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SB 750, 69th Regular Session
Relating to the creation, administration, expansion, funding, and dissolution of emergency communication districts in certain counties in which a 9-1-1 telephone number is used as the primary emergency telephone number and to the powers and duties of the districts, participating jurisdictions, and service suppliers; providing for the imposition and collection of fees; authorizing issuance of tax-free revenue bonds, including refunding bonds, and for further security for payment; providing permissible terms and provisions of bonds and their characteristics and for their eligibility for investments and security for deposit of public funds; requiring approval of the attorney general and registration by the comptroller.

Last action: Effective immediately

Author: Bill Sarpalius
Sponsor: John Smithee

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1985, 69th R.S.,ch. 288, General and Special Laws of Texas


HB 1715 (Identical)

Health--Emergency Services & Personnel
Special Districts & Authorities--Miscellaneous

House Committee: Urban Affairs ()
Minutes: May 8 1985
Senate Committee: Intergovernmental Relations (John Traeger, John Leedom, Gonzalo Barrientos, J.E. Brown, Gene Green, Glenn Kothmann, Oscar Mauzy, Hugh Parmer, John Sharp, Bill Sims, John Whitmire, Lindon Williams)
Minutes: April 2 1985

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