A city commission is giving a well-known South Austin community center more time to comply with fire safety requirements and other city code violations, in a unanimous decision Wednesday night.
Casa de Luz, best known for its whole foods, plant-based eatery, has been tangling with city officials for more than a decade over code violations, permits and parking. The property has been out of compliance with an order from the city’s Building and Standards Commission for several months and continues to accrue $1,000 a week fines that total more than $24,000.
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