Surviving CodeNEXT by Community Not Commodity

Surviving CodeNEXT by Community Not Commodity

Join IndyAustin folks at this event put on by Community Not Commodity. Our own David Jones will be speaking at this event! 

David is a longtime health and wellness advocate, a renter himself who advocates or Austin renters.


Join us outside Austin City Hall for a rally in protest of the controversial CodeNEXT process! Free food & drink and music by Bill Oliver. Admission is free. Wear black and tell the Austin City Council to protect our neighborhoods!

Speakers will include:

SUSANA ALMANZA
P.O.D.E.R., Community and Environmental Activist

BILL BUNCH
Executive Director, Save Our Springs Alliance

NELSON LINDER
President, Austin NAACP

CARMEN LLANES PULIDO
Executive Director, GO! Austin / VAMOS! Austin (GAVA)

ED WENDLER, JR.
Austin-Area Developer

 

Density & Sprawl, they want it all: CodeNEXT

Density & Sprawl, they want it all: CodeNEXT

We are canceling our “Turn In, Tune In” event tomorrow (Friday October 20, 2017) AND inviting you instead to join us for Community Not Commodity’s: Surviving CodeNEXT Rally at City Hall next Tuesday, October 24, 2017, 5:30 to 8 pm. Event Details here. Or share this flier SURVIVING CodeNEXT RALLY Oct. 24, 2017.

IndyAustin’s own David Jones will be one of the speakers. David is a renter. Since 2003, he has advocated for other renters, only to see how the city’s pedal-to-the-metal growth policies continue driving modest income residents out. He’s also one of the nicest guys on the planet.

IndyAustin’s David and Linda Curtis, who was priced out of Austin in 2002, will be petitioning together at the Gay Pride Fest this Saturday, October 21, 2017, from noon to 7 pm at Fiesta Gardens. Look for The Papoose Petition Wagon. (see below)

Papoose is the model name for this Scotsman vintage trailer Indy Austin uses as its petition wagon.

Come on now – homeowners and renters alike: print out the CodeNEXT petition here and bring it to either event!

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Enjoy, y’all, but don’t forget those petitions — democracy is not a spectator sport! They’re all on our home page.