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HB 1889, 70th Regular Session
Authorizing cities to enter into developer participation contracts without compliance with the competitive sealed bidding procedure required in the Bond and Warrant Law of 1931.

Last action: Effective in 90 days-8/31/87

Author: Bill Arnold
Sponsor: Eddie Johnson

Remarks: Special Subcommittee on Competitive Bidding: Anderson- Chair, Barrientos, Leedom. Senate Conferees: Johnson- Chair, Sims, Barrientos, McFarland, Montford. House Conferees: Arnold- Chair, Aikin, Blair, Uher, H. Cuellar.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1987, 70th R.S.,ch. 782, General and Special Laws of Texas

Bill Analyses:
Senate Committee Report (Senate Research Center)

Subjects:
City Government--General
COMPETITIVE BIDDING

House Committee: Urban Affairs (George Pierce, Gwyn Shea, Jerry Beauchamp, Bill Blackwood, Fred Blair, Al Edwards, Orlando Garcia, Steve Holzheauser, Eddie Lucio, Jr., Kenny Marchant, Paul Moreno, Kae Patrick, Anthony Polumbo)
Minutes: May 6 1987
Senate Committee: Intergovernmental Relations (Hugh Parmer, John Leedom, Richard Anderson, Kenneth Armbrister, Gonzalo Barrientos, J.E. Brown, Eddie Johnson, Bill Sims, Frank Tejeda, John Whitmire, Judith Zaffirini)
Minutes: May 23 1987 | May 27 1987

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