review the ordinance’s effects on the community and on problems the ordinance was intended to remedy;
conduct public hearings on the need to continue the ordinance; and
abolish, continue, or modify the ordinance.
A juvenile curfew ordinance expires if a city does not review and readopt it every three years.
For more information on this issue, please contact the TML Legal Department at (512) 231-7400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sales Tax Sourcing Rule Changes: Comptroller Extends Comment Period to April 3, 2020
After receiving several requests from interested parties, the comptroller has extended by 60 days the comment period on recently-proposed sales tax rule changes that would alter sourcing for internet orders under certain circumstances. Interested cities now have until April 3, 2020 to submit their written comments to the comptroller.
Please contact Bill Longley, TML Legislative Counsel, with questions at email@example.com or 512-231-7400.
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