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By Jack Flagler |
By Jack Flagler
Austin's homeless ordinances back on books May 11, but arrests, camp clearings won't start until July
Austin announced a "phased process" to introduce Proposition B ordinances beginning with one month of outreach followed by one month of warnings and citations before arrests or clearances begin as necessary.
This is the first time people under the age of 16 have been granted access to a coronavirus vaccine.
Butler Park Pitch & Putt reopens in Austin; turf fields open in Pflugerville and more Central Texas news
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The downtown golf closed for renovations last year.
The public now has the ability to review and provide feedback on planning materials for a $400 million I-35 project.
The new gym will have comparable offerings to the original in East Austin.
City staff had previously dismissed developing official camping locations in 2019, but new directives from City Council this week could revive the concept in Austin.
Wag-A-Bag to operate under new ownership, name; Austin, TxDOT at odds over I-35 overhaul; and more top Central Texas news
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Austin Animal Center to reopen to public; Q2 Stadium to open with US women's soccer team; and more Central Texas news
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North Central Austin business news: Office complex opens in Highland, picnic meals offered in the parks and more
Mes Amis is an outdoor dining service that provides baskets with French-style cuisine for picnics. Two new fitness studios, Hive + Honey and Regymen, are also now open.
Dr. Desmar Walkes will take over as Austin's next medical director and local health authority as Dr. Mark Escott and Stephanie Hayden-Howard transition to new roles with the city.
Visitors who want to visit the pool after 8 a.m. will have to make a reservation for a two-hour block of time.