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Texas Transportation Code - TRANSP § 174.104. Meetings

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The presiding officer shall call at least one meeting of the board each year and may call other meetings as the presiding officer determines are appropriate.

(a) The Department in its rules shall establish schedules for submission and review of completed applications.  The schedules shall provide that applications for similar proposals in the same service area will be reviewed together.

(b) An application for a certificate of need shall be made on forms provided by the Department.  The application forms, which may vary according to the type of proposal, shall require such information as the Department, by its rules deems necessary to conduct the review.  An applicant shall be required to furnish only that information necessary to determine whether the proposed new institutional health service is consistent with the review criteria implemented under G.S. 131E-183 and with duly adopted standards, plans and criteria.

(c) An application fee is imposed on an applicant for a certificate of need.  An applicant must submit the fee with the application. The fee is not refundable, regardless of whether a certificate of need is issued.  Fees collected under this section shall be credited to the General Fund as nontax revenue.  The application fee is five thousand dollars ($5,000) plus an amount equal to three-tenths of one percent (.3%) of the amount of the capital expenditure proposed in the application that exceeds one million dollars ($1,000,000).  In no event may the fee exceed fifty thousand dollars ($50,000).

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