September 27, 2019|
The Property Tax Assistance Division of the Comptroller’s office released a summary of the deadlines added or amended in Senate Bill 2 on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019.
On November 5, 2019, registered Texas voters will go to the polls to decide which proposed amendments will be approved and added to the Texas Constitution.
Numerous state and federal grants and other resources are available to eligible counties. See how the search for these funding opportunities has been made easier for you.
High voter turnout in Texas is expected in the 2020 election. With a history of long ballots and confused voters showing up to the wrong voting precinct, counties are working to resolve as many anticipated issues as possible prior to November.
Get The Details: There is federal funding available for 140 eligible Texas counties for flood mitigation related disasters from 2015, 2016 and 2017. To find out how the money will be allocated, read this information for local governments.
El Paso hosted a contingent of county officials from across the country to see for themselves the challenges faced by communities on the border.
The 2019 Legislative Conference is officially in the books! What did you learn during the breakout sessions and through networking opportunities? Here’s a short recap to take you through some highlights in case you weren’t able to make the trip to Austin.
TAC has highlighted recent Attorney General Opinions and Requests for Opinions of interest to counties.
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