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Updated Initial LFRF Priorities for Unallocated Allocation after January 10 item

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1 year 4 months ago #1018 by JessicaRio
The Planning and Budget Office discussed a process for allocating the remaining funds, totaling $45,461,074, within Travis County’s Local Fiscal Recovery Fund (LFRF) with Commissioners Court in late 2022. PBO developed a form for Commissioners Court members to use to establish priorities for future discussion of LFRF requests. The Commissioners Court submitted their initial prioritization forms on January 3, 2023 and these individual forms were uploaded to the online message board.

On January 10, 2023 (agenda item #12), PBO discussed select changes such as consolidating like projects, deleting already funded projects, and moving select requests to the County’s budget process where appropriate. This revised consolidated list is attached. PBO will be back with additional information on these requests in late February.

Jessica Rio
County Executive, Planning and Budget
Travis County

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