Southwest Austin Edition - March 2020

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For the rst time in more than a genera- tion, March 2020 came and went without South by Southwest Conference & Festivals, Austin’s tech and cultural event that draws attendees from across the world. The 10-day stretch of SXSW is more than a festival—it has proven to be an essential nancial asset to the community, now lost in response to the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19. Initially, several local businesses and laborers said the nancial hardship of losing SXSWwas a weight too heavy to bear. The virus has since escalated into a national emergency and diminished swaths of the service economy in Austin. Like many U.S. cities, Austin’s government has restricted gatherings of more than 10 people, closed dine-in services at all bars and restau- rants, and urged people to work from home. U.S. President Donald Trump said such measures could last until mid-summer. COVID19fallout forces businesses intoght for futures BY JACK FLAGLER AND CHRISTOPHER NEELY THE SPRING SEASON PROVIDES 30% TO 40% OF OUR ANNUAL INCOME. ND OURCOME CONTINUED ON 36

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ST. ELMO PUBLICMARKET: An old bus factory is being renovated into the St. Elmo Public Market, which at build-out will include about 25 local vendors, apartments and oce space.

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SPOTLIGHT ST. ELMO After years of planning and construction, three mixed-use projects—The Yard, The Ten-O-Five and Public Lofts—have brought new retail and condos to the St. Elmo district, located east of South Congress Avenue along St. Elmo Road. A fourth project, the St. Elmo Public Market, is eyeing the nish line and could open by the end of 2020. As a revitalized district takes shape, more developers have jumped in to build out what was once the industrial core of South Austin.

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CONTINUED ON 34 Texas lost an estimated $3.59 billion in federal fund- ing after a 2010 census undercount, pushing local gov- ernments and nonprots to rev up participation in the coming census, according to United States Census data. The census is a constitutionally mandated survey that is taken every 10 years to count each person where he or she lives on April 1. The rst census took place in 1790 and is only used for data gathering purposes, said Money, power, businessat stake in the2020census BY EMMA FREER AND ALI LINAN BE IN THE KNOW The 2020 census is starting up; here is what you need to know. Every household will receive an information mailer in mid-March. Everyone should be counted where they are living on April 1. The federal government disperses $675 billion annually among states based on population. Local governments, nonprots and schools rely on census funding.

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FROMDEEDA: Our store shelves where hand sanitizers usually sit are bare, local restaurants are closing their dining rooms and schools are extending spring breaks. As I write this from my makeshift oce at home while my kids play behind me, there’s no doubt the threat of transmitting Coronavirus is aecting our daily lives. That’s why our writers at Community Impact Newspaper are focused on bringing you only the most accurate and useful information as we rally together as a community to stay connected and support our neighbors during this challenging time.

PUBLISHERS AND FOUNDERS John and Jennifer Garrett PUBLISHERAUSTINMETRO Travis Baker GENERAL MANAGER Deeda Lovett, dlovett@communityimpact.com EDITORIAL EXECUTIVE EDITOR Joe Lanane MANAGING EDITOR Joe Warner ASSOCIATEMANAGING EDITOR Amy Denney EDITOR Nicholas Cicale, ncicale@communityimpact.com REPORTER Olivia Aldridge COPY CHIEF Andy Comer COPY EDITORS Ben Dickerson, Kasey Salisbury STAFFWRITERS Jack Flagler, Ali Linan, Christopher Neely, Iain Oldman ADVERTISING SALES DIRECTOR Tess Coverman ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Alyssa Cevallos DESIGN CREATIVE DIRECTOR Derek Sullivan ART PRODUCTIONMANAGER Haley Grace STAFF GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Chance Flowers, Shelby Savage, Mel Stea BUSINESS GROUP PUBLISHER Traci Rodriguez CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Claire Love ABOUT US 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. CONTACT US 16225 Impact Way, Ste. 1 Pugerville, TX 78660 • 5129896808 communityimpact.com PRESS RELEASES swanews@communityimpact.com SUBSCRIPTIONS communityimpact.com/subscriptions © 2020 Community Impact Newspaper Co. All Rights Reserved. No reproduction of any portion of this issue is allowed without written permission from the publisher.

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Safe practices regarding coronavirus TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES 15 Recent news about I35 improvements and Capital Metro’s Project Connect plan

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FROMNICK: With numerous events canceled over the next moth due to COVID-19, this edition’s To-do list has been replaced with useful tips and denitions regarding gatherings and social distancing during the ongoing outbreak. Stay safe, and we hope this information helps you and your family. Nicholas Cicale, EDITOR

DEVELOPMENT UPDATES 17 Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs projects advance EDUCATION BRIEFS 23 Updates from local districts CITY& COUNTY 24 Updates from Austin, Travis County and Dripping Springs

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The FieldHouse also features a kids’ room where children can play and exercise while parents hit the gym. 512-301-1339. www.theeldhouseatx.com 5 Home Court Training Center opened in February at 12701 Lowden Lane, Ste. 401, Manchaca. The new center includes a full workout facility, an indoor basketball court and pickleball courts. The center oers training classes as well as a basket- ball skills academy, athlete development programs and summer camps, according to Todd Everett, who operates the facility. 512-284-8149. www.homecourtatx.com 6 Women’s tness studio Lighthouse Community Wellness opened in February at 10214 FM 1826, Austin. The new studio, led by owner Bekah Self, oers classes such as barre, yoga, interval training and functional tness. Class- es are coached with a “beyond body” philosophy—a focus on mind, body and spirit. According to communications from Lighthouse Community Wellness, the business is planning in the future to oer access to nutritionists, coun- selors, physical therapists and other wellness professionals. 512-337-2028. www.lcwatx.com 7 Pinny and Trowel , an instruction- al cooking and crafting business run by Tamzin Cochrane, opened Jan. 20 at 10415 Old Manchaca Road, Austin. Cochrane said the new business oers cooking lessons and after-school programs, and it is planning to host a variety of themed summer camps, such as Italian, English and French cooking. 512-917-6721. www.pinnyandtrowel.com

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NOWOPEN 1 Southwest Austin-based gym Austin Barbell began operating out of a second location beginning March 14 at 2119 Goodrich Ave., Austin. Located inside of CrossFit South Lamar, Austin Barbell oers personalized, Olym- pic-style weightlifting training. Austin Barbell was founded by former Olympic weightlifter Robert Ronan, who began operating the original gym in 2018 at

275 Lotus Circle, Austin. 512-522-7287. www.austinbarbell.com 2 Beer Geek, a convenience store and gas station located at 12721 Bob Johnson Lane, Manchaca, opened in early March. The store oers a wide selection of beers and other beverages and is stationed along FM 1626. The store does not yet have a phone number or website. 3 Cordovan Art School & Pottery Parlor will open a new location in Southwest Austin

on March 1 at 9217 W. Hwy. 290, Ste. 140, Austin. According to a representative from Cordovan Art School, the new location will oer art classes, spring break camps, summer camps, parties and more. 512-275-4040. www.cordovanartschool.com 4 The FieldHouse Athletic Club , a gym and training center located at 9205 W. Hwy. 290, Austin, opened Jan. 1. Accord- ing to manager Preston McGee, the busi- ness is “part commercial gym and part open functional area for group classes.”

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8 School of Rock ’s new Southwest Aus- tin location at 9600 S. I-35, Ste. 100, Aus- tin, in the Southpark Meadows shopping center, celebrated its grand opening Feb. 29. School of Rock oers music lessons for guitar, drums, piano and singing and focuses on classic rock styles and tech- niques. Kimberly and Bob Durham, who also run School of Rock Round Rock, own the new Southwest Austin location. The school ocially opened earlier this year. 512-282-7625. www.schoolofrock.com COMING SOON 9 H-E-B was scheduled to open its new 130,000-square-foot store on South Congress Avenue near the intersection of Slaughter Lane in South Austin on March 27 as of press time. True Texas BBQ, a restaurant featuring a drive-thru and outdoor seating, will be part of the H-E-B store. www.heb.com RELOCATIONS 10 10-year-old Southwest Austin tness studio Del Sol Yoga & Kung Fu will relocate in early 2021. Currently situated at 11190 Circle Drive, Ste. 103, Austin, Del Sol is preparing to break ground on a new studio in May at 13118 Fitzhugh Road, Austin. The owners expect to open in January 2021. 512-865-0583. www.delsolaustin.com ANNIVERSARIES 11 Thai Taste , located near the Y at Oak Hill at 7010 Hwy. 71, Ste. 180, celebrates its 10-year anniversary in April. The restaurant gained new ownership last year

after the Thai Taste’s founding couple returned to Thailand. Its new managers pride Thai Taste on continuing to be a family-owned-and-operated business that serves authentic Thai cuisine, according to the Thai Taste website. 512-382-5263.

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French macarons and classic Venezuelan fare are among the new dining options at Austin’s Barton Creek Square Mall. Barton Creek Square announced March 12 the addition of four eateries, including Four Brothers Venezuelan Kitchen, Potato Guys, The Baked Bear and Le Macaron French Pastries. Barton Creek Square Mall on March 18 announced it would temporarily close due to coronavirus concerns. NOWOPEN Four Brothers Venezuelan Kitchen is now open in the food court of Barton Creek Square. The Austin-based restau- rant originated as a family-owned food truck serving authentic Venezuelan food, according to the restaurant. Popular dishes include the arepas, which are pork, chicken or vegan dishes served on a Venezuelan cornmeal atbread. 512-554-5650. www.facebook.com/fourbrothersatx Potato Guys , located in the mall’s upper-level food court, specializes in made-to-order french fries with a variety of avor options. The eatery also oers a variety of dishes along with its customizable fries. This business does not have a phone number or website. The Baked Bear is now open in Barton Creek Square on the lower level of the JC Penney Court. The shop serves ice cream cookie creations with over a dozen combination options. Guests can

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13 More than 28,000 donations totaling $12.3 million were made to 760 local orga- nizations during the eighth annual Amplify Austin Day on March 5-6. Organized by local group I Live Here I Give Here , Amplify Austin Day is an annual 24-hour campaign that aims to raise funds for nonprot organizations. I Live Here I Give Here is headquartered at 1310 S. First St., Ste. 210, Austin. 512-717-4190. www.ilivehereigive here.org, www.amplifyatx.org 14 Cooler brand Yeti , which is head- quartered in South Austin at 7601 Southwest Parkway, was named the ocial jersey sponsor for Austin FC in February. Matt Reintjes, Yeti’s presi- dent and CEO, said the groundswell of community support for Austin FC and the opportunity to partner with a rising brand made the relationship make sense for Yeti. Austin FC is expected to start play during the 2021 MLS season. 512- 394-9384. www.yeti.com

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set for April 3 at 13110 W. Hwy. 290, Ste. 203, Austin. The business will special- ize in chronic pain treatment, women’s fertility and skin care. 512-915-7915. www.acupuncturerm.com 4 A Firestone Service Center is coming to the Ledge Stone Commercial development at 235 Ledge Stone Drive, which is currently under construction. Dripping Springs City Council on March 10 approved a site-devel- opment plan for a 3.07-acre section of the commercial project located along Hwy. 290 between Ledge Stone Drive and Four Star Boulevard. The plan includes the con- struction of an about 6,600-square-foot building, driveways and a parking lot with 33 spots. A timeline for the project was not presented. www.restonecompleteautocare.com 5 A representative for Velocity Credit Union told Community Impact Newspaper that land for a new location has been pur- chased in Dripping Springs at West Hwy. 290 and Ledge Stone Drive. Construction on the new branch is scheduled to begin July 1, with a grand opening slated for early 2021. www.velocitycu.com CLOSINGS 6 Jolt Coee , a drive-thru spot for coee, smoothies and more, closed its Dripping Springs location at the end of January. Located at 12024 Hwy. 290, the business was impacted by a new Hays

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2 Hill Country Alliance ’s new oce at 1322 W. Hwy 290, Ste. D, Dripping Springs, had an ocial ribbon-cut- ting Feb. 25. Hill Country Alliance is a nonprot that supports sustainability and natural preservation throughout the Texas Hill Country. 512-263-9147. www.hillcountryalliance.org COMING SOON 3 Acupuncture + Restorative Medicine , a medical integrative acupuncture practice, has postponed a grand opening originally

NOWOPEN 1 The Dripping Springs Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting for a new location of the Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation on Feb. 27, following a Dec. 30 opening. The new outpatient clinic, located at 9521 W. Hwy. 290, Ste. 102B, Austin, serves the physical therapy needs of patients with neck and back pain, sports injuries, balance disorders and work-related injuries. 737-241-2440. www.bswrehab.com/ locations/outpatient/austin-sw-290

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County building code that required it to connect to a sewer line—which would have been too costly to accomplish, ac- cording to a post by a Jolt Coee owner on a community Facebook page. Jolt’s New Braunfels location is still open. www.jolt-austin.com

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In an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus, local officials have canceled events, closed restaurant dine-in areas, prohibited gatherings of 10 or more people and extended schools’ spring break. Here is some information on what individuals can do to stop the spread. Find the most up-to-date information on our website: communityimpact.com

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The Polo Club - $799,900 200 Colonial Affair, 78737 4 BD 3.5 BA 4,248 SQ FT Burt Dement 512-689-7352 RealtyAustin.com/p/1113097

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As of March 17, gatherings of 10 people or more scheduled through May 1 in Austin and Travis County are prohibited. Some businesses, including grocery stores, schools, pharmacies and medical facilities are exempt.

RESTAURANTS have dine-in services closed until at least May 1.

PUBLIC PARKS are open, but social distancing is recommended.

PUBLIC LIBRARIES are closed as of March 15.

Heritage Oaks - $739,900 15 Long Creek Rd, 78737 4 BD 4 BA 3,777 SQ FT Melissa Roberts 512-769-0877 RealtyAustin.com/p/9551825

Meadow Oaks - $680,000 109 Hillside Dr, 78620 4 BD 3 BA 2,785 SQ FT Gail Huebel 512-848-3477 RealtyAustin.com/p/2573465

SHOPPINGMALLS can remain open with 10-person limit. They are exempt if they sell food products or household staples.

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expanding it to four travel lanes and adding center turn lanes, bicycle lanes, and Americans with Disabil- ities Act-compliant sidewalks and curb ramps, according to TxDOT. Stormwater drainage improvements will also be installed. The changes to this portion of the roadway are unrelated to the city of Austin’s corridorwide eort to improve mobility along 8 miles of Menchaca Road with funding from the 2016 mobility bond. According to materials from TxDOT, this specic stretch of the roadway requires attention due to an expected increase in population and development, with an antic- ipated 38% increase in trac by 2035. Additionally, the project is an eort to remedy the lack of pedes- trian and bicycle accommodations along the stretch.

Public input on the widening on Manchaca Road from Ravenscroft Drive to FM 1626 began in 2018, and construction is slated to wrap by spring 2021.

The Texas Department of Trans- portation has begun work on a project to widen Manchaca Road from Ravenscroft Drive to FM 1626 near Menchaca Elementary School. TxDOT broke ground on the $12.1 million eort in December and expects the project to be completed by spring 2021, representative Bradley Wheelis said. The 1.14-mile stretch of road under development is outside Austin’s city limits and has retained the Manchaca moniker despite the roadway’s name change to Menchaca within the city limits. TxDOT moved forward with the widening after receiving feedback from several public hearings held in 2018 and is on track with the timeline presented at that time. Improvements to the road involve

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TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES Public transit plan includes light rail into SouthAustin For years, Capital Metro has been meeting with city residents and gathering input to put together its Project Connect plan, a blueprint ORANGE LINE BLUE LINE GREEN LINE PHASE 2 ADDITIONS

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for the future of public transit in Austin. On March 9, Capital Metro sta brought details of the plan to Austin City Council with a signicant update—light rail connecting areas of town from North Lamar Boulevard to South Congress Avenue and the Austin-Berg- strom International Airport. According to the plans, one light rail line—which Capital Metro is calling the Orange Line—would run between the North Lamar Transit Center and the intersection of South Congress and Stassney Lane, passing through The Drag, downtown and the Colorado River along the way. The other light rail line—called the Blue Line—would run parallel with the Orange Line between the North Lamar Transit Center and Republic Square downtown, allowing trains to run every ve minutes in that section of the city rather than every 10 minutes in other areas. The two lines would split o from a central point down- town, with the Orange Line continuing along South Congress and the Blue Line following Riverside Drive to the airport. At the nexus of those two lines downtown, an underground tunnel would take the trains out of street trac. According to Project Connect program manager Dave Couch, the 1.6-mile tunnel would connect the Orange and the Blue lines, running along Guadalupe and Trinity streets with a connection between the two on Fourth Street. “Some people think [the tunnel] is just a

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benet for people that are in the center part of the city. It’s really a benet for everybody, regardless of what portion of the system that you’re getting on, to be able to go ahead and get in and out of downtown,” Couch said. The estimated completion date for the two lines would be somewhere between 2028 and 2029, with a second phase of expansions in the 10 years following. The plan also includes one bus rapid transit line, called the Gold Line, that will take riders in transit-only lanes from Austin Community College’s Highland campus downtown to the Austin Conven- tion Center and Republic Square.

As a whole, the project is anticipated to cost $9.6 billion, according to the presentation from city and Capital Metro sta March 9. Federal funding is expected to cover 40% of those costs, and an additional $200 million would be involved in regional projects, leaving $5.56 billion to be locally funded. The mechanism the city will use for funding has not yet been nalized, but the city could choose to hold a tax rate election in November asking voters for permission to increase year-over-year revenue in the in the scal year 2020-21 city budget above 3.5%.

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“Additional auxiliary lanes in various places and frontage roads would also be built,” the release said. In 2017, TxDOT announced a plan to add tolled lanes on I-35, but shortly afterward, Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said they would not support certain state taxes going toward tolled projects. Non- tolled managed lanes include high-occupan- cy vehicle, or carpool, lanes. “Our hope is with the HOV lanes, we will encourage carpooling [and using] transit, and that will help add the capacity we need,” TxDOT My35 project manager Susan Fraser said in November.

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We want to keep your lights on and your water running. The City of Austin cares about your health and safety. Smart actions can keep your utilities on and help you stay safe. Remember these tips during this time of caution: • Continue your service: The City of Austin has stopped utility disconnects caused by non–payment. If your utilities were recently turned off because of unpaid bills, contact City of Austin Utilities today for a courtesy reconnection. Call 512-494-9400 . • Consider new ways to pay: For public safety reasons, the City of Austin Walk–In Utility Billing Centers are currently closed. Check out other payment options by visiting austinenergy.com/go/paymentoptions or call 3-1-1 for more information.

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DEVELOPMENT UPDATES

Developments underway in your community

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more financial benefit from their lease,” Perardi Development owner and founder Eric Perardi said. Perardi Development has not named an official opening date for the building but announced that construction is “anticipated to wrap up early in the fall.” Address: 701 E. FM 1626, Austin

park and a walking trail as well as outdoor decks and community gardens. The project is scheduled to open by summer 2021, according to Brandon Miller Group, which is handling marketing and sales for the development. Address: 110 W. Mockingbird Lane, Austin Space: 1 acre Timeline: spring 2020-summer 2021

CONSTRUCTION ALMOST UNDERWAY AT LITTLE FORDON SOUTH CONGRESS BY NICHOLAS CICALE AUSTIN Construction will begin this spring at Little Ford, a multifamily development at the northwest corner of West Mockingbird Lane and South Congress Avenue. At completion, Little Ford will include 22 for-sale condo units. Units will range from 868-1,437 square feet with one- and two-bedroom options and will be priced from $200,000-$400,000. The project will include a community backyard with a grill, a fire pit, a dog

MEDICAL PLAZAAT ONION CREEKON ITS WAY TO SOUTHAUSTIN BY OLIVIA ALDRIDGE AUSTIN Medical Plaza at Onion Creek, a 36,000-square-foot medical office project of Perardi Development, is on its way to South Austin. According to a press release from Perardi, the building is 50% leased, with tenants including Lewis Medicine and Urgent Care, Solutions Pharmacy and Beautiful Beginning Birth & Wellness Center. Tenants will be able to own equity in the building, the release said. “What this ultimately does is help bring greater breadth and depth of medical services to people closer to where they live, and medical practitioners

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DEVELOPMENT Patriots’ Hall of Dripping Springswill oer veterans a space all their own

BY OLIVIA ALDRIDGE

veterans—including from the 14,000 veterans estimated by the Hays County Veteran Service Oce to live in the county—Chandler said the board has planned features for Patriots’ Hall including a physical obstacle course, billiards room, vegetable garden and outdoor camp area. Patriots’ Hall will also host classes such as Marine-led yoga and equine therapy, and veterans will be able to access health care through an on-site clinic. As planning moves forward, Chandler says prioritizing the input of veterans remains important to her, which is why ve of the nine mem- bers of the Patriots’ Hall board of directors are veterans, including the man who started it all, Barnett. Chandler’s husband, lm and TV actor Kyle Chandler, also serves on the Patriots’ Hall board. Kyle, known for playing coach Eric Taylor on Texas football television drama “Friday Night Lights,” said the Chandlers’ investment in the project was truly a byproduct of Barnett’s outreach. “Without that, we wouldn’t be here,” Kyle said. It was a little piece of paper from Shorty Barnett that started it.” Groundbreaking on the $5.9 million project is slated for June. According to the Chandlers, the board is still working to raise $4.4 million from community sources. “It’s all community money so far,” Kathryn Chandler said. “I can say that down to the penny, pretty much.”

Patriots’ Hall, a 10-acre retreat and development center for veterans, is on its way to Dripping Springs to ll a community need. Dripping Springs’ local Veterans of Foreign Wars post has never had its own home, but has relied on shared spaces for meetings. Local VFW post founders Shorty Barnett and Gary Hale set out to nd a permanent home for their VFW and American Legion posts with space to hosts activities that attract younger vet- erans. They alerted the community to their search with a hand-written, photo-copied yer that Barnett posted around town. “Any parcel of land within a 5-mile radius of Dripping Springs, suitable to build a butler-type building (2-3 acres) with ample parking area and soil for a well and septic would suit us to a ‘T,’” Barnett wrote. Kathryn Chandler, an 11-year Dripping Springs resident and the daughter of a Vietnam veteran, took notice. When Chandler initially set out just to raise money for the VFW and American Legion posts to purchase a new site, further research led her to support a broader develop- ment that would welcome not only VFW and American Legion members, but all veterans of the U.S. armed forces. Chandler and other locals formed a 501(c)(3) nonprot called Patriots’ Hall in 2019. “We like to think this is the rst of its kind,” Chandler said. Based on the feedback of area

From left to right: Patriot’s Hall Vice President Mary Jane Hetrick, President Kathryn Chandler, and actor and board member Kyle Chandler stand at the future site of Patriots’ Hall. (Olivia Aldridge/Community Impact Newspaper)

An initial mockup of the Patriots’ Hall campus includes a large, central hall where veterans can gather. (Courtesy Patriots’ Hall)

SOMANYWAYS TO SERVE According to Patriot’s Hall President Kathryn Chandler, Patriot’s Hall organizers want to prioritize the voices and eorts of veterans in the planning and execution of the new facility and what it has to oer. Chandler said she is still seeking volunteers to oer their services. Many of the oerings planned for Patriot’s Hall will be led by veterans, and others come at the request of surveyed veterans, including: • Marine-led yoga • equine therapy by RED Arena • veteran-led art classes & art shows • on-site medical evaluations • post-traumatic stress disorder therapy from local veteran outreach nonprot Camp Home

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