81st Texas Legislature, Regular Session, Senate Bill 1540, Chapter 85 Page: 95 of 126
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S.B. No. 1540
gen xal welfare of district residents and people who use district
services, a district may adopt rules to govern the operation of the
district, its employees, hie system, service provided by the
distri ct, and any other nec ssary matter concerning its purposes,
including rules regarding/health, safety, alcohol or beverage
service, food service, or telephone or utility service. (V.A.C.S.
Art. 65 04-3, Sec. 4(g).)
Sec. 174.153. AGREEMENTS GENERALLY. A district may make
contracts, leases, and agreements with the United States, this
state and its agencies and political subdivisions, and other
persons and entities. (V.A.C.S. Art. 6550c-3, Sec. 4(j) (part).)
2 Sec. 174.154. AGREEMENTS WITH OTHER ENTITIES FOR JOINT USE.
A district may:
i4: I"(1) make agreements with a public utility, private
5 utility, communication system, common carrier, state agency, or
6 transportation system for the joint use of facilities,
7 installations, or property inside or outside the district; and
8 (2) establish:
.9 (A) through routes; and
0 (B) joint fares. (V.A.C.S. Art. 6550c-3, Sec.
2 Sec. 174.155. JOINT OWNERSHIP AGREEMENTS. A district may
3 enter into a joint ownership agreement with any person. (V.A.C.S.
4 Art '6550c-3, Sec. 4(h).)
5 .Sec. 174.156. INTERLOCAL AGREEMENTS WITH COMMISSION. The
26 commission may enter into an interlocal agreement with the district
27 under which the district may exercise a power or duty of the
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