Grapevine - Colleyville - Southlake Edition - January 2021

2021 GRAPEVINE COLLEYVILLE SOUTHLAKE EDITION

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Economic recovery predicted for 2021

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New developments promise city growth

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-15.32% Grapevine saw a decrease in sales tax revenue from 2019-20.

BY SANDRA SADEK & KIRA LOVELL

Grapevine, Colleyville and South- lake are well-positioned for economic recovery this year with new busi- nesses and developments that are expected to add jobs and help boost local revenues. Grapevine’s tourist industry took a deep hit in 2020. But early reports on the newly opened Hotel Vin and upcoming Harvest Hall along with other planned city projects oer some encouragement for 2021. The city of Colleyville starts the new year with several programs launched in 2020 that continue to help local businesses during the pandemic. And in Southlake, signs that recov- ery is on the way come with the open- ing of a new hotel and two more in the works to pair with the city’s shopping and dining options. Beyond those projects, all three cit- ies can expect an increase in business startups, which in turn will boost cap- ital, according to Cameron Cushman, associate vice president of Innovation Ecosystems at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth. “It’s very counterintuitive, but a downturn in the economy is actu- ally really good for entrepreneurship rates,” Cushman said. “When the econ- omy is bad, people start companies.” CONTINUED ON 18

Hotel Vin opened in September 2020 with higher than expected occupancy levels despite the tourism industry’s hardships.

DINING &

SHOPPING LISTINGS TRANSPORTATION

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Dining IN COLLEYVI LLE IN COLLEYVI LLE

+7.35% Colleyville saw a

Colleyville’s dining scene has seen many new businesses opening up despite limited capacity requirements.

increase in sales tax revenue from 2019-20.

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Hotels

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+2.13% Southlake saw a

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increase in sales tax revenue from 2019-20.

The Delta, Southlake’s third hotel, opened in 2020 during the COVID19 pandemic.

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HIGHLIGHTS FROMTHISMONTH

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MARKET TEAM GENERAL MANAGER Ana Erwin, aerwin@communityimpact.com EDITOR Ian Pribanic

FROMANA: To continue providing reliable local news, we have added a new reporter. Kira Lovell went to the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she graduated with honors with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. She has worked for various publications covering education and localizing national trends. We are excited to have her on board. Of course, this can only happen with the support of our readers and local advertisers, so, thank you all, and happy New Year! Ana Erwin, GENERALMANAGER

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Getting to know the area

REPORTERS Sandra Sadek, Kira Lovell GRAPHIC DESIGNER Ellen Jackson ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Lexi Canivel

METRO LEADERSHIP PUBLISHER Christal Howard

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 CREATIVE DIRECTOR Derek Sullivan SALES DIRECTOR Tess Coverman WHOWE ARE

FROM IAN: Each year, in January, the Annual Community Guide gives us an opportunity to look forward, not back, and to highlight some of the biggest stories that residents can expect in the next 12 months. We hope you nd this information useful throughout 2021. Ian Pribanic, EDITOR

CORRECTION: Volume 10, Issue 10 In a story titled “Socializing at a safe distance,” one passage should have said that despite a reduction to the general fund budget, the city of Grapevine did not cut any programs or services for senior residents. In a story titled “Construction begins to ramp up on DART Silver Line,” the map should have read Galatyn Park. DINING& SHOPPING LISTINGS 8 Restaurants and stores that opened in Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake in 2020 TRANSPORTATION 11 John McCain Road construction EDUCATION 13 Carroll ISD superintendent Q&A CITY& COUNTY 14 Stories to watch in 2021 HEALTH CARE 16 COVID19 vaccine within reach DINING FEATURE 21 Blue Goose Cantina REAL ESTATE 22 Residential market data IMPACT DEALS 23 Local coupons

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IMPACTS

Businesses that have recently opened or are coming soon, relocating or changing ownership

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year in Southlake Town Square at 250 State St., Southlake. The showroom will highlight the company’s adaptable and comfortable furniture, according to the website. An official opening date has not yet been announced. 888-636-1223. www.lovesac.com RELOCATIONS 7 Impact Signs & Graphics has relo- cated to 1201 Minters Chapel Road, Ste. 301, Grapevine. The family-owned shop specializes in custom-designed signs, banners, vinyl graphics and vehicle wraps. 817-329-3491. https://impactsigns6.com 8 Epicenter for the Arts , a performing arts center, has relocated to a larger space in the Gateway Plaza at 2911 E. SH 114, Southlake. The center offers classes in a variety of subjects, including music, dance and acting. Enrollment is still on- going. 817-778-8828. www.epiarts.com 9 iDry Blowout Bar has relocated from Keller to 250 N. Main St., Grapevine. The store offers threading, waxing and

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NOWOPEN 1 Cold Stone Creamery opened a new location Oct. 9, 2020, at 410 W. South- lake Blvd., Southlake. The store sells freshly made ice cream, ice cream cakes 2 The Nutrition Fix opened in Septem- ber 2020 at 220 N. Main St., Grapevine. The shop offers healthy food alternatives, such as meal replacement shakes. 682-326-9710. www.facebook.com/ the-nutrition-fix-tx-102794148220400 and sundaes. 817-410-3872. www.coldstonecreamery.com

3 Ecoutez Hearing Boutique opened in December 2020 at 1438 E. Southlake Blvd., in Southlake. The clinic offers fashionable hearing aids and in-home and in-store testing. It also provides free hearing tests year-round. 817-259-6816. www.ecoutez.com. 4 Sushi Sakana is open at 2175 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 170, Southlake, as of Dec. 23, 2020. The restaurant, which is known for its Japanese cuisine such as sushi and rolls, also serves rice bowls, noodles, sake and other menu items. It BE DFORD R

also has a location in Plano. 817-329-1686. www.sushisakanatx.com 5 Spruce Home + Closet opened its first brick-and-mortar boutique in December 2020 in the Park Village shopping center at 1161 E. Southlake Blvd., in Southlake. The local, family-owned boutique offers a collection of home goods, clothing and accessories. 817-880-2580. www.sprucehome.shop COMING SOON 6 Lovesac will open a new location this

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YaYaYum Boards, a charcuterie board business from Southlake, opened its first brick-and-mortar store in Grapevine in 2020. FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN YaYaYum Boards opened its rst COURTESY YAYAYUM BOARDS

hairstyling services. It also has locations in Plano, Frisco and Fort Worth. 214-550-2921. www.idryblowoutbar.com ANNIVERSARIES 10 Bear Creek Spirits &Wine officially celebrated 10 years in business Dec. 17, 2020. Located at 7101 Colleyville Blvd., Colleyville, the shop specializes in retail liquor, fine wine, craft beer and specialty cheeses. 817-251-8789. www.bearcreekspirits.com 11 Willhoite’s Restaurant , located at 432 S. Main St., Grapevine, will celebrate its 40th anniversary Jan. 13. The restau- rant is known for its Texas-size, all-you- can-eat American comfort food buffet as well as burgers, fries and other menu options and its Sunday brunch, which includes stations for omelets and waffles. To celebrate four decades in business, the restaurant is hosting a rollback happy hour with complimentary food and $1 draft beer Jan. 13. A live band and door prizes will also be featured. 817-481-7511. www.willhoites.com storefront in November at 112 E. Texas St., Grapevine. The business, originally based out of Southlake, specializes in charcuterie boards. The interior space is currently closed, but customers can still pick up orders grab-and-go style. Owner Ayesha Patel said she is unsure as to when the indoor space will open. Virtual workshops are currently available online, and in-person workshops will be oered in the future. 248-496-6360 www.yayayumboards.com

Charcuterie boards can be customized with a range of meats, vegetables and cheeses.

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NEWOWNERSHIP 12 A Smoothie King location at 2707 E. Southlake Blvd., Southlake, is now under new ownership and has been completely remodeled. The franchise store offers a variety of smoothies, vitamins, supple- ments and healthy snacks. 817-488-7733. www.smoothieking.com CLOSINGS 13 Five Guys Burgers and Fries closed its Southlake Town Square location in early December 2020 after more than 10 years in business. Set at 242 State St., Southlake, the fast-food chain location offered a variety of burgers, shakes, fries and other menu options. A Five Guys lo- cation remains open in north Fort Worth at 9180 North Freeway, Fort Worth. www.fiveguys.com 14 A Retina Center of Texas location at 2321 Ira E. Woods Ave, Ste. 200, Grape- vine, closed in November 2020. Patients can be seen at the Southlake location at 305 Morrison Park Drive, Southlake. The center provides a wide range of treat- ments for eye-related diseases. 817-865-6800. www.retinacentertx.com

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COMMUNITY SNAPSHOT

Data and analysis on local communities

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GRAPEVINE COURTESY LDWW GROUP

The completion of SH 26 has helped to accelerate commercial and residential growth in the city of Colleyville. From 2014-19, the city added almost 3,000 residents to its total population. COLLEYVILLE RENDERING COURTESY CITY OF COLLEYVILLE

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The much-anticipated Harvest Hall, built in conjunction with the Hotel Vin, will open in Grapevine in 2021. The openings of additional businesses in the downtown area have coincided with an increase in population.

Southlake Town Square lled with hundreds of local residents during a protest in May 2020. Demographics from the U.S. Census Bureau show the city has become more diverse since 2014.

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Grapevine

Colleyville Southlake

POPULATION CHANGE

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME $100,075 $117,299 2014 2019

AGE ANALYSIS

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DINING&SHOPPING

A non-comprehensive list of restaurants and retail that opened in 2020 or is coming in 2021

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6 YaYaYum Boards 112 E. Texas St., Grapevine 248-496-6360 www.yayayumboards.com $$ B ASIAN 7 Sushi Dojo 3105 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 140, Southlake 832-296-4870 www.facebook.com/sushidojodfw $$ COMING JANUARY 2021

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MEXICAN 8 Fajita Pete’s 711 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 100, Southlake 817-410-3654 | www.fajitapetes.com $$ $$$ H K ITALIAN 9 D’Ambrosio’s #1 Pizza Pub 1713 Crossroads Drive, Grapevine 817-392-1002 www.dambrosiospizzapub.com $$ K OTHER 10 Beanvoy Coee Lounge 2801 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 100, Southlake 682-477-4090 www.facebook.com/beanvoy- coee-lounge-106875724387368 $ B K 11 B rew & Batter 106 E. Texas St., Grapevine 817-410-2739

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2 Moxie’s Grill & Bar 1472 Main St., Southlake 817-764-2767 https://us.moxies.com $$ $$$ H K 3 Pink Beet Café 2310 W. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 100, Southlake 682-593-0832 www.pinkbeet.com $ B K

4 Stone House Restaurant 5201 Colleyville Blvd., Colleyville 817-576-2629 www.stonehouse-restaurant.com $ $$ 5 Vitality Bowls 2750 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 110, Southlake 682-477-4362 www.vitalitybowls.com $ $$ B

DINING AMERICAN 1 Eggsquisite Cafe 260 N. Kimball Ave., Ste. 262, Southlake 682-477-4411 https://eggsquisitecafe.com $ B H

432 S. Main Street | www.willhoites.com | 817-481-7511 | Open Mon-Sat 11AM - 2AM & Sun 10AM - 2AM DAILY BUFFET - SUNDAY BRUNCH - LIVE MUSIC | HAPPY HOUR: MON-FRI 4PM-7PM!

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SHOPPING CLOTHESACCESSORIES 19 Custom Ink 1151 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 320, Southlake 817-204-0553 www.customink.com/parkvillage 20 Fabletics 110 State St., Southlake 844-322-5384 www.fabletics.com 21 Inspired Wings Fashion 424 S. Main St., Grapevine 682-477-2038 www.inspiredwingsfashion.com 22 Market by Macy’s 321 State St., Southlake 817-527-3700 www.marketbymacys.com 23 Rally House 301 N. Carroll Ave., Southlake 817-778-8080 www.rallyhouse.com 24 Red Wing 1469 W. SH 114, Ste. 598, Grapevine 817-329-1109 www.stores.redwing.com/grapevine-tx BEAUTY&HEALTH

www.facebook.com/brewandbatter $ B 12 Bull Lion Ranch Wine Shop 530 S. Main St., Grapevine www.bulllionranch.com $$ H 13 Graduate Coee 1901 W. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 100, Southlake 817-912-1403 www.graduatecoee.com $ K 14 Halal Guys 3000 E. Southlake Blvd., Southlake 817-912-1412 www.thehalalguys.com $ 15 One Stop Nutrition 2704 E. Southlake Blvd., Southlake 817-912-1107 www.onestopnutrition.com $ K 16 OutSmart Cafe 62 Main St., Colleyville 817-966-6676 www.dessertsrx.com $ B K COMING 2021 17 Sky Creek Kitchen + Bar 251 E. SH 114, Southlake 817-796-8100 www.marriott.com $$ $$$ 18 THE Cajun Market 5409 Colleyville Blvd., Colleyville 817-507-9391 www.thecajunmarket.com $ $$ $$$ K

The Horizon Burger at Horizon 76 American Grill House features a half-pound of ground beef topped with cheddar cheese, cooked over mesquite wood and served with lettuce, tomato, onion and pickle on a toasted sweet sourdough bun.

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WORTH THE TRIP Horizon 76 American Grill House ocially opened in June 2020 at 1821 S. Main St., Keller. The restaurant serves “classic” American meals “done right,” owner Je Lowery said. The food, such as burgers and steaks sourced from Keller-based Z Bar Cattle Co., includes a number of local ingredients to provide a “quality experience,” he said. 817-420-7676. www.horizon76.com $ $$ K

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OTHER 29 Dogtopia 2225 W. Southlake Blvd., Southlake 972-264-1178 www.dogtopia.com COMING SPRING 2021 30 Havertys Furniture 200 N. Kimball Ave., Southlake 817-722-3030

27 Top Fitness 1431 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 501, Southlake 817-251-2569 www.toptness.com AUTOMOTIVE 28 Volkswagen 2351 William D. Tate Ave., Grapevine 855-346-0628 www.principleauto.com COMING SPRING 2021

25 The L.A.B. Med Spa 1910 E. SH 114, Southlake 817-251-1000 www.thelabmedspa.com 26 The M Aect 230 N. Main St., Grapevine 682-410-3407 https://themaect.com

www.havertys.com 31 Kahuna Chair 4709 Colleyville Blvd., Ste. 580, Colleyville 682-325-4045 www.bestkmco.com

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TRANSPORTATION

Updates on key transportation stories

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OTHER PROJECTS TO FOLLOW IN 2021

TOP TRANSPORTATION STORIES OF 2021

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SH26projectmoves into second phase Colleyville has begun the second phase of a beautication project on SH 26. After Phase 1, which widened the highway to six lanes, wrapped up in November 2020, Phase 2 of a beautication project began at the north end of the commercial corridor. The second and third phases of the project will continue into summer 2021, Assistant City Manager Adrienne Lothery said, and will not involve major lane closures. Ocials said that Phase 2, which involves landscaping and stonework additions, will be nished around the time Phase 3 begins. Phase 3 will include the installation of gateway towers at the north and south entrances to the community and at the SH 26, Main Street intersection.

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New trails for walking or biking will connect sidewalks on John McCain Road to the existing Cotton Belt Trail. (Kira Lovell/ Community Impact Newspaper)

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Dallas Road Construction Continuing into 2021, improvements to the Dallas Road corridor in Grapevine will increase pedestrian, bicycle and vehicular access to the downtown area and the TEXRail Main Street station. The project will reduce a previous 5-lane roadway to a 4-lane, divided roadway to allow for a 10-foot-wide Cotton Belt Trail extension along the north side of Dallas Road. Timeline: 2019-2021 Cost: $10.2 million Funding sources: Texas Department of Transportation, city of Grapevine

Sidewalk construction begins on north side of JohnMcCainRoad

Colleyville City Council approved an expansion of a sidewalk project on John McCain Road on Dec. 15, four months after the project was rst approved. When it is completed in April 2021, the John McCain Hike & Bike Trail improve- ment project will have built an 8- to 10-foot-wide concrete walkway in separate segments that connect to the existing Cotton Belt Trail. Construction is currently underway on the south side of John McCain Road, and the additional funds granted will go to lling gaps on the north side. Some of the sidewalk on the north side of the road will be completed by the new Oak Alley subdivision. According to city documents, state law allows cities to increase construction contracts by up to 25% of the original cost, which was done in this case. The expansion will fulll some of the priorities established by Colleyville’s Pedes- trian Transportation Ad Hoc Com- mittee, which comprises members

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of the Parks and Recreation board and private citizens. The commit- tee sets annual priorities for new or improved sidewalks and trails as part of the Colleyville Capital Improvement Plan, which City Council must approve. Colleyville Public Works Director Ray Silva-Reyes explained that the city was taking advantage of the original contract with HQS Con- struction LLC to ll additional gaps in the city’s pedestrian walkways. “Get them knocked out with this contract and save us a mobilization fee,” Silva-Reyes said at the Dec. 15 City Council meeting. “We have a good contract on our hands.”

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Bridge closure in Southlake Beginning Jan. 4, area residents can expect construction activity for a Texas Department of Transportation project to replace the bridge over Big Bear Creek. Portions of South White Chapel Boulevard and Pleasant Run Road will be closed for the duration of the project through summer 2021. A detour is in place via Continental Boulevard. Timeline: January 2021-summer 2021 Cost: $1,053,948 Funding source: Texas Department of Transportation

The SH 26 reconstruction project is currently in Phase 2. Phase 3 will begin in early summer 2021. (Kira Lovell/ Community Impact Newspaper)

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News from Carroll ISD & Grapevine-Colleyville ISD

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OTHER STORIES TO FOLLOW IN 2021

STORY TO FOLLOW IN 2021

BY SANDRA SADEK

Q&A Meet Carroll ISD’s new superintendent, Dr. Lane Ledbetter

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD elections Even though voters just lled Places 5, 6 and 7 on the Grapevine- Colleyville ISD board in the November election and December runo, it’s time to look ahead to the next election for Places 1 and 2 on May 1, 2021. The rst day candidates can le for the May 2021 election is Jan. 13. The last day to le is Feb. 12. Those interested in ling for candidacy can access applications on the GCISD website and through the Tarrant County Elections Administration. The May 2021 GCISD elections include races for Place 1, currently held by Board Vice President Mindy McClure, and for Place 2, currently held by Becky St. John. McClure has served on the GCISD board since June 2015, and St. John has served on the board in various capacities since 2009. Carroll ISD Board Elections Southlake residents will have the chance to cast their vote for the Carroll ISD Board of Trustees on May 1, 2021. Seats up for grab include Place 4 and Place 5. Place 4 is currently held by Matt Bryant, who was elected to this position in 2018. Place 5 is currently held by Danny Gilpin, who rst served on the board from 2006-2009 and was reelected in 2015 and 2018. The ling period for candidates lasts from Jan. 13, 2021 through Feb. 12, 2021. Those interested in ling a candidacy can apply on the Carroll ISD website or the Tarrant County Election Administration’s website. Candidate filing period: Begins Jan. 13; ends Feb. 12 Election day: May 1

Dr. Lane Ledbetter was hired as Carroll ISD’s superintendent Dec. 11. (Sandra Sadek/Community Impact Newspaper)

Dr. Lane Ledbetter was appointed as Carroll ISD’s newest superintendent Dec. 11, 2020. His tenure began Jan. 4, 2021. Community Impact Newspaper sat down with Ledbetter ahead of the new year to discuss what he hopes to accomplish during his time at Carroll ISD. These responses have been edited for length, clarity and grammar.

WHATMADE YOU DECIDE TO RETURN TO CARROLL ISDAND APPLY FOR THE SUPERINTEN DENT POSITIONHERE? It is an outstanding school district. So, as you know, as a superintendent in the state of Texas, this is one of those great opportunities for some- one who is in this profession. Along with that, it just so happens that it’s where I graduated. [My family] moved here when I was in the third grade, and so I graduated here and then had an opportunity, even, in the mid-’90s to come back and actually teach. I taught science and then also coached for three years. Of course, my mom and dad both taught here. My mom was a third-grade teacher. My dad was a head football coach and athletic director for several years. And my parents still live here. So it’s just a great opportunity from a family perspective and a career perspective. WHAT DO YOUHOPE TO ACCOMPLISH IN YOUR FIRST 100 DAYS?WHAT ARE YOUR TOP PRIORITIES? Big picture-wise, it’s going to be a lot of listening and a lot of learning. It’s really going be about building relationships and gathering input from sta, community, parents, students—just listening to a variety of individuals and then also visiting groups and just really understanding the way things have been done and what great things have been happen- ing and what we need to continue

HIGHEST LEVEL OF STUDENT EDUCATION? It’s important that we continue to communicate, as far as switch- ing—virtual, face-to-face and all that. We’re learning as we go. We are meeting on a daily basis looking at what our responses are and what we need to do dierently to serve kids because our No. 1 priority is making sure kids continue to receive a quality education and continue to provide the best that we can for them in the safest environment. How we do that might change over time, moving forward. And a lot of it has to do with monitoring the number of cases and where they are and what we need to do. Truly, it has been a day-to-day decision process. ARE THERE ANY PLANS FOR FUTURE BONDS? It’s probably been mentioned publicly that it’s time to look at a new strategic plan for the district, and generally, when you do a strategic plan, there’s a facilities component to that topic. I’m not aware at this point if anything has been formalized... So we’ll be doing that soon. Once I get a chance to get in and kind of get a feel for everything, we’ll look at timing for that.

doing. And then, those areas that are challenges for the district—[I want to become] more and more informed about those things. HOWSHOULDTHE CITYANDTHE DISTRICTWORKTOGETHER? I think it’s just going to have to be something that I kind of work through as I’m building the rela- tionships with those individuals in those important positions. Obviously, there’s a lot of things that a school district does that are dierent than those other organizations, but at the same time, we all have, in some respects, a common purpose because we’re all serving this community in some way. So we have to work together with the understanding that there are some things that we do that may not overlap. HOWDOYOUPLANTOADDRESS DIVERSITY CONCERNS INCAR ROLL ISD? This was something that even once I was brought on board, I’ve been advised [by legal counsel] that I really can’t talk about it because of the legal action that’s pending. I really can’t comment on that topic as superintendent. HOWWILL YOUMANAGE THE DISTRICT’S COVID19 RESPONSE?WHAT STEPS WILL YOU TAKE TO PRO TECT STUDENTS AND STAFF WHILEMAINTAINING THE

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CITY&SCHOOLS

News from Grapevine, Colleyville & Southlake

CITY & SCHOOLS STORIES TO WATCH IN 2021

Carroll ISDdiversity plan in limbowhile lawsuit on appeal

BY SANDRA SADEK The Carroll ISD Board of Trustees was expected to move forward in 2021 on the district’s Cultural Competence Action Plan after hiring a new super- intendent. However, the plan’s future remains uncertain as all administrative decisions related to the plan have been halted since Dec. 3. That is when a Tarrant County district judge issued a temporary restraining order in connection with a lawsuit led against the district. The order, which was supposed to last only 14 days, prevented the board from continuing any work on the plan, including revisions, clarications, publication and implementation. The order was eventually stayed, and the lawsuit has now moved to the Texas Second Court of Appeals. Following strong opposition to the plan from some commu- nity members, board members said they would refrain from taking any action until a new super- intendent could be hired. The board approved the hiring of Lane Ledbetter, a Carroll ISD Class of 1989 graduate, on Dec. 11, 2020. Ledbetter has yet to comment on the ongoing

Carroll ISD boardmembers are expected to act on a district diversity plan in 2021. (Sandra Sadek/Community Impact Newspaper)

3 board meeting. State law requires such board discussions to be held in public. The judge’s order references these conversations held prior to that board meeting as “secret deliberations.” The next Carroll ISD board meeting will be held on Jan. 11 at 5 p.m.

lawsuit or the Cultural Competence Action Plan. The lawsuit accuses ve board members of violating the Texas Open Meetings Act after the release of a series of text messages among them that discussed how to approach the Cultural Competence Action Plan before a scheduled Aug.

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Grapevine animal shelter to reopen

City Council seats on the ballot Area residents can look ahead to the May 1 elections, during which they will vote in multiple mayoral races and decide a plethora of city council seats. The rst day for candidates to le an application for a place on the May ballot is Jan. 13, and the last day to le for a place on the ballot is Feb. 12. Southlake Voters in Southlake will choose the city’s next mayor and representative for Place 2. Mayor Laura Hill, who has served on City Council in various capacities since 2004, has reached the end of her term. A three-year term will also come to an end for Place 2 Council Member Shawn McCaskill. He served as deputy mayor pro tem from 2016-19 and has been mayor pro tem since 2019. Grapevine The mayor’s seat will be on the ballot in May. Grapevine Mayor William D. Tate has held the post since 1988. Tate was rst elected to City Council in 1972 and served as mayor from 1973-85. Voters will also select representatives for Place 1 and Place 2. Place 1 is currently held by Paul Slechta, and Place 2 is held by Sharron Rogers. Colleyville Three-year terms will expire this year for Place 5 Council Member Chuck Kelley and Place 6 Council Member Callie Rigney. Kelley has been a Colleyville resident since 1999, and Rigney since 2013. OTHER STORIES TOFOLLOWIN2021

PROPERTY TAX RE L I EF Residents in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake will see a decrease in property tax rates at the city level.

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Grapevine Animal Services expects to open its renovated building in February or March, though no exact date has been set, according to Grapevine Police Department media manager Amanda McNew. The previous animal shelter, which opened at the same location in 1992, was demolished in 2019. At 9,664 square feet, the new animal shelter at 500 Shady Brook Drive in Grapevine, is more than three times larger than the old building, according to the project proposal. Voters approved the $3.9 million project as part of a 2017 bond package. The budget was increased to $5.1 million in 2019, and some of the additional funding shifted from projects approved in the same bond package that came in under budget. Coppell Animal Services and PetSmart Southlake will continue to coordinate pet adoptions for Grapevine until the city’s new shelter opens.

SOURCE: CITIES OF GRAPEVINE, COLLEYVILLE, SOUTHLAKECOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER *FISCAL YEAR 2021 BEGAN OCT. 1.

City ocialsmake tough nancial decisions for 2021

BY KIRA LOVELL

Grapevine City Council approved a decrease to the city’s property tax rate in 2021. The city budgeted $64.5 million for general fund expenditures, such as sta and mainte- nance costs. City revenue for scal year 2021, which began Oct. 1, will approach $60 million, ocials said. In 2021, the city of Colleyville will raise 2% more reve- nue in property taxes due to rising home values, despite a lower property tax rate. Ocials project $45 million in revenue. A lower property tax rate in Southlake will decrease city revenue by $388,000. The reduction does not aect the city’s senior exemption or its 20% homestead exemption, ocials said.

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HEALTH CARE

News from Grapevine & Tarrant County

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TOP HEALTH CARE STORY OF 2021

With vaccines, end of pandemic appears in reach

Because of limited initial availability, federal, state and local health ocials will prioritize certain groups to receive the vaccine rst. Front of the line

An FDA panel recommended emergency use authorization for COVID-19 vaccines from Pzer on Dec. 10 and Moderna on Dec. 17. Two additional companies developing vaccines have entered Phase 3 trials. • The Pzer vaccine requires two doses 21 days apart. The vaccine must be stored in ultra-cold, frozen conditions and lasts ve days in refrigeration. • The Moderna vaccine requires two doses 28 days apart and can be stored frozen or for 30 days in refrigeration. • A vaccine under development by Astrazeneca requires two doses administered 28 days apart and refrigeration storage. • In addition, a J ohnson & Johnson vaccine that will require just one dose is under development. For more information and to register for the vaccine in Tarrant County, go to www.tarrantcounty.com. A pharmacy employee prepares a COVID19 vaccine dose at Baylor Scott &White - Grapevine. COURTESY BAYLOR SCOTT & WHITE  GRAPEVINE

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Through December: The rst doses will be oered to health care workers and volunteers. Individuals with health risk factors and essential workers will be prioritized next.

BY MATT DULIN & SANDRA SADEK

As COVID-19 vaccines began to arrive in Texas in December, health ocials heaved a collective sigh of relief—but underscored that the ght is not over. Under the state of Texas’ distribu- tion guidelines, the rst batches of Moderna and Pzer vaccines were reserved for health care workers as well as residents and sta members in long-term care facilities. As early as Dec. 28, people with underlying con- ditions or those over age 65 began to gain eligibility, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services. According to Tarrant County Public Health, 160,000 individuals have registered with the county to receive a vaccine, with 85% of them being eligible. Distribution for these initial groups is expected to be completed in the next month or two, ocials said. “There are a lot of people complain- ing about it,” said Southlake resident MaryLee Alford, who along with her husband received the rst dose of the Moderna vaccine. “But … this is a brand-new situation for everybody. We’re just thrilled that we got the vaccine. I think they’re doing the best they can.” As of Jan. 6, DSHS reported a total of 26,449 individuals in Tarrant County have been vaccinated.

January-July: The general public will gain access as supply increases and essential workers have had access. Children under age 16 will likely be last in line.

July onward: Everyone who chooses to be vaccinated will have access, per ocials. Public health professionals will network with hard-to-reach areas.

October onward: Outreach will continue to areas that may not have received a vaccine, and vaccine creators may consider plans for future coronaviruses.

SOURCE: TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICESCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

“A person who is vaccinated, hopefully, will not get severely ill, but that doesn’t mean they can’t spread it to someone else,” said Dr. Jill Weatherhead, an infectious disease and tropical medicine expert with the Baylor College of Medicine. “We just don’t have that data yet.” A Jan. 4 press release from Baylor Scott & White - Grapevine indicated the hospital had 975 doses of the Pzer vaccine and 100 doses of the Moderna vaccine. The Grapevine loca- tion is not administering doses to the public as Baylor Scott & White Health is focused on vaccinating 49,000 employees and 7,300 active physicians within its hospital system. “Our rst responsibility to the

community is to safeguard the caregivers Texans are dependent on,” said Alejandro Arroliga, chief medical ocer for Baylor Scott & White Health. “We are committed to transparency throughout this process so the communities we serve have the latest information.” Early data suggests that around 70% of the national population will have to be vaccinated for the pandemic to be controlled, Weatherhead said. “The general public [should] get these vaccines to protect everybody, to protect those that can’t get the vaccine,” Weatherhead said. “[It’ll] be a community eort.” Shawn Arrajj and Hunter Marrow contributed to this report.

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Five Guys Burgers and Fries closed in Southlake Town Square in December after more than 10 years in business. Located at 242 State St., the fast- food chain oered burgers, fries and other options. Published December 2020 Construction of the $1.266 billion Dart Silver Line light rail project is underway. Expected to be in service by March 2023, the Silver Line includes 10 new rail stations along a 26-mile alignment from Grapevine to Plano. Published December 2020

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Debi Meek owns Bermuda Gold & Silver in Grapevine.

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When the city of Grapevine announced the cancellation of GrapeFest, an iconic annual event for the city and the largest wine festival in the Southwest, Bermuda Gold & Silver owner Debi Meek knew that it would be tough on small mom-and-pop shops like hers. “We had to look at that realistically,” Meek said. “How can you social distance 150,000-200,000 people?” Published July 2020

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TWO LOCATIONS Incredible Savings for the Whole Family New apartments were approved by Grapevine city ocials. The city will rezone 47 acres of land to multifamily development at 4501 Hwy. 360, Grapevine. Developer Greystar is spearheading the second phase of The Preserve development called Elan Grapevine. Published October 2020 Construction began in August on a Chick-Fil-A at 5150 Colleyville Blvd., Colleyville, with the goal to open in early 2021. The restaurant is expected to bring in $3.5 million in sales each year. Plans for the restaurant rst surfaced in June 2019. Published July 2020

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