Nutty Brown in Round Rock, Hutto ISD academic calendars: 4 things to know in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto this week, Feb. 6-10


1. Round Rock City Council hears consideration for Nutty Brown PUD

In 2016, Austin-based music venue Nutty Brown announced its move to Round Rock. Since then, the owners have had to delay the move for several reasons, including roadway access and zoning changes.

This Thursday, Round Rock City Council will vote to rezone the area where Nutty Brown will build its amphitheater to accommodate the planned uses of the development.

2. Hutto ISD presents academic calendars and votes on Limmer Loop Project

At its regularly scheduled meeting Thursday, the Hutto ISD board of trustees will be presented with the 2018-19 and 2019-20 academic calendars.

The board of trustees will also vote to enter into an agreement with the city of Hutto for the Limmer Loop Sidewalk Project, which would add sidewalk access to Cottonwood Elementary School.

3. Hutto EDC Type B special meeting

Hutto EDC Type B holds a special-called meeting Thursday to discuss and possibly take action on a resolution authorizing a public hearing for a proposed project related to the acquisition of nearly 500 acres, including expenditures.

4. Travis County files suit against pharmaceutical opioid manufacturers, distributors and marketers

Travis County yesterday filed suit against manufacturers, distributors and marketers of pharmaceutical opioids for damages and penalties and for all other relief available by law.

Travis County attorneys and outside counsel will work together to recover damages to help mitigate the impact that the opioid epidemic has had on the Travis County community. County officials were not yet able to comment on the dollar amount that could be recovered through this effort.

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Iain Oldman
Iain Oldman joined Community Impact Newspaper after spending two years in Pittsburgh, Pa., where he covered Pittsburgh City Council. He additionally worked with an investigative news organization where he reported on environmental topics and was a featured writer for Epicast Network, a Pittsburgh podcast company. Iain has now transitioned full-time into covering Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto.
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