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With Council’s decision to end CodeNEXT, how do you envision moving forward to update Austin’s land development code?

City of Austin : City Council, District 1

Our position is we should follow the guidelines set forth by PODER.

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Lewis Conway Jr.

I think the way the City and Council handled CodeNext was not effective in part because they oversold what it …

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Mariana Salazar

A new land development code is essential. Council made the right decision to allow the City Manager to propose a …

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Natasha Harper-Madison

I would utilize the skills I obtained as Chair of the Travis County Democratic Party to try to change the …

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Vincent Harding

City of Austin : City Council, District 3

Examine a thorough post mortem of CodeNext Process as likely guided by City Manager ensure that future process is guided …

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Amit Motwani

We need to learn from our mistakes on CodeNEXT. There were clear issues and lack of community engagement that lead …

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James Valadez

Our current Euclidian land use code was written in the 80’s and was written to address the large amount of …

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Jessica Cohen

We have to get stakeholders back to the table in a good faith effort to get a rewrite done. Too …

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Justin Jacobson

City of Austin : City Council, District 5

I continue to believe that a new Land Development Code that reflects shared values and meets the challenges of a …

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Ann Kitchen

City of Austin : City Council, District 8

Since I started at City Hall in 2005, I have been involved in continual amendments to the land development code, …

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Bobby Levinski

Austin is bursting at the seams, we need to do something to accommodate our growth. This means we must update …

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Paige Ellis

We need an updated land development code that provides allows the city to enact the vision of Imagine Austin, provide …

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Rich DePalma

City of Austin : City Council, District 9

As an engineer who sees the growth challenges our city is facing—and as a former full-time West Austin resident who …

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Danielle Skidmore

I voted to initiate the CodeNEXT process several years ago because I believe that our current Land Development Code needs …

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Kathie Tovo

We still need to change our land codes.  More people are moving in and we need to make sensible changes …

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Linda O’Neal

City of Austin : Mayor

It is deeply unfortunate that so much time, money and effort was spent before the current mayor finally pulled the …

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Laura Morrison

Our city still needs an updating and revision of our land development code. First, we need an honest evaluation of …

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Steve Adler

Moving forward on updating Austin’s land development code I feel keeping things as simple as possible for the business community, …

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Todd Phelps

It’s useful to clearly distinguish the exact problem with the CodeNEXT process: We expected 11 people to hold a binary …

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Travis Duncan