81st Texas Legislature, Senate Bill 2517, Chapter 876 Page: 1 of 36
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S.B. No. 2517
1 AN ACT
2 relating to the dissolution of the Ballinger Memorial Hospital
3 District and the North Runnels County Hospital District and the
4 creation of the Runnels County Hospital District; granting the
5 authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting the power of
6 eminent domain.
7 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS:
8 ARTICLE 1. DISSOLUTION OF BALLINGER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DISTRICT ON
9 CREATION OF RUNNELS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT
10 SECTION 1.01. Chapter 1004, Special District Local Laws
11 Code, is amended by adding Subchapter D-l to read as follows:
12 SUBCHAPTER D-1. DISSOLUTION OF BALLINGER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
13 DISTRICT ON CREATION OF RUNNELS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT
14 Sec. 1004.171. DISSOLUTION; ELECTION. (a) The board may
15 order an election on the question of the dissolution of the
16 district, creation of the Runnels County Hospital District,
17 transfer of the district's assets and obligations to the Runnels
18 County Hospital District, and assumption of the district's
19 outstanding debts by the Runnels County Hospital District.
20 (b) The board shall order the election if:
21 (1) the board receives a petition requesting an
22 election that is signed by at least 50 of the district's registered
23 voters; or
24 (2) the board receives notice that the board of
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