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Friday, January 8, 2016 by Elizabeth Pagano

At the moment, City Council is scheduled to hold its Austin Energy Utility Oversight Committee meeting prior to the jam-packed first regular Council meeting of 2016 on Jan. 28. That could change … if Council members can find a time when they won’t be attending another meeting. Committee Chair Sheri Gallo kicked off the rescheduling effort with a suggestion on the City Council Message Board that the meeting be held the previous day, at 1 p.m. Unfortunately, that time would potentially conflict with the Open Space, Environment and Sustainability Committee meeting and the Audit and Finance Committee meeting, which flank the suggested time. A suggestion to move the meeting to Jan. 25 also quickly became problematic, as it would conflict with a Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority board meeting. We’ll keep you posted on the developing rescheduling effort.

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