Travis County voters to weigh new civil, family courts bond this fall
Travis County voters will decide this fall whether to authorize spending $287.3 million in bond funds on a new civil and family courts complex, or CFCC, in downtown Austin. The Travis County Commissioners Court called for an order in August to place the bond election on the Nov. 3 ballot. If voters approve it, each county homeowner would see an estimated $13.50 property tax increase annually per $100,000 of taxable valuation, said Belinda Powell, strategic planning manager for the Travis County Planning and Budget Office. The court, comprising four commissioners and Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt, voted unanimously to approve […]
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Source: Community Impact- Round Rock