Do you support Austin voters securing their right to vote on CodeNEXT or any comprehensive​ development code overhaul — Proposition J on the November ballot? (Note: Passage of Proposition J does not mean that all code changes come to a public vote – only a comprehensive code overhaul, whether it’s called CodeNEXT or something else.) Rate your support on a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being the most support and 1 being the least.

Bobby Levinski

City Council, District 8

When the City Council refused to put the petition on the ballot, I was part of the legal team to defend it. The comments we made to the council about the petition when they refused to put it on the ballot were in line with Judge Naranjo’s ruling. I will be voting for Prop J. It’s not a perfect remedy, but it’s simply an extra level of oversight on the council’s work. My hope is we can proceed with code amendments in a way that is manageable and does not take away residents’/land owners’ rights to protest rezoning changes.

Rate your support: 10