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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…

Monday, June 26, 2000 by

BSEACD will reconsider 50 million gallon

Well drilling permit at Wednesday's meeting Engineer for Rutherford Rim now says LCRA will provide water On Wednesday, the Board of Directors of the Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District (BSEACD) will once again ponder the well permit of a…

Friday, June 23, 2000 by

Camp Dresser & McKee wins Ullrich expansion

Contract, beating matrix winner Carollo Engineers Council directs City Manager to look at matrix again The City Council, on its first split vote, surprised staff and Carollo Engineers Thursday by awarding a $2.1 million contract for work on expansion of…

Thursday, June 22, 2000 by

Environmental Board approves variance

For affordable development in DWPZ Southwest Trails headed to City Council next week The city's Environmental Board Wednesday unanimously recommended a variance to city land use rules to allow construction of an affordable housing development in the Drinking Water Protection…

Wednesday, June 21, 2000 by

Planning Commission spends long evening

Hearing arguments on Neighborhood Plans East Cesar Chavez partisans still fighting The battle over the East Cesar Chavez Neighborhood Plan continued last night at the Planning Commission. El Concilio political activists verbally attacked city staff, members of the planning team…