Texas Tiny Pools now serving the Austin area; Round Rock Cinema Closes and More News in Central Texas
Originally from Texas, Amy Hageman founded Texas Tiny Pools in 2017. (Courtesy Cate Black Photography)
Read the top business and community news from the past week in the Central Texas area.
Woman-owned Texas Tiny Pools is causing a stir in Austin
Most businesses were born out of need – Amy Hageman said she needed to escape the heat of Texas.
Like many homeowners, Hageman coveted an inground pool but was unwilling to waste his back space to build it. Thus, the idea of Texas Tiny Pools was born.
Round Rock Cinemark Movies 8 theater closes
Cinemark Movies 8 at 2132 N. Mays St., Ste. 800, Round Rock, has closed permanently. The theater offered second-run films at a reduced rate to its customers.
Valentino’s to reopen in downtown San Marcos
Valentino’s is set to make a comeback after closing almost three years ago in November 2018.
LATEST NEWS: Texas comptroller files show Taylor ISD Chapter 313 deal for Samsung Austin Semiconductor $ 17 billion facility
The Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts records show that a June 30 request for the Chapter 313 tax limitation approved by Taylor ISD was for Samsung Austin Semiconductor.
Austin Seeks Commentary on Future of ‘Loved To Death’ Zilker Metropolitan Park
Months after starting its feedback process for creating a future vision plan for Zilker Metropolitan Park, the City of Austin continues to solicit feedback on residents’ wishes for the future of the space. historic recreational.
Amy Rae Dadamo, Brooke Sjoberg, Warren Brown and Ben Thompson contributed to this report.