Liveable City Board Resolution In Support of “Stop Domain Subsidies” Charter Amendment

Whereas, The Board of Liveable City believes that a strong economy is essential to a livable city; and

Whereas, Liveable City recently released a study of Austin’s economic incentive policies entitled Building A More Sustainable Economy: Economic Development Strategy and Public Incentives in Austin; and

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Liveable City to Hold 5th Annual Liveable Vision Awards

Liveable City Press Advisory – 2008 Awards

Non-profit Awards honors Create Austin, HelioVolt, Dell Recycling and other local achievements in creating a livable community

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Liveable City Releases Study of Austin’s Economic Development Strategy and Incentive Programs

(Austin, Texas) Liveable City, an Austin non-profit working to protect the quality of life of the people of Austin, today released a first of its kind report examining economic development strategy and use of public incentives in Austin. 

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Liveable City to Release Study of Austin’s Incentive Programs

Study shows Council Approves over $100 Million in Tax Deals in last 10 years,

City budget deficit, charter election vote in November

(Austin, Texas) Liveable City, Austin’s, will release a report entitled - Building a More Sustainable Economy: Economic Development Strategy and the Use of Public Incentives in Austin. On Monday, May 27, at 11:00 am, at the of City Hall.

The report reveals the city and chamber have done many things well, significant reform is needed to position Austin for the challenges ahead.

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LIVEABLE CITY RELEASES 6TH AND LAMAR STUDY

Economic Impacts of Local Merchants versus Chain Retailers

Some economic developments can hurt the local economy, not help it. That's the message of an innovative economic study released today by local nonprofit Liveable City.

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Austin Quality of Life Survey To Be Released Today

(Austin)  Liveable City, a new community organization concerned with protecting Austin’s quality of life, will release today the results of a recent unique visual survey of city priorities and problems.

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