TRAVIS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS APPROVE CENTRAL HEALTH’S FY 24 BUDGET AND TAX RATE
The Travis County Commissioners Court voted to approve the fiscal 2024 proposed budget for Central Health, Travis County’s hospital district. The commissioners also set Central Health’s 2024 property tax rate at 10.07 cents per $100 valuation. For the county’s average assessed home value, that’s a tax increase of about $56 a year.
On the tax rate, the court voted 4-1 for approval. County Judge Andy Brown, Pct. 1 Commissioner Jeff Travillion, Pct. 2 Commissioner Brigid Shea, and Pct. 3 Commissioner Ann Howard all voted in favor; Pct. 4 commissioner Margaret J Gómez voted no. On the budget itself, Shea abstained and Gómez again voted no.
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