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Civic Events for Sat., May 14
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    Bans Off Our Bodies Rally

    Join Bans Off and Planned Parenthood Texas Votes to remind the Supreme Court that we will not stop fighting until we secure our constitutional right to abortion.
    Sat., May 14, 11am  
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      Pan Am Park Renaming

      The community is invited to provide feedback on a proposal to change the name of Pan American Neighborhood Park to Tony Castillo Pan American Neighborhood Park. An online survey is now open, and meetings will be held online and at the park.
      Survey open through June 4. Virtual meetings: Thu., May 19 & June 2, 7pm. In-person meeting: Sat., June 4, 10:30am, 2100 E. Third  
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      Plan B to Save Democracy

      While Trump is in Austin gloating about his Supreme Court and his endorsements for Texas Republicans, turn your anger into action. Hear from people impacted by failed Republican policies, train to become a volunteer deputy registrar, and learn how to canvass to register voters.
      Sat., May 14, 9:30am-1pm  
      AFL-CIO, 1106 Lavaca
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      Primary Run-Off Block Walks

      Join Blue Austin Democrats to hit the streets and talk to folks about voting in the May 24 primary run-off election. Several options are available all over town.
      Ongoing  
      Register online
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      Public Comment Period for City Draft Allocation Plan

      Each year, the city prepares a plan detailing the amount of federal funding to be allocated to various housing and public service programs. Give your feedback online or at a public hearing Tue., May 10, 6:30pm, with the Community Development Commission, or Thu., June 9, 10am, with City Council.
      Through June 10  
      Online
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      Public Input on ARP Funding for Homelessness

      The public is invited to provide input on the city's plan to allocate federal funds dedicated to homelessness and housing instability, either online or at a public hearing May 10 with the Community Development Commission or June 9 with City Council.
      Through June 10  
      Online

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