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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…

Thursday, February 17, 2000 by

Rafael Quintanilla out to represent Hispanics on Austin's City Council

He brings 35 years in Austin and loads of community service Rafael Quintanilla wants to convince voters he's the best candidate to succeed Gus Garcia on the City Council and be the de facto Hispanic representative. Quintanilla's been slow and…

Wednesday, February 16, 2000 by

Randy Goss leaving city's water and wastewater utility for LCRA

Eleven years at the helm and 26 years in the industry The Lower Colorado River Authority has stolen another of Austin's top utility managers. This time it's Randy Goss, who has been director of Austin's Water and Wastewater Department since…

Tuesday, February 15, 2000 by

Bill Spelman makes it official, will depart council on June 15

Executive assistant Vassallo going to mayor's staff immediately City Council Member Bill Spelman said he needs to devote more time to his professional duties and his family Monday as he made official his decision not to seek reelection to the…

Monday, February 14, 2000 by

Bill Spelman not expected to seek reelection to City Council

Downtown developer Will Wynn expected to run for Spelman's seat After months of speculation, Council Member Bill Spelman is expected to announce this morning his decision not to run for reelection to the Austin City Council. Spelman, a professor at…