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Marc : Rollingwood, TX Monday, April 25th, 2005
Marc : Rollingwood, TX
I grew up, like not many other people, on the west side of Austin, TX in a small town called Rollingwood. The population, since the 80s, has hovered around 1200 persons while Austin has sprawlbounded from 300k to 1 million over twenty years of Dell Computer/Texas Instruments/Intel, South by Southwest, 50k students at the third most populous undergraduate college in North America, and the secret underground freak railroad that links it to San Francisco. Rollingwood has stayed the same, or rather only the property values have changed, over 2 decades of not having a sewer system- discouraging further development (nobody... pages: | | 1 search citynoise.org
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