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Friday, June 8, 2001 by

Divided Council approves

Robertson Hill changes Guadalupe neighbors still not happy with plan The Bennett tract, aka Robertson Hill, came back to the City Council for a third and final vote Thursday. The plan had been changed slightly from the scenario approved on…

Thursday, June 7, 2001 by

Convention hotel bonds sold as

City looks to revamp marketing New contract will include performance measures, Chan says Mayor Kirk Watson yesterday announced the sale of more than $240 million in revenue bonds for the city’s convention center hotel, even as the city seems poised…

Wednesday, June 6, 2001 by

Spanish Oaks moves toward

Road pact with Travis County Residents uneasy about losing current roadways Developers of a proposed 1,000-acre mixed-use subdivision outside the City of Bee Cave are close to clearing another administrative hurdle with Travis County. CC&G Development has already started to…

Tuesday, June 5, 2001 by

Environmental group to

Sue over Bradfield tract SBCA cites violations of federal Clean Water Act An attorney for the Save Barton Creek Association (SBCA) has written a letter notifying the Bradfield Tract’s new owners that the environmental group intends to sue for violations…

Monday, June 4, 2001 by

Groundwater districts say they're

Satisfied with water legislation Tough funding decisions will come next session The president of the board of the Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District (BSEACD) and the leader of the state’s groundwater alliance both expressed satisfaction with the results of…

Friday, June 1, 2001 by

Environmentalists say Legislature

Made great strides this session Efforts to clean air of particular importance, advocates say “We won,” proclaims Tom ‘Smitty’ Smith, director of Texas Public Citizen. It’s a rare pleasure for environmentalists to come away from a legislative session feeling that…