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Throw the Switch
City Planners Consider Options on the Seaholm Power Plant
"...unusually chipper last week as he discussed the many reuse possibilities for the old Seaholm Power Plant. Perhaps the..."

March 2, 2001 News Feature by Amy Smith

Postmarks
Reusing Seaholm
"...I appreciated Jenny Staff's coverage of the Seaholm Reuse Planning Committee's report to the City Council on..."

Dec. 25, 1998 Column

You Call This a Plan?
Seaholm District Master Plan Morphs Into the Lumbermen's Tract Subsidy Program
"...along Town Lake; they cruised past the familiar, now-retired Seaholm Power Plant, and then turned off the road into..."

June 14, 2002 News Feature by Amy Smith

Light and Power
The Future of Seaholm
"...highways that hang in the cavernous quiet. This is Seaholm - a power plant that elicits poetry, a public..."

May 8, 1998 News Feature by Kayte VanScoy

A Long Time Coming
Why Now?
"...After more than a decade of planning, why are these dreams finally starting to materialize now?..."

Feb. 5, 1999 News Feature by Jenny Staff

Power to the People
"...Ken Altes photograph by John Anderson..."

April 23, 1999 News Feature by Amy Smith

Tower of Ill Dispute
When the city settled its boundary dispute with Lumbermen's Investment Corp., it didn't close the book -- it opened up a sequel.
"...north of Town Lake, between Lamar Blvd. and the Seaholm Power Plant. Stakeholders on both sides of the issue..."

Sept. 28, 2001 News Feature by Amy Smith

Naked City
Lumberman's Investment Corporation has offered a compromise to the city on its plans for the Sand Beach Reserve, located just north of Town Lake; the CityCouncil approves a $1.8 billion budget.
"...repair some slights to a few neglected programs. Neighborhood Planning got funding to hire additional planners, a change for..."

Sept. 15, 2000 News Feature by Emily Pyle

Naked City
Off the Desk:
"...Town Lake hike-bike trail, directly across from the old Seaholm Power Plant, cast your gaze on the quiet little..."

July 2, 1999 News Feature

Naked City
Off the Desk
"...that could lead to big changes at the old Seaholm Power Plant. The fledgling group of arts and new..."

Sept. 24, 1999 News Feature by Amy Smith

Council Watch
Council considers issues ranging from the Seaholm Power Plant, to the Gotham condominium project, to Southpark Meadows.
"...on this week's agenda. Take your pick:Down by the Seaholm The council is expected to take the next step..."

Nov. 19, 1999 News Column by Jenny Staff Johnson

Naked City
After months of litigation over who owns what portion of the Sand Beach Reserve on Town Lake, Lumbermen's Development Corp. has offered the city a deal. Also: the council discusses a settlement with Stratus properties over development on their land over the aquifer, and the city amends the camping ordinance.
"...in return, Lumbermen's would build a road past the Seaholm power plant that would provide parking for 150 cars...."

Oct. 6, 2000 News Feature by Emily Pyle

Naked City
The council approves a controversial, and hotly contested, site plan that allows Hyde Park Baptist Church to build on 58 acres of parkland it owns in northwest Austin.
"...appeal against a Conditional Use Permit granted by the Planning Commission that would allow the church to develop in..."

Nov. 17, 2000 News Feature by Emily Pyle

Naked City
Council approves the relocation of the city's Central Booking Facility; the divisive East Cesar Chavez Neighborhood Plan goes through first reading; and Lumbermen's Investment Corp. presents a tentative agreement on its property near the Seaholm Power Plant with the city.
"...might as well throw in the towel on neighborhood planning," Rodriguez said...."

Nov. 3, 2000 News Feature by Emily Pyle

Headlines
"...the Trail Founda­tion have agreed to underwrite a major planning study of a possible conversion and recreational reuse of..."

May 19, 2017 News Feature

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