Opposition voiced on Travis County civil courts bond
With only a few weeks before the Nov. 3 election, two organizations have voiced their opposition to a proposed $287.3 million bond election for a new civil and family courts complex, or CFCC, in downtown Austin. The proposed CFCC, which is on the Nov. 3 ballot, would cause a property tax increase of about $13.50 annually per $100,000 of taxable valuation for homeowners, according to the county. The Travis County Commissioners Court sought ways to lower the budget as well as offset the tax burden, including selling under-utilized county property and using parking revenue from evenings and weekends. Taxes and […]
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Source: Community Impact- Round Rock