House and money
Public Facility Corporations
November 2, 2022 0 Comment

Recently, the Houston Chronicle wrote a story about Public Facility Corporations (“PFCs”) a statutory organizational mechanism provided for in the Local Government Code which allows developers to purchase land in one local jurisdiction, remove it from that jurisdiction’s tax rolls through a statutory tax exemption, […]

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Parkland Dedication
October 17, 2022 0 Comment

Every city needs  recreational facilities and green spaces for the pleasure and personal health of its residents. How can a city provide these amenities for its citizens? One way is through parkland dedication. A parkland dedication is a requirement imposed by city ordinance on subdivision […]

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Violation Notice
Municipal Code Enforcement
August 16, 2022 0 Comment

This blog follows my earlier blog regarding Texas Municipal Courts.  Most Texans have received a parking ticket or traffic ticket and are likely familiar with the municipal court in the city they reside.  In addition to the prosecution of traffic and parking offenses, city municipal […]

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