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Per HOMESNAP! People are looking at your listings and profile! George Vance McGee Real Estate Broker Profile

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The Trail Foundation is Now The Trail Conservancy

  View this email in your browser The Trail Foundation is now The Trail Conservancy.   A new name. A broader mission. A deeper commitment. For the past 20 years, we’ve been known as The Trail Foundation. The organization is dedicated to making the Ann & Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail a welcoming place for all. So, why would we change who we are now?    We aren’t. We’re just changing our name to better describe who we’ve been all along.   We’re still the same passionate people working every day to maintain, enhance and expand the Butler Trail. And it turns out that “foundation” didn’t accurately reflect our mission — we are a conservancy.    As we usher in this new era as The Trail Conservancy, we’re doubling down on our commitment to the Trail and the community. We are taking on a more significant role as primary stewards of Town Lake Metropolitan Park, ensuring that it remains a place where all of Austin feels welcome and included. Join us Saturday on the Trail to celebrate. Famil

Per Austin Culture Map & KVUE news; Longtime South Austin bar Crow Bar destroyed by Arson fire

UNDER INVESTIGATION Longtime South Austin bar Crow Bar destroyed by arson By KVUE Staff Sep 19, 2022 | 12:09 pm The Austin Fire Department has launched an arson investigation after responding to multiple fires in South Austin early on the morning of September 18, including at a longtime bar on far South Congress Avenue. Firefighters responded to a fire at Crow Bar, located at 3116 S. Congress Ave., around 4:20 am. AFD stated in a tweet that crews determined the fire had been intentionally set. Another nearby fire at a vacant former auto repair shop in the 4200 block of South First Street was also determined to be arson, AFD said. --- Read the full story and watch the video on .