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Monday, February 28, 2000 by

City Council to consider putting golf and hotel resort on May 6 ballot

Meanwhile developers to seek more community input Developers who hope to build a golf course and resort hotel on park land at Lake Walter Long say they will ask the City Council to consider putting the question on the May…

Friday, February 25, 2000 by

Environmental Board scrutinizes details of proposed Bradley Settlement

Boards and commissions expected to vote on deal next week The city's Environmental Board got an up-close and personal briefing Wednesday night on the proposed Bradley Settlement that if approved would end litigation and set development rules for more than…

Thursday, February 24, 2000 by

Proposed Smart Growth ordinance for limited redevelopment criticized

Environmental Board suggests numerous conditions to qualify Smart is in the eye of the beholder and one man's smart may be another man's dumb. This is the distinct impression left by the Environmental Board's energetic discussion last night regarding just…

Wednesday, February 23, 2000 by

Proposal for golf course, resort on park land goes to City Council

Developers seek to put item on the May 6 ballot Members of the city's Parks and Recreation Board last night told developers to proceed to City Council without the group's recommendation on plans to build an upscale golf course and…

Tuesday, February 22, 2000 by

Bull Creek regional detention project approved for construction

Environmental concerns for salamander to be monitored The City Council reluctantly approved a $1 million last Thursday for construction of the Gardens at Bull Creek Regional Detention Facility. The work will be done by Ranger Excavation Inc. of Austin. The…

Friday, February 18, 2000 by

Bradley deal scrutinized as City Council moves toward March 9 vote

Questions and concerns raised and will be answered, council says Snowball's chance or a doable deal? It's still too soon to tell. Too many people are still combing the proposed Bradley Settlement at this point, and the City Council isn't…