Pflugerville - Hutto Edition | December 2021

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MEASURES OF I N F L AT I O N

The Consumer Price Index of Texas increased steadily year over year before experiencing several years’ worth of growth in 2021. As dened by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the CPI is the average change over time of the prices of consumer goods and services since the early 1980s, when the CPI was set at 100.

For restaurant owner Rob Snow, it has become common for him to see empty shelves at local grocery stores. Snow owns two locally sourced restaurants called Greenhouse Craft Food with locations in Round Rock and Taylor. He said nding food and supplies for his two eateries is getting more and more dicult. “I’ve never walked down the gro- cery aisles and there’ll be a whole sec- tion that’s just totally empty,” Snow said. “It’s weird to see that. Whatever it is today, chicken broth, or what- ever it is, that whole section is totally BY CARSON GANONG & BROOKE SJOBERG

empty at the grocery store, and I see it every time I go.” Snow’s is just one example of how consumers and business owners are struggling to nd what they need. In local communities, recent sup- ply chain bottlenecks driven by infla- tion and labor shortages are putting business owners, suppliers and con- sumers in increasingly dificult posi- tions during the busiest shopping season of the year. Experts say at its core, the issue is a simple mismatch between supply and demand that has been greatly CONTINUED ON 26

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The city of Pugerville will contract with a private ambulance company starting Jan. 1 to provide emer- gency medical services to residents. The decision comes largely due to a request from Travis County Emergency Services District No. 2 o- cials for the city to provide a $2.8 million subsidy— an amount the ESD stated is necessary to continue Private EMS service coming toPugerville BY BRIAN RASH

Private company Acadian Ambulance Services LLC will provide emergency medical transport services to residents of Pugerville and its extraterritorial jurisdiction with four ambulances starting Jan. 1. Newmedical transport

providing EMS and ambulance services. Ocials from ESD 2 and the city have disputed over the issue for several months, from the ocial subsidy request in January to City Council’s hiring of Acadian Ambulance Services LLC on Nov. 9. But now that the two-year contract with Acadian is ocial and begins Jan. 1, parties on both sides of the issue have stated it is crucial to come together to clar- ify expectations for emergency transport in Puger- ville and its extraterritorial jurisdiction, or ETJ. “One of my key priorities, of course, has always been public health and safety, and this is a very hot CONTINUED ON 28

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FROMAMY: Supply chain delays have been making headlines globally for the last several months, and many are wondering how we will personally be impacted by a lack of goods we want or need. Reporters Carson Ganong and Brooke Sjoberg spoke with several local economic experts and business owners to dive into how the situation is aecting our local communities as the holidays approach. Amy Leonard Bryant, GENERALMANAGER

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a drive-thru only eatery. Juan Francisco Ochoa, who also created the El Pollo Loco franchise, founded the rst Taco Palenque in 1987 in Laredo. 512-243-6553. www.tacopalenque.com 8 Texas-based Happy State Bank opened in September at 559 S. I-35, Ste. 100, Round Rock. Happy State Bank oers personal and business banking for clients, as well as wealth management services. 737-220-9150. www.happybank.com 9 Uptown Cheapskate opened Oct. 4 at 2601 S. I-35, Ste. D-300, Round Rock. Co-owner Christina Latterell-Loganimoce said the business purchases items such as gently used clothes, shoes, bags and acces- sories to stock its store, and oers sellers cash and store credit. 512-520-8025. www.uptowncheapskate.com COMING SOON 10 Veteran-owned Alamo Coee Co. will open in Round Rock at 1021 Sendero Springs Drive in January. The gourmet FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN Anchor Bar, a company that bills itself as the creator of the original chicken wing, opened in mid-October at 2702 Parker Drive, Ste. B, Round Rock, in the La Frontera Village shopping center. It is the New York-based chain’s third location in Texas. The new location is locally owned by Round Rock native T.J. Mahoney. 512-494-6727. www.anchorbar.com

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4 Rockler Woodworking and Hard- ware opened at 2701-A Parker Drive, Ste. 240, Round Rock, on Oct. 1. In addition to selling products ranging from lumber to power tools, Rockler oers learning services, including classes and events centered on home repair. 512-813-7969. www.rockler.com 5 Sauvage Salon and Spa opened its doors Sept. 13 at 2851 Joe Dimaggio Blvd., Ste. 32, Round Rock. Owner Tabitha Dowell said the salon oers haircuts, styling, color service, luxury hair exten- sions and spa services. 512-502-5223. www.vagaro.com 6 Sha Sha Beauty Hair Supply Store and Salon opened Oct. 11 at 110 N. I-35, Ste. 130, Round Rock. Owner Shalavah Bundu said the full-service beauty salon oers clients braids, twists, chemical treatments and other hair services, as well as eyelash extensions and brow shaping services. 515-505-6026. www.shashabeautyhairsalon.com 7 Taco Palenque opened Oct. 15 at 130 Louis Henna Blvd., Round Rock, as

coee roaster will oer several coee blends at the Round Rock location, in- cluding San Jacinto, a light roast; Brazos, a breakfast blend; San Antonio Mission, a medium roast; Gonzales Garrison, a bold dark roast; and Victory or Death, an espresso. www.alamocoee.com 11 Coworking space Oce Evolution will open at City Centre 2 at 551 S. I-35, Ste. 300, Round Rock, in December. When completed, the facility will oer 35 private and fully furnished oces, seven micro oces, six dedicated desks, a drop- in coworking lounge that ts 16, two conference rooms and two exible day oces. www.oceevolution.com 12 My Eyelab will open in Round Rock on Dec. 6, according to the company. The location at 2150 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Ste. 300, will oer in-house eye exams, eye glasses, sunglasses and contacts, as well as thousands of styles of frames. The company also oers a variety of dier- ent eyeglasses and sunglasses in men’s, women’s and children’s styles. 512-793-9917. www.myeyelab.com

1 Big Hug Gym opened Sept. 25 at 1920 Sam Bass Road, Ste. 700, Round Rock. The children’s gym oers recreational gymnastics classes for children as young as 16 months old once or twice a week depending on parent preference. 737-224-1929. www.bighuggym.com 2 Central TexAXE opened in Round Rock at 3590 Rocking J Road on Oct. 1. Operational hours for the axe-throwing venue vary and are listed online. Parties of up to 16 people may book lanes with rates varying according to size. 512-851-3501. www.centraltexaxe.com 3 Prime Nail Bar opened Oct. 22 at 635 University Blvd., Ste. 115, Round Rock. Services oered at the salon include manicures, pedicures, nail enhancements and waxings, and customers may make appointments or walk in. 512-713-8056. www.primenailbar.com

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at 18616 Hill Top Commercial Drive, Pflugerville, opened Oct. 26. Hotel ame- nities include an outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast and a fitness center. The Holiday Inn Express has 86 rooms and suites. 512-601-6000. www.ihg.com 4 A Maaco auto bodyshop opened at 16040 Central Commerce Drive, Pfluger- ville, on Oct. 1. The business provides ser- vices for minor and major collision repair, as well as automotive painting. Maaco works with all insurance companies and guarantees work with nationwide warran- ties. 512-919-4833. www.maaco.com COMING SOON 5 JJ’s Wok , a new dine-in Chinese restaurant, is coming to Pflugerville next year. The restaurant will be located in the H-E-B shopping center at 1420 Wells Branch Parkway, Unit 280, Pflugerville. Owner Shentong Ji said he expects to open JJ’s Wok in March. JJ’s Wok does not yet have a phone number or online presence. 6 Willie’s Grill & Icehouse is expanding with a new location in Pflugerville at 19200 Colorado Sand Drive. A represen- tative with the Willie’s Grill & Icehouse location in Georgetown confirmed the new location in Pflugerville is happening but could not say when construction would begin or end. Willie’s serves a diverse menu of food and drinks that

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includes burgers, tacos, sandwiches and coastal cuisine. www.williesgrillandicehouse.com EXPANSIONS 7 CrossFit 3 Strands , located at 100 W. Pflugerville Parkway, Ste. 108, Pfluger- ville, is expanding its existing facility to also occupy the space next door in Suite 109. Owner Blyth DelBene said the full expansion should be complete by early March, but clients have been able to use the new space starting Oct. 18. The ex- pansion will take the facility from about 1,600 square feet to 3,300 square feet, and it will add new workout equipment, including pull-up rigs and squat stations. 512-877-9443. www.crossfit3strands.com

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operates as both a funeral home and cemetery. 512-251-4118. www.cookwaldencapitalparks.com 2 Heritage Lakes Senior Living Com- munity opened Nov. 4 at 19005 Pleasant Bay Drive, Pflugerville. Heritage Lakes offers a number of options for seniors, including assisted living, memory care, independent living and cottages. Poten- tial clients may call to request a private tour. 737-224-1057. www.heritagelakesliving.com 3 Holiday Inn Express & Suites , located

1 Cook-Walden Capital Parks official- ly reopened Oct. 28 at 14501 N. I-35, Pflugerville, after being closed at that location for more than eight months. General Manager Rick Davis said prior to the company’s grand reopening, Cook Walden had to operate in several tempo- rary facilities due to damages caused by the February winter freeze. The business

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furniture and other items for homes for 20 years. 512-642-6274. www.luismarquezstudio.com 4 Austin-based burger chain Mighty Fine Burgers, Fries & Shakes will open a new location on the 200 block of Ed Schmidt Boulevard in Hutto. There is not yet an expected timeline at this stage in the project. The original Mighty Fine opened in 2007, and today the company operates five restaurants throughout the Greater Austin area. www.mightyfineburgers.com RELOCATIONS 5 CrossFit Texas , a CrossFit gym for-

merly located at 4674 Priem Lane, Ste. 408, Pflugerville, moved to a new loca- tion at 641 W. Front St., Hutto, on Nov. 8. CrossFit Texas’ experienced coaches offer fitness training to people of all ages and fitness levels. 512-937-2389. www.crossfittx.com IN THE NEWS 6 As part of a push to offer electric vehicle services, the Jiffy Lube at 20916 Burgan Path, Hutto, is one of seven Jiffy Lube locations nationwide to begin offering maintenance services for electric vehicles, including multipoint safety inspections, 12-volt battery terminal cleanings and tire rotations. 737-234-0902. www.jiffylube.com

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2 Country Donuts , a new locally owned donut shop, will open in 2022. The shop is located at 133 Front St., Ste. 300, Hutto, as one of the units at the Valero gas station. Owner Johnny Khan said he hopes to open the new Country Donuts location Jan. 1. 3 Luis Marquez Studio will open at 3750 Limmer Loop, Ste. A, Hutto, in Feb- ruary. Owner Luis Marquez makes custom furniture, including tables, mirrors and lamps. His most popular items are candleholders, and he has been making

1 Burger King purchased a plot of land at 100 Chris Kelley Blvd., Hutto, directly next to the recently opened Dutch Bros. coffee shop, according to Maribel Forte, a representative with Evergreen Commercial Real Estate. The company does not yet have an expected start or completion date for the restaurant. www.bk.com

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ATTENDA LIVE RADIO BROADCAST Penfold Theatre Co. will host a live radio broadcast of the holiday classic “Miracle on 34th Street.” Players will incorporate dozens of character voices and live sound eects as part of the show. 7:30-9 p.m. $16-$21. Old Settlers Association of Williamson County, 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock. 512-850-4849. www.penfoldtheatre.org 10 MAKE YOUR OWNORNAMENT The city of Pugerville will host an event for attendees to make their own holiday ornaments. All supplies will be provided, and several design options will be available. 6-8 p.m. $3 (Pugerville residents), $4.50 (nonresidents). Pugerville Recreation Center, 400 Immanuel Road, Pugerville. 512-990-6360. www.pugervilletx.gov 11 DRIVE THROUGHAUNIQUE LUMINARY SCENE Residents can drive through a unique luminary display that is created by more than 50 volunteers. A project representative said the display includes nine dierent scenes to drive through and incorporates animals. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Free to attend. Immanuel Lutheran Church, 500 Immanuel Road, Pugerville. 512- 431-1942. www.ilcpville.org 14 ENJOY A FESTIVE FARMERSMARKET Mrs. Claus will join the Pugerville Pfarmers Market from 4-6 p.m. for pictures. Attendees can also enjoy fresh, locally grown and prepared foods including tomatoes, cucumbers, beans, squash, garlic, melons and

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grapes. 3-7 p.m. Free admission. Pugerville First United Methodist Church, 500 E. Pecan St., Pugerville. 512-990-6360. www.pugervilletx.gov 18 FINDOUTWHODID IT The Dinner Detective is putting on a live murder mystery and dinner theater show. Guests will solve a mystery for which the culprit is hiding in plain sight. The three-course menu includes an entree choice of vegetable lasagna, grilled salmon or chicken breast. 6-9 p.m. $63.99. Courtyard by Marriott Austin Pugerville, 16100 Brushy Creek Amphitheater will host a full day of holiday festivities and performances. Attendees can enjoy live music, local artisans, food trucks, kids’ activities and more at the annual Holidays in Hutto event. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Free admission. Brushy Creek Amphitheater, 1001 CR 137, Hutto. 512-759-4015. www.huttotx.gov/calendar

The Round Rock Community Choir, Round Rock Youth Choir, Council Oak Bells, Voices on Fire and the Women’s Ensemble will put on an evening of vocal and instrumental music that includes a singalong component. 7 p.m. Free admission. 1004 N. Mays St., Round Rock. www.roundrockcommunitychoir.org

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Round Rock’s monthly pop-up art show will return to Prete Plaza for December. Upward of 12 local and regional artists will sell and demonstrate their art for the public during the art show. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Free admission. Prete Plaza, 221 E. Main St., Round Rock. www.roundrocktexas.gov

Find more or submit Round Rock and Pugerville-Hutto events at communityimpact.com/event-calendar. Event organizers can submit local events online to be considered for the print edition. Submitting details for consideration does not guarantee publication.

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TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES LiveOak Street

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SH 130 improvements planned at Rowe Lane in Pugerville An improvement project on SH 130 at the Rowe Lane intersection will provide acceleration and deceleration lanes. The Texas Department of Trans- portation requires approval of a Local On-System Agreement before autho- rizing city workers to make improve- ments. Construction is anticipated to go for bids in December or January. Timeline: TBD Cost: TBD Funding source: city of Pugerville

Infrastructure improvements along Live Oak Street are scheduled to begin in December. (Carson Ganong/Community Impact Newspaper)

Hutto City Council approved a construction bid for a long-awaited project on Live Oak Street. Crews are scheduled to begin work on the project this December. Among other initiatives, the project will relocate gas lines and replace water lines on a stretch of Live Oak Street starting immediately east of Hutto City Hall and continuing through to Fritz Park. After workers complete the utility installation, Hutto street crews will repave that same section of Live Oak Street, according to city information. The project, including the repav- ing, is expected to be complete by summer 2022. Live Oak Street has drawn frequent complaints to the city frommotorists

because of its uneven pavement. “Live Oak is our main artery for Old Town,” Council Member Mandi Villar- real Salvo said. “Community mem- bers have reached out to me. ... Their bumpers are falling o because they get stuck in the crumbled pavement. I mean, it’s a mess.” City documents state funding for the $336,000 project will come out of Hutto’s general and utility budget. The city will also conduct an analysis of all the streets in Hutto to determine where else pavement replacement and repairs are neces- sary. Then ocials and sta will use the information gathered to develop

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ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF NOV. 22. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT PFHNEWSCOMMUNITYIMPACT.COM. Timeline: fall 2022-summer 2023 Cost: project budget is $8 million Funding source: city of Hutto FM 1660 upgrades coming to Hutto Hutto is designing several improve- ments to various intersections along FM 1660. Construction on two of the three projects will begin in fall 2022. The rst project will expand the FM 1660 and Limmer Loop intersection. It will add an additional through lane to FM 1660 in both directions as well as dedicated left- and right-turn lanes on FM 1660 and Limmer.

Project to reconstruct Grand Avenue Parkway advances

BY BRIAN RASH

from Viki Lynn Place to Picadilly Drive, but the project resulted in numerous pavement failures and distress areas. City sta said the contractor is plans to nish the project by the end of June. Timeline: December-June Cost: $2.76 million Funding source: city of Pugerville

A portion of Grand Avenue Parkway that has accrued multiple damage points is on its way to being repaired. During a Nov. 9 City Council meeting, ocials approved a nearly $2.76 million bid from Terra Path Construction to take the project reins. City documents state Grand Avenue was reconstructed in 2017

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DEVELOPMENT UPDATES

Developments underway in the Round Rock, Pugerville & Hutto area

Medical oce building in on itsway to completion inPugerville

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Building 3 through the Texas Depart- ment of Licensing and Regulation. It will facilitate oces for clients mainly in the medical profession. Information from the TDLR states the estimated cost for construction is $3.2 million. Project representative Philip Rainey, managing principal for Pin- nacle Real Estate & Management Co., said in early November the building is somewhere between 30%-50% leased out by future tenants.

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A medical oce building in Pugerville is estimated to be complete in early 2022. (Brian Rash/Community Impact Newspaper)

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commercial site for more than 15 years. Ashley Lumpkin, executive director of development services for Hutto, said the rezoning just brought the 0.41-acre lot’s desig- nation in line with what it already should have been. “I think everyone just expects this to be a commercial corner,” Lumpkin said. “It’s not what it actually is on the map, so we just need to x it.” The rezoning will also allow for additional seating areas for food trucks such as Tia’s Kitchen that occasionally set up on the site, according to Lumpkin.

Development to deliver 1,000homes The new Lifestyle Communities development in Pugerville will deliver its rst units by the end of 2022. (Rendering courtesy Lifestyle Communities)

A 0.41-acre lot on the southwest corner of Richards Drive and FM 1660 South will provide extra parking and an additional entrance to Hutto Grocery Store and the neighboring gas station following rezoning of the lot at a Nov. 4 Hutto City Council meeting. The lot was originally zoned for single-family use, but it was rezoned for local business use to allow for construction of the parking lot and new entrance. The adjacent site housing the grocery store, gas station and nail salon has been in use as a

BY BRIAN RASH

townhome rental units, according to Justin Scott, director of development for Lifestyle Communities. Scott said Phase 1 will have a 15,000-square-foot amenity center that includes a 9,000-square-foot restaurant. Phase 1 will deliver the rst units by the end of 2022, and as of now con- struction is estimated to be compete in 2024, he said.

Lifestyle Communities broke ground on the rst phase of a 1,050- unit residential rental development Nov. 12. The development is located at the intersection of Puger Farm Lane and Town Center Drive in Pugerville, just west of the Stone Hill Town Center. The rst phase of development will consist of 409 apartment and

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EDUCATION BRIEFS

News from Pflugerville & Hutto ISDs

DISTRICT HIGHLIGHTS HUTTO ISD Hutto ISD officials approved the creation of a new director of diversity, equity and inclusion at an Oct. 28 board meeting. District leaders said they hope to fill the position by December. PFLUGERVILLE ISD Bohls Middle School in Pflugerville ISD is almost 90% complete, according to district staff. Brandon Cardwell, the district’s executive director of facilities and construction, said during a Nov. 18 board meeting the plan is still set to move teachers into the campus the week of Dec. 6. Pflugerville ISD board of trustees Meets Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. 1401 W. Pecan St., Pflugerville 512-594-0000 www.pfisd.net Hutto ISD board of trustees Meets Dec. 2 and Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. 200 College St., Hutto 512-759-3771 www.hipponation.org MEETINGSWE COVER HUTTO ISD SUPERINTENDENT, ON CLOSING CAMPUSES TO VISITORS IF THANKSGIVING AND THE HOLIDAYS INCREASE COVID-19 INFECTION RATE NUMBER TOKNOW 16 are teachers; 15 are aides; and 56 are district staff such as bus drivers and cafeteria workers 87 Vacant positions in Hutto ISD as of Nov. 18; of those, QUOTEOFNOTE “WEDEFINITELYWANT TOKEEPOURDOORS OPEN, BUTWE NEED TOBE REASONABLE ANDWATCH THE INFECTIONRATE.” CELINA ESTRADA THOMAS,

PfISDsetsanewtax rateafter failed ratificationelection

BY BRIAN RASH

value, a decrease compared to the $1.4223 rate during the 2020-21 school year. However, the highest tax rate the board could pass without an election was $1.388, which officials set during the Nov. 18 PfISD board meeting. In August, PfISD Chief Operating Officer Ed Ramos said if the ballot measure passed, it would allow the district to save $7.1 million. Because it failed, Ramos said the anticipated deficit next year would grow from $885,000 to more than $7 million. Jennifer Land, the dis- trict’s chief financial officer, said because property

values within the district have increased substantially in the last year, revenue brought about by the $1.388 rate is still calculated at more than 17% higher than the previous year. Despite the fact that property valuations are higher, the new tax rate is still the lowest the school district has passed in more than two decades, Land said. The board on Nov. 18 also amended the district’s FY 2021-22 budget to make up the district’s roughly $7 million deficit. Following the vote to set the tax rate, board members expressed frustration with

ELECTION RESULTS

HISDmoving forwardwith several projects PFLUGERVILLE ISD Following the failure of a tax ratification election in November, Pflugerville ISD officials set a new tax rate. Ordinarily, the district’s tax rate would have been set by the Oct. 1 deadline for the new fiscal year, but because PfISD sought an election to raise the rate for FY 2021-22 above the no-new-revenue rate, that figure was not set pending the election results. On Nov. 2, residents voted against the ratification 7,620-5,938. Had it passed, the new tax rate would have been $1.408 per $100 of property

An election to increase the tax rate for FY 2021-22 to $1.408 per $100 of valuation within Pflugerville ISD failed to pass. District officials approved the results Nov. 12.

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the results of the election as well as state verbiage requirements for how the district must characterize the new tax rate.

Ninth Grade Center athletic field

Transportation facilities

Hutto Elementary School modernization • A project to modernize the campus is ongoing. • Work includes

Hutto Memorial Stadium

• According to documents provided by district staff,

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• A ribbon-cutting ceremony for Hutto Memorial Stadium will be held Dec. 10. • The ceremony will celebrate the completion of the stadium at 573 Chris Kelley Blvd., Hutto. • The stadium has been under construction since 2019.

power will be installed at the district’s transportation facilities by Oncor Electric Delivery. • Work completed so far includes elevator inspections. • Heating and air conditioning systems will also be installed. • The estimated completion date is Dec. 17.

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concerns have been raised around the track surface of the Ninth Grade Center athletic field in Hutto. • Staff said the district will meet with all parties involved to figure out a solution at a date not yet determined.

HUTTO ISD The district’s board of trustees received updates on sev- eral construction projects around the district at the Nov. 18 meeting, includ- ing the Memorial Stadium and Ninth Grade Center athletic field as well as transportation facilities and the modernization of Hutto Elementary School.

improvements to the kitchen, the south play area, north play area and the gym. • Completion dates for those areas are Nov. 26, Nov. 29, Dec. 13 and

August 2022, respectively.

SOURCE: HUTTO ISD/ COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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CITY& COUNTY

News from Pugerville & Hutto

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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS HUTTO LAKE PARK $1.02 MILLION Proposed projects: restroom

Though not all requested improvements will take place due to budgetary restraints, the Hutto Parks Advisory Board sought improvements for four parks at a Nov. 4 City Council meeting.

COMMUNITY PARK $473,000 Proposed projects: basketball court improvements; and new restrooms

CREEKSIDE PARK $1.35 MILLION Proposed projects: restroom and pavilion renovations; parking lot improvements; backstops; and two new sports elds

FRITZ PARK $1.09 MILLION Proposed projects: restroom and pavilion renovations; existing sports infrastructure improvements; basketball court improvements; and water feature and trail improvements

BY CARSON GANONG

and pavilion renovations; play area improvements; basketball court improvements; and rotunda improvements

HUTTO Following a joint decision by Hutto City Council and City Manager Warren Hutmacher, Hut- macher resigned from his position eective Nov. 12. Hutmacher came to work as city manager in Hutto in October 2020 but could not commit to a timeline to move within Hutto city limits as

SOURCE: CITY OF HUTTOCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Warren Hutmacher

Ocials consider nearly $4M in park improvements

per city ordinance, according to a news release. “We believe it’s important for our city manager to live in the city where we all live,” Mayor Mike Snyder said in the release. “The timing just wasn’t right for [Hutmacher] and his family. We wish them well and thank Warren for his service.” The city selected Assistant City Manager Matt Wojnowski to serve as acting city manager while Hutto sta continue searching for an interim replacement. The release said relations between Hutmacher and the city remain amicable. “I’m proud of the work we have done together with council, sta and the community,” he said.

BY CARSON GANONG

projects into several dierent priority levels. Priority A projects, the highest priority, include only restroom renovations for the parks and total $192,000. Parks board Chair Perry Savard said the proposed improvements are all necessary because improving Hutto’s parks will draw in more visitors and residents. Council directed city sta to put together a plan for moving forward with all restroom renovation projects, restroom construction at Community Park and lights at Hutto Lake Park. Ocials will vote on the plan at an upcoming meeting.

HUTTO Ocials are eyeing a slew of improve- ments and renovations to four of its parks, with projects totaling around $3.9M. Proposed improvements could include $1.02 million for Hutto Lake Park, $1.09 million for Fritz Park, $1.35 million for Creekside Park and $435,000 for Community Park. Funding for these projects will come from the park improvement fund. The balance of the fund is around $1.7 million, meaning the city will not be able to pursue all the proposed projects. The parks board organized the proposed

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