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Survey says … a lot of things

Wednesday, November 2, 2016 by Elizabeth Pagano

The long-awaited East Austin Historic Resources Survey and Context Study is now complete and available online. The study, which was conducted by Hardy-Heck-Moore Inc., documents more than 6,500 resources – which were evaluated in terms of whether they could qualify as historic landmarks, National Register listing or local historic listing – and includes a “historic context study” of the area. From here, the study will be presented to the Historic Landmark Commission (where it has already had an impact), then the Planning Commission and the Zoning and Platting Commission, before it lands at City Council sometime in December.

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