Austin FC wins rezoning at City Hall after unanimous vote

Rendering of the Austin FC stadium

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin FC scored a shutout — a unanimous go-ahead from Austin City Hall — to keep its Major League Soccer stadium plans on schedule.

Austin City Council unanimously approved June 6 a rezoning ordinance for the team’s future stadium at McKalla Place, a 24-acre city-owned site near The Domain in North Austin.

The 10-0 vote of approval was for all three readings, meaning the zoning is finalized and doesn’t have to come back to Council. Council Member Natasha Harper-Madison was off the dais.

Read the full story on Austin Business Journal here.

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