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Biggest Lewisville bond proposition is $71.6 million for streets

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Posted by WhosPlayin on 2015/11/2 21:30:00 (1045 reads)

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Map showing locations of Blue Ribbon Bond Committee's recommended streets projects - CLICK TO ENLARGE (Map by LTJ using City of Lewisville data.©HERE)

By Steve Southwell

The biggest item on Tuesday's ballot for Lewisville voters is Proposition #1, which requests authority to issue bonds for $71.6 million for major street projects in Lewisville.

Although that number was arrived at by the Blue Ribbon Bond Committee by examining street projects, and prioritizing them, it is important to note that the projects listed here are not guaranteed. Only the total amount of bonds authorized would be guaranteed, but it is possible that some street projects would change priority or be funded by other means. Traffic patterns could change, or other higher-priority streets projects could take precedence.

The street projects examined by the Blue Ribbon Bond Committee are mapped at right, and listed below:

- Timberbrook subdivision: $8.8 million
- South Kealy Avenue: $465,000
- Mill Street at SH 121 realignment: $3.0 million
- Valley Ridge East extension: $4.4 million
- Corporate Drive extension: $7.7 million
- Kealy, Jones, and Cowan: $4.9 million
- Civic Circle: $1.2 million
- Indian Oaks Subdivision (phase 1): $2.2 million
- Valley Parkway: $2.1 million
- College Street: $1.2 million
- Cowan Street: $1.9 million
- Railroad Street: $1.9 million
- Holford's Prairie: $2.0 million
- Lewisville Valley 4 subdivision: $9.9 million
- Meadow Glen subdivision: $7.4 million
- Lewisville Valley 1 subdivision: $7.7 million
- Bellaire Blvd: $5.1 million

For more information on voting locations and times...

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Voters to decide local bond props, state amendments on Tuesday, November 3

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Posted by LewisvilleTexan on 2015/11/1 21:20:00 (1303 reads)

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On Tuesday, November 3, Lewisville voters will vote on state constitutional amendments and a bond package that could be used to pay for $135 million in capital improvements for the city over the next 10 years.

The package is split into four propositions for voters: $71.6 million for street improvements, $10.5 million for public safety facilities, $39.9 million for parks, including a new multi-generational recreation center, and $13 million for an indoor aquatic center.
The proposed indoor aquatic center would be a planned second phase item for the proposed recreation center at Memorial Park. The expected impact on the yearly operations budget for an aquatic facility would be $625,000

If approved, the bonds would be sold over the course of 10 years, staggered as needed to fund each year’s projects and keep the repayment schedule as level as possible.
Bonds are repaid through the Debt Service Fund, which is funded by the Interest & Sinking fund (I&S) component of the city’s property tax rate. Lewisville taxpayers have been paying $0.117320 per $100 valuation, but if all of the bonds except the aquatic center are approved by the voters, it is expected that the I&S tax rate could rise by as much as 1.4 cents at its highest point on the repayment schedule, resulting in a $0.131 I&S rate.

For the average home value in Lewisville of $180,132, this could mean up to a $25.21 property tax increase per year. The owner of a $100,000 home would pay up to an additional $14. City staff estimate that the aquatic center option would add 0.4 cents to that upper I&S tax rate. If all of the bond propositions pass, the total maximum increase for that average home value would be $32.42 per year, or 1.8 cents.

After passage, the city would be legally obligated to the keep the I&S tax below the advertised rate, which represents more of a ceiling than a forecast. If instead of a 10-year program, the bonds were issued over the course of 12 to 13 years, the odds are good that the city could keep the I&S rate very close to where it is now.

Lewisville voters last approved a bond package in 2003, which funded numerous projects in the city. That authority has all been exhausted.

Each year, as bond issues from the 2003 authorization reach maturity, the funds that were being used to pay them off are freed up, and can be used for debt service under this new authorization. Passage of the bond propositions does not obligate the City Council to actually incur the debt. If economic conditions changed after passage, the Council could delay or cancel the issuance. Likewise, if the voters approved the aquatic center as a separate ballot item, but not the parks and recreation funding, the Council would likely not issue bonds for that.

The City of Lewisville typically sells general obligation (GO) bonds with a maturity of about 16 years, so that the paydown is quick. In recent years, the City of Lewisville has taken advantage of its AAA credit rating and historic low interest rates by refinancing bonds from the 2003 program to save on interest payments.
The 2015/16 budget includes $10 million for debt service on existing GO bonds, of which $7.5 million goes to principal, while $2.5 million pays interest on the outstanding debt. Total current outstanding GO bond indebtedness is $66 million, with total interest payable through maturity in 2029 of $13.6 million.

The city has budgeted $20,000 to cover the cost of the bond election. The budget also includes $150,000 for capital project management if the election passes.

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McKinney Boyd deflates Farmers' playoff hopes

Posted by MikeIbanez on 2015/10/31 12:50:00 (463 reads)

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Farmers take the field Thursday night at Max Goldsmith stadium (Photo by Caitlin Butler)

By Mike Ibanez

This season, the Lewisville Farmers have earned the respect of opposing coaches, players, and fans, awakened the collective consciousness of DFW area high school football pundits, and even played host to visiting college coaches eager to swoop up homegrown talent.

But the Farmers will have to wait at least another year to return to the postseason playoffs.

McKinney Boyd defeated Lewisville 42-31 at Goldsmith Stadium on Thursday night, eliminating the Farmers (4-5 overall, 3-4 in District 6-6A) from playoff consideration with one game left in the season.

The Broncos improved to 5-4 overall and 4-3 in district play. They face off with Hebron next week with the fourth and final postseason bid on the line.

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Lewisville senior Cortez Thomas prevents McKinney Boyd from completing a pass. (Photo by Anthony Mazur)
Lewisville struggled to contain Boyd’s balanced offensive attack and suffered four turnovers, but still led 31-28 with 11:09 left in the game. But that’s when Bronco tailback Kaeden Markham took over, registering two touchdown runs and gaining 119 of his 192 rushing yards after returning from an injury.

“McKinney Boyd is used to going to the playoffs and they know how to finish off a big game like that,” Lewisville coach Gregg Miller said after addressing his players, many of which emerged from the Farmer dressing room in tears. “We’re still trying to get there.”

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Print Edition - 10/31/2015

Print Editions of LTJ
Posted by LewisvilleTexan on 2015/10/31 12:34:04 (217 reads)

Open in new windowHere is the October 31 edition of The Lewisville Texan Journal:

You can find free copies at any of these locations.

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Food Reviews: Harvest Chinese Restaurant

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Posted by Pmoulard87 on 2015/10/30 16:47:11 (625 reads)

By Philip Moulard

1288 W Main St #231, Lewisville, TX 75067
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My significant other is a fiend for Chinese cuisine. She does not simply want it often, she seems to have a genetic need for its consumption. Over the past two years of our residence in Lewisville, we have made many trips to multiple Chinese food eateries. While some have a few dishes better than others, they all end up being very similar in the end. One common flaw shared among them, is a lack of consistency in the menu. As a result of this, I have never found myself able to share that love of the cuisine. However, since shopping at Winco Foods, we have become aware of a small, neon-adorned Chinese restaurant tucked discreetly into the side of a mostly bare shopping center. We recently decided to venture into this restaurant for a try. Despite my low expectations, the experience we had was pleasantly surprising.

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Upcoming Events Around Lewisville and the Surrounding Area

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Posted by Pmoulard87 on 2015/10/30 12:20:00 (918 reads)

Open in new windowThere are many arts, leisure events, and educational opportunities coming up in Lewisville and the surrounding cities. Listed below are selected events.

Monday, November 2 - Lewisville City Council Meeting
The Lewisville City Council meets at 7 p.m. on the first and third Mondays of the month (except holidays) at Lewisville City Hall, 151 W. Church St. Meetings are open to the public, and agendas are posted online at by the Thursday prior.

Tuesday, November 3 - Election Day
The City of Lewisville has a bond election. Voters decide on a bond package that will be used to pay for up to $135 million in capital improvements for the city over the next ten years. The package has four propositions: $71.6 million for street improvements, $10.5 million for public safety facilities, $39.9 million for parks and recreation facilities, and $13 million for an indoor aquatic center. Voters will also decide on state constitutional propositions. For election day voting locations see online for The Lewisville Texan Journal elections story at

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Thursday, November 5 - Discover Local Expo
Join us for a FREE, family-friendly event, featuring: The Taste of Southern Denton County - sample food and beverages from
area restaurants. Get child IDs - fingerprinting and safety record for your child. Kids Performances and Activities - experience performance from area students and enjoy kids games and much more! This is a great way to get to know the businesses in our community. The expo will be from 3 p.m. through 7 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn, 785 State Highway 121 Bypass. For more information see

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Friday, November 6 - Saliva, live at Hat Tricks
Early 2000’s alternative metal act, Saliva, will be performing at Hat Tricks, 101 E. Corporate Dr. #300, on Friday, November 6 beginning at 9:30 p.m. Known for their hits “Click Click Boom” and “Always,” Saliva was one of the few bands of the Nu-Metal scene that continued to see success well into the next decade. Tickets are $15 pre-event or $20 at the door. $50 meet and greet packages are available online at

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Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday: November 5, 7, and 8 - Lewisville High School’s Theatre Department presents Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella”
Come to Stuver Auditorium on LHS’ Main Campus, 1098 W. Main Street to witness this classic play. Performances begin at 7 p.m. Thursday and Saturday evenings, and at 2 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. Tickets are $15 for preferred premium seating and $10 for reserved seating. Both are available at the door and in advance online at where you can also find additional information regarding the show.

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Friday, November 6 - High Tea and Wreath Auction
Come to the Bridlewood Golf Club to experience Youth and Family Counseling’s annual charity event. This year’s theme is “Over the River and Through the Woods.” The event, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., features a delicious lunch, beautiful home décor for live and silent auction, raffles, a hat contest, and much more. Denton County United Way’s CEO Gary Henderson will be the guest speaker. Tickets are $35 each and can be purchased at the door. All money raised goes to fund the mental health counseling for residents of Denton County. For more information, contact Eren Turner at

Saturday, November 7 - U.S. Flag Retirement Ceremony
Lewisville Morning Rotary will hold its fifth annual U.S. Flag Retirement Ceremony at Medical Center of Lewisville Grand Theater courtyard, 100 N. Charles Street, on Saturday, Nov. 7 at 11 a.m. The theme of this year’s event will be “Honoring the End of World War II.” The program will include Boy and Girl Scouts as well as the Lewisville Police Honor Guard. A donation also will be made to Dallas Area Honor Flight.

Saturday, November 7 - Pediplace Poker Night
PediPlace Poker Party 2015 will be held on Saturday, November 7 at Hedrick House, 1407 Creekview Drive. The party will begin at 7 p.m. and feature an exciting Texas Hold ‘Em Poker tournament and an all-you-can-eat buffet and open bar. With a $100 donation, guests will receive dinner, open bar, and starting chips. To register to play, visit

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Saturday, November 7 - Korner Cafe Classic Car Show
From 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Special Interest Fords DFW will sponsor a classic car show at Korner Cafe located at 921 W. Main St. All makes and models welcome, $15 entry fee. Trophies, 50/50 pot, raffles, drawings, live music. Great food. More info: 817-919-2473

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Saturday, November 7 & Sunday, November 8 - Holiday Market
GGA Productions brings the Lewisville Holiday Market to the Premier Event Center at Lakeland Plaza, 1165 S. Stemmons Fwy. Booth after booth of gifts, original art, crafts and more. Free bounce house for the kids. First 50 shoppers through the door each day will receive a "swag bag" and one lucky shopper will win the "Super Swag Bag.” Admission is $5 per person, kids 12 and under are free with paid adult. Free parking. Strollers welcome.

Monday, November 9 - LISD Board Meeting
LISD will hold their monthly board meeting at Bolin Administrative Center, 1565 W. Main St. Open session begins at 7 p.m. All board meetings are live streamed and can be watched at

Saturday, November 14 - Keep Lewisville Beautiful hosts the Trinity Trash Bash Annual Waterway Cleanup
Join KLB at Lake Park on Saturday, November 14, for a city-wide cleanup event. Participants will be provided with the supplies needed and be assigned areas to remove litter. This cleanup is designed to focus on the waterways that flow into Lake Lewisville, the Trinity River, and its tributaries. Light breakfast is supplied along with KLB t-shirts, goody bags, and chances to win door prizes. Free Environmental Expo and Texas Arbor Day Celebration on site following the event. : Join in from 8 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. at Lake Park, Trotline Rd. Register online at

Sunday, November 15 - Lewisville Civic Chorale concert
The Lewisville Civic Chorale cordially invites you to the next concert: America’s Musical Landscape III. Artistic Director Lewis Worthington and the Chorale will perform music by Eric Whitacre, Morten Lauridsen, Frank Ferko, Moses Hogan, and some surprises along the way. The performance will take place at 3 p.m. at The Episcopal Church of the Annunciation, 602 N. Old Orchard Lane, (corner of Old Orchard Lane and College Parkway). Ticket prices are: Adults $15, Family $30, Senior Citizen $10, Student $5. Tickets may be purchased online at or at door.

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Friday, November, 20 - Lewisville Lake Symphony presents Serenade, an Evening of Romance
Enjoy an evening of wind serenades featuring Mozart: Serenade No. 11 for Winds in E-Flat Major and Dvořák: Serenade for Wind Instruments, Op. 44. The performance will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the MCL Grand Theater, 100 N. Charles St. Visit for additional information and to purchase tickets online.

Saturday, December 5 - Holiday Stroll
The annual Old Town Holiday Stroll will be held Saturday, Dec. 5, in historic Old Town Lewisville, featuring a wide range of free family events from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Highlights will include Huffines Auto Dealerships Lewisville Christmas Parade at noon, followed by Holiday Stroll activities from 1 - 7 p.m. including community performances, holiday activities, photos with Santa, the Santa Paws Village and "Lewisville Lights!" Old Town Christmas Tree Lighting. For event information, call 972.219.3401 and be sure to check for updates.

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Bridge over I-35E permanently closed over safety concerns

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Posted by LewisvilleTexan on 2015/10/29 7:00:00 (7431 reads)

Permanent Closure of North Denton/Lake Dallas Drive Bridge

From a submitted report

HICKORY CREEK - Due to safety concerns, the North Denton/Lake Dallas Drive bridge was permanently closed by 1 a.m. this morning. The left lane of the southbound frontage road approaching the bridge will also be closed.

· Southbound frontage road traffic will be detoured onto Ventana Drive to Point Vista Street to Turbeville Road and then back to the southbound frontage road.

· Carmike theater visitors will use Point Vista Street to access the theater.

· Southbound I-35E motorists wishing to access the east side of I-35E will continue on southbound I-35E, exit at Hickory Creek Road and take the South Denton/Lake Dallas Drive bridge across the interstate.

The North Denton/Lake Dallas Drive bridge was slated to be demolished in early 2016. As part of the 35Express Project, Turbeville/Hundley Road will be extended underneath I-35E and will replace the North Denton/Lake Dallas Drive bridge.

This work is related to the 35Express project, an expansion of I-35E between U.S. Highway 380 in Denton County and I-635 in Dallas County. All closures are subject to weather conditions and may be postponed, if necessary.

For more information on the 35Express project and to sign up to receive traffic alerts, please visit or call 214-483-7777.

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2015 Texas Constitutional Amendments

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Posted by LewisvilleTexan on 2015/10/27 7:43:01 (470 reads)

By Ken Judkins

Remember to make your voice heard on the 2015 Texas Constitutional amendments. Voting on state constitutional amendments is one of the few occasions that our political process allows voters to have a direct influence on our laws. It is very important that we make informed decisions on these issues as some of them will have a real influence on our lives. This year decisions are to be made on seven separate ballot measures.

November 3 is Election Day, although early voting has already begun.

Early voting times and locations...

The following is the actual ballot language for each proposed amendment, directly from the Texas Secretary of State’s official website, followed by a brief explanation of that proposition.

Proposition 1 – SJR 1
“The constitutional amendment increasing the amount of the residence homestead exemption from ad valorem taxation for public school purposes from $15,000 to $25,000, providing for a reduction of the limitation on the total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be imposed for those purposes on the homestead of an elderly or disabled person to reflect the increased exemption amount, authorizing the legislature to prohibit a political subdivision that has adopted an optional residence homestead exemption from ad valorem taxation from reducing the amount of or repealing the exemption, and prohibiting the enactment of a law that imposes a transfer tax on a transaction that conveys fee simple title to real property.”

Proposition 1 contains basically four parts. The first is a simple increase in the homestead exemption for school taxes from $15,000 to $25,000. (This exemption was raised from $5,000 to $10,000 in 1997.)

The second part pertains to an existing homestead exemption provision for elderly people that allows for their school taxes to be frozen, and allows for the first part of this proposition to further exempt their property value, essentially providing for a reduction in property taxes.
The third part involves limits on local governmental entities to keep them from reducing exemptions that they have provided under a section of state law that previously allowed those local entities to provide their own exemptions.

The fourth part of this proposition prohibits the state from ever (as long as the amendment remains in effect) imposing a transfer fee on the sale of real property.

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Food Reviews: Ojeda's Mexican Restaurant

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Posted by Pmoulard87 on 2015/10/26 16:15:55 (932 reads)

By Philip Moulard

1680 TX-121 BUS, Lewisville, TX 75067
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Every year the DFW metroplex inches closer to becoming the next Los Angeles, Chicago, or New York City in terms of culinary notoriety. All that success has resulted in many regional chains that are native to this area. Among that growing list of chain restaurants sits the Tex-Mex eatery, Ojeda’s. Opening in Dallas’ Oak Lawn area 46 years ago, Ojeda’s has been a local favorite since its inception. Taking traditional Mexican enchiladas and adding creative spins to them, Ojeda’s in Oak Lawn, still to this day, rates among Dallas’ top Mexican restaurants, even placing #7 in D Magazine earlier this year. However, like many other regional chains, not all locations are equal.

Lewisville, like many other cities in Texas, has a plethora of Tex-Mex restaurants. Take a ride down any exit off of I-35E and you are likely to find at least one or two Tex-Mex restaurants. Ojeda’s Lewisville location is just one of the many choices available. I had heard many mixed things about Ojeda’s, but after reading praise of its original location, I was determined to make our local branch the target of my next review. Recently, my small family of four decided to put the restaurant to the test.

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Hard Twist: Western Ranch Women continues through November 7 at MCL Grand

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Posted by Pmoulard87 on 2015/10/25 23:32:19 (373 reads)

By Philip Moulard
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In September the MCL Grand Theater art gallery debuted “Hard Twist: Western Ranch Women”. This photo collection from the National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame features more than 60 black and white photographs by Barbara Van Cleve documenting the lives of ranch women from the northern Rockies to the Mexican border. The collection is an homage to all the women of the range and their ranches and the breathtaking landscapes in which they live. Van Cleve’s photos depict the life these women live as caretakers of their ranches and their families.

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