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Winterizing city facilities prioritized following February arctic blast

BY KELSEY THOMPSON

While the ice has thawed and temperatures have returned to normal following February’s winter storm, the cities of Round Rock, Pugerville and Hutto have renewed conversations on how to further winterize city facilities and water systems to prevent a similar crisis from ever happening again. At the peak of the winter storm’s arctic blast across Texas, approximately 14.9 million state residents experienced disrupted water service, according to

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A Februarywinter storm led to sub-freezing temperatures, icy roadways and power outages across Texas. (Courtesy SGinaphoto)

Record-breaking housing demand changing the real estatemarket BY CLAIRE RICKE

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the market in a matter of hours. But for buyers, the rising costs and low hous- ing inventory are making it dicult to nd a home. “You see stu on the internet about the hottest markets in the U.S., and Austin pretty consistently seems the hottest market in the U.S.,” said Round Rock Broker Walter Rock with Rock CONTINUED ON 26

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A mounting spike in home values has sellers in Round Rock, Pugerville and Hutto pocketing an additional 20% or more, according to area Realtors, equating up to $175,000 above the ask- ing price. Real estate agents are reporting some of the strongest sales in their careers with homes being snatched o

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ROUND ROCK NOWOPEN 1 Louisiana Crab Shack opened a location at 2250 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Ste. 215, Round Rock, in late 2020. Menu items include shrimp, crab and crawfish plates; hush puppies; oysters; and gum- bo. www.louisianacrabshackaustin.com 2 Nequiz Salon opened at 51 Limmer Loop, Round Rock, in February. The salon offers haircuts, nails, beard trims, waxing, facials, and hair coloring services for men and women. 512-300-0502. https://nequizsalon.com 3 Reptiroom LLC opened Feb. 27 at 2111 Sam Bass Road, Ste. B1900, Round Rock. The shop offers reptile exhibits and spe- cializes in the sale of reptiles, feeders and habitats. www.instagram.com/toeknee05 4 Strive Athletics ATX opened Jan. 11 at 15501 N. FM 620, Ste. 300. Programs include CrossFit and high-intensity inter- val training workouts. Coaches work with

RELOCATIONS 11 Hall Roofing and Construction relocated to a new office space at 1823 N. Mays St., Round Rock, on Jan. 20. Services include residential roofing repairs and inspections as well as exterior

clients for individualized scheduling and health goals. 512-436-8444. www.striveathleticsatx.com COMING SOON 5 Aspire Vision Care is under con- struction at 17261 Smyers Lane, Round Rock, according to city development documents and site signage. The business offers comprehensive eye exams, vision therapy and eye care services. The new location will open in July or August. www.aspirevisioncare.com 6 A Chipotle Mexican Grill location will open at 17100 RM 620, Round Rock, in The Point at 620 retail center. The menu includes burritos and burrito bowls, sal- ads, tacos, chips and queso as well as kids meals. An opening date has not yet been announced. www.chipotle.com 7 Cork & Barrel Craft Kitchen + Micro- brewery will celebrate its grand opening March 17 at 4000 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock. Cork & Barrel has an on-site

microbrewery and outdoor beer garden. www.corkandbarrelpub.com 8 A Gerber Collision & Glass location is under construction at 1401 N. I-35, Round Rock. Gerber Collision specializes in auto and collision repairs, dents and scratches in addition to bumper and fender repairs. An opening date has not yet been announced. www.gerbercollision.com 9 The Kebab Shop will open a Round Rock location at 2800 S. I-35, Ste. 304, Round Rock, this summer. The restaurant has locations in East Austin and the Arbo- retum, with menu items including falafel, kebabs, carved chicken, carved lamb/ 10 A QuikTrip is under construction at 2951 N. A.W. Grimes Blvd., Round Rock. The chain gas station also operates as a convenience store. An opening date has not yet been announced. www.quiktrip.com beef, wraps and salads. www.thekebabshop.com

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Limestone Commercial Drive, Puger- ville. The drive-thru coee shop’s menu oers cold brews, Americanos, specialty espresso drinks, teas, smoothies and pastries, and more. An opening date has not yet been announced. www.dutchbros.com 4 The Kebab Shop conrmed a Puger- ville location is underway at 18616 Lime- stone Commercial Drive, Pugerville. The business will open in late spring 2021, around May or June. The restaurant has locations in East Austin and the Arbore- tum, with menu items including falafel, 5 Billiard Factory will open a location in Stone Hill Town Center at 19116 Lime- stone Commercial Drive, Pugerville. The store sells pool tables, game room furniture, shueboards, billiard accesso- ries and additional game sets. The store will open in late 2021. www.billiardfactory.com IN THE NEWS 6 P. Terry’s Burger Stand announced Feb. 8 dine-in services resumed at 50% capacity at 19 Austin metro locations, including in Pugerville at 18801 FM 685. Takeout and drive-thru services are also available. Dining rooms were closed March 2020 due to the pandemic. Menu items include beef and vegetarian kebabs, wraps and salads. www.thekebabshop.com

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The City of Hutto has called for a public hearing on the creation of a Public Improvement District after receiving a petition for the creation of the Public Improvement District in compliance with state law. • The public hearing will be held at Hutto City Council Chambers, 500 W. Live Oak St., Hutto, Texas at 7 pm on March 18, 2021. • The proposed Public Improvement District is proposed to include approximately 370 acres of land, as shown on the included map. • All costs associated with the Public Improvement District will be paid by special assessments levied on only property within the Public Improvement District or by the owner of property within the Public Improvement District. • Any member of the public is permitted to come and give public comments during the public hearing. • The full petition and legal notice can be found at https://tinyurl.com/HuttoPID in Item 9.1.

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CODY JOHNSON CONCERT DELL DIAMOND

Country music singer Cody Johnson is headlining a live concert at Dell Diamond through a partnership with the Round Rock Express, 98.1 KVET and KASE 101. The Dell Diamond eld will be divided into individual 6-foot-by-6-foot square pods with a clear path on all sides. The seating bowl has been recongured to maintain social distancing. Barriers are in place around the eld and seating bowl to enforce restrictions. Tickets from $37-$360. 6 p.m. (gates), 7:30 p.m. (concert). 3400 E Palm Valley Blvd, Round Rock. www.milb.com/round-rock/fans/events

antique car or truck. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. 301 W. Bagdad, Round Rock. Facebook: Round Rock Car Show 23 VIRTUAL POWER LUNCH The public is invited to virtually join Round Rock Chamber investors to learn more about issues in the business community. The keynote speaker is Reid Ryan, the CEO of Ryan Sanders Sports & Entertainment. 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Future Investor Ticket $15, Investor Ticket $10. https://web.roundrock chamber.org/events 23 APPRENTICESHIPS: HOWTHEY WORK This Round Rock ISD event will help stu- dents plan for after high school to “earn while you learn.” The online seminar will show students how to earn an industry certication in Central Texas. 6-7:15 p.m. Free. Online event. https://communityeducation. roundrockisd.org 24 “WELCOME TO KINDERGARTEN” VIRTUAL TOWNHALL The Round Rock ISD virtual event “Welcome to Kindergarten” will answer questions for parents about their child becoming a member of RRISD Class of 2034. Early childhood educators and op- erations sta will give tips on preparing students for Kindergarten. 6-7 p.m. Free. Sign-up for Zoom link. 512-464-5000. https://roundrockisd.org/kindergarten 27 HIPPO STAMPEDE 5K You can walk or run the second annual virtual Hippo Stampede 5K or hop on a bike for the 15K bike ride. The proceeds from the event go to the Hutto Women’s Alliance scholarship fund. Purple attire to support the HWA is en- couraged. 7 a.m.-11:59 p.m. $15 (age 18 or

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CHICKAPALOOZA Every Saturday in March the nonprot Simple Sparrow Care Farm is hosting its annual farmers market and petting zoo. Chicks and rabbits will be available to purchase. All proceeds go to Simple Spar- row Care Farm to provide mental health services and care farm programs. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. $5 (general admission), $20 (family admission). 1601 CR 107, Hutto. Eventbrite: Chick-A-Palooza 15 FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP: MENTAL HEALTH This free support group oers help to family, partners and parents of someone with a mental health condition. The goal is to let people know they are not alone while nding strength in a supportive community. 3-4:30 p.m. Pugerville Pub- lic Library, 1008 Puger St., Pugerville. https://events.time.ly/cr8y5ok 19 BIZ.ABILITY: RESOURCES FOR SMALL BUSINESSES This free virtual workshop, hosted by the Round Rock Public Library and Austin SCORE, aims to help entrepreneurs and small-business owners utilize Geographic Information System data and demograph- ic data to expand a business. Preregister to receive the Zoom meeting information. Noon-1:30 p.m. www.roundrocktexas. gov/event/biz-ability-city-gis-resources- for-small-business/ 21 ROUND ROCK CAR SHOW This free, family-friendly car show is hosted by the Round Rock Police Ocers Association and the city of Round Rock. No loud music or drag/street racing is permitted. Anyone is invited to show their collector, classic, favorite, sport, or

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PROJECT UPDATES Old Austin-Hutto Road Phase 1 of the Old Aus- tin-Hutto Road project, from Pecan Street to Poppy Pass, has been extended through the end of March due to un- anticipated delays. All three phases of construction are still expected to be complet- ed before February 2022. Timeline: Completed by 2022 Status: Phase 1 of construc- tion Old Settlers Extension The Old Settlers Extension project is currently in the preliminary design phase as the city of Round Rock seeks public input online. The proj- ect will connect Old Settlers Boulevard from North Red Bud Lane (CR 122) to CR 110. The extension is planned to be a four-lane divided section with a bridge segment.

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secure government-operated cloud. Sensitive credit card and banking information are now encrypted. MORE ONLINE OPTIONS AT TXTAG.ORG: • convert Pay By Mail account to TxTag account; • assign TxTag stickers to specic vehicles; • reactivate suspended tags; • activate TxTag purchase from retail stores; • track account correspondence and inquiries; • add or update authorized users; and • improved live chat support. SOURCE: TXTAG COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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launched a new website with upgraded customer service features to make bill paying easier. TxTag, which is oper- ated by the Texas Department of Transportation, is an elec- tronic toll-collecting system. The new operational system was unveiled Jan. 11 to improve the TxTag experience. The mobile- friendly website has stronger security and streamlined features. Representatives from TxTag are also now utilizing advanced technology to resolve issues faster. To sign up for TxTag it should now only take about ve minutes using a license plate number. Current customers will need to update their login credentials when

During the transition to the new system, toll transactions from October to January started posting to accounts Jan. 11. While the system is catching up, TxTag is alerting customers they might notice several transactions since October posting in one day. For those enrolled in the AutoPay program, TxTag encourages customers to check their balance to ensure there are enough funds to cover the costs. Customers who add a credit card to their account or join AutoPay will be automatically charged for amounts owed at that time. Improvements to security were made to data processing and customer information. The data is now stored in a

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WEATHER Winter conditions bring outages to isolated Texas power grid

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas manages an electric grid that covers most of Texas and is disconnected from larger interconnections covering the rest of the U.S.

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Winter collapse A Feb. 11 news release from ERCOT stated the agency issued notices from Feb. 8-11 about the cold weather expected to hit Texas and that gener- ators were asked to prepare for it. ERCOT followed with a Feb. 14 notice asking customers to reduce electricity through Feb. 16. The next day, ERCOT announced the council had begun rotating outages at 1:25 a.m. Feb. 15. More than 4.3 million Texans were without power the morning of Feb. 16, according to poweroutage.us. Despite early warnings, Ramanan Krishnamoorti, a chemical engineer- ing professor and chief energy ocer at the University of Houston, said he believes the state’s reliance on market conditions to manage supply and demand is partially responsible for outages given providers’ lack of incen- tive to begin production in advance of the supply shortage. He and Cohan also cited a low supply of natural gas. “The shortfall in natural gas supply is about 20 times as large as the shortfall in wind supply compared to expectations for a winter peak cold event,” Cohan said. Planning ahead The statewide outages were the fourth such event in ERCOT’s history. One result of the February 2011 event—also caused by winter weather—was the publication of a federal report outlining past failures of power generators and recommending ERCOT and other authorities make winterization eorts a top concern.

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WESTERN INTERCONNECTION Includes El Paso and far West Texas 1 EASTERN INTERCONNECTION Includes portions of East Texas and the panhandle region 2 3

Widespread power outages prompted by severe weather across Texas in February led to increased focus on the Electric Reliability Coun- cil of Texas, which manages statewide electric power ow. The failure of portions of the state’s power grid left millions of Texans without electric service the week of Feb. 15-19. As blackouts and power restoration eorts continued, public ocials, including Gov. Greg Abbott, called for an investigation of ERCOT. ERCOT did not respond to phone calls or email requests for comment. An independent system Texas’ power grid has long been controlled within the state, separate from eastern and western North Amer- ican interconnects. Founded in 1970, ERCOT operates under the supervision of the Public Utility Commission of Texas and the Texas Legislature and manages most of the state’s electric system and retail market. ERCOT ocials have highlighted benets of the insular system in the past, although its disconnect from the continent’s larger grids has left it prone to isolation issues during high-demand events, such as Febru- ary’s winter storms, experts said. “Staying independent keeps the management of our power systems within Texas. But it means that we can barely import any power when we need it most,” Daniel Cohan, a Rice University civil and environmental engineering professor, said via email.

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ERCOT’s grid provides electric

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ERCOT provides for 26 million customers.

ERCOT’s grid includes 46,500 miles of transmission.

power to the majority of Texans.

90% of Texas’ electrical load.

Real-time data varies, but more than half of ERCOT’s generation capacity comes from natural gas. Experts cited a natural gas shortage in February’s power outages.

POWER BREAKDOWN

2021 ERCOT grid power generating capacity 51% Natural gas 4.9% Nuclear

24.8% Wind 3.8% Solar

13.4% Coal 1.9% Other

0.2% Storage

TRACKING THE OUTAGES Millions of Texans lost power during winter storms Feb. 15-18.

• At 1:25 a.m. Feb. 15 , ERCOT began rotating outages from customers statewide • As much as 16,500 megawatts removed

• 4.3 million Texans were without power at 9 a.m. Feb. 16 SOURCES: ELECTRIC RELIABILITY COUNCIL OF TEXAS, PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF TEXAS, POWEROUTAGE.US COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

from the grid due to forced outages Feb. 15 • 1 megawatt can power about 200 households during peak demand

Beyond just following previous recommendations, the state and power suppliers could have further incentivized preparation for the record-breaking conditions experi- enced, Krishnamoorti said. “We knew that this polar vortex was coming at least a week ahead. We

could have planned,” he said. Cohan said he hopes the state will take a broader range of issues into consideration for potential updates to its energy systems. “We need to look beyond the elec- tricity system and realize that this is an energy systems crisis,” he said.

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EDUCATION Pflugerville ISDapproves PPE, COVID-19 vaccine stipends

Round Rock ISD board of trustees Meets third Thursday at 7 p.m. 300 Lake Creek Drive, Round Rock 512-464-5000 www.roundrockisd.org Pflugerville ISD board of trustees Meets third Thursday at 7 p.m. 1401 W. Pecan St., Pflugerville 512-594-0000 www.pfisd.net Hutto ISD board of trustees Meets fourth Thursday at 7 p.m. 200 College St., Hutto 512-759-3771 www.hipponation.org MEETINGSWE COVER NUMBER TOKNOW one-time stipend awarded to full- time PfISD staff to cover personal protective equipment costs $500 DATE TOKNOW to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and qualify for the $100 incentive stipend. Those who already received the vaccine also qualify for the stipend. Aug. 31 deadline for PfISD staff

allotment revenues, the district may not have the means of supporting increases. Chief Operations Officer Eduardo Ramos said a 1% districtwide increase costs PfISD between $2 million and $2.5 million. PfISD trustees approved in March 2020 a minimum 3% pay increase for all staff. For vaccinations, Killian said many

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PfISD spokesperson Tamra Spence confirmed vaccinated staff would receive a one-time payment of $100. The PPE stipend would cost the

PFLUGERVILLE ISD The board of trustees approved two separate stipends for district staff Feb. 25 in relation to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The first stipend approved pertained to a one-time payment for personal protective equipment. Full-time staff would receive a $500 allotment, while part-time employees would be given a one-time $250 payment, the district confirmed. District officials said staff have continually purchased their own masks, gloves, gowns or related protective equipment. The stipend would apply to all staff across the district and would not require proof of PPE purchases. The second stipend approved by the board would be a one-time incentivization for district staff to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

district approximately $1.6 million and would

staff are having to travel to Austin or beyond for their vaccines due to limited clinic options within Pflugerville. He said the incentive stipend would help reward staff for their efforts and related travel. Staff would be eligible for the stipend through Aug. 31. Those who already received the vaccine

be applied across the board to staff.

“WEWANT TO GET THATHERD IMMUNITY UP INOUR COMMUNITY ASWELL.”

PfISD Superintendent Douglas Killian noted the district would likely end its current fiscal year in a deficit and that the stipend dips into PfISD’s savings. Killian said he is

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unsure at this stage whether PfISD staff will receive pay increases in advance of the upcoming year. Between the coronavirus pandemic and resulting effects on state funding and fast-growth

would also be awarded retroactively. “We’re trying to keep our workforce working and protected while they’re working,” he said.

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News from Round Rock, Pugerville & Hutto

CITY HIGHLIGHTS ROUNDROCK On Feb. 25, Round Rock City Council readopted the emergency ordinance declaring the COVID-19 public health emergency still exists in the city. Under the ordinance, which is extended through April 29, anyone age 10 and older must wear facial coverings in public when social distancing is not possible. PFLUGERVILLE After the winter storm hit Texas, members of Pugerville City Council addressed the crisis Feb. 23 and the need for state accountability moving forward. Residents are urged to le formal complaints with the Public Utility Commission of Texas. HUTTO A vote on Feb. 25 by Hutto City Council will waive late fees for municipal water accounts for 25 days. Additionally, a waiver was approved to suspend the disconnection of such services.

After winter storm, Rep. James Talarico les climate action plan

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release. If approved, the bill would also establish goals for reducing emissions for 2030, 2040 and 2050. The bill was led just over a week after the onset of the storm that left 4.4 million without power and 14 million without water and resulted in at least 80 deaths, per the release. “Extreme weather events will become more frequent if we don’t address the root cause of this storm: climate change,” Talarico said in the release. “Last week’s disaster was not the rst climate disaster in Texas,

ROUND ROCK In the aftermath of Winter Storm Uri’s arctic blast, which left millions of Texans without power, heat or running water, state Rep. James Talarico, DRound Rock, led a climate action bill in the Texas House of Representatives on Feb. 24. House Bill 2206, referred to by Talarico as the Texas Climate Action Act, would require the development of a climate action plan to help alleviate future climate-related disasters, according to a Feb. 24

If approved, Rep. James Talarico said the bill would establish emissions reduction goals. (Courtesy Rep. James Talarico)

and it won’t be the last. Today I’m introducing the Texas Climate Action Act, which will marshal the resources of our state government to ght climate change.”

Winter stormcleanup programs OK’d to aidPugerville community

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Round Rock City Council Meets second and fourth Thursday, 6 p.m. 216 E. Main St., Round Rock 512-218-5401

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be scheduled with Waste Connections online or by calling 512-282-3508. Tree limbs must be unbundled, no longer than 4 feet and weigh less than 40 lbs. Other options for limbs and brush include the weekly bulk collection curbside or at the recycle center, located at 15500 Sun Light Near Way. All fees for brush and limb drop-o will be waived through March 31. Furniture and other large items can be disposed of during weekly curbside bulk trash pickup.

www.roundrocktexas.gov Pugerville City Council Meets second and fourth Tuesday, 7 p.m. 100 E. Main St., Pugerville 512-990-6101 www.pugervilletx.gov Hutto City Council Meets rst and third Thursday, 7 p.m. 500 W. Live Oak St., Hutto 512-759-4033 • www.huttotx.gov Travis County Commissioners Court Meets Tuesdays, 9 a.m. 700 Lavaca St., Austin 512-854-9020 • www.traviscounty.org Williamson County Commissioners Court Meets Tuesdays, 9:30 a.m. 710 S. Main St., Georgetown 512-943-1550 • www.wilco.org

PFLUGERVILLE City Council approved fee waivers and expanded services Feb. 23 to help the community with winter storm cleanup. The programs will assist with city emergency repairs and residential cleanup. Until March 31, free curbside limb pickup will be available for city of Pugerville trash customers and residents in the extraterritorial jurisdiction who are city trash customers. Limb pickups should

Pugerville streets were covered with snow the week of Feb. 15. (Amy Bryant/Community Impact Newspaper)

Residential building permit fees will also be waived to expedite emergency plumbing repairs. Through March 31, residents will not be charged permit fees for repairs that resulted from the weather for residential structures, plumbing, heating and cooling or electrical systems. Inspections will be conducted by the city

through video chat or video submittal to speed up repairs. However, electrical,

heating, ventilation, air conditioning systems, water heaters and gas pipes will still require in-person inspections. Residents with questions can call the Pugerville Development Services Center at 512-990-6300.

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QUOTEOFNOTE “THE MASK MANDATE IS AWISE AND EFFECTIVE CHOICE. IT IS A MINOR DISCOMFORT COMPARED TO THE ALTERNATIVE.” JOINT STATEMENT FROM AUSTIN MAYOR STEVE ADLER, TRAVIS COUNTY JUDGE ANDY BROWN

ISDs react to statewidemaskmandate lift

BY KELSEY THOMPSON

Following Gov. Greg Abbott’s March 2 announcement that the state’s mask mandate will lift March 10, area school districts have chimed in as to how academic operations will continue. In addition to the mandate removal, Abbott said businesses will be able to operate at 100% capacity. Pugerville ISD Superintendent Douglas Killian said in a statement March 2 the district will not be adjusting its mask requirements. He said mask wearing is a central safety precaution advised by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as Austin Public Health. Killian said that school district sta have yet to be prioritized in the Phase 1A and 1B COVID-19 vaccina- tion groups, and the reversal of a districtwide mask mandate would not be “a wise decision or protective of our sta.” The district’s mandate will remain in place for the duration of the school

Texans will no longer be required by state law to wear a mask, following Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement. (Courtesy Oce of the Texas Governor)

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continued their recommendations for mask usage and social distancing. “We will do everything we can to keep our sta, students, their fami- lies, and our community, healthy and safe in the meantime and do our part to end the pandemic,” RRISD ocials said in the statement. Ahead of the state mask man- date lifting March 10, TEA ocials announced March 3 the agency will leave decisions regarding mask poli- cies up to individual school boards.

year, Killian said in the statement. Hutto ISD ocials said that until further guidance is made available and analyzed, the district will con- tinue with current safety measures in place. Further updates will be provided following guidance issued by the Texas Education Agency, according to the statement. Round Rock ISD ocials said March 2 the district will not change its current mask plans in place. Local public health leaders have

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