A public hearing is being called by the Travis County Commissioners Court regarding the county budget and services on August 9, 2019 at 700 Lavaca St. View the FY 2019 budget development: https://t.co/ChmJSpu4aQ. pic.twitter.com/xXXq8aH5ei— Travis County TX (@TravisCountyTX) August 3, 2018
Travis County sets Aug. 9 public hearing for 2019 budget
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