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Flower Mound officials look at zoning changes

BY SAMANTHA DOUTY

The remaining more than 1,500 acres of undeveloped land in the Cross Timbers Conservation Devel- opment District in Flower Mound could potentially see zoning changes this summer. A town strategic planning session in July 2021 led to more conversations and public feedback about how the land should be built out while pre- serving the area’s East Cross Timbers, which is a narrow strip of timbered country, various tree species, said Lexin Murphy, Flower Mound’s direc- tor of planning services. The East Cross Timbers span three counties, and the conservation area spans 26,000 square miles in all. “The Cross Timbers Conserva- tion Development District is so unique, and it’s part of what makes Flower Mound so unique,” Flower Mound Mayor Derek France said. “To have a largely intact ecologi- cal area in the middle of one of the largest metros in the United States CONTINUED ON 18

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The Cross Timbers Conservation Development District is made up of the East Cross Timbers ecological area, which runs through several counties.

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leaving the industry while the pipe- line for additional nurses is insufi- cient to meet the growing demand of 2022 and beyond, according to the American Nurses Association. “What we’ve seen during COVID[-19] and after is fatigue of health care staff in gen- eral,” said Dr. Matt Richardson, CONTINUED ON 15

Denton County hospitals continue to see stang shortages as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has contributed to the industry’s sta fatigue. The COVID-19 pandemic led to shortcomings in the medical eld and a stang shortage of nurses and doc- tors seen nationwide. More nurses are

Local hospitals have seen nursing and overall stang shortages.

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NOW OPEN 1 Aloha Thai Massage opened May 2 in Flower Mound. The massage salon is located at 2701 Cross Timbers Road, Ste. 232, in Flower Mound Town Center. Aloha also has a location open in Richardson. The massage parlor oers Thai massages, body scrubs, hot stone massages and a variety of other massages. 469-993-8007. www.alohathaimassagespa.com 2 Castle Hills Animal Hospital opened May 16 in Lewisville. The animal hospital is located at 3964 SH 121, Ste. 100, Lew- isville, at The Realm at Castle Hills. The vet clinic oers preventive care, dental cleanings, vaccinations, surgeries and

5 Mattito’s opened May 25 in Flower Mound. The restaurant is located at 2945 Long Prairie Road. The Tex-Mex restau- rant has family recipes that are over 50 years old. It oers dishes such as enchi- ladas, tacos, fajitas and other Tex-Mex staples. 682-990-6050. www.mattitos.com COMING SOON 6 Cake4One is scheduled to open in Flower Mound, according to a town news release. The dessert shop will be located at the River Walk at 3900 River Walk Drive, Ste. 100. An ocial opening date was not available. The bakery oers handmade, gourmet cakes in person- al Mason jars. Some signature avors

other animal services. Appointments can be made online or by phone. 469-962-2060. www.castlehillsvet.com 3 Salon Bellus opened in Lewisville with a soft opening April 19. The salon is planning a grand opening for late June. It is located at 4440 SH 121, Ste. 55, at The Realm at Castle Hills. It oers haircuts, stylings, coloring and makeup. 469-892-6749. www.bellushair.com 4 Apricot Lane Boutique hosted a grand opening April 23 in Highland Village. The store is located in The Shops at Highland Village shopping center at 1501 Cotton- wood Creek, Ste. 110. Apricot Lane is a womenswear boutique. 972-318-0816. www.apricotlaneboutique.com/store/high- landvillage

include Texas pecan, Oreo cookie, carrot, chocolate, lemon and red velvet cake. www.cake4one.com 7 Cachet Salons & Spa will open a location at The Realm at Castle Hills this fall. The salon will be located in a 10,692-square-foot space that will oer lease space for salon professionals, according to a Realm news release. The Realm at Castle Hills is located at 4400 SH 121, Lewisville. www.cachetsalons.com 8 Saray Mediterranean Fusion Bar & Grill will open at The Realm at Cas- tle Hills, according to a Realm news release. An expected open date was not available. The Realm at Castle Hills is located at 4400 SH 121 in Lewisville.

        

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June & July events

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JUNE 16 DISCUSS JUNETEENTH The Lewisville Talks-City Speaker Series will feature Denton-based author Donald Norman-Cox to speak about his book, “Juneteenth 101: Popular Myths and Forgotten Facts.” The book takes a closer look at the annual observance commemorating June 19, 1865, which is the day the U.S. Army came to Galveston to ensure Texans would comply with the Emancipation Proclamation. The presentation will be followed by a screening of “Miss Juneteenth,” a lm directed by Fort Worth native Channing Godfrey Peoples. The lm depicts a former beauty queen and single mother preparing her teenage daughter for the Miss Juneteenth pageant. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Free. Lewisville Grand Theater, 100 N. Charles St., Lewisville. 972-219-8446. www.lewisvillegrand.com 17 AND 24 LISTEN TO MUSIC The Shops at Highland Village hosts its Summer Concert series each Friday in June. All concerts are family- friendly. Each night features a new band. On June 17, Time Machine will take the stage to feature music from the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s. On June 24,

Toxic: A Britney Spears Experience will feature top Britney Spears songs and choreography. 7:30-9 p.m. Free. The Shops at Highland Village. 1701 Shoal Creek, Highland Village. 972-317-7500. www.theshopsathighlandvillage.com 17 THROUGH JULY 12 ENJOY TUNES The Sounds of Lewisville concert series runs every Tuesday in June and July. The concert will feature bands including 4 Ya Soul Band, The Elton Johns, Grupo Vida and Back in Black. Its July 5 show will feature reworks and music by Ashmore Classic Rock. Dierent vendors will oer food and drinks to those in attendance each night. 7 p.m. Free. Wayne Ferguson Plaza, 150 W. Church St., Lewisville. 972-219-3550. https://tinyurl.com/3hkr8y4t 18 PAMPER DAD A Father’s Day boat ride is available for residents to celebrate their dads. The event features a two-hour cruise on Lewisville Lake, a three-course meal, a DJ and a comedy performance. Three time frames are available for purchase, but children are allowed only in the rst boat ride. Noon-8 p.m. $35-$50. Arispop Cruises, 1481 E. Hill Park Road, Lewisville. 817-363-0016. www.arispopcruises.com

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The Town of Flower Mound will host its annual Independence Fest. Randy Rogers Band will headline the event. The festival will feature activities for all, such as a children’s parade, a vintage car show, vendors, live entertainment and a rework show. Gates open at 5 p.m. Free. Bakerseld Park, 1201 Duncan Lane, Flower Mound. 972-874-6000. www.ower-mound.com/festival (Courtesy Town of Flower Mound)

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Construction on Highland Village Road sidewalk begins The new sidewalk will connect to the existing sidewalk at the High- land Village Municipal Complex and head east along the east side of Highland Village Road, according to a city news release. The project is funded through a 2018 bond issue and was projected to cost about $883,350. Howev- er, the price increased by about $26,255 after the original contrac- tor defaulted on the project and a new contractor was hired by the city. Completion of the sidewalk will increase pedestrian safety along the road, according to the news release. Timeline: Fall 2022 Cost: $883,350 Funding source: 2018 bond

Closures continue on Waketon Road The westbound Waketon Road lane closure between Kings and Chinn Chapel roads remains in place as construction continues on the Waketon project. The Waketon project is an $8.47 million joint project with the town of Double Oak. The overall project limits are from Cross Timbers Drive in Double Oak to Parksdale Drive in Flower Mound, according to the release. The Flower Mound section of the project includes the upgrade of the existing two-lane asphalt roadway to a two-lane urban collector street section with an enclosed storm drainage system, according to the release. The project also includes the installation of a roundabout at the Waketon and Chinn Chapel intersection. The overall project is scheduled to be complete in the fall. To learn more about this and other construction projects, visit www.ower-mound.com/ constructionproject.

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Colonial Drive project nears com- pletion The Colonial Drive Phase 2 project in Flower Mound nears its end in June. The project consists of the reconstruction of Colonial from Whitney Lane to Homestead Drive. It includes sidewalk improvements, according to the town. Construc- tion started in June 2021. Paving work continues. Timeline: June 2022 Cost: $2.49 million Funding sources: dedicated sales tax, wastewater, stormwater

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News from Lewisville, Flower Mound, Highland Village & Lewisville ISD

CITY HIGHLIGHTS FLOWER MOUND Newly elected council members Adam Schiestel and Brian Taylor were sworn in to office during the Flower Mound Town Council’s May 17 meeting. The meeting was outgoing Council Member Ben Bumgarner’s last meeting. He is running for state representative, District 63, against Jeff Younger. FLOWER MOUND A new fitness area is now available at Heritage Park. The fitness area opened on May 20 and can be used by the public during regular park hours from 5 a.m.-11 p.m. HIGHLAND VILLAGE The Doubletree Ranch Park splash pad is open. City officials previously reported the splash pad would not be open for the summer, because repairs could not be made due to supply chain issues. “WE WANT TO CREATE A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD.” BRANDON JONES, LEWISVILLE CITY COUNCIL MEMBER QUOTE OF NOTE MEETINGS WE COVER Lewisville City Council meets at 7 p.m. on June 20 at 151 W. Church St. www.cityoflewisville.com Lewisville ISD board of trustees meets at 7 p.m. on the second Monday of the month at 1565 W. Main St. It has no meetings scheduled for July. www.lisd.net Flower Mound Town Council meets at 6 p.m. on June 20 at 2121 Cross Timbers Road. www.flower-mound.com Highland Village City Council meets at 7:30 p.m. on June 28 and July 12 at 1000 Highland Village Road. www.highlandvillage.org

Lewisville council approves multifamily ordinance changes

BY SAMANTHA DOUTY

MULTIFAMILY INSPECTION COSTS The first year of expenses include the addition of a new inspector and other one-time fees.

LEWISVILLE The City Council approved an ordinance change that will bring updates to the multifamily inspec- tion program during its regular June 6 meeting. The changes include a slight fee increase for apartment complexes for inspections and the addition of a multi- family inspector position. The changes come by the city to protect the health and safety of apartment residents, according to city officials. The code will take effect 60 days after the city posted the ordinance on June 10. The current inspection fees are $50 per building and $75 per inspected unit. The newly proposed fee is $12 per dwelling unit, and not per building, said Chris McGinn, director of neighborhood and inspection services. The new inspection goal is 5% of dwellings at a complex. It is projected the new fees will average out to an additional $3.55 per dwelling unit per year, McGinn said. It will reduce inspection fees for some smaller apartment complexes with multiple buildings, which means about 20% of complexes will have a decreased fee.

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The multifamily inspection program began in 2004 in Lewisville. About 51% of Lewisville residents live in apartments. “We want to create a level playing field so that we make sure all of our apartment complexes are safe for every- one,” Council Member Brandon Jones said.

Lewisville ISD sees 4 new administrators

Highland Village seeks grants for Pilot Knoll Park project

professional learning; and campus support services. The board approved Chantell Upshaw as the district’s new chief of middle schools. Upshaw will be responsible for providing support and leadership to 15 middle school principals. The board approved Amber Lasseigne as the district’s executive director of finance. Lasseigne joins the district from Allen ISD, where she served as director of finance services. The board approved Jennifer Barentine as the new principal of B.B. Owen Elementary. Barentine was previously an assistant principal at Ethridge Elementary School.

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LEWISVILLE ISD The board of trustees approved four new administrators during its May 17 meeting. The appointments include a chief schools officer, a chief of middle schools, an executive director of finance and a campus principal at B.B. Owen Elementary School. The board approved Lori Litchfield as the district’s chief schools officer. In the new role, Litchfield will oversee counseling and social work services; special education;

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HIGHLAND VILLAGE The City Council continues forward with the city’s Pilot Knoll Park project. The council approved to move forward with an application to a Texas Parks & Wildlife grant to partially fund the project during a May 24 meeting. The grant provides 50% matching grants, and a maximum of $750,000. About $2.3 million of city improve- ment project funds is allocated for the construction of 16 cabins at Pilot Knoll Park.

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2022 STATEWIDE HEALTH CARE RANKINGS OUT OF 244 COUNTIES

COMPARING COUNTY HEALTH These rankings of all counties statewide are updated annually but include data from previous years. The factors listed are not comprehensive.

HEALTH OUTCOMES INCLUDE:

• LENGTH OF LIFE • QUALITY OF LIFE , such as the number of poor mental and physical health days reported

HEALTH OUTCOMES

HEALTH FACTORS INCLUDE:

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Length of life Overall

• HEALTHBEHAVIORS , such as smoking, obesity, physical activity, excessive drinking, alcohol-impaired driving deaths, sexually transmitted infections and teen births • CLINICALCARE , including health insurance coverage; number of physicians, dentists and mental health providers; preventable hospital stays; and u vaccinations • SOCIOECONOMICFACTORS , such as educational attainment levels, children in poverty, income inequality and violent crimes • PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT FACTORS , such as air pollution, drinking water violations, housing problems and long commutes

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TRACKING VACCINATIONS

HEALTH CARE EMPLOYMENT TRENDS HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE INDUSTRY EMPLOYMENT From September 2019 to September 2021, health care employment is up more than 2%. Sept. 2019 Sept. 2020 Sept. 2021

More than half the population in Denton County is fully vaccinated. Data is up to date as of June 6.

COUNTY VACCINATION DOSES BY WEEK 350,000 300,000 Peak

PERCENTAGE OF RESIDENTS AGE 5+ FULLY VACCINATED 551,711 - 66.47%

1,402,914 Total

70,854 4/5/2021

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9726456767 www.childrens.com Daily noon-10 p.m. 5 Concentra Urgent Care 2403 S. Stemmons Freeway, Ste. 103, Lewisville 9728292999 www.concentra.com/patients/urgent-care Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 6 Lakepointe Urgent Care 713 Hebron Parkway, Ste. 220, Lewisville 9723158588 www.solvhealth.com/lakepointe-urgent-care- lewisville-tx-gZZ6lg Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 7 NextCare Urgent Care: Lewisville 540 Surf St., Lewisville 9724209900 www.nextcare.com Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 8 Preferred Pediatrics Urgent Care for Kids 2540 Justin Road, Ste. 187, Highland Village 9723180030 www.pp-urgentcare4kids.com Mon.-Fri. Noon-9 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. 9 SignatureCare ER 1596 W. Main St., Lewisville 9728294862 www.ercare24.com/lewisville 24 hours 10 Texas Health Adult Care and Urgent Care

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HOSPITALS 1 Medical City Lewisville Trauma level: III NICU level: III Total number of employees: 773 employees Number of beds: 186 500 W. Main St., Lewisvillle 4693702000 https://medicalcityhealthcare.com/locations/ medical-city-lewisville/ 2 Texas Health Presbyterian Trauma level: not rated NICU level: II Total number of employees: more than 400 physicians and more than 700 employees Number of beds: 101 4400 Long Prairie Road, Flower Mound 4693227000 www.texashealthowermound.com URGENT CARE CENTERS 3 CareNow Urgent Care-Lewisville 1559 W. Main St., Lewisville 9724360333 www.carenow.com Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 4 Children’s Health PM Urgent Care Flower Mound 2650 Flower Mound Road, Ste. 108, Flower Mound

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person through those three lenses and normally nd a happy medium.” Pelvic health is a passion of Miller’s, she said. She wants to work at removing the stigma associated with pelvic oor issues, such as incontinence, pain and general pelvic oor knowledge, she said. “It shouldn’t be embarrassing,” she said. Beyond the pelvic oor, therapists at PeakRx also help clients with orthopedic needs—such as treating knees, shoulders and feet—along with performance therapy, Miller said. “We have a lot of things we are passionate about here,” she said. PeakRx is out of network, which means the clinic does not bill insur- ance companies for the treatment. Instead, clients can request reim- bursement from their insurer. “It takes a special person who’s honestly just committed to (attend- ing physical therapy) and willing to invest in themselves,” Miller said. PeakRx continues to grow, Miller said, which means she is looking to expand, hopefully within the same building in Lewisville. “It just gets bigger and bigger, and helps more people,” she said. “We want to eliminate the ‘I wish I had known.’”

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says, and helps clients reach their goals with personalized treatments. Miller started PeakRx in Lewisville about ve years ago after she had her rst child and struggled to get back to the athlete she was before she had a baby, she said. “That’s where PeakRx was born, just kind of wanting to be the pro- vider I wish I had had myself,” Miller said. “I started actually renting a room out of a gym, and then over time it grew into this.” Miller has been a physical therapist for more than 10 years and worked out of a local hospital, but she wanted to help her clients more. She realized traditional physical therapy left people wanting more in terms of their goals for tness, such as running and lifting weights, Miller said. “We weren’t really able to provide that where we were at,” she said. At PeakRx, there are three physical therapists who work on orthopedic, pelvic floor and perfor- mance-based therapy. “We live in this weird world of helping out a lot of dierent people with a lot of dierent things,” Miller said. “We’re able to look at each

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Nursing degrees Midwestern State University at Flower Mound has seen an increase in Bachelor of Science degrees in nursing.

Staffing changes

Denton County’s Public Health Department director. Richardson reported in March to Denton County commissioners that county hospitals continue to see a stang shortage. Richardson refers to pandemic fatigue as a “hangover eect,” he said. Though intensive care units are no longer full of COVID-19 patients, its nurses are still aected by their recent patient losses and overtime hours. County Judge Andy Eads said he is in continual contact with county hospital leaders, and they report a decline in the mental health of their nurses, which has attributed to the stang shortage. During the pandemic, doctors and nurses worked in extreme conditions, and they handled it with grace, pro- fessionalism and compassion, he said. “The nurses and doctors across Denton County were our frontline heroes,” he said. Because of the stang shortages, education eorts are in full swing to help ll in the gaps seen locally. In Flower Mound, one college program looks to alleviate some of the indus- try stang stresses with an acceler- ated Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Nursing solution Midwestern State University at Flower Mound is doing its part in sup- plying nurses by providing an acceler- ated bachelor’s degree in nursing. The program allows students to attend a community college to earn an associate degree in nursing while simultaneously attending MSU bach- elor’s degree classes. This allows the student to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in half the typical time, Pro- gram Coordinator Christy Bowen said. An associate degree is focused on the clinical tasks that a nurse pro- vides, such as monitoring patients, maintaining their records and per- forming other basic health care procedures. A bachelor’s degree incorporates other aspects of nurs- ing, such as evidence-based practice, management and public health. The program is creating nurses that are more qualied in a shorter amount of time, Bowen said. “We’re sending nurses into the workforce to help with the downfall of the nursing shortage,” Bowen said. The program now has about 400 students, Bowen said. “Over the years, our program has

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reached for comment. Medical City Lewisville saw a dip in stang numbers in 2020 of about .51%. Medical City Healthcare is working to address the nursing shortage in multiple ways. It recently saw a signif- icant increase in hiring new graduate nurses coupled with nurse residency programs, St. James said. “[Medical City] Healthcare’s parent company, HCA Healthcare, hires more new graduate nurses than any other health care provider in the U.S.,” St. James said. Hospital ocials even look to students before they get to college to help ll the nursing shortages through encouraging students to get into Pathways in Technology Early College High School (PTECH) health care career tracks. Earlier this year, Medical City

drastically increased in size,” she said. “I feel this is a phenomenal achievement.” Bowen serves on the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council and has heard positive feedback on the quality of nurses leaving the program, she said. “[They are] so thankful for the new registered nurse graduates that are already more competent and higher educated,” she said. Looking locally Medical City Lewisville, Lewis- ville’s local hospital, tried to be pro- active in hiring nurses to replace the outgoing workforce, said Janet St. James, assistant vice president of public relations and media communi- cations, in an email. Texas Health Presbyterian Hos- pital Flower Mound is another local provider, but ocials could not be

Healthcare announced that the HCA Healthcare Foundation, through its Healthier Tomorrow Fund, donated $1.35 million to be disbursed over the next three years to Educate Texas, an initiative of the Communities Foun- dation of Texas, St. James said. The grant is aimed at increasing stu- dent access to programs that enable fullling health care careers, includ- ing high schools in Texas that oer health care tracks, she said. “Our nursing leaders in our hos- pitals speak to students at the high school level—and sometimes earlier— about careers in nursing and health care, to create initial information and establish an early positive role model,” St. James said.

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