81st Texas Legislature, Regular Session, Senate Bill 1540, Chapter 85 Page: 71 of 126
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(1) each of which has a population of more than
(2) that are located not farther than 100 miles
apart as determined by the department.
: (b) The creating municipalities and the counties in which
,he creating municipalities are located may create a district on
passage of a resolution favoring creation by the governing body of
each municipality or county. (V.A.C.S. Art. 6550c-1, Secs. 2(a),
Sec. 173.052. ADDITION OF POLITICAL SUBDIVISION TO
DISTRICT. The following political subdivisions may become a part
of' district with the approval of the governing body of the
political subdi ision:
(1) a county located adjacent to the county in which a
ceating municipality is located; and
(2) a municipality with a population of more than
18,000 located in a county described by Subdivision (1). (V.A.C.S.
Ar. 6550c-1, Sec. 2(c).)
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SUBCHAPTER C. BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND EMPLOYEES
Sec. 173.101. CONTROL OF DISTRICT. A district is governed
by board of directors.. The board is responsible for the
management, operation, and control of the district. (V.A.C.S. Art.
655c-1, Sec. 3(a).)
Sec. 173.102. COMPOSITION OF BOARD; TERMS. (a) The board
is! composed of:
S.B. No. 1540
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