It now falls to City Manager Marc Ott to try to resolve the differences between neighborhood groups and urban farming advocates.
The Austin City Council postponed a decision Thursday on proposed changes to the city’s urban farming ordinance, instead calling for Ott to “facilitate a meeting with stakeholders” with hopes of resolving some of the issues that have divided urban farmers, East Austin residents and members of city boards. The issue would return to the council on Nov. 21.
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