New Travis County advisory committee to examine need for additional courts capacity
At its Feb. 2 meeting, Travis County Commissioners Court approved the creation of an advisory committee to continue work on the issues surrounding the need for additional capacity for courts following voters’ rejection of bond funds for a proposed new civil and family courts complex, or CFCC, in November. Commissioners voted 4-1-0 in favor of the amended charge for the committee, with Commissioner Ron Davis opposed. Davis abstained from a 4-0-1 vote to create a 25-person board with up to five appointees for each member of the commissioners court. Belinda Powell, strategic planning manager for the Travis County Planning and […]
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