Baldridge Architects relocating office to Burnet Road
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By Jack Flagler
Vegan chicken sandwiches come to Anderson Lane, plus more North Austin business and community updates
Project Pollo is set to open July 22.
New spots include Above Ground Pizza opening in New Bruanfels after several permitting delays and Salvation Pizza feeding travelers at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
In one of their last detailed discussions before their summer break, council members secured funding for several of their individual priorities alongside homelessness allocations.
Pickleball, entertainment center set for Cedar Park; businesses now open, coming to San Marcos and more Central Texas news
Read the latest business and community news from the Central Texas area.
Headliners for the four-day festival include Margaret Cho, Dave Attell and others.
North-south road in Round Rock makes progress; homestead exemption OK'd in Leander and more Central Texas news
Read the top business and community news from the past week from the Central Texas area.
Austin City Council votes for improved coordination with local counties on homeless issues; no action taken on Williamson County Candlewood Suites purchase before summer break
Council members unaimously approved a resolution aimed at improving collaboration on homeless strategy between Austin and local county officials June 10.
AISD originally planned to open the middle school by 2022, but has yet to purchase the land from the city of Austin so it can start construction.
A drive-thru clinic at the Travis County Expo Center, along with several other neighborhood pop-ups, will offer the Pfizer vaccine this weekend.
The exemption's increase from 10% to 20% of a homestead's value follows the passage of an additional exemption increase for senior and disabled Austinites last week.
East Austin residents speak out against Springdale Green PUD plan ahead of final City Council rezoning vote
The project's proposed height of 93 feet has become a point of controversy among residents of nearby neighborhoods as the PUD's rezoning case has moved forward this spring.
Mayawell's pop-up will serve as a hybrid cafe, wellness shop and community space through the summer.