Coral Reef Coffee Company now open in Lewisville
Coral Reef Coffee Company is now open in Lewisville. (Courtesy Coral Reef Coffee Company)
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By Anna Herod | | Updated
By Anna Herod
Preliminary STAAR results show more Lewisville ISD students not meeting expectations in reading, math
Data released this week show 19% of fifth graders and 28% of eighth graders in Lewisville ISD did not meet expectations in math in the spring 2021 assessments.
In My Parents Basement opened in the mall in May.
Douglas Elliman Texas CEO Jacob Sudhoff said one trend from 2020 that has continued this year is tenants wanting to migrate from urban apartment developments to suburban homes.
“The new normal is closer to the old normal than we thought it would be,” said Frank Mihalopoulos, the founder of Corinth Properties. “We lost a lot of businesses, and ... some restaurants are not even open all the hours that they had. We noticed some folks don’t even open in the evenings or on certain days for the longest time.”
Craig Hall, founder of the Hall Group, said his projects have him working with out-of-state city leaders, and it’s “refreshing” to work with Texas attitudes.
Waketon Road will close to thru traffic between Long Prairie Road and Timber Way Drive beginning Monday, June 28. Detour signs will be posted.
Without state funding, Lewisville ISD stated it would not be able to offer virtual learning full-time for the upcoming school year.
The $20.1 million project is being funded through certificates of obligation bonds and utility revenue bonds, according to city documents.
Agenda items will be announced before the session begins, according to a release from the governor's office.
Popular flavors include peach cobbler, banana pudding and chicken salad.
Flower Mound has had a 2.5% homestead exemption since 2018. The council's June 21 vote doubles the exemption to 5%.
The Flower Mound Town Council voted June 21 to issue up to $10.25 million in certificates of obligation bonds for water and sewer system projects.