Latest Headlines for Thursday, January 28

Wednesday, December 8, 2004 by

Commissioner stumbles on code of conduct

Moncada says he did not know of prohibition on appearance before board In an apparent violation of the City Code, Environmental Board Member Phil Moncada said he was recusing himself from the one case handled by the board at its…

Tuesday, December 7, 2004 by

Hospital district chooses well-known lobby team

District to join coalition of urban districts to change rules The Travis County Hospital District, officially only two months old, is jumping into the political arena in a big way. The district’s Board of Managers voted last night to tentatively…

Monday, December 6, 2004 by

Todd: hospital district deserves funds from rural counties

Former Mayor proposes coalition of urban districts lobby for change It’s a long-term problem: regional trauma centers funded by local tax dollars often foot the bill for indigent emergency care for out-of-county residents. Such treatment puts a strain on the…

Friday, December 3, 2004 by

Twenty years in the making, Mueller MDA approved

'Once in a lifetime' deal for community takes big step The unanimous vote to pass the Mueller master developer agreement ( MDA) last night was painless—evidence of two years of work, the involvement of 150 city employees, dozens of neighborhood…

Thursday, December 2, 2004 by

Mueller agreement takes center stage

Advisory panel endorses 1,000-page development contract Six items relating to the Mueller development deal with Catellus Austin LLP will come before the City Council tonight, including authorization for City Manager Toby Futrell to sign the master development agreement ( MDA)…

Wednesday, December 1, 2004 by

Onion Creek annexation fight brewing

State General Land Office asks city to wait Residents of three neighborhoods near Onion Creek have gathered about 950 signatures on a petition they hope will convince the City Council to annex a 32-acre strip of land this week over…