Austin leaders rebuff — for now — a public vote on CodeNext


Austin City Council voted against an ordinance that would have put CodeNext on November’s ballot.

CodeNext is Austin's controversial effort to update zoning and land-use codes throughout the city, and is expected to dramatically change how things are built in Austin. Many residents want a chance to personally vote on the new regulations — which still haven't been finalized.

Council's vote early Friday morning related to an ordinance proposed by a petition signed by more than 31,000 Austinites…

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