Category Archives: Communications

The Communications Committee is responsible to maintain the official SRCC online presence on this information relating to the SRCC organization is published. Examples of communication tasks includes sending notifications of SRCC meetings and provide summary updates on current issues concerning SRCC.

Your neighborhood association needs YOU!

At our annual potluck on March 6 we will be voting to elect new officers. However, we are missing a candidate for one very important position! Here is our slate: President: seeking candidate Vice President: Dan Fredine Treasurer: Oliver Caruso … Continue reading

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Update on traffic mitigation on St. Edwards Drive

Below is an update provided by the Austin Transportation Department on plans for traffic mitigation on St. Edwards Drive: “As discussed at the SRCC meeting in December, ATD recognized the need for more input from the neighborhood, which is the … Continue reading

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SRCC Winter Newsletter Correction

In the Winter 2018 SRCC Newsletter, an error was made in the attribution of an article. The article on traffic mitigation was incorrectly combined from two different submissions but should have been kept separate. Below are the two separate articles … Continue reading

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Winter 2018 SRCC Newsletter

The Winter 2017 edition of the SRCC Newsletter has been printed and delivery is underway. You can also get a head start on reading it here. Complete delivery of the paper newsletter to thousands of homes takes a few weeks. … Continue reading

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Runoff Election in Austin December 13–Please Vote!

The 2016 elections are not over yet. There are several races in Austin which have gone to a runoff because no one won the majority of the vote: two ACC board seats and one city council seat. Voter turnout at … Continue reading

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