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The state has identied $1.4BILLION of planned improvements to

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portions of I-35E through Lewisville to begin over the next decade. The improvements entail widening the freeway and reconstructing multiple interchanges and frontage roads.

The construction projects planned for I35E through Lewisville are intended to lessen congestion and increase safety. (Anna Herod/Community Impact Newspaper)

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city will pay to transport the house to a city-owned lot, where it will be preserved. “The house is a piece of history of this region,” Tate said. “The property [the house] sits on was traditionally considered part of Grapevine until it was annexed in 1987. So the house has CONTINUED ON 14

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A historic farmhouse will be relo- cated from southern Flower Mound to Grapevine by the end of March tomake way for Lakeside Village, a planned $1 billion mixed-use development. The two-story house, built in 1905, currently overlooks Grapevine Lake. Grapevine Mayor Bill Tate said his

This historic farmhouse will be transported to and preserved in Grapevine by the end of March. (Anna Herod/Community Impact Newspaper)

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PUBLISHERS AND FOUNDERS John and Jennifer Garrett PUBLISHERDFWMETRO Christal Howard GENERAL MANAGER Brian Pardue, bpardue@communityimpact.com EDITORIAL EXECUTIVE EDITOR Joe Lanane MANAGING EDITOR Valerie Wigglesworth EDITOR Anna Herod COPY CHIEF Andy Comer COPY EDITORS Ben Dickerson, Kasey Salisbury ADVERTISING SALES DIRECTOR Tess Coverman ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Jason Lindsay DESIGN CREATIVE DIRECTOR Derek Sullivan ART PRODUCTIONMANAGER Aubrey Galloway ASSOCIATE ART PRODUCTIONMANAGER Breanna Flores GRAPHIC DESIGNER Chase Autin STAFF DESIGNERS Chelsea Peters, Anya Gallant BUSINESS GROUP PUBLISHER Traci Rodriguez CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Claire Love ABOUT US John and Jennifer Garrett began Community Impact Newspaper in 2005 in Pugerville, Texas. The company’s mission is to build communities of informed citizens and thriving businesses through the collaboration of a passionate team. CONTACT US

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FROMBRIAN: Our inaugural issue in November 2017 covered the completion of the I-35E corridor through Lewisville. The next few years will see several projects begin as the state works to improve the eciency in order to handle the growing need. So get ready for phase 2, which is outlined on page 16. Brian Pardue, GENERALMANAGER

Local events and things to do TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES 9 Morriss Road improvements CITY& COUNTY 10 Commissioners oppose concrete crusher

FROMANNA: The Texas Department of Transportation has nalized its Unied Transportation Program, which outlines all of the agency's major projects slated to begin in the next 10 years. There are multiple multimillion-dollar projects planned for major roadways throughout Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village. Read our story on Page 16 to learn what construction you can expect to see in the coming years. Anna Herod, EDITOR

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7 151 Coee is set to open this spring at 724 W. Main St., Lewisville. The coee shop chain rst opened in 2017 and has two locations, one in Flower Mound and the other in North Richland Hills. According to its website, 151 Coee is set to open several more new locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area this year. 682-325-2124. www.151coee.com 8 AquaKids Swim School is set to open a new location in Castle Hills in July. The swim school, which will be located at 1620 FM 544, Lewisville, will host birthday parties and open swims. It will also oer swimming lessons for groups and individuals. 972-843-9095. www.aquakids.com RELOCATIONS 9 Thrift City , located at 1565 W. Main St., Ste. 100, Lewisville, is set to relocate by the end of February to 1165 S. Stemmons Freeway, Lewisville. In December, the store announced it would close. However, now, it will remain open

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NOWOPEN 1 Chipotle Mexican Grill opened its second Flower Mound location Dec. 19 at 1900 Long Prairie Road, Ste. 108. The restaurant serves a variety of Mexican food dishes, including burritos, burrito bowls, salads and more. 214-285-3424. www.chipotle.com 2 A new event space called The Mill Street House opened in October at 322 N. Mill St., Lewisville. It oers both indoor and outdoor event space in Old Town Lewisville. The Mill Street House accommodates birthday parties, wedding showers, baby showers, small weddings, workshops and more. 972-966-6455. www.themillsthouse.com

3 La Quinta by Wyndham , located at 1657 S. Stemmons Freeway, Lewisville, opened Dec. 31. The contemporary-style hotel oers various suites, Wi-Fi, a pool, an indoor gym and more. 469-240-9051. www.wyndhamhotels.com/laquinta/ lewisville-texas/la-quinta-dallas- lewisville/overview 4 Eggspress Cafe opened Jan. 7 at 1800 Justin Road, Ste. 1844, Highland Village. The cafe serves breakfast and lunch items, such as pancakes, waes, crepes, hamburgers, chicken, steak, energy bowls and more. Visitors can also order handcrafted coee and espresso drinks. 469-451-5187. www.facebook. com/texaseggspresscafe/ 5 Sullivan’s Texas BBQ , located at 301 Mill St., Lewisville, opened Jan. 22. The

food truck serves Texas-style barbecue. It also oers catering. 972-955-7976. www.sullivantexasbbq.com COMING SOON 6 1845 Taste Texas will open in April at 2401 Lakeside Parkway, Flower Mound, at The Shops at Lakeside, according to Realty Capital Management. This new dining concept will oer various steaks, seafood, sandwiches, smoked meats and salads. The restaurant’s name alludes to the year that the Republic of Texas was annexed as the 28th state to the Union, said Marty Bryan, one of the owners of 1845 Taste Texas, said in a news release. A phone number and website are not yet available.

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in a new location. Thrift City repre- sentatives said the store is relocating because Lewisville ISD purchased the property several years before and is about to begin redevelopment of the property. The store sells secondhand apparel and home items. 972-221-2400. www.thriftcityllc.com 10 Main Street Cafe relocated Jan. 9 to 208 E. Main St., Lewisville. The restaurant, previously located across the street at 231 E. Main St., Lewisville, oers casual, homestyle cooking. Tierney’s Cafe & Tavern was formerly housed in this location before it closed in November. 972-436-6850. www.mainstcafelewisville.com CLOSINGS 11 Carvao Prime Brazilian Steakhouse , located at 2401 Lakeside Parkway, Flower Mound, closed Jan. 2. Carvao opened the location in 2015, according to its website. The Brazilian steakhouse NOWOPEN Williams Entertainment Group opened Labyrinth Reality Games —an immersive reality realm, featuring art installations, escape rooms and interactive experienc- es—on Jan. 18 at 1087 W. Main St., Ste. 102, Lewisville. “With games from ninja training to sneaking through an enemy mineeld, players face a set of multidimensional challenges within the mystifying corners of Labyrinth,” a news release stated. “Equal parts art installation, escape room, and interactive experience, Labyrinth is a massive, engaging venue lled with 42 diverse minigames created to test your mind, body, and teamwork.” Labyrinth Reality Games is just one component of the group’s entertainment complex, which also includes Airborne Trampoline Park and Golden Axe Throwing. 214-222-0022 https://lewisvillefun.com

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oered various cuts of meat served tableside to customers while providing a spread of side dishes at its gourmet salad bar. No phone number is available. http://carvaosteakhouse.com/ 12 Smash Burger , located at 3651 Justin Road, Flower Mound, closed at the end of December. The restaurant served ham- burgers, sides and shakes. No phone num- ber is available. www.smashburger.com

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The Flower Mound Farmers Market features a wide range of vendors who sell fresh produce, meat, eggs, honey, bread, jam and more. Attendees can sample products like pastries, pies, cookies and candies. The event is run every month by Four Seasons Markets. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Free. Parker Square, 1500 Cross Timbers Road, Flower Mound. 972-884-0680. www.fourseasonsmarkets.com/?sct=locations (Courtesy Four Seasons Markets)

Flower Mound Public Library will host a gardening session about the possibilities of hardscaping—the incorporation of manmade features in landscape architecture. Denton County Master Gardeners will serve as the educators at the session. 7 p.m. Free. Flower Mound Town Library, 3030 Broadmoor Lane, Flower Mound. 972-874-6165. www.ower-mound.com/calendar (Courtesy Denton County Master Gardeners Association)

The Brass Tap will host an action-packed evening lled with music and more. The event will include a game of Music Bingo, which will combine tunes from various decades with the classic game. Winners of Music Bingo will receive prizes. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Free. The Brass Tap, 4151 Waller Creek, Ste. 130, Highland Village. 972-317-3227. www.brasstapbeerbar.com (Courtesy The Brass Tap)

28 ACOUSTIC JAM SESSION The Visual Art League of Lewisville hosts a weekly acoustic jam and song circle at Medical Center of Lewisville Grand Theater Center for the Creative Arts. The session oers attendees a space to enjoy or play songs and acoustic music of any genre on a variety of instruments. Musicians, artists and listeners are welcome. 7-10 p.m. Free. 100 N. Charles St., Lewisville. http://visualartleague.org MARCH 01 CONTAINER GARDENING Those who do not have a yard but are interested in planting a garden can attend an event hosted by the Denton County Master Gardeners to learn more about container gardening. No registration is required, but space will be available on a rst-come, rst-served basis. 2-3 p.m. Free. Lewisville Public Library, 1197 W. Main St., Lewisville. 972-219-3570. https://library.cityoewisville. com/Home/Components/Calendar/

FEBRUARY 05 THROUGH 22 ONE HUMAN FAMILY: A BETTER VISION FOR 2020 AND BEYOND EXHIBIT People can visit the One Human Family: A Better Vision for 2020 and Beyond Exhibit, where artwork and photography from fourth- through 12th-grade students will be displayed. The exhibit will be hosted by the Committee to Commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which awarded the three winning students more than $5,000 in total. The gallery is open to the public each week from Tuesday through Saturday. 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Free. Medical City of Lewisville Grand North Corridor Gallery, 100 N. Charles St., Lewisville. 972-219-8446. www.mclgrand.com/the-arts/mcl- grand-art-gallery 07 DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE RockPointe Church of Flower Mound will host its annual Daddy Daughter Dance. Fathers, grandfathers, uncles and father gures are welcome

Room in the Lewisville Public Library for a monthly game day. Attendees will spend the afternoon playing games, such as Splendor, Pandemic, Telestrations, Forbidden Island and more. The event is for adults age 18 and up. 1:30-4:30 p.m. Free. Lewisville Public Library, 1197 W. Main St., Lewisville. 972-219-3570. https://library. cityoewisville.com/Home/Components/ Calendar/ 23 SILVER HEARTS GALA Meals on Wheels of Denton County will host its rst Silver Hearts Gala, where guests can enjoy dinner, drinks and win auction and rae prizes for a cause. There will be more than 150 prize baskets. All of the money raised at the gala will benet seniors, veterans and people with disabilities in Denton County. 4-8 p.m. $50 (general admission); $400 (table for 10). Courtyard by Marriott Dallas Flower Mound, 4330 Courtyard Way, Flower Mound. 940-382-2224. www.eventbrite.com/e/silver-hearts- gala-tickets-85827296755

to attend with their daughters to enjoy a night of dinner, dancing, crafts, games and a photo booth. Those interested in attending should register online. 6-9 p.m. $55 (dad and daughter; extra $10 for each additional daughter). Circle R Ranch, 5901 Cross Timbers Road, Flower Mound. 469-322-0313. www.rpc.fm/daddydaughter 15 WEATHER MERIT BADGE WORKSHOP Anyone with an interest in the weather can attend a weather merit badge workshop taught by professionals as part of the Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area’s outdoor enrichment class series. Attendees must be between ages 10-17 to participate. Preregistration is required and can be done online or by phone. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Free with entry ($5 per car). Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area, 201 E. Jones St., Lewisville. 972-219-3550. www.llela. org/Home/Components/Calendar/ Event/33452/1507?curm=2&cury=2020 16 GAME DAY AT THE LIBRARY Swing by the Crawford Meeting

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Main & MIll Corridor project Paving work on Main Street has been substantially completed with the construction of travel lanes, a 5-foot- wide bike lane and on-street public parking, according to Lewisville offi- cials. Sidewalks and pedestrian street lighting have been installed on Main Street. While paving is still underway on Mill Street, the section of the road between Church Street and College Street is complete. Sidewalk work on Mill Street is still underway. Timeline: October 2019-August 2020 Cost: $8.53 million Funding source: city of Lewisville

FM 1171 at River Walk Drive intersection improvements This project includes the implemen- tation of a westbound right-turn lane, a northbound left-turn lane and a southbound left-turn lane at FM 1171 and River Walk Drive. For the project, crews will also build about 400 feet of new sidewalk along the westbound right-turn lane and will make traffic signal improvements at the intersection. The first phase of paving is complete, and installation of traffic signals is underway. Timeline: October 2019-March 2020 Cost: $950,000 Funding source: town of Flower Mound

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Forest Vista Drive reconstruction Flower Mound Town Council is ex- pected to vote sometime in March to award a construction contract for this project, which consists of the recon- struction of Forest Vista Drive from Morriss Road to Chancellor Drive. De- sign for the project is still underway. The town awarded a $160,487 profes- sional services agreement for design services to Pacheco Koch Consulting Engineers Inc. in January 2019. Timeline: TBD Cost: $2.73 million Funding source: town of Flower Mound

The Morriss Road project includes concrete panel replacements from FM 3040 to Firewheel Drive, Amer- icans with Disabilities Act improve- ments from FM 3040 to Firewheel Drive and 20-inch and 24-inch water line replacements from Forest Vista Drive to Garden Road. Construction crews have completed all paving from FM 3040 to Forest Vista Drive. Sidewalk construction is underway in the area now and is expected to continue through February. Paving will begin again in mid-February at Forest Vista Drive. Timeline: May 2019-May 2020 Cost: $5.45 million Funding source: town of Flower Mound

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HIGHLIGHT Filing began Jan. 15 for candidates interested in running for election for various seats on Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village city councils as well as the Lewisville ISD board of trustees. The ling deadline for candidates to apply for a place on the ballot is Feb. 14 . Go to communityimpact.com Lewisville City Council - Meets at 7 p.m. the rst and third Monday of each month. www.cityoewisville.com Lewisville ISD board of trustees - Meets at 7 p.m. on the second Monday of each month. www.lisd.net Flower Mound Town Council - Meets at 6 p.m. the rst and third Monday of each month. www.ower-mound.com Highland Village City Council - Meets at 7:30 p.m. the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. www.highlandvillage.org MEETINGSWE COVER and search "primary voter guide" to learn more about the upcoming election.

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DENTON COUNTY Commissioners passed a resolution Jan. 7 to formally request that the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality deny an air quality standard permit requested by Mutual First LLC. If approved by TCEQ, the permit would authorize the construction of a permanent concrete crusher at 5120 E. University Drive, Denton. Commissioners unanimously voted to oppose the permit, citing concern that the proposed facility would be too close to Lewisville Lake, a source of drinking water for multiple area cities, including Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village. The resolution states that concrete crushing is known to produce silica dust and particulate matter that can cause serious health problems for people exposed for extended periods of time. “This location is not a suitable site

because of its proximity to drinking water sources,” the resolution stated. “Specically, the proposed site of the facility is on the banks of Lewisville Lake, the drinking water supply for millions of North Texans.” Commissioner Hugh Coleman said he believes that Mutual First LLC chose an inappropriate location for the facility. Denton County Judge Andy Eads said the court opposed the permit application out of concern for the health of county residents.

Timothy Tittle died early in the morning of Jan. 20 after years of battling cancer, according to ocials. Tittle worked for the Lewis- ville Fire Department for more than 40 years. “Chief Tittle was a ghter,” the Lewisville Fire Fighters Association said in a statement on Facebook. “He aggressively battled cancer and beat it back into remission multiple times. Even during the toughest times, his loyalty and dedication to the department and the city of Lewisville never wavered. He loved being our Fire Chief.” Tittle's funeral service was held Jan. 24.

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BUSINESS FEATURE Bridal Boutique Old Town shop attracts brides from all over nation S ince 1990, thousands of soon- to-be brides have traveled from both near and far to nd their wedding dresses at Bridal Boutique in Old Town Lewisville. BY ANNA HEROD

Thirty years ago, Caroline Berend (front) opened Bridal Boutique, which is nowmanaged by her daughters, Amy Hidalgo (middle) and Carrie Berend Magliaro (back).

A love for weddings inspired Caroline Berend to open the boutique 30 years ago. Today, her daughters, Amy Hidalgo and Carrie Berend Magliaro, are continuing their mother’s legacy by ensuring each customer nds the perfect dress from among more than 1,000 hand-selected gowns. Berend Magliaro said many custom- ers are attracted to Bridal Boutique because it has a sta of experts with decades of experience. “Our selection is bigger than any other store in Texas,” Berend Magliaro said. Hidalgo said she goes to the market with her sister to pick out dresses for the boutique. “We do it very carefully,” Hidalgo said. “We do a really good job about looking at price points and making sure we have a huge variety because not everyone’s gonna wear the same thing. We get brides that come in from all over, so we make sure that we can cater to all the brides.” The front room of the store has walls lined with postcards from brides from all over the nation with messages of gratitude to the sta for helping them nd their dream dresses.

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Hundreds of brides come to Old Town Lewisville each year to visit Bridal Boutique.

“It’s rewarding because it’s the most important dress you’re going to wear—ever,” Hidalgo said. “Our sta here aren’t just trying to make a sale. They really are trying to help someone nd the perfect dress that they feel beautiful in. And it’s easier for us to do

that because we have such a big selection. I think that’s what sets us apart.” Berend said

“OUR SELECTION IS BIGGER THANANYOTHER STORE IN TEXAS.”

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The boutique has a selection of more than 1,000 wedding gowns.

Bridal stylists at the store help soon-to- be brides nd their ideal dresses.

that back in 1990, she never thought that her business would achieve the amount of success it has. “I thought it was gonna be kind of like a hobby,” Berend said. “But my girls grew up in this. They’ve known this business forever, like the back of their hand. It’s just—it’s very rewarding to pass this on, to support our sta and their families and to help our brides.”

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DINING FEATURE

BY ANNA HEROD

The TavernWings ($10) have bualo, garlic parmesan and ryemaple bacon avors.

The crispy Brussels sprouts ($11) are a staple of the menu.

The Tavern Cheeseburger ($11) is made with fresh ground sirloin, avocado spread, lettuce, tomato, red onion and cheddar cheese. (Photos by Anna Herod/Community Impact Newspaper) The Tavern at Lakeside Neighborhood bar aims to build community in Flower Mound D ave Coussirat opened The neighborhood, a very communi- ty-based place.”

Dave Coussirat opened The Tavern at Lakeside in 2019.

“People love watching sports here and the ‘80s and ‘90s rock music videos we play on the screens,” he said. “On any given evening, you’ll also see people having a drink on our patio around our replaces. We’ve done putt-putt tournaments; we have pet adoption events outside. And you never know when a cornhole tournament will break out outside.” In the year since it opened, The Tavern at Lakeside has cultivated a base of regular customers, most of whom live less than a mile away from the bar, he said. “And then, on the weekends, we start seeing people that are coming from Southlake and Coppell just because the atmosphere is very cozy here—it’s small; it’s quaint.”

Tavern at Lakeside in 2019 with the goal of creating a neighborhood bar in Flower Mound "where everybody knows your name." Coussirat said he chose to open the bar in Lakeside DFW because aside from it being close to his own home, he thought that there was a lack of options in the southern part of town. The tavern is heavily inspired by the bar from the popular sitcom “Cheers,” which aired on NBC from 1982-1993, he said. “We wanted to create that same community place with the bar right there in the middle and people talking,” Coussirat said. "We wanted something that was in the

Coussirat said he places a priority on being responsive to customers. This means that while local favor- ites, like the Brussels sprouts or the steak ‘n mash plate, stay on the menu year-round, other items rotate seasonally. “If you only reprinted your menu once or twice a year, people would get bored of it,” he said. “What we’ve seen is people who haven’t been here in three weeks come in, and they’re excited to see what’s new on the menu.” Coussirat said the tavern is not only a place where people can enjoy a handcrafted cocktail and quality food, but it is also a place where locals come to hang out.

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HOUSE? Here is a general overview of how structures are often transported.

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GRAPEVINE LAKE HISTORY

The house is measured to

If the house is determined to be too big for the roadways along the transportation route, a crew uses a special saw to cut o a portion of the house. STEP FIVE The house is transported to its new location, where crews attach it to a new foundation and reattach any detached portions of the house using bolts.

determine if it needs to be cut into pieces to be transported.

The house is detached from its foundation by unsecuring bolts or by cutting it away.

The home sits on the banks of Grapevine Lake but will soon be transported to Grapevine and preserved to make way for the planned Lakeside Village development.

E. COLLEGE ST.

E. HUDGINS ST.

STEP FOUR

A crew slides pieces of plastic and bars of ivory soap under the house. The house is then slid onto steel beams.

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Public amenities, including parks, an amphitheater, lakeside trails and more, will be installed just feet from where the house currently stands. Developers said it will take several years for the project to reach full build- out, but construction of the public amenities is slated to begin by April. Tate also has personal ties to the house. As a teenager, Tate spent a lot of time there visiting his friend Scott

area,” Tarwater said. Tarwater said Peter P. Stewart was a family friend before he bought the property. Peter spent many afternoons talking about his vision for what the property could be while sitting on the front porch of the home along with Tarwater; his mother, Lura Lee Tarwa- ter; and the family’s pet parrot, Ollie. “The most important thing to my mother at the time was that if that

Tarwater, who grew up in the home. “It was an absolutely idyllic child- hood, being raised there,” Tarwatersaid. Tarwater said he and Tate spent many a summer day shing, quail hunting and enjoying the sunset from the back porch. “Not only is Bill Tate a very dear friend, but he is the consummate his- torian and visionary for the preserva- tion of historic things relating to the

strong historical ties with Grapevine.” David Stewart, a developer of Lake- side Village, said Tate’s willingness to bring the house to Grapevine allows history to be preserved while also making way for a new development that will allow the public to enjoy the lakeside property. David’s father, Peter P. Stewart, bought the house and the 14-acre property it sits on in 1985. CONTINUED FROM 1

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" I T WAS AN ABSOLUTELY IDYLL I C CHI LDHOOD, BE ING RAI SED THERE ."

Construction on the public amenities of Lakeside Village is expected to begin in March or April, according to developers. RENDERING COURTESY REALTY CAPITAL

The historic farmhouse was built in 1905. (Anna Herod/ Community Impact Newspaper)

SCOTT TARWATER, FORMER RESIDENT

PHOTO COURTESY SCOTT TARWATER

incredible family heirloom property was going to be placed in someone’s hands—that it would be placed in [the hands of] someone who would cherish it and keep it close to their heart and develop in a proper manner that would make our relatives very proud of it,” Tarwater said. “And now that it will be preserved, that is coming to fruition.” Grapevine’s Historic Preservation Ocer David Klempin said the city has been accepting bids from structural transportation companies to move the home. Grapevine City Council will likely vote to award a contract to one of those transportation companies at

said. When a house gets to its nal location, the crew attaches the pieces back together using bolts, he said. David Stewart said he expects the farmhouse will likely need to be moved in two pieces. “That will be quite something— to see the house driving over the dam,” he said. “We’re just thankful that everything came together and worked out so that we could preserve this farmhouse that has so much meaning locally.”

its March 3 meeting. H.D. Snow, who has owned H.D. Snow and Son House Moving for more than 65 years, specializes in moving homes of an array of sizes, shapes and weights in Texas. Snow said he typically tries to move homes in one piece when possible, but sometimes, when homes are not com- patible with the size of local roadways, he has to move them in pieces. Before he moves a house, Snow said he does detailed measurements of the structure itself and then maps out the route he will take to move it. If he determines that a house needs to be

moved in pieces, Snow and his team will use a special saw and cut through part of the house. “The best way to do it is just like cutting a piece of cake,” Snow said. “Sometimes there’s obstacles because you don’t want to cut through a piece of cabinetry or something like that, so that also dictates where we do the cut- ting,” Snow said. His crew will then detach the house from its foundation and slide pieces of plastic under the house with bars of ivory soap, which helps the house to easily slide up onto the steel beams it will sit on during transportation, he

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IMPROVING

$1.4 billion of improvements coming in I35E’s 10-year plan

The Texas Department of Transportation is slated to begin either the construction or development of ve dierent projects intended to improve I-35E through Lewisville over the next decade.

of the interchanges and existing frontage roads at Corporate Drive, Business 121 and the intersection of FM 1171 and Main Street. Construction is set to begin on these projects before 2023. Lewisville Mayor Rudy Durham, who sits on the Regional Transportation Council as well as the Dallas Regional Mobility Coalition, said he works to serve as an advocate not only for Lewis- ville’s transportation needs but also for those of the entire region. “I-35E aects a whole lot of people—all of the cities involved from the border of Mexico all the way to the border of Canada,” Durham said. “We have just one part of that, but if our part breaks down, then it doesn’t work north of us, and it didn’t work south. So we have to make sure that our part is being maintained as time goes on.” Dallas-Fort Worth is the fastest-growing metropolitan area in the nation, according to the latest information from the U.S. Census Bureau. Durham said there is no doubt that congestion on the highway worsens as the population grows. But that is not the only factor contributing to congestion and wear-and-tear along I-35E, he said. “Just go out on I-35, and just watch the trucks,” Durham said. “They’re hauling inventory and supplies for all kinds of places from Mexico to Canada and back again. They’re going everywhere.” Durham said congestion from large trucks passing through the area will always be a factor for trans- portation in Lewisville. “We’re one of the major access points in the area,” Durham said. Denton County Judge Andy Eads, who is the chairman of the Regional Transportation Council and has been a member of the council for more than a decade, said the improve- ments planned for I-35E will benet the region. “These roadway expansions will make the highway safer and the

BY ANNA HEROD

The Texas Department of Trans- portation plans to invest $1.4 billion in improvements to several portions of I-35E through Lewisville over the next decade, according to the agency. These plans are detailed in TxDOT’s 2020 Unied Transporta- tion Program, the agency’s 10-year plan, which helps to guide the state department. Overall, the document identies $77 billion of state infrastructure improvement projects slated to enter either the development or construction phase over the next decade. “The Texas Transportation Commission takes into account population growth, among many factors, when authorizing projects [to be in the Unied Transportation Program],” TxDOT public informa- tion ocer Emily McCann said. McCann said a project is added to the Unied Transportation Program if it is selected by TxDOT, the Texas Transportation Commission or a met- ropolitan planning organization, such as the North Central Texas Council of Governments. Proposed revisions are drafted every February, and an updated version of the document must be approved by the Texas Trans- portation Commission by Aug. 31. “The TxDOT Dallas District con- siders the transportation needs of the traveling public both locally and regionwide, with safety being the priority,” McCann said. “In addition to larger projects, such as I-35E through Lewisville, rural safety is also taken into account. The district regularly awards contracts to add shoulders and safety upgrades to farm-to-market roads.” The 2020 Unied Transportation Program includes ve projects planned for I-35E through Lewis- ville. Two of these projects, which entail widening the freeway from the Dallas County line to FM 407 and from FM 407 to Turbeville Road, were included in past versions of the document. The development phase for these projects is expected to run from 2024-29. The other three projects, however, are new additions to the program. They call for the reconstruction

121 Widen I35E through Lewisville Project site: Limits from FM 407 to Turbeville Road Timeline: 202429 (development) Cost: $620.2 million Reconstruct interchange and existing frontage roads Project site: I35E at FM 1171 and Main Street Timeline: 202023 (construction) Cost: $41.4million Reconstruct interchange and existing frontage roads Project site: I35E at Business 121 Timeline: 202023 (construction) Cost: $65million

407

35E

1171

MAIN ST.

CORPORATE DR.

Reconstruct interchange and existing frontage roads

121 TOLL

Project site: I35E at Corporate Drive Timeline: 202023 (construction) Cost: $59.1 million

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Widen I35E through Lewisville Project site: Limits fromDallas County line to FM 407 Timeline: 202429 (development) Cost: $657.2 million

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improved mobility,” Eads said. “And so people will be able to have con- gestion relief, which really does help businesses to relocate to the area.”

service roads safer,” Eads said. “We’re making a continuous safety eort by providing additional capacity.” Safety is not the only benet that improvements to the highway will provide, he said. “It will always help economic development eorts when you have

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REAL ESTATE

Snapshot of the market

MARKET DATA FOR DECEMBER

MEDIAN PRICE OF HOMES SOLD WITHYEAROVERYEARPERCENTAGE CHANGE

2018 2019

75022

75028 75056 75057

75067

75077

$700,000 $650,000 $600,000 $550,000 $500,000 $450,000 $400,000 $350,000 $300,000 $250,000 $200,000

HIGHLAND VILLAGE

75056

75077

121 TOLL

35E

0.46%

LEWISVILLE

75057

11.22%

75022

121

FLOWER MOUND

+9.29%

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75067

+6.57%

+3.92%

75028

+3.77%

AVERAGE DAYS ON THEMARKET 2018 2019

NUMBER OF HOMES ON THEMARKET 2018 2019

HOMES SOLDAVERAGE DAYS ON THEMARKET

75022 75028 75056 75057 75067 75077

32 37

210 117

Lewisville

Lewisville

$900,000+

3/113

1/65

-

-

-

1/33

$800,000-$899,999

2/127

2/217

-

-

-

-

$700,000-$799,999

-

1/22

1/16

-

-

-

52 58

290 218

Flower Mound

Flower Mound

$600,000-$699,999

-

2/66

-

-

-

1/162

$500,000-$599,999

8/103

3/53

4/45

-

-

2/32

$400,000-$499,999

7/14

12/72

7/81

1/19

1/165

6/65

26 47

41 29

Highland Village

Highland Village

$300,000-$399,999

7/56

28/60

6/48

1/526

13/53

13/47

$200,000-$299,999

1/85

9/35

10/17

5/49

26/25

18/21

$199,999 or less

-

-

-

4/30

4/25

1/4

NUMBER OF HOMES UNDER CONTRACT

NUMBER OF NEWLISTINGS 2018

PERCENT OF ORIGINAL PRICE RECEIVED

2018 2019

WITHYEAROVERYEARPERCENTAGE CHANGE

2019

2018

2019

LEWISVILLE

FLOWERMOUND HIGHLANDVILLAGE

59 82

64 77

99% 98% 97% 96% 95% 94% 93%

Lewisville

Lewisville

0.9%

0.7%

0.2%

73 66

64 60

Flower Mound

Flower Mound

17 9

15 13

Highland Village

Highland Village

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