By Hawley H.B. No. 1363 76R4988 PAM-F A BILL TO BE ENTITLED 1-1 AN ACT 1-2 relating to the transfer of certain state property from the Texas 1-3 Department of Criminal Justice to Karnes County. 1-4 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS: 1-5 SECTION 1. (a) Not later than October 31, 1999, the Texas 1-6 Department of Criminal Justice shall transfer to Karnes County, for 1-7 consideration to which the parties mutually agree, the real 1-8 property described by Subsection (d) of this section. 1-9 (b) Consideration for the transfer authorized by Subsection 1-10 (a) of this section may be in the form of an agreement between the 1-11 parties that requires Karnes County to use the property for a 1-12 purpose that benefits the public interest of the state. If the 1-13 consideration for the transfer is in the form of an agreement 1-14 described by this subsection: 1-15 (1) Karnes County may use the property transferred 1-16 under this Act only for a purpose that benefits the public interest 1-17 of the state; and 1-18 (2) ownership of the property automatically reverts to 1-19 the Texas Department of Criminal Justice if Karnes County no longer 1-20 uses the property for a purpose that benefits the public interest 1-21 of the state. 1-22 (c) The Texas Department of Criminal Justice shall transfer 1-23 the property by an appropriate instrument of transfer. If the 1-24 consideration for the transfer is in the form of an agreement 2-1 described by Subsection (b) of this section, the instrument of 2-2 transfer must include a provision that: 2-3 (1) requires Karnes County to use the property for a 2-4 purpose that benefits the public interest of the state; and 2-5 (2) indicates that ownership of the property 2-6 automatically reverts to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice 2-7 if Karnes County no longer uses the property for a purpose that 2-8 benefits the public interest of the state. 2-9 (d) The real property to which Subsection (a) of this 2-10 section refers is described as follows: 2-11 Being 0.312 acres of land, a part of the Jose Antonio Leal Survey, 2-12 Abstract No. 184, lying and being situated within the corporate 2-13 limits of the City of Karnes City, Texas. The said 0.312 acre tract 2-14 also being all of Lots Nos. 13 & 14 and the South 16' of Lot No. 12 2-15 (FIRST TRACT) and all of Lots Nos. 15 & 16 (SECOND TRACT), all 2-16 being in Block No. 21 of the City of Karnes City, Texas, and also 2-17 being described in a GIFT DEED from Victor F. Sickenius, et al, to 2-18 City of Karnes City, dated November 20, 1990, and recorded in 2-19 Volume 610, Pages 643-646, of the Deed Records of Karnes County, 2-20 Texas. 2-21 The said 0.312 acre tract being more particularly described by 2-22 metes and bounds as follows: 2-23 BEGINNING at a 3/4" iron pipe found set in the East boundary of 2-24 said Block No. 21; the same being the West boundary of North 2-25 Market Street, for the occupied Southeast corner of Lot No. 16 and 2-26 the occupied Southeast corner of said City of Karnes City property; 2-27 the same being the Southeast corner of this 0.312 acre tract and 3-1 being S. 03 degrees W.-153' from the Northeast corner of said Block 3-2 No. 21, at a point of intersection with the South boundary of East 3-3 Buchel Street and the West boundary of said North Market Street. 3-4 THENCE: N. 87 degrees W.-115.0', to a 3/4" iron pipe found set in 3-5 the East boundary of a 20' alley, for the occupied Southwest corner 3-6 of said Lot No. 16 and the occupied Southwest corner of said City 3-7 of Karnes City property; the same being the Southwest corner of 3-8 this 0.312 acre tract. 3-9 THENCE: N. 03 degrees E. along the East boundary of said 20' alley, 3-10 a distance of 118.0' to a 1/2" iron pipe found set for the occupied 3-11 Northwest corner of said City of Karnes City property and the 3-12 Northwest corner of this 0.312 acre tract, and being S. 03 degrees 3-13 W.-35' from an iron pipe found set for the occupied Northwest 3-14 corner of Lot No. 11, at a point of intersection with the South 3-15 boundary of said East Buchel Street and the East boundary of said 3-16 20' alley. 3-17 THENCE: S. 87 degrees E.-115.0', to a point in the East boundary of 3-18 said Block No. 21; the same being the West boundary of said North 3-19 Market Street, for the Northeast corner of said City of Karnes City 3-20 property and the Northeast corner of this 0.312 acre tract. 3-21 THENCE: S. 03 degrees W. along the East boundary of said Block No. 3-22 21 and the West boundary of said North Market Street, a distance of 3-23 118.0' to the point of BEGINNING and CONTAINING 0.312 acres of 3-24 land. 3-25 Surveyed on the ground on March 24, 1994, under the supervision of 3-26 Syl. Dworaczyk, Jr., Registered Professional Land Surveyor No. 3-27 1272. (CHAS. KLUMPP, JR. & CO. - Karnes City, Texas.) 4-1 SECTION 2. The importance of this legislation and the 4-2 crowded condition of the calendars in both houses create an 4-3 emergency and an imperative public necessity that the 4-4 constitutional rule requiring bills to be read on three several 4-5 days in each house be suspended, and this rule is hereby suspended, 4-6 and that this Act take effect and be in force from and after its 4-7 passage, and it is so enacted.