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    Entries from August 30th, 2010

    West Austin News: City Council Says “No Thanks” to Neighborhood Plan for Brackenridge Tract

    August 30th, 2010
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    West Austin News, Vol. 23, Issue 41 (August 26, 2010) City Council Says “No Thanks” to Neighborhood Plan for Brackenridge Tract By Martha DeGrasse After three years of hard work, negotiation and compromise, the West Austin residents finally saw the proposed Central West Austin Neighborhood Plan put before the City Council last week. Although the […]

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    City Council First Reading Results for Central West Austin Combined Neighborhood Plan

    August 26th, 2010
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    On August 19 , 2010, City Council met to consider our neighborhood plan on first reading.  The plan was based on “consensus” decisions from plan stakeholders over the course of three years of meetings, although City Staff has its own recommendations which sometimes departed from “consensus.”  In addition, the Planning Commission reviewed the Plan and […]

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    Neighborhood Stakeholder Recommendations for Central West Austin Combined Neighborhood Plan

    August 18th, 2010
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    Motion # / Description Planning Commission Recommendation Neighborhood Stakeholders Recommendation Motion 1:  Uncontested portions of CWACNP Approved Motion 2:  Uncontested rezoning recommendations Approved Motion 3:  Contested land use recommendation L.6.2 related to Austin State School NP SC Recommendation:  “…Redevelopment should result in harmonious residential development near the existing residential areas and concentrate the more intensive […]

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