Out With the Old

This week's meeting marks the last time council members will convene at the Municipal Annex building downtown. That building, where the City Council has met since 1974, will be torn down to make way for the Computer Sciences Corp. development in the near future. Starting Jan. 27, council will rotate between
  • The New Airport Project Team Building at Austin-Bergstrom Airport, 2716 Spirit of Texas Dr., and

  • The Lower Colorado River Authority's Hancock Building, 3700 Lake Austin Blvd.

    Here's a list of council meeting locations through the end of March:


    January

    Jan. 20 No Meeting

    Jan. 27 Airport


    February

    Feb. 3 LCRA

    Feb. 10 LCRA

    Feb. 17 Airport

    Feb. 20 No Meeting


    March

    March 2 LCRA

    March 9 LCRA

    March 16 No Meeting

    March 23 Airport

    March 30 Airport

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