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Public Citizen Tom “Smitty” Smith Looks Back on a Life Well Lived
The man in the white hat's relentless hard work and willed optimism
News Story December 15, 2016, by Michael King
"...Smitty's reliance on relentless hard work and willed optimism is familiar to his friends and allies. More than a few were in the room that night, in recognition of a lifetime's accomplishments and a special occasion: Smitty, now 66 years old, recently announced that he will be stepping down from his post at Public Citizen..."
Mike & Charlie's Memories
Recent deaths of old friends has former mid-town mainstay on my mind
DAILY Food November 2, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...He would go on to open Los Tres Bobos and then partner up with John Zapp at Gianni's (504 E. Fifth), Smitty's and Cafe Havana before they struck gold with the original Chuy's (1728 Barton Springs Rd.)And for another piece of obscure Austin culinary trivia, one of the guys flipping burgers in the original Mike & Charlie's kitchen was none other than Alan Lazarus, who would go on to the lovely but ill-fated McKedrick's Treehouse and Tortuga's before becoming chef/owner of Basil's (900 West 10th) and then Vespaio/Enoteca (1610 S..."
Tom “Smitty” Smith Announces Retirement
Public Citizen director to remain during search for new director
DAILY News September 20, 2016, by Michael King
Politics & Personalities
Best of Austin Story October 5, 2001
"...If there's a public-spirited proposal with hope of life at the Lege, chances are Tom Smith -- known universally as "Smitty" -- has a hand in it. He's probably best known for his work on environmental legislation -- if there is significant improvement in the state's air over the next few years, Smitty's teeth-grinding work with the regulatory committees on Senate Bill 5 had much to do with it..."
Then There's This: Faith and the Environment
Interfaith leaders push for more renewables in city's generation plan
News Column April 4, 2014, by Amy Smith
Texas Pie Co.
Food Story November 15, 2013, by Mick Vann
"...If the plan is to tailgate in the parking lot or bring an RV, grabbing some smoked meat at one of the famed barbecue temples in nearby Lockhart has probably crossed your mind; Black's, Kreuz's, Smitty's, and Chisholm Trail will all be glad to oblige. But don't forget Texas Pie Company in Kyle..."
Then There's This: Consumer Alert
There's a glimmer of hope that we won't go broke paying for electricity
News Column February 17, 2012, by Amy Smith
Austin's Greenest 'Yellow Pages': Seventh Edition Hits Stands
Paul Robbins draws on institutional knowledge to produce a 'labor of love'
News Story May 21, 2010, by Nora Ankrum
AE's Solar Deal: 'Game Changer'
Recurrent Energy price could lower energy rates
News Story July 3, 2014, by Nora Ankrum
Then There's This: Clouds Over Solar
Is AE throwing shade at sun-powered energy?
News Column January 10, 2014, by Amy Smith
Baby It's Warm Outside
Critics say TNRCC sees pollution problems but won't do anything about it.
News Story February 1, 2002, by Lee Nichols
Bush's Xmas Stocking: Burning Coal?
New state and federal regulations threaten the Clean Air Act
News Story December 28, 2001, by Lee Nichols
News Story February 21, 1997
Coal's Body Count
News Story December 1, 2006, by Daniel Mottola
Austin Energy: Rate Cuts Solve Everybody's Problems
Council votes to approve utility rate reduction
News Story September 1, 2016, by Michael King
Then There's This: AE and the Lege
City officials planning for the worst, hoping for the best
News Column July 20, 2012, by Amy Smith
Fayette's Fate Up in the Ozone
AE proposes to sell its Fayette interest, but it may not fly
News Story September 28, 2012, by Mike Kanin
The AE Generation Plan's Latest Monkey Wrench
Spooky, scary: Will rumors of deregulation derail Austin Energy's plan?
News Story January 29, 2010, by Nora Ankrum
Then There's This: Who Should Control Austin Energy?
A fast-tracked proposal poses radical changes for city-owned utility
News Column February 15, 2013, by Amy Smith
AE's Nuclear Option
The seduction of the South Texas Project
News Story January 21, 2011, by Nora Ankrum