Frank Erwin Center
"..."We recognize that the city of Austin needs to coordinate better how it responds to neighborhoods," says Cora Wright. That would be her job, or at least one of the mandates of the new Office of Neighborhood Services that she directs..."
"...and so on. The entire system is almost entirely complaint-driven, says Cora Wright, NPZD assistant director..."
"...I say "speculative," even though the city officially already has, within the Health and Human Services Department, a Neighborhood Services program run by a Neighborhood Officer (her name is Cora Wright, and she was HHS's lead staffer on the Chestnut project). The fact that maybe 1% of you readers knew that, and maybe 1% of that number could describe the HHS program's services, helps explain why the widely touted neighborhood plans have become such capacious vessels..."
"...These days, the city's Parks and Recreation Department alone counts more than 160 events a year, which translates to more than 230 calendar days, according to Assistant Parks Director Cora Wright. These and other activities fill the city's calendar with street closures, extra duty assignments, and cleanup responsibilities..."
"...The city's new, or revived, Office of Neighborhood Services, run by Cora Wright, which will operate the Neighborhood Academy public education program and do street-level "problem solving" and "information sharing" with its soon-to-be-hired field reps, starting in Northeast and Central East Austin with expansion in future budget years...."
"...That sets up a conflict between the Dept. of Neighborhood Planning Manager Carol Barrett and ONS director Cora Wright..."
"..."These signs ... are obstructive to pedestrians and pose a potential safety hazard to drivers throughout the city [and] are an illegal form of advertising that diminishes the beauty of our neighborhoods and city landscape," writes city neighborhood liaison Cora Wright..."
"...For Those in Peril (UK) Director/Screenwriter: Paul Wright In a remote Scottish town, a young man is the lone survivor of a strange fishing accident that claimed the lives of five men. Spurred on by sea-going folklore, the village blames him for this tragedy, making him an outcast amongst his own people..."