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  H.B. No. 4694
 
 
 
 
  relating to the creation of the SH130 Municipal Management District
  No. 1; providing authority to issue bonds; providing authority to
  impose assessments, fees, and taxes.
         BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS:
         SECTION 1.  Subtitle C, Title 4, Special District Local Laws
  Code, is amended by adding Chapter 3971 to read as follows:
  CHAPTER 3971.  SH130 MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT DISTRICT NO. 1
  SUBCHAPTER A.  GENERAL PROVISIONS
         Sec. 3971.0101.  DEFINITIONS.  In this chapter:
               (1)  "Board" means the district's board of directors.
               (2)  "City" means the City of Austin.
               (3)  "Director" means a board member.
               (4)  "District" means the SH130 Municipal Management
  District No. 1.
         Sec. 3971.0102.  NATURE OF DISTRICT. The district is a
  special district created under Section 59, Article XVI, Texas
  Constitution.
         Sec. 3971.0103.  PURPOSE; DECLARATION OF INTENT. (a) The
  creation of the district is essential to accomplish the purposes of
  Sections 52 and 52-a, Article III, and Section 59, Article XVI,
  Texas Constitution, and other public purposes stated in this
  chapter.
         (b)  By creating the district and in authorizing the city and
  other political subdivisions to contract with the district, the
  legislature has established a program to accomplish the public
  purposes set out in Section 52-a, Article III, Texas Constitution.
         (c)  The creation of the district is necessary to promote,
  develop, encourage, and maintain employment, commerce,
  transportation, housing, tourism, recreation, the arts,
  entertainment, economic development, safety, and the public
  welfare in the district.
         (d)  This chapter and the creation of the district may not be
  interpreted to relieve the city from providing the level of
  services provided as of the effective date of the Act enacting this
  chapter to the area in the district. The district is created to
  supplement and not to supplant city services provided in the
  district.
         Sec. 3971.0104.  FINDINGS OF BENEFIT AND PUBLIC PURPOSE.
  (a) All land and other property included in the district will
  benefit from the improvements and services to be provided by the
  district under powers conferred by Sections 52 and 52-a, Article
  III, and Section 59, Article XVI, Texas Constitution, and other
  powers granted under this chapter.
         (b)  The district is created to serve a public use and
  benefit.
         (c)  The creation of the district is in the public interest
  and is essential to further the public purposes of:
               (1)  developing and diversifying the economy of the
  state;
               (2)  eliminating unemployment and underemployment; and
               (3)  developing or expanding transportation and
  commerce.
         (d)  The district will:
               (1)  promote the health, safety, and general welfare of
  residents, employers, potential employees, employees, visitors,
  and consumers in the district, and of the public;
               (2)  provide needed funding for the district to
  preserve, maintain, and enhance the economic health and vitality of
  the district territory as a community and business center;
               (3)  promote the health, safety, welfare, and enjoyment
  of the public by providing pedestrian ways and by landscaping and
  developing certain areas in the district, which are necessary for
  the restoration, preservation, and enhancement of scenic beauty;
  and
               (4)  provide for water, wastewater, drainage, road, and
  recreational facilities for the district.
         (e)  Pedestrian ways along or across a street, whether at
  grade or above or below the surface, and street lighting, street
  landscaping, parking, and street art objects are parts of and
  necessary components of a street and are considered to be a street
  or road improvement.
         (f)  The district will not act as the agent or
  instrumentality of any private interest even though the district
  will benefit many private interests as well as the public.
         Sec. 3971.0105.  INITIAL DISTRICT TERRITORY. (a) The
  district is initially composed of the territory described by
  Section 2 of the Act enacting this chapter.
         (b)  The boundaries and field notes contained in Section 2 of
  the Act enacting this chapter form a closure. A mistake in the
  field notes or in copying the field notes in the legislative process
  does not affect the district's:
               (1)  organization, existence, or validity;
               (2)  right to issue any type of bonds for the purposes
  for which the district is created or to pay the principal of and
  interest on the bonds;
               (3)  right to impose or collect an assessment or tax; or
               (4)  legality or operation.
         Sec. 3971.0106.  ELIGIBILITY FOR INCLUSION IN SPECIAL ZONES.
  All or any part of the area of the district is eligible to be
  included in:
               (1)  a tax increment reinvestment zone created under
  Chapter 311, Tax Code; or
               (2)  a tax abatement reinvestment zone created under
  Chapter 312, Tax Code.
         Sec. 3971.0107.  APPLICABILITY OF MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT
  DISTRICTS LAW. Except as otherwise provided by this chapter,
  Chapter 375, Local Government Code, applies to the district.
         Sec. 3971.0108.  CONSTRUCTION OF CHAPTER. This chapter
  shall be liberally construed in conformity with the findings and
  purposes stated in this chapter.
  SUBCHAPTER B. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
         Sec. 3971.0201.  GOVERNING BODY; TERMS. (a) The district is
  governed by a board of five elected directors who serve staggered
  terms of four years.
         (b)  Directors are elected in the manner provided by
  Subchapter D, Chapter 49, Water Code.
         Sec. 3971.0202.  COMPENSATION; EXPENSES. (a) The district
  may compensate each director in an amount not to exceed $150 for
  each board meeting. The total amount of compensation for each
  director in one year may not exceed $7,200.
         (b)  A director is entitled to reimbursement for necessary
  and reasonable expenses incurred in carrying out the duties and
  responsibilities of the board.
         Sec. 3971.0203.  INITIAL DIRECTORS. (a) The initial board
  consists of the following directors:
 
Pos. No. Name of Director
 
1 Warren Hayes
 
2 Stephen Shang
 
3 Jim Young
 
4 Robert Walker
 
5 Albert Hawkins
         (b)  Initial directors serve until permanent directors are
  elected under Section 3971.0201.
  SUBCHAPTER C. POWERS AND DUTIES
         Sec. 3971.0301.  GENERAL POWERS AND DUTIES. The district
  has the powers and duties necessary to accomplish the purposes for
  which the district is created.
         Sec. 3971.0302.  IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS AND SERVICES. (a) The
  district, using any money available to the district for the
  purpose, may provide, design, construct, acquire, improve,
  relocate, operate, maintain, or finance an improvement project or
  service authorized under this chapter or Chapter 375, Local
  Government Code.
         (b)  The district may contract with a governmental or private
  entity to carry out an action under Subsection (a). 
         (c)  The implementation of a district project or service is a
  governmental function or service for the purposes of Chapter 791,
  Government Code.
         Sec. 3971.0303.  NONPROFIT CORPORATION. (a) The board by
  resolution may authorize the creation of a nonprofit corporation to
  assist and act for the district in implementing a project or
  providing a service authorized by this chapter.
         (b)  The nonprofit corporation:
               (1)  has each power of and is considered to be a local
  government corporation created under Subchapter D, Chapter 431,
  Transportation Code; and
               (2)  may implement any project and provide any service
  authorized by this chapter.
         (c)  The board shall appoint the board of directors of the
  nonprofit corporation. The board of directors of the nonprofit
  corporation shall serve in the same manner as the board of directors
  of a local government corporation created under Subchapter D,
  Chapter 431, Transportation Code, except that a board member is not
  required to reside in the district.
         Sec. 3971.0304.  LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES. To protect the
  public interest, the district may contract with a qualified party,
  including the city, to provide law enforcement services in the
  district for a fee.
         Sec. 3971.0305.  MEMBERSHIP IN CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS.
  The district may join and pay dues to a charitable or nonprofit
  organization that performs a service or provides an activity
  consistent with the furtherance of a district purpose.
         Sec. 3971.0306.  ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS. (a) The
  district may engage in activities that accomplish the economic
  development purposes of the district.
         (b)  The district may establish and provide for the
  administration of one or more programs to promote state or local
  economic development and to stimulate business and commercial
  activity in the district, including programs to:
               (1)  make loans and grants of public money; and
               (2)  provide district personnel and services.
         (c)  The district may create economic development programs
  and exercise the economic development powers provided to
  municipalities by:
               (1)  Chapter 380, Local Government Code; and
               (2)  Subchapter A, Chapter 1509, Government Code.
         Sec. 3971.0307.  PARKING FACILITIES. (a) The district may
  acquire, lease as lessor or lessee, construct, develop, own,
  operate, and maintain parking facilities or a system of parking
  facilities, including lots, garages, parking terminals, or other
  structures or accommodations for parking motor vehicles off the
  streets and related appurtenances.
         (b)  The district's parking facilities serve the public
  purposes of the district and are owned, used, and held for a public
  purpose even if leased or operated by a private entity for a term of
  years.
         (c)  The district's parking facilities are parts of and
  necessary components of a street and are considered to be a street
  or road improvement.
         (d)  The development and operation of the district's parking
  facilities may be considered an economic development program.
         Sec. 3971.0308.  ADDING OR EXCLUDING LAND. The district may
  add or exclude land in the manner provided by Subchapter J, Chapter
  49, Water Code, or by Subchapter H, Chapter 54, Water Code.
         Sec. 3971.0309.  DISBURSEMENTS AND TRANSFERS OF MONEY. The
  board by resolution shall establish the number of directors'
  signatures and the procedure required for a disbursement or
  transfer of district money.
         Sec. 3971.0310.  NO EMINENT DOMAIN POWER. The district may
  not exercise the power of eminent domain.
  SUBCHAPTER D. ASSESSMENTS
         Sec. 3971.0401.  PETITION REQUIRED FOR FINANCING SERVICES
  AND IMPROVEMENTS WITH ASSESSMENTS. (a) The board may not finance a
  service or improvement project with assessments under this chapter
  unless a written petition requesting that service or improvement
  has been filed with the board.
         (b)  A petition filed under Subsection (a) must be signed by
  the owners of a majority of the assessed value of real property in
  the district subject to assessment according to the most recent
  certified tax appraisal roll for the county.
         Sec. 3971.0402.  ASSESSMENTS; LIENS FOR ASSESSMENTS. (a)
  The board by resolution may impose and collect an assessment for any
  purpose authorized by this chapter in all or any part of the
  district.
         (b)  An assessment, a reassessment, or an assessment
  resulting from an addition to or correction of the assessment roll
  by the district, penalties and interest on an assessment or
  reassessment, an expense of collection, and reasonable attorney's
  fees incurred by the district:
               (1)  are a first and prior lien against the property
  assessed;
               (2)  are superior to any other lien or claim other than
  a lien or claim for county, school district, or municipal ad valorem
  taxes; and
               (3)  are the personal liability of and a charge against
  the owners of the property even if the owners are not named in the
  assessment proceedings.
         (c)  The lien is effective from the date of the board's
  resolution imposing the assessment until the date the assessment is
  paid. The board may enforce the lien in the same manner that the
  board may enforce an ad valorem tax lien against real property.
         (d)  The board may make a correction to or deletion from the
  assessment roll that does not increase the amount of assessment of
  any parcel of land without providing notice and holding a hearing in
  the manner required for additional assessments.
  SUBCHAPTER E. TAXES AND BONDS
         Sec. 3971.0501.  TAX ELECTION REQUIRED. The district must
  hold an election in the manner provided by Chapter 49, Water Code,
  or, if applicable, Chapter 375, Local Government Code, to obtain
  voter approval before the district may impose an ad valorem tax.
         Sec. 3971.0502.  OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE TAX. (a) If
  authorized by a majority of the district voters voting at an
  election under Section 3971.0501, the district may impose an
  operation and maintenance tax on taxable property in the district
  in the manner provided by Section 49.107, Water Code, for any
  district purpose, including to:
               (1)  maintain and operate the district;
               (2)  construct or acquire improvements; or
               (3)  provide a service.
         (b)  The board shall determine the operation and maintenance
  tax rate. The rate may not exceed the rate approved at the
  election.
         Sec. 3971.0503.  AUTHORITY TO BORROW MONEY AND TO ISSUE
  BONDS AND OTHER OBLIGATIONS. (a) The district may borrow money on
  terms determined by the board.
         (b)  The district may issue bonds, notes, or other
  obligations payable wholly or partly from ad valorem taxes,
  assessments, impact fees, revenue, contract payments, grants, or
  other district money, or any combination of those sources of money,
  to pay for any authorized district purpose.
         (c)  The limitation on the outstanding principal amount of
  bonds, notes, or other obligations provided by Section 49.4645,
  Water Code, does not apply to the district.
         Sec. 3971.0504.  BONDS SECURED BY REVENUE OR CONTRACT
  PAYMENTS. The district may issue, without an election, bonds
  secured by:
               (1)  revenue other than ad valorem taxes, including
  contract revenues; or
               (2)  contract payments, provided that the requirements
  of Section 49.108, Water Code, have been met.
         Sec. 3971.0505.  BONDS SECURED BY AD VALOREM TAXES;
  ELECTIONS. (a) If authorized at an election under Section
  3971.0501, the district may issue bonds payable from ad valorem
  taxes.
         (b)  Section 375.243, Local Government Code, does not apply
  to the district.
         (c)  At the time the district issues bonds payable wholly or
  partly from ad valorem taxes, the board shall provide for the annual
  imposition of a continuing direct annual ad valorem tax, without
  limit as to rate or amount, for each year that all or part of the
  bonds are outstanding as required and in the manner provided by
  Sections 54.601 and 54.602, Water Code.
         (d)  All or any part of any facilities or improvements that
  may be acquired by a district by the issuance of its bonds may be
  submitted as a single proposition or as several propositions to be
  voted on at the election.
         Sec. 3971.0506.  BONDS AND OTHER OBLIGATIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT
  UNDER AGREEMENT. If the improvements financed by an obligation
  will be conveyed to or operated and maintained by a municipality or
  retail utility provider pursuant to an agreement between the
  district and the municipality or retail utility provider entered
  into before the issuance of the obligation, the obligation may be in
  the form of bonds, notes, or other obligations payable wholly or
  partly from assessments, issued by public or private sale, in the
  manner provided by Subchapter A, Chapter 372, Local Government
  Code.
         Sec. 3971.0507.  CONSENT OF MUNICIPALITY REQUIRED. (a) The
  board may not issue bonds until each municipality in whose
  corporate limits or extraterritorial jurisdiction the district is
  located has consented by ordinance or resolution to the creation of
  the district and to the inclusion of land in the district.
         (b)  This section applies only to the district's first
  issuance of bonds payable from ad valorem taxes.
  SUBCHAPTER F. SALES AND USE TAX
         Sec. 3971.0601.  APPLICABILITY OF CERTAIN TAX CODE
  PROVISIONS. (a)  Chapter 321, Tax Code, governs the imposition,
  computation, administration, enforcement, and collection of the
  sales and use tax authorized by this subchapter except to the extent
  Chapter 321, Tax Code, is inconsistent with this chapter.
         (b)  For the purposes of this subchapter, a reference in
  Chapter 321, Tax Code, to a municipality or the governing body of a
  municipality is a reference to the district or the board,
  respectively.
         Sec. 3971.0602.  ELECTION; ADOPTION OF TAX. (a) The
  district may adopt a sales and use tax if:
               (1)  the city consents to the adoption of the tax; and
               (2)  the tax is authorized by a majority of the voters
  of the district voting at an election held for that purpose.
         (b)  Subject to city consent under Subsection (a), the board
  by order may call an election to authorize the adoption of the sales
  and use tax. The election may be held on any uniform election date
  and in conjunction with any other district election.
         (c)  The district shall provide notice of the election and
  shall hold the election in the manner prescribed by Section
  3971.0501.
         (d)  The ballot shall be printed to provide for voting for or
  against the proposition: "Authorization of a sales and use tax in
  the SH130 Municipal Management District No. 1 at a rate not to
  exceed ____ percent" (insert rate of one or more increments of
  one-eighth of one percent).
         Sec. 3971.0603.  SALES AND USE TAX RATE. (a) Not later than
  the 10th day after the date the results are declared of an election
  held under Section 3971.0602 at which the voters authorized
  imposition of a tax, the board shall provide by resolution or order
  the initial rate of the tax, which must be in one or more increments
  of one-eighth of one percent.
         (b)  After the authorization of a tax under Section
  3971.0602, the board may decrease the rate of the tax by one or more
  increments of one-eighth of one percent.
         (c)  The board may not decrease the rate of the tax if the
  decrease would impair the repayment of any outstanding debt or
  obligation payable from the tax.
         (d)  The initial rate of the tax or any rate resulting from
  subsequent decreases may not exceed the lesser of:
               (1)  the maximum rate authorized at the election held
  under Section 3971.0602; or
               (2)  a rate that, when added to the rates of all sales
  and use taxes imposed by other political subdivisions with
  territory in the district, would result in the maximum combined
  rate prescribed by Section 321.101(f), Tax Code, at any location in
  the district.
         Sec. 3971.0604.  NOTIFICATION OF RATE CHANGE.  The board
  shall notify the comptroller of any changes made to the tax rate
  under this subchapter in the same manner the municipal secretary
  provides notice to the comptroller under Section 321.405(b), Tax
  Code.
         Sec. 3971.0605.  USE OF REVENUE. Revenue from the sales and
  use tax imposed under this subchapter is for the use and benefit of
  the district and may be used for any district purpose. The district
  may pledge all or part of the revenue to the payment of bonds,
  notes, or other obligations, and that pledge of revenue may be in
  combination with other revenue, including tax revenue, available to
  the district.
         Sec. 3971.0606.  ABOLITION OF TAX. (a)  Except as provided
  by Subsection (b), the board may abolish the tax imposed under this
  subchapter without an election.
         (b)  The board may not abolish the tax imposed under this
  subchapter if the district has any outstanding debt or obligation
  secured by the tax, and repayment of the debt or obligation would be
  impaired by the abolition of the tax.
         (c)  If the board abolishes the tax, the board shall notify
  the comptroller of that action in the same manner the municipal
  secretary provides notice to the comptroller under Section
  321.405(b), Tax Code.
         (d)  If the board abolishes the tax or decreases the tax rate
  to zero, a new election to authorize a sales and use tax must be held
  under Section 3971.0602 before the district may subsequently impose
  the tax.
  SUBCHAPTER G. HOTEL OCCUPANCY TAX
         Sec. 3971.0701.  DEFINITION. In this subchapter, "hotel"
  has the meaning assigned by Section 156.001, Tax Code.
         Sec. 3971.0702.  APPLICABILITY OF CERTAIN TAX CODE
  PROVISIONS.  (a)  For the purposes of this subchapter:
               (1)  a reference in Chapter 352, Tax Code, to a county
  is a reference to the district; and
               (2)  a reference in Chapter 352, Tax Code, to the
  commissioners court is a reference to the board.
         (b)  Except as inconsistent with this subchapter, Subchapter
  A, Chapter 352, Tax Code, governs a hotel occupancy tax authorized
  by this subchapter, including the collection of the tax, subject to
  the limitations prescribed by Sections 352.002(b) and (c), Tax
  Code.
         Sec. 3971.0703.  TAX AUTHORIZED; USE OF REVENUE. (a)  The
  district may not impose a hotel occupancy tax unless the city
  consents to the imposition.
         (b)  The district may impose the hotel occupancy tax for:
               (1)  any purpose authorized under Chapter 351, Tax
  Code; or
               (2)  the construction, operation, or maintenance of a
  sports-related facility of the district if the city is authorized
  to impose the tax under Section 351.002, Tax Code, for that purpose
  that:
                     (A)  has a notable impact on tourism and hotel
  activity; and
                     (B)  is available to the public.
         Sec. 3971.0704.  TAX RATE.  The amount of the hotel occupancy
  tax may not exceed seven percent of the price paid for a room in a
  hotel.
         Sec. 3971.0705.  INFORMATION.  The district may examine and
  receive information related to the imposition of hotel occupancy
  taxes to the same extent as if the district were a county.
  SUBCHAPTER I. DISSOLUTION
         Sec. 3971.0901.  DISSOLUTION. (a) The board shall dissolve
  the district on written petition filed with the board by the owners
  of:
               (1)  66 percent or more of the assessed value of the
  property subject to assessment by the district based on the most
  recent certified county property tax rolls; or
               (2)  66 percent or more of the surface area of the
  district, excluding roads, streets, highways, utility
  rights-of-way, other public areas, and other property exempt from
  assessment by the district according to the most recent certified
  county property tax rolls.
         (b)  The board by majority vote may dissolve the district at
  any time.
         (c)  The district may not be dissolved by its board under
  Subsection (a) or (b) if the district:
               (1)  has any outstanding debt until that debt has been
  repaid or defeased in accordance with the order or resolution
  authorizing the issuance of the debt;
               (2)  has a contractual obligation to pay money until
  that obligation has been fully paid in accordance with the
  contract; or
               (3)  owns, operates, or maintains public works,
  facilities, or improvements unless the district contracts with
  another person for the ownership and operation or maintenance of
  the public works, facilities, or improvements.
         (d)  Sections 375.261, 375.262, and 375.264, Local
  Government Code, do not apply to the district.
         SECTION 2.  The SH130 Municipal Management District No. 1
  initially includes all territory contained in the following area:
  Tract 1: Being a 23.92 acre tract or parcel of land, situated in the
  Oliver Buckman Survey, Number 40, Abstract 60, Travis County,
  Texas, and being the remainders of "Tract 1", a called 20.00 acre
  tract of land, "Tract 2", a called 5.00 acre tract of land and
  "Tract 3", a called 20.05 acre tract of land, all as conveyed to
  Hayes Modular Group, Inc., recorded in Document No. 2009120857,
  Official Public Records of Travis County, Texas, save and except
  that portion conveyed to the State of Texas in Document
  No. 2005052171, Official Public Records of Travis County, Texas,
  also being the remainder of that certain called 5.15 acre tract of
  land conveyed to Hayes Trucking Service, Inc., recorded in Document
  No. 2003226321, Official Public Records of Travis County, Texas,
  save and except that portion described in a Possession and Use
  Agreement for Transportation Purposes, recorded in Document
  No. 2006027200, Official Public Records of Travis County, Texas,
  and being more particularly described as follows:
  BEGINNING at a 1/2" iron rod found on the east line of that certain
  tract of land called 402.07 acres, as described in a deed to the
  City of Austin, recorded in Volume 3428, Page 565, Deed Records of
  Travis County, Texas, marking the northwest corner of the said
  Tract 3, also marking the southeast corner of that certain tract of
  land called 269.22 acres, as described in a deed to Ann Bloor
  Schryver, recorded in Volume 8251, Page 216, Deed Records of Travis
  County, Texas, for the northwest corner hereof;
  THENCE, with the north line of the said Tract 3, the south line of
  the said Schryver tract, S 62° 16' 13" E, passing the northwest
  corner of the said Tract 2, for a distance of 619.37 feet to a 1/2"
  iron rod found on the north line of the said Tract 3 and the north
  line of the said Tract 2, being on the west right-of-way of State
  Highway 130, as described in a deed to the State of Texas, recorded
  in Document No. 2005052171, Official Public Records of Travis
  County, Texas, marking the northeast corner of the said remainder
  of Tract 2 and Tract 3, for the northeast corner hereof;
  THENCE, with the west right-of-way of State Highway 130, the east
  line of the remainders of Tract 2 and Tract 3, S 31° 20' 06" W, 646.66
  feet to a 1/2" iron rod found, marking the southeast corner of the
  remainder of Tract 3 and the northeast corner of the remainder of
  Tract 1, for an angle point hereof;
  THENCE, with the west right-of-way of State Highway 130 and the east
  line of the said remainder of Tract 1, S 24° 47' 53" W, 710.79 feet to
  an iron rod found with an aluminum cap marked "TXDOT" on the
  northeast line of the remainder of the said Hayes Trucking tract, on
  the southwest right-of-way of State Highway 130, marking the
  southeast corner of the said Remainder of Tract 1, for an angle
  point hereof;
  THENCE, with the southwest right-of-way of State Highway 130 and
  the northeast line of the remainder of the said Hayes Trucking
  tract, S 15° 27' 52" E, 50.67 feet to a calculated point on the
  southwest line of the said State Highway 130 tract recorded in
  Document No. 2005052171, marking the most northerly corner of that
  certain tract of land called 0.474 of an acre as described in a
  Possession and Use Agreement for Transportation Purposes, recorded
  in Document No. 2006027200, Official Public Records of Travis
  County, Texas, also marking the most easterly southeast corner of
  the remainder of the said Hayes Trucking tract, for an angle point
  hereof;
  THENCE, with the west right-of-way of State Highway 130 and the east
  line of the remainder of the said Hayes Trucking tract, the
  following three (3) calls:
  S 48° 58' 27" W, 147.87 feet to a calculated point for an angle point
  hereof;
  N 89° 08' 20" W, 42.86 feet to an iron rod found with an aluminum cap
  marked "TXDOT" for an angle point hereof;
  S 40° 50' 32" W, 90.78 feet to an iron rod found with an aluminum cap
  marked "TXDOT" on the north right-of-way of Farm to Market Highway
  973, marking the southwest corner of the said Possession and Use
  Agreement tract, also marking the most southerly southeast corner
  of the remainder of the said Hayes Trucking tract, for the southeast
  corner hereof;
  THENCE, with the north right-of-way of Farm to Market Highway 973
  and the south line of the remainder of the said Hayes Trucking
  tract, N 88° 59' 51" W, 607.68 feet to a 1/2" iron rod found, marking
  the southwest corner of the remainder of the said Hayes Trucking
  tract, also marking the southeast corner of that certain tract of
  land called 77.52 acres, as described in a deed to the City of
  Austin, recorded in Volume 3555, Page 1196, Deed Records of Travis
  County, Texas, for the southwest corner hereof;
  THENCE, with the west line of the remainders of the said Hayes
  Trucking tract, Tract 1 and Tract 3, the following four (4) calls:
  With the east line of the said City of Austin 77.52 acre tract, N 29°
  02' 43" E, 345.28 feet to a 1/2" iron rod found marking the
  northwest corner of the remainder of the said Hayes Trucking tract
  and the southwest corner of the remainder of the said Tract 1;
  N 29° 04' 04" E, passing the northeast corner of the said City of
  Austin 77.52 acre tract and the southeast corner of the said City of
  Austin 402.07 acre tract, 439.37 feet to a round head bolt found on
  the west line of the said Tract 1 remainder, for an angle point
  hereof;
  With the east line of the said City of Austin 402.07 acre tract, N
  27° 07' 24" E, 478.47 feet to a 1/2" iron rod found marking the
  northwest corner of the said Tract 1 remainder and the southwest
  corner of the said Tract 3 remainder, for an angle point hereof;
  With the east line of the said City of Austin 402.07 acre tract, N
  27° 03' 16" E, 648.87 feet to the PLACE OF BEGINNING, and containing
  23.92 acres of land in all, more or less, based on a map or plat
  prepared by Holt Carson, Inc. on October 4, 2011.
  Tract 2: Being a 61.484 acre tract or parcel of land, situated in
  the Oliver Buckman Survey No. 40, Abstract 60, and the Reuben
  Hornsby Survey No. 17, Abstract 15, in Travis County, Texas, being
  all of that certain tract of land called Tract 3A, 94.910 acres, as
  described in a deed to William D. Wittliff and wife, Salty B.
  Wittliff, recorded in Volume 12034, Page 325, Real Property Records
  of Travis County, Texas, Save and Except that certain tract of land
  called 31.676 acres, as described in an agreed judgment to the State
  of Texas, recorded in Document No. 2013046364, Official Public
  Records of Travis County, Texas, and being more particularly
  described as follows:
  BEGINNING at an iron rod found at a fence comer, on the north line of
  the said Wittliff tract, being on the east right-of-way of State
  Highway 130, marking the northeast comer of the said 31.676 acre
  tract, also marking the southwest comer of that certain tract of
  land called 7 .306 acres, as described in a deed to Bobby Gosey and
  wife, Sheldon Gosey, recorded in Document No. 2012151067, Official
  Public Records of Travis County, Texas, for the northwest comer
  hereof;
  THENCE, with the south tine of the said Gosey tract and the north
  line of the said Wittliff tract, S 63° 17' 08" E, 1098.03 feet, to a
  calculated point in a 2 'x2' rock column fence comer on the west
  right-of-way of Gilbert Lane, for the southeast comer of the said
  Gosey tract and the northeast comer of the said Wittliff tract, for
  the northeast comer hereof;
  THENCE, with the west right-of-way of Gilbert Lane and the east line
  of the said Wittliff tract, the following three (3) calls:
  S 08° 31' 11" W, 496.94 feet to an iron rod found at the beginning of
  a curve to the right;
  With said curve to the right, having a radius of 1148.47 feet, a
  chord bears S 19° 03' 50" W, 421.11 feet, for an arc distance of
  423.50 feet to an iron rod found at the end of said curve;
  S 29° 41' 17" W, 571.46 feet to a calculated point in a 2'x2' rock
  column fence comer, marking the northeast comer of that certain
  tract of land called Tract 1: 159.06 acres, as described in a deed
  to Vincent DiMare III Trust on 2012. Recorded in document
  No. 2013222143, Official Public Records of Travis County, Texas,
  also marking the southeast comer of the said Wittliff tract, for the
  southeast comer hereof;
  THENCE, with the north line of the said DiMare tract and the south
  line of the said Wittliff tract, the following three (3) calls:
  N 60° 42' 55" W, 188.79 feet to an iron rod found at the beginning of
  a curve to the left;
  With said curve to the left, having a radius of 1351.54 feet, a
  chord bears N 80° 38' 14" W, 934.29 feet, for an arc distance of
  953.97 feet to an iron rod found at the end of said curve;
  S 79° 08' 00" W, 1042.53 feet to an iron rod found on the approximate
  west line of the said Oliver Buckman Survey and the east line of the
  said Reuben Hornsby Survey, marking an angle point in the said
  DiMare tract, also marking the most southerly southwest corner of
  the said Wittliff tract, for the most southerly southwest corner
  hereof;
  THENCE, with the approximate west tine of the said Buckman Survey
  and the approximate east line of the said Hornsby Survey, an east
  line of the said DiMare tract and a west line of the said Wittliff
  tract, N 26° 50' 36" E, 123.00 feet to an iron rod found for an angle
  point in the DiMare tract and the Wittliff tract;
  THENCE, with the north line of the said DiMare tract and the south
  line of the said Wittliff tract, the following three (3) calls:
  N 37° 35' 23" W, 30.60 feet to a l 2" tree stump fence post; N 85° 11'
  11" W, 17 .07 feet, to a IO" tree stump fence post;
  N 63° 50' 59" W, 59. 72 feet to a 2" pipe fence comer post on the east
  right-of-way of State Highway l 30, marking the southeast comer of
  the said 3 l .676 acre tract, marking the northwest comer of the
  said DiMare tract, for the most westerly southwest corner hereof;
  THENCE, crossing the said Wittliff tract, with the east
  right-of-way of State Highway l 30 and the east line of the said
  31.676 acre tract, the following two (2) calls:
  N 45" 36' 23" E, at 539.60 feet, pass an iron rod found with a cap
  marked Inland, for a total distance of 2039.47 feet to an iron rod
  found;
  N 39° 27' 15" E, 314.97 feet to the PLACE OF BEGINNING and containing
  61.484 acres of land, more or less.
  Tract 3: FIELD NOTES DESCRIPTION OF 715.48 ACRES OF LAND OUT OF THE
  JAMES GILLELAND SURVEY NUMBER 13 AND THE THOMAS TOULSON SURVEY
  NUMBER 12, TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS, BEING ALL OF THAT CERTAIN TRACT
  CALLED PARCEL 1 TRACT 1, ALL OF THAT CERTAIN TRACT CALLED PARCEL 1
  TRACT II, ALL OF THAT CERTAIN TRACT CALLED PARCEL 2 TRACT I AND ALL
  OF THAT CERTAIN TRACT CALLED PARCEL 2 TRACT II IN A DEED TO GRAGG
  INTERESTS, LTD, RECORDED IN VOLUME 11561, PAGE 1637 OF THE REAL
  PROPERTY RECORDS OF TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS, THE SAID PARCEL 1 TRACT I
  BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS 236.08 ACRES IN A DEED TO
  CHARLES H. MORRISON RECORDED IN VOLUME 3103, PAGE 382 OF THE DEED
  RECORDS OF TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS AND THE SAID PARCEL 1 TRACT II BEING
  MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS 168.2 ACRES IN A DEED TO GARY
  MORRISON RECORDED IN VOLUME 3124, PAGE 1120 OF THE DEED RECORDS OF
  TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS. THE SAID PARCEL 2 TRACT 1 BEING ALL OF THAT
  CERTAIN 236.08 ACRES CALLED SECOND TRACT CONVEYED TO THOMAS WARREN
  BURLESON IN AN EXECUTOR'S AND PARTITION DEED RECORDED IN VOLUME
  3049, PAGE 1609 OF THE DEED RECORDS OF TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SAVE
  AND EXCEPT THE PORTION LOCATED IN THE 41.432 ACRE TRACT, CALLED TO
  BE SAVED AND EXCEPTED IN THE DESCRIPTION OF THE SAID PARCEL 2 TRACT
  II. THE SAID PARCEL 2 TRACT II BEING ALL OF THAT CERTAIN 236.08 ACRE
  TRACT CALLED SECOND TRACT CONVEYED TO BAYLOR EUGENE BURLESON IN AN
  EXECUTOR'S AND PARTITION DEED RECORDED IN VOLUME 3049, PAGE 1619 OF
  THE DEED RECORDS OF TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SAVE AND EXCEPT THAT TRACT
  DESCRIBED AS 117.986 ACRES IN A DEED TO BETTY JANE LAWRENCE RECORDED
  IN VOLUME 10837, PAGE 154 OF THE REAL PROPERTY RECORDS OF TRAVIS
  COUNTY, TEXAS AND SAVE AND EXCEPT THAT PORTION LOCATED IN THE SAID
  41.432 ACRE TRACT, CALLED TO BE SAVED AND EXCEPTED IN THE
  DESCRIPTION OF THE SAID PARCEL 2 TRACT II. THE SAID 715.48 ACRES OF
  LAND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS AS
  FOLLOWS:
  BEGINNING at a fence corner post found on the south line of F.M.
  Highway 969, the same being the north line of the said 236.08 acre
  Thomas Warren Burleson tract, at the northeast corner of the said
  Parcel 2, Tract I and the northwest corner of the said 41.432 acre
  Save and Except tract, from which a concrete right-of-way monument
  found, called to be at Station 617+00.7, according to Texas
  Department of Transportation maps, bears S 72°09'54" E, 875.35 feet;
  THENCE, traversing the interior of the said 236.08 acre Thomas
  Warren Burleson tract and the said 236.08 acre Baylor Eugene
  Burleson tract, along the westerly and southerly lines of the said
  41.432 acre Save and Except tract, being common lines with the said
  Parcel 2, Tract I and the said Parcel 2, Tract II, the following
  four (4) courses and distances:
         1)S 27°53'06" W, 703.43 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc., from which a fence corner post
  found bears N 48°43' E, 1.6 feet;
         2)S31°21'54" E, 272.57 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc., from which a 3/4 inch diameter
  iron pipe found bears S 23°37;E, 1.50 feet;
         3)S 30°25;54: E, 272.57 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc.;
         4)S 62°29'36: E, 43.00 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc. in the interior of the said
  236.08 acre Baylor Eugene Burleson tract, at an exterior corner of
  the said 117.986 acre Betty Jane Lawrence tract, and northeast
  corner of the said Parcel 2, Tract II, from which a fence corner
  post found bears N 85°55'W, 1.9 feet and a 1/2 inch diameter steel
  pin found at the southeast corner of the said 41.432 acre Save and
  Except tract bears S62°29'36" E, 903.59 feet;
  THENCE, S 27°54'57" W, a distance of 4993.00 feet to a 1/2 inch
  diameter steel pin set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc. In the
  interior of the said 236.08 acre Baylor Eugene Burleson tract at the
  southwest corner of the said 117.986 acre Lawrence tract, the same
  being an interior corner of the said Parcel 2, Tract II, from which
  a fence corner post found bears N 02°50' W, 0.9 feet;
  THENCE, S62°29'17" E, a distance of 1003.46 feet to a 1/2 inch
  diameter steel pin found on the east line of the said 236.08 acre
  Baylor Eugene Burleson tract, at the southeast corner of the said
  117.986 acre Lawrence tract, and being an exterior corner of the
  said Parcel 2, Tract II, from which a fence corner post found bears
  S88°11'W, 1.7 feet;
  THENCE, S27°55'09" W, a distance of 3147.99 feet to an iron pipe
  found at the southeast corner of the said 236.08 acre Baylor Eugene
  Burleson tract and the said Parcel 2, Tract II, from which the
  present centerline of Gilleland Creek bears S 27°55'09" W, 693.93
  feet;
  THENCE, along the south line of the said 236.08 acre Baylor Eugene
  Burleson tract and the said Parcel 2, Tract II, the following six
  (6) courses and distances:
         1)N 42°10'37" W, 125.04 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  found;
         2)N 37°00'37" W, 257.22 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc.;
         3)N 30°21'17" W, 176.02 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc;
         4)N 44°21'37" W, 164.44 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  found;
         5)N 51°16'37" W, 118.36 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  found;
         6)N 50°11'37" W, 355.28 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc. at the southwest corner of the
  said 236.08 acre Baylor Eugene Burleson tract and the said Parcel 2,
  Tract II, the same being the southeast corner of the said 236.08
  acre Thomas Warren Burleson tract and the said Parcel 2, Tract I;
  THENCE, along and with the south line of the said 236.08 acre Thomas
  Eugene Burleson tract and the said Parcel 2, Tract 1, the following
  three (3) courses and distances:
         1)N 50°20'03" W, 167.78 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz Assoc;
         2)N 64°45'03" W, 223.61 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc;
         3)N 54°35'03" W, 85.62 feet to a point at the intersection
  with the present centerline of Gilleland Creek, the same being the
  east line of that certain 732.18 acre tract called Tract Three
  conveyed to William Karl Rison in a Partition Deed recorded in
  Volume 11686, Page 684 of the Real Property Records of Travis
  County, Texas;
  THENCE, along the approximate centerline of Gilleland Creek, being
  the west line of the said Parcel 2, Tract I, the west line of the
  said Parcel 1, Tract II and the west line of the said Parcel 1, Tract
  1, the centerline of Gilleland Creek also being the east line of the
  said 732.18 acre William Karl Rison tract, the east line of that
  certain 464.75 acre tract called Tract Three conveyed to Charles
  Wilson Hackett, Jr. in the said Partition Deed recorded in Volume
  11686, page 684 of the Real Property Records of Travis County,
  Texas, the east line of Twin Creek Meadows, a subdivision of record
  in Book 83, pages 121A-122C of the Plat Records of Travis County,
  Texas and the east line of that certain 157.763 acre tract described
  in a deed to Jack D. Shaw, Sr. and wife, Betty R. Shaw recorded in
  Volume 8304, Page 250 of the Real Property Records of Travis County,
  Texas, the following one-hundred & seventy-four (174) courses and
  distances:
         1)N 21°07'51" W, 119.68 feet to a point;
         2)N 32°11'53" W, 121.33 feet to a point;
         3)N 64°17'33" W, 74.37 feet to a point;
         4)N 77°46'49" W, 62.86 feet to a point;
         5)N 49°27'13" W, 111.95 feet to a point;
         6)N 38°01'21" W, 67.54 feet to a point;
         7)N 29°20'25" W, 45.76 feet to a point;
         8)N 10°24'43" W, 239.47 feet to a point;
         9)N 16°50'03" W, 200.68 feet to a point;
         10)N 22°49'16" W, 149.75 feet to a point;
         11)N 02°35'51" W, 47.20 feet to a point;
         12)N 60°54'27" W, 77.59 feet to a point;
         13)S 78°06'31" W, 159.40 feet to a point;
         14)S 84°23'42" W, 70.65 feet to a point;
         15)N 64°54'15" W, 37.91 feet to a point;
         16)N 42°55'05" W, 177.12 feet to a point;
         17)N 27°00'12" W, 121.62 feet to a point;
         18)N 20°31'51" W, 57.20 feet to a point;
         19)N 27°40'32" E, 51.58 feet to a point;
         20)N 64°22'50" E, 49.64 feet to a point;
         21)N 71°19'41" E, 167.54 feet to a point;
         22)N 66°21'43" E, 138.83 feet to a point;
         23)N 72°07'46" E, 87.42 feet to a point;
         24) N 81°38'05" E, at 83.44 feet passing the intersection with
  Elm Branch for a common corner of the said 732.18 acre William Karl
  Rison tract and the said 464.75 acre Charles Wilson Hackett, Jr.
  tract, and continuing a total distance of 92.15 feet to a point;
         25) S 73°40'39" E, 69.77 feet to a point;
         26) S 89°00'20" E, 90.52 feet to a point;
         27) N 74°54'33" E, 110.02 feet to a point;
         28) N 64°32'15" E, 197.07 feet to a point;
         29) N 52°53'54" E, 60.90 feet to a point;
         30) N 65°43'41" E, 63.64 feet to a point;
         31) N 29°25'31" E, 150.21 feet to a point;
         32) N 24°44'29" E, 120.47 feet to a point;
         33) N 02°12'04" E, 158.83 feet to a point;
         34) N 13°00'10" W, 127.46 feet to a point;
         35) N 24°56'30" E, 165.55 feet to a point;
         36) N 29°06'17" E, 100.13 feet to a point;
         37) N 03°31'23" E, 97.42 feet to a point;
         38) N 20°07'04" E, 102.08 feet to a point;
         39) N 11°55'31" E, 72.43 feet to a point;
         40) N 20°10'49" W, 285.50 feet to a point;
         41) N 11°51'37" W, 59.35 feet to a point;
         42) N 23°47'15" W, 77.99 feet to a point;
         43) N 42°53'07" W, 228.83 feet to a point;
         44) N 38°50'02" W, 68.38 feet to a point;
         45) N 63°53'40" W, 67.10 feet to a point;
         46) N 78°00'32" W, 57.26 feet to a point;
         47) S 89°03'54" W, 110.52 feet to a point;
         48) N 75°50'30" W, 65.54 feet to a point;
         49) N 85°39'50" W, 48.83 feet to a point;
         50) N 79°58'43" W, 106.82 feet to a point;
         51) N 73°09'30" W, 165.41 feet to a point;
         52)N 84°37'13" W, 170.04 feet to a point;
         53)N 69°39'14" W, 161.46 feet to a point;
         54)N 57°17'20" W, 84.79 feet to a point;
         55)N 65°56'10" W, 104.16 feet to a point;
         56)N 73°48'53" W, 157.22 feet to a point;
         57)N 89°41'57"W, 46.42 feet to a point;
         58)N 75°33'09" W, 124.24 feet to a point;
         59)N 57°11'51" W, 102.51 feet to a point;
         60)N 37°27'55" W, 92.08 feet to a point;
         61)N 20°00'42" W, 129.64 feet to a point;
         62)N 04°34'16" E, 31.57 feet to a point;
         63)N 23°34'39" W, 32.77 feet to a point;
         64)N 44°45'11" W, 55.41 feet to a point;
         65)N 62°55'00" W, 32.67 feet to a point;
         66)N 81°58'50" W, 84.74 feet to a point;
         67)N 75°51'02" W, 141.20 feet to a point;
         68)N 68°12'39" W, 83.84 feet to a point;
         69)N 85°13'14" W, 48.91 feet to a point;
         70)N 71°50'44" W, 58.26 feet to a point;
         71)N 13°25'49" W, 105.53 feet to a point;
         72)N 01°27'16" W, 55.36 feet to a point;
         73)N 12°03'14" E, 173.31 feet to a point;
         74)N 34°19'48" E, . feet to a point;
         75)N 07°46'02" E, at 30.94 feet passing the intersection of
  Decker Branch for the southeast corner of the said Twin Creek
  Meadows subdivision, the same being a corner of the said 464.75 acre
  Charles Wilson Hackett, Jr. tract, and continuing a total distance
  of 98.65 feet to a point;
         76) N 08°48'24" W, 83.86 feet to a point;
         77) N 09°27'12" W, 85.62 feet to a point;
         78) N 06°07'48" E, 180.87 feet to a point at the common rear
  corner of Lots 20 and 21 of the said Twin Creek Meadows subdivision,
  from which a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin found on the east line of
  Decker Creek Drive at the common front corner of the said Lots 20
  and 21 bears N 47°21'06" W, 53.91 feet and N 60°36'06" W, 989.29 feet;
         79) N 16°16'48" E, 163.87 feet to a point;
         80) N 20°32'48" E, 82.09 feet to a point;
         81) N 24°00'48" E, 69.50 feet to a point;
         82) N 16°33'48" E, 69.76 feet to a point;
         83) N 37°23'48" E, 61.98 feet to a point;
         84) N 40°21'27" E, 76.96 feet to a point;
         85) N 49°21'27" E, 60.46 feet to a point;
         86) N 86°02'12" E, 91.44 feet to a point;
         87) N 28°06'12" W, 81.71 feet to a point;
         88) N 86°02'12" W, 80.77 feet to a point;
         89) N 53°36'12" W, 138.43 feet to a point;
         90) N 17°37'12" W, 58.43 feet to a point;
         91) N 27°15'12" W, 77.46 feet to a point;
         92) N 10°02'12" W, 83.40 feet to a point;
         93) N 06°38'12" W, 115.05 feet to a point;
         94) N 08°27'48" E, 75.97 feet to a point;
         95) N 01°07'12" W, 103.15 feet to a point;
         96) N 07°49'48" E, 49.66 feet to a point;
         97) N 36°44'48" E, 197.55 feet to a point;
         98) N 40°50'48" E, 104.02 feet to a point;
         99) N 32°22'48" E, 149.35 feet to a point at the common rear
  corner of Lots 27 and 28 of the said Twin Creek Meadows subdivision,
  from which a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin found on the east
  right-of-way line of Decker Creek Drive on the west line of the said
  Lot 28, at the beginning of a 60 foot radius curve, bears N 62°25'21"
  W, 446.69 feet and N 29°22'46" E, 144.21 feet;
         100) N 29°18'48" E, 151.47 feet to a point;
         101) N 15°49'48" E, 100.39 feet to a point at the northeast
  corner of the said Twin Creek Meadows subdivision and southeast
  corner of the said 157.763 acre Shaw tract;
         102) N 32°16'16" E, 186.67 feet to a point;
         103) N 66°53'45" E, 69.37 feet to a point;
         104) N 63°07'19" E, 114.58 feet to a point;
         105) N 25°42'03" E, 155.37 feet to a point;
         106) N 40°53'01" E, 47.33 feet to a point;
         107) N 83°36'08" E, 44.60 feet to a point;
         108) S 59°14'12" E, 92.35 feet to a point;
         109) S 53°56'49" E, 45.73 feet to a point;
         110) N 59°34'22" E, 45.98 feet to a point;
         111) N 21°04'27" E, 66.74 feet to a point;
         112) N 31°51'50" E, 49.95 feet to a point;
         113) N 47°15'41" E, 57.09 feet to a point;
         114) N 26°23'21" E, 170.26 feet to a point;
         115) N 37°13'19" E, 90.34 feet to a point;
         116) N 67°44'09" E, 73.83. feet to a point;
         117) S 34°48'49" E, 117.74 feet to a point;
         118) S 18°07'49" E, 86.24 feet to a point;
         119) S 63°05'14" E, 84.83 feet to a point;
         120) S 83°45'31" E, 51.65 feet to a point;
         121) S 68°49'56" E, 108.81 feet to a point;
         122) N 74°10'25" E, 76.10 feet to a point;
         123) N 55°26'04" E, 149.30 feet to a point;
         124) N 06°42'55" E, 43.34 feet to a point;
         125) N 48°28'11" E, 85.96 feet to a point;
         126) N 63°53'47" E, 139.95 feet to a point;
         127) N 65°47'12" E, 51.68 feet to a point;
         128) N 10°06'21" E, 44.58 feet to a point;
         129) N 13°09'02" W, 70.23 feet to a point;
         130) N 22°16'48" E, 65.12 feet to a point;
         131) S 83°51'42" E, 32.19 feet to a point;
         132) N 53°14'52" E, 68.27 feet to a point;
         133) S 80°25'08" E, 92.91 feet to a point;
         134) N 78°36'50" E, 88.54 feet to a point;
         135) N 58°00'33" E, 61.71 feet to a point;
         136) N 24°39'17" E, 84.20 feet to a point;
         137) N 60°09'04" E, 75.55 feet to a point;
         138) S 71°49'56" W, 42.26 feet to a point;
         139) N 88°50'36" W, 80.48 feet to a point;
         140) N 36°37'28" W, 62.68 feet to a point;
         141) N 23°17'02" E, 162.01 feet to a point;
         142) N 13°30'15" W, 118.38 feet to a point;
         143) N 23°27'28" W, 76.36 feet to a point;
         144) N 04°51'59" E, 114.74 feet to a point;
         145) N 60°03'01" W, 60.82 feet to a point;
         146) N 60°03'01" W, 132.50 feet to a point;
         147) N 01°22'12" W, 49.44 feet to a point;
         148) N 34°22'37" E, 66.00 feet to a point;
         149) N 50°55'42" E, 171.34 feet to a point;
         150) N 76°35'07" E, 60.99 feet to a point;
         151) N 53°54'01" E, 168.94 feet to a point;
         152) N 72°31'25" E, 79.23 feet to a point;
         153) S 57°46'48" E, 82.69 feet to a point;
         154) S 30°13'55" E, 97.85 feet to a point;
         155) S 08°44'30" E, 44.68 feet to a point;
         156) S 28°10'24" E, 102.81 feet to a point;
         157) S 63°59'59" E, 121.08 feet to a point;
         158) N 60°16'49" E, 45.46 feet to a point;
         159) S 86°31'48" E, 41.90 feet to a point;
         160) S 73°13'02" E, 107.79 feet to a point;
         161) N 76°40'56" E, 14.51 feet to a point;
         162) S 57°46'48" E, 32.55 feet to a point;
         163) S 89°07'42" E, 102.03 feet to a point;
         164) S 18°36'11" E, 20.56 feet to a point;
         165) S 86°28'54" E, 32.87 feet to a point;
         166) N 68°24'52" E, 64.55 feet to a point;
         167) N 14°23'09" W, 49.62 feet to a point;
         168) N 42°54'47" W, 102.34 feet to a point;
         169) N 27°56'54" W, 39.87 feet to a point;
         170) N 51°09'15" E, 36.99 feet to a point;
         171) S 87°21'40" E, 123.19 feet to a point;
         172) N 54°33'22" E, 24.59 feet to a point;
         173) N 02°43'51" W, 59.49 feet to a point;
         174) N 04°04'03" E, 63.40 feet to a point at the intersection
  with the south right-of-way line of F.M. Highway No. 969 at the
  northwest corner of the said Parcel 1, Tract I and northeast corner
  of the said 157.763 acre Shaw tract, from which a concrete
  right-of-way monument found bears S 89°46'58" W, 177.73 feet;
  THENCE, along and with the south right-of-way line of F.M. Highway
  Number 969 and north lines of the said Parcel 1, Tract I and Parcel
  2, Tract I, the following three (3) courses and distances:
         1)N 89°46'58" E, 1352.07 feet to a concrete right-of-way
  monument found;
         2)With a curve to the right, having a central angle of
  18°09'15", a radius of 1859.86 feet, an arc of 589.29 feet and a
  chord bearing and distance of S 81°15'26" E, 586.83 feet to a
  concrete right-of-way monument found;
         3)S 72°09'54" E, 908.15 feet to the PLACE OF BEGINNING,
  containing 715.48 acres of land, more or less.
  Tract 4: FIELD NOTES DESCRIPTION OF 18.53 ACRES OF LAND OUT OF THE
  THOMAS TOULSON SURVEY NUMBER 12, TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS, ALSO BEING A
  PORTION OF THAT CERTAIN TRACT CALLED TO CONTAIN 400 ACRES, CALLED
  THIRD TRACT, IN A DEED TO BAYLOR B. BURLESON AND EUGENE S. BURLESON
  RECORDED IN VOLUME 257, PAGE 508 OF THE DEED RECORDS OF TRAVIS
  COUNTY, TEXAS. THE SAID 18.53 ACRES OF LAND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
  DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS:
  BEGINNING at an iron pipe found on the east line of the said 400 acre
  Burleson tract at the southeast corner of that certain 236.08 acre
  tract called Second Tract conveyed to Baylor Eugene Burleson in an
  Executor's and Partition Deed recorded in Volume 3049, Page 1619 of
  the Deed Records of Travis County, Texas, the same being the
  southeast corner of that certain tract called Parcel 2, Tract II in
  a deed to Gragg Interests LTD, recorded in Volume 11561, Page 1637
  of the Real Property Records of Travis County, Texas;
  THENCE, S27°55'09" W, a distance of 693.93 feet along the east line
  of the said 400 acre Burleson tract to a point at the intersection
  with the present centerline of Gilleland Creek for the southeast
  corner of the said 400 acre Burleson tract;
  THENCE, with the approximate present centerline of Gilleland Creek
  and west line of the said 400 acre Burleson tract, the same being
  the east line of that certain 732.18 acre tract called Tract Three
  conveyed to William Karl Rison in a Partition Deed recorded in
  Volume 11686, Page 684 of the Real Properly Records of Travis
  County, Texas, the following thirteen (13) courses and distances:
         1)N 56°18'59" W, 52.49 feet to a point;
         2)N 61°12'22" W, 167.33 feet to a point;
         3)N 44°52'14" W, 74.35 feet to a point;
         4)N 36°22'55" W, 173.57 feet to a point;
         5)N 27°20'55" W, 170.45 feet to a point;
         6)N 17°41'10" W, 145.99 feet to a point;
         7)N 02°32'12" W, 101.23 feet to a point;
         8)N 10°04'19" W, 164.05 feet to a point;
         9)N 19°05'44" W, 185.93 feet to a point;
         10) N 21°01'07" W, 85.59 feet to a point;
         11) N 24°30'51" W, 507.79 feet to a point;
         12) N 28°36'36" W, 129.79 feet to a point;
         13) N 21°07'51" W, 50.91 feet to a point on the west line of
  that certain 236.08 acre tract called Second Tract conveyed to
  Thomas Warren Burleson in an Executor's and Partition Deed recorded
  in Volume 3049, Page 1609 of the Deed Records of Travis, County,
  Texas, the same being the west line of that certain tract called
  Parcel 2, Tract I in a deed to Gragg Interests LTD, recorded in
  Volume 11561, Page 1637 of the Real Property Records of Travis
  County, Texas;
  THENCE, along and with the west line of the said 236.08 acre Thomas
  Warren Burleson tract and the said Parcel 2, Tract I, the following
  three (3) courses and distances;
         1)S 54°35'03" E, 85.62 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc;
         2)S 64°45'03" E, 223.61 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc;
         3)S 50°20'03" E, 167.78 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc. at the southeast corner of the
  said 236.08 acre Thomas Warren Burleson tract and the said Parcel 2,
  Tract I, the same being the southwest corner of the said 236.08 acre
  Baylor Eugene Burleson tract and the said parcel 2, Tract II;
  THENCE, along and with the west line of the said 236.08 acre Baylor
  Eugene Burleson tract and the said parcel 2, Tract II, the following
  six (6) courses and distances:
         1)S 50°11'37" E, 355.28 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  found;
         2)S51°16'37" E, 118.36 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  found;
         3)S 44°21'37" E, 164.44 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc;
         4)S 30°21'17" E, 176.02 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc;
         5)S 37°00'37" E, 257.22 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  found;
         6)S 42°10'37" E, 125.04 feet to the PLACE OF BEGINNING,
  containing 18.53 acres of land, more or less.
  Tract 5: FIELD NOTES DESCRIPTION OF 117.98 ACRES OF LAND (GROSS
  AREA) OUT OF THE THOMAS TOULSON SURVEY NUMBER 12, TRAVIS COUNTY,
  TEXAS, BEING ALL OF THAT CERTAIN TRACT CALLED TO CONTAIN 117.986
  ACRES DESCRIBED IN A DEED TO BETTY JANE LAWERENCE RECORDED IN VOLUME
  10837, PAGE 154 OF THE REAL PROPERTY RECORDS OF TRAVIS COUNTY,
  TEXAS, SAVE AND EXCEPT 0.23 ACRES, BEING ALL OF THAT CERTAIN TRACT
  CALLED TO CONTAIN 0.2296 ACRES, DESCRIBED IN A DEED FROM BETTY JANE
  LAWRENCE TO MANVILLE WATER SUPPLY CORPORATION RECORDED IN VOLUME
  11545, PAGE 824 OF THE REAL PROPERTY RECORDS OF TRAVIS COUNTY,
  TEXAS, RESULTING IN A NET AREA OF 117.75 ACRES OF LAND. THE SAID
  117.75 ACRES OF LAND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND
  BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS:
  BEGINNING at a 1/2 inch diameter steel pine set with cap stamped
  Lenz & Assoc. on the curving south right-of-way line of F.M. Highway
  969 at the northeast corner of the said Lawrence tract, the same
  being at the northwest corner of that certain 9.371 acre tract
  described in a deed to Robert Gliden Kuykendall, III and Ann
  Kuykendall recoded in Volume 13232, Page 199 of the Real Property
  Records of Travis County, Texas, from which a concrete right-of-way
  monument found at the east end of said curve, called to be at
  Station 628+07.4 Bk = 628+08.8 Fwd according to Texas Department of
  Highways and Transportation maps bears a chord bearing and distance
  of S 55°04'05" E, 263.18, feet;
  Thence, S 27°55'12" W, along the east line of the said Lawrence
  tract, passing a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin found at 2.36 feet,
  passing a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin found at the southwest corner
  of the said 9.371 acre Kuykendall tract, the same being the
  northwest corner of the certain 18.357 acre tract described in the
  said deed to Kuykendall at 1052.32 feet, passing a 1/2 inch diameter
  steel pin found at the southwest corner of the said 18.357 acre
  Kuykendall tract, the same being an exterior corner of that certain
  819.425 acre tract described in a deed to Bill F. McGraw and
  Katherine H. McGraw recorded in Volume 13229, Page 2338 of the Real
  Property Records of Travis County, Texas at 2145.17 feet and
  continuing a total distance of 6264.23 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter
  steel pin found on the west line of the said McGraw tract at the
  southeast corner of the said Lawrence tract and Southeast corner of
  the Erin described tract, the same being an exterior corner of that
  certain 715.48 acre tract described in a deed to Webbers Crossing
  Ltd. recorded in Document Number 2005228084 of the Official Public
  Records of Travis County, Texas;
  THENCE, N 62°29'17" W, a distance of 1003.46 feet to a 1/2 inch
  diameter steel pin found with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc. at the
  southwest corner of the said Lawrence tract, the same being an
  interior corner of the said 715.48 acre Webbers Crossing, Ltd.
  tract;
  THENCE, N 27°54'57" E, a distance of 4993.00 feet to a 1/2 diameter
  steel pin four with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc. at an exterior corner
  of the said Lawrence tract for an angle point on the east line of the
  said 715.48 acre Webbers Crossing, Ltd. tract, the same being an
  angle point on the south line of that certain 41.432 acre Save and
  Except tract described in Parcel 2, Tract II of a deed recorded in
  Volume 11561, Page 1637 of the Real Property Records of Travis
  County, Texas;
  THENCE, S 62°29'36" E, a distance of 903.59 feet to a 1/2 inch
  diameter steel pin found at an interior corner of the said Lawrence
  tract, the same being the southeast corner of the said 41.432 acre
  Save and Except tract;
  THENCE, N 27°55'12" E, a distance of 1284.62 feet to a 1/2 inch
  diameter steel pin set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc. on the south
  right-of-way line of F.M. Highway 969 at the northerly northwest
  corner of the said Lawrence tract and northeast corner of the said
  41.432 acre Save and Except tract, from which a concrete
  right-of-way monument found in the north right-of-way line of F.M.
  Highway Number 969 bears N 53°07'06" W, 34.78 feet and N 30°11'22" E,
  80.31 feet;
  THENCE along the south right-of-way line of F.M. Highway 969, the
  following two (2) courses and distance:
         1)S 53°07'06" E, 63.79 feet to a 1/2 diameter steel pin set,
  from which a concrete right-of-way monument found on the north
  right-of-way line of F.M. Highway 969 bears N 31°55'47" E, 99.43
  feet;
         2)With a curve to the right, having a central angle of
  0°39'48", a radius of 3224.05 feet, an arc of 37.32 feet and a chord
  bearing and distance of S 57°44'20" E, 37.32 feet to the PLACE OF
  BEGINNING, containing 117.98 acres of land (Gross Area), SAVE AND
  EXCEPT the following described tract containing 0.23 acres of land
  resulting 117.75 acres (Net Area):
  0.23 ACRES OF LAND OUT OF THE THOMAS TOULSON SURVEY 12, TRAVIS
  COUNTY, TEXAS, BEING ALL OF THAT CERTAIN TRACT CONVEYED FROM BETTY
  JANE LAWRENCE TO MANVILLE WATER SUPPLY CORPORATION RECORDED IN
  VOLUME 11545, PAGE 824 OF THE REAL PROPERTY RECORDS OF TRAVIS
  COUNTY, TEXAS. THE SAID 0.23 ACRE OF LAND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
  DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUND AS FOLLOWS:
  COMMENCING at a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin found at the southeast
  corner of the above described tract:
  THENCE, N 62°29'17" W, a distance of 377.97 feet along the south line
  of the above described tract to a point;
  THENCE, N 27°30'43" E, a distance of 127.04 feet to a 1/2 inch
  diameter steel pin found in the interior of the said Lawrence tract
  at the southeast corner of the said Manville Water Supply
  Corporation tract of the PLACE OF BEGINNING of the herein described
  tract;
  THENCE, N 62°28'12" W, a distance of 99.90 feet to a 1/2 inch
  diameter steel pin found southwest corner of the said Manville
  Water Supply Corporation tract;
  THENCE, N 27°28'34" W, a distance of 99.96 feet to a 1/2 inch
  diameter steel pin found northwest corner of the said Manville
  Water Supply Corporation tract;
  THENCE, N 62°20'59" W, a distance of 99.90 feet to a 1/2 inch
  diameter steel pin found northeast corner of the said Manville
  Water Supply Corporation tract;
  THENCE, N 27°35'23" W, a distance of 99.75 feet to the PLACE OF
  BEGINNING, containing 0.23 acres of land, more or less.
  Tract 6: FIELD NOTES DESCRIPTION OF 41.39 ACRES OF LAND OUT OF THE
  THOMAS TOULSON SURVEY NUMBER 12, TRAVIS COUNTY. TEXAS. BEING A
  REMAINDER PORTION OF THAT CERTAIN 236.08 ACRE TRACT, CALLED
  SECOND TRACT, CONVEYED TO THOMAS WARREN BURLESON BY DEED
  RECORDED IN VOLUME 3049, PAGE 1609 OF THE DEED RECORDS OF TRAVIS
  COUNTY, TEXAS, ALSO BEING A REMAINDER PORTION OF THAT CERTAIN
  236.08 ACRE TRACT, CALLED SECOND TRACT, CONVEYED TO
  BAYLOR EUGENE BURLESON BY DEED RECORDED IN VOLUME 3049, PAGE 1619
  OF THE DEED RECORDS OF TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS. THE SAID 41.39 ACRES
  OF LAND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS AS
  FOLLOWS:
  BEGINNING at a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin set with cap stamped
  Lenz & Assoc. on the south right-of-way line of F.M. Highway 969, as
  described in a deed to the State of Texas recorded in Volume 1421,
  Page 174 of the Deed Records of Travis County, Texas, the same being
  the north line of the said 236.08 acre Baylor Eugene Burleson
  tract, and being at the northerly most northwest corner of that
  certain 117.75 acre tract described in a deed to James R.
  Carpenter recorded in Document Number 2006148977 of the
  Official Public Records of Travis County. Texas;
  THENCE, S 27°55'12" W, a distance of 1284.62 feet to a 1/2 inch
  diameter steel pin found at an interior corner of the said 117.75
  acre Carpenter tract;
  THENCE, N 62°29'36" W, at 903.59 feet passing a 1/2 inch
  diameter steel pin set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc. at an
  exterior corner of the said 117.75 acre Carpenter tract, the same
  being an exterior corner of that certain 715.48 acre tract
  described in a deed to Webbers Crossing, LTO recorded in
  Document Number 2005228084 of the Official Public Records of
  Travis County, Texas, and continuing a total distance of 946.59
  feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin set with cap stamped Lenz &
  Assoc. at an angle point on the east line of the said 715.48 acre
  Webbers Crossing, LTD tract;
  THENCE, along the east line of the said 715.48 acre Webbers
  Crossing, LTO tract, the following three (3) courses and distances:
  1) N 30°25'54" W, 272.57 feet to a 60d nail set on top of a fence
  corner post;
  2) N 31°21'54" W, 471.22 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin set
  with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc.;
  3) N 2°53'06" E, 703.43 feet to a fence corner post found on the
  south line of F.M. Highway Number 969 at an exterior corner of the
  said 715.48 acre Webbers Crossing, LTO tract, from which a concrete
  right-of-way monument found bears N 72°09'54" W, 908.15 feet;
  THENCE, along and with the south right-of-way line of F.M. Highway
  Number 969, the following five {5) courses and distances:
  1) S 72°09'54" E, 875.35 feet to a concrete right-of-way monument
  found;
  2) With a curve to the right, having a central angle of 03°27'57", a
  radius of 3224.05 feet, an arc of 195.02 feet and a chord bearing
  and distance of S 70°20'53" E, 194.99 feet to a concrete
  right-of-way monument found;
  3) S 73°28'24" E, 99.96 feet to a concrete right-of-way monument
  found;
  4) With a curve to the right, having a central angle of 07°02'23", a
  radius of 3234.05 feet. an arc of 397.36 feet and a chord bearing
  and distance of S 63°19'49" E, 397.11 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter
  steel pin set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc., from which a concrete
  right- of-way monument found on the north right-of-way line of F.M.
  Highway Number 969 bears N 30°11'22" E, 80.31 feet;
  5) S 53°07'06" E, 34.78 feet to the PLACE OF BEGINNING, containing
  41.39 acres of land, more or less.
  Tract 7: FIELD NOTES DESCRIPTION OF 159.802 ACRES OF LAND OUT OF THE
  JAMES GILLELAND SURVEY NO. 13 TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS. BEING ALL OF
  THAT CERTAIN TRACT CALLED 159.631 ACRES IN A TO EQUIVEST
  PROPERTIES, INC. TRUSTEE, RECORDED IN VOLUME 11205, PAGE 1205 OF
  THE REAL PROPERTY RECORDS OF TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS AND BEING MORE
  PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS TWO TRACTS, BEING 77.92 ACRES DESCRIBED
  IN A DEED TO EQUIVEST PROPERTIES, INC., TRUSTEE RECORDED IN VOLUME
  4738, PAGE 647 AND 81.90 ACRES IN A DEED TO QUIVEST PROPERTIES,
  INC., TRUSTEE RECORD ED IN VOLUME 4736, PAGE 662, BOTH OF THE DEED
  RECORDS OF TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS. THE SAID 159.802 ACRES OF LAND
  BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS AS FOLLOWS:
  BEGINNING, at a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin found at the
  intersection of the north right-of-way line of F.M. Highway Number
  969 with the west line of Burleson-Manor Road and being at the
  southeast corner of the aid 77.92 acre tract describe in Volume
  4735, Page 547 of the Deed Record of Travis County, Texas;
  THENCE, along and with the north right-of-way line of F.M. Highway
  Number 969, the following three (3) courses and distances:
         1)N 70°03'56" W, 529.64 feet to a concrete right-of-way
  monument found;
         2)With a curve to the left, having a central angle of
  18°09'25", a radius of 1959.86 feet, an arc of 621.07 feet and a
  chord bearing and distance of N 79°06'31" W, 618.48 feet to a
  concrete right-of-way monument found;
         3)N 88°07'39" W, 710.64 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc. at the southwest corner of the
  said 81.90 acre tract, the same being the southeast corner of the
  certain 79.756 acre tract described in a deed to Christopher R.
  Murray and Florentina Murry recorded in Volume 12322, Page 344 of
  the Real Property Records of Travis County, Texas, the same being
  the southeast corner of a 1.39 acre portion of the said 79.785 acre
  Murray tract described in a deed to Tremur Consulting Contractors,
  Inc. recorded in Volume 12658, Page 421 of the Real Property Records
  of Travis County, Texas, from which a concrete right-of-way
  monument found bears N 88°07'39" W, 820.07 feet and a 1/2 inch
  diameter steel pin found bears S 30°00'00" W, 0.31 feet;
  THENCE, N 30°00'00" E, along the west line of the said 81.90 acre
  tract, the same being the east line of the said 1.39 acre Tremor
  Consulting Contractors, Inc. tract and the remainder portion of the
  said 79.788 acre Murray tract, passing a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  found 0.29 feet east of line at 169.38 feet passing a 1/2 inch
  diameter steel pin found 0.28 feet west of line at 305.27 feet,
  passing a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin found 0.29 feet west of line
  at 1331.22 feet and continuing a total distance of 4303.44 feet to a
  1/2 inch diameter steel pin found at a fence corner post at the
  northwest corner of the said 81.90 acre tract, the same being the
  northeast corner of the said 79.785 acre Murray tract and being on
  the south line, as presently fenced, of that certain 72.453 acre
  tract described in a deed to Mary Frances Wisian recorded in Volume
  5208, Page 989 of the northwest corner of the said 79.785 Murray
  tract, the same being an interior corner of the said 72.453 acre
  Wisian tract bears N 50°27'54" W. 588.19 feet;
  THENCE, S 50°56'10" E, a distance of 1775.73 feet along the north
  line of the said 81.90 acre and 77.92 acre Equivest Properties, Inc.
  Trustee tracts, as presently fenced, the same being the south line
  of the said 72.453 acre Wisian tract, as presently fenced, to a
  fenced corner post on the west line of Burleson-Manor Road;
  THENCE, along and with the east line of the said 77.92 acre tract
  and west line of Burleson=-Manor Road, the following three (3)
  course and distances;
         1)S 29°52'56" W, 3129.27 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set cap stamped Lenz & Assoc.;
         2)S 44°27'00" W, 165.92 feet to a 1/2 inch diameter steel pin
  set with cap stamped Lenz & Assoc.;
  S 31°14'00" W, 413.61 feet to the PLACE OF BEGINNING, containing
  159.802 acres of land, more or less.
         SECTION 3.  (a) The legal notice of the intention to
  introduce this Act, setting forth the general substance of this
  Act, has been published as provided by law, and the notice and a
  copy of this Act have been furnished to all persons, agencies,
  officials, or entities to which they are required to be furnished
  under Section 59, Article XVI, Texas Constitution, and Chapter 313,
  Government Code.
         (b)  The governor, one of the required recipients, has
  submitted the notice and Act to the Texas Commission on
  Environmental Quality.
         (c)  The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has filed
  its recommendations relating to this Act with the governor,
  lieutenant governor, and speaker of the house of representatives
  within the required time.
         (d)  All requirements of the constitution and laws of this
  state and the rules and procedures of the legislature with respect
  to the notice, introduction, and passage of this Act have been
  fulfilled and accomplished.
         SECTION 4.  This Act takes effect immediately if it receives
  a vote of two-thirds of all the members elected to each house, as
  provided by Section 39, Article III, Texas Constitution. If this
  Act does not receive the vote necessary for immediate effect, this
  Act takes effect September 1, 2019.
 
 
  ______________________________ ______________________________
     President of the Senate Speaker of the House     
 
 
         I certify that H.B. No. 4694 was passed by the House on May 3,
  2019, by the following vote:  Yeas 128, Nays 12, 2 present, not
  voting.
 
  ______________________________
  Chief Clerk of the House   
 
 
         I certify that H.B. No. 4694 was passed by the Senate on May
  21, 2019, by the following vote:  Yeas 29, Nays 2.
 
  ______________________________
  Secretary of the Senate    
  APPROVED:  _____________________
                     Date          
   
            _____________________
                   Governor