(1) a municipality with a population of less than 100,000; and
(2) an emergency services district operating under Chapter 775, Health and Safety
Code, in which the district is wholly or partly located.
(b) If the district enters into a strategic partnership agreement with a municipality
under Section 43.0751, Local Government Code, that includes the provision of fire-fighting services as defined by Section 49.351(k), Water Code, and the district has completed all other procedures necessary for a limited-purpose
annexation by that municipality, an emergency services district shall disannex the
territory of the district to be served by the municipality under the agreement in
accordance with Subsection (c).
(c) The territory remains part of the emergency services district until the secretary
of the emergency services district board receives from the district notice that the
requirements of Subsection (b) have been met. On receipt of the notice, the board shall immediately change its records to show
that the district territory has been disannexed from the emergency services district
and shall cease to provide further services to the residents of that territory.
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