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Friday, Dec. 6, is the first-ever regional environmental summit to discuss issues related to the Edwards Aquifer, convened by Austin City Council Member Daryl Slusher and Hays Co. Judge Jim Powers, at the Palmer Events Center. See p.23 for more info.

The first workshop for the Central Austin Combined Neighborhood Planning Area will take place Saturday, Dec. 7, 9am-1pm at the Austin Presbyterian Seminary, 27th and Speedway. The planning area includes the West University, West Campus, Shoal Crest, Heritage, North University, Eastwoods, and Hancock neighborhoods.

The Austin Cycling Association will hold its annual holiday party Saturday, Dec. 7, at 6pm. Pedal on over to the home of ACA President Stanton Truxillo, 1405 Possum Trot, to join the fun.

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