schools and schools outside of Texas. About 1,000 students left LISD for other schooling options, according to the district. This includes 551 students who moved to homeschooling, 113 who moved to charter schools, 118 who moved to private schools and 137 who attend other virtual schools. COSTLYABSENCES Leander ISD’s average daily attendance, or ADA, is lower than projected for the 2021-22 school year. Here is how the ADA rate has changed this school year:

LEANDER ISD Though the number of reported COVID-19 cases in students has decreased since January, Leander ISD may face millions of dollars in lost state funding due to low student attendance rates. The school’s average daily attendance, or ADA, was about 94% as of Feb. 24. However, the school’s budget accounts for 96% ADA. For LISD, each percentage point below the budget amount equals about $3 million in funding, according to the district. Superintendent Bruce Gearing said the district is waiting for further direction from the Texas Education Agency commissioner to decide about hold harmless, which guar- antees state funding regardless of declined attendance. “Part of the problem is that we don’t have enough runway left in the school year to move that percentage signicantly higher,” Gearing said. Additionally, the district is facing ongoing increased employee absences, which are about 20% higher than pre-pandemic levels. The district’s substitute ll rates range between 70%-75%. Gearing said, however, that this is a higher ll rate than in prior school years.

Budgeted rate: 96%

First six weeks

93.45%

Second six weeks

94.57%

Third six weeks

94.12%

SOURCE: LEANDER ISDCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

ACC trustees to ll vacant Place 5 board seat

Calendar changes are OK’d formissed school

BY ZACHARIA WASHINGTON

Eversmann’s six-year termwas slated to end in 2022. Instead of requiring candidates to have ve letters of recommenda- tion, the board amended it to three. The appointment application deadline is March 21 at 5 p.m. The member will be selected at a future board meeting.

AUSTINCOMMUNITY COLLEGE The board of trustees adopted a process for lling the vacant trustee position in Place 5 at a meeting Feb. 21. Former trustee Nicole Eversmann resigned from the Place 5 seat on the board at the Feb. 1 meeting.

BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

LEANDER ISD The two missed school days in early February will be made up by extending two early release days in May and using the bad weather day in April. Schools were closed Feb. 3-4 for winter weather and icy road conditions. The April 18 bad weather day will be used and the early release days May 11 and 18 will be converted to full school days to meet the required number of operational minutes. LISD board members approved the 2021-22 calendar revision Feb. 24.

• In a closed session on the same date, the board members will review the interviewed candidates.

• The board ocers will screen the applicants. • Ocers will bring three to ve candidates to the board to interview. • The board will conduct interviews.

BOARD STEPS The process to ll the Place 5 seat is as follows:

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