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SCHOOL YEAR STATS In the 2021-22 school year, Frisco ISD expects to have the following number of students in its health care career and technical education program:

140 certi ! ed nursing assistants

36 patient care technicians 15 pharmacy techs 45 medical scribes

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Frisco ISD senior Isabella Scuilla (left) practices her health care skills on fellow student Madelaine Ross. (Courtesy Frisco ISD)

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Frisco ISD to expand student learning in health care ! elds Isabella Scuilla graduated this spring from Reedy High School with two cer- ti ! cations in health care. The COVID-19 pandemic helped open her eyes to the needs in the ! eld, she said, and she plans to go tomedical school after grad- uating from college. “They need people more than ever to help and be involved,” Scuilla said. The Frisco ISD Career and Tech- nical Education Center will increase opportunities for high school students looking to gain experience in health care. This fall the center will add the following certi ! cations for students: patient care technician, physical CONTINUED ON 26 BY MIRANDA JAIMES &WILLIAM C. WADSACK

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NOVEMBER ANOMALY Here is what voter turnout for the ! ve most recent local elections in Frisco looked like. Participation skyrocketed when local elections were combined with the November general election in 2020. Registered voters Voter turnout

Voter turnout in Frisco plunges from November toMay

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COVID-19 pushed May elections into November, with the presidential race in 2020.

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More than 78% of Frisco’s registered voters cast ballots in the November general election, which combined state and national races with city council and school board seats, resulting in the high- est participation numbers the city had seen in recent local elections. Justmonths later with only local races on the ballot in May, Frisco’s turnout reached only 8.9%. CONTINUED ON 32

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Skate Fun Fri. June 25, 7:30–9:30 p.m. Frisco Commons, 8000 McKinney Rd. Outdoor roller-skating featuring games and a DJ. Bring your own skates (roller or in-line) or rent in advance at PlayFrisco.org/roller- skate. Skate rental will not be available event day.

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NOWOPEN 1 Haidilao Hot Pot opened April 18 at 9244 Prestmont Place, Ste. 200, in east Frisco. The restaurant serves Chinese hot pot, which is a style of cooking food in a pot of boiling broth at the table. 469-598-7988. www.haidilao.com 2 K27 Performance had its grand opening May 15 at 7511 Main St., Ste. 170, Frisco, in the city’s Rail District. The ! t- ness center o " ers general ! tness classes during the morning, and in the after- noons and evenings K27 provides middle school and high school athlete develop- ment programs, which o " er classes for student-athletes. 972-805-5895. www.k27performance.com 3 PediaPlex opened March 15 at 4855 Ohio Drive, Frisco. The therapeutic clinic o " ers comprehensive services to chil- dren with a variety of disorders ranging from autism, ADHD, and sensory-motor problems to learning disabilities and developmental delays. Services include occupational therapy; speech therapy; feeding therapy; and applied behavior analysis, or ABA, therapy in one location. The business has two other locations in Southlake and Fort Worth. 817-442-0222. www.pediaplex.net 4 A new family-owned restaurant spe- cializing in West African cuisine is set to host its grand opening May 30. Calabar Pot & Bar has leased space at 5995 Pres- ton Road, Ste. 102, just south of Wade Boulevard in Frisco. The restaurant spe- cializes in seafood, meat and vegetables. 972-750-9326. www.calabarpot.com 5 New York Pizza & Pints had a soft opening May 26 at 8049 Preston Road, Ste. 300, Frisco, said owner Adrian “Che- fy” Creasey. New York-style pizza, famous

for its large size, is served alongside sev- eral on-tap beers. New York Pizza & Pints also serves wings, sliders, salads and more. The restaurant also has locations in Addison, Allen, Carrollton and McKinney. 972-294-5548. www.nypizzaandpints.com COMING SOON 6 Sweetwaters Co ! ee & Tea is looking to open in late summer at 13030 Preston Road, Ste. 100, Frisco, in the new Shops at Creekside. The cafe will feature a drive-thru; indoor and outdoor seat- ing; and a globally inspired menu with premium co " ees, teas, pastries, sand- wiches, salads and more. The franchise will be owned by Debra Mitchell and Steven ‘Opie’ Flax. “We are really excited about bringing Sweetwaters to our local community,” Mitchell said in a statement. “We believe in Sweetwaters’ real ingre- dient focus and dedication to its guests, and we look forward to people stopping by and getting to know us more.” The ca- fe’s grand opening will include weeklong promotions announced on the Sweetwa- ters website and Facebook page. 7 Dove Creek , an upcoming housing development, is coming soon at the southwest corner of US 380 and Coit Road in Frisco. A news release from Centurion American Development Group says the “master-planned” community will encompass 128 acres and house 230 single-family homes. Dove Creek falls within Prosper ISD. 469-892-7200. www.dovecreekfrisco.com NEWOWNERSHIP 8 Local franchise Jakes Burgers and www.sweetwaterscafe.com /tx-frisco-shops-at-creekside

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VanTrust Real Estate and is part of the Frisco Station development that includes o # ces, 633 units of multifamily housing, 450 hotel rooms, and a dining, retail and entertainment district. The O # ces Three at Frisco Station is located in the northwest quadrant of the Dallas North Tollway and Warren Parkway, features 210,000 square feet of o # ce space and is the third of " ve planned buildings for the o # ce district. Amenities of the o # ce tower include structured parking, a " tness center, a conference center, an upgraded tenant lounge, access to parks and trails, and 5G services. Frisco Station is planning for 5 million square feet of ad- ditional o # ce space, which will eventual- ly employ 15,000 business professionals, per the release. 817-224-6000. www.friscostation.com/o # ce/ the-o # ces-at-frisco-station 5 Language Lab Academy opened May 31 at 9560 Legacy Drive, Ste. 270, Frisco. The academy o ! ers after-school and prekindergarten language acquisition classes in Spanish, French, American Sign Language and more. Additionally, private cognitive abilities tests, foreign languag- es, and English as a second language classes are also available to interested students of all age groups. Transpor- tation is o ! ered to Frisco ISD students. 469-605-5264. www.languagelab.world 6 Mughlai Express opened in April at 5355 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 600, Frisco. The owner said this restaurant will be smaller than the Dallas location but will feature some of the same bestsell- ing items. The Dallas location’s menu includes murgh tikka masala, kebabs, paneer and seafood dishes, among other

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items. The restaurant is open for dine-in and carryout services. The restaurant also has another location in Southlake. 214-407-8211. www.mughlaidfw.com 7 CoolHeads Salon for Men opened in March at 6801 Warren Parkway, Ste. 123. The salon o ! ers comfortable barber chairs and hires skilled barbers and stylists while keeping prices a ! ordable. The business also o ! ers a membership program that allows members to save on their regular haircuts and trims. 469-888-4057. www.coolheadsmen.com 8 SoulTopia Holistic Boutique opened May 18 at 7004 Lebanon Road, Ste. 106, Frisco. The retail front o ! ers “soul-driv- en, energy-infused” jewelry alongside alternative energy healing sessions. Soul- Topia also has locations in Carrollton and Dallas. 972-292-9506. www.facebook. com/soultopiaholisticboutique COMING SOON 9 Goldie & Co. plans to open this summer at 6959 Lebanon Road, Ste. 101, Frisco. The luxury hair-coloring and extension salon will o ! er the Natural Beaded Rows style, which promises no hair damage, unlike traditional methods. The salon is still working on moving into the new location. 214-733-3485. www.goldieandco.com ANNIVERSARIES 10 Starwood Schools in Frisco this school year is celebrating 20 years in service. The milestone celebrates when Starwood Montessori School at 6600 Lebanon Road o # cially opened in 2000,

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NOWOPEN 1 Dunkin’ opened in May at 3555 Lega- cy Drive, Frisco, in the former location of the Family Health Market. The nationwide chain is known for its co ! ee and dough- nuts. The business also o ! ers bagels and all-day breakfast sandwiches. The " rst Dunkin’ shop was opened in Quincy, 2 BP Performance opened April 12 at 15222 King Road, Frisco. The business is owned by two National Football League players, manager Kiayla Lucas said. BP Performance o ! ers boot camps, youth programs, professional athlete training, personal training, physical therapy, dry needling, chiropractic services and mas- Massachusetts, in 1950. www.dunkindonuts.com

sage therapy. 469-796-9527. www.bpperformance247.com 3 The new Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant that opened May 12 at 1525 US 380, Ste. 100, is the " rst in Frisco to o ! er a drive-thru pickup lane. The new format allows customers to pick up digital orders without leaving their vehicles. The restau- rant chain o ! ers burritos, burrito bowls, salads and tacos. This is the " fth Chipotle location in Frisco. 972-347-4938. www.chipotle.com 4 The third Class A speculative o # ce building at Frisco Station, a 242-acre mixed-use development, is complete, according to a May 3 news release. The O ! ces Three at Frisco Station is a six-story, mid-rise o # ce tower from

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WORTH THE TRIP COMING SOON Luxury brand Gucci opened a new store April 16 in a building directly across the street from Legacy Food Hall in the Legacy West development at 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano. The development will also add stores for luxury brands Louis Vuitton, Ti ! any & Co., Tory Burch and Chanel Beauty. Those locations are expected to open later this spring, according to a news release from Legacy West. Legacy West’s master developer, Fehmi Karahan, who is president and CEO of The Karahan Companies, said the arrival of these premium brands to the

development is “the culmination of decades of hard work and vision.” At more than 5,200 square feet, the Gucci retail store will be the largest of the planned openings. As a luxury fashion house based in Florence, Italy, Gucci’s product lines include handbags, ready-to-wear clothing, footwear and accessories. 469-476-3700. www.gucci.com

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JUNE 01 THROUGH06, 08 ! 13, 22 ! 27, 29 ! 30 FRISCO ROUGHRIDERS The 2021 Minor League Baseball season continues for the Frisco Roughriders with six-game series against the Armadillo Sod Poodles on June 1-6, the Northwest Arkansas Naturals on June 8-13, the San Antonio Missions on June 22-27, and the Midland RockHounds on June 29-30. The stadium’s capacity is limited to allow for distancing between parties, and face masks are recommended except for when seated and eating or drinking. 7:05 p.m. (June 1-5, 8-12, 22-26, 29-30); 6:05 p.m. (June 6, 13, 27). For ticket information, visit www.milb.com/frisco/tickets. Dr Pepper Ballpark, 7300 Roughriders Trail, Frisco. 05 THROUGH19 FRISCO FIGHTERS FOOTBALL The Frisco Fighters will play their ! rst home game of the 2021 Indoor Football League season June 5 against Albuquerque, New Mexico’s Duke City Gladiators, followed by a game against the Louisville Xtreme on June 19. Frisco Fighters games will operate at 100% capacity, but face masks are recommended when not seated and actively eating or drinking. 7:05 p.m.

Ticket prices vary. Comerica Center, 2601 Ave. of the Stars, Frisco. 469-535-8820. www.frisco ! ghters.com 15 STATE OF THE CITY LUNCHEON Frisco Mayor Je # Cheney; Ron Patterson, the president of the Frisco Economic Development Corp.; and Visit Frisco Executive Director Marla Roe will discuss the current state of and the future vision for Frisco. 11:15 a.m.-1 p.m. $70 (chamber members), $90 (nonmembers), sponsorships available. Omni Frisco Hotel, 11 Cowboys Way, Frisco. 972-335-9522. www.friscochamber.com/state-of-the-city 18 MUSIC IN THE CHAMBER The city of Frisco presents an intimate concert series in its City Council chambers. The featured band for the June event is Lumedia Musicworks, a group that will play music written prior to 1750 using historical instruments from the time period as well as showing short ! lms. Attendees age 16 and older are welcome. 8-9:30 p.m. $10 (residents), $15 (nonresidents). George A. Purefoy Municipal Center, Council Chambers, 6101 Frisco Square Blvd., Frisco. 972-292-6652. www.friscotexas.gov/ 1491/music-in-the-chamber

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A free summer concert series with local musicians is coming to the Frisco Square every Friday in June. Attendees can bring a blanket or lawn chair to watch country artist Justin Mason on June 4, variety band Mix Tape on June 11, Celtic group Three Pints and a Glass on June 18, and multigenre group The Benton Lawson Band on June 25. Food vendors will also be available. 7:30-9:30 p.m. (June 4, 11 and 25); 6:30-8 p.m. (June 18). Frisco Square, 8843 Coleman Blvd., Frisco. 214-872-1054. www.friscosquare.com/mits (Courtesy Frisco Square)

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by mid-June. Timeline: fall 2020-summer 2021 Cost: $5.16 million Funding source: city of Frisco UPCOMING PROJECTS 3 Legacy Drive reconstruction The city is looking to reconstruct Legacy Drive from SH 121 to Warren Parkway. The design for this section of the project is complete and has been put out to bid. The project involves reconstructing the existing lanes and widening them from four to six lanes along the project corridor. This project also includes the widening of a small section of Town and Country Boulevard from Legacy to just west 1,400 west of Legacy to accommo- date future bike lanes. With City Council approval, the project is expected to begin in July. Timeline: summer 2021-fall 2022 Cost: $21 million Funding sources: city of Frisco, Collin County 4 Town and Country Boulevard reconstruction Crews will reconstruct the existing pavement on Town & Country Boulevard and widen the road from two lanes to four lanes from Legacy to Spring Creek Parkway. A preconstruction meeting was held in May, and the contractor will build two new eastbound lanes, south of the existing lanes, before reconstruction of the existing portion begins. Timeline: June 2021-March 2022 Cost: $4.7 million Funding source: city of Frisco

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1 Coit Road widening Crews are working to widen Coit Road from the Sam Rayburn Tollway to Main Street. Coit will be widened from a four- lane divided roadway to six lanes. Most of the concrete paving on this project has been completed, and the tra ! c signal at Coit and Lyndhurst Drive is now fully operational. The bridge widening along the northbound lanes of Coit Road is now under construction. Timeline: winter 2020-March 2022 Cost: $7.19 million Funding source: city of Frisco 2 Lebanon Road widening As of early May, construction has been substantially completed to widen Lebanon Road from four to six lanes from Parkwood Boulevard to Ohio Drive. Crews have also built eastbound lanes of John Hickman Parkway at Preston Road. The new east- and westbound lanes on Lebanon are open to through tra ! c. The contractor is currently working on the median landscaping and irrigation. The project is expected to be fully complete

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Frisco council members on June 1 entered into an agreement with the school district and developer Craig Hall for $129 million in projects at Hall Park. They include a long- awaited performing arts center, a parking garage and a roughly 5-acre park. Fellow public partners of the city include Frisco ISD, the Frisco Com- munity Development Corp. and the Frisco Economic Development Corp. Development from this agreement includes a $66 million performing arts center with at least 1,250 seats in a main performance hall, and at least 250 seats in a community venue, according to a memo prepared for Frisco City Council by city sta ! . The performing arts center and parking garage will be publicly owned, according to the agreement. The facility will be designed to hold multipurpose events for entertain- ment, educational and recreational uses and events. In addition, a $33 million, 1,100- stall parking garage will support the performing arts center and a $30million, roughly 5-acre public park similar to KlydeWarren Park in Dallas, the memo states. Funds for these projects come from approvedmunicipal bonds and Hall. The city is paying $13 million for the design and construction of the performing arts center’s community venue and common areas, according to the agreement. FISDwill provide $43 million for the design and construction of the center’s main performance hall and common areas. FISD trustees will need to approve

the agreement on a future date, according to Assistant Director of Communications Meghan Cone. Hall will contribute $10million toward the construction of the performing arts center and dedicate 5 acres for it and its associated garage. The city and/or FCDC will provide $33 million for the development of the parking garage. For the park, the city is contributing $15 million in partial funding, with an additional $15 million fromHall, according to the agreement. Hall is set to give the parkland to the city once construction is complete. The FEDC, while not part of the agreement for the performing arts center and park, will provide up to $5 million toward redevelopment of a portion of Hall Park for two buildings, according to the memo. BY THE NUMBERS:

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Frisco, with dining, shopping and an outdoor stage that will be activated for concerts and planned outdoor recreational activities. The development of the resort was delayed by about a year due to the hit the hotel industry took from the COVID-19 pandemic but is moving forward now. Abbott predicted that

Construction teed o ! on Frisco’s newest resort and hotel project May 4. Omni Hotels & Resorts celebrated the construction start of the Omni PGA Frisco Resort with a ground- breaking ceremony in which o " cials, including Gov. Greg Abbott, gathered to turn the # rst dirt on the project. “We’re so delighted to have the PGA

Representatives for the PGA and Omni Hotel & Resorts, along with local and state o ! cials, break ground on the new Omni PGA Frisco Resort on May 4. (Miranda Jaimes/Community Impact Newspaper)

when complete, the project will be one of the premier desti- nations in all of the United States. “The big winners are obviously the citizens of Frisco,” Mayor Je ! Cheney said. “Whether you ever pick up a golf club, you’re going to

“THE OPENING FOR THE OMNI PGA FRISCORESORT, THIS IS AN INCREDIBLE MILESTONE FOR THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY.” GOV. GREG ABBOTT

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Resort, this is an incredible mile- stone for the entire community.” When complete, the hotel will feature 501 rooms, a conference center,

Gov. Greg Abbott attends the groundbreaking ceremony for the Omni PGA Frisco resort May 4. (Miranda Jaimes/Community Impact Newspaper)

love and enjoy this project.” Cheney also mentioned the Frisco ISD students who will be able to access the PGA development’s practice facilities, such as the driving range and short-game areas, for four days of each week. Additional assets the development brings is the interest in increased projects in the area and creating a community that can “thrive,” Cheney said. He estimated the project will bring a $2.5 billion economic impact over the next 30 years. “This is going to be a generational project that generations of Frisco residents and visitors are going to come to enjoy,” he said. The hotel is slated for opening in spring 2023.

127,000 square feet of meeting space, golf villas, three pools and a Lounge by Top Golf. The hotel will also feature a lobby courtyard with steps from an elevated arrival area down through a series of gathering spaces, such as # re pits, as well as water features and oak trees. “It really welcomes the golf course into the hotel,” Bruce Wright of SB Architects said. It is part of the 600-acre, mixed-use development the Professional Golfers Association of America will unveil as it moves its headquarters from Palm Beach County, Florida, to Frisco. The area will also include a retail area that in previous interviews o " cials compared to The Star in

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HIGHLIGHTS FRISCO ISD Memorial Stadium is now known as David Kuykendall Stadium in honor of the district’s longtime athletic director who is retiring after this school year. The district held a special board meeting at The Star on May 12 in front of Kuykendall, his family and many of the district’s coaches. The board of trustees voted unanimously in favor of the name change. An emotional Kuykendall said he was at a loss for words at the rare honor. Frisco City Council Meets at 5 p.m. June 15; open meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. www.friscotexas.gov Frisco ISD board of trustees Meets at 7:30 p.m. June 14 www.friscoisd.org MEETINGSWE COVER Collin County Commissioners Court Meets at 1:30 p.m. June 7, 14, 21, 28 www.collincountytx.gov Denton County Commissioners Court Meets at 9 a.m. June 8, 15, 22, 29 www.dentoncounty.gov Collin College board of trustees Meets at 5:30 p.m. June 22 www.collin.edu

Shepherds GlenPark gets city’s approval for $2.5million facelift FRISCO A $2.5 million upgrade is in the works for Shepherds Glen Park. Council voted May 18 to proceed with a $300,000 contract for design services with Dallas-based Studio TLA. The studio will be working with a $2.5 million construction budget, according to city documents. Shepherds Glen Park is located along the College Parkway Hike and Bike Trail between Canoe Road and Shepherds Hill Drive. According to a memo, Studio TLA will draft plans to include a larger splash pad area, larger playground elements, new parking areas and more.

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FRISCO City Council voted unani- mously May 18 to approve a rezoning request that paves the way for a $1 billion mixed-use development east of the PGA Frisco project. The Link is estimated to generate $7 million a year in property tax revenue and $3 million a year in sales tax revenue once fully built out. The 2 million to 2.5 million square feet of o ! ce space would attract between 8,000 and 10,000 jobs, according to project estimates. And an untold number of other jobs would be

created at the site for restaurant, retail, hospitality, wellness, medical and entertainment uses. Mayor Je " Cheney said the devel- opers took an odd-shaped plot of land with a # ood plain in the middle of it and created what is expected to be a world-class project. This plan is made possible “because of the halo e " ect of the PGA,” he said. The plan allows for up to 2,206 multifamily units. The revisions also allow for up to 500 single-family and cottage homes.

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