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Kim outlines plans before leaving Council in June
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 by Austin Monitor
Although she lost her bid for re-election on Saturday, Council Member Jennifer Kim still has a few things on her agenda before her term ends on June 25.
The Families and Children Task Force, which
The panel also said the city should try to incorporate family needs into land use and transportation planning. The task force hopes to make final policy recommendations to the Council in
The Place 3 Council Member said she is grateful for the opportunity to serve. “I’m really glad that I had a chance to meet such incredible people in the city, from the city staff to people who really care about the city.” She said she hopes to see other Asian-Americans running for office.
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