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A budget passed last month by the county’s tourism commission could be declared invalid because one of the people who voted for it might not have had legal authority to do so.
David Montgomery, who earlier this year was elected to the fiscal court as magistrate in the 5th District, voted to approve tourism’s budget as well as an $11,000 annual contract for its director. However, the fiscal court can’t find any record of him being appointed to tourism by the judge-executive, which is required under the ordinance by which the commission was created.
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