A small group of people identifying themselves as “progressive” is proposing four changes to our city charter. Three of the four amendments are clearly designed to distract voters from the main issue — the effort to end Austin’s time-tested council-manager form of local government.
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David Saustad receives the 2018 Terrell Blodgett Fellowship, which supports interest in local government management
The LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin is pleased to announce the 2018 recipient of the Terrell Blodgett Fellowship for Government Services in Urban Management and Finance: David Saustad.
Terrell Blodgett, a professor emeritus at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, calls for public input on the City of Austin's city manager search.