The Boys & Girls Club of Central Texas is asking the city for $140,000 to help defer the cost of its after-school program, which has expanded more than 50 percent in the past year.
The youth development nonprofit will compete with a proposed 16 new police officers ($482,480), fire department training ($35,000), city employee raises ($450,719) and engineering for a new fire station ($482,000) for governmental funding.
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