“Austin has recognized the fact that the building of a modern, efficient city is more than a mere accident and that the best advantages are available only when a good city plan has been adopted, and a program provided which will suggest certain re-adjustments and the co-ordination of the future improvements.” (A City Plan for Austin, Texas, 1928, pg. 6) As kids, we’re presented with a common narrative: the middle class American dream. Go to school, graduate from college, get …
A discussion on housing issues with City Council Candidates Morgan Witt (D7 Candidate) and David Chincanchan (D2 Candidate).
Howdy, Austin. Let’s face it folks, we’re actin’ like a $6 can of Lone Star at a Snow Patrol concert: Too much money, too little fizz. Between a global pandemic and a modern day civil rights movement, it’s become undeniable that the ‘Austin’ experience we so often rave about isn’t everyone’s experience. We’re not just going in the wrong direction; we’ve been heading this way for quite some time and we’re about to go the way of Thelma and Louise.
KUT and the Austin Monitor host a forum with the candidates running for a seat on the Austin City Council in District 7, which covers north central Austin.