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Texas Local Government Code - LOC GOV'T § 52.002. Style

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(a) The style of an ordinance of the municipality must be:  “Be it ordained by the _____________ (insert the name by which the governing body of the municipality is known, such as city council, board of aldermen, or city commission) of the ______________ (insert the type of entity that the municipality is known as, such as city, town, or village) of (insert the name of the municipality).”

(b) The style may be omitted when the ordinance is published in a book or pamphlet.

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