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Friday, November 14, 2014 by Elizabeth Pagano

In a story published Thursday in the Monitor, we wrote that Jeffrey Howard, the attorney for the Hideout Theatre, had notified a representative of the Aloft Austin & Element Hotel and the city by email that he would not oppose a code amendment to the Congress Avenue Overlay.  Howard contacted the Monitor Thursday to clarify that he told hotel representative Richard Suttle that he would not oppose the resolution initiating the Code Amendment or the postponement of the CURE zoning case. He said his client, the Hideout Theatre, has made no decision as to whether or not it will oppose or recommend changes to the actual code amendment as it goes through the city process.


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