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Planning CommissionApril 11, 2024

ETOD and DBETOD JPH V1.pdf original pdf

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WORKING DRAFT – SUBJECT TO CHANGE JOINT PUBLIC HEARING – VERSION 1 MARCH 29, 2024 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 25-2 OF THE CITY CODE TO CREATE A NEW ZONING DISTRICT AND NEW DENSITY BONUS PROGRAM DISTRICT RELATING TO EQUITABLE-TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT AND REZONING AND CHANGING THE ZONING MAP TO INCLUDE EQUITABLE TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT (ETOD) COMBINING DISTRICT AND DENSITY BONUS ETOD (DBETOD) COMBINING DISTRICT TO THE BASE ZONING DISTRICT FOR PROPERTY WITHIN A CERTAIN DISTANCE ALONG NORTH LAMAR BOULEVARD, GUADALUPE STREET, SOUTH CONGRESS AVENUE, AND LOCATED SOUTH OF U.S. HWY 183 AND NORTH OF LIGHTSEY ROAD/WOODWARD STREET. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AUSTIN: PART 1. Subsection (F) of City Code Section 25-2-32 (Zoning Districts and Map Codes) is amended to delete “corridor overlay” and to add a new combining district that reads as follows: (F) Combining districts and map codes are as follows: (22) Equitable Transit-Oriented Development ….ETOD (23) density bonus ETOD …. DBETOD PART 2. Division 6, Article 2, Subchapter A of City Code Chapter 25-2 (Zoning) is amended to add a new Section 25-2-182 to read: § 25-2-182 EQUITABLE TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT (ETOD) COMBINING DISTRICT PURPOSE AND BOUNDARIES. (A) The purpose of the Equitable Transit-Oriented Development (ETOD) combining district is to enhance transit-supportive uses, encourage more intentional and equitable land stewardship with increased bicycle, pedestrian, and transit connectivity, housing options and opportunities, public realm activation, and new economic opportunities near public transit. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 3/29/2024 11:31 AM ETOD/ ETOD Density Bonus Combining District Page 1 of 16 COA Law Department 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 WORKING DRAFT – SUBJECT TO CHANGE JOINT PUBLIC HEARING – VERSION 1 MARCH 29, 2024 (B) The boundaries of the ETOD district are identified in Exhibit “A” (ETOD Boundaries) and shall be incorporated into Chapter 25-2 (Appendix G). PART 3. Division 6, Article 3, Subchapter C of City Code Chapter 25-2 (Zoning) is amended to add a new Section 25-2-653 to read: § 25-2-653 EQUITABLE TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT (ETOD) COMBINING DISTRICT REGULATIONS. (A) This section applies to a property with ETOD zoning. (B) This section governs over a conflicting …

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Planning CommissionApril 11, 2024

HOME Phase 2 JPH V1.pdf original pdf

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WORKING DRAFT – SUBJECT TO CHANGE JOINT PUBLIC HEARING – VERSION 1 MARCH 29, 2024 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 25 (LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE) OF THE CITY CODE RELATING TO REGULATIONS THAT APPLY TO PROPERTY WITH ONE DWELLING UNIT AND FLAG LOTS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AUSTIN: PART 1. Section 25-1-21 (Definitions) of City Code is amended to amend Subdivision (103) to read: (103) SIDE LOT LINE means a lot line intersecting the front lot line and extending a minimum distance of 25 [75] feet. PART 2. Section 25-1-22 (Measurements) of City Code is amended to amend Subsection (A) to read: § 25-1-22 MEASUREMENTS. (A) For MF-1 and less restrictive, lot [Lot] area is the net horizontal area within the lot lines, excluding the portion of the lot that: (1) [that] provides street access, if the lot is a flag lot; or (2) [that] is located below 492.8 feet of elevation above sea level, if the lot is adjacent to Lake Austin. (B) For SF-6 and more restrictive, lot area is the net horizontal area within the lot lines and: (1) (2) includes the portion of the lot that provides street access, if the lot is a flag lot, and excludes the portion of the lot that is located below 492.8 feet of elevation above sea level, if the lot is adjacent to Lake Austin. (C) Lot depth is the horizontal distance between the mid-point of the front lot line and the midpoint of the rear lot line. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 3/29/2024 11:47 AM HOME 2: 1 Unit Regulations & Flag Lots Page 1 of 11 COA Law Department 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 WORKING DRAFT – SUBJECT TO CHANGE JOINT PUBLIC HEARING – VERSION 1 MARCH 29, 2024 (D[C]) Except as otherwise provided in this title, lot width is measured at the front setback line and at a distance of 20 [50] feet to the rear of the front setback line. (E[D]) In determining required yards and setbacks for an irregularly shaped lot or a lot bounded by only three lot lines, the rear lot line is: …

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Planning CommissionApril 11, 2024

Joint Meeting LDC Amendments Presentation.pdf original pdf

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Joint City Council & Planning Commission Public Hearing April 11, 2024 April 11 Joint Meeting Items  Electric Vehicle Charging Use  HOME Phase 2 (Smaller Lot Size for One Unit)  Citywide Compatibility Changes  Equitable Transit Oriented Development (ETOD) Overlay 2 Public Hearings & Engagement Joint City Council & Planning Commission Meeting April 11, 2024 Open Houses April 17, 2024 + April 20, 2024 (Virtual) Planning Commission Meetings April 23, 2024 + April 30, 2024 City Council Meeting May 16, 2024 3 Council Direction Electric Vehicle Charging HOME Phase 2 Citywide Compatibility Changes ETOD Overlay Resolution No. 20230608-082 provided direction to create a new land use for Electric Vehicle charging and define where EV charging facilities could be located. Resolution No. 20230720-126 provided direction to reduce minimum lot sizes for single-family zoning districts. Resolution No. 20230608-045 provided direction to simplify citywide compatibility standards and make them less restrictive. Resolution No. 20240201-054 provided direction to create and apply a new zoning district to support the Phase 1 Austin Light Rail alignment and Priority Extensions 4 Electric Vehicle Charging Use 5 Electric Vehicle Charging Use  Resolution No. 20230608-082 directed staff to create a land use for Electric Vehicle Charging with the following considerations: – Prevent the use from becoming concentrated within activated or residential areas. – Allow the use through the conditional use permit process. – Limit the use to General Commercial Services (CS) or less restrictive zoning districts.  Proposed use balances environmental benefits with land use considerations. 6 Electric Vehicle Charging Use Amend Subchapter A, Article 1 to define the new commercial use: Electric Vehicle Charging use is the use of a site for the charging of an electric vehicle (EV), including battery charging stations and rapid charging stations, each as defined by the United States Department of Energy. 7 Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Use  Permitted, conditional, or prohibited use depending on the following factors: – Existing and Previous Land Use – Zoning Districts – Roadway Types – Site Area and Location 8 EV Charging Use  Permitted use when the previous or existing land use is service station, if: – The base zoning district is commercial or industrial; and – The previous service station use was not converted to a residential or restaurant use.  The use is prohibited underground. 9 EV Charging Use - Zoning Districts  Permitted use if CS/less restrictive zoning district …

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Comprehensive Plan Joint CommitteeApril 10, 2024

Agenda original pdf

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REGULAR CALLED MEETING of the COMPREHENSIVE PLAN JOINT COMMITTEE April 10th, 2024 at 4:00pm PERMITTING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER, ROOM 2103 6310 WILHELMINA DELCO DR. AUSTIN, TEXAS Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation by telephone. To register to speak remotely, call or email Ann DeSanctis, 512-974-3102, ann.desanctis@austintexas.gov. ZONING AND PLATTING COMMISSION CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS/COMMISSIONERS: PLANNING COMMISSION Grayson Cox, Vice Chair Adam Haynes Alberta Phillips Ryan Johnson Hank Smith, Chair David Fouts Carrie Thompson AGENDA CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL APPROVAL OF MINUTES Approve the minutes of the COMPREHENSIVE PLAN JOINT COMMITTEE REGULAR CALLED MEETING on February 21, 2024. Staff briefing regarding ETOD amendments to Imagine Austin. 1. 2. STAFF BRIEFINGS DISCUSSION ITEMS DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS 3. Discussion and action to approve transmission of CIP Memo from the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee to the Planning Commission. The transmission of the memo of recommendations to the City Manager allows the Planning Commission to meet its Charter requirement to submit a list of capital improvements to the City Manager that implement the City’s Comprehensive Plan, Imagine Austin. Conduct officer elections for the Chair and Vice Chair. (include any other officers) 4. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days (48 hours) before the meeting date. Please call Ann DeSanctis at the Planning Department, at 512-974-3102, for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Comprehensive Plan Joint Commission, please contact Ann DeSanctis at 512-974-3102.

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Airport Advisory CommissionApril 10, 2024

Agenda original pdf

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REGULAR MEETING of the AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMISSION (AAC) April 10, 2024 3:00 PM 6310 WILHELMINA DELCO DR., ROOM 1405 AUSTIN, TEXAS 78752 Some members of the Commission may be participating via videoconference. Livestream of the meeting will be available at ATXN1 https://www.austintexas.gov/watch-atxn-live Audio of the meeting will be available as an alternative to attending in person. Please email Ammie Calderon at ammie.calderon@flyaustin.com by Noon of the day of the meeting for dial-in details. Public comment for general communication and for specific agenda items will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. In person registration is available for speakers who sign up at the meeting location prior to the meeting being called to order. Registration to speak remotely is available for speakers who have provided an email to Ammie Calderon at ammie.calderon@flyaustin.com, no later than Noon of the day before the meeting. CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS Chad Ennis Scott Madole Doyle Valdez Fang Fang Jeff Eller Wendy Price Todd, Chair Bakari Brock, Vice-Chair Patrick Rose, Secretary Raymond Young Jeremy Hendricks Jonathan Coon AGENDA CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL Public communication for items not on the agenda. The first 5 registered speakers will each be allowed a three minute allotment to address the Airport Advisory Commission on an item that is not posted on the agenda. Please see further instructions on registration above. Public communication for items included in the agenda as a Discussion/Action item. Registered speakers will each be allowed a three minute allotment to address the Airport Advisory 1 Commission on an item that is posted as a Discussion/Action item, but may not address the Airport Advisory Commission on an item posted as a Briefing. Please see further instructions on registration above. 1. Approve the minutes of the AAC regular meeting on March 13, 2024 APPROVAL OF MINUTES STAFF BRIEFINGS 2. February 2024 Financial Results presented by Rajeev Thomas, Chief Financial Officer 3. Air Service Update provided by Jamy Kazanoff, AUS Air Service Development 4. Journey with AUS (AUS AEDP/Capital Improvement Program) Active Projects Update provided by Lyn Estabrook, Deputy Chief Development Officer 5. Overview of Airport Community Open House event scheduled for April 27, 2024 presented by Kyle Carvell, Airport Relations Officer 6. Update on the appointment of Rajeev Thomas to the Austin-Bergstrom Landhost Enterprises, Inc. (ABLE) board of directors and amendments to ABLE articles of incorporation and bylaws provided by Tracy Thompson, Chief Officer of Business and External …

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Airport Advisory CommissionApril 10, 2024

Backup original pdf

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REGULAR MEETING of the AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMISSION (AAC) April 10, 2024 3:00 PM 6310 WILHELMINA DELCO DR., ROOM 1405 AUSTIN, TEXAS 78752 Some members of the Commission may be participating via videoconference. Livestream of the meeting will be available at ATXN1 https://www.austintexas.gov/watch-atxn-live Audio of the meeting will be available as an alternative to attending in person. Please email Ammie Calderon at ammie.calderon@flyaustin.com by Noon of the day of the meeting for dial-in details. Public comment for general communication and for specific agenda items will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. In person registration is available for speakers who sign up at the meeting location prior to the meeting being called to order. Registration to speak remotely is available for speakers who have provided an email to Ammie Calderon at ammie.calderon@flyaustin.com, no later than Noon of the day before the meeting. CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS Wendy Price Todd, Chair Bakari Brock, Vice-Chair Patrick Rose, Secretary Raymond Young Jeremy Hendricks Jonathan Coon Chad Ennis Scott Madole Doyle Valdez Fang Fang Jeff Eller AGENDA CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL Public communication for items not on the agenda. The first 5 registered speakers will each be allowed a three minute allotment to address the Airport Advisory Commission on an item that is not posted on the agenda. Please see further instructions on registration above. Public communication for items included in the agenda as a Discussion/Action item. Registered speakers will each be allowed a three minute allotment to address the Airport Advisory 1 1 Commission on an item that is posted as a Discussion/Action item, but may not address the Airport Advisory Commission on an item posted as a Briefing. Please see further instructions on registration above. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve the minutes of the AAC regular meeting on March 13, 2024 STAFF BRIEFINGS 2. February 2024 Financial Results presented by Rajeev Thomas, Chief Financial Officer 3. Air Service Update provided by Jamy Kazanoff, AUS Air Service Development 4. Journey with AUS (AUS AEDP/Capital Improvement Program) Active Projects Update provided by Lyn Estabrook, Deputy Chief Development Officer 5. Overview of Airport Community Open House event scheduled for April 27, 2024 presented by Kyle Carvell, Airport Relations Officer 6. Update on the appointment of Rajeev Thomas to the Austin-Bergstrom Landhost Enterprises, Inc. (ABLE) board of directors and amendments to ABLE articles of incorporation and bylaws provided by Tracy Thompson, Chief Officer of Business and …

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Airport Advisory CommissionApril 10, 2024

20240410-001 March Draft Minutes original pdf

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AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMISSION (AAC) REGULAR MEETING MINUTES March 13, 2024 The Airport Advisory Commission convened in a regular meeting on March 13, 2024 at 6310 Wilhelmina Delco Dr. Room 1405 Austin, Texas. Chair Wendy Todd called the regular meeting to order at 3:00 p.m. Commissioners in Attendance: Wendy Price Todd, Chair Jeff Eller Jeremy Hendricks Raymond Young Doyle Valdez Commissioners in Attendance Remotely: Bakari Brock Jonathan Coon Commissioners Absent: Patrick Rose Chad Ennis Fang Fang Scott Madole 1 APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve the minutes of the regular AAC meeting on February 14, 2024. A motion to approve was made by Commissioner Young; Commissioner Madole seconded. Motion passed on a 7-0-0-4 vote. Commissioners, Ennis, and Fang were absent at this vote. STAFF BRIEFINGS 2. January 2024 Financial Results presented by Rajeev Thomas, Chief Financial Officer Air Service Update provided by Jamy Kazanoff, AUS Air Service Development Journey with AUS (AUS AEDP/Capital Improvement Program) Active Projects Update provided by Lyn Estabrook, Deputy Chief Development Officer Fiscal Year 2024 Grant Plan Update presented by Rajeev Thomas, Chief Financial Officer 3. 4. 5. 6. AUS Wayfinding Update presented by Jennifer Williams, Planning and Design Management Officer 7. Update on Fixed Based Operations at AUS presented by John Gallo, Commercial Management Division Manager DISCUSSION/ACTION ITEMS 8. Authorize negotiation and execution of a contract for AirportIQ airport management platform software support, maintenance, and related services with GCR, Inc. d/b/a Tadera, for a term of five years in an amount not to exceed $1,600,000. [Note: Sole source contracts are exempt from the City Code Chapter 2-9B (Minority-Owned and WomenOwned Business Enterprise Procurement Program); therefore, no subcontracting goals were established]. 2 A motion to approve was made by Commissioner Hendricks; Commissioner Valdez seconded, Commissioner Madole abstained. Motion passed on a 7-0-1-3 vote. Commissioners Rose, Ennis, and Fang were absent at this vote. 9. Authorize negotiation and execution of a contract for landing fee management software with Passur Aerospace, Inc., for a term of five years in an amount not to exceed $650,000. [Note: Sole source contracts are exempt from the City Code Chapter 2-9B (Minority- Owned and WomenOwned Business Enterprise Procurement Program); therefore, no subcontracting goals were established]. A motion to approve was made by Commissioner Eller; Commissioner Hendricks seconded. Motion passed on an 8-0-0-3 vote. Commissioners Rose, Ennis, and Fang were absent at this vote. DISCUSSION ITEMS Discussion on the Airport Advisory Commission officer election process …

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Airport Advisory CommissionApril 10, 2024

20240410-002A Financial Memo original pdf

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MEMORANDUM TO: Airport Advisory Commissioners FROM: Rajeev Thomas, Chief Financial Officer, Aviation Department DATE: April 10, 2024 SUBJECT: Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) Update February 2024 Financial Results Passenger traffic totaled 1,464,979 in February 2024, an increase of 0.1% compared to February 2023. Average daily departures decreased from 245 in February 2023 to 223 in February 2024, a decrease of 22 daily departures or 8.9% resulting primarily from changes in service offered by air carriers. Table #1 FY 2024 February FY 2023 February Variance Fav (Unfav) FY 2024 YTD FY 2023 YTD Variance YTD Fav (Unfav) Enplanements Landing Weights Cargo Tonnage Operating Revenue Airport OPEX Total Requirements Net Income Before Federal Relief Federal Relief Reimbursement Net Income After Federal Relief 730,172 725,772 0.6% 4,347,885 4,270,682 932,784,917 988,129,188 (5.6%) 5,536,656,767 5,435,197,813 12,099 12,830 (5.7%) 61,285 63,150 1.8% 1.9% (3.0%) $23,238,463 $12,029,927 $18,816,308 $4,422,155 $0 $4,422,155 $19,702,322 $3,536,141 $126,319,371 $108,167,179 $18,152,193 $9,366,460 ($2,663,467) $59,977,581 $45,705,234 ($14,272,347) $15,275,790 ($3,540,518) $93,918,051 $75,260,362 ($18,657,688) $4,426,532 $4,147,256 $8,573,788 ($4,377) $32,401,321 $32,906,816 ($505,495) ($4,147,256) $0 $25,811,321 ($25,811,321) ($4,151,633) $32,401,321 $58,718,137 ($26,316,816) Table #1 illustrates February 2024’s enplanements totaled 730,172, an increase of 0.6% compared to February 2023. Landing weights totaled 933 million pounds in February 2024 representing a decrease of 5.6% compared to February 2023. Cargo volume totaled 12,099 tons in February 2024, a decrease of 5.7% compared to February 2023. The decline in cargo volume compared to the prior year is the result of declines in mail cargo and tonnage carried from major cargo carriers. February 2024 operating revenue totals $23.2M, an increase of 17.9% or $3.5M compared to February 2023. The increase in operating revenue primarily results from updated airline rates for FY24 and changes to the parking rate structure from prior year. February 2024 operating revenue is composed of 49.2% airline revenue, 49.1% non-airline revenue, and 1.7% interest income. Airport operating expenses totaled $12.0M for the month, an increase of 28.4% or $2.7M compared to February 2023. The increase in operating expenses results from higher personnel costs from increased headcount and wage adjustments, costs associated with APD and ARFF units, and contractual costs including parking services and baggage handling system maintenance. AUS reported a $4.4M surplus in February 2024, which aligns with the surplus (before federal relief funding) in February 2023. Fiscal Year 2024 Financial Results FY2024 Year to Date (YTD) Operating Revenue totals $126.3M compared to $108.2M in FY2023, a 16.8% increase. Airport Operating …

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Airport Advisory CommissionApril 10, 2024

20240410-002B Financial Report original pdf

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CITY OF AUSTIN AUSTIN-BERGSTROM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Airport Operating Fund 5070 Income Statement - For Internal Use Only Fiscal Year to Date for 5 Month(s) ended February 29, 2024 FY 2024 Budget Budget Seasonalized 5 month(s) Year to Date w/ Accruals Variance Fav (Unfav) % Variance Fav (Unfav) Y-T-D to Budget 0 10 REVENUE AIRLINE REVENUE Landing Fees Terminal Rental & Other Fees TOTAL AIRLINE REVENUE NON-AIRLINE REVENUE Parking Ground Transportation for Hire Rental Cars Food & Beverage Retail Advertising Other Concessions, Rentals & Fees TOTAL NON-AIRLINE REVENUE Interest Income TOTAL REVENUE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS Fac Mgmt, Ops and Airport Security Airport Planning and Development Support Services Business Services 2013 Prosperity Bank Loan 2014 Bond Issuance 2017 Bond Issuance 2019 Refunding Bonds 2019 New Money 2022 New Money TOTAL Net Debt Service OTHER REQUIREMENTS Workers' Compensation Citywide Administrative Support Communications & Technology Mgmt Accrued Payroll Additional Retirement Contribution Operating Reserve CTECC Trunked Radio Allocation Public Works Capital Projects Mgmt Fund Compensation Adjustment TOTAL OTHER REQUIREMENTS TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES Debt Service 1,037,934 115,334,610 1,964,038 126,319,371 926,104 10,984,762 47,227,041 91,892,750 139,119,791 67,567,206 8,940,600 20,911,887 16,357,880 6,920,612 4,906,850 21,992,777 147,597,812 2,491,042 289,208,645 85,141,445 8,161,976 46,218,424 14,238,156 153,760,001 5,414,978 7,077,844 10,034,715 14,366,313 17,724,531 12,016,000 66,634,383 619,900 6,654,530 2,154,703 202,049 3,773,716 4,670,043 527,737 457,471 1,268,713 16,359 20,345,221 19,830,495 39,294,167 59,124,662 25,519,684 3,035,708 8,186,543 6,038,900 2,447,404 1,894,055 8,049,719 55,172,013 31,626,959 2,860,775 16,294,749 5,425,097 56,207,580 2,255,616 2,949,102 4,181,131 5,992,002 7,384,802 2,807,944 25,570,597 258,292 2,772,721 897,793 84,187 1,451,429 1,945,851 219,890 190,613 528,630 0 8,349,407 21,232,039 38,625,759 59,857,798 28,884,575 4,315,223 8,914,651 7,986,112 2,661,368 2,229,551 9,506,056 64,497,535 35,534,680 2,467,571 15,160,821 6,814,510 59,977,581 2,255,616 2,949,102 4,181,131 5,992,002 7,384,802 2,807,944 25,570,597 258,292 2,772,721 897,793 84,187 1,451,429 1,966,317 219,890 190,613 528,630 0 8,369,872 (3,907,720) 393,204 1,133,928 (1,389,413) (3,770,001) (12.4%) 13.7% 7.0% (25.6%) (6.7%) 1,401,544 (668,408) 733,136 3,364,891 1,279,515 728,107 1,947,212 213,964 335,496 1,456,337 9,325,522 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (20,466) 0 0 0 0 (20,466) 7.1% (1.7%) 1.2% 13.2% 42.1% 8.9% 32.2% 8.7% 17.7% 18.1% 16.9% 89.2% 9.5% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% (1.1%) 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% N/A (0.2%) TOTAL REQUIREMENTS 240,739,605 90,127,584 93,918,051 (3,790,467) (4.2%) EXCESS (DEFICIT) OF TOTAL AVAILABLE FUNDS OVER TOTAL REQUIREMENTS Note: Columns may not add to totals shown because of rounding 48,469,040 25,207,026 32,401,321 7,194,295 28.5% CITY OF AUSTIN AUSTIN-BERGSTROM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT INCOME STATEMENT COMPARISON THIS YEAR VS. LAST YEAR This month - This Year vs. …

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Airport Advisory CommissionApril 10, 2024

20240410-003 Air Service Report original pdf

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April 2024 Air Service Snapshot AUS monthly seat comparisons, October ‘23 – July ‘24, compared to 2019 (pre-Covid) (chart one) and compared to previous year (chart two): Highlights of recent air service announcements/developments include: • Aeromexico upgauged MEX service from 99-seat E190 to 160-seat B737-800 eff. June 21 ’24 • Air Canada will resume service to YVR on May 1 ’24 & will start new service to YUL eff. May 3 ’24 • Alaska dropped seasonal BOI service; suspended SJC from Mar 14 – April 1 & disc. after April 11 • Allegiant new 2/Wk service to EUG starts May 31 ’24 • American summary of 2024 service pulldown: o Discontinued ABQ, BZN, CVG, CZM, EGE, ELP, IAD, JAX, MBJ, MCI, MEM, NAS, OKC, PUJ, RSW, SMF, TPA &TUL o LIR – last flight April 2; PVR – last flight April 3; RNO – will resume May 6 o Added Saturday only service to ECP and VPS for June 8 – August 3 o Will end ASE service this Summer on August 5 instead of September 3 o Added 3 roundtrips to AGS in April for the Masters and 2 roundtrips to SDF in May for the Kentucky Derby • Delta started BNA 3x MAF 3x & MFE 3x; also increased CVG 1x→2x & RDU 2x→3 same day; added AGS roundtrips on April 10 & 15 for the Masters golf tournament • Hawaiian added HNL 4th weekly flight for May 25 – Sept 2 • • KLM will use the 318-seat B787-10 for April 1 – June 1 instead of the 275-seat B787-9 (16% increase in JetBlue will discontinue FLL after April 30 seats) and the B777-200ER (288 seats) from June 3 – October 26 • Lufthansa brought back the B787-9 (294 seat) starting Jan. 15 ’24 and will increase service to 5/Wk on June 5 ’24 for the Summer season • Southwest Sat. only SJU service started Mar 9 ’24; loaded SDF flights on May 2 & 5 for Kentucky Derby • VivaAerobus started new MTY service eff. Mar. 22 ‘24 • WestJet will resume YYC service on Apr 28 ‘24 • April ‘24 v April ‘23 (down 8 destinations based on sample week schedule): o + destinations: AGS, OMA, PIT, PTY & SJU o – destinations: CZM, JAX, LIR, MBJ, MEM, NAS, PUJ, PVR, RNO, RSW, SDF, SRQ, VPS New AUS Nonstop Service for 2024 April 2024 v. …

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Airport Advisory CommissionApril 10, 2024

20240410-004 Journey w/ AUS original pdf

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Airport Expansion and Development Program (AEDP) Active Projects Update Airport Advisory Commission, April 2024 Lyn Estabrook – Deputy Chief Development Officer LEGEND • AEDP Airfield Infrastructure – Midfield Taxiways • AEDP Building Demolition (locations shown on slide) • Cargo Development East • West Gates Expansion / Gate 13 • Midfield Investigations & • Vehicle Checkpoints Existing Terminal Baggage Handling System Upgrades • AUS Fuel Facility Phase 2 (Tenant led, AUS Fuels Project) • Utility Infrastructure Campus-Wide UICW • Relocate Central Utility Plant AEDP Airfield Infrastructure - Midfield Taxiways AUS Project Lead – Ellen Brunjes-Brandt Project Manager – Samantha Pinto Project number – 13188.003 Description: Design and construct two parallel Midfield Taxiways with connectors and access to the maintenance ramp. The project includes bridges for vehicle access to the midfield, utility relocation, drainage improvements, demolition of existing pavements and infrastructure, new fencing, service roads and modifications to Emma Browning Rd. Other Notes: This project will provide connectivity between the east and west side of the airport when the existing midfield taxiways are removed to build a second concourse. Risk Mitigation Relocation of Austin Energy service line to South Terminal to enable bridge construction. Early submission of electrical service 9/22/23 PFAS Management and TCEQ coordination Coordination and Strategy ongoing Status: • 60% Design Complete – Construction Value with Precon Services $284.5 M Project Schedule: • Preconstruction Services: $1M • Design Package 1: $54.7 M • Design Package 2: $228.8 M • 90% Design Anticipated April 26, 2024 • Planned RCA launch for additional construction authority – July 2024 Envision Design Build Activate %DBE: Design: 17% Construction: 11.12% Delivery Methods: Design: RS&H Construction: Construction Manager At Risk (CMAR): Austin Bridge and Road Project Budget: Spent To Date: $6,970,854 Obligated: $9,423,176 Total Budget: $323,757,200 Midfield Investigations and Vehicle Checkpoints Champion Sponsor – Towanda Cordon Project Manager – Torrey Henson Project number – 6000.121 Description: This project will expand guard-shacks at two vehicle Checkpoints, Alpha and Charlie, to allow efficient and secure access to the Aircraft Operations Area. The Midfield survey scope has been completed. Risk Mitigation Checkpoints A & C Design underway. The Aircraft Operations Area must remain secure. All activities remain operational during construction phase. Work with project teams and stakeholders, and tenants prior to construction beginning. Provide alternative routes to access the Aircraft Operations Area and increase security awareness to contractors during construction phase. Status: The design for both Checkpoints Alpha and …

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Airport Advisory CommissionApril 10, 2024

20240410-005 Open House Presentation original pdf

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Airport Open House Reunion Comunitaria del Aeropuerto Airport Advisory Commission April 10, 2024 Kyle Carvell Airport Relations Officer AUS Community Affairs Division Airport Open House – January 2023 Join Us!  “Come and Go” style  General airport info and displays  Journey with AUS improvement projects  Airport representatives to answer questions  Live music  Free food from AUS concessions  Family-friendly activates  Information about careers with AUS  Spanish interpretation  Survey and feedback opportunities  Mobile vaccine clinic  Summer camp registration information Outreach and Promotion Paid Media: Stakeholder and Community Outreach: • Community Impact Digital & Print Ads • Emailed invitations to database contacts • El Mundo Print Ads • KUT/KUTX Radio Ads • The Austin Monitor Digital Ads • The Austin Common social media Social Media Campaign: • Consistent posts on major platforms, including Instagram, Facebook, X, LinkedIn, NextDoor • Cross-promotion with City Council, City departments • Direct outreach to community groups and HOAs • Flyers posted in libraries, rec. centers, coffee shops, schools • Yard signs in adjacent neighborhoods Event Website + Eventbrite Page: austintexas.gov/Airport/OpenHouse Multiple rooms and spaces will feature opportunities for interaction and information-sharing Questions? Visit the project page for more details: austintexas.gov/airport/openhouse

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20240410-007A AD Hall RCA original pdf

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City of Austin Recommendation for Action File #: 24-4295, Agenda Item #: 30. 4/18/2024(cid:4) Posting Language Approve a resolution finding the use of the Construction Manager-at-Risk method of contracting, as authorized by F, Chapter 2269 of the Texas Government Code, is the project delivery method that provides the best value to the City for the Arrivals and Departures Hall project to allow for the future construction of Concourse B as part of the Airport Expansion and Development Program. [Note: MBE/WBE goals will be established prior to issuance of this solicitation]. Lead Department Financial Services Department. Managing Department Financial Services Department. Fiscal Note A Recommendation for Council Action with the not to exceed contract amount for the resultant contract will be presented to Council once the Construction Manager-at-Risk selection has been completed. Purchasing Language: This request is for Council to authorize the use of the Construction Manager-at-Risk method; therefore, no solicitation has yet been initiated. For More Information: Direct questions regarding this Recommendation for Council Action to the Financial Services Department - Central Procurement at: FSDCentralProcurementRCAs@austintexas.gov or 512-974-2500. Council Committee, Boards and Commission Action: April 10, 2024 - To be reviewed by the Airport Advisory Commission. Additional Backup Information: State Statute governs construction procurement for municipalities. The standard method of contracting used for construction services is competitive bidding where the contract is awarded to the lowest responsible bidder. Texas Government Code Chapter 2269 allows for methodologies alternate to low bidding method which may provide the best value to the municipality. These alternate methodologies include: Competitive Sealed Proposals, Construction Manager-at-Risk, Design-Build, and Job Order Contracting. Texas Local Government Code Section 252.022(d) allows the City to adopt and use an alternative method such as Construction Manager-at-Risk under Chapter 2269 of the Texas Government Code if such a method provides a better value for the City. Prior to entering into the Construction Phase, the City will establish Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Business Enterprise goals for construction. The Construction Manager-at-Risk firm will submit a Compliance Plan meeting the construction goals or documentation detailing their good faith effort(s) to meet the City of Austin Page 1 of 2 Printed on 3/28/2024 powered by Legistar™ (cid:5) (cid:6) File #: 24-4295, Agenda Item #: 30. 4/18/2024(cid:4) established goals. Additional subcontracting opportunities will also arise during the Construction Phase of this project; however, the specific scopes and magnitude of the construction work cannot be determined until design has been sufficiently …

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20240410-007B AD Hall Presentation original pdf

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A/D Hall

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20240410-008 FBO RCA original pdf

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City of Austin Recommendation for Action File #: 24-4294, Agenda Item #: 4/18/2024(cid:4) Posting Language Authorize negotiation and execution of an Amended and Restated Fixed Base Operator Lease and Development Agreement with Austin FBO, LLC, for approximately 40 acres of land at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, to modify and add to the leased premises, provide for the relocation of the water quality and water detention pond system, and add 10 years to the term, for an updated term length of 40 years from the date of beneficial occupancy. Lead Department Aviation Prior Council Action: November 19, 2009 - Council authorized negotiation and execution of a Fixed Base Operator Lease and Development Agreement with Austin FBO, LLC’s predecessor in interest, Advanced Services, Inc. d/b/a Jet Black Flight Service. For More Information: Inquiries should be directed to Tracy Thompson, Airport Chief Officer - Business & External Affairs at tracy.thompson@flyaustin.com. Council Committee, Boards and Commission Action: To be reviewed by the Austin Airport Advisory Commission on April 10, 2024. Additional Backup Information: On July 15, 2011, the City of Austin and Advanced Services, Inc., d/b/a Jet Black Flight Services executed a 30-year lease for the development and operation of a Fixed Base Operator (FBO) facility on approximately 40 acres of property at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. This original tenant filed for relief under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas. The bankruptcy court entered an order approving the assignment of the lease to Austin FBO, LLC. On September 19, 2014, the City amended the original lease and consented to the assignment of the lease to Austin FBO, LLC. The 30-year lease term began on November 1, 2016. The original lease allowed the development on two tracts, approximately 23 acres on Tract 1 and 17 acres on Tract 2 that constitutes approximately 40 acres of airport property. Austin FBO, LLC, completed development of Tract 1 in 2016. Tract 2 has not yet been developed. Austin FBO, LLC, has requested an amended and restated lease that includes the development of Tract 2 and provides an additional 10 years for the term of the lease. This new development on Tract 2 has an estimated cost of $50-55 million and will include the relocation and redevelopment of storm water ponds, the construction of additional aircraft apron area, the construction of three additional hangars and associated administrative space, …

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20240410-009 CUP Relocation Design Build RCA original pdf

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City of Austin Recommendation for Action File #: 24-4347, Agenda Item #: 31. 4/18/2024(cid:4) Posting Language Authorize negotiation and execution of a design-build contract for design and construction services for the Austin Bergstrom International Airport Central Utility Plant Relocation project with JE Dunn Construction Company, in an amount not to exceed $162,000,000. [Note: This contract will be awarded in compliance with 49 CFR Part 26 (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program and City Code Chapter 2-9A (Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program) by meeting the goals with 18.90% DBE participation]. Lead Department Financial Services Department. Managing Department Capital Delivery Services. Fiscal Note Funding is available in the 2023-2024 Fiscal Year Capital Budget of the Department of Aviation. Purchasing Language: The Financial Services Department issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQS) 6100 CLMA051 for these services. The solicitation was issued on November 20, 2023, and closed on January 12, 2024. Of the six (6) offers received, the recommended contractor submitted the best evaluated responsive offer. A complete solicitation package, including a log of offers received, is available for viewing on the City’s Financial Services website, Austin Finance Online. This information can currently be found at https://financeonline.austintexas.gov/afo/account_services/solicitation/solicitation_details.cfm?sid=139842. Prior Council Action: October 05, 2023 - Council approved on consent the Design-Build methodology, item 20, on a 9-0 vote. For More Information: Direct questions regarding this Recommendation for Council Action to the Financial Services Department - Central Procurement at: FSDCentralProcurementRCAs@austintexas.gov or 512-974-2500. Respondents to the solicitation and their Agents should direct all questions to the Authorized Contact Person identified in the solicitation. Council Committee, Boards and Commission Action: April 10, 2024 -Airport Advisory Commission. Additional Backup Information: This project is for a new, relocated, and expanded capacity Central Utility Plant facility that is needed to support the Airport Expansion Development Program (AEDP). This plant facility is important for future airport growth, efficiency, sustainability, risk, and cost reduction. City of Austin Page 1 of 2 Printed on 4/5/2024 powered by Legistar™ (cid:5) (cid:6) File #: 24-4347, Agenda Item #: 31. 4/18/2024(cid:4) The existing Austin Bergstrom International Airport plant has been in operation since 1997. It serves approximately 965,000 square feet of the Barbara Jordan Terminal with cooling and heating. The existing plant is not sized to serve the anticipated future loads of the AEDP facilities and equipment cannot be added to the existing building. The airport’s Central Utility Plant Relocation project will have the goal of designing, …

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20240410-010 SP+ Amendment RCA original pdf

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City of Austin Recommendation for Action File #: 24-4411, Agenda Item #: 5/2/2024(cid:4) Posting Language Authorize negotiation and execution of an amendment to a contract for continued parking operations management services for Austin-Bergstrom International Airport with SP Plus Corporation d/b/a SP+, to increase the amount by $25,000,000 and to extend the term by up to 37 months for a revised total contract amount not to exceed $115,639,880. [Note: This contract was awarded in compliance with City Code Chapter 2-9C (Minority-Owned and Women- Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program) with 2.11% MBE and 1.78% WBE participation]. Lead Department Financial Services Department. Client Department(s) Department of Aviation. Purchasing Language: Contract Amendment. Fiscal Note Funding in the amount of $5,885,417 is available in the Fiscal Year 2023-2024 Operating Budget of Aviation. Funding for the remaining contract term is contingent upon available funding in future budgets. Prior Council Action: June 16, 2016 - Council approved a contract for parking operations management services for the Austin- Bergstrom International Airport with SP Plus Corporation. For More Information: Direct questions regarding this Recommendation for Council Action to the Financial Services Department - Central Procurement at: FSDCentralProcurementRCAs@austintexas.gov or 512-974-2500. Council Committee, Boards and Commission Action: April 10, 2024 - To be reviewed by the Airport Advisory Commission. Additional Backup Information: The contract amendment will provide continued operations and management of the parking facilities and shuttle bus operations at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS). With this amendment, the contractor will continue to provide overall management of all parking operations at AUS. The contractor currently provides all personnel and services to manage AUS’ 24-hour complimentary shuttle bus transfer services in support of both the Barbara Jordan Terminal and South Terminal, and management of over 18,000 airport parking spaces. Additionally, the contractor maintains all assets necessary to support the parking operations, including City of Austin Page 1 of 2 Printed on 3/26/2024 powered by Legistar™ 1 (cid:5) (cid:6) File #: 24-4411, Agenda Item #: 5/2/2024(cid:4) a fleet of shuttle buses, personnel, marketing, and customer service initiatives promoting AUS’ parking products and services to increase market share and maximize revenue. The City reimburses the contractor for all authorized expenses associated with the management of parking and transportations services. It is essential to maintain the existing agreement to provide consistent and reliable services to align with the implementation and completion of various construction and facility optimization projects related to the Airport Expansion and Development Program …

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Tourism CommissionApril 10, 2024

Agenda original pdf

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1. REGULAR MEETING of the TOURISM COMMISSION BOARD April 10, 2024, at 2:30 pm City Hall Board & Commission Room 1101 301 W. Second St Austin, Texas 78701 Some members of the Tourism Commission Board may be participating by videoconference. The meeting may be viewed online at: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn-live Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation by telephone. To register to speak remotely, call or email Felicia Ojeda, 512.404.4022 or felicia.ojeda@austintexas.gov CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS/COMMISSIONERS: Daniel Ronan, Chair Aileen Bazan Mike Cannatti Stefani Mathis John Riedie Bishop Chappell Ed Bailey, Vice Chair Greg Chanon Rachel Magee Anna Panossian Christian Tschoepe AGENDA CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first 10 speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Approve the minutes of the Tourism Commission Board Regular Meeting on March 13, 2024. STAFF BRIEFINGS 2. DISCUSSION ITEMS Staff briefing from Staff Liaison, Felicia Ojeda, regarding city clerk’s response to amount of recommendations per board, importance of Officer Elections, deadline for training requirements, and upcoming schedule changes for upcoming meetings. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 6. 7. Presentation by Neil Maris, General Manager of the Hot Luck Festival regarding the collaboration with the community and restaurant industry and how they are impacting and creating initiatives for tourism. Presentation by Katie Dorflinger, Brand Partnerships and Festival Producer, of C3 Presents regarding the Austin Food & Wine Festival and how this event engages with practitioners in the culinary industry of Austin creating tourism impact and initiatives. Presentation by Madison Gessner, Executive Director of the Central-South Texas Region, Texas Restaurant Association, regarding food and beverage and the culinary industry in Austin to present about different aspects of the industry and importance it creates for tourism impact and initiatives. Presentation by Cara Bertron, Program Manager of the Planning Department regarding the Equity-Based Preservation Plan and requesting the Tourism Commission Boards feedback on their recommendation to city council. DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS Approve a recommendation regarding the funding for Red River Cultural District, and other similar organizations like Zilker Theatre …

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Austin Food & Wine Festival presentation original pdf

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November 1-3, 2024 Last year’s lineup! 2 DAYS • 6,000 FANS • 20+ CHEF DEMOS • 60+ FEATURED RESTAURANTS DEMOGRAPHICS GENDER 28% MALE 72% FEMALE AGE 22% 21-34 35% 35-44 24% 45-54 15% 55-64 4% 65+ ANNUAL INCOME 4% < $75K 20% $75K-$149K 31% $150K-$249K 20% $250K-$499K 10% $500K+ 15% Prefer not to answer EDUCATION 2% High School 55% College 43% Masters / PhD DIGITAL DATA 308,948 Unique Views 200,118 Sessions 1:11 (min:sec) Avg. Session duration 1.99 Pages per session 398,986 Total Page Views 2,378 Around the Park Page Views 5,905 Partner Page Views 38K+ FACEBOOK LIKES 21K+ TWITTER FOLLOWERS 39K+ INSTAGRAM FOLLOWERS MARKET SPREAD Local Austin Dallas Houston San Antonio Top States Texas Illinois Iowa California Oklahoma Missouri Kansas Source Data, Google Analytics 11/7/22 – 11/6/23 “There’s a fun, choose-your-own-adventure element to the festival that leads to varied experiences for different guests. Those inclined to catch a glimpse of the big-name chefs can spend some of their days in the seminar tents, while others simply opt to drink and graze on food samples for the day.” -EATER AUSTIN SIP & SAVOR Austin Food + Wine treats guests to culinary creations from Austin’s top restaurants, bites from nationally renowned pit masters and chefs, Master Sommelier-led wine tastings, cocktail classes and so much more. From Central Texas favorites to the country’s top-rated purveyors, awaken your palate with delectable bites! Create the perfect pair when you sip from a wide selection of spirits, wines, and brews among views of the extraordinary Austin skyline. SERVING GOOD VIBES Discover your new favorite cocktail or restaurant in our Grand Taste exhibition. If a smorgasbord of spirits and culinary exhibitors isn’t enough, we host more than 60 esteemed restaurants from across the state serving dishes that put them on the map. Chefs are hand-smoking and hand-serving feasts of the most mouthwatering eats you can imagine. DEMOS & SEMINARS In addition to sampling unique eats from the nation's top-rated talent, get some tips to earn that extra Michelin Star for your home kitchen with our Chef Demos! Then get bubbly at a Tasting Session and sample premier spirits, wines, and beers from across the globe while learning the distillation processes behind them. FIRE PIT Our Fire Pit features bites hot off the flames and the chance to interact with pitmasters and chefs cooking over live fire. Enjoy exceptional BBQ and other dishes cooked over open flame and …

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Tourism CommissionApril 10, 2024

Equity-Based Preservation Plan presentation original pdf

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TOURISM COMMISSION | APRIL 10, 2024 Austin History Center (C05767, PICA 24201, PICA 29995); Chen Chen Wu; City of Austin Plan Vision Historic preservation in Austin actively engages communities in protecting and sharing important places and stories. Preservation uses the past to create a shared sense of belonging and to shape an equitable, inclusive, sustainable, and economically vital future for all.​ Joe’s Bakery, anonymous, Amy Moreland/ Austin’s Atlas Community-Based Process Historic Landmark Commission Michelle Benavides Ursula A. Carter Linda Y. Jackson Brenda Malik Emily Payne Gilbert Rivera 1 Brita Wallace* 1 Justin Bragiel 2 Mary Jo Galindo* Meghan King* Alyson McGee 1 Rocio Peña-Martinez* JuanRaymon Rubio 2 Bob Ward 1 Noel Bridges Jerry Garcia 1 Jolene Kiolbassa 1 Debra Murphy 2 Misael Ramos* Maria Solis* 1 Caroline Wright 1 *Drafting Committee member 1 Phase 1 only 2 Phase 2 only Julia Brookins* Ben Goudy 2 Kevin Koch Robin Orlowski 2 Mary Reed* 1 Erin Waelder Amalia Carmona 2 Hanna Huang* 1 Kelechi Madubuko Leslie Ornelas 1 Lori Renteria 1 Equity-Based Preservation Plan REVIEWING THE DRAFT Neal Douglass, Oct. 1949, ND-49-346-02, Austin History Center, Austin Public Library. Draft Plan Goals 1. Tell Austin’s full history 9. Proactively identify important places 2. Recognize cultural heritage 10. Follow good designation practices 3. Preserve archaeological resources 11. Support stewardship of community 4. Stabilize communities assets 5. Support environmental sustainability 12. Be strategic with review 6. Engage communities equitably 13. Protect historic resources 7. Support people doing the work 14. Implement the plan collaboratively 8. Engage new partners What We Preserve Parade and mural unveiling (The Austin Chronicle), San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation Think broadly. • Recognize Austin’s rich and complex history through active listening, inclusive research, and interpretation • Better recognize and protect legacy businesses, murals, and archaeological resources • Use preservation tools to support community stabilization and environmental sustainability Who Preserves Invite and support. • Help people access knowledge, resources, and decision-making power • Streamline and explain historic review and designation processes • Support craftspeople, commissioners, and staff • Engage new partners and audiences San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation, Bertha Rendon Delgado, Austin Asian American Film Festival How We Preserve Be strategic and effective. • Update designation criteria to reflect modern standards • Support the stewards of Austin’s historic properties • Be strategic with review • Improve enforcement processes • Implement the plan collaboratively Especially Relevant Recommendations • Create a cultural …

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