Central Austin Edition - June 2021

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VOLUME 13, ISSUE 8  JUNE 28JULY 25, 2021 2021

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SUMMER AHEAD? BURNOUT

Hot weather could once again push the Texas electric grid into tight conditions. ERCOT issued a conservation notice due to unexpected outages June 14-18.

herd immunity Reaching for

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Winter 2020-21 energy projections

Austin Public Health ocials are using 67% of the total population fully vaccinated as the minimum benchmark to reach herd immunity. Here’s how many people in each county would need to receive vaccines to provide collective protection against COVID-19. Numbers are updated as of June 22.

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Just four months after Winter Storm Uri, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, or ERCOT, is anticipating another potentially record- breaking strain on the state’s isolated power grid this summer. Power grid faces summer test after legislature touts xes BY BEN THOMPSON

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Student Dulce Medina receives a vaccine at an Austin Community College clinic.

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Fund by the St. David’s Foundation. It is located at 405 Denson Drive, Austin. www.austintexas.gov/department/reilly- school-park-sel-gardens 4 The Ten Spot , a nail salon and spa, opened a location in Rosedale Village on June 11. Founded in Canada in 2006, The Ten Spot aims to serve “urban professionals on the go” and offers services including manicures, pedicures, waxing, facials, and brow and lash treatments. It is located at 4800 Burnet Road, Ste. 440, Austin. 512-520-8310. www.thetenspot.com COMING SOON 5 Prep ATX , a commercial kitchen space at 1300 E. Anderson Lane, Austin, will open its 55,000-square-foot facility this summer for businesses that want to add to their production capacity, set up a ghost kitchen for delivery and takeout service, or find a home for their consumer packaged goods service. On June 2, Prep ATX announced the first 21 businesses that have signed on, including Tiny Pies and Brooklyn Breakfast Shop. 512-690-2080. www.prepatx.com RELOCATIONS 6 Balance Wellness Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine will relocate no later than early July to 2207 Hancock Drive, Austin, to a larger space just down the road from its original location at 2217 Hancock Drive. Services at Balance Wellness include natural treatments for chronic conditions through the use of acupuncture, dry needling and other therapies. 512-676-5494. www.balanceatx.com

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EXPANSIONS 7 Senior living community Westminster is under construction for two expansions that will offer additional independent and assisted living space: The Carlisle and The Windsor. Construction broke ground in 2020 on the new additions, which will also bring new dining options, exercise facilities, wellness services and a spa. The Windsor is set for move-in in spring 2022, and the Carlisle will welcome new residents in 2023. Westminster is located at 4100 Jackson Ave., Austin. 512-937-1933. www.westminsteraustintx.org/expansion ANNIVERSARIES 8 Esports gaming center Game Republik will celebrate 15 years in business July 17. Located at 3915 Guadalupe St., Austin, Game Republik features games such as Fortnite and Overwatch on PC, Xbox and Playstation. The shop also services gaming consoles and controllers, including both current and classic models. 512-449-2244. www.gamerepublik.net

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NORTHAUSTIN NOWOPEN 1 Houston-based restaurant Local Foods opened a pop-up location in Austin at 5350 Burnet Road on June 19. The pop- up represents Local Foods’ first venture outside of the Houston area, and will serve sandwiches, salads and sides made from primarily local ingredients for takeout and delivery only. The pop-up previews a permanent Austin location for Local Foods, which will open in the Second Street district of downtown at a date to be announced. www.localfoodstexas.com

2 Vegan chicken fast-food chain Project Pollo opened a second Austin location June 22. Project Pollo’s menu includes loaded papas, credo cashew queso, and vegan chicken and burgers. Owner Lucas Bradbury has a goal to open 100 restaurants by 2024, encouraging people to make plant-based dining choices along the way. Project Pollo is located at 2438 Anderson Lane, Austin. www.projectpollo.com 3 Reilly Elementary School opened the Reilly Social and Emotional Learning Gardens on May 26. The space is designed to foster meditation and cooperation through gardening, and was funded with a $130,320 grant to the Austin Ed

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RELOCATIONS 4 Downtown lash spa Betty Lash will relocate to 3500 Jefferson St., Austin, in early July. The salon, which offers lash extensions and lifts, waxing, microblading and skin care treatments, is located at 515 W. 15th St., Austin. Betty Lash has converted two suites into one at the new location, providing an expanded space for the 15-year old business. www.bettylash.com 5 Magik , an Austin-based clothing store, relocated this spring from its Hill Country Galleria storefront at 12912 Hill Country Blvd., Ste. 145, Bee Cave, to 421 E. Sixth St., Austin. Magik offers clothing, shoes and accessories from its in-house brand as well as brands such as Supreme and Nike. The business also offers services such as styling, videography, photography and more. 512-730-0514. www.magikluxe.com NEWOWNERSHIP 6 Los Angeles-based commercial real estate investment trust Kilroy Realty Corp. announced its purchase of Indeed Tower in downtown Austin on June 16. The 36-story building, located at 200 W. Sixth St., sold for $580 million. Indeed Tower was completed in May and is now 57% leased, with around 42% leased by Indeed.com. The approximately 730,000-square-foot tower’s first move-ins are expected in late 2021, according to Kilroy. The property was formerly owned by the University of Texas, and a former UT office building at the site was demolished in 2018. 310-481-8400. www.kilroyrealty.com

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rolls along with East Coast dishes such as New England clam chowder and lobster mac ‘n’ cheese. Daniel Beck, president of Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls, said in an email that the chain is searching for a 2 Cumby Group announced June 9 it had broken ground on Westline, a new boutique community in Clarksville. The neighborhood scheduled to open for residents in spring 2022 will include 16 luxury townhouse-style homes of 2,000- 3,500 square feet with prices beginning at $1.9 million. Westline will be located at 1406 W. Ninth St., Austin, near West second Austin location. www.masonslobster.com 3 Bacalar , a new restaurant from Gabe Erales, will be opening in fall 2022 in the new 44 East development at 44 East Ave., Austin. Erales, a contestant on Bravo’s “Top Chef” TV series and former executive chef at Comedor, named the restaurant after the city on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico where his family roots originated. The 570-foot tower development with 309 residences is scheduled to open in summer 2022. www.bacalaratx.com Austin Neighborhood Park. www.westlineaustin.com

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Resound , a talent buying and creative agency, launched June 7. The agency was founded by Graham Williams, the former owner of major independent concert promoter Margin Walker Presents, which closed in 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic. Resound will focus on booking live music and related marketing and creative projects in Austin and San Antonio. The agency will present shows this summer by artists including Julien Baker, Big Freedia, Bikini Kill and others at major downtown Austin venues, including the Paramount Theatre, Empire Control Room & Garage and ACL Live. www.resoundpresents.com COMING SOON 1 National restaurant chain Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls plans to open in Austin in late summer at 200 Congress Ave., Austin, in the space that formerly housed Second Kitchen + Bar. The new restaurant will serve lobster

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CLOSINGS 7 French bistro Chez Nous has closed after 39 years. Located at 510 Neches St., Austin, the restaurant originally announced a temporary closure in March 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic. Owners Sybil Reinhart-Regimbeau and Pascal Regimbeau, who opened the restaurant along with their late friend, Robert Paprota, announced the closure would be permanent June 14. www.cheznousaustin.com

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chain. Aloft is also planning a new hotel in Southwest Austin near the intersection of MoPac and William Cannon Drive. The company has not shared an expected opening date for that location. https://aloft-hotels.marriott.com 7 Freddo ATX plans to open in late August at 2326 S. Congress Ave., Austin. The coffee shop will have both an indoor space and a patio. Menu offerings will include iced cappuccinos and espresso along with beer, wine and food. The coffee shop will be located in the historic Walter Tips House, which was built in 1876 and restored in the 1970s. www.freddoatx.com 8 Construction topped out on June 10 on The Loren at Lady Bird Lake , a luxury condominium building and hotel at 1211 W. Riverside Drive, Austin. The 225,000-square-foot project will feature 108 guest rooms, 24 condo units, two penthouses and 16,500 feet of restaurant, event and retail space. Construction is set to wrap up in summer 2022. www.thelorenresidences.com ANNIVERSARIES 9 Birds Barbershop is celebrating 15 years in business. The local barbershop chain has grown to nine Austin locations since friends Jayson Rapaport and Michael Portman opened the first store at 2110 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin, in May 2006. Austin-based brewery Independence Brewing created Birds Anniversary Lager in collaboration with Birds. The beer is being served free to customers in Birds stores as of June 1 and is not available for

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4 Restore Hyper Wellness opened at 1100 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 2110, Austin, on June 25 in the Lamar Union development. The Austin-based wellness company offers services including cryotherapy, which uses cold temperatures to reduce inflammation, alleviate pain, boost energy and metabolism. Restore has three existing locations in Austin and an additional three coming soon. www.restore.com 5 Show Me Pizza opened at 2809 S. First St., Austin, on April 14. Co- owners Dimitri Voutsinas and Benjamin Demarchelier, who both have experience in the New York restaurant scene, collaborated to open the Neapolitan pizza restaurant that lets customers watch the pie being prepared and cooked via a Twitch stream. The South First Street location was previously the home of the original Torchy’s Tacos brick-and- mortar until that location closed in 2019. 512-551-2657; 512-551-2658.

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1 Choga Soondubu , a pop-up restaurant specializing in the spicy Korean tofu soup called soondubu, launched at Jjim BBQ, 1100 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 2140, Austin, on June 22. Choga’s menu is available during weekday lunch hours through Sept. 10. The pop-up shares ownership with Jjim and Donkey Mo’s, a Korean fried chicken spot located in Lakeline Mall. www.jjimbbq.com 2 Detroit-style pizzeria Jet’s Pizza opened a new location at 3003 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin, on June 17. It is the third Austin location for the chain, including another at 8900 S. Congress Ave. Jet’s Pizza mixes its dough using a proprietary blend of flour milled exclusively for the brand, and it uses locally sourced meats and vegetables. www.jetspizza.com 3 The Now Massage opened at 1500 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 130, Austin, on June 1. Owned and operated by Austin local Rachel Flowers, the spa offers Swedish massage, deep-tissue therapy, Gua Sha and other treatments. 512-535-6705. www.thenowmassage.com/ south-lamar

10 Mexican restaurant El Alma celebrated 10 years in business in June. El Alma, located at 1025 Barton Springs Road, serves contemporary Mexican cuisine under the leadership of chef Alma Alcocer-Thomas. The restaurant is owned by El Chile group, which manages several other Austin culinary outposts, including El Chile on Manor Road and El Chilito, which has locations in East Austin and South Austin. 512-609-8923. 11 Ascension Medical Group announced June 8 that it would take over primary care services at St. Edward’s University. The medical provider will offer care to students, faculty and staff through the university’s health and counseling center, with services including preventive care, chronic disease management, nutritional counseling, COVID-19 vaccinations and lab services. It is located at 3001 S. Congress Ave., Lady Bird Johnson Hall, Ste. 100, Austin. 512-324-4940. www.stedwards.edu www.elalmacafe.com IN THE NEWS

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Vaughn awaited Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission licensing. The menu features vegan variations on bulgogi tacos, loaded fries, hot dogs, burgers and more. www.sunnysbackyardatx.com 6 Art nonprofit Women & Their Work hosted the grand opening of its permanent gallery space at 1311 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin, on June 10. Previously located at a leased space at 1710 Lavaca St., Women & Their Work purchased and began renovations on the historic East Austin property in 2020. The gallery’s inaugural exhibition, “We Know Who We Are. We Know What We Want,” curated by Vicki Meek, will be on display from July 24-Sept. 21. www.womenandtheirwork.org COMING SOON 7 Austin Regional Clinic will open a new location, ARC East 7th, at 2785 E. Seventh St., Austin, in July. The clinic, which is ARC’s 32nd location in the Central Texas area, will offer family medicine and pediatrics with an on-site lab and radiology. 737-910-6700. www.arceast7th.com 8 Site work on East Austin office campus Springdale Green is now underway following Austin City Council’s rezoning of the property in June. Located at 1017 Springdale Road, the project will add a pair of six-story office towers totaling 872,500 square feet with amenities such as a fitness center, a conference center and terraces, according to property owner Jay Paul Co. Springdale Green is scheduled for completion in the fourth quarter of 2023. 415-263-7400. www.springdalegreen.com RELOCATIONS 9 Texas Farmers’ Market relocated to the pavilion of Mueller’s Mary Elizabeth Branch Park on June 27. Previously located at the Browning Hangar, the pavilion at the corner of Philomena and Aldrich streets offers more than 19,800 square feet of market space near the Aldrich Street shopping district. The market is open each Sunday from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. at 2006 Philomena St., Austin. www.texasfarmersmarket.org

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3 Mayawell , a local prebiotic beverage company that creates drinks that promote gut health, launched a summer pop-up June 7. Moment by Mayawell will serve as a cafe, shop and community center for wellness-centered brands and artists. The four-month pop-up serves coffee and natural wines as well as offerings from Gati Ice Cream and other local brands. It will also host events including art installations and mixology classes. It is located at 2609 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin. https://drinkmayawell.com 4 The Richard A. Moya Eastside Bus Plaza opened June 28. The multimodal transportation hub is an access point for regional and local transit options and will connect users of the Capital Area Rural Transportation System to Capital Metro bus service. The project is a joint venture of six transportation-focused governmental organizations. It is located at 363 Shady Lane, Austin. https://eastsidebusplaza.splashthat.com 5 Sunny’s Backyard , a pub and patio serving a plant-based menu, opened May 20 at 3526 E. Seventh St., Austin. It initially opened as a food truck earlier this year while owners Charrissa and Merritt

NAME CHANGE 10 Boss Babes ATX has rebranded as Future Front Texas . The East Austin nonprofit supports women and nonbinary entrepreneurs and creatives in Texas with funding, workshops, conferences and other resources. The nonprofit will celebrate its rebranding with a free festival Aug. 21-22. Future Front Texas is headquartered inside the Canopy Complex at 916 Springdale Road, Bldg. 4, Austin. www.futurefronttexas.org IN THE NEWS 11 Fortlandia , an art installation located at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, launched a new interactive art experience called “territories.” on the Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail on June 25. Located at Lakeshore Park, “territories.” was designed by the Mark Odom Studio and consists of a fort inspired by the game pickup sticks. www.thetrailfoundation.org/portfolio/ fortlandia

1 Casero , a business that specializes in charcuterie and cheese boards, opened June 2 at 2100 Robert Browning St., Austin, in the space that formerly housed the East Austin Culinary Studio. This is the first permanent brick-and-mortar space for Casero, owned by Jackie Letelier and Emily Stengel. Casero is offering curbside pickup and delivery Wednesday through Saturday, and according to a press release, will expand upon those hours in future phases. 512-655-3102. www.caseroaustin.com 2 De Nada Cantina opened at 4715 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin, on June 2. Sharing ownership with Sawyer & Co., Louisiana Diner, The Get Set concessions and 2 Dine 4 Fine Catering, De Nada features interior Mexican-style tacos served on blue masa corn tortillas. The kitchen is led by the 2 Dine 4 culinary team, with drink offerings—including margaritas—led by Half Step Bar’s Chris Bostick. 512-615-3555. www.denadacantina.com

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TODO LIST

June-July events

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H-E-B and the Austin Symphony Orchestra present the annual Independence Day reworks show. The event is back in person this year after being canceled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. 8 p.m. Free. Vic Mathias Shores, 900 W. Riverside Drive, Austin. 512-476-6064. https://my.austinsymphony. org/july42021 (Courtesy Ricardo Brazziell)

Every Thursday evening this summer, The Long Center and ACL Radio host The Drop-In music series. Socially distanced performances feature artists including Bob Schneider, Gina Chavez and The Los Sundowns. 8 p.m. Free tickets can be reserved online. 512-474-5664. www.thelongcenter.org (Courtesy The Long Center)

Classic lms return to the Paramount Theatre this summer with new titles and dates released throughout the season. Films include “Independence Day” July 3. Masks are optional for fully vaccinated individuals. Various times. $12. 713 Congress Ave., Austin. 512-474-1221. www.austintheatre.org (Courtesy The Paramount Theatre)

30 PRIDE IN LOCALMUSIC LIVESTREAM The Nashville and Austin chambers of commerce are sponsoring this event featuring ve performers from both cities playing at local venues in a livestreamed show. Artists include Patrice Pike and Pleasure Venom in Austin and Alanna Royale and The Blam Blams in Nashville. The livestreamed show is free with optional donations supporting education funds for LGBT students in both cities. 6 p.m. www.prideinlocalmusic.com JULY 15 OUTDOOR FILMAT THE CONTEMPORARY AUSTIN Watch “Blancanieves” (“Snow White”) directed by Pablo Berger at The Contemporary Austin’s Laguna Gloria location. Admission also grants attendees access to the Laguna Gloria grounds and sculpture garden. 8:30 p.m. $25 (one to two guests), $50 (three to four).

JUNE 01 THROUGH JULY 11 WEST CHELSEA CONTEMPORARY PARTNERSWITH ‘QUEER EYE’ STAR Downtown Austin museum the West Chelsea Contemporary hosts an art exhibit curated by Jonathan Van Ness, star of the Netix series “Queer Eye.” Featured artists include Lanecia Rouse, A’Driane Nieves and Ben Medansky. Van Ness’ collaboration is part of West Chelsea Contemporary’s On the Wall program, which aims to support the work of emerging artists. Various times. Free. 512-478-4440. www.wcc.art/jvnxwcc 01 THROUGHAUG. 15 GUITAR EXHIBIT AT THE BULLOCK TEXAS STATE HISTORYMUSEUM Learn about the history of the guitar with the Bullock’s latest exhibit, “Guitar: The Instrument that Rocked the World.” The display includes a collection of rare and

3809 W. 35th St., Austin. 512-458-8191. www.thecontemporaryaustin.org 18 CANE SPIRITS CLASS AT THE ROOSEVELT ROOM Learn to distinguish the subtleties of rum and other cane spirits with a Roosevelt Room master class. Participants age 21 and older taste dierent styles of rum and learn about the history and origins of the spirit. Hors d’oeuvres will be served. Noon-2:30 p.m. Tickets available on Eventbrite. $85. 307 W. Fifth St., Unit B, Austin. 512-494-4094. www.therooseveltroomatx.com 24 AUSTIN TACO& MARGARITA FESTIVAL Taco vendors from around Austin join forces for a celebration of one of Austin’s favorite bites. The 21-and-up event is hosted by Austin City Limits Live at the Moody Theater, and features live music and two free margaritas per person. Masks are required. 4-11 p.m. $15-$49. 310 W. Willie Nelson Blvd., Austin. www.acl-live.com/calender/ taco-margarita-festival

antique guitars along with educational materials about the instrument’s science and history. Various times. Military families get free admission to this exhibit. For other patrons, tickets run $9-$13. 1800 Congress Ave., Austin. www.thestoryoftexas.com 25 THROUGHAUG. 1 TPA BEHIND THE SCENES: HOLLYWOOD’S SISTINE CHAPEL Texas Performing Arts brings an exhibition of 50 mid-century Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer Studios lm backdrops to the University of Texas at Austin’s newly renovated Bass Concert Hall. Eighteen of the backdrops form a replica of the Sistine Chapel from the 1968 lm The “Shoes of the Fisherman” to be displayed in a 360-degree art installation. Tickets are available Thursdays and Fridays from 2:30-5:30 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $10-$20. 2350 Robert Dedman Drive, Austin. 512-471-1444. www.texasperformingarts.org

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TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES

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overseeing the investment, have begun outlining details regarding station and rail line locations. According to a the preliminary plans, the Blue Line traveling from the Austin-Bergstrom Interna- tional Airport to North Austin will cross Lady Bird Lake on a

bridge just east of South Congress Avenue. ATP staff plan to come back to the board July 21 with a presentation that will outline proposed station locations in the downtown area where the Blue and Orange lines will converge, including the planned tunnel.

the early stages of design work on its $7.1 billion Project Connect transit plan in anticipation of beginning construction in 2024. Staff from Capital Metro and the Austin Transit Partnership, the gov- ernment corporation tasked with

ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF JUNE 24. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT CTANEWS@COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM.

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TRANSPORTATION Return of the ‘Dillo? Study looks into newdowntown circulator

THE BUS Bringing back

BY JACK FLAGLER

early in 2021 give more detail on the potential routes, funding options and frequency of the new circulator service. Consultant NelsonNygaard recommends the circulator service be free—just as the ‘Dillo was—and outlined service that would run every ve or 10 minutes, depending on the time of day, with the exibil- ity to increase during large events such as the Austin City Limits Music Festival or South by Southwest Conferences & Festival. Two route options were presented in the report: one from South Con- gress Avenue to Plaza Saltillo in East Austin and the other between the Seaholm District and Rainey Street area. Barry said respondents slightly favored the Plaza Saltillo route, so if only one could be implemented, that would be the preference, but she also said the routes could expand in the future. “It’s always important to focus and condense resources as a start- ing point. Although there are two routes recommended, most of these circulators start with a focus and grow over time,” she said. Both routes combined would cost $5.26 million annually. The report does not identify the funding source specically, but it presents a number of potential options, including Capital Metro, the city of Austin’s hotel occupancy tax funds or major employers in the area. Barry said it is too early to say when the circulators could start running through Austin’s downtown

The Downtown Austin Alliance has been studying the possibility of a free shuttle circulating through downtown over the last year, work- ing to determine the best routes, frequency and type of service that would provide the maximum benet to residents, employees and visitors. Late in 2020, the DAA opened up a survey to hear from residents directly. Some of the comments struck a familiar refrain that will be recognizable to longtime Austinites. “Bring back the ’Dillo,” multiple respondents wrote. One resident cited fond memories riding in the old trolley cars through downtown Austin as a kid, another said revital- izing the downtown shuttle would “replace so many short Uber rides and bad drunken scooter decisions.” The new downtown circulator routes would not be exactly the same as Capital Metro’s old ‘Dillo routes that stopped running in 2009. For one, according to Melissa Barry, vice president of planning at the DAA, the old trolley cars would likely be replaced by more modern public transit vehicles. But Barry said the study came out of a consistent call from the community to restore the service the ‘Dillo provided. “What we’ve heard consistently over the years is a call to bring back the ‘Dillo. That’s one of the main reasons we took this feasibility study on, to be responsive to this request,” Barry said. Results of the study released

A 2021 study from the Downtown Austin Alliance study proposed two circulator routes as free to ride, running seven days a week from morning through night. Each route would have eight to nine stops each along the way.

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streets. Right now, the DAA is focusing on monitoring how travel patterns return to normal as the community continues to recover from the pandemic. The organization is also thinking ahead to how the circulator could align with planned construction projects such as the $4.9 billion I-35 overhaul and Capital Metro’s $7.1 billion Project Connect plan to

revamp public transportation. Construction will be heavy in the downtown area when both those large projects begin, projected in 2024-25, and Barry said the circulator routes could help residents maneuver their way around those signicant construction detours. “We need to continue to monitor and be pretty nimble in how we approach the project,” she said.

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Light Rail is Coming to Austin

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Project Connect will expand and improve our transit network, including new light rail lines, a subway and more services across the city. Project Connect is moving forward! Join us at these upcoming meetings to see the latest designs and updates on the Orange and Blue light rail lines. • In-person open house — Austin Central Library, Saturday 7/31, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. • Live virtual meetings — with

breakout sessions to discuss the projects at a neighborhood level. Tuesday 7/27 – Thursday 8/5

• On-demand virtual open house — review the plans and provide feedback at your convenience. Tuesday 7/27 – Friday 8/27

Visit ProjectConnect.com to learn more. For language translations or accommodations,

call 512-904-0180. Información de la reunión está disponible en español.

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EDUCATION BRIEFS

News from Austin & Dripping Springs ISDs

EDUCATION HIGHLIGHTS TEXAS A bill that would have allowed school districts to provide virtual learning in the fall failed to reach Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk. Austin ISD will return to all learning on-campus. AISD officials said they had been weighing options after the failure of House Bill 1468, but with COVID-19 rates dropping, the district decided conditions will be safe for all students to return in person. AUSTIN ISD Staff, teachers and volunteers went door to door in the Dove Springs area June 26 to inform families about the district’s programs and bring them back to Austin ISD schools. Another block walk is scheduled for July 24 around Eastside Early College High School. Data shows more than 87% of the more than 16,000 students who transferred out of AISD left to attend a charter school in 2019-20. AUSTINAND DRIPPING SPRINGS Families, teachers and students celebrated the high school class of 2021 in graduation ceremonies in late May and early June. Austin ISD’s graduation ceremonies for its 14 high schools took place from May 28-June 3. Safety protocols included masking, temperature checks and distancing. Dripping Springs High School celebrated its graduates May 28 at Tiger Stadium, where masks were optional. Austin ISD Information session, June 10, 5:30 p.m.; Voting meeting, June 24, 5:30 p.m. Dripping Springs ISD Agenda review meeting, June 21, 6 p.m.; Regular meeting, June 28, 6 p.m. Dripping Springs High School auditorium, 940 Hwy. 290, Dripping Springs Austin ISD board meetings are being held virtually. MEETINGSWE COVER

Austinmoves to block PTAs from funding school staffpositions

PTA POSITIONS PULLED Austin ISD moved to no longer allow parent teacher associations to fund staff positions.

BY JACK FLAGLER

passed a law that would prevent districts frommaking decisions such as AISD’s. On May 26, Sen. Dawn Buckingham, R-Lakeway, offered an amendment to the bill addressing school finance to state school districts shall accept donations from PTAs to fund staff positions. That new law goes into effect Sept. 1. Elizalde has argued that means AISD is not subject to the new law this year because the district’s budgeting and staffing process would finish before that date. According to a letter from Sen. Larry Taylor, R-Friendswood, Elizalde passed that information onto PTAs in a June 1 meeting. In the letter, Taylor,

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full- and part-time positions funded by PTAs at Austin ISD in the 2020-21 school year elementary schools that had PTA-funded positions

AUSTIN ISD During the 2020- 21 school year, parent-teacher associations funded 31 full- and part- time positions at elementary schools in the district that included library clerks, tutors and a Spanish teacher. That practice will end, district officials announced, in a decision Austin ISD said will put all its schools on equal footing. “We are a public institution. We exist to serve the public. The minute we become enablers of inequities, we cease to be a public institution and become private,” Superintendent Stephanie Elizalde said in a message posted to AISD’s website May 21. However, the Texas Legislature

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the chair of the Senate Education Committee, requested an opinion on the matter from Attorney General Ken Paxton. AISD has said that all staff in previously PTA-funded positions that were half-time or greater will go into the district’s priority pool and may apply for other vacant positions.

2022 schools bond could be on the ballot for Austin

“THERE IS A MUCH LARGER NEED THAN WE ARE GOING TO BE ABLE TO COME AND ASK FOR” AUSTIN ISD SUPERINTENDENT STEPHANIE ELIZALDE ON A POTENTIAL 2022 BOND ELECTION.

BY JACK FLAGLER

are going to be able to come and ask for,” she said. On May 27, trustees approved a $1.9 million contract that will allow staff to work with consul- tant DLR Group to develop the detailed work plan to establish the roadmap. According to a timeline presented at the meeting, community engagement meetings could be held from September 2021 through the middle of 2022.

allow staff to lay out options regarding the needs of the district and how much of an impact financial investments in a potential bond would make. No matter how much the district ultimately decides to borrow, Superintendent Stephanie Elizalde said at a May 27 board meeting it will not be enough to solve all the facilities challenges within the district. “There is going to be a much larger need than we

AUSTIN ISD Staff and administrators are updat- ing the district’s long- range facilities plan, an accounting of the state of Austin ISD’s buildings that could lay the groundwork for a 2022 bond. The plan was adopted in 2017 before voters who reside within the district voted to approve a $1 billion bond to build new schools and upgrade campuses. Updating the plan will

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