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Austin to Texas: Appraisal System Is Unconstitutional

Back in May of this year, the Austin City Council announced that it would formally challenge commercial property valuations with the Travis Central Appraisal District […]

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Will You Help House Austin’s Homeless Veterans?

Special BuildingATX guest editorial by Will Schnier Did you know that there are over 200 veterans living on the streets of Austin today? How does […]

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Council Challenges Commercial Tax Appraisals

The Austin City Council made waves in late May with its decision to formally challenge commercial property valuations with the Travis Central Appraisal District (TCAD). […]

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What’s Next for CodeNEXT

Now that 2015 is well underway, CodeNEXT is launching into its next phase, which will include working group meetings to address affordability, “missing middle” housing, […]

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Austin’s New Council Gets Down To Business

Austin’s new 10-1 City Council will hold its first meeting on January 29, but Councilmembers have already begun working on possible changes to the way […]

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Meet Austin’s First 10-1 City Council

The results of Austin’s 10-1 City Council election runoffs are in, and a host of new faces will be sitting on the new council. Newcomer […]

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The Rundown on Austin’s Run-Off Elections

Early voting in Austin’s 10-1 council and mayoral elections has begun, with run-off election day on Dec. 16. In the mayor’s race, campaigning has gone […]

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Poll Shows Adler Leading Martinez In Mayoral Race

In the lead up to the Dec. 16 runoff, the Austin mayoral race seems to be tilting in favor of attorney Steve Adler, at least […]

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Austin Voters Choose New City Council Members and Reject Rail

Election Day in Austin brought about some definitive answers as to what the new city council will look like, and many more runoffs. Two candidates […]

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Among District Differences, Growth and Traffic Are Consistent Themes

City council debates and forums are wrapping up, and early voting is almost upon us. While keeping tabs on all 78 candidates is close to […]

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