2019 Senate Bill 260

Require manager of municipality under state receivership get permission to sell property

Introduced in the Senate

April 11, 2019

Introduced by Sen. Betty Alexander (D-5)

To prohibit the emergency manager appointed by the state to reform a financially failing local government or school district from selling property or borrowing money unless the entity’s elected body approves the sale or debt, and if they do not approve it, unless voters approve it. The bill would also prohibit emergency managers from renaming any facilities.

Referred to the Committee on Appropriations