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Lessons fromthe fall prepare Plano ISD for spring Audrey Boerner, a third grader at Wyatt Elementary School, works on a virtual homework assignment with help from her mother, Amy Boerner. (Liesbeth Powers/Community Impact Newspaper)

in the spring. “The words of armation … telling her she’s doing a good job and all that, it’s just, it’s very limited compared to what she would be getting if [she] were in the classroom all day with that teacher,” Boerner said. Whether their students should attend school virtually or

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On any given weekday this fall, Plano ISD mom Amy Boerner can be found with her hands full at home helping her two daughters navigate Zoom calls and assignments fromWyatt Elementary School. Boerner said she opted for virtual learning for the fall semester but is switching her rst grader to in-person school

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Plano arts groups are nding cre- ative ways to survive despite having faced unprecedented nancial strain for the better part of a year. A lack of tourism this spring and summer caused a nosedive in hotel-motel occupancy tax revenue, the main funding source for cultural CONTINUED ON 24 Local arts groups innovate to survive BY LIESBETH POWERS

A sharp drop in booking revenues at Plano hotels has weakened the hotel occupancy tax fund, which supports the Plano Events Center, Visit Plano and grants for cultural arts groups.

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FROMLEANNE: While our gatherings may be smaller, socially distanced or held virtually, the holiday season is the perfect time to reconnect with what matters most: kindness, community and quality time with the people we love. I also hope everyone has a chance to unplug from digital devices, cozy up with a cup of coee and enjoy this latest issue of Community Impact Newspaper . Thank you for reading and trusting us to bring you local news all year long. Leanne Libby, GENERALMANAGER

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llibby@communityimpact.com EDITOR Olivia Lueckemeyer REPORTERS Makenzie Plusnick, Liesbeth Powers GRAPHIC DESIGNER Chase Autin ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Rebecca Anderson, Stephanie Burnett MANAGING EDITOR Valerie Wigglesworth ART PRODUCTIONMANAGER Breanna Flores CORPORATE LEADERSHIP PUBLISHERS AND FOUNDERS John and Jennifer Garrett GROUP PUBLISHER Traci Rodriguez EXECUTIVE EDITOR Joe Warner METRO LEADERSHIP PUBLISHER Christal Howard John and Jennifer Garrett began Community Impact Newspaper in 2005 in Pugerville, Texas. The company’s mission is to build communities of informed citizens and thriving businesses through the collaboration of a passionate team. Today, we operate across ve metropolitan areas providing hyperlocal, nonpartisan news produced by our full-time journalists in each community we serve. BECOMEA#COMMUNITYPATRON CREATIVE DIRECTOR Derek Sullivan SALES DIRECTOR Tess Coverman WHOWE ARE

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FROMOLIVIA: The COVID-19 pandemic has put pressure on many industries, and the world of cultural art and performances is no exception. Our issue this month features more information on how arts organizations in Plano have fared during the pandemic (see Page 24). Planning for the spring semester in Plano ISD is also in full swing. Read more in our cover story about how this unprecedented semester went. Olivia Lueckemeyer, EDITOR

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NOWOPEN 1 Cosmic Canine opened a new location in October at 1101 Ohio Drive, Plano. The business oers dog training, boarding, day care and grooming. 972-596-5976. www.cosmiccanine.com 2 IFixDallas , a business that oers in-house device repairs, opened Dec. 1 at 2109 W. Parker Road, Ste. 206, Plano. iFix provides services for Apple, Microsoft, Windows, Linux, Samsung, HP and Dell products, including iPhones, iPads and consoles. Each device will receive a full inspection and diagnosis before repair, and in-house repairs allow for increased data privacy, according to the owner. Data recovery, virus removal, website design and technical support are among the other services oered by iFix. 972-836-7574. www.ixdallas.com 3 Hot Chicks , a restaurant specializing in hot Nashville chicken, opened Dec. 14 at 1885 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 300, Plano. The fast-casual restaurant oers Halal, dairy- and peanut-free chick- en sandwiches and tenders at varying heat levels as well as sides, salads, tacos and adult slushies. 214-758-0310. www.hotchickschicken.com

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4 Jai Meals opened in September in The Shops at Willow Bend at 6121 W. Park Blvd., Plano. The plant-based, grab-and-go meal delivery service oers a weekly vegan menu that includes avorful, nutrient-dense meals prepared by a team of local chefs. 972-905-4595. www.jaimeals.com 5 J’Dashae moved its online sales to a brick-and-mortar location with its grand opening Nov. 14 at 700 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Ste. 210, Plano. The fashion boutique oers trendy footwear, apparel and accessories, including handbags and hats. J’Dashae began selling items online this August under the name J’Dashae Chateau of Shoes. 972-212-4076. www.jdashaecos.com 6 Texas Collision Centers opened Dec. 14 at 2501 N. Central Expressway, Plano. The business specializes in all aspects of collision repair, including bumper damage, paint, hail damage and no-paint dent repair. 469-214-9161. www.texascollisioncenters.com REOPENING 7 Knife Burger reopened for in-person dining Nov. 25 at The Shops at Willow

Bend at 6121 W. Park Blvd., Plano. The restaurant, which sits next to Knife Butcher near Knife Steakhouse in the mall, is now open for in-person lunch and dinner. The restaurants halted in-person dining service in March as part of its COVID-19 precautions. 214-299-5935. www.knifeplano.com 8 Knife Steakhouse reopened for in-person dining Nov. 25 at The Shops at Willow Bend at 6121 W. Park Blvd., Plano. The restaurant is now open for dinner with a newly remodeled dining room and patio, which includes a ren- ished bar, new chandeliers and a new lounge area by the meat aging box. The dining room is open at limited capac- ity. The restaurants halted in-person dining service in March as part of its COVID-19 precautions. 214-299-5943. www.knifeplano.com COMING SOON 9 After Hours Urgent & Complete Dentistry is expected to open a location at 3937 N. Central Expressway, Plano, in early January. The dental oce is open in the evenings and provides various services, such as tooth extraction, bro-

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ken tooth repair, crowns, caps, denture repairs, replacement teeth and wisdom tooth extractions. The business also has an oce in Allen. 469-854-4333 (Allen location). www.afterhoursdentistry.com 10 Beerhead Bar & Eatery is working to open by February at 5805 Preston Road, Plano. The business will feature 500 craft beers, with 50 on tap, as well as a food menu specially curat- ed to pair with the bar’s beers and cocktails. The menu features upscale

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FEATURED IMPACT EXPANSION Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County is building another full-service facility to better serve children in the county, according to a Dec. 1 news release. The Speese Campus, which will be located at Heritage Drive and Harroun Avenue in McKinney, will be funded by a campaign the nonprot started two years ago that raised $11 million, including a $1 million gift of land, according to the release. The need for the 40,000-square-foot facility comes from the projection that the number of children in the county will triple over the next 25 years. “We have more exciting days to come as we work toward ensuring that no matter how large Collin County grows, no child is ever turned away, and every child has access to the full range of services they need to heal,” CEO Lynne McLean said in the release. The project is expected to break COURTESY CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER OF COLLIN COUNTY bar food, such as specialty pizzas, sandwiches, desserts and the eatery’s signature “Barbarian Pretzel,” accord- ing to franchise co-owner Ashish Patel. A phone number is not yet available. www.beerheadbar.com/plano-texas 11 Plano Athletic Club is set to hold a grand opening Jan. 9 at 4600 W. Park Blvd., Plano. The newly renovated, membership-based health club will oer state-of-the-art athletic equipment, a physical therapy zone, a 3D body scanner, a recovery zone and more. 972-363-3547. http://planoathleticclub.com

ground next summer and to be up and running by fall 2022. The Children’s Advocacy Center, which has a agship location at 2205 Los Rios Blvd., Plano, serves children who have been aected by abuse and neglect, according to its website. The nonprot provides resources, such as therapists, nurses and caseworkers, to ensure that children and families have the support they need. 972-633-6600 www.caccollincounty.org

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RELOCATIONS 12 Shoe Care Center opened a new lo- cation Nov. 1 at 601 W. Parker Road, Pla- no. Formerly located in the Collin Creek Mall, the business oers shoe repair services, such as heel and sole replace- ments, shoe shines and polishes, dyes and color restoration, high-heel caps, patches and orthopedic adjustments. The business also oers services for purses, bags and leather goods. 972-881-7463. www.shoecarecenters.com

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on employee collaboration, per a Dec. 2 news release from the real estate ser- vices company. All central operations, including brokerage, mortgage, insur- ance and title services, are now housed under one roof. The facility, located at 5560 Tennyson Parkway, Ste. 100, Plano, includes oce space, conference rooms, a video and photo studio, and a shaded outdoor courtyard. 972-980-6600. www.ebby.com EXPANSIONS 4 Peloton announced Dec. 9 that it is growing its Legacy Central footprint by expanding into an adjacent one-story building. The expansion means the com- bined oce space will now be quadruple the size of the company’s previous lease and will allow Peloton to hire up to 1,600 new corporate employees over the next ve years, according to the release. The tness platform opened its Plano oces, located at 7500 Windrose Ave., Ste. B165, Plano, in 2018. The new 103,750-square- foot space will open next summer.

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NOWOPEN 1 Sidney Deupree LPC opened a coun- seling practice in November at 5851 Leg- acy Circle, Ste. 6401, Plano. Deupree, a licensed professional counselor, special- izes in cognitive behavioral therapy for children, adolescents and young adults to help them address behavioral, emotional and relational needs. 580-215-0914. www.sidneydeupree.com

COMING SOON 2 Four luxury brands will soon open in a new building directly across the street from the Legacy Food Hall in the Legacy West development at 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano. The stores include Gucci, Louis Vuitton , Tiany & Co. and Tory Burch. Louis Vuitton and Tiany & Co. will open in spring 2021, according to signs on the building. Opening dates

for Gucci and Tori Burch have not been conrmed. www.legacywest.com RELOCATIONS 3 Ebby Halliday moved its corporate headquarters in early December from Dallas to Legacy Business Park in Plano. The 17,000-square-foot, state-of-the- art facility is half the size of the former headquarters and puts a renewed focus

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Chilangos Tacos serves Mexico City-style street tacos. (Courtesy Chilangos Tacos)

FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN Chilangos Tacos opened Nov. 24 at Legacy Hall in Plano. The restaurant oers street food-style tacos, quesadillas and sides, including its signature Las Costras Taco, which is prepared with grilled Monterey Jack cheese melted directly on the grill and lled with a choice of protein. Other menu favorites from Chilangos Tacos include the Al Pastor Costra and Birria Tacos, according to co-founders Jon Garay and chef Joel Mendoza, who worked together in restaurants in Mexico City before coming to North Texas. The two opened the Dallas location of Chilangos Tacos in 2019. They said they look forward to growing into the Plano area, according to a Nov. 23 press release. “Since opening our Harry Hines [Dallas] location, we’ve seen taco enthusiasts from Oklahoma, Celina Plano, is part of a larger renovation project underway at the center. The former shop will be demolished to make room for a new court, according to the release. The pro shop sells tennis appar- el, shoes and gear. It also oers tennis racquet stringing services. The center, which is owned and operated by the city, houses 21 lighted tennis courts and eight pickleball courts. The entire project, led by Pogue Construction Company, is expected to be nished in late February. 972-941-7170. www.highpointtennis.com 6 Lt. Russell A. Steindam Park is now open to the public after months of renovations, a Nov. 24 city press release shared. Renovations include drainage improvements, a new trail connection, tree removal and replacement, and a new irrigation system for certain areas of the park. The park, located in north central Plano at 4501 Quincy Lane, Plano, has

and beyond driving to try our tacos,” Garay said in the release. “When the opportunity to open at Legacy Hall came to the table, it felt like the perfect match. Geographically, it targets the growth that we were planning for the next ve years, and we feel we can fulll a need for Mexico City-style tacos in the area.” Legacy Food Hall is located at 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano. 972-846-4255 www.chilangostacos.com

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a playground, a shaded pavilion, a grill, a drinking fountain, picnic tables, a hike and bike trail, and open space. TEMPORARY CLOSURES 7 The Ginger Man , a pub that serves a variety of draught beers from inter- national, national and local breweries, has closed temporarily, according to its website. A lockout notice was posted to the business’s door Oct. 8. An employee at The Ginger Man in Las Colinas said the business may reopen its Plano location, but it is currently unable to operate due to the state-mandated closure of bars. The Plano Ginger Man is located in The Shops at Legacy at 7205 Bishop Road, Ste. E1, Plano. 469-814-8299. www.thegingerman.com

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REGIONAL HOLIDAY EVENTS

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DEERFIELD HOLIDAY LIGHTS Through Dec. 30 The Plano neighborhood Deereld turns on its elaborate display of holiday lights Mon.-Fri. from 7-10 p.m. and Sat.-Sun. from 7-11 p.m. Guests can walk or drive through the display. Carriage rides starting at $165 are available through North Star Carriages, which recommends getting a reservation. Free Deereld, Plano

DALLAS ZOO LIGHTS Select nights, through Jan. 3 Visitors can cruise along a newly constructed pathway through parts of the Dallas Zoo set up in elaborate light displays. Gates open at 6 p.m. and close at 9 p.m. Tickets start at $65 per car for nonmembers, $50 per car for members Dallas Zoo, 650 S R L Thornton Freeway, Dallas 469-554-7500 www.dallaszoo.com/zoolights HOLIDAY LIGHTS SPECTACULAR Through Jan. 3 Visitors can drive or walk through the lights display at Vitruvian Park in Addison beginning Nov. 27. The park made the decision not to host any of its annual special events in conjunction with the lights due to the pandemic. Free Vitruvian Park, 3875 Ponte Ave., Addison www.udr.com/vitruvian-park

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The north side of The Shops of Legacy transforms into the Gingerbread Village, with life-size gingerbread and sugar cookie characters, trees, candy canes and snowakes. Visitors can drive through the village or walk around and pose for photos. The event will take place north of Legacy Drive near The Capital Grille and Seasons 52. Free. 5741 Legacy Drive, Plano. 469-467-9995. www.shopsatlegacy.com (Courtesy The Shops at Legacy)

www.deereldplano.org RADIANCE! FRISCO Through Jan. 3

The roughly 1.5-mile drive-thru lights experience at the Dr Pepper Ballpark is paired with a radio soundtrack for a socially distanced Christmas experience. Tickets start at $30 per vehicle Dr Pepper Ballpark, 7300 Roughriders Trail, Frisco www.radiancechristmas.com

St. Andrew United Methodist Church, 5801 W. Plano Parkway, Plano. Online. www.planosymphony.org 31 PEGASUS THEATRE NEW YEAR’S EVE STREAM The Eisemann Center is oering a streamed performance of “A Trie Dead!” featuring the Pegasus Theatre to ring in the new year. Tickets for the murder mystery movie are available through the Eisemann Center events webpage. 8 p.m. $18. 972-744-4650. www.eisemanncenter.com DALLAS AREA TRAIN SHOW The annual Dallas Area Train show will include opportunities for hobbyists from experts to novices during two days of operating layouts and how-to clinics. The event will be held at the Plano Event Center, and tickets are available at the door only. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (Sat.), 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. (Sun.). $10; free (children under age 12). 2000 E. Spring Creek Parkway. www.dfwtrainshows.com JANUARY 16 AND 17

BY LIESBETH POWERS DECEMBER THROUGH JAN. 10 HISTORIC GRAPEVINE CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR Grapevine, the designated Christmas Capital of Texas, is decking out its Main Street with thousands of lights and decorations. There will also be daily performances with animated snowmen, a Whoville adventure in the Town Square Gazebo, a 40-foot animated singing Christmas tree at the gazebo and a light show at City Hall. Free. Times vary. Main Street, Grapevine. 877-410-7572. www.grapevinetexasusa.com 19 THROUGH 25 HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS CONCERT The Plano Symphony Orchestra will continue its tradition of holiday concerts with in-person performances Dec. 19-20. The performances will feature Hector Guzman and Steve Amerson. Streaming tickets are also available for viewing the concert on-demand after 4 p.m. Dec. 20 until Dec. 25. In-person performances are at 4 p.m. Dec. 19 and 20. Starting at $25. 972-473-7262.

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THE SHOPS AT WILLOW BEND Through Dec. 24; times vary 15-minute appointment slots, 5 prints $39.99 and up Macy’s Court, 6121 W. Park Blvd., Plano 972-202-4900 www.shopwillowbend.com/events THE SHOPS AT LEGACY Through Dec. 24; times vary 5-minute visit, 2 images (more image options available) $60 and up

7161 Bishop Road, Ste. G1, Plano 972-834-4300 www.silverstarpicturessanta.com LEGACY WEST Dec. 19, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. 10-minute visit, pop-up Santa Shoppe, 2 digital portraits $59 5908 Headquarters Drive, Plano 214-235-3239 www.photographybymisty.com/ santa-2020

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Cost: $4.6 million Funding source: Texas Department of Transportation 4 Park Boulevard intersection improvements A project to improve five intersections along Park Boulevard began in early October. The project scope includes the intersections of Park with Coit Road, Custer Road, Alma Road, K Avenue and Jupiter Road. Crews will focus on two intersections at a time; currently, they are working at A Coit and B Jupiter. Timeline: October 2020-October 2021 Cost: $4.2 million Funding sources: Collin County, North Central Texas Council of Governments and city of Plano 5 Parker Road project A project to improve intersections of Parker Road with A Coit and B Alma roads began in early December. Crews started at Alma to avoid conflict with the ongoing projects along Park Boulevard. Timeline: December 2020-May 2021 Cost: $2.1 million Funding sources: Collin County, NCTCOG and city of Plano 6 Legacy Drive project The city is building a canopied walkway on the north side of the bridge connect- ing the east and west sides of the Legacy development. The walkway will include protected pedestrian and bike lanes as well as landscape features and railing en- hancements. The outside westbound lane on Legacy Drive may be closed intermit- tently during the day. Timeline: November 2020-March 2021 Cost: $1.2 million Funding sources: TxDOT, city of Plano

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Work continues on a long-term road re- pair project on Plano Parkway that began in June. The full project will extend from Preston Road to the Dallas North Tollway. Crews are expected to focus on the portion of road between the bridge west of Shepton High School and the Dallas North Tollway. One lane will be closed at all times, and an additional lane will be closed during the day on weekdays and some Saturdays. Timeline: June 2020-June 2021 Cost: $3.5 million Funding source: city of Plano 2 Jupiter Road project A project to repair pavement and side- walk on Jupiter Road began in early Jan- uary. The project, which will eventually stretch from 14th Street to the northern city limits, will affect northbound and southbound lanes between Parker Road and Los Rios Boulevard. One lane will re- main closed at all times, and an additional lane will be closed from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Timeline: January 2020-February 2021 Cost: $500,000 Funding source: city of Plano 3 Preston Road intersection project A project to expand the bridge where Preston Road meets President George Bush Turnpike began in March with the installations of traffic control devices along outside southbound lanes. Crews are continuing progress on widening the bridge on the west side of the turnpike as well as the railroad bridge just to the north of the intersection. Timeline: March 2020-April 2021

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DEVELOPMENT Developer presents design, zoning changes for Collin CreekMall site

BY LIESBETH POWERS

million, plans to demolish the build- ing and use the land for a maximum of 98 single-family lots. Current zoning allows for no more than 500 single-family units across the entire development, according to the Dec. 8 presentation. The developer’s request to remove plans for a food truck park and to add hotel, car wash, arcade, artisan workshop and business service uses were also supported by sta and commissioners. This request, along with a rede- sign of the main street through the development, would create a new view of the property from US 75 and would give the center of the property a pedestrian-oriented aesthetic, per the request. Demolition of the original Collin Creek Mall has been underway since the start of the redevelopment project

Plano City Council will soon consider a new look for the east side of the Collin Creek Mall property. The changes, approved Dec. 8 by the Plano Planning and Zoning Commission, include a redesign for the portion of land along Alma Drive previously reserved for the construc- tion of a new JCPenney building. A proposed zoning change would also allow the developer, Centurion American, to build up to 300 inde- pendent-living units for seniors as well as up to 2,300 multifamily units. Centurion may increase the number of senior living units beyond 300 if the combined total number of multifamily and independent units does not exceed 2,600, according to commis- sion documents. Centurion, which purchased the JCPenney store in August for $15

This rendering shows what the former site of Collin Creek Mall may look like once it has been redeveloped. (Screenshot via Plano TV)

in 2019. The rst phase of the project, which includes new apartment build- ings, restaurants and underground parking, is expected to open in 2022. Once complete, the property will be transformed into a $1 billion mixed- use destination with up to 3,100 new residential units and a series of new oce, restaurant and hotel buildings.

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News from Plano, Plano ISD & Collin College

COUNTY HIGHLIGHT COLLIN COLLEGE Due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, Collin College is altering its academic calendar and some policies, shown below. • Wintermester classes, set to take place from Dec. 14-Jan. 6, will now be offered 100% online. • The college’s winter break will run from Dec. 21-Jan. 3. • Full-time staff employees will work remotely during the weeks of Dec. 14-18 and Jan. 4-8. • Collin College campuses will fully reopen to serve students Jan. 11. Plano City Council meets at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Mondays of the month. Meetings are held at 1520 K Ave., Plano, and can be streamed at www.plano.gov/210/ plano-tv. Agendas are available at the city website. www.plano.gov Plano ISD board of trustees meets at 6 p.m. Jan. 12 and 21 in the Administration Building’s board room at 2700 W. 15th St., Plano. 769-752-8100. www.pisd.edu MEETINGSWE COVER

Council split over campaignordinance

Trustees OK calendar for next school year

BY LIESBETH POWERS

Local Government Code for local public officials, the ordinance states. There is no means of enforce- ment included in the ordinance, making it more of an “aspirational expectation” than a mandate, City Attorney Paige Mims said. The ordinance, which was co-sponsored by council members Lily Bao and Rick Smith, went into effect as soon as it was approved and will apply to the upcoming council races in May. Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Ricciar- delli and Council Member Shelby Williams also voted in support. Those who opposed the bill, including Mayor Harry Rosiliere, Mayor Pro Tem Kayci Prince and Council Member Maria Tu, refer- enced its timing, which comes just over a month before the candidate filing window opens Jan. 13, as well as its unenforceable nature. Council Member Rick Grady was absent from the meeting.

PLANO An ordinance focusing on campaign finance approved Dec. 8 strengthens an unwritten honor code among City Council members. Traditionally, a member of council is encouraged to abstain from voting if the subject at hand creates a conflict of interest. The ordinance, passed by a vote of 4-3, amends the city’s code of con- duct, stating that any campaign contribution of more than $1,000 creates a conflict of interest for City Council members. This applies to contributions made by individual donors as well as business entities that have a substantial financial interest in an issue. Contributors are expected to identify any such interests at the time of their donation, according to the ordinance. The definition of a substantial interest will follow the same language as what is outlined in the Texas

BY WILLIAM C. WADSACK

PLANO ISD The 2021-22 school year will see classes begin on a Wednesday for both semesters. Trustees unanimously approved the new calendar during its Dec. 8 meeting, though trustee Jeri Chambers was absent. The new calendar will include 84 instruc- tional days during the first semester and 91 during the second. School starts Aug. 11, 2021, and wraps up on Friday, May 27, 2022. The district’s winter break next year will run from Dec. 20-Jan. 3, followed by a staff work day on Jan. 4 and students returning on Jan. 5, 2022. PISD’s 2022 spring break will be March 7-14, with students returning to classes on a Tuesday. March 14 and April 18—both of which are scheduled holidays for students and teachers—are listed as inclement weather days in case they are needed for instruction.

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2020 Senior Living Guide 0 Sen PLANO | COLLIN COUNTY | TEXAS | The number of seniors in Plano has trended up over the past several years. Seniors in Plano tend to be more educated than those in Collin County and Texas.

DESIGNED BY MICHELLE DEGARD COMPILED BY MAKENZIE PLUSNICK

ELIGIBLE TAX EXEMPTIONS

EDUCATION

DEMOGRAPHICS

Texas residents age 65 and older or those who are disabled qualify for an additional homestead exemption on school district taxes. Other taxing entities may also offer a senior exemption.

Plano has a higher percentage of seniors with degrees than Collin County or Texas.

Plano has a higher percentage of senior residents per capita than Collin County or Texas as a whole.

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City of Plano Taxing entity

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Age 65 and older

Senior population 14.0%

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Percentage of seniors who have a bachelor’s degree or higher Collin County Percentage of seniors who have a high school education Percentage of seniors who have a bachelor’s degree or higher Texas Percentage of seniors who have a high school education

285,849

Collin County 116,575 1,034,730 Age 65 and older Total Population Texas 3,738,727 28,995,881 Age 65 and older Total Population

LIFE EXPECTANCY

Senior population 11.3%

The average U.S. life expectancy rose from

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Senior population 12.9%

80.5% 27.4%

SOURCES: 2014-2019 U.S. CENSUS BUREAU 1-YEAR ESTIMATES, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS/ COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Percentage of seniors who have a bachelor’s degree or higher

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5 Independent - living communities cater to older adults with limited care needs. Most include amenities, such as fitness programs, housekeeping, communal meals and more. 5 Assisted-living communities specialize in providing care and supervision. These facilities frequently offer a full range of amenities as well as limited medical assistance. 5 Memory care facilities specialize in providing care to seniors with Alzheimer’s, dementia and other cognitive issues. Staff members are trained to help residents manage these diseases. 5 Nursing home/skilled nursing facilities provide care to those with illnesses or mental conditions that require full-time monitoring and medical care. 5 Mixed-use facilities offer some or all of these services. SOURCES: TEXAS HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, WWW.AARP.ORG/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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Independent-living Assisted-living Memory care Nursing home/skilled nursing Mixed-use

7 Brookdale Creekside 2000 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano 972-479-5933 www.brookdale.com/en/communities/ brookdale-creekside.html 8 Cariad at Village Creek 5217 Village Creek Drive, Plano 972-735-0306 www.cariadvillagecreek.com 9 Carrara by Cantex 4501 Tradition Trail, Plano 469-969-0740 www.cantexcc.com/skilled-nursing/ locations/carrara 10 Collinwood Nursing & Rehabilitation 3100 S. Rigsbee Drive, Plano 972-423-6217 www.collinwoodcarecenter.com 11 Conservatory at Plano 6401 Ohio Drive, Plano 214-556-4530 www.conservatoryseniorliving.com/ conservatory-at-plano 12 DaySpring Senior Living 6400 Cheyenne Trail, Plano 972-769-1109 www.dayspringal.org 13 Evergreen at Plano 600 Independence Parkway, Plano 972-596-3900 | www.evergreenplano.com

14 HarborChase of Plano 5340 Towne Square Drive, Plano 972-362-1110 www.harborchase.com/harborchase-plano 15 The Healthcare Resort of Plano 3325 W. Plano Parkway, Plano 972-379-0000 www.thehealthcareresortplano.com 16 The Legacy Willow Bend 6101 Ohio Drive, Plano 972-468-6200 www.thelegacyseniorcommunities.org 17 Plaza at Chase Oaks 7100 Chase Oaks Blvd., Plano 469-721-6752 www.plazaatchaseoaks.com www.trueconnectioncommunities.com/ texas-senior-living/preston-place-senior- living 19 Prestonwood Court 7001 W. Plano Parkway, Plano 972-306-2200 www.seniorlifestyle.com/property/texas/ prestonwood-court 20 The Savannah at Gateway 401 Shiloh Road, Plano 18 Preston Place Retirement 5000 Old Shepard Place, Plano 972-931-1123 469-931-2021 | www.savannahplano.com 21 Silvermark Assisted Living Plano 5521 Village Creek Drive, Plano 972-930-0355

https://silvercareliving.com/silvermark- plano 22 Solstice Senior Living at Plano 1940 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano 972-846-0602 https://solsticeseniorlivingplano.com 23 Spring Creek 6410 Old Orchard Drive, Plano 972-895-8158 www.springcreekplano.com 24 Sunrise of Plano 4800 W. Parker Road, Plano 972-985-9181 www.sunriseseniorliving.com 25 Villagio of Plano 2129 Bayhill Drive, Plano 972-525-0882 https://villagioliving.com/plano/ 26 The Waterford at Plano 3401 Premier Drive, Plano 972-423-7400 www.capitalsenior.com/community/the- waterford-at-plano 27 Wyndham Court of Plano 3000 Midway Road, Plano 972-473-7400 https://12oaks.net/senior-living- communities/plano-senior-living

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1 Accel at Willowbend 2620 Communications Parkway, Plano 214-501-4672 www.accelwb.com 2 Anthology of Plano 3670 Mapleshade Lane, Plano 972-964-8444 www.anthologyseniorliving.com/senior- living/tx/plano/mapleshade-lane 3 Arbor Hills Memory Care Community 2625 W. Plano Parkway, Plano 469-666-1650 www.koelschseniorcommunities.com/ senior-living/tx/plano/arbor-hills 4 Atria Canyon Creek 440 Independence Parkway, Plano 469-626-9875 www.atriaseniorliving.com/retirement- communities/atria-canyon-creek-plano-tx 5 The Auberge at Plano 3690 Mapleshade Lane, Plano 972-597-1262 https://frontiermgmt.com/communities/ the-auberge-at-plano 6 Bader House Memory Care of Plano Texas 1667 W. Plano Parkway, Plano 972-881-1826 https://baderhouse.com/plano-texas

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GUIDE SamJohnsonRecreation Center engages itsmembers fromafar

BY LIESBETH POWERS

of distance was comparable to Christ- mas morning, Krev said. “It really just brought so much joy to me and my sta—knowing that we were able to hold this event, knowing that we were able to see our patrons and make sure that they’re doing well and they’re doing OK,” she said. The SJRC Council’s Christmas Carryout is expected to take place in a similar fashion Dec. 18. Krev said she is hopeful that events such as these will continue to happen. Other recreation center events have found a place online, with virtual classes in yoga, Pilates, water coloring and other arts. The virtual yoga classes have had up to 20 attendees, Krev said, whereas the typical in-per- son attendance was roughly 25. “It shows that we’re reaching people,” Krev said. “It shows that they’re wanting that involvement and that interaction.”

Logging on to Zoom to take part in virtual yoga was one of a few rsts for many members of Plano’s Sam Johnson Recreation Center for Adults 50+ over the last eight months. The center closed its doors due to the coronavirus pandemic just three days short of its rst anniversary of reopening after major renovations. Since then, the center’s sta has dedicated themselves to reaching their members in innovative ways, Recre- ation Supervisor Raney Krev said. Among those innovations was the continuation of the facility’s annual Thanksgiving meal via curbside pickup Nov. 18. Roughly 100 members drove along a cone-lined path of city sta and council members before receiving a sta-made, packaged meal. The feeling of seeing many of the center’s members after eight months

Roughly 100members picked up prepackaged meals at a Nov. 18 Thanksgiving event. (Liesbeth Powers/Community Impact Newspaper)

MEETING UP VIRTUALLY Upcoming events at Sam Johnson Recreation Center for Adults 50+ can be found at www.plano.gov/204/ parks-recreation. • Dec. 18, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.: Council Christmas Carryout Lunch • Dec. 21, 9:30-10:15 p.m.: Coee with the Crew • Jan. 4, 11 a.m.-noon: Yoga online (every Monday, Wednesday and Friday through the end of January) • Jan.6, 10 a.m.-noon: Charcoal drawing online (every Wednesday through the end of January)

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