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The Run-Off: Live Election Coverage
An historic race crosses the finish line
DAILY News  December 16, 2014, by the News Staff
"...CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 7 Jeb Boyt........2,685 / 33.77% Leslie Pool...5,267 / 66.23%..."

Developing Stories
Two city boards and commissions take opposing stands on corridor preservation
News Column  August 17, 2007, by Katherine Gregor
"...Two city boards and commissions have taken opposing stands on Capitol View Corridor preservation, with dual representative Jeb Boyt, who chairs the Downtown Commission and also serves on the Parks and Recreation Board, in the controversial middle...."

District 7: Back to the Future
News Story  December 4, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Jeb Boyt vs. Leslie Pool..."

Game, Set ... Match?: Tennis Battle Rages
Galindo neighbors want South Austin Park kept as open space
News Story  May 20, 2005, by Wells Dunbar
"..."That was a very curious meeting. That's about the nicest thing I can say," said Jeb Boyt, chair of the Parks Board's Land & Facilities Committee, and one of the expansion's strongest advocates..."

Campaign Snapshots
City Council Districts 7 and 8
News Story  September 25, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...Unsurprisingly, five of the eight candidates come from the district's historically more politically active south. That includes regular names in local affairs: Jeb Boyt and Leslie Pool have been fixtures on various city boards, commissions, and neighborhood groups for decades..."

Ten Districts, Many Visions
Managing Growth
News Story  October 2, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...District 7: Managing Growth D7 Ballot OrderJ.E. "Jeb" Boyt Zack Ingraham Melissa Zone Ed English Darryl R..."

A Great Big Bundle of Rail and Roads
Council moves transportation bonds toward a November vote
News Story  August 7, 2014, by Mac McCann
"...For plan supporters, combining the rail proposal with road investments is an obvious strategy. Jeb Boyt, chair of the Alliance for Public Transportation (APT) and a supporter of the proposal, noted that bundling road and rail together in a transportation bond is pretty standard, and experience has shown that in general, bundled bonds are more successful on the ballot...."

D7: Pool Cruises
Boyt concedes as Pool celebrates with current and future CMs
News Story  December 18, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...On a table at La Mancha, amidst a sea of Leslie Pool's supporters, sat a chocolate cake reading "Yea Leslie, District 7 Champion!" in light blue lettering. It was set there before the candidate's victory – before 8:40pm, when the District 7 front-runner received a call from her competitor Jeb Boyt conceding the race – by one of her many vibrant supporters...."

Austin City Election
Endorsements for mayor and Council
News Story  October 16, 2014, by The Chronicle Editorial Board
"...There's some debate about whether District 6 will turn out to be a "conservative opportunity" district. Flannigan is no conservative, but his moderate, pragmatic point of view will allow him to work with the other nine Council members and mayor to actually get things done for both his district and the city as a whole. District 7: Jeb Boyt/Leslie Pool..."

Austin Parks: Trying to Fill the GAP
Group urges City Council to increase parks and rec budget
News Story  August 16, 2013, by Chase Hoffberger
"..."Austin's loving its parks to death," says GAP member Jeb Boyt. "We love it..."

Developing Stories
A look at the proposed Iconic Preservation ordinance - a brilliant idea, or a nutty one?
News Column  November 3, 2006, by Katherine Gregor
"...For example, landlords might respond by favoring chain outlets over scrappy locals as tenants, fearing that a small homegrown business would one day become an iconic giant-killer. (Downtown Commissioner Tim Finley, the aggrieved landlord of Las Manitas and Escuelita del Alma, listened politely; whenever the conversation veered toward his property, he asked to be recused – but was waved off by chair Jeb Boyt, who insisted the commissioners were speaking only "in general terms.")..."

District Races
Get ready for run-offs!
News Story  November 6, 2014
"..."District 6 voters know that to get anything done in 6, you need five more votes." He made it a point to attend as many forums and meetings as possible during his campaign, including the Republican ones, a strategy that should serve him well as he seeks to attract at least some of Wiley's voters. – Amy Kamp District 7: Boyt and Pool to Run-Off..."

Developing Stories: The Long Capitol View
The Downtown Commission and Heritage Society of Austin square off over Capitol-view corridors
News Column  June 1, 2007, by Katherine Gregor
"...Rather than recommend possible elimination of a CVC because the defining viewpoint is partially obscured, as with CVC 10 (Pleasant Valley at Lakeshore), said Donisi, due diligence requires a thorough process that considers all valuable views that may be protected throughout a particular corridor. Downtown Commissioner Jeb Boyt recently concurred; he invited Austinites to notify the commission about any such views they are aware of, especially in their neighborhoods...."

Cap Metro Hangs Hopes on “Connections 2025”
High frequency bus lines attempt to increase commuter freedom
News Story  November 2, 2017, by Jack Craver
"...The study also found that households in poverty would see a 75% increase in access to frequent bus stops. Jeb Boyt, president of the Austin chapter of the Alliance for Public Transportation, says it's a balancing act..."

Election Night Live
Up-to-the-minute midterm coverage
DAILY News  November 5, 2014, by the News Staff
"...Mayor: Adler leads with 38.43% of vote, followed by Martinez at 29.54%. D1: Ora Houston leading with 53.53%. D2: Delia Garza wins at 67.05%. D3: Brother and sister headed to runoff: Susana Almanza at 20.56%, Sabino "Pio" Renteria 19.81%. D4: Runoff between Greg Casar (38.73%), Laura Pressley (23.06%). D5: Ann Kitchen wins with 53.69%. D6: Still a tight race in Travis County. Don Zimmerman at 27.5%, Jimmy Flannigan at 25.75%, and Jay Wiley at 23.44%. D7: Runoff between Leslie Pool at 31.43% and Jeb Boyt (17.25%). D8: Runoff between Ellen Troxclair at 26.45%, followed by Ed Scruggs at 24.75%. D9: Another possible runoff: Kathie Tovo leads at 49.73%, followed by fellow sitting council member Chris Riley at 39.88%. D10: Stop us if you’re heard this before: Yet another runoff with Mandy Dealey (30.9%) facing off against Sheri Gallo (22.13%). Urban Rail: Fails, with 57.90% voting no...."

Council on Transportation: Pondering the Bond
On Aug. 7, Council will discuss putting a $1 billion bond proposal on the Nov. 4 ballot
News Story  July 31, 2014, by Mac McCann
"...Jeb Boyt, chair of the Alliance for Public Transportation and a District 7 Council candidate, noted, "Look, we want it to pass. These things pass much better when they're bundled together..."

The Road to 10-1 ... Is Getting Crowded [Updated May 12]
As May money season opens, candidates blossom
News Story  May 2, 2014, by Michael King
"...Jeb Boyt Occupation: attorney Experience: parks and transportation advocate; Hill Country Conservancy board member; city commissioner; former state agency staffer Issues: transportation, parks, open space (FB) Jeb Boyt for Austin City Council..."

Riley and Tovo Join the Mix
Incumbents enter and 10-1 Races Begin to Take Shape
DAILY News  April 7, 2014, by Michael King
"...Jeb Boyt, attorney, mass transit and parks advocate, designated a treasurer March 20, and recently posted on his Facebook page: “A bottle of water and a Cliff bar between meetings. Oh yeah, the campaign is under way.”..."

Very Early Returns: Calling All Council Candidates!
The mayoral and council election season has already started
News Story  December 27, 2013, by Michael King
"...Jeb Boyt, mass transit and parks advocate, is "definitely" planning to run...."

Slew of Candidates Vying for Pct. 2 Appointment
List includes political knowns and unknowns seeking interim position
DAILY News  May 21, 2013, by Amy Smith
"...2 commissioner, former Pct. 2 Commissioner Karen Sonleitner, former Council Member Brigid Shea, who has also filed initial paperwork to run for the seat; former City Council candidate Margot Clarke, attorney and city Water and Wastewater Commissioner Sarah Faust, accountability watchdog Richard Viktorin, and attorney Jeb Boyt, who serves on the board of Alliance for Public Transportation...."

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