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HELP WANTED As stang diculties continue for business owners in the Lake Travis area trying to ll hourly positions, job postings are increasing. One example is shown in the Facebook group Bee Cave Worker Bees, which on Feb. 19 tallied 64 dierent job listings . FILLING THE NEED Lake Travis Chamber of Commerce received an employment report from Workforce Solutions that covers all of 2018. Each job was posted through Workforce Solutions.

Following multiple infrastructure evaluations, much deliberation and previous delays, a $22 million capital improvements bond will appear on the ballot for West Lake Hills residents May 2. Since its incorpo- ration in 1953, the city has never gone out for a bond, and according to Mayor Linda Anthony, the decision was four years in the making. The bond is centered on the city’s major infrastruc- ture needs and encompasses a proposition for a new City Hall and police building as well as a proposition devoted to drainage and pavement projects. Various CONTINUED ON 56 Westlake-area cities work on infrastructure BY AMY RAE DADAMO West Lake Hills ocials voted to include a $22 million capital improvements bond on the May ballot, and Rollingwood is examining its critical infrastructure needs starting with several drainage projects. A Tale of Two Cities

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During a late January luncheon at the Sonesta Bee Cave Austin Hotel hosted by the Bee Cave Chamber of Commerce, local childrens’ gym man- ager Dory Kelley made a presentation to several area business owners and professionals. “We struggle with lack of applications, high Local leaders identify lack of aordable housing as key factor BY BRIAN RASH

turnover of employees and a lack of reliable work- ers,” Kelley said. “From our research this aects the service and retail industries the most.” Long lines, cold food, high turnover and slow service are all symptoms felt by communities experiencing stang problems, Kelley said. As one example, she talked about the now closed restau- rant in Bee Cave called Wild Kitchen and Bar. Before it nally closed in August, Wild went through four chefs and had little to no kitchen help

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Lakeway - $899,999 712 Duck Lake Ct, 78734 4 BD 4.5 BA 4,587 SQ FT Polly Clarke 512-658-6389 RealtyAustin.com/p/2766561

River Dance - $775,000 108 Piedmont Hills Pass, 78732 4 BD 3.5 BA 4,056 SQ FT Susan Russell 512-417-2220 RealtyAustin.com/p/3669365

Eagle Bluff - $679,000 240 Ridge Dr, 78669 3 BD 2 BA 2,232 SQ FT Schaffer Team 512-202-9643 RealtyAustin.com/p/9454190

Lakeway - $499,000 901 Vanguard St, 78734 3 BD 2.5 BA 2,582 SQ FT Cathy Trifiro 512-797-4917 RealtyAustin.com/p/4778997

Travis Landing - $450,000 5108 Sioux Ln, 78734 3 BD 3 BA 2,402 SQ FT Ruth Lunday 512-736-2900 RealtyAustin.com/p/4808466

Trailwood Village - $520,000 5006 Trl West Dr, 78735 3 BD 2 BA 1,759 SQ FT James Watson 512-964-5151 RealtyAustin.com/p/8405516

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FROMPHYLLIS: Stang for hourly workers has long been a problem in our area, but a new deep dive into the issue in one of this month’s front-page stories shows more local leaders than ever seem to be joining in to solve the issue. Phyllis Campos, GENERALMANAGER

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FROMBRIAN: This issue contains several informative news reports on timely events, from the latest on Travis County property appraisals to local police department salaries. Brian Rash, EDITOR

TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES 13 RM 620 widening project leaders hold nal public hearing and open house event at Lake Travis High School prior to moving forward with next steps EDUCATION BRIEFS 32 The latest on local districts CITY& COUNTY 34 The latest local news

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Caves Road, Ste. 4-F, West Lake Hills, within the Westlake Court Shopping Cen- ter. The women’s wear boutique, owned by husband-and-wife team Kim and Brent Charlet, opened its rst location in Lake- way in 2010. 512-263-1400. www.adornaustin.com 10 Garages of Texas broke ground Feb. 10 at 1009 N. RM 620, Lakeway. The business, referred to by the company as “the ultimate motorist’s playground,” allows customers to purchase a state-of- the-art storage facility for their motor vehicles, according to the Garages of Texas website. The company celebrated its groundbreaking Feb. 15 at Grumpy’s Saloon in Lakeway. Construction of the facility is expected to take about 12-14 months, according to Joe Greer, a Garag- 11 International preschool Kido is set to open its rst Austin location in the spring at 10625 Bonaventure Drive, Austin, within the River Place neighborhood. The 15,000-square-foot facility is set to be the company’s largest to date, according to the Kido website. Kido oers primary education through a researched curric- ulum focused on the nuances of human behavior, according to a press release from Kido. The Kido website states its curriculum promotes hands-on, interac- tive learning for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. 512-557-1152. 12 Amy’s Ice Creams relocated in late February within the Hill Country Galleria to 12800 Hill Country Blvd., Ste. G-150, Bee Cave. The Austin-based ice cream shop temporarily ran out of a food truck outside of the galleria’s central plaza while the new location underwent reno- vations. A new French Bakery, FoliePops is set to open in Amy’s Ice Creams’ previous location sometime in the spring, according to the Hill Country Galleria. 512-263-2903. www.amysicecreams.com 13 Thai Spice moved from its Lohmans Crossing location to 2009 Main St., Bldg. A, Ste. 100, Lakeway, across from H-E-B. The restaurant opened in its new location Jan. 14 and oers daily lunch specials. Thai Spice oers dishes including green curry fried rice, pad see ew and garlic chicken. The owners of Thai Spice also run Green Mango by Thai Spice, which opened in March 2019. 512-263-2221. www.thaispiceaustin.com www.kidoschool.com RELOCATIONS es of Texas sales executive. www.garagesoftexas.com

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NOWOPEN 1 Bruster’s Real Ice Cream opened its fth Texas location Jan. 8 at 3303 N. RM 620, Austin. The ice cream shop serves sundaes, cakes, shakes and more and will feature a deck and an outdoor seating area. The company oers 150 avors of ice cream, yogurt and sorbet. 512-582-0010. www.brusters.com 2 Chiang Mai Thai Food Trailer celebrated its grand opening Nov. 23 at 6900 N. RM 620, Austin, in the Rock House food park. The food truck serves MSG-free, authentic Thai cuisine made from scratch with fresh ingredients. The menu includes noodle dishes, rice dishes, green curry and soups such as tom yum. 512-609-0072. www.chiangmaihomecooking.com 3 Greenbelt Botanicals opened Jan. 24 at 6317 Bee Caves Road, Ste. 365, West Lake Hills. The family-run botanical apothecary oers CBD supplements, ed- ibles, topicals and pet treats. This is the company’s fourth location in the Austin area. 833-223-3330. www.greenbeltcbd.com 4 Home improvement business House Doctors opened a new location Feb. 3 at 2100 S. RM 620, Lakeway. The business, run by husband and wife team Craig and

Candice Sciantarelli, will oer a variety of services, including general maintenance projects, aging-in-place modications, and home and commercial remodeling. House Doctors employs experienced, insured, and background-checked main- tenance workers and technicians who can be booked online, according to a press release from House Doctors. 512-297-2323. www.housedoctors.com 5 Le Macaron French Pastries cele- brated its ocial grand opening Feb. 3 at 2901 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., Austin, within Barton Creek Square Mall. The shop, run by Jason Bolsinger, sells a variety of French macarons, chocolates, pastries and more. With the intent of building a bond with the community, Bolsinger said he has teamed up with charities and will oer school fundraising opportunities. 512-593-205 www.lemacaron-us.com/austin. 6 Level 12 Salon opened Jan. 13 at 15500 Hwy. 71, Ste. B-240, Bee Cave. The hair salon oers women’s and men’s hair- cuts, coloring, styling and more. Level 12 Salon opened its rst location in 2015 in the Oaks at Lakeway, and four years after opening its doors, owner Jana Peled said she could not feel more grateful for the success it has become. 512-923-1126. www.level12salon.com

7 Nashville-based tness studio Manduu Austin/Lakeway opened Feb. 12 at 2303 S. RM 620, Ste. S-135, Lakeway. Manduu oers FDA-approved electrical muscle stimulation strength training through low-impact, 15-minute workouts, according to the company’s website, which adds that Manduu’s workout suit is tted with carbon ber electrodes to generate a low-level electrical impulse. The workouts, which include a series of stretching and exing exercises, can deliver the equivalent of six hours of strength training within 15 minutes, ac- cording to a press release by Manduu. 737-230-6994. www.manduu.com 8 QC Kinetix Non-surgical Regener- ation opened its rst Austin location in February at 3801 Bee Caves Road, Austin, which is the former location of Rejuve- nate Austin. QC Kinetix uses local stem and regenerative cell therapy for pain management, according to the compa- ny’s website. The clinic oers treatment options for shoulder pain, knee pain, arthritis and more. 512-593-4303. www.qckinetix.com COMING SOON 9 Adorn Boutique will be opening its fourth Austin location April 1 at 3663 Bee

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14 The Sanova Dermatology practice in the Steiner Ranch area, which is headed by Dr. Ted Lain, will be moving to a new location in the Quinlan Crossing center at 5145 N. RM 620, Ste. B110, Austin, possi- bly in April. The clinic operates at 4300 N. Quinlan Park Road, Ste. 225, Austin. Information from a public relations rm representing Sanova Dermatology states the clinic will still be a SkinCeuticals Advanced Clinical Spa location with the entire line of products available. 512- 266-0007. www.sanovadermatology.com ANNIVERSARIES 15 Craft beer bar and restaurant Oz. Tap House celebrated its one-year an- niversary Feb. 1. Pronounced Ounce Tap House, the restaurant located at 1601 RM 2222, Austin oers 40 taps of craft beer, wine, sake and cider sold by the ounce. 512-366-5007. www.oztaphouse.com EXPANSIONS : 16 Fitness to Function unveiled its expanded studio space Feb. 14. The personal training studio, located at 9410 E. Hwy. 71, Spicewood, works to improve clients’ overall health with engaging and innovative workouts, according to the company’s website. The studio oers private, semiprivate and small-group training classes. 512-644-9855. www.tnesstofunction.com 17 Twin Liquors announced plans in January to expand its Bee Cave location within the H-E-B Center at 12400 Hwy. 71, Ste. 280, Austin. The company’s second Bee Cave location within the Hill Country Galleria closed in December. Twin Liquors is an Austin-based retail

chain oering wine, spirits, drink mixes, bar supplies and more. 512-402-0333.

The Hill Country Galleria unveiled newmurals by local artists. (Courtesy Regina Pyne)

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FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON The Hill Country Galleria, located at 12700 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave, unveiled three new mural installations Jan. 16 that were commissioned from local artists and inspired by the Central Texas region. The galleria partnered with the Bee Cave Arts Foundation last fall to search for artists to commission the works, which will remain permanently at the galleria. The public was invited to meet the featured local artists at the Hill Country Galleria’s rst Art Walk on Jan. 30. The new murals include “Hi There” by Helena Sue Martin, “Bijou the Bee” by Avery Orendorf and “Las Flores de Tejas y Abejas Mexicanas” by J. Muzacz. “The Hill Country Galleria school located at 3901 Bee Caves Road, West Lake Hills, worked with an educa- tional search rm to aid in the process of appointing the position, according to a press release from Trinity Episocpal School. Morgan began her career at Trini- ty as a kindergarten teacher in 2000 and was eventually named the head of lower school in 2014. Current head of school Marie Kidd will remain in the position until the end of the school’s term. 512-472-9525. www.austintrinity.org

is setting out to become a resource for local creatives, from oering aordable studio and gallery spaces to supporting events initiatives,” stated a press release from Giant Noise, a public relations rm representing the galleria. 512-263-0001. www.hillcountrygalleria.com

18 Castro’s Bar & Grill located at 900 S. RM 620, Ste. C-104, Lakeway, recently underwent a number of upgrades and renovations. The 14-year-old, fam- ily-owned restaurant located within Lake- way Commons unveiled the renovations and rebranding in January. Improvements include an upgraded wine and bourbon list, new draft beers and more. The restaurant, now a nonsmoking establish- ment, reopened its kitchen and serves nachos, Reubens and more and will allow kids until 9 p.m. Castro’s Bar & Grill will also host monthly comedy showcases and live music as well as weekly pool and dart tournaments and karaoke nights. 512- 263-3322. www.castrosbar.com CLOSINGS 19 The Hill Country Galleria’s Frost A Gelato Shoppe closed in December at 12800 Hill Country Blvd., Ste. G-150, Bee Cave. The store, which served authentic Italian gelatos and sorbets, rst opened in 2016 and later opened a second loca- tion at The Domain, which is still open. 512-520-4457. www.frostgelato.com IN THE NEWS 20 Westlake’s Trinity Episcopal School announced Feb. 4 that longtime sta member Jennifer Morgan will take over as the next head of school in July. Represen- tatives for the private, not-for-prot K-8

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21 CPA rms Phillips Anker PC and The Mangold Group merged Jan. 1, establish- ing Mangold Anker Phillips PLLC . Man- gold Group operates at 4201 Bee Caves Road, Ste. A-200, Westlake, as well as at a Northwest Austin location. The rm’s partners have worked with each other for over a decade and are excited to combine their resources and skillsets, according to a press release. The company oers a variety of services, including business valuation, litigation consulting, payroll services and more. 512-327-0909. www.magnoldcpa.com

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The Library will host an event for all ages featuring an educational presentation from Austin Reptile Shows, an organization that shares its passion for reptilian creatures with the Austin community. 1 p.m. Free. Laura’s Library, 9411 Bee Caves Road, Austin. 512-327-3045. www.westbanklibrary.com

Westbank Library will present an educational afternoon focused on honey bees. Guests will try activities including tasting honey from dierent owers and examining a bee under a microscope. 1 p.m. Free. Westbank Library, 1309 Westbank Drive, Austin. 512-327-3045. www.westbanklibrary.com

Concordia will host its annual event located at the edge of the Balcones Canyonlands. The event will feature nature presentations and guided hikes. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Free. Concordia University Texas, 11400 Concordia University Drive, Austin. 512-313-3000. www.concordia.edu/naturefest

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levels sponsored by Andrea Steimle. The class will take place on the venue’s lawn, weather permitting, and attendees should bring their own mat. Donations will be accepted for the event that is held on the last Tuesday of every month. 8:30-9:30 a.m. Free (donation-based). The Wayback Cafe and Cottages, 9601 Bee Caves Road, Austin. 512-520-9590. www.waybackaustin.com APRIL 03 MICKEY AND THEMOTORCARS AT SPICEWOOD VINEYARDS Mickey and the Motorcars will headline a performance at Spicewood Vineyards following opening act Robin Mordecai, an instrumentalist and songwriter. 7 p.m. $50. Spicewood Vineyards, 1419 CR 409, Spicewood. 830-693-5328. www.spicewoodvineyards.com 05 CÉCILEMCLORIN SALVANT PERFORMANCE Jazz vocalist Cécile Mclorin Salvant will perform at One World Theatre on April 5. Salvant released her debut album “WomanChild” in 2013 and has since won the 2019 Grammy Award selection for Best Jazz Vocal Album, according to

Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization’s 2045 Regional Transportation Plan. The event is sponsored by Lakeway’s urgent care facility VIK Complete Care. The discussion will be led by Bruce Byron, a public engagement ocer for the Texas Department of Transportation. The registration deadline is scheduled for the Friday prior to the event, according to the Lake Travis Chamber of Commerce website. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. $30 (chamber members), $35 (nonmembers). Flintrock Falls, 401 Jack Nicklaus Drive, Lakeway. 512-263-5833. www.laketravischamber.com 28 LIVE COUNTRYMUSIC AT LT CORNER PUB Local bands Crystal Mountain Road and Miller Creek Crowd will come together for a live performance at Lakeway’s LT Corner Pub. The country and Americana bands will be covering various country hits along with their original music. 9 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Free. 1310 S. RM 620, Lakeway. 512-961-5674. www.ltcornerpub.com 31 YOGAAT THEWAYBACK The Wayback Cafe and Cottages will host a free yoga event for all skill

food from local Austin food trucks, according to event’s website. Tickets are limited and therefore sold through the festival’s website using a lottery system. Minors under the age of 21 must attend the event under the supervision of a legal guardian, and photo identication is required at the gates. 11 a.m. Prices will be announced through the drawing system. 1100 Bee Creek Road, Spicewood. 979-242-4073. www.luckreunion.com 21 SPRING FLING ATWORLD MARKET Home furniture and decor retailer chain World Market will host a spring ing event in its Bee Cave location within the Shops at the Galleria. Guests are invited to sample an arrangement of cakes, cookies and drinks oered at World Market. Hosts of the event will also be sharing recipes and cooking tips. Noon-5 p.m. Free. World Market, 12700 Shops Parkway, Ste. 200, Bee Cave. 512-263-9505. www.worldmarket.com 22 LONE STAR FARMERSMARKET Bee Cave’s Hill Country Galleria will host the Lone Star Farmers Market featuring local vendors, produce, live music, face painting and other kids’ activities. The market will be open rain or shine. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Free. The Hill Country Galleria, 12700 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave. 512-924-7503. www.lonestarfarmersmarket.com 25 KINDERGARTEN ROUNDUP Lake Travis ISD is hosting a prekindergarten and kindergarten roundup event taking place at all LTISD elementary school campus cafeterias. The district will hold registration for children eligible to attend prekindergarten and kindergarten during the event. Parents and guardians should register their children in the attendance zone associated with their residence. Information regarding eligibility can be found on the LTISD website. 3:30-6:30 p.m. Free. LTISD elementary school campuses. 512-533-6000. www.ltisdschools.org/roundup 25 CAMPO 2045 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN The Lake Travis Chamber of Commerce will host a luncheon centered on the

BBQAND CHILI COOKOFF The Spicewood Community Center will host the Seventh Annual BBQ and Chili Cook-O event sponsored by The Highland Lakes Chili Pod, Lonestar BBQ and the Chili Appreciation Society International. The three-day weekend event will feature a domino tournament, local vendors, a rae, a silent auction, karaoke and more. 8:30 a.m. Free. Spicewood Community Center, 7901 CR 404, Spicewood. 512-507-9089. www.spicewoodschoolhouse.org 14 ADOPTIONS AT TOMLINSON’S FEED Tomlinson’s Feed within the Westbank Market will host an adoption event featuring Austin German Shepard Rescue. The nonprot animal rescue group formed in 2001 and has cared for more than 1,100 German shepards through its partnerships with local shelters, according to Tomlinson’s Feed. Dogs will be available for adoption at the event. Noon-2 p.m. Free. Tomlinson’s Feed, 3300 Bee Caves Road, Ste. 490, Austin. 512-306-1121. www.tomlinsons.com 14 WALK&TALKWITHHILL COUNTRY CONSERVANCY The Hill Country Conservancy sta will host an event leading hikers through the Greenbelt’s Violet Crown Trail. Those in attendance will learn about the history of the area and the plants and wildlife that inhabit the trail. The nonprot organization located in West Lake Hills works to protect critical habitats, provide recreational access and promote conservation in the Greater Austin area, according to the organization’s website. 7:50-9 a.m. Free. 3755 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., Austin. 512-328-2481. www.hillcountryconservancy.org 19 LUCK REUNIONMUSIC FESTIVAL The 2020 Luck Reunion Music Festival held at Willie Nelson’s Luck Ranch property will feature a full day of music, food and art. The annual festival hosts more than 50 artists. Guests can enjoy craft beverages in a saloon, shop from an assortment of vendors and sample

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ABC Kite Fest, a 91-year tradition, will return to Zilker Park. The event will feature kite-ying contests, kite crafts, and a children’s concert. The event, produced by the Friends of the ABC Kite Fest, will donate proceeds to Communities in Schools of Central Texas and the Moss Pieratt Foundation. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for pricing information. 2100 Barton Springs Road, Austin. 512-837-9500. www.abckitefest.org

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The Friends of the Parks of Lakeway will host the 22nd Annual Wilderness Run at the Hamilton Greenbelt I. This year’s event will feature a Healthy Kid One Mile Run for children in kindergarten through fth grade starting at 9 a.m. A 5K wilderness run or walk at 9:30 a.m. will be open for all age groups and skill levels. 9 a.m. Free. Hamilton Greenbelt I, 1250 Lohmans Crossing Road, Lakeway. 512-997-8880. www.lakewayfop.org

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The Lake Travis Community Library will host a puppet show featuring Honey Goodenough, an experienced puppeteer, educator, entertainer and magician, according to the library. The event will be open for all ages. 2 p.m. Free. Lake Travis Community Library, 1938 Lohmans Crossing, Lakeway. 512-263-2885. www.laketravislibrary.org

One World Theatre. 7 p.m. $24-$98. One World Theatre, 7701 Bee Caves Road, Austin. 512-330-9500. www.oneworldtheatre.org 06 SAVINGWATERWITH LAKEWAYMUD The Lakeway Municipal Utility District and the Lower Colorado River Authority will host an event centered on preventing water shortages by making small changes in the home. April marks Water Conservation Month, and Lake Travis, Lakeway’s sole source of drinking water, is in a near-constant state of drought dotted by oods, according to information from the Lakeway MUD. 10:30-11:30 a.m. Free. Lakeway Municipal Utility District, 1097 Lohmans Crossing Road, Lakeway. 512-261-6222. www.lakewaymud.org 13 FREE TAXHELP The Lake Travis Community Library is oering free tax-preparation services staed by IRS-certied tax preparers through the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program. Attendees are required to bring a government-issued ID, income documents, property taxes, and more. 12:30-4:30 p.m. Free. Lake Travis Community Library, 1938 Lohmans

Crossing Road, Lakeway. 512-263-2885. www.laketravislibrary.org 14 MIGHTY KITE FLIGHT The Bee Cave Chamber of Commerce will host the annual Mighty Kite Flight at Bee Cave Central Park. The event will feature food, live music and Bee Cave business booths. The rst 300 guests will receive a free kite courtesy of the Sonesta Bee Cave Austin Hotel. Complimentary parking will be available at Galleria Oaks oce buildings, according to the Bee Cave Chamber of Commerce. Noon-3 p.m. Free. 13742 Bee Cave Pkwy., Bee Cave. 512-767-6610. www.beecavetexas.gov 15 SWING FOR SCHOLARSHIPS The Central Texas chapter of The National Forum for Black Public Administrators will host a golf clinic for women through its new partnership with the program She Who Golfs. Proceeds will benet the NFBPA Endowment, which funds a national scholarship program. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. $100-$500. 15201 Falcon Head Country Club, Falcon Head Blvd., Austin. 512-402-1558. www. falconheadaustin.com

LIBRARY EVENTS BEE CAVE PUBLIC LIBRARY 4000 Galleria Parkway, Bee Cave 512-767-6620 www.beecavetexas.gov MARCH 17 : Life-sized Candyland, noon LAKE TRAVIS COMMUNITY LIBRARY 1938 Lohmans Crossing, Lakeway 512-263-2885 www.laketravislibrary.org MARCH 30 : Lego Club, 4 p.m. LAURA BUSH LIBRARY 9411 Bee Caves Road, Austin 512-327-3045 www.westbanklibrary.com MARCH 24 : Armstrong Community Music School, 10:30-11:30 a.m.

SPICEWOOD COMMUNITY LIBRARY 1011 Spur 191, Spicewood 803-693-7892 www.spicewoodlibrary.org MARCH 31 : 2020 census, all day APRIL 7 : Tech in the library, 4-6 p.m. WESTBANK COMMUNITY LIBRARY 1309 Westbank Drive, Austin 512-327-3045 www.westbanklibrary.com MARCH 27 : Friday knitting, noon-3 p.m. APRIL 13 : Writing workshop, 5-7 p.m. APRIL 14 : Adult artisan workshop, 5:30 p.m.

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TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES

TxDOT holds nal open house onRM620widening

REGIONAL PROJECTS

BY BRIAN RASH

Though funding is not fully secured for the roughly 9-mile stretch of RM 620 from Hwy. 71 to Hudson Bend Road slated to be widened in the coming years, project leaders are now more condent about key aspects of the project as it heads into the environmental nding phase. Following two open house events dating back to 2018, the $60 million widening project being carried out by the Texas Department of Transpor- tation began the nal steps of public outreach with a Feb. 20 open house and public hearing at Lake Travis High School. At least 200 people showed up to the Thursday night event to get their questions answered and see a presentation from TxDOT headed by Public Information Ocer Christopher Bishop. “What we’re presenting is what will be our nal plan going into this proj- ect,” said Bradley Wheelis, another public information ocer for TxDOT. “Now, that plan can be tweaked, but this is pretty much what folks can expect to see on RM 620 once we go to construction in late 2022.” Bishop said TxDOT will need to acquire about 34 acres of right of way to complete the project, and

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Bullick Hollow left-turn lane A mobility project that added a left- turn lane on Bullick Hollow where the road intersects with FM 2769 in northwestern Travis County has completed the construction phase, according to information from Travis County. The design phase for the project began in summer 2018 and concluded in spring 2019, according to information from Travis County. The lane runs from FM 2769 to 400 feet south of the intersection. Project Manager Chiddi N’Jie said the project began Oct. 7, about a year sooner than the initial projected time frame of fall 2020. Status: N’Jie said construction for this project is now complete. Timeline: complete Cost: $240,000 (construction) Funding source: 2017 Travis County bond funds

At least 200 people attended the Feb. 20 open house on the RM 620 widening. (Brian Rash/Community Impact Newspaper)

no displacement of businesses or residents is foreseen. Wheelis added that process is already underway but not complete. As of now, the project is funded at $60 million for construction from the stretch of RM 620 beginning at Hwy. 71 and ending at Oak Grove Boulevard. To fund the project up to Hudson Bend Road, TxDOT needs to acquire another $15 million, Wheelis said. The major features of the project from the last couple of open house events remain the same: widening the existing four-lane road to a divided six-lane road, adding raised medians, and installing continuous bicycle and pedestrian paths along both sides of the road. Should construction for the project agreement, LTISD’s cost will not exceed $2.5 million, and the district will be responsible for the manage- ment and development. According to LTISD, Malone Wheeler’s services are totaled at $1,136,500. The board discussed the drafted contract and will take action at the March 25 board meeting. The engineering phase could last around one year, according to Johnny Hill, assistant superintendent for business, nancial and auxiliary services. Hill said this is due to the environmental aspects of the proj- ect’s planning process which involves Little Barton Creek. Superintendent Brad Lancaster said that potential involvement with

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Thomas Springs Road at Circle Drive left-turn lane This project adds a left-turn lane on eastbound Circle Drive where it meets Thomas Springs Road in the Oak Hill section of southwestern Travis County. N’Jie said the intersection was becoming dangerous for a number of reasons, and the left-turn lane is going to help alleviate these issues. The design phase of the project began at the end of 2018 and concluded in summer 2019, according to informa- tion from Travis County. Status: Construction was set to begin in February, and N’Jie said it is now underway. Timeline: February 2020-winter 2020 Cost: $592,900 Source: 2018 Travis County certi- cates of obligation

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BY AMY RAE DADAMO

Lake Travis ISD has been working toward an extension project at Vail Divide for nearly ve years, according to Superintendent Brad Lancaster, who said the construction will improve trac on Hamilton Pool Road. The district is moving another step closer as it enters the project’s design phase, drafting an engineering contract with Malone Wheeler. Travis County and LTISD entered into an interlocal agreement Jan. 15 on the Vail Divide Southern Extension project, which includes the construction of a roadway and bridge between Hamilton Pool Road and Hwy. 71. Per the terms of the

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the Texas Department of Transpor- tation could lead to a $1 million cost decrease for the district. TxDOT will be examining the culvert along Little Barton Creek within the repairs on Hamilton Pool Road. The culvert repairs could result in construction of a shorter bridge across the creek, Lancaster said. However, Lancaster noted that TxDOT’s repairs could result in a construction delay for the extension project from October to January.

ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF 022520. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT LTWNEWSCOMMUNITYIMPACT.COM.

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TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES

COMPILED BY BRIAN RASH

MobilityAuthority gives updates formajor projects inwestern Travis County The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority is moving forward with several projects geared toward relieving trac along some of the busiest corridors in western Travis County. Included in the brieng during the Mobility Authority’s Feb. 26 meet- ing were updates on two expansions each on US 183 and MoPac.

The Mobility Authority board received updates on major western Travis County road projects during a Feb. 26 meeting. (Brian Rash/Community Impact Newspaper)

US 183 North The US 183 North project will add a general-pur- pose lane, two toll lanes and a sidewalk on both sides of the roadway, and Mobility Authority infor- mation states it is now in the contract execution stage. The $580 million project extends from SH 45 N at the northern end to MoPac at the southern end, covering 9 miles. Information from the Mobility Authority states that because the thoroughfare between SH 45 N and MoPac contains heavy congestion, a project to help reduce trac will not only benet daily drivers, but emergency service workers as well. Construction for the project is expected to begin sometime in 2021, last through 2024 and be com- plete by 2025. Next steps for the US 183 North project include evaluating alternative technical concepts, receiving nal detailed proposals, selecting a design and build contractor, and executing a contract. Justin Word, director of engineering for the Mobil- ity Authority, told the board a recommendation to award a contract to a builder will come in May.

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MoPac South The MoPac South expansion project will upgrade the thor- oughfare between Cesar Chavez Street and Slaughter Lane. Sta are working on a new esti- mate for the total cost. A public hearing on the project is being planned for May, and Mobility Authority sta is working on a

specic time and location. “I want us to pay attention to the intersection at Bee Caves Road as we approach this project,” Mobility Authority board Direc- tor David Armbrust said. Timeline: TBD Cost: TBD Funding source: TBD

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Toll 183A Phase 3 The Toll 183A Phase 3 project extends from Hwy. 29 in Liberty Hill on the northern end to Hero Way in Leander on the southern end, and information from the Mobility Authority states it is now in the nal design stage. Details for the approximately $260 million widening show the project will add a toll lane on both the northbound and south- bound sides of Toll 183A Phase 3. The estimated timeline for construction shows the project is expected to begin this year and should be complete sometime in 2024. According to the Mobility Authority, the next steps for the Toll 183A Phase 3 project include completion of the nal design, nalizing acquisition of the right of way, relocation of the utilities, awarding of a construc- tion contract and nalization of nancing. Word said a contractor for the

Barton Skyway The project will add auxilia- ry merge lanes on a 1.5-mile stretch of MoPac South between Barton Skyway and Capital of Texas Highway with a stated goal of relieving congestion at the southbound Winsted Lane/ Eneld Road on-ramp. It is now in the environmental and design procurement phase, with agreements with the Texas Department of Transportation, environmental clearance and construction letting to come this year. Construction for the $15 million project is anticipated to begin and end in 2021. That cost estimate has not changed from the last time Word updated the Mobility Author- ity board during its November meeting. At that meeting, Word told the board the project could reduce travel times on MoPac South

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project should come to the Mobility Authority’s September meeting. Timeline : construction to begin in 2020-24 Cost: $260 million Funding sources : federal funding through TIFIA loan, revenue bonds

awarding of a construction con- tract should begin in late 2020, and it should be open to trac by the end of 2021. Timeline : construction to begin

signicantly. In one example, Word stated a trip from Eneld near Lamar Boulevard to Capital of Texas Hwy. by way of MoPac South could drop by up to 10 minutes. Information from the Mobility Authority states a designer for the project should be selected in March. Advertising for and

and end in 2021 Cost : $15 million Funding source : Mobility Authority

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DEVELOPMENT UPDATES

Developments underway in your community

Concepts discussed forWestlakeDrive apartments

BY AMY RAE DADAMO

An existing 26-unit apartment com- plex located at 1801 Westlake Drive could be the site of a future redevelop- ment by its current owners. Architectural rm Shiet Group Architects presented the preliminary conceptual plans to West Lake Hills City Council during a Feb. 12 meeting for a new condominium proposed for the site. Mayor Linda Anthony noted that this presentation only depicts an ongoing high-level conceptual study and not an ocial site plan proposal. The current two-story rental complex was built in 1962 and is owned by brothers Greg and David Vandermark, who stated they hope to develop a new property that is aesthetically pleasing to the city. Greg Vandermark said every unit of the complex is being rented, and about half a dozen tenants have lived there for about 10 years. Unlike the current complex, the potential condominiums would be available to purchase rather than rent, though no estimated prices were disclosed during the meeting. Renderings presented to council featured two condominium buildings

Conceptual images were presented to council Feb. 12.

containing units with a signicant spatial increase, bringing the average size of a unit from 750 square feet to 2,100 square feet. The rm’s proposal includes 19 units and a total of 44 parking spaces. The new conceptual building height was presented at 45 feet, a 27-foot increase from the current building. The ordinance within West Lake Hills requires that a building of this nature can not exceed 30 feet in height, and Anthony said the client needs to prove a hardship in order to gain approval. She encouraged the developers to reduce the overall height of the building, and Council Member Brian Plunkett agreed, saying it would be

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dicult for council to pass a 45-foot building. However, he noted the con- cept could be attractive to many West Lake Hills residents looking to down- size from their homes. Council took no action on the conceptual plans, and there is no scheduled timeline for the redevelopment project. Space: TBD Timeline: TBD

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Heckler, project adviser Wayne Hussey, lawyer Mark Scott and banker John Miller. Beaty said the operating costs of the new location will reduce signicantly because the nonprot will eventually own the building instead of rent, and the group’s nonprot status means it will not have to pay property taxes. She added Embree Construction and its subcontractors are working seven days a week to forge ahead with building the shop. Landscaping and completion of the facility’s Celebra- tion Pathway may take a bit longer, she said. Ladies of Charity Lake Travis provides nancial support to the Lake Travis Crisis Ministries, the area’s local food bank and crisis center. The thrift shop is moving from its location at 1508 S. RM 620, Ste. 105, in Lakeway.

Ladies of Charity Lake Travis held its groundbreaking event Nov. 14 at the site of its new thrift shop location at 440 Medical Parkway, Lakeway, and representatives for the project said it is anticipated to be ready for dedication this May and opening for business in June as long as weather permits. Embree Construction is helping with the building of the new location within the medical district in Lakeway o RM 620 and has taken on the endeavor as one of its charity projects. The new building, which at about 12,000 square feet will double in size from its current location, was originally expected to be complete by May. Sandy Beaty, Ladies of Charity Lake Travis representa- tive, said the project was also made possible by several other people, including Realtor Greg Ganske, architect Dave

Space: 12,000 square feet Timeline: June completion

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