Austin officials to consider South Central Waterfront tax subsidy zone for development, infrastructure – Community Impact Newspaper

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Austin City Council will meet Dec. 20 to discuss the creation of a new tax reinvestment increment zone to support future development in the South Central Waterfront district. (Trent Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)
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By Ben Thompson | 6:01 PM Dec 17, 2021 CST | Updated 6:01 PM Dec 17, 2021 CST
Austin City Hall Reporter
Ben joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2019 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Northeastern University in Boston. He spent more than two years reporting on Montgomery County and The Woodlands area before moving to Austin in 2021 to cover City Hall and other news throughout the city. Contact Ben with questions, tips or feedback at [email protected] and follow him on Twitter @BThompson_CI.
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