Honorable Rodney Ellis, Chair, Senate Committee on Government Organization
John S. O'Brien, Director, Legislative Budget Board
SB1533 by Fraser (Relating to the transfer of certain state property from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to Burnet County.), As Introduced
No significant fiscal implication to the State is anticipated.
The bill would require the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) not later than November 1, 2007 to transfer to Burnet County real property described in Subsection (d) of the bill. Burnet County shall use the property transferred under this Act to benefit the public interest of the state. The bill further requires that if Burnet County uses the property for any other purpose, ownership of the property automatically reverts to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
The TDCJ and the General Land Office have determined that the costs associated with implementing the bill are not anticipated to be significant.
Local Government Impact
Because the bill would not have statewide impact on units of local government of the same type or class, no comment from this office is required by the rules of the House/Senate as to its probable fiscal implication on units of local government.
305 General Land Office and Veterans' Land Board, 696 Department of Criminal Justice