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    Austin Justice Coalition Celebration & Fundraiser

    Celebrate the 2018 achievements of AJC including the passage of an improved police contract and the ordinance to create independent civilian oversight as well as recognizing Chas Moore's Best of Austin Win for Best Activist in our paper's 2018 Reader's Poll. Expect music, merriment, food, and drinks.
    Fri., Nov. 30, 7-10pm. Donations accepted.  
    1603 Taylor Gaines St.
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    Austin Strategic Mobility Plan Draft Review

    View the ASMP's draft policies and maps – now available in both English and Spanish – to see the city's revamped transportation plan, then share your feedback online.
    Feedback accepted through Jan. 13  
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    Call for Applications: Travis County Children’s Protective Services Board

    Travis County Commissioners Court is currently seeking applicants interested in serving on three years on the Children’s Protective Services Board. Qualified applicants can find more info and the application online of call. Several seats need to be filled.
    Applications accepted thru Dec. 7, 5pm
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    Driver's License Recovery Clinic

    Residents who needs assistance with driver license suspension should attend this clinic.
    Fri., Nov. 30, 3-6pm. Free.  
    2300 Rosewood Ave.
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    Early Run-off Voting

    Skip the Election Day line and cast your vote for the five major local races still to be decided: City Council Districts 1, 3, and 8; Austin Community College Trustee Place 8, and Austin ISD Board of Trustees At-Large Place 9. For more info on who's still running see our election coverage.
    Nov. 29-Dec. 7  
    Anywhere you see Vote Here
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    Help Families This Tax Season

    United Way of Williamson County is looking for volunteers to help provide free tax prep assistance in Georgetown, Hutto, Leander, and Taylor. Tax preparers, translators, and greeters are needed. Those interested should apply by January 1, 2019.
    Apply by Jan. 1. Free.
    Throughout Williamson County
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    Join the CAN Community Council

    Folks interested in serving on the Community Advancement Network are encouraged to attend a meeting and apply online. The Community Council may elect up to 6 members to serve three-year terms to begin in January.
    Applications accepted through Nov. 30  
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    Melanated Community Book Drive

    The Community Advocacy and Healing Project is collecting books featuring black and brown characters for children and adults living in public housing.: Drop-off sites:: Kane's Barbershop (1719 E. 12th),: Plant Party/Gadabout Goods (1200 E. 11th),: KAZI (8906 Wall St.),
    Nov. 29-Dec. 29, 1-6pm  
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    Municipal Civil Service Commission Meeting

    See agenda for details.
    Fri., Nov. 30, 9am  
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    Open Enrollment Health Insurance Help – North

    It's that time of the the year, again. Don’t miss your chance to switch your health insurance plans or get covered via the Marketplace with support from Foundation Communities. (Seriously, they're the best!) For more info visit the website or call 211.
    Nov. 1-Dec. 15: Mon.-Thu., 9am-7pm; Fri.-Sat., 9am-4pm; Sun. 1-5pm. Free.
    Community Financial Center North, 5900 Airport Blvd.
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    Open Enrollment Health Insurance Help – South

    It's that time of the the year, again. Don’t miss your chance to switch your health insurance plans or get covered via the Marketplace with support from Foundation Communities. (Seriously, they're the best!) For more info visit the website or call 211.
    Nov. 1-Dec. 15: Mon.-Wed., 10am-7pm; Thu., 10am-4pm; Fri.-Sat., 9am-1pm. Free.
    Community Financial Center – South, 2600 W. Stassney
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    Puerto Rico in the Wake of Crisis: Toward a Just (After)life of Disaster

    A symposium examining colonialism, crisis, and the current state of Puerto Rico one year after Hurricane Maria. Keynote speaker Elizabeth Yeampierre will discuss "Disaster Capitalism, Colonialism, and Climate," informed by her leadership experience with UPROSE, the Climate Justice Alliance, and the Puerto Rican Legal Defense Fund.
    Fri., Nov. 30, 2-7:30pm; Sat., Dec. 1, 8:30am-12:30pm. Free.  

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