Until last year, Austin’s City Council was composed of six at-large City Council seats and an at-large mayor. In 2015, that system was replaced with 10 single-member City Council seats and an at-large mayor. While the community has generally praised the switch to geographically representative districts, has it really been better for the city? How has the change affected land use and transportation? Our panel of local media experts will discuss these questions and more at the January RECA Ideas Forum.