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Exemptions may apply on tracts of land 10 acres or larger that were annexed into the City after September 1, 1981 (as provided by Section 229.002 of the Texas Local Government Code). Contact the Police Department at 817-426-9910 for further information on these properties.Section 229.002 of the Texas Local Government Code
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Exemptions may apply on tracts of land 10 acres or larger that were annexed into the City after September 1, 1981 (as provided by Section 229.002 of the Texas Local Government Code). Contact the Police Department at 817-426-9910 for further information on these properties. Section 229.002 of the Texas Local Government Code
Any child under the age of 8 must be restrained in an approved child passenger safety seat unless taller than 4 feet, nine inches. The fine is up to $25 for a first offense and $250 for a second subsequent offense.
Safety Seat Guidelines
Safety belts are designed for adults, not children. Use a booster seat to lift your child up and prevent severe injuries in a crash. View an informational video about the proper use of child safety seats.
Please remember the following guidelines when buying the proper seat for your child:
Birth-1 Year, Up to 35 Pounds•Use a rear-facing seat until your baby reaches the weight limit or height limit of the seat.•Secure the chest clip even with your baby's armpits.•Fasten harness straps snugly against your baby's body.
1-4 Years, 20 to 40 Pounds•Use a forward-facing seat for as long as the safety seat manufacturer recommends it.•Fasten harness straps snugly against your child's body.•Secure the chest clip even with your child's armpits.•Latch the tether strap to the corresponding anchor if your vehicle has one.
4-8 Years, Over 40 Pounds•Use a booster seat.•Fasten the lap belt across your child's thighs and hips, not stomach.•Strap the diagonal belt across the chest to rest on the shoulder, not the neck.
K2 is typically sold in small, silvery plastic bags of dried leaves and marketed as incense that can be smoked. It is said to resemble potpourri. K2 products are smoked in joints or pipes, but some users make it into a tea.
Short term effects include, increased agitation, pale skin, seizures, vomiting, profuse sweating, uncontrolled / spastic body movements, elevated blood pressure, heart rate and palpitations. The onset of this drug is 3-5 minutes, and the duration of the high is 1-8 hours. In addition to physical signs of use, users may experience: dysphasia, severe paranoia, delusions, and hallucinations.