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Property Tax Hack Finally Gets Senate Nod
"...For two months, the 2.5% property tax revenue cap legislation launched in January has been..."

April 19, 2019 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Council Tackles Property Tax Rate, 4700 Riverside, Gun Violence
Wheels in motion for upcoming adoption of FY 2020 budget
"...voted unanimously on Thursday, Aug. 22 to increase Austin’s property tax rate to the maximum allowed under current state..."

Aug. 23, 2019 News Post by Austin Sanders

Property Tax Fireworks Flare
Proposals would actually tax Texans more, but with little extra for schools
"...House was scheduled to open debate on a controversial property tax cut bill, House Democrats offered a preview of..."

July 8, 2005 News Column by Kimberly Reeves

How the Revenue Cap "Reform" Will Affect Austin and Travis County
Senate Bill 2, explained
"...the Texas press corps, have talked a lot about "revenue caps" as a highlight/lowlight of the Legislative session just..."

June 7, 2019 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Tax Caps Roll Through Texas House
House approves Senate Bill 2, a revenue cap plan opposed vociferously by local mayors, county judges, and other elected officials
"...The careful choreography of the session's marquee budget, property tax, and school finance measures advanced Tuesday, April 30,..."

May 3, 2019 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

City and Cap Metro Contemplate How to Make a "Real City” Transit System
Following the slow march toward a vote on a multibillion-dollar investment in public transit
"...multibillion-dollar investment in public transit, as City Council and Capital Metro officials met on Tuesday, Jan. 14, to discuss..."

Jan. 17, 2020 News Feature by Austin Sanders

AISD Takes a Tax Bite to Voters
School board hammers out a budget
"...a couple of years of nominal budget surpluses and property tax rate cuts, Austin ISD's board of trustees agreed..."

Aug. 29, 2008 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

Property Comes First
Tax plan progress?
"...costs. The goal was to be out of the Capitol by this Friday. While a number of House Democrats..."

May 5, 2006 News Feature by Kimberly Reeves

Austin at Large: Put on Your Shrinking Caps
So why – let alone how – do we "need" to "reform" Texas property taxes?
"...everyone's toast was the fight over just how much tax evasion to offer to Texas property owners. The dueling..."

Feb. 8, 2019 News Column by Mike Clark-Madison

Rep. Vikki Goodwin on the 86th Texas Legislature
“I worry when people talk about property tax caps [and not] where the revenue is going to come from instead”
"...AC: What do you think you'll bring to the Capitol that Paul Workman lacked?..."

Jan. 4, 2019 News Feature by Austin Sanders

To Expand the Convention Center or Not?
Despite unanimous support from City Council, voters will decide the answer
"...for Austinites within a more pedestrian-friendly and inviting urban landscape, and mark a major breakthrough in bridging the gap..."

July 19, 2019 News Feature by Michael King

A Budget Forged in Crisis Looks Toward Long-Term Opportunities
Resilience, rethinking, recovery
"...(amended) FY 20 budget. The General Fund, where your taxes go, is basically flat – up 0.1%, or about..."

July 24, 2020 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Q&A With City Manager Spencer Cronk
In his first sit-down interview with the Chronicle, Austin's CM discusses public safety, the budget, and next steps
"...of reallocating funds from APD is knowing if there's capacity at the other end to actually use them. Simply..."

July 24, 2020 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Quote of the Week
"..."If the Legislature really wants to help local taxpayers, it should better fund education, because that's most of..."

Dec. 2, 2016 News Column

Central Texas Lawmakers Speak Out About the 86th Legislative Session
Interviews with the team representing 2.1 million Austin metro residents
"...How do they think they'll be able to cut property taxes while putting more money in public schools?..."

Jan. 4, 2019 News Feature by the News Staff

As Budget Battles Begin, APD Takes a Minor Hit
Only a small change, for now
"...account for about 19% of all 911 calls. To Cap, or Not to Cap..."

July 17, 2020 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

City Hall Gets Better at the Basic Business of Budgeting
Early indicators are good, but difficult fiscal conversations linger
" just shy of $100 a year, including both taxes and fees, or about a 2.5% increase from the..."

Aug. 16, 2019 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Booming in the Bust
ACC advances its higher-ed march across the region – but not everyone is happy
"...suburbanites, some of whom don't even live in its taxing district. And lo and behold, the predictions came true...."

Aug. 27, 2010 News Feature by Lee Nichols

A Great Big Bundle of Rail and Roads
Council moves transportation bonds toward a November vote
"...Project Connect's LPA, as endorsed by Council and the Capital Metro board of directors, would run a total of..."

Aug. 8, 2014 News Feature by Mac McCann

Austin @ Large: Balancing the Books
The big hole we need libraries to fill
"...require the city to limit the growth of its property tax revenue to either 4.5% a year or the..."

Oct. 22, 2004 News Column by Mike Clark-Madison

Naked City
"...Though not yet garnering headlines, negotiations are continuing between Capital Metro and Amalgamated Transit Union 1091, the city transit..."

Feb. 15, 2008 News Feature

Proposed City Budget Cuts Police Funding by $8.1 Million
Decrease falls far short of $100 million activists called for
"...reserves of at least 12%, and projections that sales tax revenue – which has declined steeply during the COVID-19..."

July 13, 2020 News Post by Mike Clark-Madison and Austin Sanders

City Council: Here's Your Budget!
Council holds line on tax rate, juggles many line items
"...The Line-That-Could-Not-Be-Crossed was 50.29 – that is, the current property tax rate of 50.29 cents per $100 of assessed..."

Sept. 13, 2013 News Feature by Michael King

Point Austin: Local Control Now in Chains
State clamps down on cities' right to govern themselves
"...are "under siege" by an "unprecedented attack at the Capitol." Allowing for political hyperbole, it's hard to quarrel with..."

April 26, 2019 News Column by Michael King

County Pushes Public Defender Plan Forward
Commissioners Court votes to proceed with indigent defense office – but not everybody's happy about it
"...Assigned Counsel" system, which hires private attorneys through the Capital Area Private Defender Service. This would over time establish..."

May 10, 2019 News Feature by Michael King

Austin's Last GOP Council Member Returns to Her Natural Habitat
Ellen Troxclair joins right-leaning Texas Public Policy Foundation
"...ship, the Texas Public Policy Foundation, to advocate for property tax "reform" at the Capitol. Gov. Greg Abbott has..."

Jan. 11, 2019 News Feature by Mary Tuma

Project Connect Accelerates
As decisions near, controversy dogs urban rail plan
"...if we do it right, we'll have that political capital to do more. We are confident that we are..."

June 13, 2014 News Feature by Mac McCann

Local Impact
Austin doesn't win some, doesn't lose some
"...No. 1 issue – specifically, ensuring that "costs or revenue needs are not shifted to city taxpayers and residents."..."

June 12, 2009 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

Halfway to Nowhere
As the Lege turns the corner, there's still plenty of time for trouble
" undermine the public school system, fashion a superregressive tax bill, besmirch the state comptroller for dissing the tax..."

April 1, 2005 News Column by Amy Smith

Here Come the Transporters
In the endless Central Texas transportation wars, the lions and the lambs look for ways to make peace
"...the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority's toll-road system and Capital Metro's commuter-rail-and-bus proposal originate from different directions in the..."

June 4, 2004 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

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