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Agenda original pdf

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Versión en español a continuación. Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission September 18, 2020 Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission Meeting to be held September 18, 2020 with Social Distancing Modifications Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers must register in advance (September 17, 2020 by noon). All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak remotely at the September 18, 2020 Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission Meeting, residents must: •Call or email the board liaison at Joshua Robinson at 512-974-9006 no later than noon, (September 17, 2020). The information required is the speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, and a telephone number or email address. •Once a request to speak has been called in or emailed to the board liaison, residents will receive either an email or phone call providing the telephone number to call on the day of the scheduled meeting. •Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. •Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. •Handouts or other information may be emailed to joshua.robinson@austintexas.gov by Noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. •If this meeting is broadcast live, residents may watch the meeting here: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch- atxn-live Reunión del Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission FECHA de la reunion (September 18, 2020) La junta se llevará con modificaciones de distanciamiento social Se permitirán comentarios públicos por teléfono; no se permitirá ninguna entrada en persona. Todos los oradores deben registrarse con anticipación (September 17, 2020 antes del mediodía). Todos los comentarios públicos se producirán al comienzo de la reunión. Para hablar de forma remota en la reunión, los residentes deben: • Llame o envíe un correo electrónico al enlace de la junta en Joshua Robinson at 512-974-9006 a más tardar al mediodía (el día antes de la reunión). La información requerida es el nombre del orador, los números de artículo sobre los que desean hablar, si están a favor / en contra / neutrales, y un número de teléfono o dirección de correo electrónico. • Una vez que se haya llamado o enviado por …

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Sept. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 3c_State Legislative Update original pdf

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87TH STATE LEGISLATIVE AGENDA Intergovernmental Relations Office – Brie L. Franco, Officer TEXAS LEGISLATURE INCREASINGLY FOCUSED ON CITIES Total Bills Introduced Total Bills Passed City-Related bills introduced City-Related bills passed Year 76th-1999 77th-2001 78th-2003 79th-2005 80th-2007 81st-2009 82nd-2011 83rd-2013 84th-2015 85th – 2017 5,813 5,612 5,633 5,512 6,241 7,464 5,938 5,950 6,476 6,800 1,622 1,601 1,384 1,389 1,481 1,459 1,379 1,437 1,329 1,208 1,230+ 1,200+ 1,200+ 1,200+ 1,200+ 1,500+ 1,500+ 1,900+ 1,900+ 2,500+ 86th – 2019 7,324 1,429 2,300+ 130+ 150+ 110+ 105+ 120+ 120+ 160+ 220+ 220+ 294 338 • 54 % more City- related bills were passed between 2015 and 2019 • 182 % more City – related bills were passed between 2009 and 2019 9/17/2020 87th Legislative Agenda 2 LEGISLATIVE SESSION: IGRO ROLE In the 86th session • 3,970 Bills/JR’s were filed in last 10 business days before filing deadline, March 8th. (54%). • 7,324 bills read and analyzed by IGRO. • Over 2,500 bills were determined by IGRO to affect cities. • 1,296 Bills/JR’s required analysis/action by departments and IGRO. 9/17/2020 87th Legislative Agenda 3 TREND: ANTI-CITY TONE: GOVERNOR ABBOTT "As opposed to the state having to take multiple rifle- shot approaches at overriding local regulations, I think a broad-based law by the state of Texas that says across the board, the state is going to pre-empt local regulations, is a superior approach“ * – Governor Greg Abbott, March 21, 2017 *Source: “Abbott wants "broad-based law" that pre-empts local regulations” Texas Tribune, March 21, 2017 Governor Greg Abbott in 2017 9/17/2020 87th Legislative Agenda 4 TREND: ANTI-CITY LEGISLATION: POST 85TH SPECIAL SESSION "Our cities are still controlled by Democrats…And where do we have all our problems in America? Not at the state level run by Republicans, but in our cities that are mostly controlled by Democrat mayors and Democrat city council men and women. That's where you see liberal policies. That's where you see high taxes. That's where you see street crime." * -Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, 2017 *Source: “Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick blames city governments for "all our problems in America" Texas Tribune, AUG. 4, 2017 9/17/2020 87th Legislative Agenda 5 Lt Governor Dan Patrick in 2016. Photo by Gage Skidmore. TREND: ANTI-CITY TONE: POST 86TH SESSION “Any mayor, county judge that was dumb ass enough to come meet with me, I told them with great clarity, my goal is for this to be the …

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Sept. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 1_Draft Minutes August 17, 2020 original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION (AAQOLAC) REGULAR MEETING MINUTES OF MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 2020 The AAQOLAC convened in a regular meeting on Monday, August 17, 2020 Chair Yoshida called the Commission Meeting to order at 1:07 p.m. Commission Members in Attendance: Vince Cobalis, Sarah Chen, Kuo Yang, Kirk Yoshida, Nguyen Stanton, Hanna Huang, Ketan Patel, Shubhada Saxena, Debasree DasGupta, and Pooja Sethi Staff in Attendance: Rey Arellano, Assistant City Manager Corrie Stokes, City Auditor Zach Baumer, Climate Protection Manager (Office of Sustainability) Laura LaFuente, Program Manager (Austin Public Health) Celine Rendon, Community Engagement Specialist (Office of Sustainability) Joshua Robinson, Commissions Liaison (Equity Office) CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: N/A 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES The Commission moved to approve minutes from AAQOLAC meeting on April 10, 2020, May 20, 2020 and June 22, 2020 with minor edit. Commissioner Cobalis made the motion. Commissioner Chen seconded. Vote was 10-0. 2. OLD BUSINESS a. Workgroup Reports: 1. Asian American Resource Center (AARC) Workgroup: No update provided. 2. Health and Community Engagement Workgroup: No update provided. 3. Arts and Culture Workgroup: No update provided 4. Business Planning Workgroup: No update provided b. Update on the July 24 Joint Inclusion Committee Meeting (Commissioner Stanton) c. Follow-up Items: 1. Update on AARC Masterplan: No update provided 2. Update on the Asian American Recourse Center Bridge: No update provided 3. Results from prior Mini-Grant awards: No update provided 4. Current status of City Budget process and COVID-19 impact: No update provided 3. STAFF BRIEFING a. Office of Sustainability Presentation on the Austin Community Climate Plan (Celine Rendon) - Climate Protection Manager Zach Baumer and Community Engagement Specialist Celine Rendon provided an update on the Austin Community Climate Plan. Budget Recommendations. b. Austin Public Health FY 2020 Budget Recommendations Update & Overview of the Social Services Audit (Adrienne Sturrup) - Program Manager Laura LaFuente provided a status update on the FY20 c. Office of the City Auditor Presentation on the Redistricting Commission – City Auditor Corrie Stokes provided a presentation on the timeline for applying to be on the Redistricting Commission. 4. NEW BUSINESS a. Discussion and possible action on resolution in support of Austin Asian Impact and its data collection work, including assembling a directory of Asian American organizations and collection of social impact data – No action taken. Commissioners will collaborate on public safety initiatives in the Health and Community Engagement Workgroup. b. Information Sharing – No …

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Sept. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 1_Draft Minutes February 18, 2020 original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION (AAQOLAC) REGULAR MEETING MINUTES OF TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2020 The AAQOLAC convened in a regular meeting on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at City Hall in Austin, Texas. Chair Vince Cobalis called the Commission Meeting to order at 6:07 p.m. Commission Members in Attendance: Vince Cobalis, Sarah Chen, Peter Chao, Kuo Yang, Kirk Yoshida, Nguyen Stanton, Kavita Radhakrishnan, Hanna Huang, Molly Wang, and Pooja Sethi Staff in Attendance: Rey Arellano, Assistant City Manager Laura Esparza, Division Manager (Parks & Recreation) Cara Welch, Public Information Specialist (Communications & Public Information Office) Joshua Robinson, Commissions Liaison (Equity Office) Brandon Kroos, Business Process Specialist (Equity Office) CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: Lora Petty – Fiscal Year (FY) Budget 2020-21 Carmen Llanes Pulido – Land Development Code (LDC) 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: The Commission moved to approve minutes from AAQOLAC meeting on January 21, 2020. Commissioner Yoshida made the motion. Commissioner Chen seconded. Vote was 10-0. Commissioner Sethi was not present to vote. 2. OLD BUSINESS a. Workgroup Reports: 1. Asian American Resource Center (AARC) Workgroup: Commissioner Cobalis provided an update and referenced AARC Workgroup meeting notes. 2. Health and Community Engagement Workgroup: Commissioner Yoshida provided an update and referenced the Health and Community Engagement meeting notes. Commissioner Yoshida provided a summary over the Community Budget Forum that was held on Thursday, February 13, at the Asian American Resource Center.  Budget Community Engagement event: 3. Arts and Culture Workgroup: No update provided 4. Business Planning Workgroup: Commissioner Yoshida discussed how the workgroup will approach FY21 Budget Recommendations.  Budget timeline/process b. Joint Inclusion Committee (JIC): Commissioner Cobalis provided an update. JIC has expanded to include the Early Childhood Council within the committee. c. Follow-up Items: 1. Update on AARC Masterplan: Division Manager, Laura Esparza provided an update on the AARC Masterplan and the construction of the bridge. Esparza read a memo from Parks & Recreation Dept. (PARD) Director Kimberly McNeeley in response to the Commission response action on 1-21-2020. a. (PARD) response to Commission action on 1-21-2020: PARD Director Kimberly McNeeley provided a memo in response to the Commission action on 1-21-2020. b. Projected timeline c. Workgroup recommendations: Commissioners Cobalis and Yoshida elaborated on the AARC Workgroup recommendations to not have the construction of the bridge be funded through the bond funds, consistent with the Commission resolution passed in January. The commission will speak with the Watershed Protection Dept. for …

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Sept. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 1_Draft Minutes July 22, 2020 original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION (AAQOLAC) REGULAR MEETING MINUTES OF WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 2020 The AAQOLAC convened in a regular meeting on Wednesday, July 22, 2020 at via WebEx Chair Vince Cobalis called the Commission Meeting to order at 10:06 p.m. Commission Members in Attendance: Vince Cobalis, Sarah Chen, Peter Chao, Kirk Yoshida, Nguyen Stanton, Shubhada Saxena, DasGupta, and Sethi Staff in Attendance: Rey Arellano, Assistant City Manager Joshua Robinson, Commissions Liaison (Equity Office) Maya Guevara, Community Engagement Specialist (Office of Police Oversight) CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: N/A 1. OLD BUSINESS a. Workgroup Reports: 1. Asian American Resource Center (AARC) Workgroup: No update provided. 2. Health and Community Engagement Workgroup: No update provided. 3. Arts and Culture Workgroup: See workgroup meeting notes in backup documents. 4. Business Planning Workgroup: No update provided.  Budget timeline/process  Annual Internal Review b. Update on the June 22 Joint Inclusion Committee meeting (Commissioner Stanton): No update provided. 1. Update on AARC Masterplan: No update provided. 2. Update on the Asian American Recourse Center Bridge 3. Results from prior Mini-Grant awards (due 7/22/20) – Reference backup documents. 4. NAAO – AAPI COVID-19 response (American Stateman 7/12/20) – Reference backup c. Follow-up Items: documents. 2. STAFF BRIEFING a. Overview of 2021 City Budget (Rey Arellano, Assistant City Manager) – Assistant City Manager Rey Arellano provided an update and answered questions over 2021 City Budget. b. Office of Police Oversight reports (Maya Guevara – Office of Police Oversight) - Community Engagement Specialist Maya Guevara provided a presentation and an update on the following items: 1. Analysis of Austin Police Department’s Racial Profiling Data joint report 2. 2018 Officer Involved Shooting report 3. Update on the new Community Police Review Commission 3. NEW BUSINESS a. Review and possible action on the Annual Internal Review Report, for submission to the City Clerk by Commission Chair. The commission voted to approve the Annual Internal Review Report. b. Support the UT School of Nursing application to boost community immunity through a culturally focused self-management support program to manage chronic diseases. Commissioner Chen moved to approve the recommendation. Seconded by Commissioner Yoshida. Vote was 8-0 c. Authorize the Discussion and possible action on the election of officers to the Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission. - The commission voted to elect Kirk Yoshida as Chair and Sarah Chen as Vice Chair of the Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission. …

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Sept. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 3a_ Analysis of the Austin Police Department's Racial Profiling Data original pdf

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Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission September 18, 2020 Website: ATXPoliceOversight.org Phone: (512) 972-2OPO or (512) 972-2676 ATXPoliceOversight ATX_OPO Joint Report: Analysis of APD’s Racial Profiling Data Report Overview • Joint report between the Office of Police Oversight, The Office of Innovation, and the Equity Office released to the public on January 20th, 2020 • The report examines APD motor vehicle stop data from 2015-2018, looking closely at the race and ethnicities of people pulled over • Data Sources • The data categorizing race and ethnicity was taken from Austin Police Department. • Austin's population data in this report is from the 2010 census. The proportions are based on comparing the APD data to the population data for proportionality. Key Findings In 2018 • Black/African American individuals were overrepresented in motor vehicle stops by 7%, as well as searches, citations, and arrests by 17%, 5%, and 17%, respectively. • Hispanic/ Latino individuals were overrepresented in motor vehicle stop by 2%, as well as searches, citations, and arrests by 13%, 5%, and 12%, respectively. • White individuals were underrepresented in motor vehicle stops by 7%as well as searches, citations, and arrests by 24%, 8%, and 23%, respectively. • Asian individuals were underrepresented in motor vehicle stops by 2%. as well as searches, citations, and arrests by 5%, 3%, and 6%, respectively. Key Findings • Black/African American individuals were the most overrepresented of any demographic and were the only racial group to receive more high discretion searches than low • Commuting habits cannot explain the disproportional representation of Black/African Americans in motor vehicle stops. • Commuting habits are similar across race • A majority of arrests occurred in East Austin, while a majority of warnings and field observations occurred in the West part of Austin Key Findings • Racial disparity in stops, searches, citations, arrests, of Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino people has worsened from 2015-2018. Looking Forward The report outlines a list of recommendations for APD where disparities exist: • A call for APD to acknowledge the existence and worsening of racial disparities in Austin • Acknowledge • Accountability • Eliminate racial disparities by 2023 • • Racial equity training for all staff Implicit bias testing in hiring of APD • Community Feedback and Impact • Community Conversation Series A Community Conversation: Race & Policing in Austin Racial Profiling Report: Community Forum Context • 56 community members, 20 city staff, and …

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Sept. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 3b_Austin Public Health FY 2021 Budget original pdf

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FY21 Budget Update Asian American Quality of Life Commission CHRIS RILEY A P H F I N A N CIA L M A N AGER Agenda  Budget Overview  APH Divisions  Where We Invest  New Investments in FY21 FY21 Budget Overview •Total Budget of $153,993,803 •General Fund Budget of $103,014,803 •Grants Budget of $50,979,000 APH Divisions Administration: Accounting, Budget and Analysis, Information Systems, Human Resources, Records Management, Facilities, Public Information and 1115 Medicaid Waiver Community Services: Neighborhood Services, Family Health, Day Labor and WIC Disease Prevention and Health Promotion: Chronic Disease, Injury Prevention, Communicable Disease and Immunizations Environmental Health Services: Inspection Services, Environmental Rodent Control, One Stop Shop Epidemiology and Public Health Preparedness: Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance, Public Health Preparedness and Vital Records Health Equity and Community Engagement: Contract Management, Social Service Policy, Planning and Evaluation, HIV Resources Administration and Health Equity Homeless Services Division (NEW in FY21): City-wide homelessness policy support, Crisis Intervention, Adult Immunizations Office of Director: Accreditation and Intergovernmental affairs Transfers and Other Requirements 11% Community Services 5% Disease Prevention and Health Promotion 7% Where we Invest APH Divisions and Programs Administration 10% Environmental Health Services 6% Epidemiology and Public Health Preparedness 3% Health Equity and Community Engagement 7% Homeless Services 1% Social Services Contracts 50% Social Services Contracts Contract Focus Areas Workforce Development, $3,309,888 Behavioral Health, $7,297,528 Health Equity, $2,883,878 Administration & Planning, $550,058 Basic Needs, $10,321,305 Child & Youth Services, $8,999,688 HIV Services, $645,191 Homeless Services, $17,371,130 New Operating Budget Investments •Additional funding for Bergstrom Tech Childcare facility •Online payment and application module for Digital Health Dept System •Increase in funding and staffing for Epidemiology •Office of Violence Prevention •Early Childhood Program Coordinator • Supporting Commissions: African American Quality of Life Comm, Hispanic/Latino Quality of Life Commission, Early Childhood Commission New Social Services Contract Investments •Re-imaginging Police: Funding for Immigrant Services, Mental Health and Family Violence Prevention - $1.1M • Supporting Commissions: African American Quality of Life Comm, Asian American Quality of Life Comm, Commission on Immigrant Affairs, Hispanic/Latino Quality of Life Commission •Family Violence Shelter and Protection - $2.1M ($100K one-time) •Permanent Supportive Housing & Services - $6.5M • Supporting Commission: African American Quality of Life Comm New Social Services Contract Investments •Substance Use Continuum of Care - $1M ($350K one-time) •Food Access - $400K ($150K one-time) • Supporting Commission: Commission on Seniors •Equitable Access to Abortion - $100K (one-time) •Increased …

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Sept. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 3d_ Reimagining Public Safety Task Force original pdf

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FY2020-21 Reimagining Public Safety Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission September 18, 2020 Summary Category APD Budget Reductions/Reinvestments Amount $31.5 million APD Units transferred to Reimagine Safety Fund $45.1 million APD units transferred to Decouple Fund $76.6 million Total $153.2 million AAQOL Advisory Commission Update 1 APD Budget Reductions/Reinvestments: $31.5 million Immediate reductions/reallocations • Cancel 3 cadet classes • Reduction in 80+ vacant positions • Reduce overtime • Fund public safety radio replacements through contractual obligations • Reduce specialized fleet modifications and reduce cell phone budget • Transfer of Special Events civilian staff to DSD • Transfer of APD PIO positions to newly created public safety communications program in Communications and Public Information Office • License Plate Readers • Mounted Patrol Civilian Vacancies • Delayed scheduled replacement • Partially fund Records of duty weapons Management AAQOL Advisory Commission Update 2 APD Budget Reductions/Reinvestments: $31.5 million (cont’d) Reinvestments • Permanent Supportive Housing • EMS and APH COVID resources • Family Violence Shelter • Office of Violence Prevention • Mental health Responders and CHPs • Increased resources for Equity Office, Office of Police Oversight and new Civil Rights Office • Substance Abuse resources • Food Access • Abortion Access • Family Support and Re-Entry programs • Mental Health resources for HOST • Workforce programs • Increased resources for APH mental health services, family violence programs, and immigrant legal services • Targeted training for trauma-informed response, unconscious bias, and racial and cultural sensitivity, as well as training to safely administer Naloxone to someone experiencing a drug overdose • Expansion of the Integral Care-EMCOT • Early Childhood Program Coordinator • Mobility Services Officer Study • Equity in Policing Technology resource • Juneteenth Holiday AAQOL Advisory Commission Update 3 APD Units transferred to Reimagine Safety Fund: $45.1 million • Austin Regional Intelligence Center • Wrecker • DWI Enforcement • Explorers • Highway Enforcement • Interdiction K9 • Lake Patrol • Learned Skills Unit • Motors • Mounted Patrol • Nuisance Abatement • Overtime • Park Police • Recruiting • Traffic • Training AAQOL Advisory Commission Update 4 APD units transferred to Decouple Fund: $76.6 million • Booking Services • Business Technology • Central Equip & Supply Inventory • Chemistry • Communications Dispatch Center Emergency 9-1-1 • Crime Analysis • Crime Records/Fingerprints Planning • Crime Scene • DNA • Evidence Control • Facilities • Financial Management Fleet/Equip Vehicle/Supply Internal Affairs • Forensic Services • • …

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Sept. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 4a_AARAC Resolutions original pdf

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Recommendation: Block 16 and Block 18 African American Cultural Space Recommendation BOARD/COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION African American Resource Advisory Commission WHEREAS, the African American Resource Advisory Commission (the “Commission”) is authorized by Austin City Codes: 2-1-101 to advise the City Council on issues related to the quality of life for the City’s African American community; and WHEREAS, the Commission is specifically authorized to recommend programs designed to alleviate any inequities that may confront African Americans in social, economic, and vocational pursuits, including (1) health care; (2) housing, including affordable housing, home ownership, and homelessness; (3) entertainment opportunities for professionals and students; (4) employment; (5) cultural venues, including museums, theaters, art galleries, and music venues; and (6) Public Safety; and WHEREAS, the African American Resource Advisory Commission supports the African American Cultural Heritage District Investment Initiative to WHEREAS, on October 27, 2005 the City Council approved the African American Quality of Life Initiative; and WHEREAS, under the Arts, Culture, and Entertainment Recommendation from the African American Quality of Life Initiative, a need for an African American Cultural Heritage District was recognized to enhance the quality of life for African Americans; and WHEREAS, City staff has worked closely with numerous Cultural Arts organizations within the City to determine this area meets the District's criteria; and WHEREAS, the City of Austin has detailed Strategic Direction 2023 to “strive to create a complete community where every Austinite has choices at every stage of life that allow us to experience and contribute to all of the following outcomes: Economic Opportunities, Mobility, Safety, Health and Environment, Culture and Life-long learning, and Government that Works for All of Us”; and WHEREAS, City Council adoption of the 1928 Master Plan required African Americans to relocate to the “Negro District” in order to receive basic City services, this plan strategically and systematically, along with additional ordinances were adopted to ensure full compliance with the segregated 1928 Master Plan, and the lives of African Americans have been severely impacted socially and economically by years of intentional and systemic racism due to the implementation of the 1928 Master Plan; and WHEREAS, In support of Resolution No. 20180215-082 we also ask the City Manager to, among other things, analyze and provide next steps for collaboration and support of an “Austin Cultural Trust” that could create spaces that support artists and arts organizations, preserve historic and iconic cultural buildings and spaces for creative and cultural …

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Sept. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 4a_AARAC Resolutions original pdf

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BOARD/COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION African American Resource Advisory Commission Recommendation: Black Quality of Life Declaration - September 2020 WHEREAS, the African American Resource Advisory Commission (the “Commission”) is authorized by Austin City Codes: 2-1-101 to advise the City Council on issues related to the quality of life for the City’s African American community; and WHEREAS, the Commission is specifically authorized to recommend programs designed to alleviate any inequities that may confront African Americans in social, economic, and vocational pursuits, including (1) health care; (2) housing, including affordable housing, home ownership, and homelessness; (3) entertainment opportunities for professionals and students; (4) employment; (5) cultural venues, including museums, theaters, art galleries, and music venues; and (6) Public Safety; and WHEREAS, on October 27, 2005 the City Council approved the African American Quality of Life Initiative; and WHEREAS, under the Arts, Culture, and Entertainment Recommendation from the African American Quality of Life Initiative, a need for an African American Cultural Heritage District was recognized to enhance the quality of life for African Americans; and WHEREAS, City staff has worked closely with numerous Cultural Arts organizations within the City to determine this area meets the District's criteria; and WHEREAS, the City of Austin has detailed Strategic Direction 2023 to “strive to create a complete community where every Austinite has choices at every stage of life that allow us to experience and contribute to all of the following outcomes: Economic Opportunities, Mobility, Safety, Health and Environment, Culture and Life-long learning, and Government that Works for All of Us”; and WHEREAS, City Council adoption of the 1928 Master Plan required African Americans to relocate to the “Negro District” in order to receive basic City services, this plan strategically and systematically, along with additional ordinances were adopted to ensure full compliance with the segregated 1928 Master Plan, and the lives of African Americans have been severely impacted socially and economically by years of intentional and systemic racism due to the implementation of the 1928 Master Plan; and WHEREAS, March 2017, the Mayor’s Task Force issued a report on Institutional Racism and Systemic Inequities that is inclusive of a list of recommendations aimed at the dismantling of institutional racism and systemic inequities in the City of Austin and the Austin region; and WHEREAS, In support of Resolution No. 20180215-082 we also ask the City Manager to, among other things, analyze and provide next steps for collaboration and support of an …

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Sept. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 4a_AARAC Resolutions original pdf

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BOARD/COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION African American Resource Advisory Commission Recommendation: Black Arts and Cultural District Recommendation WHEREAS, the African American Resource Advisory Commission (the “Commission”) is authorized by Austin City Codes: 2-1-101 to advise the City Council on issues related to the quality of life for the City’s African American community; and WHEREAS, the Commission is specifically authorized to recommend programs designed to alleviate any inequities that may confront African Americans in social, economic, and vocational pursuits, including (1) health care; (2) housing, including affordable housing, home ownership, and homelessness; (3) entertainment opportunities for professionals and students; (4) employment; (5) cultural venues, including museums, theaters, art galleries, and music venues; and (6) Public Safety; and WHEREAS, on October 27, 2005 the City Council approved the African American Quality of Life Initiative; and WHEREAS, under the Arts, Culture, and Entertainment Recommendation from the African American Quality of Life Initiative, a need for an African American Cultural Heritage District (AACHD) was recognized to enhance the quality of life for African Americans; and WHEREAS, African American historic landmarks represent only 47 of the 629 historical landmarks in the City of Austin and City staff have worked closely with numerous Cultural Arts organizations within the city to determine the African American Cultural Heritage District meets the City of Austin's criteria; and WHEREAS, the City of Austin has detailed Strategic Direction 2023 to “strive to create a complete community where every Austinite has choices at every stage of life that allow us to experience and contribute to all of the following outcomes: Economic Opportunities, Mobility, Safety, Health and Environment, Culture and Life-long learning, and Government that Works for All of Us”; and WHEREAS, March 2017, the Mayor’s Task Force issued a report on Institutional Racism and Systemic Inequities that is inclusive of a list of recommendations aimed at the dismantling of institutional racism and systemic inequities in the City of Austin and the Austin region; and WHEREAS, African Americans account for 8% of the population in Travis County, 13% of African Americans live below the poverty line, 34% of the homeless population are African Americans and 25% of those serving sentences in Travis County Jail are African American men and women. In addition, 34% of children in low income homes do not receive any learning support services while African American children make up 90% of children in low income homes and over 95% of brain development occurring …

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Sept. 18, 2020

Agenda Item 2a1_AARC Workgroup Meeting Notes original pdf

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AARC Workgroup meeting for the AAQoL Thursday, September 10, 12:00-1:00pm In attendance: Sona Shah, Schiller Liao, Kirk Yoshida, Vince Cobalis, Debasree DasGupta. Discussion on the AARC Phase 11 Master plan: Community has shown preference for an indoor auditorium although more engagement might be necessary. Schiller Liao is looking at a possible funding from an $12M ACGA (Asian Creatives for Greater Austin) bond, since Phase ll does have plans for music- studios etc. Group, with help from Councilman Flannigan, also considering feasibility of coordinating with the Rutherford Campus. Public funding for the center is usually in the form of pro-bono services rather than cash donations. Updates from the Center by Sona: The center is engaged in various virtual events such as: An API task force that is meeting weekly with APH staff on mental health and other issues. Art exhibits providing COVID-19 health and safety guidelines and hosted outdoors Musical on post Katrina New Orleans followed by live discussion with cast and crew The center is also considering hosting a drive-by flu shot availability on the grounds. It is engaged in civic engagement with the group MISSFITS Participating in the Census campaign An interpreter has been hired to help with the senior program in a regular basis The education specialist has resigned but there is no opportunity for hiring at the moment The center did get audited as not meeting full efficiency The AARC welcomes ideas from the Commission for continuing with their community engagement during the lockdown

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Aug. 17, 2020

Agenda original pdf

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Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission Meeting August 17, 2020 Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission Meeting to be held August 17, 2020 with Social Distancing Modifications Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers must register in advance (August 16, 2020 by Noon). All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak remotely at the August 17, 2020 Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission Meeting, residents must: •Call or email the board liaison at Joshua Robinson at 512-974-9006 no later than noon, August 16, 2020. The information required is the speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, and a telephone number or email address. •Once a request to speak has been called in or emailed to the board liaison, residents will receive either an email or phone call providing the telephone number to call on the day of the scheduled meeting. •Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. •Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. •Handouts or other information may be emailed to joshua.robinson@austintexas.gov by Noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. •If this meeting is broadcast live, residents may watch the meeting here: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch- atxn-live ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION Regular Meeting – August 17, 2020 1:00 P.M. – 2:30 P.M. VIA VIDEOCONFERENCING BOARD MEMBERS: Vince Cobalis, Pramod Patil, Pooja Sethi, Kirk Yoshida, Molly Wang, Peter Chao, Sarah Chen, Catherina Conte, Debasree DasGupta, Nguyen Stanton, Kavita Radhakrishnan, Ketan Patel, Shubhada Saxena, Kuo Yang, and Hanna Huang MEETING CALL TO ORDER: 1:00 p.m. 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Consider approval of minutes from the Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission (AAQOLAC) meetings on: a. April 10, 2020 b. May 20, 2020 c. June 22, 2020 d. July 22, 2020 2. OLD BUSINESS a. Workgroup Reports 1. AARC Workgroup 2. Health and Community Engagement Workgroup 3. Arts & Culture Workgroup 4. Human Resources Workgroup 5. Business Planning Workgroup c. Follow-up Items: 1. Update on AARC Masterplan 2. Equity Mini-Grant application scoring b. Update on the July 24 Joint Inclusion Committee meeting (Commissioner Stanton) 3. STAFF BRIEFING …

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Revised Agenda original pdf

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Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission Meeting August 17, 2020 Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission Meeting to be held August 17, 2020 with Social Distancing Modifications Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers must register in advance (August 16, 2020 by Noon). All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak remotely at the August 17, 2020 Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission Meeting, residents must: •Call or email the board liaison at Joshua Robinson at 512-974-9006 no later than noon, August 16, 2020. The information required is the speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, and a telephone number or email address. •Once a request to speak has been called in or emailed to the board liaison, residents will receive either an email or phone call providing the telephone number to call on the day of the scheduled meeting. •Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. •Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. •Handouts or other information may be emailed to joshua.robinson@austintexas.gov by Noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. •If this meeting is broadcast live, residents may watch the meeting here: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch- atxn-live ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION Regular Meeting – August 17, 2020 1:00 P.M. – 2:30 P.M. VIA VIDEOCONFERENCING BOARD MEMBERS: Vince Cobalis, Pramod Patil, Pooja Sethi, Kirk Yoshida, Molly Wang, Peter Chao, Sarah Chen, Catherina Conte, Debasree DasGupta, Nguyen Stanton, Kavita Radhakrishnan, Ketan Patel, Shubhada Saxena, Kuo Yang, and Hanna Huang MEETING CALL TO ORDER: 1:00 p.m. 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Consider approval of minutes from the Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission (AAQOLAC) meetings on: a. April 10, 2020 b. May 20, 2020 c. June 22, 2020 d. July 22, 2020 2. OLD BUSINESS a. Workgroup Reports 1. AARC Workgroup 2. Health and Community Engagement Workgroup 3. Arts & Culture Workgroup 4. Human Resources Workgroup 5. Business Planning Workgroup c. Follow-up Items: 1. Update on AARC Masterplan 2. Equity Mini-Grant application scoring b. Update on the July 24 Joint Inclusion Committee meeting (Commissioner Stanton) 3. STAFF BRIEFING …

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Agenda Item 1_Draft Minutes April 10, 2020 original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION (AAQOLAC) SPECIAL CALLED MEETING MINUTES OF FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 2020 The AAQOLAC convened in a regular meeting on Tuesday, FRIDAY, April 10, 2020 via WebEx Chair Vince Cobalis called the Commission Meeting to order at 1:10 p.m. COMMISSION MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE: Vince Cobalis, Sarah Chen, Kuo Yang, Kirk Yoshida, Shubhada Saxena, Kavita Radhakrishnan, Hanna Huang, Debasree DasGupta, Pramod Patil and Pooja Sethi STAFF IN ATTENDANCE: Rey Arellano, Assistant City Manager Joshua Robinson, Commissions Liaison (Equity Office) CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: Sanjna Malpani – Asian American Health Initiative Reshmi Chowdhury – Virtual Music Event 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: 2. OLD BUSINESS The Commission did not take up the minutes from the AAQOLAC meeting on February 18, 2020. a. Workgroup Reports: 1. Asian American Resource Center (AARC) Workgroup: See workgroup meeting notes in backup material 2. Health and Community Engagement Workgroup: No update provided. 3. Arts and Culture Workgroup: No update provided. 4. Business Planning Workgroup: No updated provided.  Budget timeline/process  Budget Recommendations b. Joint Inclusion Committee (JIC): No update provided. c. Follow-up Items: 1. Update on AARC Masterplan: No updated provided. 2. Update on AARC Bridge: No update provided. 3. Results from prior Mini-Grant awards and Update on upcoming Equity Mini-Grant application and timeline – Commission Liaison, Joshua Robinson provided an update. Listen to audio 4. Asian language access to proposed Land Development Code revisions – No action taken. 3. STAFF BRIEFING 4. NEW BUSINESS Status of the Immigrant Affairs position in the Equity Office – Commission Liaison, Joshua Robinson provided an update. Listen to audio. a. Discussion and possible action to provide a letter of support to utilize the Contract Management At Risk (CMAR) process for the next phase of Asian American Resource Center construction. (supported by the AARC Oversight Workgroup - Commissioner Cobalis moved that the commission will support the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) Project Delivery Method for the Asian American Resource Center (AARC) Master Plan Phase 2 Project. Commissioner Chen seconded. Vote was 11-0. b. Discussion and possible action to support the amendment to the Parks and Recreation Department contract with Meals on Wheels and More to provide meals for the Senior Program at the Asian American Resource Center (AARC). Supported by the AARC Oversight Workgroup and reviewed by the Commission in December 2019 – Commissioner DasGupta moved to support the amendment to the Parks and Recreation Department contract with …

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Agenda Item 1_Draft Minutes June 22, 2020 original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION (AAQOLAC) REGULAR MEETING MINUTES OF MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2020 The AAQOLAC convened in a regular meeting on Monday, June 22, 2020 at via WebEx Chair Vince Cobalis called the Commission Meeting to order at 10:06 p.m. Commission Members in Attendance: Vince Cobalis, Sarah Chen, Peter Chao, Kirk Yoshida, Nguyen Stanton, Kavita Radhakrishnan, Hanna Huang, Ketan Patel, Shubhada Saxena, and Pooja Sethi Staff in Attendance: Rey Arellano, Assistant City Manager Brion Oaks, Chief Equity Officer Diane Siler, Deputy Budget Officer Joshua Robinson, Commissions Liaison (Equity Office) Brandon Kroos, Business Process Specialist (Equity Office) CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: N/A 1. OLD BUSINESS a. Workgroup Reports: 1. Asian American Resource Center (AARC) Workgroup: See workgroup meeting notes in the backup materials. 2. Health and Community Engagement Workgroup: No updated provided 3. Arts and Culture Workgroup: See workgroup meeting notes in backup materials. 4. Business Planning Workgroup: No updated provided  Budget timeline/process c. Follow-up Items: 1. Update on AARC Masterplan: 2. Update on the Asian American Recourse Center Bridge 3. Results from prior Mini-Grant awards 4. Current status of City Budget process and COVID-19 impact 2. STAFF BRIEFING a. COVID-19 Funding framework (Rey Arellano -City Manager’s Office and Diane Siler -Budget Office) – Assistant City Manager, Rey Arellano and Deputy Budget Officer Diane Siler provided an update on funding the COVID-19 Funding Framework. b. Results from prior Mini-Grant awards and Update on upcoming Equity Mini-Grant application and timeline (Brion Oaks – Equity Office) – Chief Equity Officer, Brion Oaks and Business Process Specialist, Brandon Kroos provided an update on the Equity Mini-Grant process. 3. NEW BUSINESS a. Discussion and possible action on the election of officers to the Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission – Commissioner did not take action. b. Discussion and possible action on recommendations for the Austin Police Department – Commissioner Saxena moved to approve the recommendation. Commissioner Yoshida seconded. The vote was 8 - in Favor. 3 – Abstain. c. Network of Asian American organizations and Asian American Pacific Islander response to the COVID-19 Pandemic – Commission did not take action. and Telecommunications Commission) provided a presentation over the 2020 Census Asian d. Census 2020 initiative "Count Us In" – Commissioner Sumit DasGupta (Community Technology American Complete Count. e. Discussion and Possible action related to the FY 2021 Budget – Commissioner Yoshida moved to revise the FY2021 Budget Recommendations. Commissioner Chen seconded. Vote …

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Agenda Item 1_Draft Minutes May 20, 2020 original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION (AAQOLAC) REGULAR MEETING MINUTES OF WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2020 The AAQOLAC convened in a regular meeting on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 via Conference Call Chair Vince Cobalis called the Commission Meeting to order at 3:15 p.m. Commission Members in Attendance: Vince Cobalis, Sarah Chen, Kirk Yoshida, Nguyen Stanton, Kavita Radhakrishnan, Debasree DasGupta Shubhada Saxena, Ketan Patel, and Pooja Sethi Staff in Attendance: Rey Arellano, Assistant City Manager Bryan Manley, Chief of Police Richard Guajardo, Assistant Police Chief GuiMei Fung, Community Liaison (APD) Houmma Garba, Language Access Coordinator (CPIO) Joshua Robinson, Commissions Liaison (Equity Office) CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: N/A 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: 2. OLD BUSINESS The Commission did not take action on the February 18, 2020 and April 10, 2020 meeting minutes. a. Workgroup Reports: 1. Asian American Resource Center (AARC) Workgroup: No update provided. 2. Health and Community Engagement Workgroup: No update provided. 3. Arts and Culture Workgroup: Commissioner Patil provided an update on his meeting with the University of Texas Asian/Asian American Faculty and Staff Association. 4. Business Planning Workgroup: No update provided.  Budget timeline/process b. Joint Inclusion Committee (JIC): Commissioner Stanton provided an update on the 2021 Budget Recommendation. c. Follow-up Items: 1. Update on AARC Masterplan – Commission Cobalis provided an update. See memorandum from Director Kimberly McNeeley in backup materials. 2. Update on the AARC Bridge 3. Results from prior Mini-Grant awards – See backup document 4. Current status of City Budget process and COVID-19 impact – No updated provided. 3. STAFF BRIEFING a. Austin Police Department Safe Initiative b. The Austin Police Department system for providing language support when interacting with the community – Assistant Police Chief, Richard Guajardo, Community Liaison, GuiMei Fung and Language Access Coordinator, Houmma Garba provided a presentation over APD’s Language Access Support system. c. Overview of the “Tatum Report” and draft implementation plan – Assistant City Manager, Rey Arellano and Austin Police Chief, Brian Manley provided A presentation and overview of the Tatum Law Independent Investigation. 4. NEW BUSINESS a. Discussion and possible action to proclaim May 2020 as Asian American - Pacific Islander Cultural Heritage Month – Commissioner Chen moved to send proclamation to the Mayor Steve Adler’s Office. Commissioner Yoshida seconded. Vote was 9-0 b. Information Sharing – Commissioner Saxena and DasGupta provided information to share. 5. FUTURE AGENDA a. Analysis of Austin Police Department’s Racial Profiling Data joint report …

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Agenda Item 3a_ Austin Community Climate Plan original pdf

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2020 Aust in Climat e Equit y Plan August 2020 Thank you for having us ● We’ve been revising the Community Climate Plan ● First Draft Recommendations out now ● Draft for Public Comment in August ● Council in October ● We’re looking for your: ○ Comments ○ Areas of Interest ○ Pledge of Support 2015 Communit y Climat e Plan Adopt ed by Council in June 2015 Electricity & Natural Gas Transportation & Land Use Materials & Waste Management 135 qualitative actions directed at departments 2017 Travis County Carbon Footprint 12.5 million metric tons carbon dioxide-equivalent Industrial Processes How w as t his plan creat ed? • • • • • • • • 24 City Staff 120 Community Members (NGO, Govt, Business) 12 Ambassadors 4 Equity Trainings 5 Community Workshops (over 250 attendees) 14 Steering Committee Meetings 60+ Advisory Group Meetings 50+ Interviews by Ambassadors St eering Commit t ee Members Co-Chairs Mayuri Raja, AZAAD, Google Shane Johnson, Sierra Club Katie Coyne, Asakura Robinson Susana Almanza, PODER Joep Meijer, Citizen Jim Walker, Univ. of Texas Rocio Villalobos, Equity Office Drew Nelson, Mitchell Foundation Rodrigo Leal, Navigant Consulting Rene Renteria, Citizen Kaiba White, Public Citizen Lauren Peressini, Sunrise Movement Shawanda Stewart, Huston-Tillotson Univ. Kenneth Thompson, Solar Austin Ben Leibowicz, Univ. of Texas Suzanne Russo, Pecan Street Inc. Pooja Sethi, Sethi Law Darien Clary, AISD Alberta Phillips, Joint Sustainability Committee, ECHO Also: Nakia Winfield, Brandi Clark Burton, Karen Magid, Kurt Stogdill, and Nick Kincaid Our Commit ment t o Climat e Equit y Climat e Change Racial Equit y Eliminat e t he use of fossil fuels for energy & t ransport at ion Energy efficiency Renewable energy Less dependence on cars Electric vehicles • • • • • More trees & natural spaces Healthier consumer choices • Healt h Affordabilit y Accessibilit y Cult ural Preservat ion Communit y Capacit y Just Transit ion Account abilit y Eliminat e disparit ies t hat can be predict ed by race • • • • • • Safety for all at all times No disproportionate economic outcomes Fair access to services for all Inclusive participation in our city Positive health outcomes for all Embrace culture & difference If we’re not proactively addressing equity, we’re perpetuating injustice W e are Changing t he Eart h’s Climat e could be Warming over 2 catastrophic to ℃ life on earth Net -zero by 2050 …

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Agenda Item 3c_Presentation on the Redistricting Commission original pdf

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Presented by City Auditor Corrie Stokes August 2020 RedistrictATX.org What is Redistricting? • A process for residents to redraw council district boundaries every 10 years • Austin residents will redraw the boundaries in 2021 • New boundaries will go in effect for the November 2022 election Community participation There are two opportunities for Austin residents to be part of redistricting. 1 2 Applicant Review Panel The Panel will help select the commissioners. Three Certified Public Accountants will serve on the Panel. Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission The Commission will draw the boundaries of Austin’s council districts. How the process works Three CPA’s will be randomly selected for the Applicant Review Panel The Panel will help select members for the Independent Citizen Redistricting Commission Commissioners will draw the new council districts Key dates Event Date Sept 1 Sept 30 Oct 1 June 1, 2020 Applications for Commission and Panel opened Application period for Panel closes Application period for Commission closes City Auditor randomly selects 3 applicants for Panel Nov – Jan 15, 2021 Panel selects the 60 most qualified Commission applicants Jan 15-Jan 22 Each Council Member can strike one application from the qualified pool Jan 23 City Auditor randomly selects 8 Commissioners from the qualified pool Jan 24 – Feb 28 Commissioners choose 6 more applicants from the qualified pool March 1 – Nov 1 14 selected Commissioners draw districts to go in effect for the 2022 election Website – RedistrictATX.org Outreach in Multiple Languages Current Commission Applicants As of August 14, 2020 Total Applications Received: 239 The complete demographic breakdown can be found on redistrictatx.org RedistrictATX.org

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