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Friday, October 6, 2000 by

Council gives Mexicarte Museum

Green light for building on Congress City to receive 25 years of museum services The City Council Thursday gave the city manager the go ahead to negotiate a contract with the Mexicarte Museum—one which could result in a waiver of…

Thursday, October 5, 2000 by

Lawyers for city, Steiner Ranch

Shuttle between commissions Environmental Board makes long list of suggestions The proposed Steiner Ranch development agreement received another round of intense scrutiny Wednesday as the Environmental Board honed its recommendations. The agreement will ultimately require City Council approval. Board members…

Wednesday, October 4, 2000 by

Planning Commission punts

For two weeks on Bradfield Developer's attorney complains about cost After a lengthy executive session with attorneys for the city, the Planning Commission last night voted 5-3 to postpone action on the controversial Bradfield tract. Commissioner Jean Mather made the…

Tuesday, October 3, 2000 by

City presents term sheet

For settlement with Stratus Agreement would determine rules for development The city’s attorneys yesterday rolled out the initial proposal for settling litigation with Stratus Properties. City Attorney Andy Martin and Casey Dobson of Scott Douglass & McConnico said this proposal—unlike…

Monday, October 2, 2000 by

Stratus, City to show proposal

To environmentalists today Last large property owner claiming 1704 protection Attorneys for the City of Austin and Stratus Properties have agreed on a plan which–if finally approved—would settle questions about which land use controls will govern development on the last…

Friday, September 29, 2000 by

Gary Bradley, Alien, Inc., sue

Heep over partnership, loans Heep says she never received money By Rob D'Amico Developer Gary Bradley is suing Hatsy Heep Shaffer for failing to develop her property in a partnership with him and for failure to pay outstanding loans of…