The Daily Hustle: 7/15/10

Working for the weekend

The Daily Hustle: 7/15/10
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Almost there, to the weekend! TDH has your rundown of wonkery below the fold.

What the hell else is happening?

On the city calendar: The meeting of the City Council is canceled.

A special called meeting of the Library Commission is called at Recycled Reads, 5335 Burnet, 12pm.

A special called meeting of the Downtown Austin Community Court Advisory Committee convenes in Room 1029 at City Hall, 301 W. Second, 11am.

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