(B) is governed by Chapter 51 to the extent the provisions of that chapter are not
inconsistent with the provisions of any special law creating the district; and
(C) contains at least 10,000 acres after all exclusions of land have occurred.
(4) “Refunding bond” means a refunding bond issued by a district.
(5) “Residential neighborhood” means an area that, as it develops, will consist of detached single-family residences
on not less than 79 percent of the net residential acreage of the area and will consist
of condominiums or multifamily rental units with a density greater than 15 units per
net residential acre on not more than 10 percent of the net residential acreage of
the area. Notwithstanding the foregoing, “residential neighborhood” means an area that, as it develops, will consist of detached single-family residences
on not less than 87-1/2 percent of the net residential acreage of the area if the
preliminary engineering report adopted by the board before the authorization of bonds
stipulates that approximately 87-1/2 percent of the net residential acreage will consist
of single-family residences; provided, however, that on the full utilization of all
facilities constructed with the proceeds of the bonds authorized, the definition of
“residential neighborhood” stated in the first sentence of this subdivision applies. A variance of as much as three percent from the percentages set forth above is permissible
during development if the percentages are met on completion of development.
(6) “Subdistrict” means a conservation and reclamation district created pursuant to Section 59, Article XVI, Texas Constitution, and this chapter to provide fresh water supply and distribution, sanitary sewage
collection and treatment, and storm sewer and drainage facilities and services to
(7) “Subdistrict board” means the board of directors of a subdistrict.
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