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NSCNA GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING JUNE 6

NSCNA GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING JUNE 6

The North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Association will hold a General Membership meeting on Tuesday, June 6, 2017, 6:30 PM to 8 PM, at Pillow Elementary School Library, 3025 Crosscreek Drive. Activities at the meeting will include: Proposed changes to Steck Ave striping (Representatives from the City Transportation Department will be there to discuss   the changes) Rezoning of property along 8600-8700 MOPAC Neighborhood Plan Neighborhood Partnering Program CodeNext Community Garden

REMINDER FOR NORTH SHOAL CREEK NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN MEETING SAT, FEB 25

REMINDER FOR NORTH SHOAL CREEK NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN MEETING SAT, FEB 25

The  message from Jeff Engstrom is shown below.  Two direct links to related documents are: Future Land Use Map Character District Descriptions Join us this Saturday to review elements of the North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan! Join us this Saturday to review elements of the North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan! Please join us on this Saturday, February 25th, for our fifth and final neighborhood workshop for the North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan. At the workshop, we’ll be discussing the latest…

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CONVERSATION CORPS DIALOGUE FEB 20

CONVERSATION CORPS DIALOGUE FEB 20

The Conversation Corps Day of Day Dialogue is scheduled for Monday, February 20:   Our first ever Day of Dialogue is right around the corner, and we hope you’re planning to join us! On Monday, February 20 (Presidents’ Day!) our goal is to bring awareness to the importance of dialogue in addressing our community’s needs. Our challenge to you is to spend time listening to others – understand how issues impact the people around you, connect with them through shared values…

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CODENEXT OPEN HOUSE MEETINGS

CODENEXT OPEN HOUSE MEETINGS

The following information was received by email: You are receiving this email because your email address is listed as a contact for one or more Registered Organizations in the City’s Community Registry on the Open Data Portal. Please share this email with your respective neighbors, members, colleagues. We will be hosting five open houses to roll-out the CodeNEXT draft. We have secured AISD venues throughout the city and we are inviting all Austinites to attend and participate. These open houses…

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COUNCIL APPROVED CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS CONSULTANT CONTRACT AWARD

COUNCIL APPROVED CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS CONSULTANT CONTRACT AWARD

On Thursday, Feb. 9, the Austin City Council approved an item at its regular meeting that allows staff to negotiate a contract with HDR Engineering to be the Corridor Improvements Consultant. The Consultant will work with City of Austin staff to conduct analysis and collect public input for the 2016 Mobility Bond Corridor Improvement Projects. Details of the City announcement can be viewed at http://www.nscna.org/were-gettin-movin/

NORTH SHOAL CREEK NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN WORKSHOP FEB 25

NORTH SHOAL CREEK NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN WORKSHOP FEB 25

The next workshop for the North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan will be held: When: Saturday, February 25, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Where: Pillow Elementary School cafeteria, 3025 Crosscreek Drive The following is extracted from a recent email from Jeff Engstrom: We want your input on the North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Plan Draft Elements! We are approaching the final meetings for the North Shoal Creek neighborhood plan. We invite every resident, business, and property owner in the neighborhood to join…

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FIX-IT CLINIC SAT, FEB 11

FIX-IT CLINIC SAT, FEB 11

The following was received from Alejandra Duarte, Reuse Programming Intern. Austin Resource Recovery & Economic Development Department l City of Austin: My name is Alejandra Duarte and I’m with the City’s Austin Resource Recovery department. Our first Fix-It Clinic of the year is coming up soon on Saturday, February 11th and we would greatly appreciate your help spreading the word! Last year, Austin Public Library ‘s bookstore Recycled Reads, and Austin Resource Recovery diverted over 350 lbs. of material from…

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RELEASE OF DRAFT LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE FEB 1

RELEASE OF DRAFT LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE FEB 1

Celebrate Draft Land Development Code Release on February 1st Communications & Public Information from City of Austin: CodeNEXT is a rewrite of the City of Austin’s land development code, which dictates what you can build and where. The City of Austin’s current land development code was written in the 80s, and overdue for a rewrite to match today’s Austin. The CodeNEXT team will release a new draft code next week and wants feedback from the public to ensure that we…

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WATER FORWARD PUBLIC WORKSHOP FEB 8

WATER FORWARD PUBLIC WORKSHOP FEB 8

This notice is from the City of Austin Public Information Office: Austin Water is developing a water plan for the next 100 years. The plan will identify future water needs and strategies to meet those needs such as conservation, technological innovation, and additional supply options. As an Austin Water customer, your feedback and input on this plan is very important to us and will help make sure the plan reflects our community’s values. We would like to invite you to…

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UPDATE FOR ROCKWOOD/STILLWOOD TRAFFIC CIRCLE

UPDATE FOR ROCKWOOD/STILLWOOD TRAFFIC CIRCLE

The LATM project for the traffic circle at the intersection of Rockwood Lane and Stillwood Lane is now expected to be completed by the end of summer this year. This information has been received from Michael J. Gaudini, Policy Advisor for Council Member Leslie Pool. The City of Austin Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) is commonly referred to as Traffic Calming.