The north-south route to Round Rock is progressing; Farm Exemption OK to Leander and more Central Texas News


The extension of Kenney Fort Boulevard is underway north of the highway. 79. (Amy Bryant / Community Impact Journal)

Read the top business and community news from the past week in the Central Texas area.

Round rock

Round Rock destroys new north-south road that could ease congestion

City officials are making progress in developing a vision for a new main artery that provides drivers with an alternate north-south route to Round Rock.


Georgetown Residents and HEB Representatives Start Petition to Allow Liquor Sales at Wolf Lakes Village

Georgetown residents and HEB officials are launching a petition campaign to address inconsistencies in the rules for the sale of alcohol in the city of Georgetown, according to a June 7 press release from Texas Petition Strategies.

Williamson County

Williamson County Threatens Lawsuit Against Austin Homeless Hotel

Williamson County Commissioners threatened legal action on June 8 against the city of Austin over its decision to buy a hotel for the homeless.

Léandre-Cèdre Park

Approved Ownership Exemption for Leander Owners

Leander board members approved a residential property exemption on June 3 for all Leander owners as property values ​​rise in the area.

Leander-Cedar Park’s growth breaks property value records

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the Leander and Cedar Park areas continue to experience record year-over-year growth in estimate, according to preliminary data from the Williamson Central Appraisal District.

Amy Denney, Fernanda Figueroa, Ali Linan, and Taylor Girtman contributed to this report.


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