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Title: White man's burden: A Dallas suburb struggles with its sudden diversity
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, 2009, 101 :16 ,pg 14- 17
Subjects: Irving (Tex.) - Municipal government Spink Tom Election districts - Single member Gears Herbert
Additional Information: ID: 44; Photographs of Irving mayor and city councilmembers: Herbert Gears, Rose Cannaday, Allen E. Meagher, Lewis Patrick, Joe Phillip, Sam Smith, Tom Spink, Rick Stopfer, and Beth Van Duyne.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 81007
 
Title: Legal Q&A
Authors: Njuguna,Evelyn W.
Source: Texas Town and City, 2008, 95 :8    
Subjects: Municipal government--Volunteers
Additional Information: ID: 9988; How is volunteer status determined under the Fair Labor Standards Act? May a city compensate a volunteer? May a city employee also serve as a volunteer for the city? Would a city be liable for the actions of its volunteer? Would a city be liable
Ref ID: 49092
 
Title: Welcome to the world of local government
Authors: Martin,Sharon
Source: Texas Town and City, 2008, 95 :6 ,pg 10- 11
Subjects: Municipal government
Additional Information: ID: 9966; Reprinted from the June 2004 issue of Texas Town and City.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 48471
 
Title: Legal Q&A
Authors: Houston,Scott
Source: Texas Town and City, 2008, 95 :4    
Subjects: Municipal government - Purchasing
Additional Information: ID: 7898; Competitive procurement of goods.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47695
 
Title: Legal Q&A
Authors: Houston,Scott
Source: Texas Town and City, 2008, 95 :9    
Subjects: Municipal government
Additional Information: ID: 9999; Addressing problem of lots with weeds and rubbish.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47698
 
Title: Transforming local government through technology
Authors: Shark,Alan R.
Source: Texas Town and City, 2008, 95 :9 ,pg 30- 34
Subjects: Technology and municipal government
Additional Information: ID: 10005; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49811
 
Title: Succession planning: The time has arrived
Authors: Cooper,Kelly
Source: Texas Town and City, 2008, 95 :1 ,pg 12- 14
Subjects: Colleyville (Tex.) - Municipal government Municipal employees - Retirement
Additional Information: ID: 8613; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46288
 
Title: Telling our story
Authors: Pearson,Todd
Source: Texas Town and City, 2008, 95 :1 ,pg 10- 11
Subjects: Texas Municipal League (TML) Municipal government
Additional Information: ID: 8612; Message to the TML Annual Conference and Exhibition.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49295
 
Title: Five common mistakes on municipal web sites
Authors: Hunt,Jim
Source: Texas Town and City, 2007, 94 :10 ,pg 10- 11
Subjects: Web site development Municipal government
Additional Information: ID: 5451; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47786
 
Title: Grants: The $400 billion question
Authors: Jones,Leticia A.
Source: Texas Town and City, 2007, 94 :5 ,pg 28- 30
Subjects: Federal aid to municipal government
Additional Information: ID: 6103; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47921
 
Title: Legal Q&A
Authors: Njuguna,Evelyn W.
Source: Texas Town and City, 2007, 94 :8    
Subjects: Political ethics Municipal government - Purchasing - Law and legislation Texas Ethics Commission
Additional Information: ID: 5152; Chapter 176 of the Local Government Code.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49088
 
Title: Sweatshop solution?
Authors: Hightower,Jim
Source: Texas Observer, 2007, 99 :15 ,pg 23-  
Subjects: Municipal government - Purchasing Sweatshops
Additional Information: ID: 6378; SweatFree Communities.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47434
 
Title: Legal Q&A
Authors: Houston,Scott
Source: Texas Town and City, 2007, 94 :9    
Subjects: Rural real property Annexation (Municipal government) - Law and legislation
Additional Information: ID: 5421; Development agreements.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47693
 
Title: Legal Q&A
Authors: Longley,Bill
Source: Texas Town and City, 2007, 94 :4    
Subjects: Municipal government - Real property
Additional Information: ID: 7504; Discussed: Highest bid, lease of property, notice and bidding.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 48288
 
Title: Who said CAVE people are extinct?
Authors: Burton,Dorothy
Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :6 ,pg 12- 13
Subjects: Municipal government - Public relations
Additional Information: ID: 3110; CAVE: Citizens Against Virtually Everything.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 45986
 
Title: Cultural awareness and diversity in municipalities: The importance of understanding
Authors: Martin,Sharon D.
Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :7 ,pg 21- 22
Subjects: Municipal government Diversity in the workplace
Additional Information: ID: 3123; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 48472
 
Title: Solving the retiree health care crisis through GASB 45 funding programs
Authors: Yu,Dennis
Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :7 ,pg 24- 25
Subjects: Health insurance - Law and legislation Municipal government - Accounting
Additional Information: ID: 3124; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50906
 
Title: Legal Q&A
Authors: Hoang,Kathryn
Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :1    
Subjects: Sexual harassment Municipal government
Additional Information: ID: 4632; What constitutes sexual harassment; Can a city be held liable; What defenses are available; What are possible penalties; What is retaliation; How can cities prevent harassment and limit liability?; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47524
 
Title: What are the ten most common questions the TML Legal Services Department receives from city officials?
Authors: Houston,Scott
Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :6 ,pg 16- 18
Subjects: Property tax Referendum Public utilities Roads Municipal government - Charitable contributions Municipal employees - Dismissal of Annexation (Municipal government) Open Meetings Act
Additional Information: ID: 3112; 1. Can citizens vote on the initial adoption of property taxes? 2. Can we submit an ordinance to citizen referendum? 3. How can a city increase collections on delinquent utility bills? 4. How do we abandon or close an existing or platted street?
Ref ID: 47688
 
Title: The critical need to move from public debate to community dialogue
Authors: McLain,Lewis F. Jr;Stokes,Mark;Morgan,Kathy
Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :8 ,pg 28- 31
Subjects: Municipal government
Additional Information: ID: 2275; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 48726
 
Title: Twenty-five ways city officials can help youngsters learn about local government
Authors:
Source: Texas Town and City, 2006, 93 :11 ,pg 36- 37
Subjects: Municipal government - Study and teaching
Additional Information: ID: 2452; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 41758
 
Title: Comptroller news: Local government; El Paso to be reviewed
Authors:
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2006, : ,pg Online-  
Subjects: El Paso (Tex.) - Municipal government - Rating of
Additional Information: ID: 3741; Local Government Management Review.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 42365
 
Title: Local governments in Texas
Authors:
Source: Texas Town and City, 2005, 92 :1 ,pg 16- 19
Subjects: Municipal government City managers
Additional Information: ID: 1298; Tables: 1-Typical duties of a city manager; 2-Typical city charter provisions.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 41309
 
Title: Annexation: It isn't a four-letter word
Authors:
Source: Texas Town and City, 2005, 92 :1 ,pg 30- 31
Subjects: Annexation (Municipal government)
Additional Information: ID: 1307; Graph: The impact of significant restrictions on annexation capacity on business activity in Texas--Losses as of 2030.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 41318
 
Title: Suggestions for public service
Authors: Mosher,Ernie
Source: Texas Town and City, 2005, 92 :6 ,pg 14- 16
Subjects: Municipal government
Additional Information: ID: 1223; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 48962
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