Real estate group opposes Travis County courts bond
The Real Estate Council of Austin announced Oct. 22 that its board of directors passed a resolution opposing the Travis County bond proposition for a new civil and family courts facility in downtown Austin. Leading up to the Nov. 3 election, two other groups have also voiced their opposition to the proposed $287.3 million bond election to build a new civil and family courts complex, or CFCC, in the proposed location on Guadalupe Street across the street from Republic Square Park. RECA President Ward Tisdale said the proposed project would not be the best use of the designated property downtown.
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Source: Community Impact- Round Rock