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  • Cities Can’t Adopt Resolutions in Support of State Constitutional Amendments

    At the November 7, 2017, general election, Texas voters will be asked to approve or reject three amendments to the Texas Constitution that will directly affect cities. City officials may personally support or oppose the amendments, but remember that a city council is prohibited

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  • City-Related Constitutional Amendment Propositions

    Three out of seven proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution on the November 5 ballot directly affect Texas cities. The following information about the propositions is taken directly from the Texas secretary of state’s website:

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  • TML Annual Conference Update (9/8//2017)

    While Hurricane Harvey caused damage throughout Houston, it skirted the downtown core and the City is open for business. After connecting with city officials who were affected by the storm and assessing safety and other conditions in and around Houston, TML has decided to hold the October 3-6 TML Annual Conference and Exhibition as planned.

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  • Resources for Cities Post-Hurricane Harvey

    Get the support you need with this helpful index of city, state, and federal resources.

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  • Member Needs Bulletin Board

    TML has set up a member needs bulletin board to help cities impacted by the Hurricane Harvey Disaster connect to support and resources. Check the board to see how you can help, or let us know what help you need.

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