City Council Notebook

What's poppin' this week at City Hall?

Thursday, March 1, 2007

Item 2: Kicking off the Business Retention and Enhancement Fund with $715,415.

Item 4: Allotting $2 million for a new building as part of the North Village Branch Library Replacement project.

Items 27, 28: Relating to raises for municipal court judges, clerks.

Item 29: Mike Martinez's amendment to the city's legislative program to oppose HB 904, prohibiting operation of day-labor facilities that employ "aliens not lawfully present in the United States."

Item 31: Setting next week, March 8, for public hearing on the city's revived Waller Creek tunnel plans.

Item 39: 10:30am briefing on Recommendations to Improve City Services to Downtown Austin.

Item 54: Second- and third-reading approval of the CLB Partners tower at Seventh and Rio Grande.

Item 55: Second- and third-reading approval of … the CLB Partners tower at Seventh and Rio Grande? Am I missing something?

Item 64: The Domain returns for zoning after postponement last week.

Items 65, 66: Also, the return of the East Avenue PUD sought by redevelopers of the Concordia campus … man, that's it?

UPDATE: Don't know how we missed Item 30, "amend(ing) the City's Legislative Program to support the passage of certain "meet and confer" pieces of legislation covering City of Austin non-civil service employees."

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