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#PSA #share/#RT #Austin
#mustwatch this very well done & COMPELLING video.
via @YouTube "Scenario-based modeling is d only way to beta-test development code" w/drawings & explanations from #ATX #architects who beta-tested #CodeNEXT.
#Austinites #info 1/3
Great huge #shoutout to Chris & Gina Allen for the work thats gone into d beta testing & presentation for #COAcityOfficials on behalf of many of us #Austin #homeowners/#TaxPayers. Looking forward to seeing more of your work!
Please #share/#RT & make sure #Austinites r aware 2/3
#WakeUpATX #CodeNEXT NOT about #HousingForAll! #MayorLier & 6 other clowns (Natasha,Garza,Renteria,Casar, Flannigan, Paige) voted to allow #hotels n Mixed Use zones replacing possible residential. @austintexasgov staff says needed 4hotels.
#Recall info ourtownaustin.org 3/3
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Our Annual General Membership meeting is happening now. Updates on #codenext and transit from our working group chairs.

Up next, Candidate Forum. #AnAustinForEveryone
Up first for candidate forum is Natasha Harper-Madison. Talking about her background & why she's running:
"we have to do better reconciling segregation (income and racially)...we need a city we can be proud of"
"every kid should have access to integrated high-quality education"
: "we need to develop in a way that is sustainable"
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At Planning Commission to discuss the importance of transit-supportive density as well as oppose small area neighborhood plans. Specifically, the North Shoal Creek NP.
Commissioner Connor Kenny inquiring to the staff about the neighborhood planning process.

Asking about who showed up to the community engagement events.

Staff:
-older single-family homeowners were overwhelmingly represented but almost no renters
Staff: we decided to not upzone these to transition zoning.

Also acknowledging that majority of population is renters. (despite them not being present at community engagement)
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Remember, the productive urban areas, cities, support the very same suburbanites and rural people that decry cities.
metrocosm.com/map-us-economy/
.@DeLunaEva ever seen a map or graphic of Texas tax revenue (versus outlays) by county or zip code?

It's my hunch that the cities are heavily subsidizing rural and suburban interests at the State level. I mean, this clearly happens w/TXDOT highway projects.
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