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House Committee on Regional Issues, House Joint - 74th R.S. (1995)

Committee Members
Ron Lewis, Chair
Fred Hill, Vice Chair
Robert Saunders, Vice Chair
Karyne Jones Conley
Harryette Ehrhardt
Peggy Hamric
Charlie Howard
Mike Krusee
Glenn Lewis
John Longoria
Anna Mowery
Beverly Woolley
Charges
• To study the voluntary consolidation or restructuring of city governments, county governments, or other political sub-divisions, including the effects on costs and efficiency to all entities involved. The study should consider the possibility of providing services on a joint basis and createing new political entities that incorporate existing entities in a broader structure. The study should also examine issues related to extra-territorial jurisdiction, including annexation, regulation, overlapping jurisdiction and the exercise of eminent domain.

Note:
Karyne Conley (Member) resigned 7/08/1996.

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