1945 Book 2 Texas Attorney General Reports and Opinions 1 (1945)

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OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF TEXAS
AUSTIN
GROVER SELLERS
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Honorable 0. 0. Randle
CoUty Attorney
1ills County
Waabahie, Texas                -    7
Deer Sir:                  ppinion N   0-
Re: Whet       lia Co ty
can lego       en funds
out of the Pe   no
ovement       o the
p * of buildi    and
a I a building with
the Ct y of Enmis?
Your letter, requ t1    t   opinion of this
department on the ab    state que ion reada in part
as followus
he           i  is as  t   sa Deputy Tax
Assessor- 01 otor'   of  a* in   e City of ani,
am provid   f   in A   01 1605, sad amented in
1957, prov      for t       tenanet of m office
is     town         t a    Te thousand population,
a or    as the on     a
e  ity a      a wishes to build a memorial
lding o the veterans of World War 2, In the
0  y of    I    The County would like to build a
of t       1itg to maintain a Deputy Tax
se or- 1    otor's office, and the balance of
ma   b   4    to be built by the City of Innis.
ION Or: Can the County legally expend
funds out or the Permanent Improvement Fea4 for
this purpose?
NQUSTION TWO: Can the County jointly with
the City of Ennis build the above proposed building
and use the Pemanent Improvement Funds for same?
I cite the case of Danoy vs. Davidaon, S.W,
2nd 183-195.

ND COMMuNCATION #6 TO BE CONSTRUED At A DEPARTMENTAL OPINION UNLESS APPROVED BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OR FiRST ASSISTANT

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