Law:Title 11. Public Safety. Subtitle C. Public Safety Provisions Applying To More Than One Type Of Local Government from Chapter 370. Miscellaneous Provisions Relating To Municipal And County Health And Public Safety (Texas)

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Subtitle C. Public Safety Provisions Applying To More Than One Type Of Local Government

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Chapter 370. Miscellaneous Provisions Relating To Municipal And County Health And Public Safety

Section  370.001.  Health Contracts In Border Municipalities Or Counties.

The governing body of a municipality or county that has a boundary that is contiguous with the border between this state and the Republic of Mexico may contract with a border municipality or state in the Republic of Mexico to provide or receive health services.

Added by Acts 1991, 72nd Leg., ch. 769, Sec. 1, eff. Aug. 26, 1991.



Section  370.002.  Review Of Juvenile Curfew Order Or Ordinance.

(a) Before the third anniversary of the date of adoption of a juvenile curfew ordinance by a general-law municipality or a home-rule municipality or an order of a county commissioners court, and every third year thereafter, the governing body of the general-law municipality or home-rule municipality or the commissioners court of the county shall:

(1)  review the ordinance or order's effects on the community and on problems the ordinance or order was intended to remedy;

(2)  conduct public hearings on the need to continue the ordinance or order; and

(3)  abolish, continue, or modify the ordinance or order.

(b)  Failure to act in accordance with Subsections (a)(1)-(3) shall cause the ordinance or order to expire.

Added by Acts 1995, 74th Leg., ch. 262, Sec. 96, eff. May 31, 1995.



Section  370.003.  Municipal Or County Policy Regarding Enforcement Of Drug Laws.

The governing body of a municipality, the commissioners court of a county, or a sheriff, municipal police department, municipal attorney, county attorney, district attorney, or criminal district attorney may not adopt a policy under which the entity will not fully enforce laws relating to drugs, including Chapters 481 and 483, Health and Safety Code, and federal law.

Added by Acts 1997, 75th Leg., ch. 971, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1997.



Section 370.004.  Notice Of Damaged Fence.

(a) A peace officer employed by a political subdivision of this state who investigates or responds to an incident in which a motor vehicle damages a fence shall, if the peace officer reasonably believes that the fence is intended to contain livestock or other animals:

(1)  immediately determine the owner of the land on which the damaged fence is located; and

(2)  notify the owner of the type and extent of the damage, if the owner has registered with the political subdivision in accordance with Subsection (c).

(b)  A peace officer is not liable to an owner of land or any other person for damage resulting from the peace officer's failure to notify the owner under Subsection (a).

(c)  A landowner must provide an agency or department of a political subdivision that employs peace officers with the following information if the landowner would like a peace officer of that agency or department to notify the landowner of damage under Subsection (a):

(1)  the landowner's name, address, and telephone number; and

(2)  the location and a description of the landowner's property.

Added by Acts 2007, 80th Leg., R.S., Ch. 330, Sec. 2, eff. September 1, 2007.


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