It’s that time again for another ANC General Membership meeting, this coming Wednesday, June 22. I will be out of the country for this meeting, but David King, ANC VP2 will be chairing this ANC meeting, with Joyce Basciano, ANC VP1 supervising!
If anyone is able to come at 6 PM to help set up the room, I am sure that David and Joyce would appreciate your help. Attached is the agenda.
Mary Ingle, President
Our General Membership Meeting is this Wednesday, May 25 from 7- 9 PM. Meet and Greet starts at 6:30, and as usual, we would be most grateful for any help setting up the conference room ahead of the meeting at 6 PM. I look forward to seeing you all on Wednesday night.
Agenda – Edited: http://ancweb.org/download/5-25-16-v2-GMMAustin-Neighborhoods-Council.doc
We will be having our ANC General membership Meeting on Wednesday night, 4/27/16 at 7PM, 721 Barton Springs Road. As usual, if anyone is able to come at 6 PM to help set up the room, that is always appreciated!
Attached is the agenda. I look forward to seeing everyone at the meeting on Wednesday– it should be an interesting meeting!- Mary
Our General Membership Meeting will be this coming Wednesday, March 23, 721 Barton Springs Road, at 7 PM; the meeting starts promptly at 7, but I will need some set up help for the room in advance of the meeting (6 PM). If you are able to help, please let me know (it’s fairly painless, but you will get lots of appreciation!).
Look forward to seeing everyone on Wednesday night. We have a great program planned!
Click to download Agenda
Austin’s Commercial Real Estate Industry Promotes “Affordability” as a Trojan Horse to Destroy Our Single-Family Neighborhoods.
A press conference was held Monday, February 22, 2016 at Austin City Hall, to release a report showing that the Austin commercial real estate industry seeks to gut single family zoning and commercialize our neighborhoods. While they promise more affordability, they are actually making our city more expensive and less livable. This is of great interest to single-family homeowners and advocates from across Austin whose single-family neighborhoods are threatened by the real estate industry’s Trojan Horse of “affordability”. The report reveals to Austin’s single-family neighborhoods that the commercial real estate industry aims to commercialize our neighborhoods to maximize their profits under the covers of “affordability”, “density”, and CodeNEXT.
Contact: Fred Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-636-1389 (c)
Austin’s Trojan Horse
Our last ANC General Membership meeting for this year will be this coming Wednesday night, Oct. 28 where we will be electing the new slate of officers and sector reps for 2015-16. I hope you will all be able to attend. Attached is the agenda.
The meeting will start at 7 PM (Meet and Greet is at 6:30 PM). If anyone is able to come at 6 PM to help set up the room, all hands are appreciated! I look forward to seeing all of you on Wednesday night, 721 Barton Springs Rd. 7 PM.
Dear Member Representative,
The ANC nominees for the 2016 Executive Committee have been announced! Please take some time to look over the ballot and these nominations:
Nominations: Slate of Officers
We’d also like to encourage you to make these two resources available to your residents and your boards:
Connecting with City Council
Communicating with Council Offices
Mary Rudig, Communications Chair
Dear Member Representative,
We will be having our monthly Austin Neighborhoods Council General Membership Meeting this coming Wednesday, September 23, 721 Barton Springs Road from 7-9 PM. Remember that Meet and Greet starts at 6:30 PM, if you would like to meet other friends and members of ANC.
Another exciting agenda for this month has been planned with Council Member Gregoria Casar as the featured City Council Member of the Month. Afterwards, our first speaker of the evening will be Jim Wick, Director of Community Engagement from the Mayor’s Office, who will speak about how to be an effective speaker with the City Council. Next will be Harry Evans, Retired Chief of Staff from the Austin Fire Department, who will give us an update on the project for national flooding alert/readiness project- a collaboration with the University of Texas. Topping the night with a conversation about Austin’s Water Resources will be given by Raymond Slade, a professional hydrologist. Pertaining to ANC Business, A slate of 2015 ANC officers will be presented to the General Membership by the ANC nominating committee. Nominations will be accepted from the floor at that time. Last, but certainly not least, Jeff Jack will detail and CodeNEXT process with an update. It should be an educational and fun evening!
So, we hope you can join us this month, and we look forward to seeing you at the upcoming meeting of the Austin Neighborhoods Council on Wednesday night, August 26, 2015.