Best of Austin More 2011 Critics Politics & Personalities Sharpest Legal Eagle: Sanford Levinson, UT Law School Best Party Partner: Austin Energy's Solar Trailer Best New Nickname: Rep. Donna 'Landslide' Howard Best Proactive Neighborhood on Transit Issues: Southwood Best Assbackward City Project: Back-In Angle Parking Best Grassrootsiest Movement: Save Texas Schools Best Retired Plumber With Some Claims to Fame: Jake Perry Best Hammer Hunters: Travis County District Attorney Best Voices, Lifted and Sung: Wesley United Methodist Church Choir Best Place To Recharge: South First SolarPump Best Municipal Fashion Statement: Water Treatment Plant No. 4 Polos Best PowerPoint Presentations in Council Chambers: Bill Spelman Best Lady of the Gays: Mary English Morrison Best Dulcet Tone (Sacred and Secular): Rabbi Neil Blumofe Best Sweet Faces in the Face of Disaster: Bastrop Volunteer Reception Center Best Organic Assistance: Texas Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association

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Best Way To Chart Local Crime: Krimelabb

Want to know exactly how much and what kinds of crime are occurring in your neighborhood? Look no further than Krimelabb.com, the online resource created by 60-year-old Jack Darby, who started the service (culling Austin Police Department data and loading it into a program that is easily searchable) after his home was broken into twice, on two successive days. Use of the site is free, and it incorporates a way for neighbors to provide "alerts" about suspicious activities they see in their neighborhoods.

Krimelabb
jack@krimelabb.com
www.krimelabb.com

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