(a) On the approval of a grant under this subchapter and on the written request by
the director, the comptroller of public accounts shall issue a warrant drawn against
the Texas recreation and parks account and payable to the political subdivision or
nonprofit corporation in the amount specified by the director.
(b) Each recipient of assistance under this subchapter shall keep records as required
by the department, including records which fully disclose the amount and the disposition
of the proceeds by the recipient, the total cost of the acquisition, a copy of the
title and deed for the property acquired, the amount and nature of that portion of
the cost of the acquisition supplied by other funds, and other records that facilitate
effective audit. The director and the comptroller, or their authorized representatives, may examine
any book, document, paper, and record of the recipient that are pertinent to assistance
received under this subchapter.
(c) The recipient of funds under this subchapter shall, on each anniversary date of
the grant for five years after the grant is made, furnish to the department a comprehensive
report detailing the present and anticipated use of the property, any contiguous additions
to the property, and any major changes in the character of the property, including
the extent of park development which may have taken place.
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