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Water Control And Improvement Districts

Summaries

KP-0110
Ken Paxton

Water Code 49.052(a)(2) - Court is likely to construe 49.052(a)(2) to disqualify employee of county attorney's office from serving as water control and improvement district board member in same county when county attorney also provides professional legal services to the water control and improvement district

GA-0077
Greg Abbott

Water control and improvement district, director of, prohibited from serving as district employee in any capacity other than that of general manager|Common-law incompatibility prohibits director of water control and improvement district from serving as district employee in any capacity other than that of general manager

GA-0849
Greg Abbott

Position of general manager of a water district is not incompatible with the position of city manager|City manager of a home-rule city is not an officer within the common-law doctrine of incompatibility if he is subject to appointment and removal by city council|General manager of, not an officer|Conversion into a municipal utility district

GA-0923
Greg Abbott

Proper prosecutorial entity to prosecute a violation of a water control and improvement district ordinance under chapter 51 of the Water Code will generally depend on the court in which the citation or complaint is filed

GA-1011
Greg Abbott

Water control and improvement district authority to regulate weed control and illegal dumping|Authority of district to regulate weed control and illegal dumping

DM-0269
Dan Morales

Terms of office of Board of Directors of El Paso Water Control and Improvement District created by special law, governing law|Uniform election date, board of directors of El Paso Water Control and Improvement District should select under chapter 41 of Election Code|Acts of improperly elected directors, validity of

JC-0556
John Cornyn

Right-of-way, water corporation may lay fixtures in county after notifying county but need not notify county before repairing existing fixtures; county may require water corporation to remove or relocate fixtures at corporation's expense|Right-of-way, water corporation must obtain municipality's consent before laying water system pipes, mains, or conductors through municipal; municipality may require water corporation to remove or relocate fixtures at corporation's expense|Right-of-way, district that is water corporation subject to chapter 402 of the Local Government Code must obtain municipality's consent before laying water system fixtures through municipal, but must only notify county before laying fixtures in county; co