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Re: City Council Agenda, Thursday, December 14, 2006

Item 13: $130,000 for Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade and Douglas, Inc. for TOD Station Area Planning. Buys plans for Plaza Saltillo, Martin Luther King and Lamar-Justin.

Item 14: The West Austin Neighborhood Group's name is WANG. For real.

Item 41: Approve a resolution creating a Bond Oversight Committee for the City of Austin bonds approved on November 7, 2006.

Item 43: Spends $1,415,000 of that money for an Eastside park at Oak Springs Drive.

Item 44: Public Safety Task Force creation.

BIG ITEM 82: Northcross Resolution! North Austin's SOS moment at Council? The Omelettry's Last Stand? Burnet, durn it, learn it!

10:30: Briefing Presentation by Cid Galindo regarding the 2030 Town Center Initiative.

Citizen Communications: El Concilio kicking up dust as to who was the duly elected Holly Neighborhood Planning Area.

2pm: Briefing on homeless services

Zoning: A clutch of homes clamoring for historic designation, Redeemer Church returning on second and third reading.

5:30 Proclamations: Senator Gonzalo Barrientos Day, Farewell to the Cadeau.

6pm Public Hearings: Big Box ordinance. Bring a blanket.

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