Southwest Austin - Dripping Springs Edition | December 2021

SOUTHWEST AUSTIN DRIPPING SPRINGS EDITION

VOLUME 14, ISSUE 9  DEC. 22, 2021JAN. 25, 2022

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Five-year OakHill Parkway construction project begins

Businesses gear up for road work, welcome change

BY BENTON GRAHAM

center of the Oak Hill Parkway project that is underway. “The thing here is that we are trying tomove. Even before the construction, we were like, ‘Oh yeah, this is a very crowded area for cars,’” Lopez said. “Also, [traveling] the other way, it’s a little bit harder to get into the plaza.” The full force of construction has yet to aect Bene-Fit Nutrition, but the Texas Department of Transportation

When Eduardo Lopez moved from Mexico to Austin in March to open Bene-Fit Nutrition, a healthy smoothie shop, he did not realize his storefront sat in the middle of a $674 million highway project set to last ve years. Just eight months into his three-year lease, Lopez said he is already consid- ering moving away from his location that sits near the Hwy. 290 and Wil- liam Cannon Drive intersection at the

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Oak Hill Parkway, a ve-year project, has been in the works for decades and broke ground in July.

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Central Texans brace for winter after Feb. storm

her exhausted and causing her to lose weight. “I literally froze to death for ve days,” Wilson said. “It was so miserable … I can’t see me weathering another ve-day [freeze].” More than 200 people in Texas died as a result of Winter Storm Uri, including 21 in Austin. The cold led to an unprecedented demand for electricity while it also damaged generator infrastructure. A federal report and a city of Austin audit show that ahead of the storm, the state failed to heed concerns about the grid for years; power gen- erators act on warnings; and the city failed to address known gaps in its emergency response. CONTINUED ON 28

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Almost one year after the deadly Winter Storm Uri caused Texas’ power grid to fail, leaving millions across the state without power or water, residents are taking emergency preparedness into their own hands. For Lynn Wilson, surviving Uri meant braving tem- peratures below 20 degrees in her North Shoal Creek home with a compromised immune system, leaving

Wilson purchased a full home generator after February’s winter storm for $9,000.

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wellness and emergency care visits. The Circle C location at 5700 W. Slaughter Lane, Ste. 380, Austin, is the third in the Austin area. Veterinarians there oer surgeries, dentistry, microchipping and behavioral counseling. 512-980-6555. www.bluebonnetah.com 4 Tso Chinese Delivery opened in South Austin Nov. 27. The location at 2407 S. Congress Ave., Ste. F, Austin, delivers within an approximately 4-mile radius of the kitchen, with William Cannon being the southernmost border of the deliv- ery zone. The company was founded by four Austinites: Min Choe, Angell Tsang, Jenna Choe and Eunice Tsang. They serve Chinese-American classics such as General Tso chicken, honey walnut shrimp and Beijing beef. 512-774-4876. www.tsodelivery.com 5 The 135-room A AC Hotel Austin Hill Country opened Nov. 17 along with its rooftop bar, B Salt + Stone . At 7415 Southwest Parkway, Austin, the hotel by Marriott includes a tness center

and pool, electric car charging stations and about 900 square feet of event space with views of the Hill Country. 512-551-4009. www.marriott.com 6 Freddo ATX opened Dec. 15 in the historic Walter Tips House at 2336 S. Congress Ave., Austin. The coee shop also oers Greek food, beer and wine, served inside the house built in 1876 and on the patio. 512-599-4069. www.freddoatx.com 7 Andre Dinata and Lili Lin, the owners of Bluen Sushi Bar and Ramen , opened their new restaurant Nov. 26. The sushi bar at 5400 Brodie Lane, Ste. 1200, Sun- set Valley serves seafood dishes such as mussels and salmon on a bed of seaweed tempura, in addition to sushi and ramen menus. 512-953-1200. www.bluensushiramen.com 8 Stretch Zone , a facility oering practitioner-assisted stretching, opened Nov. 1 at 4220 W. William Cannon Dr., Ste. 130, Austin. The brand has locations nationwide. The Circle C space’s franchise

owner Tab Barker aims to help customers increase exibility and range of motion in a strategic and structured manner. 512-300-0619. www.stretchzone.com/ locations/circle-c COMING SOON 9 A new Total Men’s Primary Care loca- tion is set to open at 5800 W. Slaughter Lane, Ste. 310, Austin, in the rst quarter of 2022. The space will be the brand’s 20th in the Austin area. The clinic will treat a variety of ailments including men’s issues such as erectile dysfunction and low testosterone. 512-759-8385. www.totalmens.com 10 Chef Ling Qi Wu will open Ling Wu Restaurant in 2022. This will be her third restaurant. The chef is also behind Lin Asian Bar in Clarksville and Qi in downtown Austin. The new restaurant, at 7415 Southwest Parkway, Austin, will serve dumplings, noodles and raw sh dishes. www.linasianbar.com

1 Oasthouse Kitchen + Bar opened its second location in Austin Dec. 15. It is operated by the same team of brothers who created District Kitchen + Cocktails and Keepers Coastal Kitchen. The new Southwest Austin location at 5701 W. Slaughter Lane, Ste. D, serves a German- inspired menu with other international 2 Local day care service The Learning Experience opened its newest center at 7912 Hwy. 290, Austin, on Nov. 29. The day care serves children ages 6 weeks to 5 years. The Learning Experience, owned by Austinites Anand Chhitubhai and Snehal Bhakta, focuses on play, aiming to make early education fun and engaging. 512-890-3264. www.thelearningexperience.com oerings. 512-284-7600 www.oasthouseaustin.com 3 Austin-based Bluebonnet Animal Hospital opened Dec. 13, oering both

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NAME CHANGE 16 Austin Regional Clinic renamed its telemedicine service program Oct. 18. NormanMD , formerly called eMD Access, is now named for Dr. Norman Chenven, who founded ARC. The service oers di- rect messaging, voice and video chat, and image uploads with medical profession- FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN Taco Margarita , owned by Dripping Springs resident Christian Stoopen, opened Nov. 21. Stoopen, from Mexico City, opened the restaurant at 12005 Hwy. 290 E., Austin, with his mother- in-law, Betty Gilmore. Stoopen said they focus on making tacos and a few other menu items with fresh ingredients daily. Their signature dish is tacos al pastor, which includes pork slow cooked in a traditional manner on a vertical spit. 512-291-7749. www.tacomargarita.us

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11 Plasma donation company Octapharma Plasma plans to open its rst donation center in Austin in spring 2022. The new location at 500 W. William Cannon Drive, Ste. 438A, Austin, will be the company’s 22nd center in the state. The company serves more than 400,000 donors annually and aims to make the experience safe and comfortable. www.octapharmaplasma.com RELOCATIONS 12 The Piazza Center , a plastic surgery and advanced skin care provider, doubled the size of its clinic with a move to 5920 W. William Cannon Drive, Bldg. 7, Ste. 200, Austin, from its old space at 7900 FM 1826. Dr. Rocco Piazza’s specialties are breast enhancements and tummy tucks. 512-956-4472. www.thepiazzacenter.com 13 Graphics Guys , which oers custom car wraps, has been in business since 1998. On Dec. 2, owner Byron Mowery, an Austin resident since 1996, moved the

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14 The South Austin location of Big Frog Custom T-Shirts marked a decade in busi- ness in December. Big Frog has roughly 100 stores in the country and 18 in Texas. The 5400 Brodie Lane, Ste. 235, Austin, location is locally owned by Susan B. Hitt. 512-899-3764. www.bigfrog.com 15 TexStar Chiropractic will celebrate 10 years in the Austin area this January. Founder Dr. Michael Henry grew up in Manchaca south of Austin. TexStar has provided physical rehab and traditional chiropractic care to over 3,000 Austin-area residents. The South Austin location is at 4601 Southwest Parkway, Ste. 101, Austin. A new Belterra location is scheduled to open in January. 512-899-2228. www.texstarchiro.com

opened in 1957. The new facility will be 145,000 square feet, more than twice the current size. Construction is expected to take two years. A temporary store will open adjacent to the Twin Oaks Shopping Center. 512-442-2354. www.heb.com CLOSINGS 18 Inatable play space Locomotion closed Nov. 21, after local owner Lynelle Sylliaa was approached by someone looking to lease the space at 9811 Vikki Terrace, Austin. Sylliaa decided it was a

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13341 W. Hwy. 290, Ste. 102, Dripping Springs, is in the new Sawyer Ranch Crossing oce development. TexStar Chiropractic is celebrating its ten-year anniversary. Chiropractors Cole Roemer and Michael Henry who work at the location grew up in the Austin area and have a combined 26 years of experience. 512-899-2228. 4 Treaty Oak Distillery celebrated 15 years in business this October with a celebration at 16604 Fitzhugh Road, Dripping Springs. Founder and CEO Daniel Barnes grew up in West Texas. When he started Treaty Oak Distilling in 2006, it was the fourth distillery operating in Texas. 512-400-4023. www.treatyoakdistilling.com www.texstarchiropractic.com ANNIVERSARIES

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Nov. 16 at 421 Sportsplex Drive, Ste. B, Dripping Springs. Owner Suni Howard and her ve experienced groomers specialize in spa baths, nail trimming and low-shed treatments. Howard oers a 10% discount for military and rst responders, and the 11th grooming is free. 512-894-2039. www.happyhoundpetsalon.com COMING SOON 3 TexStar Chiropractic plans to open its Belterra location Jan. 3. The space at

1 Pig Pen Barbecue opened Nov. 5 at 301 W. Hwy. 290, Dripping Springs. Co-owners and partners Bill Warren and Michelle Matthews served menu items including pulled pork and brisket sandwiches from their food truck before opening the brick-and-mortar. 512-858-0060. www.pigpen-bbq.com 2 Family-owned and -operated groomer Happy Hound Pet Salon opened

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Austin country singer Weldon Henson will ring in the new year at Mercer Dancehall. Henson’s style echoes vintage honky-tonks. 8 p.m. $30 entry fee (does not guarantee a table), $170 (table for four). 23490 Ranch Road 12, Driftwood. 512-858-4314. www.mercerdancehall.com (Courtesy Weldon Henson)

Lightwire Theater—which was featured on “America’s Got Talent”—will put on an electroluminescent puppet show based on Aesop’s fable of “The Tortoise and the Hare.” The show is set 10 years after the race. 2 p.m. $21-$25. Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress Ave., Austin. 512-472-5470. www.austintheatre.org (Courtesy Barry Mendelson)

Oak + Lotus Yoga will host a slow yoga session with local cellist Liz Lee playing live in an atmospheric style. Live Cello + Yin events are priced on a sliding scale, so participants pay the amount that suits their budget. 7 p.m. 510 E. St. Elmo Road, Ste. B-3, Austin. 512-240-2709. www.oakandlotusyoga.com (Courtesy Alia Khan)

31 TOAST TO 2022WITH AMERICANAACTS The Saxon Pub will celebrate the new year with a complimentary champagne toast and two musical acts, singer-songwriter Guy Forsyth and Americana band South Austin Moonlighters. 8 p.m. $50-$65. 1320 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin. 512-448-2552. www.thesaxonpub.com. 31 GET FESTIVEWITH FIREWORKS The city’s New Year’s Eve event will feature a rework show at Vic Mathias Shores. To avoid gatherings due to COVID-19, city-organized activities, vendors and entertainment will not be present in the park. The show can also be watched virtually at atxn.tv. Free. 10 p.m. 700 W. Riverside Dr., Austin. www.austintexas.gov/event/austins-new- year-reworks-afar JANUARY 02 GET A RUNNING START IN 2022 The annual USA Fit Resolution Race will start at the Central Texas Food Bank. A portion of the proceeds will benet the food bank. 7:30 a.m. (half marathon begins), 7:45 a.m. (5K begins).

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Arboretum. 6-9 p.m. (Thu.-Sun); closed Dec. 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1. $10-$20. Free (ages 4 and under), $15 (ages 5-17), $25 (ages 18 and up), discounts available for members. 4801 La Crosse Ave., Austin. 512-232-0100. www.wildower.org THROUGHMAY 08 CELEBRATE BLACKARTISTS The Blanton Museum of Art exhibition “Assembly,” showcases pieces from 12 Black Americans. Normal hours. $12 (adults); $10 (65 years and up); $5 (13-17 years old); free (members, University of Texas ID holders, children age 12 and under, military ID holders and teachers). Thursdays are free for all. 200 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Austin. 512-471-5482. www.blantonmuseum.org 30 GET FOLKYWITH IT Folk singer-songwriter Cactus Lee will perform at Sam’s Town Point the night before New Year’s Eve. Lee’s original repertoire includes songs such as “If Rona Don’t Do It (That Fast Livin’ Will).” 8 p.m. $20. Sam’s Town Point, 2115 Allred Dive, Austin. 512-965-6028. www.samstownpointatx.com

$40. 6500 Metropolis Drive, Austin. www.usatrrrace.com 02 , 08, 09 RECYCLE THE TREE Austin residents who want their Christmas tree to become mulch can drop theirs o at Zilker Park on three collection days. City curbside customers can leave their trees at the curb on their regular collection day starting Dec. 26. Other locations accepting trees for free are listed on the city’s website. 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. 2207 Lou Ne Road, Austin. www.austintexas.gov 05 HEAD BACK TO SCHOOL Classes resume for Austin ISD and Dripping Springs ISD students after more than two weeks of winter break. www.austinisd.org, www.dsisdtx.us 12 GET FREEMULCH Christmas trees collected by the city in early January will become mulch. The free gardening product will be available on a rst-come, rst-served basis. The mulch giveaway date is subject to change due to weather. 9 a.m. 2207 Lou Ne Road, Austin. www.austintexas.gov

WALK INAWINTERWONDERLAND The Maywald family lights up their Southwest Austin house every year for the Maywald Christmas Lights display. Visitors can park near the property. The event is free, and the Maywalds ask for donations to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. It is open nightly except when it is raining. 6-10 p.m. 10505 Twilight Vista, Austin. www.maywaldchristmasdisplay.weebly.com THROUGHDEC. 31 SIP, SHOP AND STROLL Music Lane and the South Congress Shopping District have teamed up for the SoCo Stroll, featuring window displays, holiday lights starting at dusk and frequent live music. Free. Times vary. www.musiclaneatx.com/socostroll THROUGH JAN. 30 DELIGHT INHOLIDAY LIGHTS The Lady Bird Johnson Wildower Center will host its winter light event through January. Visitors walk a path dotted by lights to see art installations in the Texas

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TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES Capital Metromakes historic wage increase The Amalgamated Transit Union, the union that represents bus operators and mechanics, came to an agreement with Capital Metro’s service contractor, MV Transportation, to start bus operators’ wages at $22 per hour and mechanics’ wages at $31 per hour. Those numbers represent increases up to 30% for bus operators and up to 13% for mechanics. Both positions typically work 44 hours per week, which includes overtime, Capital Metro spokesperson Tawaun Cole said. According to documents provided to Community Impact Newspaper , the wage increases represent one of the largest in Capital Metro history. “Our sta has been on the front lines of the pandemic for the last two years, so this is not only a great way to support our workforce but also to ensure that we are providing equitable, competitive wages and benets to such dedicated public servants,” Capital Metro Deputy

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CEO Dottie Watkins said in the press release. Capital Metro has the funds available to increase wages in part due to the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill signed by President Joe Biden on Nov. 15, a Capital Metro spokesperson said. The transit agency is 100 operators short of full stang, which has caused the reduction frequencies on 20 of its bus routes.

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Bergstrom Spur Trail The Austin Public Works Urban Trails Program is turning an abandoned rail corridor into an urban trail for foot and bike trac. Bergstrom Spur Trail will be about 6.5 miles long. It will run from Vinson Drive in South Austin to East Riverside Drive and US 183 in Southeast Austin and connect several parks, neighborhoods and destinations. Timeline: currently in planning phase for all three sections of the project; estimated completion for the entire project is winter 2025 Cost: TBD Funding source: 2018 mobility bond,

tasked with running the ATP. Awais Azhar, a member of the Planning Our Communities leadership team and ATX Mobility Coalition, said he appreciates the openness of the three groups to change the agreement. “I think at last we’re in a place where this really gets us closer to what we would have wanted,” Azhar said. “I think this is closer to the intent of what we would have hoped for, and to be honest, I think what everybody hoped for.” He added the document now addresses concerns raised by the ATX Mobility Coalition around equity, labor and ATP leadership. He said it gives the community advisory committee, a group that advises the three parties on equity considerations, a clear role.

The joint powers agreement for Project Connect, a $7.1 billion investment in public transit investment, has received approval from all three government bodies overseeing it. Several community groups have since given the plan a green light. The document identies the responsibilities of the groups involved with carrying out Project Connect: the Austin Transit Partnership, Capital Metro and the city of Austin. It received approval from Austin City Council on Nov. 4, Capital Metro on Nov. 10, and the Austin Transit

Partnership board on Nov. 17. “It’s not perfect, but then again, what is perfect? I think it was negotiated in the spirit of true compromise between the three bodies, and I think it’s a good document,” ATP Board Member Tony Elkins said. “What I’d like to say to the community is, ‘We heard you.’” The document initially faced opposition from a coalition of community groups during a joint meeting among the three groups Oct. 29. The coalition raised questions about equity language, labor oversight and who would be

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REGIONALDEVELOPMENT Four Seasons to open first residential property off of Lake Austin in 2025

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with 40-foot pools. The property will feature amenities such as a private marina, a lake clubhouse, a covered gar- den, an athletic center, a spa, a 300-foot innity edge pool, a theater, a private restaurant, nature trails and a private park. The property will be the rst of its kind in Texas and the rm’s fth location worldwide. Four Seasons is dedicating 1,466 feet of the property’s cli area to become a public overlook and park overlooking Lake Austin, the Penny- backer Bridge, the Austin Country Club golf course and downtown Austin’s skyline, according to the company’s environmental statement. The rm will also fund the construction of 25 free parking spaces accessing the overlook. Four Seasons has agreed to protect 75% of her- itage trees, large trees that have been designated as irreplaceable, throughout the site and will dedicate 90 acres of the property to be protected green and parkland space. Additionally, the company will employ Dark Sky design guidelines, which aim to keep stars visible at night.

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced plans Nov. 15 to build a 179-unit residential property o Lake Austin in West Austin. The Four Seasons partnered with Austin Capital Partners and real estate investment rm Hines for the development called the Four Seasons Private Residences Lake Austin. “The overlook has about 250,000 visitors a year and naturally attracts people. It has this depth and the view of the bridge, the lake, the golf course, the city skyline,” Austin Capital Partners CEO Jonathan Coon said. The 145-acre private residence community, which will be located on Bridge Point Parkway west of Loop 360 and the Pennybacker Bridge, is expected to break ground in 2023 and open in 2025, according to the news release. The community will feature 18 buildings—each 45 feet higher than the top of the hill—and 179 resident spaces priced at $4 million and up. Residential spaces range from 1,900-square- foot condominiums, 7,000-square-foot four-bed- room units and 3,000-square-foot penthouses

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SOURCE: FOUR SEASONS HOTELS AND RESORTS COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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NEWS BRIEFS Three cases of omicron variant detected in Travis County, AustinPublic Health says

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COVID-19 INAUSTIN Austin and Travis County remains at safety requirement level 3 as hospitalizations remain low but community spread rises. This data is updated as of Dec. 15.

BY MAGGIE QUINLAN

Austin City Council approved an ordinance Dec. 2 that grants the city’s newly formed office of civil rights enforcement authority, creating local civil and criminal penalties for civil rights violations. Carol Johnson, the city’s first civil rights officer, said at a press conference ahead of the vote that the new powers will make existing workplace and civil rights protections enforceable. Speakers, including City Council Member Greg Casar, who sponsored the item, pointed out how the ordinance will support Black workers, members of the LGBTQ community and formerly incarcerated people. “With the establishment of the civil rights office here in the last budget and now the civil rights ordinance today,” Casar said, “Austinites will know that we have your backs—that if you face sexual harassment, you have a place to come. That if you are discriminated against at work, or out on the street, that you have somebody to call who can enforce those civil rights ordinances.”

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Three people in Austin and Travis County have preliminary tested positive for the COVID-19 omicron variant, according to Austin Public Health. “It was inevitable,” Austin Mayor Steve Adler said of the detection. “It is now more important than ever to get the vaccine and your booster shots.” The University of Texas at Austin Health Services notified APH of the results. It will confirm the results through genetic sequencing, according to a press release. The cases were not confirmed as of press time, Dec. 17. The three people infected have not traveled internationally, which offers a “strong indication” of community transmission of the omicron variant in the area, the release said. Dr. Desmar Walkes, Austin-Travis County health authority, said the community has already dealt with the consequences of the delta variant’s spread. “Our mission and our approach remain the same,” Walkes said. “Get vaccinated; get boosters; stay home if you are sick; wear your masks to protect yourself, your loved ones and our hospital systems from this virus.”

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SOURCE: AUSTIN PUBLIC HEALTH/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does not know how the speed of omicron’s transmission will compare to the delta variant. Health researchers expect vaccines will protect against hospitalizations and death from the omicron variant, but they also expect breakthrough infections in people who are already vaccinated, according to the CDC.

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Tesla officially names Texas gigafactory as its newheadquarters

TESLA’S HEADQUARTERS AND GIGAFACTORY

New paperwork confirms that Tesla’s headquarters will be located on the same property as its East Austin gigafactory.

BY OLIVIA ALDRIDGE

The decision to relocate was inspired by Tesla’s expected growth in Texas, Musk said at the meeting. “There’s a limit to how big you can scale it in the Bay Area,” he said. “Here in Austin, our factory is like five minutes from the airport and 15 minutes from downtown. And we’re going to create an ecological paradise here, surrounded by the Colorado River. It’s gonna be great.” Production out of the factory, which is slated to manufacture the new Tesla Cybertruck, other vehicles and batteries used in the company’s cars, is set to begin by the end of the year, Musk confirmed in October, with production in full swing by the end of 2022.

Tesla officially relocated its headquarters to the site of its new Austin-area gigafactory Dec. 1, according to a filing from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The form 8-K filing listed 13101 Harold Green Road, Austin, as the electric carmaker’s new headquarters, the same site as Giga Texas. CEO Elon Musk first announced the company would relocate its main business address to Austin from Fremont, California, at an annual stockholders meeting in October. However, Musk did not specify if Giga Texas would share an address with the company’s new headquarters at the time.

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SAMSUNG’S INVESTMENT Samsung confirmed it will open its new facility in Taylor.

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experience, opened to the public in July. It sits behind the Highland Mall in North Austin. In October, a city memo laid out that the board of adjustment and land-use commissions would be moving their meetings to the 5,000-square-foot City of Austin Permitting and Development Center, at 6310 Wilhelmina Delco Drive, Austin. Jim Duncan, a former zoning and platting commission vice chair, pointed out most of South Austin is more than 10 miles from the new location. Assistant City Manager Rodney Gonzalez said the city will work to address the concerns. City Council will vote on the issue next year.

City of Austin staff have asked the board of adjustment and land-use commissions to move their meetings from City Hall to a new location in the Highland area, but members of the board and commissions said they believe the new location will block public engagement. At a special meeting Nov. 29, several board and commission members said for South Austin residents the commute to the new center could prevent them from attending. The city of Austin’s new Permitting and Development Center, designed to streamline

SOURCE: WILLIAMSON COUNTY/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Austin, Travis County officials react to Samsung’s plans for $17 billon Taylor facility

BY BRIAN RASH, DARCY SPRAGUE

“I look forward to continuing to work with Samsung as they expand their Central Texas footprint now and in years to come,” Brown said in a statement. Samsung currently has a facility in northeast Austin, which will remain active. “Our 25-year history with Samsung is a valued relationship and one that is not ending. The announcement of Samsung’s investment is about an additional expansion and not about relocating their Austin facility,” Austin City Manager Spencer Cronk said in a statement.

After almost a year of both Williamson County and Travis County vying for a new $17 billion facility, Samsung announced it had chosen the former. On Nov. 23, the company announced it will locate the 6 million-square-foot plant, which is expected to bring 1,800 jobs, in Taylor. In his response, Travis County Judge Andy Brown highlighted Samsung’s continued commitment to the Austin area.

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