Stories by Matt Largey

Wednesday, November 27, 2019 by Matt Largey

State appeals court strikes down Austin rules on short-term rentals

A state appeals court has declared some elements of Austin’s rules governing short-term rentals unconstitutional, including provisions banning non-owner-occupied rentals and occupancy limits.In 2016, the City Council passed sweeping new regulations of short-term rentals, like those you find through Airbnb…

Thursday, October 10, 2019 by Matt Largey

Austin joins a handful of cities where carbon emissions have fallen in recent years

Austin is among 30 cities worldwide where emissions have peaked, according to a new analysis from a coalition of cities dedicated to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.The group, C40, defines “peaked” as having emissions fall by at least 10 percent since…

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 by Matt Largey

2018 election results: Austin bonds and propositions

Austin voters gave the OK to seven bond propositions totaling more than $925 million this election, but things aren’t looking good for two propositions fueled by citizen petitions – Propositions J and K – that could fail. Proposition A Results:…

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