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Wednesday, March 8, 2000 by

Planning Commissioners punt to City Council on Bradley settlement

Wildflower Center to be third-party grantee on conservation easement Early this morning, six members of the Planning Commission voted to send the proposed settlement agreement between developer Gary Bradley and the city to the City Council without a recommendation. The…

Tuesday, March 7, 2000 by

Hyde Park neighbors resume picketing Hyde Park Baptist

Moratorium fails and church files site plan for additional garage The war over the future of Hyde Park has broken out again, following the City Council's failure last Thursday to extend the moratorium on Hyde Park Baptist Church's project. A…

Monday, March 6, 2000 by

Council to pick architects to design new City Hall and Plaza

Four teams competing for $4 million in fees On Thursday the City Council will authorize negotiation and execution of a $4 million professional services agreement for architectural and engineering design of the new City Hall and Plaza to be built…

Friday, March 3, 2000 by

Citizens turn out to air concerns over proposed Bradley Settlement

Final public hearing and vote set for March 9 It wasn't the all-night public hearing that sounded the death knell for the Barton Creek Planned Unit Development, but citizens finally turned up the volume to express their feelings about the…

Thursday, March 2, 2000 by

Water and Wastewater Commission votes to recommend Bradley Settlement

Majority persuaded agreement is better than the risks without it The Water and Wastewater Commission last night voted to recommend the City Council approve the Bradley Settlement, which would end litigation with developer Gary Bradley and settle development rights for…

Wednesday, March 1, 2000 by

Save Our Springs Alliance opposes Bradley Settlement unless repaired

Alliance names seven objections and hopes they'll be fixed After months of study, the Save Our Springs Alliance has finally taken a position on the proposed Bradley Settlement, covering development rights for more than 3,000 acres of land and settling…