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Two years in, area leaders ponder impact of COVID19pandemic

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before the pandemic. “We’re just kind of considering dif- ferent stu,” Spector said. “Stu that we used to do like blowing out the can- dles on a birthday cake—I don’t think people will ever do that again.” As the U.S. reaches the two-year mark since the start of the pandemic, Spector is far from the only per- son who has experienced changes. Many local business owners have not escaped the eects of the pandemic as This Old Wood has, and area leaders in CONTINUED ON 26

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Je Spector, owner of lumber rec- lamation business This Old Wood in Pugerville, said he thinks the COVID- 19 pandemic has caused a permanent shift in how people think about health and cleanliness. Spector said his business has been minimally aected by the pandemic— he and his sta already wore masks as part of daily operations—but on a personal level, it has prompted him to consider more carefully many things he would have given little thought to

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In the last two years, a tequila distribution industry has been building in the city of Pugerville. Two companies started their own brands and dis- tributorships in the city, and the owners of both said they have continued to grow their product sales and recognition. Last July, Round Rock resident Sean Barber Tequila industry shows growth inPugerville BY BRIAN RASH

launched a brand called Verdadero Tequila, and in February 2020, Peter Trevino, Angel Gallegos and Sylvester Palacios started Dos Cuernos tequila. As other local distilleries and bars in Pugerville look at potentially creating tequila brands of their own, local experts say continued growth in this area could be great not only for Pugerville’s reputation but also its economy. “Denitely tequila [is] having a moment,” Barber said. “That trend is only growing. We don’t know when it will plateau, let’s put it that way, but the tra- jectory has been really strong.” CONTINUED ON 28

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7 P. Terry’s Burger Stand opened its first Round Rock location Jan. 31 at 2201 I-35. Founded locally in Austin in 2005, the restaurant chain offers burgers, fries, chicken sandwiches and milkshakes for customers, as well as dog treats for their furry friends. 512-351-8553. www.pterrys.com 8 Tiny Aquatics opened Nov. 28 at 2000 S. I-35, Ste. L1, Round Rock, after moving from its previous location on Sam Bass Road in September. The aquatic pet retailer carries fish, plants and related products, including shrimp, snails, rocks, moss and hardware for aquatic hobbyists. 512-629-9294. www.tinyaquatics.com 9 National electronics repair chain uBreakiFix opened a Round Rock location at 2711 La Frontera Blvd., Ste. 230, on Feb. 1. The shop offers same- day repairs for many electronic devices, including several smart phone brands, tablets, computers and gaming consoles. 737-738-5750. www.ubreakifix.com COMING SOON 10 A Bar Louie location under con- struction alongside the Embassy Suites by Hilton at 270 Bass Pro Drive, Round Rock, is scheduled to open in March, ac- cording to a company representative. The gastropub’s menu features a wide range of fare including burgers, pasta, seafood, cocktails and beer. The first Bar Louie opened in Addison, Texas, in 1990. www.barlouie.com 11 The second phase of an office park owned by North Forest Office Space at 2631 Gattis School Road, Round Rock, is expected to be completed by fall

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2022, according to a representative for the company. The development will be adjacent to another office park owned by North Forest, Gattis School Commons. 512-515-1553. www.northforest.com 12 A Tesla service center is expected to be operational in Round Rock by March, according to city staff. Located at 3500 Wadley Place, the center will facilitate auto sales and service for Tesla vehicles. Tesla representatives did not respond to requests for comment about the facility, but a Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation filing states the estimated renovation cost of the 40,344-square- foot facility was $1.03 million. www.tesla.com 13 A second location of Hutto-based barbershop Thig’s Diamond Kutz will open at 302 W. Main St., Ste. 102, Round Rock, on March 15, according to owner William Thigpen. The barbershop special- izes in haircut styles and trends for any ethnic group, Thigpen said. Facebook: Thig’s Diamond Kutz

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4 Buff City Soap held a grand opening for its first Round Rock location at 210 University Blvd., Ste. 160, on Jan. 27. The business offers plant-based, small-batch handmade soap as well as laundry and bath items. 512-843-4100. www.buffcitysoap.com 5 Haute Boutique and Mercantile on Main held a grand reopening under one roof at 503 E. Main St., Round Rock, on Feb. 12. Owner Amy Kerley said the businesses offer apparel, home goods, items created by local artisans and city of Round Rock-branded merchandise. Beyond in-store shopping the shops also offer curbside pickup and delivery ser- vice. 512-716-0800. www.hautellc.com 6 Mama Hono Tropical Spices, Foods & Beverages opened in mid-January at 1201 S. I-35, Ste. 306, Round Rock. The specialized grocer offers Afrotropical and Caribbean beverages as well as beauty items, meat, seafood and produce typical of those regions. 512-394-6225. www.mamahono.com

1 The private membership organization 52 Social Club opened Jan. 20 at 2400 I-35 Frontage Road, Ste. 160, Round Rock. Members of 52social have 24/7 access to poker and a concierge and hosting service. 512-432-5002. www.52socialclub.com 2 Affinity Brows Microartistry opened Jan. 11 at 2251 Double Creek Drive, Ste. 602, Round Rock. The permanent makeup and skin care studio offers eyebrow mi- croblading, powder and ombre brows, lip blushing, fibroblast plasma treatments and handcrafted natural skin care. 512-436-8334. www.affinitybrowspmu.com 3 AusTx Liquor opened Dec. 11 at 1208 N. I-35, Ste. 700, in the Round Rock West Shopping Mall. The liquor store carries a comprehensive selection of wine, beer, liquor and spirits. 512-300-0703. www.austxliquor.com

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Town Center in Pflugerville. Information from a 2021 news release stated the store was initially slated to open in November, but that has been delayed. www.havertys.com ANNIVERSARIES 4 La Casita Mexican Restaurant, locat- ed at 800 W. Pecan St., Ste. C, Pfluger- ville, celebrated five years in business in February. La Casita offers a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner Mexi- can cuisine choices, including burritos, enchiladas, mariscos, breakfast plates and breakfast tacos. 512-990-8026. Facebook: La Casita 5 Patty’s Pizza &Wings , located at 20205 FM 685, Ste. 250, Pflugerville,

celebrated its fifth anniversary Feb. 17. The pizza shop offers a range of special- ty pizzas as well as pies customers can create themselves. Also on the menu are wings, calzones and various appetizers including chicken tenders, mozzarella sticks and pizza rolls. 512-989-5999. Facebook: Patty’s Pizza & Wings NAME CHANGE 6 The Brush32 dental clinic located at 2324 FM 685, Ste. 400, Pflugerville, was rebranded as Ideal Dental in January. The clinic treats patients with a focus on client comfort and provides services, including braces and orthodontics, cosmetic dentistry and dental implants. 512-265-8426. www.myidealdental.com

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2 Mma Dima Africa Boutique opened Feb. 12 at 401 W. Pecan St., Ste. 2B, Pflugerville. Co-owner Unyime Udosen said she and her partner, Uwakima Umo- nah, purchase items sourced from Africa. 512-736-8357. www.u4udesigns.com COMING SOON 3 Following delays in planning, rep- resentatives confirmed home furnishing retailer Havertys will open its third Austin-area store in April at the Stone Hill

1 A new Behavioral Innovations clinic opened Feb. 1 at 701 FM 685, Ste. 420, Pflugerville. Sierra Chandler, clinic manager at the autism treatment center, said trained staff work with children to teach new skills, improve performance in already acquired skills and decrease unwanted behaviors. 855-782-7822. www.behavioral-innovations.com

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3 Magic Touch Esthetics is scheduled to open March 2. Located within a space at the recently opened Meraki Salon Studios at 531 Ed Schmidt Blvd., Ste. 160, Studio 13, Hutto, Magic Touch will offer an array of skin care services ranging from facial massages to chemical peels and waxing. 512-649-5204. www.magictouchesthetics.com 4 A Mexican restaurant called Cocina Jalisco Sports Bar & Grill is coming to the Co-Op District in Hutto, joining Southside Market & Barbeque and Top Notch Ham- burgers. The new restaurant’s owner is Jaime Fernandez, who also owns Jalisco’s Restaurant & Bar in Austin and Buda as

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Chipotle at the shopping center. 737-259-2011. www.chipotle.com COMING SOON 2 Austin-based pizza chain Mr. Gatti’s Pizza will soon open a new delivery and carryout location at 326 Ed Schmidt Blvd., Hutto. Franchise owner George Kash said construction on the location is expected to start within the next few months and will take around four months to complete. The new location will be delivery and carryout only and will not

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1 A new Chipotle Mexican Grill opened Feb. 9 at 326 Ed Schmidt Blvd., Ste. 100, Hutto. The national chain is known for its build-your-own burritos, bowls, tacos and salads. Chipotle is the first restaurant to open in an expansion to the Hanson’s Corner shopping center in Hutto. In the coming months, several more restau- rants, including Taco Casa and Mighty Fine Burgers, Fries & Shakes, will join

5 The Texas Physical Therapy Special- ists location at 143 Exchange Blvd., Ste. 300, Hutto, will move to 307 Farley St. in late March or early April. Texas Physi- cal Therapy Specialists is an outpatient physical therapy clinic that offers a range of services, including orthopedic, manual and post-COVID-19 physical therapies. 512-846-6960. www.texpts.com

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also feature various starter plants for beginning gardeners, and attendees can learn to make small wire trellises. 10:30- 11:30 a.m. Free. Registration required. Age 18 and up. Pugerville Public Library, 1008 W. Puger St., Pugerville. 512-990-6375. www.pugervilletx.gov 20 GO TOA LOCAL CAR SHOW The Round Rock Police Association and the city of Round Rock are partnering to host a car show in Old Settlers Park near the tennis courts. The event is family-friendly and will not feature any loud music or racing. 10 a.m.- 1 p.m. Free. Old Settler’s Park, 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock. www.roundrocktexas.gov 28 SHARPEN CALLIGRAPHY SKILLS The Ruby Hotel and Bar is oering a course on modern calligraphy concepts for beginners. The Ruby is hosting the event in partnership with Sip & Script and Ember Elaine Modern Hand Lettering and Design. The class package will include 1.5 hours of instruction, a beginner’s calligraphy kit and writing surfaces. Participants may take all of their materials home at the end of the night. 5:30-7 p.m. $65. The Ruby Hotel and Bar, 400 Fannin Ave., Round Rock. 512-600-7997. www.sipandscript.com

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Meet up with other roller skating enthusiasts from the Rockin’ City Roller Derby at the Rock Sports Arena to participate in trainer-led roller skating skills and drill practices. 9-11 a.m. Free (members), $10 (non-members). Rock Sports Arena, 3918 Gattis School Road, Round Rock. 512-710-7188. www.rockincityrollergirls.com

Pugerville Public Library will host pets up for adoption from the Pugerville Animal Shelter and other local rescues. Attendees may participate in pet-themed crafts and enter a giveaway for special prize bags. 2-4 p.m. Free admission. Pugerville Public Library, 1008 W. Puger St., Pugerville. 512-990-6375. www.pugervilletx.gov

MARCH 08 LEARNMORE ABOUT TEXAS HISTORY Round Rock Preservation and the city’s planning and development services department are partnering to oer a lunch-and-learn event on the subject of courthouses across the state. A guest lecturer will present “A Tour of Texas Courthouses.” Attendees should bring a brown bag lunch, and the city will

championship. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. each day. Tony C’s Pizza and Beer Garden, 3800 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Ste. 140, Round Rock. 512-595-7050. www.tonycsbeergarden.com 19 TRADE PLANTS AT A PLANT SWAP Plant enthusiasts can meet in the Pugerville Public Library courtyard to swap unwanted plants, pots, seeds and other gardening items. The event will

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TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES City of Hutto to begin designwork on CR 137 repaving, intersection updates

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The city of Hutto will push back the start date on a project to repave a section of CR 137 in Hutto after expanding its scope to add several improvements to the intersection of CR 137 and FM 1660. Wade Benton, public works and engineering director, said nearby development has caused congestion that will need to be addressed before repaving the section of CR 137 between FM 1660 and CR 197. In a presentation at Hutto City Council’s Feb. 17 meeting, Benton recommended the addition of a right- turn lane from FM 1660 onto CR 137 as well as a left-turn lane from CR 137 onto FM 1660 and several upgrades to trac signals and drainage. The project was originally projected to be complete this year, but a new tentative timeline shows design work beginning this spring and construction starting in fall 2023. “I know there’s going to be some

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The city will begin work on a project to widen Picadilly Drive and Central Commerce Street in Pugerville. Work includes the addition gutters, dedicated pedestrian facilities, intersection turn lane improvements and driveway improvements. Timeline: summer 2022-TBD Cost: TBD Funding source: city of Pugerville of a two-way center turn lane as well as curbs and

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DEVELOPMENT UPDATES

Projects underway in Round Rock, Pugerville & Hutto

Officials approve amendments to RoundRock development code

CODE CHANGES

Round Rock ocials in February approved two amendments to the city’s planning and zoning code. Specic facets of the amendments include:

Specialty gyms: • Specialty gyms and sporting facilities may be allowed in light industrial zoning districts. • These facilities must be fully enclosed within a building. Townhomes: • Townhome structures may have a total height of three stories, up from the previously allowed 2.5. • No more than 5% of the collective total of units may be represented by structures of two townhouse units. • Buildings with the taller three- story height adjacent to single- family or duplex lots must have setbacks a minimum 20 feet in length.

• They must include tness-related activities and do not include indoor entertainment activities. • Structures, parking areas and refuse containers will not be permitted in these extended setbacks. • All buildings will

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documents. The amendments allow develop- ers to locate such facilities without a ZBA review, permitting sports training centers and specialty gym uses under a light industrial zoning. Officials also approved an allowance for up to 5% of the total number of townhome units in a project to be within a structure of two connected units, as opposed to the current requirement of three connected units. Developers requested the con- sideration for flexibility to allow more efficient use of their sites, city documents state.

Round Rock officials approved development code amendments at a Feb. 10 regular meeting. The amendments concern land zoned for light industrial use and townhome requirements. “We’re just bringing this code up to today’s standards,” Planning and Zoning Director Brad Wiseman said. Current zoning and development code allows for specialty athletic facilities, often including gym- nastics or rock climbing gyms, in light industrial zoning districts if an exception is granted by a zoning board of adjusters, according to city

be required to be oriented so that no front or back of a structure or balcony overlooks single-family or duplex lots.

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Council approves agreementswith Fisher-Rosemount and SDCAustin

Newfire station to improve rural response times

BY BROOKE SJOBERG

LOUIS HENNA BLVD.

Round Rock City Council approved economic development agreements with Fisher-Rosemount Systems and SDC Austin LLC. The approvals came during a Feb. 24 City Council meeting. The agreement with SDC Austin LLC, a company seeking to bring a data cen- ter to the city, will bring 20 primary jobs to Round Rock over the course of five years. It will also result in $185 million in real property improvements and $5 million in business personal prop- erty investments at its 1300 Louis Henna Blvd. office. According to the performance-based agreement, upon demolition, completion and occupation of its facilities, SDC will receive up to $1 million in two separate payments from the Round Rock Transportation and Economic Development Corp. The agreement for electrical equipment manufacturer Fish- er-Rosemount Systems requires a minimum $9 million investment in real property improvements and business personal property through upgrading an existing facility at 1100

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Area leaders attend a groundbreaking for Fire Station No. 6.

The newest fire station in Pflugerville could be complete in about 12-16 months, but due to ongoing global supply chain issues, that timeline could stretch to as long as two years. That is according to Nicholas Perkins, chief of Travis County Emergency Services District No. 2, who was one of several commu- nity leaders to speak at a Feb. 11 groundbreaking for what will be the district’s sixth fire station. The groundbreaking took place at 17221 Weiss Lane, Pflugerville. Perkins said once complete the new station will have three bays and house an aerial apparatus, or ladder truck, as well as a pickup truck that can provide more maneuverability for certain calls. Initial construction cost esti- mates for the new station were about $7.2 million, but Perkins said that has risen in recent weeks to about $7.4 million. PfISD donated the land for the new station, and Superintendent

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1. Schlosser Development Corp.: • $185 million in facility improvements • $5 million in xtures, equipment and other property improvements 2. Fisher-Rosemount: • $9 million in improvements for facility, xtures, equipment, and other property DOUBLE DEAL The two agreements will bring at least 70 jobs and additional investments to the city:

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W. Louis Henna Blvd. It will also create up to 60 primary jobs. Once the terms of the agree- ment are met, Fisher-Rosemount Systems may receive two economic incentive payments totaling $500,000.

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City Council approves newmixed-use development alongWeiss Lane

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A new 20-acre mixed-use develop- ment is on its way to Weiss Lane in Pflugerville. With a working name of Weiss Lane Mixed Use, the prospective development is located west of Weiss between Wolf Pack Drive and Pleasanton Parkway. Pflugerville City Council approved urban corri- dor zoning for the development at a Feb. 8 meeting. A presentation from developer Land Strategies Inc. stated the west end of the development will feature an apartment complex, and the east side will be used for commercial

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Newmedical office building approved

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COLORADO SAND DR.

A 1.3-acre plot of land on the northeast corner of Colorado Sand Drive and East Pflugerville Parkway is planned to be the site of a new medical office. At a Feb. 8 meeting, Pflugerville City Council approved a specif- ic-use permit for the land, allowing developer JY Properties LLC to move forward with the project. A presentation from JY Properties indicates the office will be a two- story, approximately 15,000-square- foot building with two available

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lease spaces. “Next to the hospital, medical facilities are very much in demand in the community,” Mayor Pro Tem Doug Weiss said.

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EDUCATION BRIEFS

News from Pugerville & Hutto ISDs

HIGHLIGHTS PFLUGERVILLE ISD For the May 7 general election, a total of six candidates are running to ll three open Pugerville ISD board of trustees seats. For Place 3, incumbent Renae Mitchell will run against challenger Pat McCord; for Place 4, incumbent Vernagene Mott will run against Corbin Black; and for Place 5, incumbent Brian Allen will run against challenger Alissa Molina. PfISD board of trustees members are elected to serve three- year terms. Early voting for the May 7 election will run from April 25-May 3. HUTTO ISD Ocials on Feb. 22 approved a program that will be part of the 2022-23 school year called Hutto Virtual Academy for students in grades 6-12. The program is designed for students who require more exible schedules or who prefer a self-paced virtual environment. A presentation from the district identies students who work, those enrolled in dual-credit classes and those who are medically vulnerable as a few target demographics for the program.

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be a hardship for the hourly employees who are just trying tomake ends meet,” Fulton said. Mary Kennedy, speaking on behalf of another PfISD employee, also implored the board to compensate stawho had tomiss work. “The board ... must approve compensation for these four days,” Kennedy said. “Their very livelihood depends on it.” At the Feb. 17 meeting, Superintendent Doug Killian claried for the public that the compensation is intended for all district sta. Mary Kennedy addressed ocials regarding sta pay at a Feb. 17 meeting. BRIAN RASHCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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City Council looks at increased trash fee

Dan Thornton appointed Huttomayor pro tem

PFLUGERVILLE Residents may soon see a $0.96 increase in their monthly trash pickup fees. At a Feb. 22 meeting, Pflugerville City Council approved an ordinance changing the city’s trash collection fee from $16.55 per residence per month to $17.51, a 5.8% increase. The city’s contract with Waste Connections, the company that handles trash collection in Pfluger- ville, allows Waste Connections to request fee adjustments to account for changes in operating costs, such as from increased fuel prices. Waste Connection submitted a request for the $0.96 increase in December. The request indicates Waste Connections calculated the change based on a 6.8% increase in the consumer price index from November 2020 to November 2021 and an 11.4% increase in the cost

of diesel fuel from September 2020 to September 2021. Council will consider the item for final approval at a regular meeting March 8.

HUTTO City Council Member Dan Thornton is the city’s new mayor pro tem, a position that was left vacant after former Mayor Pro Tem Tanner Rose resigned from council in January. The mayor pro tem is a council member who

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Waste Connections requested a monthly trash collecting fee increase that will be passed on to residents if officials approve the ordinance March 8. CURRENT RATE $16.55 PROPOSED RATE $17.51

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assumes the responsibilities of mayor if the mayor is absent or unable to perform their duties. Council nominated Thornton for the posi- tion in a 4-3 vote Feb. 10 and subsequently confirmed his appointment in a 5-2 vote.

INCREASE: 5.8% SOURCE: CITY OF PFLUGERVILLE/ COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Officials discuss allocation of $5M inARPA funds

protocol system. In a presentation to City Council on Feb. 22, Business Process Analyst Nicole Little recommended the city use $1 million of the funds for small businesses that have not benefited from previous pandemic relief.

Council approved that program Feb. 22, as well as $4.1 million included allocating money toward the city’s Downtown East devel- opment, construction of utility generators or additional technology upgrades.

PFLUGERVILLE Officials decided how best to spend approximately $5 million in funds allocated to the city via the federal American Rescue Plan Act. Pflugerville received about $6.1

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