Central Health’s board is finalizing its largest budget ever, $219.7 million, along with a $134.9 million budget for a nonprofit it created to better coordinate health care delivery in Travis County.
As a comparison, the two budgets combined are more than what Williamson County plans to spend on operations, roads and debt payments in 2014.
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