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Holt wins community service award

Tuesday, July 7, 2015 by Elizabeth Pagano

City of Austin principal planner Alan Holt has been awarded the John V. Nyfeler Community Service Award by the Austin chapter of the American Institute of Architects. The award recognizes the recipient’s commitment to community service and positive impacts on urban, environmental or neighborhood issues. According to a city press release about this year’s award, “Holt, who works in the Planning and Zoning Department’s Urban Design Division, has spent the last few years leading the South Central Waterfront Initiative working with community stakeholders on a plan to guide public and private development on 100 acres of prime property near Lady Bird Lake’s southern shore.” More information about this award and other AIA honors can be found here.

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