Texas Water Code
Sec. § 57.019
Findings and Judgment


(a)

Before the commissioners court determines that the district should be created, it must find:

(1)

that the petition is signed by the owners of a majority of the acreage in the proposed district;

(2)

that notice of the hearing was given;

(3)

that the proposed improvements are desirable, feasible, and practicable; and

(4)

that the proposed improvements would be a public utility and a public benefit and would be conducive to public health.

(b)

If the commissioners court determines that the district should be created, it shall render a judgment which recites its findings and establishes the district.

(c)

The commissioners court shall include its findings and judgment in an order which shall be recorded in the minutes of the commissioners court. The order shall define the boundaries of the district, but it does not have to include all of the land described in the petition if at the hearing a modification or change in the district is found to be necessary.
Acts 1971, 62nd Leg., p. 110, ch. 58, Sec. 1, eff. Aug. 30, 1971.
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