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From February 2021 to 2022, nationwide consumer prices rose 7.9%, the highest rate of ination since 1982, according to the Greater Houston Partnership and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data. INFLATION INCREASE

Opioid overdose deaths have risen in Texas since the pandemic began in 2020, but ocials with Gal- veston and Brazoria counties said initiatives have been implemented during the pandemic to help pre- vent a dramatic increase in opioid-related deaths. Information from the Texas attorney general’s oce indicates in 2020, drug overdose deaths had increased by around 32% from the previous year, driven primarily by opioids. Additionally, provisional data from the National Center for Health Statistics has shown reported opioid overdose deaths nearly pandemic, fentanyl BY ALLY BOLENDER, JISHNU NAIR & SIERRA ROZEN Opioid overdose deaths continue to rise due to

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Businesses adjusting to changing economy It has been two years since the COVID-19 pan- demic started, and Pearland and Friendswood busi- ness owners said they continue to feel the eects on supply chains, ination and labor shortages. Additionally, the ongoing conict in Europe caused by Russia invading Ukraine in late Febru- ary has added a new variable that has caused fuel prices to rise, experts said. Businesses in the Pearland and Friendswood area have needed to adjust how they run their daily operations, business owners said. “Supply chain is a challenge as businesses try to locate and receive raw materials and goods to pro- duce products here in our community,” Pearland Chamber of Commerce President Jim Johnson said. “Businesses have felt it due to issues with ports … CONTINUED ON 22 BY MIKAH BOYD & ANDY YANEZ

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NOWOPEN 1 Bitcoin Stop opened its doors at 2516 E. Broadway St., Pearland, on Feb. 24. Services at Bitcoin Stop include crypto- currency consultation and education; how to purchase nonfungible tokens that link ownership to unique digital items; crypto- currency exchanges; and specialized ser- vices, such as installation and maintenance on cryptocurrency miners. 346-744-2823. www.bitcoinstoptx.com 2 SKO Liquor , located at 5730 Broad- way St., Ste. 112, Pearland, opened March 18. The package store offers a variety of selections, including brands such as Crown Royal, Coors Light and Grey Goose. 832-770-9005. www.instagram.com/skoliquor 3 Harbor Assisted Living was set to open April 7 in Pearland as of press time.

6 Warby Parker opened a new location in the Baybrook Mall at 700 Baybrook Mall Drive, Ste. B111, Friendswood, on March 26. Warby Parker provides vision care, such as eye exams, and sells various eyewear, including glasses and contacts. 888-492-7297. www.warbyparker.com 7 Goodwoods British Market on Feb. 26 opened a new location at 810 S. Friend- swood Drive, Friendswood. Goodwoods British Market Friendswood is the second location in the Greater Houston area with the first in Spring. The market is filled with British foods, such as scones, meat pies and a variety of teas. 281-947-8117. www.facebook.com/gbmfriendswood 8 One Medical , a membership-based primary care platform, opened a location March 21 at 10904 Memorial Hermann Drive, Ste. 109, Pearland. Memberships are $199 per year and include 24/7 virtual

Located at 2900 Province Village Drive, the senior assisted living community has space for 30 residents. 281-533-6001. www.theharborassistedliving.com 4 Mochinut was set to open on April 7, after press time, at 3414 Business Center Drive, Ste. 130, Pearland. The internation- al brand specializes in mochi doughnuts and Korean rice hot dogs, according to its website. Mochinut has locations across the world and locally, including in Bellaire and Katy. 832-773-3914. www.mochinut.com 5 The ShawArt Gallery , located at 3272 E. Broadway St., Pearland, opened in February. The art gallery features work from local artists in all forms of media, including oil on canvas, acrylic on canvas, photography, block printing, sculpture, stoneware, woodwork, resin art and pastel, according to its Facebook page. 832-552-5488. www.facebook.com/ shawartgallerytx

care services, such as on-demand video visits, secure provider messaging and “Treat Me Now” digital assessments for common health concerns. 888-663-6331. www.onemedical.com/locations/ hou/shadowcreekhtx COMING SOON 9 Gold’s Gym will open a location at the intersection of FM 528 and FM 518 in Friendswood. The international fitness brand plans to open in the summer, said Matt Radmanovich, head of brand public relations for RSG Group representing Gold’s Gym. Gold’s Gym offers various services, including group exercises, personal training, yoga and weight-lifting equipment. www.goldsgym.com 10 Crumbl Cookies expects to open a new location at 11041 Shadow Creek Park-

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An aerial view shows the newMiracle League eld that opened March 12 at the Sports Complex at Shadow Creek Ranch.

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FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN The city of Pearland on March 12 unveiled Phase 2 of the Sports Complex at Shadow Creek Ranch on the west side of town. Phase 2 included the addition of two multipurpose turf elds—mainly designated for cricket and rugby but that can also be used for football and soccer—and a miracle eld, which is a sports eld with a rubberized surface that will allow athletes of all abilities to play, said Carry Capers, Pearland Parks and Recreation Department director. “The vision for Pearland Parks and Recreation is to build a healthy, connected and vibrant community that enriches lives through exceptional experiences, and we are doing that right here with this park,” Capers said. The second phase of the sports facility was rst put together in the 2019 bond program, Pearland Mayor Kevin Cole said. Phase 2 broke ground in January 2021, cost roughly $10 million and was funded through Shadow Creek Ranch’s tax increment reinvestment zone, Capers said. The Miracle League eld will be the fourth of its kind in the Greater Houston area, Cole said. The city anticipates it to also be a draw for the city in terms of visitors and the

economy, he added. Additionally, Nikki Kamkar, board member at Forever Parks Foundation, said the nonprot organization raised its original goal of $960,000 needed to launch an all-inclusive park near the miracle eld. The all-inclusive park is a space that allows children of all abilities to play in the same space through features such as a wheelchair swing, a sensory tunnel, a music area and a bird-themed hut, and a gallery walk. The cost to build the playground, however, has risen due to the rise in building costs, she added. The inclusive playground is still expected to break ground in the spring and be open by the fall with help from Pearland City Council through an advanced funding agreement, Kamkar said. “We pride ourselves on bringing people together,” Cole said.

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way, Ste. 115, Pearland, in mid- to late May, owner Dan Stansel said in an email. Crumbl Cookies has various locations across the country, including Bellaire and Pasadena locations in the Greater Houston area. The cookie brand offers over 150 rotating cookie flavors. www.crumblcookies.com 11 ARWorkshop Pearland is set to hold its grand opening April 30 at 1130 Broad- way St., Ste. 102, Pearland. AR Workshop Pearland offers multiple hands-on do-it- yourself projects, including wood, knitting and canvas projects. 281-710-9133. www.arworkshop.com/pearland ANNIVERSARIES 12 CP’s Liquor , located at 12568 Broad- way St., Ste. 180, Pearland, will celebrate its one-year anniversary April 12. The local package store offers liquor; beer; and fine items, including different red and white wines, champagnes, snacks and party sup- plies. 346-773-4950. www.cpsliquor.com RENOVATIONS 13 Alvin Community College’s fitness center , located at 3110 Mustang Road, Building F, Alvin, reopened in February

after shutting down in 2020 to undergo renovations. The facility’s new upgrades include a new ventilation system, expanded bathrooms and improved lighting. According to a news release, all of the facility’s amenities are open except for the tennis courts. The ACC Fitness Center is open to all students, and memberships are available for the public. 281-756-3691. www.alvincollege.edu/facilities/ fitness-center CLOSINGS 14 The Jambalaya Shoppe Pearland at 12568 Broadway St., Ste. 190, Pearland, closed its doors March 17. The Cajun restaurant offered menu items such as jambalaya, pastalaya and gumbo. www.thejambalayashoppe.com 15 Amazon has closed a number of its storefronts, including Amazon Books at the Baybrook Mall, 500 Baybrook Mall Drive, Ste. 1034, Friendswood. Amazon closed several physical bookstores as well as Amazon 4-star and Amazon Pop Up shops, which sold popular items from Amazon’s website. News of the closures was first reported by Reuters on March 2. www.amazon.com

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DOUBLING CAPACITY The Smith Ranch Road project will widen the thoroughfare from a two-lane road to a four-lane road.

The city of Pearland is in the early stages of beginning a widening proj- ect on Smith Ranch Road near Hwy. 288. The project is expected to span from Hughes Ranch Road to north of Broadway Street. “Construction is actually sched- uled to be let in October 2022,” said Skipper Jones, Pearland’s assistant director of capital projects, in reference to when contractors could bid on the project. The scope of this project includes widening Smith Ranch from a two-lane asphalt road to a four-lane, concrete, curb-and-gutter road. One of the biggest challenges the city and its designers have run into for this project is several of the right- of-way parcels have been tied up with legal delays, such as title conicts, Jones said in an email. The city of Pearland website had the bid date for the project set to begin in September, but there has been a delay in obtaining documenta- tion due to changing property owners

and disputed property lines along with deceased property owners, Jones said. The project is expected to cost $8.61 million, but the city has $9.72 million in funding for the project, about half of which comes from the city, according to the city of Pearland. The other source of funding comes from transportation improve- ment project funds allocated by the Houston-Galveston Area Council, Jones said. “This project experienced a long delay in some of the [Texas Depart- ment of Transportation] approvals early on, which we were able to obtain additional funding from HGAC to cover,” Jones said. Residents along the area can expect to see eects once the project ocially breaks ground around early 2023. TxDOT takes about three months to approve and authorize a contract once a bid is accepted, Jones said. Typically, work that requires expansion is built one full side at a

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time, which allows trac to remain on the existing roadway. Once one side is completed, the two-way trac is moved to the completed section, Jones said. Construction is planned to last 12 months, according to the city. “The ultimate improvements to both capacity and safety will be well worth the short-term inconve- niences,” Jones said.

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recording; child-friendly play areas; and the Brazoria County satellite tax oce, which will be moved from the city’s public safety building along Cullen Boulevard in Pearland, Lee said. The location will even oer 3D printing services. The $19.82 million building was funded through the Shadow Creek Ranch Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone, which collects tax revenue from the Shadow Creek Ranch development, city ocials said. The city and county broke ground on the library in December 2020. The new library, once open, is expected to become the most visited library in Brazoria County, Lee said. The West Pearland Library replaces the Pearland Westside Library on Business Center Drive, which closed in February to move books and other amenities to the new location. “It’s not your grandparents’ library,” Lee said.

Residents in Pearland, Brazoria County and the Greater Houston area will have access to a new state- of-the-art facility when the West Pearland Library opens April 9. “It’s going to be a regional space,” Pearland Director of Communica- tions Joshua Lee said. The 39,000-square-foot building at 11801 Shadow Creek Parkway, Pearland, oers multiple amenities, including a 100-seat teaching room, multipurpose community rooms, multiple private study rooms, a large magnetic wall toward the middle of the facility that can be used as a dry-erase board, and an outdoor space with a small amphitheater, Lee said. The library will also have a tie-in to the nearby Clear Creek Trail, he added. Additionally, the library includes an audio studio, which will be able to be rented out and used for

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Pearland City Council adopts ordinance regulating short-termrentals PEARLAND Short-term rental owners looking to operate in Pearland could soon need to register with the city to do so. BY ANDY YANEZ proof of homeownership with the site’s address, according to agenda documents. For properties to pass the inspection, they must PERMIT REQUIREMENTS

Regulations of short-term rentals include four aspects: permit application, inspection, restrictions and permit denial or revocation. PERMIT APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS • Owners pay permit application fee • Owners provide proof of home ownership • Owners provide number of bedrooms to be rented • Owners provide a 24-hour emergency contact for the short-term rental INSPECTION • Working smoke detectors in bedrooms, hallways • Bedrooms have two means of escape • Working carbon monoxide detectors • Fire extinguisher present, accessible RESTRICTIONS • Only two adult guests per bedroom • 10 guests total per property • Off-street parking cannot block neighbors • Advertisements must include city permit number • Advertisements must prohibit parties PERMIT DENIAL OR REVOCATION • Any statement in application misleading or false • Three or more violations within a year window • Applicant owes outstanding debt to the city SOURCE: CITY OF PEARLAND/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

meet several criteria including the bedrooms needing to have two means of escape, such as a door and a window; working smoke detectors; and working carbon monoxide detectors, according to agenda documents. Restrictions on the short-term rentals include allowing only two adult guests per bedroom and allowing only 10 people total on-site. Other restrictions focus on the advertisements of the properties, which must have a written prohibition of using the property as a party or entertainment venue, according to agenda documents. Lastly, permits can be revoked by the city of Pearland if information from the application is incomplete, inaccurate, misleading or false or if the property is not in compliance, according to agenda documents. Council Member Luke Orlando, who was the lone vote against the first reading, said the regu- lation of the short-term rentals does nothing to directly target the bad actors causing issues, such as the one near Green Tee. “I think this infringes on the rights of the people that are doing the right thing,” Orlando said.

At its March 28 regular meeting, Pearland City Council approved the first reading of an ordinance in a 6-1 vote that establishes regulations for the operation of properties as short-term rentals. “This is going to be a process,” Council Member Alex Kamkar said. “It is going to take time.” The ordinance, if the second reading is approved, will go into effect July 1, according to agenda documents. Pearland first looked into the need to regulate short-term rentals after residents of a neighbor- hood around Green Tee raised concerns about a short-term rental property being used as a party house as early as July 2019, resident Joseph Koza said at the meeting. The ordinance establishes regulations through four different aspects: permit application, inspec- tion requirement, restrictions, and permit denial or revocation, Pearland City Attorney Darrin Coker said. To receive a permit to operate short-term rentals in the city, owners must pay a nonrefundable fee and provide various information, including

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Pearland City Council will meet at 6:30 p.m. April 11 and April 25 at 3519 Liberty Drive, Pearland. Meetings are streamed and available at www.pearlandtx.gov. Friendswood City Council will meet May 2 at 910 S. Friendswood Drive, Friendswood. A time for the meeting will be determined a week before the meeting. Meeting recordings are posted to the city’s YouTube channel. Friendswood ISD will meet at 5:45 p.m. April 11 at 402 Laurel Drive, Friendswood. Pearland ISD will meet at 5 p.m. April 12 at 1928 N. Main St., Pearland. Meetings are streamed at www.youtube.com/user/ thepearlandisd. Alvin ISD will meet at 7 p.m. April 12 in the Liberty Alumni Hall, 10855 Iowa Colony Blvd., Iowa Colony. MEETINGSWE COVER SCHOOL HIGHLIGHTS FRIENDSWOOD ISD Friendswood High School renovations will finish in summer 2023 for a total of $56.4 million. The new Cline Elementary School construction will be completed by May 2023 for a total of $36 million.

Larry Berger named lonefinalist for Pearland ISD superintendent

Larry Berger (fourth from left) stands with the Pearland ISD board of trustees. ANDY YANEZ/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

BY ANDY YANEZ

to make great things happen for our students and for our community and for the state of Texas.” Due to state law, the district is required to have a 21-day waiting period from the naming of a lone finalist to the official vote on making him the superintendent. The board aims to vote to officially name Berger the new superintendent at its April 12 regular meeting, board President Sean Murphy said. The board began the process of searching for a new superintendent in January following the announce- ment by previous Superintendent John Kelly that he intended to retire in the summer. PISD’s board of trustees then granted Kelly a leave of absence he had requested in a March 1 special

meeting, Community Impact Newspa- per previously reported. The board of trustees felt it needed to name a lone finalist for the posi- tion soon because of various factors, including the district facing a budget deficit and there being close to 70 superintendent positions open across the state, Murphy said. Additionally, the board looked only at internal candidates for the position, he added. Trustee Crystal Carbone said board members feel Berger will help the district continue academic success, provide more transparency and bolster teacher morale. “Larry is a charismatic servant leader,” Carbone said. “He is going to be the biggest cheerleader for our district that we have seen ... at the front of the helm in a long time.”

PEARLAND ISD The board of trustees in a March 22 special meet- ing named Larry Berger Pearland ISD’s lone finalist for the superinten- dent position. Berger serves as the district’s assistant superintendent for support services and has been with the district for over a decade, according to PISD officials. He also spent nine years at Pearland High School as principal and assistant principal. “I am humbled by this opportunity and by this challenge that is before us,” Berger said. “But I know that the support standing behind me, the team that I have [and] the commu- nity that I have, that we are Pearland ISD, and we are going to face the chal- lenges in front of us. We are going

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L O C A L V O T E R G U I D E GUIDE Candidates and information for the March primaries

COMPILED BY SIERRA ROZEN & ANDY YANEZ

D A T E S T O K N O W April 25 First day of early voting

W H E R E T O V O T E

May 7 Election day May 7 Last day to receive ballot by mail (or May 9 if carrier envelope is postmarked by 7 p.m. at location of election)

Registered voters in Brazoria and Galveston counties can vote at any polling center in their respective county during early voting and on election day.

April 26 Last day to apply for ballot by mail (received, not postmarked) May 3 Last day of early voting

SOURCES: BRAZORIA COUNTY, GALVESTON COUNTY, ALVIN ISD, CITY OF FRIENDSWOOD, CITY OF PEARLAND, PEARLAND ISDCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

S A M P L E B A L L O T

*Incumbent

Position 6 Jerey Barry Orlando Bruzual PEARLAND ISD BOARD OF TRUSTEES Position 5 Jin Yoon Amanda Kuhn Rich Bradley Position 6 David Nguyen

Lance Botkin* Position 7 Nanette Weimer Trent A. Perez E. Ellen Kuo CLEAR CREEK ISD BOARD OF TRUSTEES At-Large Position B

FRIENDSWOOD CITY COUNCIL Position 4 Robert J. Grion* Position 6 Meg Crowley Brent Erenwert*

PEARLAND CITY COUNCIL Position 1 Luke Orlando* Joseph Koza

The city of Friendswood will also have 11 proposed charter amendments for residents to vote for or against. The propositions will be included on early voting ballots, as well as election day ballots. Voters can view the full propositions on the city’s website. Visit community impact.com to learn more about the specic propositions.

Position 5 Layni Cade Zach Boyer Rishabh Jain Tiany Fairdosi

Scott Bowen* Kyrsten Garcia Carl Nunn

S T A T E W I D E P R O P O S I T I O N S

Senate Joint Resolution 2 Second special session of 87th Texas Legislature

Senate Joint Resolution 2 Third special session of 87th Texas Legislature

PROPOSITION 1

PROPOSITION 2

Ballot text

What does it mean?

Ballot text

What does it mean?

The constitutional amendment authorizing the Leg- islature to provide for the reduction of the amount of a limitation on the total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be imposed for general elementa- ry and secondary public school purposes on the residence homestead of a person who is elderly or disabled to reect any statutory reduction from the preceding tax year in the maximum compressed rate of the maintenance and operations taxes im- posed for those purposes on the homestead.

The constitutional amendment increasing the amount of the residence homestead exemption from ad valorem taxation for public school purposes from $25,000 to $40,000. SOURCES: TEXAS SECRETARY OF STATE’S OFFICE WEBSITE; JOSHUA BLANK, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS; DALE CRAYMER,

Although property taxes are already frozen for the disabled and those over age 65, this proposition would allow for additional property tax relief from school districts for the disabled and elderly. If approved, it would allow the Legislature to provide property tax cuts to those elderly and disabled home- owners with frozen taxes.

Every homeowner in Texas is already oered a $25,000 homestead exemption on property taxes from public school districts—meaning the rst $25,000 of a home’s appraised property value does not count against a homeowner’s annual property taxes. If approved, that exemption for home- owners would be raised to $40,000.

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CANDIDATE INFO

Get to know the candidates running in the election

Incumbent

Pearland ISD Position 5

Pearland ISD Position 7

Clear Creek ISDAt-Large Position B

JIN YOON

Occupation: PRD Land Development Services owner Relevant experience: six years on Pearland City Council, owns an engineering rm 281-760-1541 TRENT PEREZ Occupation: Part-time educational consultant Relevant experience: former Pearland ISD educator and deputy superintendent 713-816-4279 NANETTE WEIMER Occupation: Physician assistant Relevant experience: nearly 30 years as physician assistant, worked in budgeting 281-224-0484 www.facebook.com/ellen4pisd ELLEN KUO

Occupation: Chemical engineer Relevant experience: served for past term, analytical skills from engineering background 713-825-4470 www.scottbowen.org SCOTT BOWEN Occupation: Executive assistant Relevant experience: seven years as teacher in area districts 832-481-3150 www.garciaforccisd. wordpress.com KYRSTEN GARCIA Occupation: Chief of police Relevant experience: student liaison ocer, served on Clear Creek ISD Strategic Planning Committee, volunteer coach www.carl4ccisd.net CARL NUNN

Occupation: UTHealth assistant professor Relevant experience: taught medical students, conducted research, worked on budgets 713-486-2796 https://bit.ly/3IHGe5I Occupation: Realtor, co-owner at Pat Grin Realty Relevant experience: various local boards 713-702-6339 www.har.com/amandakuhn AMANDA KUHN Occupation: Emergency physician and small-business owner Relevant experience: Pearland Volunteer Fire Department president 281-756-7011 • www.electdr bradley.wordpress.com RICHARD BRADLEY

Pearland ISD Position 6

Friendswood City Council Position 6

Occupation: Public relations and health senior at University of Houston Relevant experience: student advocate 281-886-8290 www.nguyenforpisd.com DAVID NGUYEN

LANCE BOTKIN

Occupation: Marketing consultant MEG CROWLEY

Occupation: Brothers Produce/Houston Cold Storage CEO Relevant experience: incumbent, proven leader 281-830-6323 www.facebook.com/ erenwertforfriendswood BRENT ERENWERT

Occupation: Pearland ISD trustee Relevant experience: trustee for nine years, master trustee as trained by Texas Association of

Relevant experience: community volunteer for Friendswood ISD Education Foundation and other organizations 713-385-4476 www.facebook.com/meg4friendswood

School Boards 832-372-0392 www.facebook.com/botkin4pisd

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Pearland City Council Position 1

Pearland City Council Position 6

Occupation: Self- employed JOSEPH KOZA Relevant experience: graduate of Pearland ISD and the University of Houston Bauer School of Business 281-485-1462

Occupation: Pearland City Council member Relevant experience: management consultant, past service to politicians 832-374-8239 www.voteforluke.com LUKE ORLANDO

Occupation: Barry Insurance Group president, Pearland ISD board trustee Relevant experience: work with various Pearland organizations 281-352-3525 www.votejearry.com JEFF BARRY

Occupation: College professor Relevant experience: various degrees, teacher 713-454-3752 www.facebook.com/ bruzualforpearlandcitycouncil ORLANDO BRUZUAL

Pearland City Council Position 5

LAYNI CADE

Occupation: Clinician Relevant experience: president for organization creating learning centers for underserved areas 346-266-2640 www.tianyfairdosi.com TIFFANY FAIRDOSI

RISHABH JAIN

Occupation: Field biologist Relevant experience: budgets, helped implement drainage infrastructure, Pearland parks board vice chair 832-377-9294 www.boyer4pearland.com ZACH BOYER

Occupation: Teacher Relevant experience: member of various boards, organizes neighborhood events 713-489-1746 www.cadeforcouncil com.wordpress.com

Occupation: Commercial construction and real state Relevant experience: Pearland construction board member 832-457-0934 www.rjforpearland.com

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AVISO Reunión Pública Virtual con Opción Presencial Farm-to-Market (FM) 518 desde la FM 865 (Cullen Boulevard) hasta la Carretera Estatal (SH) 35 CSJ: 0976-02-086 Condado de Brazoria, Texas PAID ADVERTISEMENT

disponibles en línea en www.txdot.gov buscando “FM 518 from FM 865” . Estos materiales también estarán disponibles en forma impresa para su revisión en la opción presencial. La reunión pública virtual y la opción presencial se llevarán a cabo en inglés y español. Si necesita un intérprete o traductor de documentos porque el inglés o el español no son su idioma principal o tiene dificultades para comunicarse de manera efectiva en inglés o español, se le proporcionará uno. Si tiene una discapacidad y necesita asistencia, se pueden hacer arreglos especiales para satisfacer la mayoría de las necesidades. Si necesita servicios de interpretación o traducción o si es una persona con una discapacidad que requiere una adaptación para asistir y participar en la reunión pública virtual o en la opción presencial, comuníquese con Sarah Wyckoff, Coordinadora Ambiental, al (713) 802-5262 a no más tardar las 4:00 p.m. del viernes 22 de abril de 2022. Tenga en cuenta que se requiere un aviso previo, ya que algunos servicios y adaptaciones pueden requerir tiempo para que TxDOT lo organice. Se solicitan comentarios escritos del público con respecto al proyecto propuesto y pueden enviarse por correo a la Oficina del Distrito de TxDOT en Houston, P.O. Box 1386, Houston, Texas 77251-1386. Los comentarios por escrito también pueden enviarse por correo electrónico a HOU-piowebmail@txdot.gov. Todos los comentarios deben recibirse a mas tardar el viernes 13 de mayo de 2022 . Las respuestas a los comentarios recibidos estarán disponibles en línea en www.txdot.gov buscando “FM 518 from FM 865” una vez que han sido preparados. Si tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud general con respecto al proyecto propuesto, la reunión virtual o la opción presencial, comuníquese con Zain Walkabout al (713) 802-5358 o por correo electrónico a Zaineb.Walkabout@txdot.gov. La revisión ambiental, la consulta y otras acciones requeridas por las leyes ambientales Federales aplicables para este proyecto están siendo, o han sido, llevadas a cabo por TxDOT de conformidad con 23 U.S.C. 327 y un Memorando de Entendimiento fechado el 9 de diciembre de 2019, y ejecutado por FHWA y TxDOT.

El Departamento de Transporte de Texas (TxDOT) está proponiendo mejoras en la Farm-to-Market Road 518 (FM 518) desde la FM 865 (Cullen Boulevard) hasta la Carretera Estatal 35 (SH 35) en el Condado de Brazoria, Texas. La Evaluación Ambiental (EA) para el proyecto propuesto recibió un Hallazgo de Impacto No Significativo (FONSI por su siglas en inglés) el 3 de marzo de 2020. Desde que se emitió el FONSI, ahora se proponen cambios al diseño original. Estos cambios de diseño se documentarán en una reevaluación de la EA. Este aviso informa al público que TxDOT llevará a cabo una reunión pública virtual en línea, con una opción presencial, con respecto a estos cambios propuestos. La reunión virtual consistirá en una presentación de video pregrabada e incluirá componentes de audio y visuales. La presentación se publicará en línea el martes 26 de abril de 2022 a partir de las 5 p.m. Para iniciar sesión en la reunión pública virtual, vaya a la siguiente dirección web en la fecha y hora indicadas anteriormente: www. txdot.gov, y busque “FM 518 from FM 865” en el cuadro de búsqueda. Si no tiene acceso a Internet, puede llamar al (713) 802-5262 de 8:00 a.m. a 5:00 p.m., de lunes a viernes, para hacer preguntas y acceder a los materiales del proyecto en cualquier momento durante el proceso de reevaluación del proyecto. Además, TxDOT está ofreciendo una opción en persona a quienes desean participar de manera presencial en lugar de hacerlo en línea. Los asistentes en persona verán la misma presentación proporcionada en la reunión pública en línea , la cual se reproducirá en una pantalla; podrá revisar copias impresas de los materiales del proyecto; hacer preguntas al equipo del proyecto; y dejar comentarios por escrito. La opción presencial se llevará a cabo el jueves 28 de abril del 2022, de las 5:30 p.m. a las 7:30 p.m. en la Berry Miller Junior High School, 3301 Manvel Rd., Pearland, Texas 77584. El diseño original aprobado por la Administración Federal de Carreteras (FHWA por sus siglas en inglés) incluía la ampliación de FM 518 de cuatro a seis carriles entre la SH 288 y la SH 35 para una distancia total de aproximadamente 6 millas. El diseño original también incluía la adición de un carril de paseo, junto con un bordillo y un canalón, a lo largo de los límites del proyecto. Los cambios propuestos que se presentarán en esta reunión pública son entre la FM 865 (Cullen Boulevard) y la SH 35 y consisten en reducir la huella del derecho de vía, ajustar la alineación de la calzada para evitar y minimizar impactos y reducir los anchos de carril de 12 pies a 11 pies para acomodar la adición de una facilidad para peatones/bicicletas fuera de la calle. La facilidad para ciclistas y peatones sería una carretera lateral de 10 pies de ancho a lo largo del lado sur de FM 518. El diseño del carril de paseo, el bordillo y las cunetas sigue siendo el mismo. La documentación ambiental, los mapas y los dibujos que muestran la ubicación y el diseño del proyecto, los itinerarios tentativos de construcción y otra información relacionada con el proyecto propuesto están archivados y disponibles para su inspección de lunes a viernes de 8:00 a.m. a 5:00 p.m. en la Oficina del Área de Brazoria de TxDOT ubicada en 18671 FM 523, Angleton, Texas 77515. Los materiales del proyecto también están

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