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Click here to find out INSTANTLY Home Much your owned Real Estate Property Might be Valued at in Today's Current Marketplace.

 Click here to find out INSTANTLY Home Much your owner Real Estate Property Might be Valued at in Today's Current Marketplace. 

per Michael Corcoran Writer; The 15 Greatest Large Music Venues (1,200 and up) in Austin History

michaelcorcoran from Michael Corcoran's Overserved Forwarded this email?  Subscribe here  for more 15 Greatest Large Music Venues (1,200 and up) in Austin History Ranking 'em 1-15, and no I didn't forget Doris Miller Auditorium (dreadful acoustics) or Hurlbut Ranch (not Austin) MICHAELCORCORAN MAY 24   READ IN APP   Doug Sahm and band. Photo Van Brooks courtesy AusPop Archives. Armadillo World Headquarters  1970-1980. With a capacity of 1,600, it felt like both the world’s largest nightclub and smallest arena, hosting the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Van Morrison, Bette Midler, and Ray Charles, but also incubating a local scene that went national on  Austin City Limits  and with the “progressive country” radio format. Sex, drugs, rock ‘n’ roll, nachos. Getting ready for Freddy King. Photo Van Brooks AusPop. The final night of the AWHQ was December 31, 1980, ending with a cast of hundreds singing “Goodnight Irene” at 4 a.m on New Year’s morning. The last line of the Armadillo

Citizen GVM interviewed on Local KVUE/ABC News, “Austin City Council passes Phase 2 of HOME Initiative”

  Citizen GVM interviewed on Local KVUE/ABC News, “Austin City Council passes Phase 2 of HOME Initiative” MAY 18, 2024 Austin City Council passes Phase 2 of HOME Initiative The council’s approval follows hours of public comment on Thursday and Friday, from both those in support of and in opposition to the initiative.           Author:  Johann Castro, Isabella Basco Published:  2:27 PM CDT May 17, 2024 Updated:  5:09 PM CDT May 17, 2024 Click here to be re-directed to the EXACT KVUE ABC News Story, Feature, Link 7 to WATCH The GVM interview/talk AUSTIN, Texas — The Austin City Council has approved Phase 2 of the Home Options for Middle-Income Empowerment (HOME) Initiative. Phase 2 of the HOME Initiative will allow minimum lot sizes for homes in Austin to reduce significantly. Prior to Phase 2, the minimum lot size allowed in Austin was 5,570 square feet. Under Phase 2, that number drops to 1,800 square feet. The council’s approval came after members heard hours of public comment on Thur