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Wednesday, July 5, 2000 by

Carol Barrett

City of Austin's leader of neighborhood planning By Nancy Love Carol Barrett is manager of communications and planning in the City of Austin's Planning, Environmental, and Conservation Services Department. She designs and implements, in collaboration with others, a neighborhood planning…

Monday, July 3, 2000 by

City Council hires Roma to plan for Seaholm Power Plant district

Will let developer Gordon Dunaway lead Rainey Street planning The City Council was set last Thursday to add $200,000 to the contract for Roma Design Group Inc., which has impressed the council with plans for reuse of the former Robert…

Friday, June 30, 2000 by

City Council approves $15 million

Investment for Convention Center Hotel Fate of historic home still unresolved The City Council voted unanimously Thursday to fund the city’s Convention Center Hotel to the tune of $15 million, citing the need for the hotel and the fact that…

Thursday, June 29, 2000 by

Engineer tells Aquifer Board Higginbotham

Well may serve development, water companies Hydrogeologist says well can produce 150 million gallons a year Engineer George Murfee confirmed for the board of directors of the Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District (BSEACD) Wednesday that the controversial well on…

Wednesday, June 28, 2000 by

Planning Commission wants time to consider

new industrial zoning on rural land near airport Pete Dwyer had asked for annexation this week Faced with a request to zone 650 acres of rural land along Onion Creek and the Colorado River, the Planning Commission decided Tuesday to…

Tuesday, June 27, 2000 by

Historic Landmark Commission starts Historic

Zoning process at Convention Center Hotel site Fifth Street property home of Alamo survivor The Historic Landmark Commission voted unanimously Monday evening to initiate the historic zoning process for property at 501 E. 5th Street, where the Hilton Hotels and…