Tax increment financing, a city may use a tax increment fund to pay a developer for environmental remediation, renovation, or facade preservation if they are "project costs"|Tax increment financing, a tax increment fund is a municipal fund within the meaning of chapter 252 of the Local Government Code and chapter 252's competitive bidding requirements may apply to expenditures from the tax increment fund; if an expenditure is|Tax increment fund is a public fund subject to article III, section 52|Tax increment fund is a municipal fund within the meaning of chapter 252 of the Local Government Code and chapter 252's competitive bidding requirements may apply to expenditures for the tax increment fund|Reimbursement, if a municipal expenditure is subject to Local Government Code chapter 252, the city would be precluded from reimbursing a person for costs incurred for work not performed pursuant to a competitively bid contract
Excess or surplus insurance coverage, municipality's purchase of is not exempt from competitive bidding requirements|Selection of "sole broker of record," municipality's selection of is not exempt from competitive bidding requirements|Municipality must use competitive bidding to purchase excess or surplus insurance coverage and to select "sole broker of record"
Code Construction Act rule that when amendments are irreconcilable latest in date of enactment prevails does not apply when legislature has provided specific instructions regarding conflicting bills passed in same session|Minority business enterprises, municipal program to award public contracts to does not create an exemption to competitive bidding|Minority business enterprises, requirements for municipal program to award public contracts to
Community development block grant funds, expenditure of subject to state competitive bidding laws|Community development block grant funds, municipality must expend in accordance with state competitive bidding laws|Competitive bidding laws apply to contract with nonprofit corporation for expenditure of municipality's community development block grant funds|Competitive bidding laws apply to expenditure of community development block grant funds
City garbage collection service, exemption from competitive bidding statute for contract with temporary day labor agency to provide day laborers for|Temporary day labor agency to provide day laborers for city garbage collection service, exemption from competitive bidding statute for contract with
Competitive proposals, statutory requirements regarding do not apply to competitive proposal process authorized by other law|Professional services exempt from competitive bidding, municipality has discretion to determine whether contract is for
Security guard contracts, city may not require bidders for to provide health insurance benefits to their employees because the requirement does not relate to the quality of security guard services