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Kalahari opens as RoundRock’s second-largest employer

Number of new employees to reach 1,200 in 2021

1,050 employees have been hired as of Oct. 28 ahead of the Nov. 12 opening, with a goal to reach 1,200 employees next year.

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Kalahari Resorts & Conventions will make its mark Nov. 12 when it opens as the city of Round Rock’s sec- ond-largest employer, behind only Dell Technologies Inc. The launch would be momentous during nor- mal circumstances, said Jason Ball, president and CEO of the Round Rock Chamber; amid an economic downturn, it is a true beacon of hope. Kalahari has hired about 1,050 employees, said Brian Hernandez of

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Pandemic limits veterans’ funding, support access

“The county was very proactive in reaching out to nd out what needs were there and how they could help,” Mitchell said. While he was personally safe and nancially sound, Mitchell said the experience made him reect on the challenges that face his fellow former service members. With in-person gatherings limited and amid pub- lic health concerns related to the virus’s spread, veterans and the local organizations that support them are absorbing nancial and social losses, said Casey Wade, post commander of the PFC CONTINUED ON 24

BY KELSEY THOMPSON

live in Round Rock, Pugerville and Hutto and are served by

Rick Mitchell, a 21-year veteran of the United States Navy Submarine Force, received a slew of phone calls and text messages in late March. On the other end of the line was Williamson Coun- ty’s coronavirus call center sta, who contacted each of the county’s thousands of veterans. Mitchell said he was asked about his physical safety, his nancial secu- rity and his concerns regarding the pandemic.

local veterans nonprots.

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FROMAMY: When we think of a family-owned business, the second-largest employer in Round Rock may not come to mind. But Kalahari Resorts & Conventions is owned and operated by the Nelson family from Wisconsin, and by next spring, they will have hired approximately 1,200 employees. While we hope that the addition of jobs from businesses such as Kalahari will strengthen our local economy, we know that other industries are still facing challenges. Even the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts are struggling to nd ways to support veterans. Read more in our front-page story by Reporter Kelsey Thompson.

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4 ATI Physical Therapy opened a location at 17220 N. RM 620, Ste. 110, Round Rock, on Sept. 15, according to a company announcement. ATI Physical Therapy specializes in personalized manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and cardiovascular and strength training. The RM 620 location is the second in Round Rock, following an initial storefront at 2250 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock. 512-846-7258. https://locations.atipt. com/round-rock-brushy-creek-tx 5 Capstone Title , a commercial and residential real estate company, opened earlier this year in Old Town Square at 1 Chisholm Trail Road, Ste. 100, Round Rock. 512-646-8995. www.capstonetitletx.com 6 Sage Veterinary Imaging opened at 1220 McNeil Road, Ste. 200, Round Rock, on Sept. 18. The business offers diagnostic imaging for pets. All studies are performed by a board-certified veterinary radiologist using research- grade ultrasound and MRI equipment. Anesthesia is performed and vitals monitored by a board-certified veterinary anesthesiologist. 512-688-9404. www.sageveterinary.com COMING SOON 7 Bamboo Biryani’s Bowl and Grill is set to open in Round Rock’s La Frontera Village shopping plaza, next to Hobby Lobby. The upcoming Round Rock location is an offshoot of Bamboo Biryani Indian Cuisine in San Antonio, which

offers chicken tikka, biryani, kebabs and clay pot pepper chicken, among other menu items. The restaurant has not announced an opening timeline at this time. www.bamboobiryani.com 8 Saleen Performance Parts announced Oct. 7 that the company will relocate its manufacturing operations from Southern California to a 20,000-square-foot manufacturing and office space at 900 E. Old Settlers Blvd., Bldg. 3, Round Rock. Saleen is a U.S.-based manufacturer and distributor of automotive performance and restyling parts, according to the company’s website. Saleen is projected to add more than 150 manufacturing-related jobs over the next several years, according to a Round Rock Chamber of Commerce news release. www.saleenperformance.com ANNIVERSARIES 9 The Yoga Room celebrated its 10th anniversary in Round Rock in October. Located at 503 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Ste. 220, Round Rock, the studio focuses on making yoga accessible to all patrons. The Yoga Room currently offers online classes while its physical studio remains temporarily closed due to the coronavirus 10 Long Branch Saloon celebrated five years in business Sept. 28. The bar, which offers beer, wine and mixed drinks, is located downtown at 107 W. Main St., Round Rock. 512-300-0374. www.longbranchsaloon-tx.com pandemic. 512-318-2112. www.rryogaroom.com

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restaurant’s menu features international tacos influenced by different regions throughout the world. Dine-in and takeout services are available, and the restaurant plans to offer 24-hour service, staff said in an email. 512-382-9981. www.lunas-tacos.com 3 Joann Fabrics and Crafts opened Sept. 25 at 201 University Oaks Blvd., Round Rock. The store sells crafts- related products, including yarn, needle arts, paper crafting, jewelry making and cake decorating. 512-248-2156. https:// stores.joann.com/tx/roundrock/2155

1 Firehouse Pet Resort opened a location Sept. 21 at 541 Louis Henna Blvd., Ste. 200, Round Rock. The animal boarding and day care center is a sister business to Firehouse Animal Health Center, an Austin-based chain of veterinary clinics. 512-310-7387. www.firehousepetresort.com 2 Luna’s Tacos opened Sept. 14 at 1300 Round Rock Ave., Round Rock. The

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in lattes, cold brews, flavored teas, breakfast sandwiches and pastries. www.thehumanbean.com 3 Primavera Dental Group is expected to open in November at 701 FM 685, Stes. 150-155, Pflugerville. The office will provide routine cleanings and other dental services. www.primaveradentalgroup.com 4 KidStrong Pflugerville will open its location at 21315 SH 130, Ste. 100, Pflugerville, on Nov. 14. The gym is a child development center that focuses on physical and personal growth.512-596-4441. www.kidstrong.com/pflugerville RELOCATIONS 5 Express Commercial Cleaning , Inc. relocated from Round Rock to 1501 Panther Loop, Pflugerville, in late September. The business offers electrostatic-spraying, high-touch disinfection services during the pandemic, in addition to its traditional janitorial and floor care services. 512-919-4333. www.expresscommercialcleaning.com ANNIVERSARIES 6 Central Texas Animal Hospital celebrated its 40th anniversary Oct. 23. Located at 1200 W. Pecan St.,

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1 Happy Panini opened Oct. 11 at 207 Farley St., Hutto. The food truck sells grilled and pressed sandwiches, including the Mr. Big, with roast beef, ham, salami, smoked turkey and pepperoni; and the Caprese Fresca, with mozzarella cheese, sliced tomato, basil and balsamic glaze. 512-630-6073. www.happypanini.com 2 Southside Market & Barbeque opened its fourth location Oct. 15 at 106 Co-Op Blvd., Hutto. The restaurant offers sausage, brisket, turkey and pork ribs plates; sandwiches and salads; as well as classic side dishes, such as coleslaw, potato salad and corn on the cob. A drive-thru is available at the location. 512-518-2117. www.southsidemarket.com 3 Highlight Family Dentistry of Hutto opened its practice at 531 Ed Schmidt Blvd., Ste. 100, Hutto, in August. The practice specializes in pediatric, family, emergency and cosmetic dentistry services. 512-886-2644. www.highlightfamilydentistry.com 4 WhiteWater Express Car Wash opened a location at 300 Ed Schmidt Blvd., Hutto, in early November. WhiteWater Express offers four different wash packages, and each package is available as part of an unlimited monthly

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NOVEMBER 13 CREATE YOUR OWN CANDLES Capture the scent of fall and enjoy it year-round with Pugerville Public Library’s do-it-yourself candle making tutorial. Registrants will pick up their kits Nov. 6-13, and instructions will air on the library’s YouTube channel Nov. 13. Free (registration required). Age 55 and older. 512-990-6381. www.pugervilletx.gov 14 CRAFT UP SOME HOLIDAY CHEER The 17th Annual Rockin’ Around the Holidays Bazaar will feature local and area artisan and craft vendors that will have their products on display. Free; visitors are asked to bring a canned food item or box of Band-Aids as a donation upon entry. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Clay Madsen Recreation Center, 1600 Gattis School Road, Round Rock. 512-218-3220. www.roundrocktexas.gov 14 LEARN THE BASICS OF BACKYARD CHICKENS This virtual workshop, “Backyard Chickens: The ABCs,” is designed to teach participants how to raise their own chickens in an urban environment. Free. 10 a.m.-noon. Online. 512-632-9561. www.pioneerfarms.org

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21 ENJOY SOME BARBECUE The Clay Madsen Foundation will host its 7th Annual Boots & BBQ fundraiser to support local families who have children battling cancer. Both takeout and in-person dining options are available. $40 (adults), $15 (children). 2-4 p.m. for meal pickups, 5-10 p.m. for event. Old Settlers Association Main Hall, 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock. www.claymadsenfoundation.org

21 SIGNUP TO LEARNANEW LANGUAGE Always wanted to pick up a new skill? Learn a new language by joining the Pugerville Public Library’s virtual American Sign Language workshop. Put your linguistic skills to the test as Library Tech Joan Meyers will teach participants basic ASL signs. Beginners are welcome. Free (registration required). Age 12 and older. www.pugervilletx.gov

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Celebrate with Hutto’s Shop Small Saturday and annual tree lighting downtown. A pop-up vendor market will feature small businesses. Free. 3 p.m. 100 East St., Hutto. www.facebook.com/huttotx/events (Courtesy city of Hutto)

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TRANSPORTATION As Hwy. 79project evolves, businesses brace for impact

BY KELSEY THOMPSON

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The city of Hutto was named a recipient of a $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transpor- tation Sept. 22, paving the way for additional improvements planned for Hwy. 79. The additional money will fund upgrades to the railroad grade crossing at Hwy. 79 and FM 1660 S., as well as the addition of a right-turn lane from FM 1660 S. onto Hwy. 79. Hutto City Engineer Samuel Ray said the improvements are welcomed, adding they would help improve trac ow and safety at the intersection. “WE’RE TRYING TO ... KEEPOUR BUILDING, OUR PROPERTYAND OUR EMPLOYEES SAFE.”

After receiving a $1.4 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation, the city of Hutto will add its Hwy. 79 railroad crossing project to three voter-approved 2018 bond projects. 1 FM 1660 N. at Limmer Loop

improve safety with the intersection,” Ray said. Gauging public feedback The city hosted a virtual transpor- tation open house in August detailing the three FM 1660 projects, prior to receiving the federal grant. The Farrs said that, while they attended the virtual open house, there was not a moderator overseeing the presentation, and the lack of engagement made it more dicult to have questions answered in real time. They said their primary focus is receiving direct communication with the city regarding these potential changes. Ray said the city has received Timeline: The project has an anticipat- ed construction start date of fall 2021, per city documents Funding source : city of Hutto 2018 bond 3 FM 1660 S. at Hwy. 79 Improvements include widening the roadway to three lanes from Hwy. 79 to Austin Avenue. A dedicated left- and right-turn lane will also be incorporated from FM 1660 S. to Hwy. 79 and a right-turn lane from eastbound Hwy. 79 to FM 1660 S. Status: project design completion anticipated in spring 2021 Project improvements include the addition of dedicated through lanes as well as intersection turn lanes. A pedestrian path will be added along northbound FM 1660 and eastbound Limmer Loop, per city documents. Status: project design completion anticipated in fall 2020 Timeline: The project has an anticipat- ed construction start date of summer 2021, per city documents. Funding source : city of Hutto 2018 bond 2 FM 1660 N. at Hwy. 79 Enhanced features to FM 1660 N. include additional right-turn lanes from FM 1660 to westbound Hwy. 79 along with additional right-turn lanes from Hwy. 79 to FM 1660 N. Status: project design completion anticipated in fall 2020

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feedback from several business own- ers regarding the project. He stressed the city is not planning to relocate any buildings as part of the process. Hutto City Council hosted a work session Oct. 29 to discuss the trans- portation project and to allow for additional discussion among council members and those wishing to speak during public comment, Ray said. “The only potential impact is maybe a little bit more encroachment onto some parking areas […] of the existing buildings,” Ray said. “[The city wants] to make sure that we’re providing a good benet to the citi- zens of Hutto and being considerate to the business owners that are also very important to the city.” Timeline: The project has an anticipat- ed construction start date of fall 2022, per city documents. Funding source : city of Hutto 2018 bond 4 FM 1660 S. at Hwy. 79 railroad crossing improvements Enhancements include improvements at the Hwy. 79 railroad crossing grade at its FM 1660 intersection, and a right-turn lane onto Hwy. 79. Status: federal grant awarded to the city of Hutto in September Timeline: TBD Funding source : U.S. Department of Transportation

However, some owners of area businesses with frontage along Hwy. 79 expressed concerns regarding how the proposed right-turn lane could potentially minimize the distance between their buildings and the roadway. Andrea and Troy Farr, owners of Texas Pawn and Jewelry at 102 Hwy. 79, Hutto, said they are seeking clarication on the expanded roadway upgrades. “What we’re trying to do is to keep our building, our property and our employees safe,” Troy Farr said. Driving improvements Voters in November 2018 approved funding for three FM 1660 intersec- tion improvements. Per the 2018 bond package, the projects were then proposed to include work at FM 1660 and Limmer Loop, Hwy. 79 and FM 1660 N. and Hwy. 79 and FM 1660 S. for a combined total of approximately $6 million. Hutto will work alongside the Texas Department of Transportation and the Union Pacic Railroad, Ray said. In conversations this summer, Ray said the two departments suggested the city pursue the grant to help oset future costs related to the improvements. “We’re very happy to receive funds for this project to help improve the ow of the intersection as well as to

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REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Proposed $1 billion development, 4-acre lagoon coming to Leander

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The public-access lagoon will serve as the centerpiece for more than 1 million square feet of com- mercial development that will include a hotel and a conference center, according to the city. “This dynamic mixed-use devel- opment is a game changer for our community,” Hill said in a release. In addition to commercial develop- ment, up to 1,600 units of multifamily residential development are proposed for the project, according to the city. A phasing plan was incorporated into the city’s agreement to require that commercial uses be constructed proportionally with residential uses. “The deal allows us to immedi- ately share in the economic benets on a property that should provide excellent returns if developed to its best and highest use,” City Manager Rick Beverlin said in the release. Leander Springs will qualify for

Leander Springs, a 78-acre, mixed- use project with retail, restaurants, entertainment, hospitality, oce and residential components, is on its way to town, Leander Mayor Troy Hill announced Oct. 15. Expectations are that a fully developed Leander Springs, set to be located at the southwest corner of FM 2243 and 183A, could be valued at $1 billion, according to the city. As part of an economic devel- opment agreement with Leander Springs, the city approved up to $22 million in performance-based tax incentives for the project, which promises to construct a 4-acre crystalline lagoon powered by Crystal Lagoons technology and surrounded by 10 acres of boardwalk and related amenities. The lagoon will be lled only once and will operate in a closed circuit for sustainability.

Leander Springs will include a lagoon, hotel and conference center, retail, restaurants, multifamily units, a boardwalk and related amenities. (Rendering courtesy city of Leander)

tax rebate payments once certain commercial development milestones are achieved, and only tax dollars generated from new commercial properties will qualify, the city said. Existing public funds will not be used to nance the project. Leander Springs is eligible to receive rebates from the city on property taxes, sales taxes and hotel occupancy taxes collected as Leander Springs develops. To qualify for the rebates, the crystalline lagoon must be completed by Dec. 31, 2023. No more than 400 multifamily residential units may be developed during Phase 1 and no more than 250 units in Phase 2. For Phase 2, Leander Springs must have 100,000 square feet of

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EDUCATION BRIEFS

News from Round Rock, Pugerville & Hutto ISDs

Pugerville announces 22nd elementary name

RoundRock ISDnames DeWayne Street its rst chief equity ocer

BY KELSEY THOMPSON

PFLUGERVILLE ISD Pugerville ISD’s future Elementary No. 22 will be named in honor of a former teacher who dedicated more than 16 years of teaching to the district, PfISD’s board of trustees revealed Oct. 15. The district’s 22nd elementary school will ocially be named Jessica Carpenter Elementary School following a unanimous board vote. PfISD received a total of 613 name recommendations for Elementary No. 22 and Middle School No. 7, district ocials said Oct. 15, with 117 submissions for Jessica Carpenter. Carpenter served more than 16 of her 20-year teaching career at PfISD, most recently working as a special education resources teacher at Brookhollow Elementary School. Carpenter died Sept. 10 after a four-year battle with Stage 4 esophageal cancer. Aaron Carpenter—Carpenter’s husband—thanked the board and the PfISD community for their kindness and support following Carpenter’s death. Aaron and Jessica Carpenter met in high school and worked together for a community service

Pugerville ISD announced Oct. 15 its 22nd elementary school will be named Jessica Carpenter Elementary School. (Rendering courtesy Pugerville ISD)

ROUND ROCK ISD Round Rock ISD announced Oct. 20 that DeWayne Street will be the district’s rst chief equity ocer. Street will “oversee work in creating an equitable, diverse and inclusive working and learning environment” at RRISD, per a district news release. BY TAYLOR JACKSON BUCHANAN

course, where the two served as teacher’s aides, he said. During her career, Jessica Carpenter attended high school and college graduations of former students, some of whomwere inspired to go into education themselves, Aaron Carpenter said.

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“The goal of equity and inclusion is to create space for everyone to be heard even if they are not agreed with, and this cannot be achieved if certain voices are muted or marginalized,” Street said in the release. The RRISD board of trustees approved in August spending $1.2 million to establish an RRISD Oce of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion with six full-time positions. Street will lead the department.

Her funeral was marked by an outpouring of former students, colleagues and parents paying their respects, Aaron Carpenter said. “She lived to teach,” Aaron Carpenter said, adding: “Ever since she was a girl—having been inuenced herself by one of her elementary school teachers to pursue the art of education for the betterment of her community—that is all that she had ever wanted to do.”

Round Rock ISD board of trustees Meets third Thursday at 7 p.m. 300 Lake Creek Drive, Round Rock 512-464-5000 www.roundrockisd.org Pugerville ISD board of trustees Meets third Thursday at 7 p.m. 1401 W. Pecan St., Pugerville 512-594-0000 www.psd.net Hutto ISD board of trustees Meets fourth Thursday at 7 p.m. 200 College St., Hutto 512-759-3771 www.hipponation.org MEETINGSWE COVER

Hutto ISD, HuttoPublic Library partner to expand digital materials for students

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• Classroom readings • Pleasure readings • Young adult readings Hutto ISD and Hutto Public Library have combined their digital reading resources under the app Sora. Here is a look at materials students can now access under one platform:

BY KELSEY THOMPSON

Sora catalogs HISD’s classroom materials and Hutto Public Library’s juvenile and youth collection and “education-specic tools” to assist teachers, per the release. “By partnering with the Hutto Pub- lic Library, Hutto ISD students now have access to thousands of more eBooks and audiobooks,” said Angela Hartman, the district lead librarian at Hutto ISD, in the release.

HUTTO ISD Hutto ISD and the Hutto Public Library have collaborated to increase digital learning resources, e-books and audiobooks to students under student reading app Sora. The partnership aims to enhance online learning initiatives by consolidating the two libraries’ collections into one digital space, according to a district news release.

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