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John Hrncir

Government Relations Officer

AustinTexas.gov

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Austin, Texas,78701

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www.kvue.com

"It's outdated and at this point -- that list doesn't mean anything," said John Hrncir, the City of Austin's government relations officer.
Hrncir says now the city's focus will be to meet spending criteria set by Congress. "But we won't know until the bill is passed and its clear on what we're eligible to compete for," said Hrncir. There are plenty of infrastructure projects to chose from. "Everything from affordable housing, energy conservation, renewable energy, and crime-fighting," said Hrncir. U.S. House members have approved the $819 billion economic stimulus plan.


www.txcn.com

"It's outdated and at this point -- that list doesn't mean anything," said John Hrncir, the City of Austin's government relations officer.
Hrncir says now the city's focus will be to meet spending criteria set by Congress. "But we won't know until the bill is passed and its clear on what we're eligible to compete for," said Hrncir. There are plenty of infrastructure projects to chose from. "Everything from affordable housing, energy conservation, renewable energy, and crime-fighting," said Hrncir.


www.main.org

The program was a success with guest speakers, Sherri Greenberg, Former State Representative and John Hrncir, City of Austin, Intergovernmental Relations Officer.John Hrncir grew up in Hallettsville, Texas.He graduated from Southwest Texas State University and did graduate studies in Molecular Biology at theUniversity of Texas.Following four years as an Air Force officer, he worked for the Lower River Colorado River Authority in developing environmental policies and in coordinating interactions with local communities.He began working with the City of Austin in 1985. John Hrncir expressed that it is predicted that a 12 percent budget cut will be within children's health insurance- a big cut of approximately $240,000."This may well turn out to be the hardest hit in health care that the State has experience in a decade," stated John Hrncir.Another concern that was addressed by the audience was the proposed bill on allowing the Counties to decide if they will allow the Cities to have any jurisdiction within the Extra Terriortial Jurisdiction (ETJ).John Hrncir, states that this bill will be consistant with other municipalities where the County has full jurisdiction within their areas and it will be determined by the County if Cities could regulate their rules.


leadershipaustin.org

Panelists included Deece Eckstein, Intergovernmental Relations Coordinator, Travis County; Donna Howard, State Representative, Texas House District 48; John Hrncir, Government Relations Officer, City of Austin.
According to Hrncir, cities, unlike school districts and counties, have a lot of authority granted to them through state statutes and the constitution. Hrncir agreed, explaining, "If you look at infrastructure that's being built around the country, it's largely being built by cities and counties. Transportation funding is also one of the city's top priorities, said Hrncir. John Hrncir: Testifying is very important and feel free to contact me if there's a city issue you particularly want to follow.


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Government Relations Officer - John Hrncir 512-974-2246 hrncir@austintexas.gov


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