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Why is Austin Mayor Steve Adler doing an impromptu press conference following the filing of 32,000 signatures for the right to vote on CodeNEXT? Perhaps you need to ask him this very question. His number is 512.978.2100.
Don't be a Gomer or a goober! Do you have signatures on the petition for the right to vote on CodeNEXT sitting in your trunk, on your credenza or that YOU MEANT to go get from a neighbor or two? Get your signatures in pronto. We plan to file the petition sometime next...
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A petition signer father of two identified himself yesterday as a “downtown resident who pays the highest taxes in Austin.” He said, “I can’t even get in and out of my building”, referring to South by Southwest.
The City's decision to put the word public back in Austin libraries, reported on here in The Austin Bulldog -- "City Lifts Ban on Library Petitioning", is a victory for the right to petition! Therefore, the CodeNEXT petition drive is extended through this weekend for...
Yesterday’s Statesman article entitled, “City Attorney Says CodeNEXT Petition is invalid”, brought us to this announcement: Dumb and Dumber. We stand by our statement that the powers are trying to pull off a dumb move to deny you your right to vote on CodeNEXT.
We have NOT finished the petition drive for your right to vote on CodeNEXT! And the attack dogs at City Legal appear to be moving to stop petitioners. So please ignore that Statesman headline that ran two days ago, and tell your friends and neighbors we're not done...
Did you catch the recent Statesman Editorial Board Opinion piece urging that the Mayor and City Council, “Push pause button on CodeNext until concerns are addressed“? Way to go, Statesman!
Wherever we are: bring yourself, bring your family, bring neighbors and bring your signed petitions!
Democracy is not a spectator sport, Austin! Y’all come!