Sidewalks, curb ramps construction to begin on Handley, Comanche and Reed

The city’s Transportation & Public Works Department is hosting a community meeting at 10 a.m. April 1 at the Martin Luther King Jr. Community

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Drinking water taste, odor may change near North Holly Water Treatment Plant

The taste and odor of the drinking water coming from the North Holly Water Treatment Plant is changing due to algae. When algae dies,

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Play Ball! Austin and the Great American Pastime

Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 28, the Austin History Center will open its newest photography exhibit in the David Earl Holt Photo Gallery. “Play Ball! Austin

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CodeNEXT Announces ‘Code Talk’ Series

Five Code Talks scheduled around Central Austin over the next two months The City of Austin is hosting a “Code Talk” series as part

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Homelessness decreasing slightly in Fort Worth area

On the night of Jan. 26, more than 500 volunteers and about 100 members of law enforcement canvassed Tarrant and Parker counties to count

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Posted March 24, 2017 Fort Worth’s net sales tax collections in January totaled $10,734,733, up from January 2016 by $1,045,456, or 10.8 percent. So far this fiscal year, sales tax collections are up 7.8 percent. The city anticipates collecting $140,468,044 by fiscal year end. Sales tax revenue represents about 22 percent of the city’s General Fund budget. This is the second largest revenue source, with property taxes being the largest. For the Crime Control and Prevention District, sales tax revenue represents the largest revenue source.

Fort Worth’s net sales tax collections in January totaled $10,734,733, up from January 2016 by $1,045,456, or 10.8 percent. So far this fiscal year,

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