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It was a full house on Thursday, March 31, at the MCTX Community Center as the Texas Parkway-Cartwright Road Corridor Development Advisory Committee updated community stakeholders on a host of improvements coming to the area. Artists’ renderings of some of the upcoming changes were on display prior to the meeting.
City Council members and staff attending the meeting included Mayor Robin Elackatt; Mayor Pro Tem, District B Councilmember and Texas Parkway-Cartwright Road Corridor Committee Chair Jeffrey L. Boney; District A Councilmember Monica Riley; District D Councilmember Floyd Emery; At-Large Position No. 2 Councilmember Lynn Clouser; City Manager Charles Jackson; and Chief Operations Officer David Jordan.
Committee Chair Boney delivered opening remarks to begin the presentation. The Economic Development, Public Works and Parks & Recreation teams also participated, answering residents’ questions on detailed specifics of the improvement projects. If you were unable to attend the open house, here’s a recap of what’s coming to the corridor:
Parks Maintenance Building
Quail Green West Park
Hunters Glen Park Trail
Hunters Glen Soccer Field Lighting
MUD 26 Park
Rail Road Interchange at 90 and Texas Parkway
Striping Along the Corridor
Signage Along the Corridor
Median Beautification/Coming Soon Signs
Arts and Culture Committee
Center Point Upgrade
Restaurant Incentive Program
Grand Park Agreement
Old Kroger Site
Old Movie Theater Site
McDonald’s on Cartwright
Old HEB Site
Legacy Clinic (across Texas Parkway from Jubilee senior living apartments)