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Texas Laws | Human Resource Code
HUMAN RESOURCES CODE
TITLE 10. JUVENILE BOARDS, JUVENILE PROBATION DEPARTMENTS, AND FAMILY SERVICES OFFICES

(b) The commissioners court may pay the juvenile board members additional annual compensation of not more than $1,200 for the added duties imposed on the members. The additional compensation shall be paid in equal monthly installments from the general fund or any other available fund of the county. (10281)

(c) Sections 152.0002, 152.0004, 152.0005, 152.0006, 152.0007, and 152.0008 do not apply to the juvenile board of Austin County. (10282)

Added by Acts 1989, 71st Leg., ch. 352, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1989. (10283)

Sec. 152.0151. BAILEY COUNTY. (10284)(Text)

(a) The juvenile board of Bailey and Parmer counties is composed of the county judge, the district judges in the counties, and the judge of each statutory court designated as a juvenile court in the counties. (10285)

(b) The juvenile board shall elect one of its members as chairman. (10286)

(c) The commissioners courts of the counties shall pay the members of the juvenile board an annual salary set by the commissioners court at not more than $1,800, payable in equal monthly installments from the general fund of the counties. The counties shall apportion and pay the salary according to the ratio used to pay the expenses of the 287th Judicial District. (10287)

(d) The counties shall apportion and pay the juvenile board costs, other than the judges' salaries, according to the ratio used to pay the expenses of the 287th Judicial District, unless the counties agree to use a different method of allocating costs. (10288)

(e) The chief juvenile probation officer may set the salaries and allowances of juvenile probation personnel with the approval of the board. (10289)

(f) Section 152.0005(b) does not apply to the juvenile board in Bailey and Parmer counties. (10290)

Added by Acts 1989, 71st Leg., ch. 352, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1989. (10291)

Sec. 152.0161. BANDERA COUNTY. (10292)(Text)

(a) The juvenile board of Bandera County is composed of the county judge and the district judges in Bandera County. (10293)

(b) The commissioners court shall pay the juvenile board members additional annual compensation set by the commissioners court at not less than $600 nor more than $1,200, payable in equal monthly installments from the general fund of the county. (10294)

(c) Sections 152.0002, 152.0003, 152.0004, 152.0005, 152.0006, 152.0007, and 152.0008 do not apply to the juvenile board of Bandera County. (10295)

Added by Acts 1989, 71st Leg., ch. 352, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1989. (10296)

Sec. 152.0181. BAYLOR COUNTY. (10297)(Text)

(a) Baylor County is included in the 50th Judicial District Juvenile Board. The juvenile board is composed of the judge of the 50th Judicial District and the county judge of each county in the judicial district. The juvenile court judge may designate two public members to serve on the board without compensation and for a period determined by the juvenile court judge. (10298)

(b) The juvenile board shall elect one of its members as chairman at the beginning of each calendar year. (10299)

(c) The commissioners courts of the counties shall pay the judges who are members of the juvenile board additional annual compensation of not more than $6,000 for the added duties imposed on the members. The additional compensation shall be paid in equal monthly installments from the general fund of the counties. (10300)

(d) If approved by the juvenile board, the commissioners court shall reimburse the juvenile court judge for the judge's actual and necessary expenses incurred in attending seminars and other educational or instructional meetings related to juvenile problems. The counties shall prorate the expenses allowed for the members of the juvenile board and for the juvenile court judge. (10301)

(e) The commissioners courts shall provide the necessary funds to pay the salaries of the juvenile probation personnel in the amount set by the juvenile board. (10302)

(f) The commissioners court shall pay the expenses of the juvenile probation officers that are certified as necessary by the juvenile board chairman from the general fund and in the amount set by the juvenile board. (10303)

(g) Sections 152.0004 and 152.0005(b) do not apply to the 50th Judicial District Juvenile Board. (10304)

Added by Acts 1989, 71st Leg., ch. 352, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1989. (10305)

Sec. 152.0191. BEE COUNTY. (10306)(Text)

(a) The juvenile board of Bee County is composed of the county judge and the district judges in Bee County. (10307)

(b) The commissioners court may pay the juvenile board members additional annual compensation in an amount set by the commissioners court for the added duties imposed on the members. The additional compensation may not be lower than the amount paid to the judges on September 1, 1981. (10308)

(c) The salary shall be paid in equal monthly installments from the general fund of the county. (10309)

(d) Sections 152.0002, 152.0004, 152.0005, 152.0006, 152.0007, and 152.0008 do not apply to the juvenile board of Bee County. (10310)

Added by Acts 1989, 71st Leg., ch. 352, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1989. (10311)

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