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CM Ora Houston Will Not Seek Re-election
City Council Member Ora Houston, the first person to represent District 1 since it was established with 10-1 in 2014, announced this morning she will not seek re-election in November.

10:48AM Wed. Jun. 13, Nina Hernandez Read More | Comment »

Martin Luecke's "Campaign to Save Humanity"
“If we don’t do something within a generation, it’s over.”

3:00PM Tue. Jun. 12, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Council to Vote on Manley for APD Chief
The search for Austin’s next permanent police chief may be over. City Manager Spencer Cronk told the Statesman this morning that he would recommend Interim Chief Brian Manley, a 28-year department veteran, keep the job, forgoing a national search.

11:12AM Fri. Jun. 8, Nina Hernandez Read More | Comment »

New Life for Seaholm Power Plant?
The long-empty Seaholm Intake Building and surrounding park space is one step closer to a new lease on life.

4:20PM Mon. Jun. 4, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

City, PSV Reports Say "Soccer In Austin: Very Good"
City staff released a report today declaring McKalla Place a “suitable site for a Major League Soccer Stadium.”

3:50PM Fri. Jun. 1, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

CodeNEXT Petition Authors Sue City Council
City Council has been sued. Just before 2pm on Friday afternoon, Fred Lewis of Community Not Commodity, and fellow plaintiffs Nelson Linder, Susana Almanza, Jane and Gilbert Rivera, P. Michael Hebert, Jeff Jack, Mary Ingle, Lauren Ross, and Bill Bunch filed a lawsuit against Council.

3:30PM Fri. Jun. 1, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

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City Council Rejects CodeNEXT Petition Effort
City Council voted this afternoon to reject a petition that would have put the CodeNEXT zoning rewrite onto the November general election ballot. Members voted 6-4 against the resolution, a not-surprising tally, considering the factions on the dais.

5:10PM Thu. May 24, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

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