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Action Items

  • Circle C developer Gary Bradley, who recently made a landmark deal with the city over development regulations on his xouthwest Austin land, will speak at the Real Estate Council of Austin's lunchtime meeting on Wednesday, April 26. The meeting, aptly titled "War and Peace," will take place at the Four Seasons Hotel and will start at 11:30am. For more info, call RECA at 320-4151.

  • As part of Austin's Downtown Access and Mobility Study, the public is invited to an open house from 3-7pm Monday, April 24, in the 3rd floor training room of One Texas Center, 505 Barton Springs Rd., where they can look at maps of the study area and get preliminary information about the project. For more info, call Alan Hughes at 499-7202 or Celeste Cromack at 499-3099.

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