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Title: The state of Texas: What cities spend per capita
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Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :22    
Subjects: Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 380; Table: Arlington, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and Brownsville.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89843
 
Title: Legal Q&A
Authors: Sandlin,Bennett
Source: Texas Town and City, 2008, 95 :5    
Subjects: Economic development Sales tax Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 9956; What is a neighborhood empowerment zone? How is it adopted? What may a city do within one? How is property tax abatement conducted? How are sales tax rebates conducted? What is a municipal development corporation (MCD)? How are MDCs funded? How
Ref ID: 49764
 
Title: Small cities' corner: Active investment strategy tools and techniques for small governments: Part one
Authors: Goodale,Andrew W.
Source: Texas Town and City, 2008, 95 :3    
Subjects: Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 7887; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46978
 
Title: Small cities' corner: Active investment strategy tools and techniques for small governments: Part two
Authors: Goodale,Andrew W.;Sandlin,Bennett
Source: Texas Town and City, 2008, 95 :5    
Subjects: Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 9955; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46979
 
Title: 2008 Annual TML Taxation and Debt Survey results are available
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Source: Texas Town and City, 2008, 95 :3 ,pg 18-  
Subjects: Municipal finance Municipal utilities
Additional Information: ID: 7891; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 44188
 
Title: Municipal fiscal conditions are strong...but not all cities share in the success
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Source: Texas Town and City, 2007, 94 :3 ,pg 12- 14
Subjects: Municipal finance Property tax Sales tax
Additional Information: ID: 7264; Tables: 1-Municipal revenue; 2-Revenue conditions by population; 3-Change in property tax rates; 4-Effective tax rates; 5-Extraordinary municipal costs; 6-Fee increases; 7-Cost-saving measures; 8-If revenues remain constant or diminish, what wil
Ref ID: 43906
 
Title: Online Public Funds Investment Act Training: It fits your schedule
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Source: Texas Town and City, 2007, 94 :7 ,pg 24- 25
Subjects: Municipal finance - Law and legislation
Additional Information: ID: 6193; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 43344
 
Title: Small cities' corner: Revenue for Texas cities
Authors: Jennings,don
Source: Texas Town and City, 2007, 94 :7    
Subjects: Public utilities Municipal finance Swinford David Panhandle Revenue Recovery Association Texas Revenue Recovery Association (TRRA)
Additional Information: ID: 6185; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47875
 
Title: Municipal financing tools
Authors: Greiner,Ron
Source: Texas Town and City, 2007, 94 :6 ,pg 14- 15
Subjects: Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 6181; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47031
 
Title: Funds, funds, funds
Authors: Hart,Leita
Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :2 ,pg 10- 12
Subjects: Municipal finance Fund accounting
Additional Information: ID: 3776; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47161
 
Title: The sources of municipal revenue
Authors: Sturzl,Frank
Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :6 ,pg 14- 15
Subjects: Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 3111; Tables: 1-Percent of the general fund; 2-Population categories; 3-Analysis by areas of Texas.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50401
 
Title: Legal Q&A
Authors: Sandlin,Bennett
Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :6    
Subjects: Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 3108; Drainage fees.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49759
 
Title: Us, too? Yes, every city is affected by Public Funds Investment laws
Authors: Sandlin,Bennett
Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :1 ,pg 14- 15
Subjects: Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 4636; Public Funds Investment Act.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49760
 
Title: Small cities' corner: Beware of the good financial times
Authors: Wood,Len
Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :2    
Subjects: Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 3774; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50829
 
Title: I rotate my tires. Should I do the same with our city's auditors?
Authors: Belt,Robert
Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :10 ,pg 16+-  
Subjects: Municipal finance - Auditing
Additional Information: ID: 2439; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 45455
 
Title: TML presents ONLINE public funds investment training
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Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :8 ,pg 24-  
Subjects: Texas Municipal League (TML) Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 2274; Texas Public Funds Investment Act.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 41702
 
Title: 2006 TML Taxation and Debt Survey results are available
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Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :2 ,pg 14-  
Subjects: Taxation Municipal finance Texas Municipal League (TML)
Additional Information: ID: 3777; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 42383
 
Title: 2006 annual TML Taxation and Debt Survey results are available
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Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :3    
Subjects: Texas Municipal League (TML) Taxation Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 3936; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 42418
 
Title: The basics of budgeting for newly elected officials
Authors: McLain,Lewis F. Jr
Source: Texas Town and City, 2005, 92 :6 ,pg 20- 22
Subjects: Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 1225; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 48725
 
Title: Legal Q&A
Authors: Sandlin,Bennett
Source: Texas Town and City, 2005, 92 :6    
Subjects: Property tax Sales tax Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 1220; Topics: Abatement of municipal sales tax, adoption of property tax rate, abatement of property tax, donation of property, candidates for city office who are delinquent in property tax, and the Public Funds Investment Act.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49753
 
Title: 2005 tax and budget deadlines
Authors: Sandlin,Bennett
Source: Texas Town and City, 2005, 92 :7 ,pg 10- 12
Subjects: Municipal finance Taxation
Additional Information: ID: 1368; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49757
 
Title: Municipal fiscal conditions are improving, but inflation and growth create need for revenue
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Source: Texas Town and City, 2005, 92 :3 ,pg 10- 13
Subjects: Municipal finance Taxation Public utilities
Additional Information: ID: 151; Figures: 1-Municipal revenue; 2-Revenue conditions by population; 3-Change in property tax rates; 4-Nominal tax rate relative to effective rate; 5-Fee increases; 6-Other budget actions; 7-If revenues remain constant or diminish, what will cities do? Table: Average fee increases (2003 and 2005) for utilities.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 40777
 
Title: 2004 annual TML taxation and debt survey
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Source: Texas Town and City, 2005, 92 :3 ,pg 16- 31
Subjects: Municipal finance Public utilities Taxation
Additional Information: ID: 153; Table by population: Total net taxable, Gross tax rate, G.O. bond indebtedness, Revenue bond indebtedness, Total certificates of obligation, Municipal utilities and facilities, and date Fiscal Year begins.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 40778
 
Title: Where do Texas cities get their money?
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Source: Texas Town and City, 2005, 92 :1 ,pg 20- 21
Subjects: Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 1299; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 41310
 
Title: The impact of management on credit ratings
Authors: London,Boyd
Source: Texas Town and City, 2004, 91 :4 ,pg 12- 14
Subjects: Credit ratings Management Municipal finance
Additional Information: ID: 27437; Standard and Poor's rating scale.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 78652
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