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NOWOPEN 1 Golf brand Parson Xtreme Golf opened its PXG Dallas store Aug. 23 at 5633 Spring Creek Parkway, Ste. 100, Plano. PXG oers clubs that are uniquely sized for individuals then sold directly to consumers, rather than generic-sized equipment available to purchase in the store. The nearly 7,000-square-foot facility features three tting bays with golf simulators powered by TrackMan technology and a retail showroom with the latest PXG apparel and accessories. The store also oers a 775-square- foot lounge area that can host events. Parsons Xtreme Golf was founded in September 2014 by business owner Bob Parsons, who previously founded internet company GoDaddy. PXG Dallas is the company’s ninth retail store in the U.S. 972-905-3079. www.pxg.com 2 Red Hot Chik’n opened Aug. 27 at 8400 Preston Road, Ste. 100, Plano. The restaurant serves various chicken items, including wings, sandwiches and strips, with the option of adding sauces, such as lemon pepper, barbecue, bualo, habanero and more. 214-501-4488. www.redhotchikn.com

3 Korean fried chicken restaurant bb.q Chicken held a grand opening Sept. 13 at 8240 Preston Road, Ste. 130, Pla- no. The business oers fried chicken in a variety of avors, including golden original, hot spicy, honey garlic, gang- jeong and more. Kimchi fried rice, french fries, cheese sticks and other side items are also on the menu. 469-367-0281. www.bbqchickeneats.com 4 Luxe Boutique Plano plans to host a soft opening Sept. 20 at 7140 Bishop Road, Ste. 1122, Plano. The business, which is co-owned by Patti Gonzales and Fidi Guillen, oers women’s cloth- ing, accessories and gift items. Luxe also sells items via its Instagram and Facebook pages, and serves custom- ers via curbside and private appoint- ments. Items can be shipped. Facebook: Luxe Boutique Plano. 469-768-7550. Instagram: @LuxeBoutique.Plano COMING SOON 5 The Plano House of Comedy plans to open at the beginning of October at The Shops at Legacy, 7301 Lone Star Drive, Plano. The comedy club, which is taking over the space formerly occu-

pied by the Blue Martini lounge, will feature a dine-in experience with drinks and stand-up comedy. Renovations on the space began in early 2020 with an eye to open later that year, co-owner Rick Bronson said, but that work and the original planned opening of the club were pushed back because of the coronavirus pandemic. 469-440-9292. https://tx.houseofcomedy.net 6 Dave’s Hot Chicken plans to open a new location at 8315 Preston Road, Ste. 400, Plano. An opening date for the location has not been announced, but it is listed as coming soon on the com- pany’s website. The restaurant serves chicken tenders of varying degrees of spiciness, fried chicken sliders, sides and more. Dave’s Hot Chicken has locations in Dallas, as well as California, Colorado and Canada. A phone number is not yet available. www.daveshotchicken.com 7 Soul Bird Chkn Shack + Wing Bar is planning to open a new location at 5717 Legacy Drive, Ste. 155, Plano. The menu features chicken sandwiches, wings, tenders and salads. This would be the company’s second location in North Texas. The original restaurant is located at 310 S. Oak St., Ste. 100, Roanoke.

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FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN Suburban Yacht Club , a new restaurant from 33 Restaurant Group, opened Sept. 7 at The Boardwalk at Granite Park in Plano. The new cantina is inspired by Southern California and features a variety of unique dishes such as Flamin’ Hot Cheetos Elote, Jala-piña BBQ Chicken Asado and the Epic Shrimp Burrito. “Under the leadership of a great team of culinary professionals including Culinary Director Brian C. Luscher and Director of Operations Kristin Wisniewski, we are ready to share a yacht club experience in the heart of Plano,” 33 Restaurant Group founder Preston Lancaster said in a statement. “From the overall decor and color palette reminiscent of San Diego sunsets to the ebb and ow of the Pacic, every detail is a departure from everyday Texas to an unforgettable SoCal experience.” The restaurant’s drink menu includes tropical cocktails, sangrias on tap, a new bar, seating area and demon- stration kitchen. A phone number and website are not yet available. NAME CHANGE 9 Classic Cuts rebranded in mid-Au- gust and is now Namaste Brows . The change was made to reect the variety of services the salon oers, such as eyebrow threading, facial and body waxing, haircuts and coloring, makeup application, hair styling, false eyelash application, and henna tattooing. The business is located at 909 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano. 972-517-8402. www.namastebrowsplano.com RELOCATIONS 10 SMD Consulting & Accounting relocated Sept. 7 from 8765 Stockard Drive, Ste. 603, Frisco, to 5550 Granite Parkway, Ste. 170, Plano. The accounting rm provides various services, includ- ing strategic tax planning, nancial planning, asset preservation and in-

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NOWOPEN 1 Hissho Sushi &Wine Bar opened in August inside the Walmart Supercenter at 1700 Dallas Parkway, Plano. The full-ser- vice restaurant offers made-to-order sushi as well as a selection of wines. The Plano location is offering Hissho Sushi’s new crunchy buffalo chicken roll made with Frank’s Red Hot sauce, according to the company’s website. 972-803-6441 (Walmart). www.hisshosushi.com 2 Liquid Courage Spirits and More opened Aug. 20 at 930 E. 15th St., Ste. 100, Plano. The boutique liquor store carries craft beers, small batch spirits and hand-selected wines. 469-782-0100. www.facebook.com/liquidcouragespirits 3 RockBox Fitness opened Aug. 30 at 1941 Preston Road, Ste. 1020, Plano. The group fitness studio offers high-energy boxing and kickboxing classes in a com- munity setting. RockBox Fitness offers three membership tiers for customers. 214-919-5883. www.rockboxfitness.com 4 Jaime Barron, P.C.-Immigration Law Group opened a new branch office Sept. 13 at 700 W. 15th St., Plano. The firm’s immi- gration attorney services include helping

companies with employees who are not U.S. citizens, assisting families with loved ones in foreign countries and helping with some limited civil attorney services. The branch office is in the building formerly occupied by the Payless shoe store near the Collin Creek Mall redevelopment proj- ect. 214-267-9300. www.jaimebarron.com COMING SOON 5 A Black Rifle Coffee Company location is under construction at 901 North Central Expressway, Plano, near the former site of Collin Creek Mall. According to the Black Rifle Coffee Company website, the new coffee shop will offer a full espresso bar, 15 different blends of coffee, outdoor seating, a drive-thru, and grab-and-go food options. It is being built where TGI Fridays was formerly located. The Black Rifle Coffee website lists the Plano location as coming soon, though an opening date has not been announced. A phone number is not yet available. www.blackriflecoffee.com 6 Plano Music House plans to open by the end of September in the Prairie Creek Village development at 3047 W. 15th St., Plano. The music school will

offer classes in piano, guitar, drums, violin, viola, cello, voice, music compo- sition and music production for students as young as age 5. 469-443-8694. www.planomusichouse.com 7 Total Men’s Primary Care plans to open in October at 1921 Preston Road, Ste. B2076, Plano. Total Men’s offers same- day appointments, online scheduling and transparent pricing for men’s primary care. This will be the first location in Plano for the health care clinic, though it has 15 locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. 469-750-1682. www.totalmens.com RELOCATIONS 8 The First Baptist Church of Plano is relocating to a new location Sept. 12 at 3665 W. President George Bush Hwy., Plano. The church is currently located at 1300 E. 15th St. According to its website, The First Baptist Church of Plano can be traced back to 1852 with the founding of Spring Creek Baptist Church. Services are scheduled for Sundays at 9 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. There are also weekly Bible studies and other events. 972-424-8551. www.fbcplano.org

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EXPANSIONS 9 Honey-based skin care and supple- ments brand Hivessence expanded in July into offices at 500 North Central Expressway, Ste. 500, Plano. Hivessence Founder and President David M. Burrows launched the business from his Richard- son home in April. The business offers its products, which include creams, moistur- izers, masks and more, for sale through its website. Burrows said he hopes to expand the business later this year, and expects to begin selling Hivessence products at 15 North Texas spa, lash salon, and retail locations by the end of the year. Every online order is shipped in 100% recycled packaging and includes a packet of mixed wildflower seeds so customers can plant their own pollination garden, accord- ing to a news release. 855-546-4483. www.hivessence.com NEWMANAGEMENT 10 Spinoso Real Estate Group is now managing The Shops at Willow Bend , according to the shopping mall’s website.

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FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON Caddo Office Reimagined plans to open a second location in Plano at 4324 Mapleshade Lane in summer 2022. A groundbreaking event was held Sept. 2. The company oers private oce suites for individuals or small businesses with a 60-day cancellation, no-term lease. “This oce concept is unique in that it provides exibility,” Caddo Oce President Tim Slaughter said in an Aug. 26 news release. “Many small- business owners, especially through the pandemic, found themselves committed to longer-term leases that did not allow them to adjust to new economic circumstances.” Caddo Oce plans to add more locations across North Texas, the release stated. “We continue to see a need for Based out of Syracuse, New York, SREG specializes in creating value for large-scale retail and retail-based mixed-use proj- ects, according to its website. Starwood Retail Partners purchased The Shops at Willow Bend in October 2014 and began a redesign to overhaul the mall, according to a 2015 news release. Starwood Retail Partners had been spearheading a con- struction project to revamp the property but lost control of it in court proceedings, according to an April 23, 2020, letter to tenants obtained by Community Impact Newspaper . The court placed the mall in possession of Trigild, a company with of- fices in Dallas and San Diego that acts as a fiduciary for properties in bankruptcy pro- ceedings, among other services. According to its website, The Shops at Willow Bend features more than 100 stores, including Macy’s, Neiman Marcus and Dillard’s. It is located at 6121 W. Park Blvd., Plano. 972- 202-4900. www.shopwillowbend.com

convenient and exible oce options in neighborhood communities throughout our region,” Slaughter said in the release. “As we expand our footprint to meet these needs in new neighborhoods, our current membership also benets, as members are able to access shared amenities at all Caddo Oce Reimagined locations.” The rst Caddo Oce in Plano is located at 8105 Rasor Blvd. 972-707-2467. A number is not yet available for the second Plano location. www.caddooces.com

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CLOSINGS 11 Hub Streat , located at 1212 14th St., Plano, closed in August, according to an announcement made on its website. The dining and entertainment center opened in 2016 as a food truck and outdoor seat- ing concept. “We are so very fortunate to have built countless friendships and memories that we will always cherish,” a statement from the business reads. “Sadly, along with many of our friends and neighbors, we, too, have closed our doors.” www.hub.st 12 Covino’s Pasta & Pizza announced on its Facebook page in August that it would be temporarily closing its location at 3265 Independence Parkway, Plano. The announcement states the temporary closing is due to a staffing shortage and for some needed repairs to the location. Covino’s menu includes appetizers, sand- wiches and calzonoes, stromboli, and pizza as well as house specials and more. 972-519-0345. www.covinos.com

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Oak Point Park. The event features a performance from The Beatles tribute band A Hard Night’s Day. The evening is BYOB, though food will be available for purchase. 6-10:30 p.m. $12-$17. 2801 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano. 972-941-5800. www.plano.gov/arts 16 THROUGH 17 TAKE THE FAMILY CAMPING Plano hosts an evening of camping, outdoor games, nature walks and more at Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve. There will also be a tent decorating contest and pumpkin painting. This is an overnight event. 2 p.m.-10 a.m. $12 (per person). 5901 Los Rios Blvd., Plano. 972-941-7250. www.visitplano.com/event 22 PLAY GOLF FOR A GOOD CAUSE Gleneagles Country Club is hosting a charity classic to benet Operation Once in a Lifetime—a nonprot that provides memories and experiences for active duty service members, veterans and their families—and the Gleneagles Employee Fund. A nine-hole golf tournament will begin at 3:30 p.m. Tickets are $200 per person. A backyard bash and afterparty will be held that evening at 7 p.m., and tickets are $75 per person. Both events are limited to guests age 21 and older. An online silent auction for the afterparty will open Oct. 8. Gleneagles Country Club, 5401 W. Park Blvd., Plano. 972-964-6320. www.clubcorp.com/clubs/gleneagles- country-club WORTH THE TRIP SEPT. 24OCT. 17 HEAD TO THE FAIR The State Fair of Texas is back at Fair Park in Dallas. The 24-day event features rides, games, car shows, concerts and more. 9 a.m. $10-$50. 3921 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Dallas. 214-565-2917. www.bigtex.com

COMPILED BY ERICK PIRAYESH SEPTEMBER 16 THROUGH OCT. 22 EXPLORE GLOBAL CULTURES Global Reections, a multicultural art exhibit, is being held in place of the full- edged Plano International Festival, which was canceled due to the rise in coronavirus cases. The event also includes a Dancing with the Symphony program on Oct. 9, which features dance performances with musical accompaniment by the Plano Symphony Orchestra. Doors open for the program at 4:30 p.m. A luminaria event to honor those aected by the pandemic will follow at 7 p.m. Admission to the exhibit is free. $15 (Dancing with the Symphony program). Courtyard Theater, 1509 H Ave., Plano. www.planointernationalfestival.org 16 THROUGH OCT. 30 VIEWVIBRANT ART The ArtCentre of Plano features artist Kelly Steller Hrad’s exhibit “Make Room for Color.” The exhibit, which debuted Aug. 28, is open to the public and showcases Hrad’s signature colorful paintings. The ArtCentre is open Tuesdays through Saturdays. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. 902 E. 16th St., Plano. 972-423-7809. www.artcentreofplano.org 25 HAVE SOMEWINE DOWNTOWN The Downtown Plano Arts and Heritage Foundation hosts The Downtown Plano Art and Wine Walk. Attendees go on a wine-tasting and shopping tour throughout downtown Plano. The walk features live music, art exhibitions and special store discounts. Noon. $30. 1013 E. 15th St., Plano. 972-922-1292. www.visitdowntownplano.com/events OCTOBER 09 CELEBRATE THE BEATLES The city of Plano hosts Beatles Night 2021 at the Red Tail Pavilion in

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ONGOING PROJECTS 1 McDermott Road repairs

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Crews are working to repair concrete on McDermott Road between Independence Parkway and Coit Road. One lane will remain closed at all times, with an addi- tional lane closed from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Timeline: June-October Cost: $400,000 Funding source: city of Plano 2 Coit Road repairs Crews are making pavement and sidewalk repairs on Coit Road. The project is ex- pected to be active between Parker Road and Park Boulevard through December. One lane will remain closed at all times, with an additional lane closed from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Timeline: January 2020-December 2021 Cost: $7.9 million

Crews have begun working on widening the road at the intersection of Legacy and Parkwood. Work includes updates to pedestrian facilities, signal improve- ments and construction of additional turn lanes. Timeline: June 2021-March 2022 Cost: $1.9 million Funding sources: city of Plano, Collin County 6 Coit Road widening A project that will widen Coit Road between Mapleshade Lane and the President George Bush Turnpike includes updates to pedestrian facilities, signal improvements and construction of addi- tional turn lanes. Timeline: June 2021-March 2022 Cost: $2.1 million Funding sources: city of Plano, Collin County 7 Legacy Drive intersection improvements A project to improve three Legacy Drive intersections, including at K Avenue, Independence Parkway and Custer Road, will widen the roads and realign intersections. Crews began work at the K Avenue intersection in September. Timeline: September 2021-July 2022 Cost: $1.2 million Funding source: city of Plano

Funding source: city of Plano 3 Parker Road intersection improvements

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A project to improve intersections of Parker Road with Alma Drive and Coit Road will widen the road, improve signals and realign intersections. Crews started at Alma and will move to Coit following completion. Timeline: December 2020-December 2021 Cost: $2.1 million Funding source: city of Plano 4 Park Boulevard intersection improvements A project to improve five Park Boule- vard intersections, including at A Coit Road, B Custer Road, Alma Drive, K Avenue and Jupiter Road, will widen the roads and realign intersections. Crews

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STATEWIDEPROPOSITIONS L O O K I N G A T T E X A S L E G I S L A T I O N O N T H E B A L L O T Voters will nd eight propositions to amend the state constitution on the Nov. 2 ballot. Community Impact Newspaper spoke with Brandon Rottinghaus, the University of Houston’s political science chair, to break down each proposition. COMPILED BY JISHNU NAIR SOURCE: BRANDON ROTTINGHAUS, UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTONCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

P R O P O S I T I O N 1

P R O P O S I T I O N 3 RELIGIOUS SERVICES SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION 27 FILED WITH SECRETARY OF STATE ON MAY 19 What is it asking? This proposition will decide if state or local governments can limit religious services. Rottinghaus said this measure likely stems from COVID-19 mitigation eorts in 2020, when in-person religious services were limited in parts of Texas, such as Harris and Fort Bend counties.

P R O P O S I T I O N 5 JUDICIAL CONDUCT LIMITATION

P R O P O S I T I O N 7

RODEO RAFFLES

HOMESTEAD TAX LIMITATION FOR SURVIVING SPOUSES OF PEOPLEWITH DISABILITIES

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION 143

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION 165

FILED WITH SECRETARY OF STATE ON MAY 25

PASSED SENATE ON MAY 22

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION 125

What is it asking? This proposition allows voters to decide whether charities for teams sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association or Women’s Professional Rodeo Association can hold charitable raes. According to Rottinghaus, these raes need to be approved through a constitutional amendment to avoid falling foul of Texas’ gambling laws.

FILED WITH SECRETARY OF STATE ON MAY 18

What is it asking? Voters can decide whether the Texas Commission on Judicial Conduct, which is responsible for disciplining sitting judges, can extend its powers to candidates for the oce of a judge in Texas, allowing the commission to conduct investigations, accept complaints and disqualify candidates not in oce. P R O P O S I T I O N 6 ESSENTIAL CAREGIVERS SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION 19 FILED WITH SECRETARY OF STATE ON JUNE 1 What is it asking? Proposition 6 asks voters to decide whether residents of facilities such as nursing homes have the right to determine an essential caregiver who can visit without restrictions. Rottinghaus said this proposition also stemmed from COVID-19 mitigation measures aecting some care facilities.

What is it asking? This will determine whether surviving spouses of disabled people can receive limitations on the amount of property taxes they pay on their homesteads, provided they were age 55 or older when their partner died.

P R O P O S I T I O N 4 JUDICIAL ELIGIBILITY LIMITATION

P R O P O S I T I O N 8

P R O P O S I T I O N 2

HOMESTEAD TAX LIMITATION FOR SURVIVING

COUNTY INFRASTRUCTURE BONDS FORBLIGHTEDAREAS

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION 47

SPOUSES OF ARMED SERVICEMEMBERS

PASSED HOUSE ON MAY 18

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION 99

FILED WITH SECRETARY OF STATE ON JUNE 1

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION 27

What is it asking? This proposition would update requirements to serve on the Texas Supreme Court, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, the Texas Appeals Court or as a district judge. It would require 10 years of service as a practicing lawyer or a combined 10 years of service in legal practice and as a judge of a state or county court.

FILED WITH SECRETARY OF STATE ON MAY 25

What is it asking? Proposition 2 will determine whether counties can authorize bonds or notes to nance development in blighted or underserved areas. Rottinghaus described the amendment as a “shortcut” for county funding and said it could help urban counties going through a population boom.

What is it asking? Proposition 8 allows voters to decide whether surviving spouses of armed service members will be exempted from all or part of property taxes on homesteads, provided they were age 55 or older when their partner died.

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News from Plano, Plano ISD & Collin College

HIGHLIGHTS COLLINCOLLEGE A new IT Center opened this semester at Collin College’s campus in Frisco. The three-story building features ve labs equipped with Cisco networking hardware, a nursing room for mothers and several multipurpose labs. COLLINCOLLEGE Gov. Greg Abbott and local ocials on Sept. 1 announced the launch of a state- sponsored COVID-19 therapeutic infusion center at Collin College in McKinney. It began accepting patients on Sept. 2 and will treat outpatient cases of COVID-19 with Regeneron’s monoclonal antibodies. The clinic is open Monday-Saturday. PLANO ISD The district began its Virtual Academy for students in kindergarten through sixth grade Sept. 13 following approval of state funding for the program. Gov. Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 15 into law Sept. 9, according to the Texas Legislature Online system. That bill, authored by Sen. Larry Taylor, R-Friendswood, allows independent school districts and open-enrollment charter schools to oer virtual programs without a reduction in state funding. District sta said families of around 1,500 students applied to enroll in the Virtual Academy, though applications were still being processed Sept. 10 and a nal enrollment number was not available. The application window for the Virtual Academy ended Sept. 5. Plano City Council meets at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Meetings are held at 1520 K Ave., Plano, and can be streamed online. 972-941-7000. www.plano.gov Plano ISD board of trustees meets at 6 p.m. Sept. 21 and Oct. 5 at the PISD Administration Center, 2700 W. 15th St., Plano. 469-752-8100. www.pisd.edu MEETINGSWE COVER

Lowered tax ratewill raise more funds for the district

TAX RATE CHANGE This scal year’s tax rate is lower than last year’s rate, but because Plano’s appraised property values have increased, the lowered tax rate will still result in more property tax revenue for the district.

FY 2020-21

BY WILLIAM C. WADSACK

PLANO ISD Trustees adopted a slightly lower property tax rate at their Sept. 7 meeting that will generate more funds for the district than the scal year 2020-21 rate. The adopted rate of $1.32075 per $100 valuation is 0.23% lower than the rate passed last year. However, it will raise more money for maintenance and operations, according to a document prepared for the board. The increase in tax revenue for the district is tied directly to the continued rise of appraised property value in Plano, Chief Financial Ocer Randy McDowell said. “We know the [housing] market has been pretty hot recently, and so that continues to drive up home prices [in Plano],” he said. With this new rate, the average homeowner in Plano will pay $5,063 in school property taxes per year, which is an increase from the average $4,894 paid last scal year, McDowell said. The district’s new tax rate is also the same as its voter-approved tax rate. PISD was initially expecting to pay about $188 million into the state’s recapture system this school year, or $8

$1.32375*

-0.23%

FY 2021-22

$1.32075*

*Per $100 property valuation

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million more than last year, McDowell said. However, since the district’s average daily attendance numbers are below projections, he said that number could change. “We’ll have to continue to monitor that,” McDowell said. “If those [attendance totals] don’t increase back to the projected number, we will be paying recapture that will be greater than $188 million.” Superintendent Sara Bonser told the board during its Aug. 9 meeting that students enrolled in the district’s temporary virtual school will not qualify for attendance funding from the state. That option ended Sept. 10.

Plano to see new services under DART bus network redesign

service frequency and availability in areas with the heaviest ridership, according to DART sta. The rede- signed network will also expand coverage and oer more direct routes. The planned network changes are slated to go into eect Jan. 24, 2022. Riders in Plano will see revisions to a number of the city’s routes and the services oered, but DART ocials expect the coverage area in Plano to see little change overall. Under the new plan, Plano residents will see the expansion of DART’s GoLink service, which oers on-demand shuttles. The agency is adding two GoLink

BY WILLIAM C. WADSACK

PLANO The Dallas Area Rapid Tran- sit board of directors unanimously approved a major bus network redesign during its Aug. 24 meeting. The new DARTzoom Final Bus Network Plan was designed to address the signicant growth Plano and the surrounding areas have seen since the service was created in 1983. DARTzoom’s goal was to improve

A passenger boards a DART bus. ERICK PIRAYESHCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

zones in central Plano and east Plano to give the city a total of ve. The central Plano zone will cover portions of three current bus routes. The other zone will cover portions of two existing bus routes in the eastern portion of the city and extend into Richardson.

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ENROLLMENT TRENDS COMPILED BY OLIVIA LUECKEMEYER The following includes facts and gures about education levels in Plano and the surrounding areas. The majority of Plano residents have gone on to receive a bachelor’s degree or higher following high school. SOURCES: 2019 AMERICAN COMMUNITY SURVEY 5YEAR ESTIMATES, TEXAS HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATING BOARDCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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These higher education institutions each have campuses in Plano. The demographics here are for student enrollment, and degrees and certicates awarded at these college systems.

White African American Hispanic

Other

International

Fall 2019

Fiscal year ending Aug. 31, 2019

COLLIN COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 4,088 Degrees/certicates issued scal year 2018-19

EDUCATED POPULATIONS

Degrees/certicates

Student enrollment

Here is a look at educational attainment among residents age 25 and older.

50.7%

47.6%

11.5%

12.8%

Some college, no degree Associate degree Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree

High school graduate (includes equivalency)

17.7%

21.8%

34,328 Total district enrollment in fall 2019

13.8%

16%

Less than ninth grade Ninth-12th grade, no diploma

6.3%

1.8%

COLLIN COUNTY

PLANO

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS

19.1%

22.1%

29,543 Total enrolled at university in fall 2019 7,908 Degrees/certicates issued scal year 2018-19

Degrees/certicates

Student enrollment

33.2%

35.1%

28.8%

28.2%

7.3%

6.1%

4.9%

5.6%

19.1%

17.3%

11.5%

14.4%

15%

13%

24.9%

33.2%

3.3% 2.9%

2.8%

18.7%

29.8%

3.6%

NOTE: SOME PERCENTAGES MAY NOT EQUAL 100% DUE TO ROUNDING.

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IMPROV I NG P L ANO Construction can be disruptive, but the end result is a better Plano. Here are major projects underway in the City of Plano over the next six months. (Start and completion dates are estimated.) For project details, please visit plano.gov/cip

MCDERMOTT RD

1

25

21

HEDGECOXE RD

INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS 1. Coit and McDermott Start 12/21 | Completion 6/22 Headquarters and DNT Start 12/21 | Completion 7/22 Legacy and Parkwood Start 6/21 | Completion 2/22 Legacy and Hedgecoxe Start 12/21 | Completion 6/22 Legacy and Independence Start 10/21 | Completion 8/22 Legacy and Custer Start 10/21 | Completion 8/22 Legacy and K Ave 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

RECONSTRUCTION 17.

121

Commerce – 15th Street to Plano Pkwy Start 9/21 | Completion 6/22 Parker Rd – Custer to Roundrock Start 2/22 | Completion 10/23

2

22

18.

3 4

75

LEGACY DR

TENNYSON PKWY

5

6

to Jupiter Road – Chaparral to Park Start 8/21 | Completion 11/21 ARTERIAL ASPHALT OVERLAY 19. 20. MEDIAN RENOVATIONS Spring Creek – Midway to Parkwood Start 1/22 | Completion 4/22 NEW CONSTRUCTION/EXPANSION

CHAPARRAL RD

7

SPRING CREEK PKWY

11

8

20

WINDHAVEN PKWY

Start 10/21 | Completion 8/22 Spring Creek and Windhaven Start 12/21 | Completion 6/22 Preston and Park Blvd Start 12/21 | Completion 7/22 Coit – Mapleshade to PGBT Start 6/21 | Completion 2/22 U.S. 75 and Spring Creek Start 12/21 | Completion 7/22 Plano Pkwy and Independence Start 12/21 | Completion 10/22 Plano Pkwy and Executive Start 12/21 | Completion 10/22 Plano Pkwy and Parkwood Start 12/21 | Completion 10/22

Fire Training Facility Start 10/20 | Completion 3/22 Davis Library Start 4/21 | Completion 5/22 Harrington Library Start 8/21 | Completion 8/22

21.

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9.

PARKER RD

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27

11.

PARK RENOVATIONS

12.

24.

Evans Park Start 2/21 | Completion 7/22 Russell Creek Park Playground Start 7/21 | Completion 7/22 Willowcreek Park Start 7/21 | Completion 7/22 Glen Meadows Park Start 1/22 | Completion 12/22 Old Shepherd Place Park Start 1/22 | Completion 12/22

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PARK BLVD

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15TH ST

14TH ST

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15. PEDESTRIAN CROSSING 14th Street at J Crosswalk

27.

28.

Start 11/21 | Completion 4/22

PLANO PKWY

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ROAD WIDENING

10

16.

Shiloh Road – 14th Street to Park Blvd Start 12/21 | Completion 5/23

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