Travis County moves forward with courthouse advisory committee
The Travis County Commissioners Court voted at its Feb. 23 meeting to appoint members to a citizens advisory committee that will look at providing more capacity for civil and family courts cases. The vote to approve of the appointees was 4-0-1 with Commissioner Ron Davis abstaining. Earlier in February, the court decided to create 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.
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Source: Community Impact- Round Rock