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One year after Austin leaders approved a historic reduction to the city’s police budget, City Council approved record funding for the Austin Police Department at a time when ocer stang has stalled and citywide murders have spiked. The passage of House Bill 1900, a new state law penalizing

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As Austin ISD opened its campuses to students in August, families found themselves in the familiar position of wondering how the district would handle health and safety as coronavirus cases once again surged in Austin. AISD began the summer by saying it was “all-in on in-class learning” following the

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to the breakfast sandwiches Brooklyn Breakfast shop is known for, chef Ryan Rosen will also serve up a lunch and dinner menu including burgers and fried chicken sandwiches at the new location. 737-229-0808. www.brooklynbreakfastshop.co RELOCATIONS 5 Fortress Shoes relocated its flagship store to a new space at 417 E. 43rd St., Austin, this summer. Previously located on South First Street, Fortress Shoes sells fair-trade leather footwear handmade in Peru. The new Hyde Park showroom will be fully operational by mid-September. 512-856-4622. www.fortress.shoes 6 Custom jewelry and repair shop Regard Jewelry relocated to 6800 Burnet Road, Ste. 4, Austin, on July 1 after closing its 8127 Mesa Drive location. The shop’s selection ranges from diamond rings and watches to bluebonnet and Texas star- themed pieces. Regard Jewelry also buys gold and offers in-house jewelry repair. 737-300-2686. www.regardjewelry.com NEWMANAGEMENT 7 University Federal Credit Union announced Aug. 10 it had named Michael Crowl as its president. Crowl steps into the newly created role after serving as UFCU’s executive vice president of member experience. Headquartered at 3305 Steck Ave., Austin, UFCU is the city’s largest locally owned financial 8 Local restaurant chain Trudy’s Tex-Mex celebrated the relaunch of its North Austin location July 30. Trudy’s North Star, located at 8820 Burnet Road, Austin, underwent recent renovations to the restaurant’s dining rooms, exterior dining spaces, bar areas and kitchen space, part of a rebranding effort across all of Trudy’s Austin restaurants. The location opened with new menu items and a revamped bar selection including high- end tequilas and cocktails. The effort also includes new signage, uniforms and design to reflect the company’s new branding. www.trudys.com institution. www.ufcu.org RENOVATIONS

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Ste. 117, serves families, couples and adolescents age 14 and up. Knox is also a St. Edwards professor, and her past work includes pro bono work with adolescents in Dallas-area schools. 512-680-2110. www.northaustinmentalhealthinstitute.com 3 Sazan Ramen hosted its grand opening July 7. Located at 6929 Airport Blvd., Ste. 146, Austin, the restaurant serves ramen, dumplings and specialty appetizers, including waffle fries tossed in a curry rub. 512-432-5474. www.sazanramen.com. COMING SOON 4 Popular South Austin food truck Brooklyn Breakfast Shop will open a location inside the Prep ATX ghost kitchen at 1300 E. Anderson Lane, Bldg. D, by mid-September. In addition

1 Benvolio’s , a new delivery-only restaurant from Veneto Hospitality, opened Aug. 11 out of a ghost kitchen at 5610 N. I-35, Austin. The restaurant’s menu is “classic Italian with a twist” and features salads, sandwiches and pizza, with additional influences from Greek and Texan cuisine. Benvolio’s is available via ordering apps including DoorDash, UberEats and GrubHub. Veneto Hospitality also manages Juliet Italian Kitchen. www.benvolios-tx.com 2 Owner Natalie Knox, a marriage and family therapist and professional counselor, opened North Austin Mental Health Institute on July 1. The clinic, located at 3445 Executive Center Drive,

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9 The Yarborough Branch of Austin Public Library reopened to the public in May following the completion of more than $500,000 of bond-funded interior and exterior renovation projects that began in 2019. The renovation work includes new drywall and electrical work, as well as a new circulation desk and refreshed mural. The branch is housed in the 1965 Americana Theatre at 2200 Hancock Drive, Austin. www.library.austintexas.gov/ yarborough-branch

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showroom’s furniture is inspired by the styles of Scandinavia, Malibu, Calif., and Marfa, TX. Maaribu also has a gluten-free bakery truck on premises, with baked goods developed by Maaribu owner Serene Warren. Another Maaribu shop and cafe is scheduled to open later this summer at 1413 S. First St. 512-497-0370. www.maaribu.com 5 Kindbody fertility clinic opened its location at 100 Colorado St., Austin, on June 22. The clinic is one of eight Kindbody locations across the country and offers fertility, gynecology and wellness services. 737-787-7806. www.kindbody.com 6 Chain restaurant sweetgreen opened a location in downtown Austin’s 2nd Street District on Aug. 24. Located at 200 W. Second St., Austin, sweetgreen serves seasonal and locally sourced salads and bowls. This is the third Austin 7 Waterloo Park , an 11-acre community recreation and event space on the eastern side of downtown Austin, opened Aug. 14. The 11-acre park’s launch followed several years of development and also includes the Moody Amphitheatre, a new outdoor event space. The park is located at 500 E. 12th St., Austin. www.waterloogreenway.org/visit- waterloo-park COMING SOON 8 Upscale bar, club and restaurant Wax Myrtle’s will open in November on the fourth floor of the forthcoming Thompson hotel at 506 San Jacinto Blvd., Austin. The bar features large outdoor and location for the chain. www.sweetgreen.com

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restaurant Taco Pegaso; salad spot The Market; noodle and La Mian restaurant Little Wu; and Austin Rotisserie, a cafe featuring rotisserie chicken. Cocktails will be available at new bar Ellis and at Drink, which will also serve coffee, kombucha and other beverages. Fareground is located at 111 Congress Ave., Austin. www.faregroundaustin.com 3 International information technology consulting group Fincons Group held the ribbon-cutting for its new U.S. delivery center at 111 Congress Ave., Austin, on Aug. 10. Fincons employs around 2,000 people and works with clients in the transportation, financial services, media, energy and manufacturing industries, among others. 213-700-2430. www.finconsgroup.com 4 Decor and furnishings store Maaribu held its grand opening July 24 at 3402 Guadalupe St., Austin. The

9 Publicly owned utility Austin Energy introduced seven new fast car-charging stations in August at 811 Electric Drive, Austin, bringing the total at this location to eight. Austin Energy now operates 29 fast charging stations in the Austin area. www.pluginaustin.com CLOSINGS 10 Family-owned furniture store The Khazana closed its downtown location at 900 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin, at the end of July after 17 years in business. The company’s other location at 9327 Hwy. 71 is still open. Owners travel through Southeast Asia and work with distributors to find pieces that are eco-friendly and unique. 512-320-9905. www.thekhazana.net

1 Chick-fil-A opened a location in downtown Austin on July 29. Austin local Luke Steigmeyer owns the newest franchise for the fast-food fried chicken chain. It will be open for dine-in and takeout from 6:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 6:30 a.m.- midnight Thursday through Saturday. 600 Congress Ave., Ste. C150, Austin. www.chick-fil-a.com 2 Downtown food hall Fareground will reopen to the public Sept. 7 after being closed since March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Fareground standbys Henbit and TLV will relaunch in-person dining, and four new eateries will also open, including Mexican

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SOUTH CENTRAL NOWOPEN 1 Activewear store Alo Yoga opened a new location Aug. 5 at 1221 S Congress Ave., Ste. 150, Austin. The store is Alo’s 10th location in the country and its first outside of New York and California. 512-782-9521. www.aloyoga.com COMING SOON 2 This fall, BoxLunch will open next to Victoria’s Secret in Barton Creek Square at 2901 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., Austin. The shop will sell pop culture-themed merchandise for adults and children, including Disney, Marvel and Harry Potter-themed collectibles, clothing and accessories. With every $10 spent, BoxLunch will support Feeding America, which provides meals to those in need. www.boxlunch.com 3 Foot Locker will expand its existing location in Barton Creek Square at 2901 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., Austin this

fall. The sneaker retailer will join its sister store, Kids Foot Locker, in the expanded space. In the meantime, Foot Locker will operate in a temporary spot across from Altar’d State on the lower level of the mall. 512-327-1253. www.footlocker.com 4 Hermès plans to open a location on South Congress Avenue’s Music Lane in early 2022. The French designer brand—known especially for its signature silk scarves— will be located at 1221 S. Congress Ave., Austin. It will be the third Texas location for Hermès. www.hermes.com 5 Sweatland is scheduled to open Sept. 7 at 215 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin, in the space previously occupied by CYL. The infrared sauna and light therapy studio targets cellular health and wellness through passive workouts that raise body temperature. www.thesweatland.com ANNIVERSARIES Creative Pickle , a full-service creative agency, celebrated its 20th anniversary in July. The agency specializes in branding,

including naming and business creation, custom website design and development, marketing, and trade show and event design. The team works remotely with a private home studio located on South Lamar Boulevard. Dorie Pickle formed the company in July 2001, and her husband joined as lead web developer in 2007. 512-796-5405. www.creativepickle.com NEWOWNERSHIP 6 Ownership of SoCo Village , an assisted Living and memory care community located at 3000 Payload Pass, Austin, changed hands in August. Now owned by Journeyman Group, based out of Central Austin-based Journeyman Group, SoCo Village was formerly managed by Civitas Senior Living. 512-262-4585. www.facebook.com/ socovillageseniorliving IN THE NEWS 7 St. David’s South Austin Medical Center began a graduate medical program in July after St. David’s

HealthCare became accredited for graduate medical education. The program started with five residents in general surgery and will expand to include obstetrics and gynecology in 2022. The general surgery program will include 25 residents within five years while the OB- GYN program will expand to 20 residents in that time. It is located at 901 Ben White Blvd., Austin. www.stdavids.com 8 Austin-based taqueria Tacodeli began serving cocktails and dinner options at all locations Aug. 23. New menu items will include dishes such as pastor Yucatan and Arrachera flank steak as well as margaritas, local beers and other cocktail options. Tacodeli will also expand its business hours at select locations. Co-owners Roberto Espinosa and Eric Wilkerson opened their first location in 1999 at 1500 Spyglass Drive, Austin. The taco spot has since expanded to 11 Texas locations, with an additional location coming to Slaughter Lane later this summer. www.tacodeli.com

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COMING SOON 4 Aordable housing complex The Abali is set to open the rst week of September at 4603-4611 N. I-35, Austin. Of the complex’s 56 units, 51 are reserved for families making 30%-60% of the city’s median family income. O-SDA Industries developed the complex, which includes a new community mural by local artists. www.aordablehousingtexas.com 5 The Emma , a ve-story, 146-unit apartment complex at 3219 Manor Road, is set to open in July 2022. Austin-based Cumby Group will build the project along with two neighboring developments that will total 800 apartment units once complete. www.cumbygroup.com 6 The LifeFamily church community will open its fth location, LifeAustin Mueller , at 1504 E. 51st St., Austin, on Sept. 12. Randy and Denise Phillips will serve as the lead pastors. The building, formerly occupied by Promiseland Church, was handed over in 2018 and has since undergone renovations to become LifeAustin. Promiseland Church will operate independent of LifeAustin Mueller, but is currently renting LifeAustin Mueller’s chapel. www.life.family ANNIVERSARIES 7 Mueller-area restaurant L’Oca D’Oro celebrated its ve-year anniversary June 15. Co-owned by Fiore Tedesco and Adam Orman, the Italian-inspired eatery uses sustainable, locally grown ingredients. L’Oca D’Oro is open for outdoor dining only Thursday through Sunday at 1900 Simond Ave., Austin. 737-212–1876. www.locadoroaustin.com NAME CHANGE 8 East Austin-based Elevation Energy Group announced Aug. 16 it had changed its name to CarbonBetter after recently adding a decarbonization consulting practice to its services. The energy logistics rm has in the past specialized in oil and gas trading and now also works to help companies minimize environmental impacts at 2305 E. Cesar Chavez St.,

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at 1806 Springdale Road, Austin. The school aims to provide a “stimulating environment” to foster attitudes, ideas and skills that are foundational to learning. 512-947-2671. www.facebook.com/ Itzcali2021 3 Wanderlust Wine Co . opened its second location in July at 702 Shady Lane, Austin, the former location of Innite Monkey Theorem Urban Winery. The wine bar serves selections from around the world, both in its new location and downtown at 610 N. I-35, Austin. Currently in its soft launch phase, its grand opening is planned for September, when the bar’s 80-tap self-pour wall will be completed. 956-212-7848. www.wanderlustwine.com

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1 Austin Regional Clinic opened a new location in East Austin on July 6 to serve what it refers to as one of the fastest- growing parts of the city. The clinic, at 2785 E. Seventh St., Austin, has 21 exam rooms and on-site lab and radiology services. ARC now has 32 locations throughout 13 cities, including 14 in Austin. 737-910-6700. www.austinregionalclinic.com/clinics/ arc-east-7th 2 Itzcali Montessori & Spanish Immersion Preschool opened Aug. 3

IN THE NEWS 9 United Way for Greater Austin , headquartered at 2000 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Austin, on Aug. 5 announced a pending merger with United Way of Williamson County, expected to be complete by the end of the year. The combined organization will continue its mission of combating poverty in the Austin area under the United Way for Greater Austin name. www.unitedwayaustin.org

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The Moontower Comedy Festival will hold its 10th annual event. More than 100 comics will perform, including Margaret Cho, Dave Attell and Bob the Drag Queen. Headliners will perform at the Paramount and Stateside theatres at 719 Congress Ave., Austin. Times vary by performance. Festival badges start at $99. 512-472-5470.

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AUGUST 06 THROUGH SEPT. 16 ATTENDA GALLERY EXHIBIT Lydia Street Gallery will host “Zero to Sixty,” an exhibition of artist Steven Bernard Jones’ work, through Sept. 16. Jones, who has taught art at the University of Texas, Huston-Tillotson University and Texas State University, will present a collection of sculptures and drawings set on maps, which the artist calls a method of “thinking about social and political issues.” Noon-5 p.m. (Sat.-Sun.), by appointment (weekdays). 1200 E. 11th St., Ste. 109, Austin. www.lydiastreetgallery.com 31 LAUGHWITH LATINO COMICS An all-Latino standup comedy show “The Creek and the Cave” will feature comics Luis Flandes, Colton Dowling and Irma Linda Ruiz for the BorderLaughs Comedy Show. 10 p.m. $10. 611 E. Seventh St., Austin. www.creekandcave.com 31 ATTEND FOOD DISTRIBUTION EVENT The Central Texas Food Bank will distribute food in a drive-thru event for local families in need. Attendees will receive an assortment of foods, which will vary depending on availability of supplies at Nelson Field. Though the distribution event is designed as a drive-thru, no one will be turned away if they do not arrive in a vehicle, according to event organizers. 8 a.m. 7105 Berkman Drive, Austin. www.centraltexasfoodbank.org SEPTEMBER 01 LEARN TO TWOSTEP TO LIVEMUSIC Sagebrush, the South Austin honky-tonk, will host three live country acts preceded by two-step lessons. Singer-songwriter Billy Broome will end the night of partner dancing with a two-hour set. 7 p.m. 5500 S. Congress Ave, Austin. www.sagebrushtexas.com

patio. Tickets start at $10. 7 p.m. 2015 E. Riverside Drive, Bldg. 4, Austin. www.comeandtakeitlive.com 10 RUN THROUGH THE PARK The Zilker Relays will return to the park this fall, followed by an after-party with food and live music. The 2.5-mile course starts and ends in north Zilker. There is a shorter loop for children under 12 years old. COVID-19 vaccines are encouraged. Individuals are asked to wear masks when not running. Participants will receive food from Tacodeli. There will be several awards, including for fastest family and corporate teams. 6 p.m. (kids race start), 6:30 p.m. (full event). 2220 Barton Springs Road, Austin. www.zilkerrelays.com/ 11 STROLL THROUGHANARTWALK Austin Art Walk will hold a tour featuring murals, street art and grati. Couple Douglas and Eileen Barber, a former manager of an art gallery and manager of a painting company, respectively, run the tours that cost $28 and run at several times during the day. 9 a.m. 2215 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin. www.atxartwalk.com 11 HONOR FALLENHEROES Samaritan Center will host a climb of the 251-foot Circuit of The Americas observation tower to honor rst responders and veterans who died during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks 20 years ago. The $30 admission fee will benet Samaritan Center’s mental health and integrative medicine program, which treats veterans, rst responders and military. 8 a.m. 9201 Circuit of The Americas Blvd., Austin. www.samaritan-center.org 12 EXPERIENCE A FOOD TRUCK FESTIVAL Food trucks will return to Barton Creek Square for the second Food Truck Festival, with adaptations made in response to COVID-19. General admission tickets start at $6. 2 p.m. 2901 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., Austin. www.facebook.com/atxfoodtruckfest

Yoga studio My Vinyasa Practice will continue its second season of Sunset and Savasana at the lawn at Jacob Fontaine Park with a free community yoga session in the grass. The class is designed for yogis of all levels. 7:30 p.m. 109 Jacob Fontaine Lane, Ste. 800, Austin. www.myvinyasapractice.com 02 LISTEN TOMUSICWHILE ENJOYING NATURE The Zilker Botanical Garden Conservancy will host Music in the Garden on select Thursdays. The event will be spaced out to allow social distancing. The event will be included in the price of admission to the garden. Tickets can be purchased online. 5:30 p.m. 2220 Barton Springs Road, Austin. https://zilkergarden.org/ event/music-in-the-garden-5 04 SPENDANIGHTWITH STANDUP COMICS Standup comedians will perform back to back for the Comedy in the Capital Standup Showcase, followed by free live music. The venue, Speakeasy, also oers ping pong, billiards and a bowling alley. $15. 7:30 p.m. 412 Congress Avenue Ste. D, Austin. www.speakeasyaustin.com 05 SEEACONCERTATFAIRMARKET Jamestown Revival, Jane Leo and Aaron Stephens will perform at East Austin’s Fair Market in a Labor Day weekend concert sponsored by Keep Austin Weird. Food trucks, including Amy’s Ice Creams and Bohemian Barbecue, will be on-site. Proceeds from the concert will support Banding Together ATX, an emergency relief grant program for members of the local live music industry. 6 p.m. $35 and up. www.keepaustinweird.live/ jamestown-revival 10 MOSH TOMETAL Come and Take It Live will host a metal concert with four acts, headlined by Hinayana, an Austin-based melodic death metal band. The venue is two stories and includes a general admission area, mezzanine, balcony and smoking

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Jay Blazek Crossley, executive director at Farm and City, a non- profit focused on transportation, said TxDOT’s latest iteration does not consider alternatives, such as putting a section of I-35 below ground or turning I-35 into a boulevard. “For people like me and for the people of Austin, there’s going to be three to four more years of trying to work to make this project better,” Crossley said.

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South Terminal to close by 2023 tomakeway for future airport expansion The city of Austin’s Department of Aviation announced it will be closing the South Terminal of Austin- AUSTIN-BERGSTROM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

gates and two new taxiways laid out in the newly announced ABIA Airport Expansion Development Program. Airport spokesperson Sam Haynes said the program “will guide growth and expansion at the airport over the next five to seven years.” Allegiant Travel Co. and Frontier Airline, which operate out of the South Terminal, will move to the main terminal once the South Terminal closes.

Bergstrom International Airport, which opened in 2017, within the next two years. In a memo addressed to city leadership July 13, staff said closing the terminal paves the way for the construction of Midfield Concourse B, a new concourse with 10 or more

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AMAZON PLANS FIFTHAREA DELIVERY STATION On Aug. 9, Amazon announced that company officials signed a lease for a 315,000-square-foot delivery station—the last stop before customer delivery— located at 10000 Decker Lane, Austin. The company will complete construction in the first half of 2022 and hire over 200 employees, according to the company.

REZONING OF LUBY’S FOR HOUSING HEADS TO COUNCIL Austin City Council will soon consider the rezoning of a Luby’s for the development of 275 housing units, including 28 affordable units, after the project moved through the city zoning commission Aug. 17. The proposed complex at 8176 N. MoPac, Austin, is moving ahead nearly one year after Luby’s announced plans to dissolve and sell off locations. Space: 2.5 acres Timeline: zoning recommendation Aug. 17

MOODY CENTERMOVES CLOSER TO COMPLETION Crews placed the last beam for the Moody Center on July 27, signifying the “topping out” milestone in the building’s construction. The venue is scheduled to open in spring 2022 and will host University of Texas basketball games and concerts. The 530,000-square- foot, 15,000-seat venue will replace the 42-year-old Frank C. Erwin Jr. Center. Space: 530,000 square feet Timeline: spring 2022

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News from Austin & Travis County

Austin reaches final phase of camping ban enforcement

Williamson County plans to sue over Austin hotel purchase

CAMPING CRACKDOWN Since May, police have met with hundreds of people at encampments. 133 OUTREACH

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total visits to 83 individual sites

AUSTIN Williamson County commissioners on Aug. 17 moved to file a lawsuit against Austin after its City Council approved the $9.55 million purchase of a Candlewood Suites hotel located in the county. Commissioners’ unanimous vote came after Austin City Council’s 7-4 vote Aug. 11 to buy the 83-room hotel to house people experiencing homelessness. Williamson County leaders said they were not initially notified of the city’s purchase plan earlier this year, and since then commissioners and residents consistently asked Austin for greater collaboration on the project. “The city of Austin … moved forward on a homeless shelter for more than a year without consulting anyone on this dais or anyone within Williamson County to my knowledge,” County Judge Bill Gravell said. The county had not filed suit as of press time.

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AUSTIN The fourth and final phase of Proposition B enforcement began Aug. 8, allowing for citations and potential arrests of those experiencing homelessness who are in violation of the citywide camping ban. Interim Police Chief Joseph Chacon said Aug. 10 that Austin police had not taken anyone into custody in relation to the ban as of early August and are not expecting to scale up arrests. “We will look to, for enforcement efforts, always go with the lowest level of enforcement,” Chacon said. “We found that in the overwhelming majority of cases, that one of those two options is sufficient to go ahead and get people to move.” Chacon said staff at the Downtown Austin Community Court, which will reopen at the One Texas Center on Aug. 30, are prepared to handle cases related to the ban. Meanwhile, the Housing-Focused

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Encampment Assistance Link, or HEAL, program is wrapping up its first stage. HEAL has sheltered dozens of people experiencing homelessness and cleared three camps with a fourth Northwest Austin site remaining. City Council approved $6 million for HEAL’s future phases Aug. 12.

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Austin City Council* Meets Sept. 2 and 30 at 10 a.m. 301 W. Second St., Austin www.austintexas.gov Travis County Commissioners Court* Meets Tuesdays at 9 a.m. 700 Lavaca St., Austin www.traviscountytx.gov *In person starts Sept. 1 for both MEETINGSWE COVER comment starting Sept. 1, when a state exemption allowing virtual meetings ends. The mayor must also attend in-person, but council members may join remotely. HIGHLIGHTS AUSTIN City Council approved the language for two Nov. 2 ballot measures in August. Proposition A would mandate police staffing of two officers per 1,000 residents, and Proposition B centers on the sale or lease of 9 acres of city land at 2525 S. Lakeshore Blvd., next to Oracle’s waterfront campus. TRAVIS COUNTY Judge Andy Brown and Austin Mayor Steve Adler issued orders Aug. 11 requiring masks be worn on city, county and public school property. The move defied Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order banning local mask mandates. TEXAS Abbott issued an executive order Aug. 25 barring mandates of any COVID-19 vaccinations, including Pfizer’s vaccine, which now has full approval from the NUMBER TOKNOW of the Dallas Police Department and Emada E. Tingirides of the Los Angeles Police Department. A selection is expected in September. 3 Finalists for Austin’s new police chief. They are Austin’s interim Chief Joseph Chacon, Avery L. Moore Food & Drug Administration. AUSTIN Residents will have to attend City Council meetings in-person to make a public

Delta variant drives up hospitalizations and vaccination rates

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TRAVIS COUNTY COVID-19 vaccination efforts in Travis County have picked up in response to rising hospitalizations spurred by the contagious delta variant. In an Aug. 3 presentation, Austin Public Health Director Adrienne Stirrup noted an uptick in the number of vaccine doses APH and CommUnityCare were administering each week, nearly tripling from around 600 doses the week prior to roughly 1,700. By Aug. 18, that number was around 1,300 doses. More doses could be on the horizon as the U.S. rolls out booster shots of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines for adults who have been fully vaccinated for at least eight months Sept. 20. Currently, certain immunocompromised people can receive boosters. Pfizer also reached the milestone of receiving full FDA approval for its vaccine Aug. 23. Austin is in Stage 5, as of press time, the highest level of coronavirus risk, with staffed intensive care unit beds in short supply. Travis County staff said Aug. 24 they are making space at the Travis County Expo Center for an alternate care site for COVID-19 patients, but APH officials said hospital staffing is currently too limited to support opening the site. BOOSTERS ON THEWAY The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced Aug. 18 the rollout of COVID-19 vaccine booster shots this fall, citing data that vaccine protection wanes somewhat over time. WHO: adults 18+ WHEN:

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“Council’s actions today provide a path forward to build on Austin’s many strengths while addressing the challenges we face as a city,” City Manager Spencer Cronk said in a statement. The budget cycle was also marked by projections that future years will be tougher for Austin fiscally, according to city financial staff.

AUSTIN City Council unanimously passed a record $4.5 billion budget for fiscal year 2021-22 on Aug. 12. The spending plan is an increase of more than 7% over the $4.2 billion FY 2020-21 budget and is supported by a property tax rate of $0.541 per $100 property valuation, passed in a 10-1 vote.

Austin’s population places 11th inU.S.

BY BEN THOMPSON

Austin’s 10 City Council districts redrawn for the first time this fall. Austin’s population rose from 790,390 in 2010 to 961,855 in 2020. The share of white, Black, and Hispanic or Latino residents shrunk over the past decade, while Asians and those of two or more races saw the largest gains.

AUSTIN The Aug. 12 release of 2020 census data detailed Austin’s growth over the past decade to become the 11th largest U.S. city and its changing demographic makeup. The data is a key piece of Austin’s citizen-led redistricting process, which will see the boundaries of

WHICH VACCINE: Moderna and Pfizer

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