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Ordinance No. 770825-F
An Ordinance Declaring the Policy of the City to Be in Furtherance of the Right of Each Individual to Provide A Dwelling for Such Person
Book - 1977
In-library use only in some locations
Ordinance No. 81
An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 770825-F, Known as the Fair Housing Ordinance of the City of Austin
Book - 1981
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Austin Housing Study : February, 1950
Book -
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Government Housing Assistance Policies in the City of Austin
Book - 1977
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Austin Housing Study
Book - 1978
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Housing Patterns Study of Austin, Texas
A Report
Book - 1979
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Austin Fair Housing Attitudes Survey II
Book - 1981
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Austin Fair Housing Survey
Book - 1981?
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Housing Task Force Briefing Paper
Book - 1984
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Ethnic Housing Patterns and School Desegregation, Austin, Texas
Book -
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A Comprehensive Program for Affordable Housing for Low and Moderate Income Families in the City of Austin
A Report to the Affordable Housing Coalition
Book - 1986
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Recommendations to Full Council on Affordable Housing Initiatives
Book - 1986
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Affordable Housing
Issues and Answers
Book - 1986
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Housing Low-income Austinites
New Roles for the Austin Housing Authority in Meeting Changing Needs and New Community Demands : A Report
Book - 1988
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Austin's Commitment to House the Poor
An Assessment of Austin's Housing Needs, Housing Affordability and Housing Programs
Book - 1999
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Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice in the City of Austin
Prepared for Neighborhood Housing and Community Development Office, City of Austin
Book - 2000
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S.M.A.R.T. Housing
Book - 2002
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Community Change in East Austin
Book - 2007
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Austin Restricted : Progressivism, Zoning, Private Racial Covenants, and the Making of A Segregated City : Final Report Prepared and Submitted by Eliot M. Tretter to the Institute for Urban Policy Research and Analysis
Book - 2012?
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Austin Equal Citizenship Corporation Records: An Inventory of the Collection
Web Resource
The Austin Equal Citizenship Corporation (AECC) was chartered on July 7, 1966, and contracted with the City of Austin to investigate all sworn complaints ...Show more The Austin Equal Citizenship Corporation (AECC) was chartered on July 7, 1966, and contracted with the City of Austin to investigate all sworn complaints of discrimination. The administrative history, meeting agendas and minutes, correspondence, newspaper clippings and notes in this collection highlight the activities of the AECC from 1966 to 1967. In addition, there are newspaper articles and other materials documenting the organization that preceded and superseded the AECC, the Human Relations Commission, and the effort to pass a Fair Housing Ordinance. Show less
Austin (Tex.). Urban Renewal Agency Board of Commissioners Records: An Inventory of the Collection
Web Resource
In 1954, the Austin City Council started exploring the idea of urban renewal by creating the Greater East Austin Development Committee to study the needs ...Show more In 1954, the Austin City Council started exploring the idea of urban renewal by creating the Greater East Austin Development Committee to study the needs of the East Austin community and the housing conditions in an area bound by East 19th Street (Martin Luther King Boulevard), Airport Boulevard, Springdale Road, the Colorado River (Lady Bird Lake) and East Avenue (I-35). After years of litigation questioning the legality of an urban renewal program the pilot project, Kealing Urban Renewal Project, was initiated in June of 1964. Several projects followed and the collection consists of Urban Renewal Agency Board of Commissioners meeting agendas, minutes and monthly reports dating from its organization in 1962 to 1980. Show less
Austin (Tex.). Mayor's Office. Robert Harry Akin Records: An Inventory of the Collection
Web Resource
Collection includes May Harry Akin's public statement, press release, and his handwritten notes about the Fair Housing Ordinance, along with his research ...Show more Collection includes May Harry Akin's public statement, press release, and his handwritten notes about the Fair Housing Ordinance, along with his research materials including a precinct breakdown of the votes cast for and against the Fair Housing Ordinance in 1968. Show less
Janna Zumbrun Papers: An Inventory of the Collection
Web Resource
Janna Zumbrun was a prominent LGBTQ and women's issues activist in Austin, Texas. Her papers highlight her work with the Citizens for a United Austin, the...Show more Janna Zumbrun was a prominent LGBTQ and women's issues activist in Austin, Texas. Her papers highlight her work with the Citizens for a United Austin, the Austin Lesbian/Gay Political Caucus, and the City of Austin Human Relations Commission during the 1970s and 1980. The Citizens for a United Austin (CUA) was formed in 1981 to fight an anti-gay housing measure proposed by a group called the Austin Citizens for Decency (ACD). ACD collected nearly 20,000 signatures of Austin voters to force an initiative election on an ordinance that would read "It shall not be unlawful to deny housing on the basis of sexual orientation." The collection includes general office files, financial records, campaign messaging and marketing materials (text and audio/visual), and newspaper clippings of CUA as well as reports concerning the Austin Fair Housing Ordinance being discussed by the City of Austin Human Relations Commission. Show less
Austin (Tex.). City Council. Richard Goodman Records: An Inventory of the Collection
Web Resource
Richard Goodman served three terms as a member of the Austin City Council, Place 4, in Austin, Texas, from 1977-1983. He was a supporter of the city’s soc...Show more Richard Goodman served three terms as a member of the Austin City Council, Place 4, in Austin, Texas, from 1977-1983. He was a supporter of the city’s social service programs and believed that Austin needed to have a strong growth and development plan. He was also a proponent of public access television, downtown revitalization, protecting the environment, and fair housing. He voted against the Fair Housing Ordinance, however, because it did not provide protection from housing discrimination for the LGBTQ population. The collection contains his working papers regarding the Fair Housing Ordinance as well as correspondence from constituents in opposition or support the issue. Show less
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