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Tuesday, October 1, 2002 by

Austin loses struggle to

Avoid high ozone readings September blast from Midwest counts against Central Texas As August ended, Austin seemed close to winning a battle against high ozone readings that have put the city on the list of those violating federal clean air…

Monday, September 30, 2002 by

City to file charges for illegal

Demolition of historic house First court action by city takes owner by surprise Mark Canada knew he wasn’t going to get a friendly reception from the Historic Landmark Commission (HLC) last week. What he didn’t know was that the city…

Friday, September 27, 2002 by

Fire chief reports draft pipeline

Ordinance coming next week Council grudgingly approves prosecuto r funding Austin citizens will get a chance to review the city’s proposed pipeline safety ordinance next month at a series of public meetings. The ordinance, first proposed during the city’s negotiations…

Thursday, September 26, 2002 by

Wary Council not ready

For commitment to RMA Representation, environmental concerns top list of worries The Austin City Council did not welcome the idea of a regional mobility authority (RMA) at Wednesday’s Council briefing with the same open enthusiasm as had Travis and Williamson…

Wednesday, September 25, 2002 by

Gravity line under Barton Creek

Utility begins meetings to explain new design to stakeholders Officials at the city’s Water & Wastewater Department (WWD) have determined that the sewage lift station on Barton Creek is so badly deteriorated that it should be replaced. But instead of…

Tuesday, September 24, 2002 by

Members discuss discord

Barkan says it's time to move on Members of the Arts Commission heard from two City Council Members on Monday about the Council’s recent decision to reject commission recommendations for cultural arts funding. (See In Fact Daily, Sept. 10, 2002,…