Lewisville - Flower Mound - Highland Village Edition - Feb20

LEWISVILLE FLOWERMOUND HIGHLANDVILLAGE EDITION

VOLUME 3, ISSUE 4  FEB. 5MARCH 3, 2020

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The state has identied $1.4BILLION of planned improvements to

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portions of I-35E through Lewisville to begin over the next decade. The improvements entail widening the freeway and reconstructing multiple interchanges and frontage roads.

The construction projects planned for I35E through Lewisville are intended to lessen congestion and increase safety. (Anna Herod/Community Impact Newspaper)

Historic farmhouse to relocate tomakeway for LakesideVillage

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city will pay to transport the house to a city-owned lot, where it will be preserved. “The house is a piece of history of this region,” Tate said. “The property [the house] sits on was traditionally considered part of Grapevine until it was annexed in 1987. So the house has CONTINUED ON 14

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A historic farmhouse will be relo- cated from southern Flower Mound to Grapevine by the end of March tomake way for Lakeside Village, a planned $1 billion mixed-use development. The two-story house, built in 1905, currently overlooks Grapevine Lake. Grapevine Mayor Bill Tate said his

This historic farmhouse will be transported to and preserved in Grapevine by the end of March. (Anna Herod/Community Impact Newspaper)

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