Hello neighbors–The next general membership meeting of the Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Association will be next Tuesday, October 08, beginning at 6:45 pm at the High Road on Dawson, 700 Dawson.
Hope to see you there.
7:00–SoCo parking study update
7:05–Unconventional Austin presentation on ballot items & audience Q&A
7:15–Review and discussion of Land Development Code draft
Draft released Friday 10-04-2019.
SoCo parking study update posted in Bouldin Bulletin by Yellow Sector Rep. Elizabeth Howard
Land Development Code draftHERE http://www.austintexas.gov/ldc
Officer elections note The Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Association will hold its annual Officers election at the next General Association meeting on Tuesday, December 10.In order to vote in the election or to run for office, you have to be a registered member of the Neighborhood Association. The deadline for registering prior to the election is November 30. Please contact Treasurer, email@example.com to sign up or to check whether your registration is current. Attendance (with sign-in) at any meeting within the last 2 years automatically updates your registration.
Hello neighbors–The next general membership meeting of the Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Association will be next Tuesday, August 13, beginning at 6:45 pm at the High Road on Dawson, 700 Dawson. Hope to see you there.
Here is the current agenda: 6:45–Introductions; 6:55–Traffic Safety & Parking and Parks Committee updates; 7:00–Confirmation vote on BCNA support for crosswalk painting at South Congress & Gibson; 7:05–Discussion and vote on proposed resolution regarding CodeNext (aka land use code rewrite) –proposed resolution below; 7:20–Statesman site redevelopment presentation by Endeavor Real Estate Group; 7:50–Adjourn
Proposed resolution: BCNA opposes unequal zoning changes targeted at only certain current residential areas and instead supports equal treatment for all property currently zoned as “single family” throughout the City.
Austin had a long history of discriminatory treatment of certain areas that needs to stop.
Unequal policy will both exacerbate displacement of people in targeted areas and fail
to maximize affordability and environment protection in the other areas of the City.
Austin’s land use laws should promote affordability and walkability equally everywhere in all
Hello neighbors–The next general membership meeting of the Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Association will be next Tuesday, June 11, beginning at 6:45 pm at the High Road on Dawson, 700 Dawson. Hope to see you there. Here is the currently envisioned agenda:
6:55–Update on City Hall developments
7:00–South Central Waterfront presentation, discussion, & vote (see proposed resolution below)
7:30–South Congress parking study update
7:35–Parks Committee Update
Proposed South Central Waterfront Resolution
The City Council should not approve any new entitlements above existing base zoning or those entitlements outlined in existing PUD ordinances for the Statesman tract or any other properties in the South Central Waterfront plan area until the Council has implemented the regulatory and financial measures needed to ensure that the Austin community may realize the full public benefits outlined in the South Central Waterfront Vision Plan.
In June 2016 the Austin City Council adopted the South Central Waterfront Vision Plan, which envisions more affordable housing, connectivity, green spaces and great streets as the waterfront is developed.
Three years later the Council has not implemented the development, financing, and regulation frameworks outlined in the vision plan and needed for the Waterfront Plan to become reality.
Other developers working in the South Central Waterfront area are currently lobbying for similar PUDs and extraordinary entitlements above base zoning in the near future, and the framework for the Waterfront Plan is still not in place.
BCNA General Association meeting Tuesday February 12, 6:45 pm at The High Road on Dawson (700 Dawson Rd.)
Hello neighbors–Here is the agenda for our February Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Association General Membership meeting, which will be next Tuesday February 12 at The High Road on Dawson (700 Dawson Rd.):
–6:45 to 6:55–introductions –6:55 to 7:05–election for Green Sector representative –7:05 to 7:20–2019 BCNA budget discussion and vote –7:20 to 7:25–Parks Committee and Traffic, Safety, & Parking Committee update –7:25 to 7:29–Brief discussion of new affordability land use proposal being considered by City Council –7:29 to 7:30–Brief rant about our few, narrow public sidewalks being taken over for scooter and bike storage –7:30 to 7:45–Presentation by Marjorie Flanigan (City of Austin) on Art in Public Places program for Ricky Guerrero Park –7:45 to 7:55–Presentation by Buie & Co. Public Relations on office development at the corner of South Lamar and Oltorf –7:55–Adjourn
Hope to see you all there, thanks!–Jesse, BCNA Prez
Hello neighbors–Here is the agenda for our December 11 BCNA General Membership meeting. at The High Road on Dawson (700 Dawson Rd.):
–6:45 to 6:55–introductions
–6:55 to 7:25–elections
–7:25 to 7:35–Parks Committee update, including discussion & vote on resolution supporting additional trails and trans-railroad connectivity for West Bouldin Creek Greenbelt
–7:35 to 7:40–vote on annual contribution to our gracious host, The High Road on Dawson
–7:40 to 7:45–Traffic, Safety, & Parking Committee update
–7:45 to 7:55–Zoning Committee update, including brief update on Green Pastures
–7:55 to 8:10–Presentation on upcoming park & playscape improvements at Butler Park
Hope to see you all there, thanks!–Jesse, BCNA Prez
BCNA will hold annual Officer and Sector Representative elections on Tuesday, December 11,
at the General Association Meeting.
We published most candidate statements in the BCNA newsletter that you should have received by now.
However, some neighbors have announced their candidacy since then, so I am re-sending all statements.
With 13 positions on the ballot, that makes for a lot of reading.
I am therefore breaking them down into several e-mails:
Director of Communications
VP Neighborhood Issues and VP External Affairs
Green & Lavender Sector Reps
Blue & Yellow Sector Reps
Pink & Brown Sector Reps
Orange Sector – STILL NEED CANDIDATE
Member, BCNA Elections Committee