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City Attorneys

The appointed city attorney is the municipality’s chief legal advisor and represents the actual city or governing body. The Randle Law Office Ltd., L.L.P. understands the laws and regulations constraining municipal actions and governing litigation involving governmental bodies. RLO advises municipal clients by providing creative and practical solutions to the challenges they face. RLO currently represents the cities of Mont Belvieu, Angleton, Meadows Place, Rosenberg, Oak Ridge North, Plum Grove, Kendleton, and Brazos Country. In addition, the firm represents: Port Freeport, Williamson County, Mexia EDC, Palestine EDC, Village Fire Department, Village of Pleak, and Harris County. The firm has served as the former special counsel for Missouri City, League City, Magnolia, Hedwig Village, Cresson, Village of Hunters Creek, Aransas County, and Westworth Village. Our firm is uniquely prepared to serve your municipality as acting city attorney or outside general counsel to help meet the challenges in government.

Services We Provide

Our firm’s services vary for the cities, counties, EDCs, and entities, depending on client needs. Many services are common to most of our clients, and include the following:

  • Attendance at city council meetings, committee and planning and zoning and board of adjustment, and departmental meetings
  • Advising and answering questions posed by the Elected Officials, City Manager, City Secretary, and managers of various city departments and divisions, commissions and committees
  • Drafting city policies, resolutions, handbooks, and ordinances
  • Drafting, reviewing, editing city contracts
  • Drafting personnel manuals, procurement manuals and other similar city policies
  • Ensuring compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act and Texas Public Information Act
  • Elections
  • City prosecution services in Municipal Court
  • Litigation on behalf of municipalities
  • Assisting general law cities in drafting city charters and assisting home rule cities with city charter revision and charter elections
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