Consignment store opens in Leander Marketplace
Pleasant Surprises Consignment opened in the Leander Marketplace in March.
Reporter, Cedar Park | Leander
Marisa Charpentier joined Community Impact in September 2018. After working as an intern, she became a reporter for the Cedar Park | Leander edition in October 2018. Charpentier graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with degrees in journalism and Plan II Honors.
The health care district is considering increasing its minimum wage to $15 per hour.
After serving locals and tourists alike at its downtown location for more than 15 years, Moonshine Patio Bar & Grill opted to open a new location in 2018. Now just over a year old, the Avery Ranch location—called Moonshine Comfort & Cocktails—is bringing the same Southern comfort food and atmosphere to North Austin communities with a slightly modern flair.
The speed limit on a 1-mile stretch of Ronald Reagan Boulevard in Leander is being reduced from 65 mph to 50 mph.
Peace Lutheran Church Preschool is celebrating its 20th anniversary this academic year.
The Travis Central Appraisal District board of trustees voted to bring back in-person meetings for informal protests this year.
Officials in Austin and Travis County have formed a complete count committee to support the 2020 census effort.
As Cedar Park’s annual hotel occupancy tax, or HOT, revenue is expected to top $1 million in fiscal year 2019-20—and Leander begins receiving HOT revenue with the opening of its first hotel—city officials say they are considering how to best allocate funding to deserving entities.
In three years, Leanderthal Distilling founder Scott Calame has seen his business evolve.
The purpose of the Cedar Park transit study is to “identify available transit options and to evaluate options based on cost efficiency and effectiveness."
Cedar Park City Council plans at its Jan. 23 meeting to consider a Future Land Use Plan Amendment that could potentially lead to a 9.22-acre expansion of the Toyota of Cedar Park dealership.
Capital Metro will roll out the first two electric buses in late January.
Sweet Shack Candy Shop opened at its new location at 1525 Cypress Creek Road, Ste. G, in Cedar Park on Dec. 14.