TravCo, WilCo consider splitting cost of administering emissions program
Travis and Williamson counties are considering partnering to split costs for administrative services for a vehicle emissions program that is offered in both counties. On April 12, Williamson County commissioners approved an agreement between the two counties to combine efforts to manage the AirCheck Texas–DriveACleanMachine program. Travis County commissioners are expected to vote on the agreement next week. The effort is part of the state’s Low Income Repair, Rehabilitation and Replacement Assistance Program, which has been in place in Central Texas since 2006. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality administers it on a statewide basis.
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Source: Community Impact- Round Rock