If you've been keeping up with CodeNext, Austin's evolving zoning ordinances, you know that January's release of new ordinances without an accompanying release of maps caused angst in the neighborhoods whose inhabitants have spent years trying to keep the feel of those neighborhoods the same as it has been for decades. Fitting more people and … Continue reading New City-planning Maps for Austin
Touring properties in the rain is great because you get to see what happens to the runoff!
If you have ever had the pleasure of driving on a midnight-darkened road out in the countryside, you know the feeling of not being able to see the next curve, the next deer that will collide with your car, or the depth of that ravine just off the edge of the road. It is a … Continue reading Surveying: Up Close and Personal with the Land
Some first-person history with your wildflowers