(a) Before the third anniversary of the date of adoption of a juvenile curfew ordinance
by a general-law municipality or a home-rule municipality or an order of a county
commissioners court, and every third year thereafter, the governing body of the general-law
municipality or home-rule municipality or the commissioners court of the county shall:
(1) review the ordinance or order's effects on the community and on problems the ordinance
or order was intended to remedy;
(2) conduct public hearings on the need to continue the ordinance or order; and
(3) abolish, continue, or modify the ordinance or order.
(b) Failure to act in accordance with Subsections (a)(1)-(3) shall cause the ordinance
or order to expire.
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