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    Driver’s License Recovery Clinic

    If you lost your license due to Department of Public Safety surcharges, this is for you. Licenses will not be reinstated on-site and no arrests will be made.
    Fri., June 22, 3-6pm
    1520 Rutherford Ln., Bldg. 1 Auditorium
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    MLS2ATX Asks for Community Support

    Pro soccer stadium and Precourt Sports Ventures supporters are seeking letters from community members urging City Council to vote in support of allowing PSV "to build a privately funded stadium and soccer park at McKalla Place​ and bring Austin’s first ​major league ​professional sports team" to town. If you support, sign online.
    Support accepted thru June 28  
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    Oath of Office Ceremony for Chief Brian Manley

    City Manager Spencer Cronk will lead the swearing-in ceremony for Austin's ninth police chief Brian Manley, to be administered by Judge Cliff Brown of the 147th Criminal District Court. The ceremony will be broadcasted live on atxn (www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn-live). See our coverage here.
    Fri., June 22, 4:30pm
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    Proposed Cemetery Rules Open to Public Comment

    PARD has released a new draft of the cemetery rules, which have been reviewed by the department and the city's Law Department. Public feedback is requested and can be submitted by mail or email by Sun., June 24.
    Comments accepted through Sun., June 24  
    D’Anne Williams, PARD, 919 W. 28½ St., Austin, TX 78705
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    Safe Baby Academy (Spanish)

    For Spanish-speaking expectant families, parents, and caregivers of kids under 12 months. Register online or call the EMS Safety Hotline.
    Fri., June 22, 9am. Free.  
    CommUnityCare Clinic, 1210 W. Braker
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    Summer Lunch Program

    Central Health Enterprise and the Central Texas Food Bank will provide Travis County low-income families a healthy, free lunch every weekday for 11 weeks, beginning June 4. A weekend take-home food bag will be available on Fridays.
    June 4-Aug. 24. Mon.-Fri., 11am-1pm
    Central Health Southeast Health & Wellness Center, 2901 Montopolis

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