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1,677 currently under construction, doubling the inventory built since 2015

Leander apartments on the rise

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Once built, North Creek Apartments in Leander will oer 259 units. (Brian Perdue/Community Impact Newspaper)

Road projects seemixed outcomes BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

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slowdowns from the coronavirus. Some projects are moving forward with city-county agreements, while others have been delayed with deferred funding from the Capital Area Metropolitan Plan- ning Organization. “At the end of the day, we couldn’t do all of them. So some of them just got deferred,” William- son County Precinct 2 Commis- sioner Cynthia Long said.

Between local, state and federal projects, Cedar Park will have a slew of newroads todriveon in the future. Several upcoming road projects are critical to major developments coming into the Cedar Park area, especially as the city sits as one of the fastest-growing cities in the country. However, some recent projects in the Cedar Park area have seen mixed outcomes due to economic

TOTAL: $34M

WHAT IS AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT? These agreements allow separate entities to jointly fund a project. Williamson County and the city of Cedar Park recently entered into four cost-share interlocal agreements for road and park projects. The agreements total $33.96 million, which does not reect total project costs.

WILLIAMSON COUNTY 57.75%

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FROMBRIAN: In Leander, more apartments are currently under construction than the total number that were built in the previous ve-and-a-half years. Growing pains come with being the fastest growing large city in the U.S., but Leander continues to take steps to ensure that new multifamily development will be held to a higher standard. If planned appropriately, this could open the city to people not ready to buy a home, looking for a more urban lifestyle or simply wishing to downsize. Brian Perdue, EDITOR

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the self-service restaurant only offers takeout orders due to the pandemic. The restaurant is located at 1201 N. Bell Blvd., Ste. 100, Cedar Park. 512-528-5127. www.noodlealleycp.com 5 Savory Farmers Market at Travisso is now open Wednesdays from 3-7 p.m. at the Travisso Palazzo Clubhouse at 2437 Travisso Parkway, Leander. Nathanael and Sarah Ferguson, who own Savory Alaska, organized and opened the new farmers market June 10 with 17 local vendors. Products include salmon, grass-fed beef, vegetables, coffee, baked goods, local chicken and rabbit, honey, tea and more. www.facebook.com/savoryfarmersmarket 6 Gambuzza’s Barbershop opened its Cedar Park location June 15 at 5001 Toll 183A, Ste. G400, Cedar Park. This is the second-ever location for the joint venture between Frank Gambuzza, founder of Gambuzza’s Barbershop in Tennessee, and Gordan Logan, founder and CEO of Sport Clips Haircuts according to a June 15 news release. The first location is at 200 University Blvd., Ste. 510, Round Rock. The barbershop offers haircut services for men and boys and specializes in old-school Italian barbering. 512-220-0177. www.gambuzzas.com 7 Lone Star Dermatology has re- located its Cedar Park location and is now U.S. Dermatology Partners . The new dermatology office, located at 1515 Medical Parkway, Bldg. 1, Ste. 100, Cedar Park, has the same doctors as its previous location and began seeing patients June 15, according to a release. The new office has expanded services, a Mohs surgery wing and increased patient rooms. The dermatology office was previously at 1401

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NOWOPEN 1 Korean eatery Narrow Street 512 opened March 23 inside HMart at 11301 Lakeline Blvd., Austin. Narrow Street 512 serves barbecue, stir-fried udon noodles, cold noodles and other Korean cuisine staples. General Manager Joon Kim said the owners and chefs at Narrow Street 512 have more than 20 years of profes- sional experience serving Korean cuisine, including spending the last decade run- ning restaurants in Dallas. 737-708-8033

2 Hill Country Card Club , a Cedar Park poker room, opened May 18. Director of Operations Robert Rough said the poker room has a limited number of tables. He also said this is the only card club in Cedar Park and Leander. The poker room is located in the RailYard Shopping Center at 601 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. 304, Cedar Park. 512-986-7878. www.hillcountrycardclub.com 3 Cocky Teriyaki , formerly Wok Ex- press, opened June 2 in Cedar Park. The restaurant specializes in Seattle-style

teriyaki chicken served over rice with a side salad, according to owner Alex Brockway. The restaurant has limited seating as well as takeout and online ordering. Delivery options are available through the website. The restaurant is located at 200 Buttercup Creek Blvd., Ste. 117, Cedar Park. 512-258-8583. www.cockyteriyaki.com 4 Noodle Alley , an Asian restaurant, opened June 3 in Cedar Park. Its menu includes noodle soups, stir-fry noodles, dumplings and other dishes. Currently,

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ANNIVERSARIES 10 Indoor cycling studio Bloc Cycle reached its first anniversary July 8. The studio held an anniversary party July 11. The studio is also offering class pack spe- cials throughout July, and it is located at 111 N. Vista Ridge Blvd., Ste. 204, Cedar Park. 512-831-2218.www.bloccycle.com CLOSINGS 11 Nationwide gym chain 24 Hour Fitness announced June 15 it is permanently closing more than 100 of its gyms nationwide as it files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, including its Lake Creek location at 13802 N. US 183, Austin. The next closest 24 Hour Fitness, at 10616 Research Blvd., Austin, has reopened, according to the company’s website. 512-794-9151. www.24hourfitness.com IN THE NEWS 12 The Austin Board of Realtors , which has an office at 1500 Arrow Pointe Drive, Ste. 711, in Cedar Park, donated $20,000 to four Central Texas nonprofits, accord- ing to a July 9 press release. Each of the following nonprofits received $5,000 each from ABoR: Meals on Wheels Central Texas, Central Texas Food Bank, Family Eldercare and the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless. www.abor.com In late March, grocery retailer H-E-B announced a $2-per-hour pay increase for its hourly employees. The tempo- rary program ended June 21, and H-E-B announced June 22 in a press release permanent pay raises for hourly employ- ees. H-E-B employs more than 120,000 hourly workers.

Medical Parkway, Bldg. B, Ste. 300, Cedar Park. 512-260-5860. www.usdermatologypartners.com Truly Superior Health , a cannabidiol, or CBD, wholesale company that sells CBD products and healthy snacks, opened in March. Products are delivered locally and at farmers markets, according to owner Rick Allard. 805-279-1641. www.trulysuperiorhealth.com COMING SOON 8 A new family and cosmetic dentist- ry practice, #thesmiledoc , is opening in August at 1633 N. US 183, Ste. 110, Leander. The general dentistry office will have modern amenities, such as heat and massage chairs, TVs and music, in every room. The office will be open from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. for patients who cannot take time off for appointments. #thesmiledoc will be led by Dr. Armando Reid, who has more than a decade of experience, according to the practice. The office is expected to open Aug. 1. 512-240-7200. www.thesmiledocatx.com RELOCATIONS 9 Daley Home + Design moved from Georgetown to 3000 Polar Lane, Ste. 301, in Cedar Park in June, according to manager and co-founder Kasey Van Daley. According to Van Daley, who operates the business with his wife, co-founder and lead designer Shelby Van Daley, the business focuses on new home construction and furnishings, large renovations and furnishings, and room updates. The business was founded in

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FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN Sharks Burger opened its second location June 8. The new burger restaurant is located in the Cold Springs Marketplace at 15609 Ronald Reagan Blvd., Ste. C100, and shares the same menu as the original Leander location at 12681 Hero Way W., Leander. The new restaurant has indoor seating, which is limited to 50% occupancy as of July 2, and a large outdoor patio. The restaurant features an aquarium mural by local artist Mary Helen Shu. Orders can be made in-person, by phone or online. Curbside pickup is Cedar Park resident Mary Lopez Dale was appointed a member of the Texas Veterans Commission by Gov. Greg Abbott in June. Dale was sworn in on July 4. She serves as general counsel for Family Hospital Systems and Family Emergency Room, according to the release, and serves on the board of directors for the Austin Community College Foundation and Lean- der Education for Excellence Foundation. She is a former Captain in the US Army Reserve. She is married to Tony Dale, who represented District 136 in the Texas House of Representatives from 2012-18.

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Purchase from local vendors at the Savory Farmers Market in Leander. The recently started market includes baked goods, meat, fruit, vegetables, owers, art and more. The market is open every Wednesday. 3-7 p.m. Free. Travisso Palazzo Clubhouse, 2437 Travisso Parkway, Leander. www.facebook.com/savoryfarmersmarket (Courtesy Donald Lee's Photography)

Health and Soul Fitness oers free boot camp classes every Saturday. The class includes HIIT, cardio, strength training and fun in its workouts. Bring a yoga mat, water and a canned good to donate to Hill Country Community Ministries. Reserve a spot online. 9 a.m. Free. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 700 W. Whitestone Blvd., Cedar Park. 512- 574-5660. www.healthandsoultness.com (Courtesy Health and Soul Fitness)

26 VIRTUAL CHOCOLATE TASTING Have a virtual date night with Delysia’s Taste of Tuscany virtual chocolate tasting. Tasting sets include two four-pack chocolate trues. At home, the chocolate tasting will last 45 minutes with a 15-minute question session via a virtual conference link. Chocolate kits are shipped, and tickets can be purchased online. 4-5 p.m. $15. 512-413-4701. www.delysia.com

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Cedar Park. 512-986-7038. www.facebook.com/networkinglocal 25 OLD TOWN LEANDER FARMERS MARKET Visit the farmers market in Old Town Leander every Saturday to purchase local vendors’ food, homemade goods, meat, produce and more. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Free. Smooth Village, 203 W. Broade St., Leander. 512-698-1839. www.smoothvillage.com/farmers-market

(noon-5 p.m.) and July 23 (noon-6 p.m.) https://bit.ly/36wTB7j 22 NETWORKING LOCAL COFFEE HOUR Meet other Cedar Park and Leander business professionals over coee. The networking event will also meet on Aug. 12. 8:30-9:30 a.m. Events are typically scheduled each week over the summer. Free. Red Horn Coee House and Brewing Co., 13010 W. Parmer Lane, Ste. 800,

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CEDAR PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY 550 Discovery Blvd., Cedar Park 512-401-5600 www.cedarparktexas.gov/library JULY 21 Virtual craft club Craft and chat in a virtual crafting circle. A variety of craft types are welcome. 7 p.m. Free. Online event 23 Grab and go elementary craft Pick up an elementary-aged craft at the library to make at home. Crafts are limited. All day. Free 29 All-ages virtual storytime Virtually watch a storytime with stories and songs every Wednesday. The event requires registration. 10:30-11 a.m. Free. Online event

LEANDER PUBLIC LIBRARY 1011 S. Bagdad Road, Leander 512-259-5259 www.leandertx.gov/library JULY 20 Microscope Monday Use the library’s microscope every Monday and discover new things Noon-1 p.m. Free. Online event. 20 Weekly writing prompts The library releases weekly prompts for ages 0-11 and 12-18 on Mondays at 5 p.m through Aug. 3. Writers can submit stories by Fridays, and winners are announced Mondays. 5 p.m. Free. 21 All-ages online storytime Join Sam and Pets for an online storytime every Tuesdays. 10 a.m. Free. Online event 22 Ukulele lessons Learn how to play the ukulele by appointment. No experience is needed. As of this writing, lessons were online only. 10 a.m. Free.

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The Cedar Park Public Library will hold its 6th annual Mini-Con event virtually. The event will be expanded to a week of activities including a scavenger hunt, escape room, cosplay contest and movie watch party. More information will be online closer to the event. Free. 512-401-5600. www.cedarparktexas.gov/minicon (Courtesy Cedar Park Public Library)

AUGUST 02 FREE FAMILY YOGA CLASS Bring your children to a family- friendly yoga class with Kidding Around Yoga. The class will have classic yoga, meditation, breath work and stress management. Some yoga mats are available, or you can bring your own. 2-3 p.m. Free. The Dance Academy & Ballet Academy North,

300 N. Bagdad Road, Leander. https://kiddingaroundyoga.com 06 NETWORKING LOCAL HAPPY HOUR Meet other Cedar Park and Leander business owners at Whitestone Brewery for a happy hour networking event. 4:30-6:30 p.m. Free. Whitestone Brewery, 601 E. Whitestone Blvd., Bldg. 5, Ste. 500, Cedar Park. 512-765-4828. www.facebook.com/networkinglocal

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Join a virtual book club on the second Tuesday of each month. In August, the club will discuss “The Lost Prince” by Michael Mewshaw. 2 p.m. Free. Online event

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NEWS REPORT

CEDAR PARK TOWN CENTER BY THE NUMBERS

City Council sells 13.41 acres of parklandat CedarParkTown Center for development

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Cedar Park Town Center is situated in the center of the city, surrounded by large retail centers and bordered by three major roads. Cedar Park City Council approved an ordinance to sell 13.41 acres within Town Center for $3.5 million to the city’s Economic Development Sales Tax Corp. Type A Board for potential oce development. The ordinance was approved June 25 in a 6-1 vote with Council Member Tim Kelly in opposition. As a concession, the council voted to reserve $250,000 for amenities within the Town Center. These amenities will be discussed by council and the public in the future, according to the approvedmotion. Land within the Town Center was previously considered as sites for the city library and City Hall, which are now planned and built elsewhere. Though City Council approved an ordinance for the land sale, Cedar Park residents voted on a prop- osition that authorized the city to sell Town Center parkland in 2016. Voters approved the proposition with a 52.68% vote. However, 61%of Town Center residents opposed the proposition, according toMayor Corbin Van Arsdale.

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Cedar Park Town Center is surrounded by large retail centers. (Taylor Girtman/Community Impact Newspaper)

Council Members Anne Duy and Mel Kirkland said they knew what they were voting on then. Kirkland said the council was direct and honest with residents prior to the election. “I knew exactly what I was voting for,” Kirkland said. “The argument placed by the city and by City Council at the time was very clear, in my opinion.” Duy said she voted against the proposition in 2016 because she did not favor losing open space in the city. "Whether it was clear or not, I voted against it,"Duy said. Council Member Dorian Chavez said he did not think the proposition was clear when he rst read it. He requested the city be clearer in the future.

Town Center resident Nate Varney said he does not support the city’s land sale decision. He said the city is moving too fast and without speaking to the Town Center neighbors. Shannon Wills, a Cedar Park Town Center resident, said the city has not involved the neighborhood in the town center’s developments or city decisions. She said the city has the right to sell the land, but residents should have a say in what is developed next to their homes. During the June 25 meeting, council discussed if the 2016 proposition was clear to voters. Van Arsdale said Town Center residents knew what they were voting on since 61% of Town Center residents voted against the proposition.

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EDUCATION Leander ISDtrustees narrowlyapprove 202021 budget

Breaking down a $507,502,492 budget

Notable numbers 2% 5.44% $15 million one-time payment to all employees, if enrollment is met dollars to fund new positions

 : $112,818,330 22%   : $14,839,083 3%

year-over-year increase in the general fund budget

BY BRIAN PERDUE

TOTAL: $507,502,492

With no one knowing what education will look like in August, Leander ISD’s board of trustees on June 18 needed two votes to narrowly approve a $379.85 million general fund budget for the 2020-21 iscal year. After the irst vote failed 4-3, trustee Jim Mackay changed his vote to approve the budget with trustees Trish Bode, Gloria Gonzales-Dholakia and Pam Waggoner. Citing a $21 million budget deicit, Grace Barber-Jordan, Elexis Grimes and Aaron Jordan voted against both motions. The budget reflects a 5.44% increase in expenditures over the inal $360,232,357 general fund budget for FY 2019-20. Trustees also approved a $14,839,083 budget for Child Nutrition Services and $112,818,330 budget for debt service. According to LISD Chief Financial Oficer Elaine Cogburn, the increase in the budget was due to several factors that included the implementation of full-day pre-K instruction in August, $15 million in new positions, a $1 million increase to the health insurance fund and a one-time 2% payment—in lieu of permanent raises—to all LISD employees. The $21,000,327 budget deicit will be covered by the district’s general fund. After adding the surplus from the FY 2019-20 budget and addressing the FY 2020-21 budget deicit, Cogburn estimated the general fund will contain $147,348,113. In late August or September, trustees will revisit plans for a proposed lower tax rate after the Texas Education Agency updates taxation rules, according to Cogburn. The proposed tax rate of $1.4162 reflects a drop from the FY 2019-20 rate of $1.4375. The maintenance and operations rate accounts for all of the drop, from $0.97 to the proposed $0.9487. The proposed sinking debt rate will remain the same at $0.4675. Fiscal year 2020-21 began July 1.

$21,000,327 overall budget decit that will be covered by the district’s fund balance

  : $379,845,079 75%

How themoney is spent The nearly $380 million general fund budget, which pays for day-to-day operations, is divided up as follows:

$17,840,578: supplies

$335,979,759: payroll

$12,821,994: contracted services

$8,606,871: utilities $4,439,430: travel $156,447: other

Who pays for it? Nearly three-quarters of Leander ISD’s revenue comes from local sources, most notably local tax revenue.

What homeowners will pay in taxes If the proposed 2020-21 tax rates do not change, a homeowner in LISD with a residence valued at $300,000 would pay $4,248.60 in property taxes to the school district during the current scal year.

Local tax collection 71%

Federal 1%

State funding 26%

Other sources 2%

Tax rate An ISD’s tax rate is

M&0 I&S

Total = $1.5119

2017-18

$1.04

divided into two parts. M&O, or maintenance and operations, funds the day-to-day operations. I&S, or interest and sinking debt, pays the principal and interest on district debt. *The 2020-21 rate will be nalized by September once the Texas Education Agency releases regulations.

$0.4719

= $1.51

2018-19

$1.04

$0.47

= $1.51

2019-20

$0.97

$0.4675

= $1.4162*

2020-21

$0.9487

$0.4675

SOURCE: LEANDER ISDCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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DAYS ON THEMARKET AVERAGE June 2018-May 2019

201920 CEDAR PARK  LEANDER REAL ESTATE MARKET AT A GLANCE

June 2019-May 2020

29

78641

183A TOLL

78613

78717

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In Cedar Park and Leander, median home close prices increased collectively across the area’s four ZIP codes— most signicantly in 78717—between June 2018-May 2019 and between June 2019-May 2020. The number of homes sold in the 78641 and 78726 ZIP codes increased by 19.16% and 13.61%, respectively, between the two date ranges. However, the number of closed sales decreased in the 78613 and 78717 ZIP codes.

45.58

26.67 -41.48%

45.17

23

-49.08%

78717

78613

78641 -8.58%

78626

78726

73.75

67.42

54.42

47.83

-12.11%

620

63 -7.94% Williamson County

Travis County

HOMES SOLD NUMBER OF

June 2018-May 2019

June 2019-May 2020

58

53

47

-11.32%

-1.42% Year-over-year change to average days on the market in Texas

Studying the stats

1,408

500

-10.87%

427 -14.6%

1,255 1,926

HOME SALES PRICE AVERAGE

June 2018-May 2019

June 2019-May 2020

147

-13.61%

2,295 +19.16%

127

$320,132 +3.16% $330,234

$369,999 +10.81% $409,986 $247,342 +3.40% $255,760

962

1,539

Williamson County

Travis County

+3.22%

-0.78%

993

1,527

$284,655

+2.19%

TOTAL HOMES SOLD IN CEDAR PARK  LEANDER

$290,880

June 2018-May 2019

June 2019-May 2020

Williamson County

Travis County

3.1%

3.7%

$280,546 $290,000 +3.37%

$347,418 $372,499 +7.22%

55.9%

48.3%

10.4%

12.6%

homes sold 4,104

homes sold 3,981

Studying the stats

Texas

Texas

30.6%

35.4%

$321,715 Average home price in Cedar Park-Leander between June 2019 and May 2020

$233,950 $244,160 +4.36%

SOURCE: AUSTIN BOARD OF REALTORSCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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1 GROCERY STORE 25 ACRES OF OPEN SPACE 180 SINGLEFAMILY LOTS 250 SENIOR LIVINGUNITS 650 HOTEL ROOMS 2,050 MULTIFAMILYUNITS

SOURCE: GENSLERCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

This rendering shows the proposed District 2243 in Leander. (Rendering Courtesy Gensler)

290-acre, mixed-use project called District 2243 proposed in Leander

This rendering was included in the entertainment presentation for District 2243. (Courtesy Gensler)

BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

A new live-work-play community is on the table in Leander, and Leander City Council has split views. District 2243, a proposed planned unit development, was presented to City Council at its July 2 meeting. The project would be located at the southwest corner of Hero Way and Ronald Reagan Boulevard, which is between the old and new RR 2243 to the north and south, respectively. In discussion, council members learned they could not immediately approve the 289.9-acre rezoning, so the rst reading of the zoning change request was postponed to the July 16 council meeting, which was sched- uled after this edition went to press. A rst and second reading is needed before approval. Four districts would make up the proposed project, including an urban core, a neighborhood district, a highway district, and a health and wellness district, according to Barry Hand, a principal at Gensler Dallas who presented the project to council. The urban core would be a mixed- use community with retail, dining and amenities along Ronald Reagan. The neighborhood district would include single-family houses and possibly a self-storage facility. The health and wellness district would center on a hospital, medical oces and a hotel. The highway district would span the north border with Hero Way with 1.75 million square

feet of oce space. The proposed project includes a total of 3 million square feet of oce space, which exceeds the amount of oce space in The Domain, North- line and other similar developments in Texas, according to the proposed plan. The proposed master plan features outdoor entertainment, an upscale grocery, urban gardens, diverse housing options, intimate gathering spaces and an active retail street, according to the project presentation. Instead of a large central park, the project will feature a trail network into the Brushy Creek Trail. A greenbelt would connect the four noncontiguous districts together, Hand said. If the zoning request to accommo- date the master plan is approved, the city will next consider a developer agreement, according to city spokes- person Mike Neu. Council members had split views on the details of the proposed project. Some council members expressed excitement over what could be the city’s largest mixed- use development. Others were concerned about the necessity of a 140,000-square-foot self-storage facility, planned phases, retail space and multifamily units. Mayor Troy Hill was concerned about the number of multifamily

Proposed District 2243 master plan

HEROWAY

The proposed District 2243 is a 290-acre mixed-use project southwest of the Hero Way and Ronald Reagan Boulevard intersection in Leander.

OFFICE SPACE RETAILGROCERY HOTELENTERTAINMENT HOSPITALMEDICAL OFFICE SPACE

2243

SINGLEFAMILY HOUSING MULTIFAMILY HOUSING SELFSTORAGE

Stephenson said the project is well- thought-out and will attract younger people to Leander. “I love the plan,” Stephenson said. “I love what it’s going to bring to Leander.” Council Member Marci Cannon was also concerned about the possibility of “unlimited” apartments in the project. She said the city has experienced prob- lems with buying into the renderings. “We love all these [renderings]. We just want to see these [renderings] reected in the legal document,” Cannon said.

SOURCES: CITY OF LEANDER, GENSLER COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

units. He said there should be a cap on the number of units in District 2243. “It’s not exciting to see a request for 1,800 units,” Hill said. Council Member Jason Shaw said he believed this is the area where multifamily units should be built. Shaw said he did not think 1,800 units were too many considering other apartments approved across the city. Council Member Michelle

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salt and nitrogen content burns plants—just like too much fertilizer,” Busby said.

and add to their property’s curb appeal. Houses along popular sidewalks may need to contend with dogs going to the bathroom—and potentially damaging plants. Busby said those homeowners need to “select plants that can withstand the twin assaults of drought and dog urine, which because of its

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Paul Busby has been landscaping since 1996. (Courtesy Paul Busby) Busby Landscapes

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