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Thursday, November 16, 2000 by

Wynn, Goodman join call for end

To executive sessions on Stratus Griffith reiterates opposition to discussing Mueller with Stratus Council Member Will Wynn and Mayor Pro Tem Jackie Goodman said Wednesday that they agree with Council Member Daryl Slusher’s conclusion that the City Council should no…

Wednesday, November 15, 2000 by

Planning Commission agrees with

Vignette requests on zoning, density Even opponents say they like company's plans The Planning Commission unanimously recommended zoning changes and variances for Vignette last night allowing the company to build one 750,000 square-foot building, and one 400,000 square-foot office campus…

Tuesday, November 14, 2000 by

Housing agency votes for

Bonds for Red Hill Villas Round Rock neighbors disappointed The Hunt Building Corp. is only one step shy of final approval for low-interest bonds to build Red Hill Villas, an affordable apartment complex that has drawn the ire of Round…

Monday, November 13, 2000 by

Vignette dickering with Villas

Neighbors on campus design Neighborhood leader says company has made no promises Vignette's consultants plan to work today to hammer out a compromise with neighbors on Town Lake, only a day before they are scheduled to ask the Planning Commission…

Thursday, November 9, 2000 by

Downtown Commission wants

Parking lot regulation enforced Retail recommended for Four Seasons condos garage The Downtown Commission last night voted not to recommend a variance for a parking garage attached to a proposed 28-story condominium tower. Maritz Wolff & Co., owner of the…

Wednesday, November 8, 2000 by

Voters reject Light Rail plan,

Approve bonds for roads, open space Plan to lease parkland for golf course defeated Voters defeated Capital Metro’s light rail proposal by a narrow margin Tuesday sending city officials back to the drawing board in search of solutions to Austin’s…