Keller - Roanoke - Northeast Fort Worth Edition - March 2020

KELLER ROANOKE NORTHEAST FORTWORTH EDITION

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 11  MARCH 25APRIL 28, 2020

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CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE

City of Keller Mayor Pat McGrail will not be running for another term when the next local elections take place. McGrail has decided to step down from oce after serving ve terms as a council member and four terms as mayor.

Due to the fast-changing nature of coronavirus in the region, readers should visit communityimpact.com to nd the latest coverage on announcements, case numbers, school closures and more.

“I’VE HELPED GUIDE KELLER TO THE BEST OF MY ABILITY. IT HAS BEEN A JOY TO HAVE A FRONT-ROW SEAT TO OUR GROWTH AND PROSPERITY AND TO SEE THIS NOOK OF NORTHEAST TARRANT COUNTY REMAIN A CHARMING, THRIVING PLACE TO LIVE AND WORK.” PAT MCGRAIL, KELLER MAYOR

Mayor Pat McGrail hopes the city of Keller continues to have success under a new mayor. His goals for the city: • Unied City Council • Controlled growth • Quality public safety • Accessible parks and recreation

ON THE BALLOT WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO RUN FOR OFFICE?

Three candidates, each with city government experience, are vying for the mayor’s seat in the city of Keller.

"WE NEED LEADERSHIP WITH VISION THAT LOOKS BEYOND THIS MONTH, THIS YEAR, OR EVEN THIS DECADE TO ASSURE WE STEWARD OUR CITY’S RESOURCES WITH EXCELLENCE AND INTEGRITY."

“WE ALL HAVE A CHOICE: WE CAN COMPLAIN OR CHOOSE TO HELP MAKE OUR CITY BETTER. I CHOOSE TO BE ‘FOR’ SOMETHING. I’D LIKE TO SEE KELLER DO BETTER.”

"KELLER’S FUTURE SUCCESS IS DEPENDENT ON THE COLLECTIVE EFFORT BETWEEN OUR RESIDENTS, CITY LEADERS, KELLER ISD, AND THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY. I COULD NOT BE MORE EXCITED ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY TO HELP LEAD THAT EFFORT."

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TAG GREEN, CANDIDATE

MARK MATTHEWS, CANDIDATE

ARMIN MIZANI, CANDIDATE

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Long before the Covid-19 virus health crisis, hospi- tals in the Alliance area, which encompasses portions of Fort Worth, Keller, Roanoke and other towns, were making plans to meet increased patient demand. As Alliance has grown, Medical City, Texas Health, private practitioners and other providers have made an eort to stay at the forefront of health care growth. The Alliance region has grown to host more than 240 companies and 7,300 single-family homes. CONTINUED ON 18 Healthcare boom continues inAlliance, North FortWorth region BY IAN PRIBANIC

Medical City Alliance hospital is investing in its current facility and in an additional structure on its campus. $61 million

Highlights of the project include: 2 additional oors built atop the current structure SOURCE: MEDICAL CITY ALLIANCECOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

construction of an Ambulatory Surgery Center

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Development atMedical City Alliancewill help accommodate a rapidly growing population in the region. (Ian Pribanic/Community Impact Newspaper)

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