Texas state agency meeting notices

Agency Name: State Employee Charitable Campaign
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: SECC Local Employee Committee ¿ Denton
Status: Active
Street Location: United Way of Denton County, 1314 Teasley
City Location: Denton
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002831
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Coby Condrey, Chair, Denton Area LEC, coby.condrey@unt.edu
Agenda: 1.Call to Order
2.Introductions
3.Agenda Review/Changes
4.Election of Committee Chair
5.Review & Approval of 2017 Denton Area participating charities
6.Discussion: Plans for 2017 Campaign
7.Public Comment Period
8.Announcements
9.Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 12100 Park 35 Circle, Building E, Room 201S
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002691
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mehgan Taack, (512) 239-3300
Agenda: AGENDA

April 26, 2017

TEXAS COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

9:30 A.M.
12100 Park 35 Circle
Room 201S, Bldg. E

HEARING REQUESTS/REQUESTS FOR RECONSIDERATION
Item 1 Docket No. 2017-0031-AIR.
Consideration of application by Jagoe-Public Company, for Air Quality Permit No. 139756, to authorize a hot mix asphalt plant located at 3020 Fort Worth Drive, Denton, Denton County, Texas. The Commission will also consider requests for hearing or reconsideration, related responses and replies, public comment, and the Executive Directors Response to Comments. (Bill Moody, Becky Petty)

WATER USE PERMIT APPLICATION MATTERS
Item 2 Docket No. 2011-0087-WR.
Consideration of an application by George E. Bingham, Juanita Sue Bingham, Brian Bingham, Kellie Bingham, and Carey Bingham (Applicants) to extend the term authorization for diversion under Water Use Permit No. 4264B. The Permit authorizes use of an exempt reservoir on an unnamed tributary of Martins Creek, tributary of Copperas (Rush) Creek, tributary of the Leon River, Brazos River Basin. The Permit also authorizes the diversion of 40 acre-feet per year from the reservoir for agricultural use in Comanche County. The authorization to divert 40 acre-feet expired on December 31, 2009, and the Applicants timely requested an extension of the term. The Executive Director recommends denial of Application No. 4264C because appropriated but unused water is not available for extension of the term authorization. The Commission will consider the application, timely filed and pending request(s) for hearing and any related responses or filings on this application. (Calvin Clary, Ruth Takeda)

Item 3 Docket No. 2016-0398-WR.
Consideration of an application by Michael R. Bingham (Applicant) to extend the term authorization for diversions under Certificate of Adjudication No. 12-3573C. The Certificate authorizes use of an exempt reservoir with a capacity of 115 acre-feet located on an unnamed tributary of Copperas (Rush) Creek, tributary of the Leon River, Brazos River Basin. The Certificate also authorizes the diversion of 60 acre-feet from the reservoir for agricultural use in Comanche County. The authorization to divert 60 acre-feet expired on December 31, 2009, and the Applicant timely requested an extension of the term. The Executive Director recommends denial of Application No. 12-3573D because appropriated but unused water is not available for extension of the term authorization. The Commission will consider the application, timely filed and pending request(s) for hearing and any related responses or filings on this application. (Calvin Clary, Ruth Takeda)

Item 4 Docket No. 2016-1846-WR.
Consideration of an application by Ronnie N. Love and Barbara Ann Love (Applicants) to extend or delete the term authorization for diversions under Certificate of Adjudication No. 12-3486D. The certificate authorizes the maintenance of three exempt reservoirs with capacities of 15, 170, and 40 acre-feet (reservoirs 1, 2, and 3 respectively) on an unnamed tributary of Salt Branch and Salt Branch, tributary of the Leon River, Brazos River Basin. The certificate also authorizes the diversion and use of 150 acre-feet of water per year for agricultural use in Eastland County; and the diversion and use of 148 acre-feet of water per year from the reservoir authorized by Certificate of Adjudication No. 12-3485, located on Salt Branch, for agricultural use in Eastland County. The authorization to divert the total of 298 acre-feet expired on December 31, 2009, and the Applicants timely requested an extension or deletion of the term. The Executive Director recommends denial of Application No. 12-3486E because unappropriated water is not available for a perpetual authorization and appropriated but unused water is not available for extension of the term authorization. The Commission will consider the application, timely filed and pending request(s) for hearing and any related responses or filings on this application. (Calvin Clary, Ruth Takeda)

MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS
Item 5 Docket No. 2017-0422-MIS.
Consideration of material changes to contracts for goods and services awarded under Chapter 2155 of the Texas Government Code executed during the previous quarter. (LaTresa Stroud)

Item 6 Docket No. 2016-1179-MIS.
Consideration for approval to publish for public comment a proposed update to the Texas Nonpoint Source Management Program. This update is required to be submitted through the Governor's Office to the United States Environmental Protection Agency for continued eligibility for Section 319 Nonpoint Source Grant funds under the federal Clean Water Act. This update represents the joint submission of both the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board. (Kerry Niemann, Ashley McDonald) (Project No. 2016-043-MIS-NR)

AIR QUALITY ENFORCEMENT AGREED ORDERS
Item 7 Docket No. 2016-1118-AIR-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Akzo Nobel Chemicals LLC in Harris County; RN102177391; for air quality violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 382, Tex. Water Code ch. 7, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Carol McGrath, Michael Parrish)

Item 8 Docket No. 2016-1091-AIR-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Ascend Performance Materials Texas Inc. in Brazoria County; RN100238682; for air quality violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 382, Tex. Water Code ch. 7, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Juliana Whitehead, Michael Parrish)

Item 9 Docket No. 2016-1355-AIR-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties against Baytex USA Development, LLC in Karnes County; RN106173891; for air quality violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 382, Tex. Water Code ch. 7, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Abigail Lindsey, Michael Parrish)

Item 10 Docket No. 2016-1281-AIR-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of DCP Midstream, LP in Moore County; RN100220052; for air quality violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 382, Tex. Water Code ch. 7, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Shelby Orme, Michael Parrish)

Item 11 Docket No. 2016-1266-AIR-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Equistar Chemicals, LP in Harris County; RN100210319; for air quality violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 382, Tex. Water Code ch. 7, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Carol McGrath, Michael Parrish)

Item 12 Docket No. 2014-1561-AIR-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Nalco Company f/k/a Champion Technologies, Inc. in Fort Bend County; RN101618882; for air quality violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 382, Tex. Water Code ch. 7, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Rajesh Acharya, Michael Parrish)

Item 13 Docket No. 2016-1065-AIR-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Owens Corning Insulating Systems, LLC in Ellis County; RN100223585; for air quality violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 382, Tex. Water Code ch. 7, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Raime Hayes-Falero, Michael Parrish)

Item 14 Docket No. 2016-1666-AIR-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties against PCI Nitrogen, LLC in Harris County; RN101621944; for air quality violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 382, Tex. Water Code ch. 7, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Shelby Orme, Michael Parrish)

Item 15 Docket No. 2015-1408-AIR-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Phillips 66 Company in Hutchinson County; RN102495884; for air quality violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 382, Tex. Water Code ch. 7, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Carol McGrath, Michael Parrish)

Item 16 Docket No. 2016-1090-AIR-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties against DCP Midstream, LP in Jackson County; RN106037690; for air quality violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 382, Tex. Water Code ch. 7, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Carol McGrath, Michael Parrish)

INDUSTRIAL AND/OR HAZARDOUS WASTE ENFORCEMENT AGREED ORDERS
Item 17 Docket No. 2015-1619-IHW-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties against and requiring certain actions of Durable Printed Products, Inc. d/b/a Anodizing Graphics of Texas in Fort Bend County; RN108194986; for industrial solid and/or hazardous waste violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code ch. 7, Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 361, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Tracy Chandler, Janice Hernandez)

Item 18 Docket No. 2016-0668-IHW-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of United States Department of Energy in Carson County; RN100210756; for industrial and hazardous waste violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 361, Tex. Water Code ch. 7, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Epifanio Villarreal, Michael Parrish)

INDUSTRIAL WASTE DISCHARGE ENFORCEMENT AGREED ORDER
Item 19 Docket No. 2016-1505-IWD-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of D.B. Western, Inc. - Texas in Harris County; RN100897362; for water quality violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code chs. 7 and 26 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (James Boyle, Michael Parrish)

MULTI-MEDIA MATTER ENFORCEMENT AGREED ORDERS
Item 20 Docket No. 2016-1480-MLM-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of the City of Big Wells in Dimmit County; RN107547135; for air quality and municipal solid waste violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code chs. 361 and 382, Tex. Water Code ch. 7, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Steven Stump, Michael Parrish

Item 21 Docket No. 2015-1436-MLM-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of C & C ERAE, INC. d/b/a Agape Cleaners in Tarrant County; RN100607811; for dry cleaning and industrial hazardous waste violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code chs. 361 and 374 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Elizabeth Lieberknecht, Janice Hernandez)

Item 22 Docket No. 2015-1329-MLM-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties against and requiring certain actions of EOLA WATER SUPPLY CORPORATION in Concho County; RN101611945 and RN102673183; for public drinking water, water rights, and water quality violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code chs. 5, 7, 11, and 26, Tex. Health and Safety Code ch. 341, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Ian Groetsch, Janice Hernandez)

Item 23 Docket No. 2015-0506-MLM-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of TRIPLE R DIESEL SERVICE, INC. in Bexar County; RN102845450; for municipal solid waste, used oil, and industrial and hazardous waste violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code chs. 361 and 371, Tex. Water Code ch. 7, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Danielle Porras, Michael Parrish)

MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE ENFORCEMENT AGREED ORDERS
Item 24 Docket No. 2016-1398-MSW-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties against Duval County in Duval County; RN101921286; for municipal solid waste violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 361, Tex. Water Code chs. 7 and 37, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Epifanio Villarreal, Michael Parrish)

Item 25 Docket No. 2016-1344-MSW-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties against and requiring certain actions of Baymon Acme LP in Collin County; RN109268219; for municipal solid waste violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code ch. 7, Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 361, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Lena Roberts, Janice Hernandez)

Item 26 Docket No. 2015-1836-MSW-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties against Maria E. Rosas in Hudspeth County; RN106494479; for municipal solid waste violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code ch. 7, Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 361, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Elizabeth Lieberknecht, Janice Hernandez)

MUNICIPAL WASTE DISCHARGE ENFORCEMENT AGREED ORDERS
Item 27 Docket No. 2016-0241-MWD-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Canutillo Independent School District in El Paso County; RN101702280; for water quality violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code chs. 7 and 26 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (James Boyle, Melissa Cordell)

Item 28 Docket No. 2016-0226-MWD-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Jefferson County Water Control and Improvement District No. 10 in Jefferson County; RN101607448; for water quality violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code chs. 7 and 26 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (James Boyle, Michael Parrish)

Item 29 Docket No. 2014-1895-MWD-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Presbyterian Mo Ranch Assembly in Kerr County; RN101528446; for water quality violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code chs. 7 and 26 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Cheryl Thompson, Michael Parrish)

Item 30 Docket No. 2016-0121-MWD-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of St. Paul Water Supply Corporation in San Patricio County; RN101518421; for water quality violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code chs. 7 and 26 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Ross Luedtke, Michael Parrish)

PETROLEUM STORAGE TANK ENFORCEMENT AGREED ORDERS
Item 31 Docket No. 2014-1308-PST-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of BKK Holdings inc. dba Adam Food Mart in Parker County; RN101550200; for petroleum storage tank violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code chs. 7 and 26 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (John Fennell, Michael Parrish)

Item 32 Docket No. 2016-1436-PST-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of COWBOYS SPEEDY LLC dba Speedy in Rockwall County; RN102272390; for petroleum storage tank violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code chs. 7 and 26 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Danielle Porras, Michael Parrish)

Item 33 Docket No. 2016-0300-PST-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties against Fort Bend Independent School District in Fort Bend County; RN102469665; for petroleum storage tank violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 382, Tex. Water Code chs. 7 and 26, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Keith Frank, Michael Parrish)

Item 34 Docket No. 2016-1331-PST-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties against Lone Star Carriers, Inc. in Hill and McLennan Counties; RN109187518; for petroleum storage tank violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code chs. 7 and 26 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Holly Kneisley, Michael Parrish)

Item 35 Docket No. 2016-1148-PST-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of QUIROGA PROPERTIES, L.L.C. dba Pantry East and QUIROGA PROPERTIES, L.L.C. dba Pantry West in Bee County; RN101444537 and RN103016838; for petroleum storage tank violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code chs. 7 and 26 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Abigail Lindsey, Michael Parrish)

PETROLEUM STORAGE TANK ENFORCEMENT DEFAULT ORDER
Item 36 Docket No. 2016-1001-PST-E.
Consideration of a Default Order assessing administrative penalties against CYDIA INC d/b/a Kerens Quik Stop in Navarro County; RN101546703; for petroleum storage tank violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code chs. 7 and 26 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Audrey Liter, Janice Hernandez)

PETROLEUM STORAGE TANK ENFORCEMENT DEFAULT AND SHUTDOWN ORDER
Item 37 Docket No. 2016-1158-PST-E.
Consideration of a Default and Shutdown Order assessing administrative penalties against and requiring certain actions of CLIFTON FOOD MART, L.L.C. dba Clifton Food Mart in Bosque County; RN101662724; for petroleum storage tank violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code chs. 7 and 26 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Clayton Smith, Janice Hernandez)

PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM ENFORCEMENT AGREED ORDERS
Item 38 Docket No. 2016-1005-PWS-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of the City of Los Fresnos in Cameron County; RN101392009; for public drinking water violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 341 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (David Carney, Michael Parrish)

Item 39 Docket No. 2016-0772-PWS-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of the City of Morgan's Point Resort in Bell County; RN102677366; for public drinking water violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 341 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (Raime Hayes-Falero, Michael Parrish)

Item 40 Docket No. 2016-1112-PWS-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of the City of River Oaks in Tarrant County; RN101203842; for public drinking water violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 341 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (Jason Fraley, Michael Parrish)

Item 41 Docket No. 2016-0374-PWS-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of the City of Roscoe in Nolan County; RN101430924; for public drinking water violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 341 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (Ryan Byer, Michael Parrish)

Item 42 Docket No. 2016-1748-PWS-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of the City of Rotan in Fisher County; RN101428282; for public drinking water violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 341 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (Katy Montgomery, Michael Parrish)

Item 43 Docket No. 2016-1303-PWS-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of HERITAGE FINANCIAL GROUP, INC. in Harrison County; RN101512614; for public drinking water violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 341 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (Ryan Byer, Michael Parrish)

Item 44 Docket No. 2016-1384-PWS-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of ROCK CREEK WATER SUPPLY CORPORATION in Palo Pinto County; RN105472757; for public drinking water violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 341 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (James Fisher, Michael Parrish)

Item 45 Docket No. 2016-0743-PWS-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties against Surjit Singh dba Santa Fe Market in Galveston County; RN101260974; for public drinking water violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 341 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (Michaelle Garza, Michael Parrish)

Item 46 Docket No. 2016-1032-PWS-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Travis County Water Control and Improvement District 18 in Travis County; RN101410405; for public drinking water violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 341 and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (James Fisher, Michael Parrish)

PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM ENFORCEMENT DEFAULT ORDER
Item 47 Docket No. 2015-1688-PWS-E.
Consideration of a Default Order assessing administrative penalties against and requiring certain actions of Brian Fabre d/b/a Fay Ben Mobile Home Park in Lubbock County; RN101247328; for public drinking water violations pursuant to Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 341, Tex. Water Code ch. 5, and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (Adam Taylor, Janice Hernandez)

WATER QUALITY ENFORCEMENT AGREED ORDER
Item 48 Docket No. 2014-1370-WQ-E.
Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Weiss Sand and Clay, LP in Fort Bend County; RN105427744; for water quality and aggregate production operation violations pursuant to Tex. Water Code chs. 7, 26 and 28A and the rules of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, including specifically 30 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 60. (Had Darling, Michael Parrish)

MONTHLY ENFORCEMENT REPORT
Item 49 Docket No. 2017-0294-MIS.
Consideration of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Monthly Enforcement Report, submitted for discussion in accordance with Texas Water Code §7.003. (Bryan Sinclair, Melissa Cordell)

EXECUTIVE MEETING
Item 50 Docket No. 2017-0001-EXE.
The Commission will conduct a closed meeting to receive legal advice from its attorney(s) and will discuss pending or contemplated litigation, and/or settlement offers, as permitted by Section 551.071 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. The Commission may also meet in open meeting to take action on this matter as required by Section 551.102 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code.

Item 51 Docket No. 2017-0002-EXE.
The Commission will conduct a closed meeting to deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of the Commission's Executive Director, General Counsel, Chief Clerk, Public Interest Counsel, or Chief Auditor as permitted by Section 551.074 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. The Commission may also meet in open meeting to take action on this matter as required by Section 551.102 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code.

Item 52 Docket No. 2017-0003-EXE.
The Commission will conduct a closed meeting to discuss the employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a specific Commission employee(s) as permitted by Section 551.074 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. The Commission may also meet in open meeting to take action on this matter as required by Section 551.102 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code.

Item 53 Docket No. 2017-0004-EXE.
The Commission will conduct a closed meeting to discuss their duties, roles, and responsibilities as Commissioners of the TCEQ pursuant to Section 551.074 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. The Commission may also meet in open meeting to take action on this matter as required by Section 551.102 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code.

PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES WHO PLAN TO ATTEND THE TCEQ AGENDA AND WHO MAY NEED AUXILIARY AIDS OR SERVICES SUCH AS INTERPRETERS FOR PERSONS WHO ARE DEAF OR HEARING IMPAIRED, READERS, LARGE PRINT, OR BRAILLE ARE REQUESTED TO CONTACT OFFICE OF THE CHIEF CLERK AT (512) 239-3300 AT LEAST SIX (6) WORK DAYS PRIOR TO THE AGENDA, SO THAT APPROPRIATE ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE. PERSONS WHO DESIRE THE ASSISTANCE OF AN INTERPRETER IN CONJUNCTION WITH THEIR ORAL PRESENTATION AT THIS TCEQ AGENDA ARE REQUESTED TO CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF CLERK AT (512) 239-3300 AT LEAST FIVE (5) WORK DAYS PRIOR TO THE AGENDA SO THAT APPROPRIATE ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE.

SECTION 46.035 OF THE TEXAS PENAL CODE PROHIBITS HANDGUN LICENSEES FROM CARRYING THEIR HANDGUNS AT GOVERNMENT MEETINGS SUCH AS THIS ONE. THIS PROHIBITION APPLIES TO BOTH CONCEALED CARRY AND OPEN CARRY BY HANDGUN LICENSEES.

REGISTRATION FOR AGENDA STARTS AT 8:45 A.M. AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL 9:30 A.M. PLEASE REGISTER BETWEEN THESE TIMES. LATE REGISTRATION COULD RESULT IN YOUR MISSING THE OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT ON YOUR ITEM.

THE PUBLIC CAN VIEW LIVE AND ARCHIVED TCEQ MEETINGS ON THE INTERNET AT NO COST, AT: HTTP://WWW.TEXASADMIN.COM/tceqa.shtml


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Public Safety
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Texas Department of Public Safety
Status: Active
Street Location: 6100 Guadalupe, Bldg E
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002725
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aid or service are requested to contact Sophie Yanez at least two (2) working days prior to this meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
Agenda: The Public Safety Commission will convene as posted to consider and take formal action, if necessary, on the following items:

I. CALL TO ORDER

II. DISCHARGE APPEAL HEARING
Possible action regarding DPS employee:
Abraham Martinez

III. ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION (if required) to consult with legal counsel to receive legal advice on items posted on this agenda

IV. ADJOURN


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Agency Name: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Apply Texas Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1200 E. Anderson Lane Board Room
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002634
Submit Date: 04/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Claudette Jenks, Assistant Director of College Access P.O. Box 12788; Austin, Texas 1-800-242-3062 Ext. 6529
Agenda: Agenda


A. Welcome and Introductions

B. Review and Adoption of Minutes for the February 28, 2017 Meeting

C. Report from Technical Team Dr. Tim Brace

D. Discussion of ApplyTX request for change form

E. Lunch

F. Discussion of Apply TX change requests

G. Apply TX workshop planning update

H. Planning for future Apply Texas Advisory Committee meetings

I. Adjournment



Individuals who may require auxiliary aids or services for this meeting should contact Tonia Scaperlanda ADA Coordinator, at 512.427.6193 at least five days before the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


CERTIFICATION
I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.


CERTIFYING OFFICIAL:
Bill Franz
General Counsel



Texas Penal Code Section 46.035(c) states: "A license holder commits an offense if the license holder intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly carries a handgun under the authority of Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code, regardless of whether the handgun is concealed or carried in a shoulder or belt holster, in the room or rooms where a meeting of a governmental entity is held and if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code, and the entity provided notice as required by that chapter." Thus, no person can carry a handgun and enter the room or rooms where a meeting of the THECB is held if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code.

Please Note that this governmental meeting is, in the opinion of counsel representing THECB, an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code and THECB is providing notice of this meeting as required by Chapter 551. In addition, please note that the written communication required by Texas Penal Code Sections 30.06 and 30.07, prohibiting both concealed and open carry of handguns by Government Code Chapter 411 licensees, will be posted at the entrances to this governmental meeting.








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Agency Name: Texas A&M University System Board of Regents
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 275 Joe Routt Boulevard, Memorial Student Center, Bethancourt Ballroom, 2300 C, Texas A&M University
City Location: College Station
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002863
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Vickie Spillers, P.O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013, 979-845-9600, 979-845-0835 (fax), vickie@tamus.edu
Agenda: NOTICE OF OPEN MEETING FOR SUBMISSION
TO SECRETARY OF STATE/TEXAS REGISTER DIVISION

Agency Name: Texas A&M University System Board of Regents

Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017

Time of Meeting: 3:00 p.m.

Street Location: 275 Joe Routt Boulevard, Memorial Student Center, Bethancourt Ballroom, 2300 C, Texas A&M University

City Location: College Station

Additional Information Obtained From: Vickie Spillers, P.O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013, 979-845-9600, 979-845-0835 (fax), vickie@tamus.edu

The Committee on Academic and Student Affairs will meet from approximately 3:00 p.m. to approximately 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, in the Memorial Student Center, Bethancourt Ballroom, 2300 C, on the campus of Texas A&M University.

The meeting is posted as an individual committee meeting; however, any member of the Board may attend committee meetings. Because some Board members who are not committee members may attend the committee meeting and thereby create a quorum of the full Board, the meeting of the committee is also being posted as a meeting of the full Board.

The agenda for the meeting is set forth below.

1) Chair's Welcome and Comments Regarding Meeting Agenda Elaine Mendoza
2) Presentation and Discussion on EmpowerU Metrics James Hallmark
3) Panel Discussion on Student Success Actions through High Impact Practices Karen Murray, Tarleton State University; Michael Stephenson, Texas A&M University; Nancy KingSanders, Texas A&M UniversityKingsville
4) Presentation and Discussion on LearningU Irma Harper and Sean Kearney, Texas A&M UniversitySan Antonio
5) Approval of Changes to the Admissions Standards for System Member Universities for the 2018-2019 Academic Year (Item 4.1) James Hallmark
6) Discussion of Next Steps and Directions on Items 2 through 5

ADJOURN (approximately 5:00 p.m.)

Please note: Agenda topics are scheduled to follow each other consecutively but may be taken out of order.

Meetings of the Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System are open to the public except for any posted executive session held in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons interested in committee and/or Board meetings and desiring special accommodations should contact the Board Office at least two working days prior to the meeting. The Board Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding holidays. Contact information follows: phone (979) 845-9600; fax (979) 845-0835; email bor@tamus.edu;
P. O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013.

CERTIFICATION: I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.




____________________________
Ray Bonilla
General Counsel
The Texas A&M University System
979/458-6120

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Date


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Agency Name: Texas A&M University System Board of Regents
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Committee on Academic and Student Affairs
Status: Active
Street Location: 275 Joe Routt Boulevard, Memorial Student Center, Bethancourt Ballroom, 2300 C, Texas A&M University
City Location: College Station
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002861
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Vickie Spillers, P.O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013, 979-845-9600, 979-845-0835 (fax), vickie@tamus.edu
Agenda: NOTICE OF OPEN MEETING FOR SUBMISSION
TO SECRETARY OF STATE/TEXAS REGISTER DIVISION

Agency Name: Texas A&M University System Board of Regents

Committee: Committee on Academic and Student Affairs

Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017

Time of Meeting: 3:00 p.m.

Street Location: 275 Joe Routt Boulevard, Memorial Student Center, Bethancourt Ballroom, 2300 C, Texas A&M University

City Location: College Station

Additional Information Obtained From: Vickie Spillers, P.O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013, 979-845-9600, 979-845-0835 (fax), vickie@tamus.edu

The Committee on Academic and Student Affairs will meet from approximately 3:00 p.m. to approximately 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, in the Memorial Student Center, Bethancourt Ballroom, 2300 C, on the campus of Texas A&M University.

The meeting is posted as an individual committee meeting; however, any member of the Board may attend committee meetings. Because some Board members who are not committee members may attend the committee meeting and thereby create a quorum of the full Board, the meeting of the committee is also being posted as a meeting of the full Board.

The agenda for the meeting is set forth below.

1) Chair's Welcome and Comments Regarding Meeting Agenda Elaine Mendoza
2) Presentation and Discussion on EmpowerU Metrics James Hallmark
3) Panel Discussion on Student Success Actions through High Impact Practices Karen Murray, Tarleton State University; Michael Stephenson, Texas A&M University; Nancy KingSanders, Texas A&M UniversityKingsville
4) Presentation and Discussion on LearningU Irma Harper and Sean Kearney, Texas A&M UniversitySan Antonio
5) Approval of Changes to the Admissions Standards for System Member Universities for the 2018-2019 Academic Year (Item 4.1) James Hallmark
6) Discussion of Next Steps and Directions on Items 2 through 5

ADJOURN (approximately 5:00 p.m.)

Please note: Agenda topics are scheduled to follow each other consecutively but may be taken out of order.

Meetings of the Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System are open to the public except for any posted executive session held in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons interested in committee and/or Board meetings and desiring special accommodations should contact the Board Office at least two working days prior to the meeting. The Board Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding holidays. Contact information follows: phone (979) 845-9600; fax (979) 845-0835; email bor@tamus.edu; P. O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013.

CERTIFICATION: I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.




____________________________
Ray Bonilla
General Counsel
The Texas A&M University System
979/458-6120

__________________
Date


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Nominating Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1511 Colorado Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002673
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Esther Garza esther.garza@thc.texas.gov 512.463.6100
Agenda: NOMINATING COMMITTEE AGENDA
Texas Historical Commission
1511 Colorado Street
1st Floor, Conference Room
Austin, Texas
April 26, 2017
4:30 p.m.




This meeting of the Nominating Committee has been properly posted with the Secretary of States Office according to the provisions of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Texas Government Code. The members may discuss and/or take action on any of the items listed in the agenda.



1. Call to order

2. Establish quorum

3. Discussion and possible action regarding candidate recommendations for the offices of Vice-Chair and Secretary of the Texas Historical Commission for 2017-2018

4. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Lakes Regional Community Center
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 05:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 400 Airport Road
City Location: Terrell
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002675
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Judy Dodd 972-388-2000 x 1149 Jeannie Maddox 972-388-2000 x 1196
Agenda:
LAKES REGIONAL COMMUNITY CENTER
REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
400 AIRPORT ROAD, TERRELL, TEXAS 75160
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 2017, 5 PM

AGENDA
AGENDA
NUMBER TOPIC
04.01.17 CALL TO ORDER
Roll Call / Introduction of Guests

04.02.17 APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Regular Board Meeting Minutes of March 22, 2017.

04.03.17 COMMENTS FROM CITIZENS
Presentations are limited to three minutes per person and must pertain to an agenda item. The Board reserves the right to limit the number of speakers and/or the length of comments on any topic. Citizens wishing to address the Board must register prior to the start of the meeting.

04.04.17 COMMITTEE MEETING REPORTS
None

04.05.17 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR APPROVAL
Recommendation to approve FY 17 Lakes Regional MHMR Center Utilization Management Plan

04.06.17 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT (John Delaney)
1115 Transformation Waiver Update
TX Council Activities
FY-17 Status of State Performance Contracts Updates
East TX. Behavioral Health Network Update

04.07.17 FISCAL REPORT (Don Smith)
Motion to Accept Centers Financial Statements for Period Ending: March 31, 2017.

04.08.17 MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES REPORT
(James Williams)
Revenue Cycle Enhancement Reports
North Texas Behavioral (NTX) vs. NorthSTAR (NS)
And North Texas Behavioral Health (NTBHA)
Cerner Medical Record

04.09.17 INTELLECTUAL & DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES REPORT (Laurie White)
1115 Update
Survey
Regional Update

04.10.17 QUALITY MANAGEMENT/CONTRACTS REPORT (Kellie Walker)
Contracts/Network Development
Public Information
Consumer Rights
QM DSHS & DADS

04.11.17 HUMAN RESOURCES REPORT (Keith Matthews)
Staffing Issues
Employee Benefits
Workforce Issues

04.12.17 Executive Session (Dr. Stewart)
Adjournment to Executive Session Pursuant to the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551.074 of the Texas Government Code for the purpose if discussing Personnel Matters.


04.13.17 ADJOURNMENT






Lakes Regional Community Center
Upcoming Board-Related Meetings & Events


Next Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
May 24, 2017

655 Airport Road
Sulphur Springs, Texas 75483























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Agency Name: Eastland County Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:05 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Eastland County Appraisal District
Status: Active
Street Location: 102 N. Lamar St
City Location: eastland
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002759
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Randy Clark Chief Appraiser P.O. Box 914 Eastland TX 76448
Agenda: 1. Call to order
2. Administer Oath of Office
3. Approve Minutes
4. Approve Bills
5. Approve 2018 Budget
6. Approve 2016 Financial Audit
7. Approve Amendments to the 2017 Budget
8. Approve Addendum to the P&A Mineral Contract for 2016-2017
9. Approve Amendments to the Disaster Recovery Plan
10. Approve Mineral Contract with P&A
11. Chief Appraisers Report
a. Financial
I. Surplus Funds
b. Operations and Appraisal:
c. Personal
12. Action as needed on Chief Appraisal Report
a. Financial
I. Retention of Surplus Funds for Contingency accounts
b. Operations
c. Personnel
13. Recognize and/or hear from visitors
14. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Eastland County Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Eastland County Appraisal District
Status: Active
Street Location: 102 N Lamar Street
City Location: Eastland
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002757
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Randy Clark Chief Appraiser P.O. Box 914 Eastland TX 76448
Agenda: 1. Call to order
2. Public Hearing - 2018 Proposed Budget
a. Public Discussion/Input
3. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Alamo Area Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: AACOG Board of Directors Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 8700 Tesoro Dr., Suite 100
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002777
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Diane Rath, drath@aacog.com, 210-362-5201
Agenda: Agenda
Alamo Area Council of Governments Board of Directors Meeting Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - 10:00 a.m.
Al J. Notzon III Board Room 8700 Tesoro Drive, Suite 100 San Antonio, TX 78217-6221

Request All Electronic Devices Be Silenced
1.
Meeting called to Order
The AACOG Board of Directors is meeting in accordance with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code
(Open Meetings Act). As such, the Board of Directors reserves the right to retire into executive
session concerning any of the items listed on this Agenda whenever it is considered necessary and
legally justified under the Texas Open Meetings Act.
2. Roll Call
3. Pledge of Allegiance and Texas Pledge of Allegiance

4.
Public Comments
This time is for anyone to comment to the Board of Directors on issues and items of concern. There
will be no Board of Directors deliberation or action on these comments. Time allowed is at the
discretion of the Chairman; with three (3) minutes being customa.ry
5. Declarations of Conflict of Interest
Announcements

6.
Representative Kyle Biedermann, Texas State House District 73 - Board of Directors Ex-Officio
Member

On August 27, 2014, the AACOG Board of Directors amended its Bylaws to include a provision to offer
Ex-Officio Board membership status to any member of the Texas Legislature representing any portion
of the AACOG region. H.B. 2160 took effect June 17, 2011 and amended the Local Government Code,
Section 391.006, to read:
. requiring the governing body of a commission of a region shall offer an ex officio, non-voting
membership on the governing body to a member of the legislature who represents a district located
wholly or partly in the region of the commission.
Executive Director
7. Monthly Report - Diane Rath

A. Staffing Updates

B. 2017 Membership Dues Update

C. Program Status and Operational Updates


1) General Administration
2) Area Agencies on Aging
3) Alamo Local Authority
4) Alamo Regional Transit
5) External Affairs & Communications
6) Public Safety
7) Natural Resources
8) Regional Services
9) Resource Recovery
10) Veterans
11) Weatherization Assistance Program

D. Organizational and General Administration Updates

1) Policy Review
2) Chief Financial Officer
3) General Counsel

Consent Agenda
The consent agenda consists of items considered being of a routine nature and contains items
recommended for approval by the Executive Committee or by the Board Chair and the minutes from
previous Board of Directors meetings. These items will be enacted in one motion, or any member of
the Board may request that items be removed from the consent agenda and considered separately for
purposes of discussion and voting

8. Consider and act upon the recommendation to approve the March 22, 2017 minutes.

9. Consider and act upon the recommendation from the Bexar Senior Advisory Committee (BSAC)
for approval of BSAC Alternate nomination. This item does not require a budget amendment
(non-financial impact). - Annie Erickson

From Executive Committee

10. Consider and act upon the recommendation regarding the 1st Quarter 2017 financial report. -
John Clamp

A. Balance Sheet
B. Revenue and Expenditures
C. Administrative Budgets
D. Investment Summary

11. Real Estate/Lease Update - John Clamp

12. Internal audit update on 2016 completed activities and projects and the internal audit plan for
2017. - John Clamp and Delissa Flores

13. Agency Contract Performance Report - Diane Rath

New Business

14. Consider and act upon the recommendation to adopt a Resolution to recognize May 8-13, 2017
as Economic Development Week in the AACOG Region. - Gloria Vasquez

15.
Consider and act upon the recommendation to adopt a Resolution to recognize the month of May as
Older Americans Month in the AACOG Region. - Annie Erickson
Committee Reports
16. AIR Executive Committee Update - Roger Arriaga
17.
Consider and act upon the recommendation to adopt a Resolution to recognize May 1 - 5 as National
Air Quality Awareness Week and the month of May as Walk & Roll Challenge Month in the AACOG Region.
- Roger Arriaga
18.
Consider and act upon the following recommendations from the Criminal Justice Advisory Committee in
Juvenile Justice Program (JJDP), Justice Assistance Grant (JAG), General Victims Assistance-Direct
Services (VOCA), and Violence Against Women Justice and Training Program (VAWA) for FY 2018. -
Marcela Medina
19.
Consider and act upon the recommendation from the Bexar Senior Advisory Committee (BSAC) to approve
the additions and amendment to the AAA Contractor Choice List for FY 2017 and to authorize the
Executive Director to execute and/or amend contracts with vendors as appropriate for service
delivery to clients. - Annie Erickson
20.
Next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at AACOG in the Al
J. Notzon Ill Board Room.
21. Adjournment

Items of interest for inclusion on future agendas should be forwarded to the Chair and Executive
Director.



Chris Schuchart AACOG Board Chair
County Judge, Medina County

I, the undersigned, Diane Rath, do hereby certify that the above Notice of Meeting of the above
named Board of Directors is a true and correct copy of said Notice, and that I posted a true and
correct copy of said Notice at the State of Texas, the Bexar County Clerk's Office, Texas, and at
the entrance of 8700 Tesoro Drive, San Antonio, Texas; places readily accessible to the general
public. Said Notice shall remain so posted continuously for at least 72 hours proceeding the
scheduled time of said Meeting.

Dated this 20th day of April, 2017
Diane Rath Executive Director
This meeting is accessible to disabled persons. The accessible entrance is located at the front
entrance of 8700 Tesoro Drive. Accessible parking spaces are also available. Please contact AACOG
for auxiliary
aids and services for the hearing impaired, including interpreters for the dea , at (210) 362-5200
at least 48
hours prior to the meeting or by calling Texas Relay at 7-1-1 for assistance.


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Agency Name: Alamo Area Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: AACOG AIR Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 8700 Tesoro Dr., Suite 100
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002803
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Roger Arriaga, rarriaga@aacog.com, 210-362-5006
Agenda: Agenda
Alamo Area Council of Governments
Air Improvement Resources (AIR) Executive Committee Meeting
April 26, 2017, 8:30 a.m.
Al J. Notzon III Board Room
8700 Tesoro Drive, Suite 100
San Antonio, TX 78217

1. Meeting Called to Order

2. Roll Call

3. Citizens to be Heard

This time is for anyone to comment on issues and items of concern. There will be no deliberation or action on these comments. Any person or organization wishing to address the committee shall sign up to speak. An individual or an individual representing an organization will have three minutes to speak. That time period may be expanded to a maximum of nine minutes, providing the speaker has been allotted the time reserved by two others who have registered to speak.

4. Consider and act upon the February 22, 2017 minutes Arriaga

5. Joint Air Executive Committee/Clean Air Coalition Meeting Update Arriaga

6. Consider and act upon membership recommendations for the AIR Technical and AIR Advisory Committees Arriaga
A. Alan Montemayor Sierra Club Request (AIR TECH)
B. Other Committee Membership Recommendations

7. AIR Executive Committee Membership Update
A. Darrel Lux Kendall County Judge (alternate Don Durden, Kendall County Pct. 4 Commissioner) AACOG Board Appointee

8. Ozone Report - Hufstetler

9. Regional Air Quality Strategic Plan Update - Arriaga

10. Air Quality Outreach and Education Update Prosterman/Lowder

11. Consider and Act Upon a Resolution Recognizing Air Quality Awareness Week and Walk & Roll Challenge Month - Lowder

12. Clean Cities Update Jones

13. Legislative Updates Arriaga

14. Cost of Nonattainment Report Update Arriaga

15. Next Meetings

A. June 2017 Joint Committee (postponed)
B. July 26, 2017

16. Adjournment

This meeting is accessible to people with disabilities. The accessible entrance is located at the front entrance of 8700 Tesoro Drive. Accessible parking spaces are also available. Please contact AACOG for auxiliary aids and services for the hearing impaired, including interpreters for the deaf, at (210) 362-5200 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting or by calling Texas Relay at 7-1-1 for assistance.


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Agency Name: North East Texas Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Full Board
Status: Active
Street Location: Mount Pleasant Civic Center, 1800 North Jefferson
City Location: Mount Pleasant
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002836
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: April Corbit Board Relations Coordinator 911 North Bishop Building A100 Wake Village, TX 75501 (903) 794-9490 X 512 april.corbit@netxworks.org
Agenda: Place: Mount Pleasant Civic Center
1800 North Jefferson
Mount Pleasant, Texas
Date: April 26, 2017
Time: 10:30 A.M.


1. Call To Order

2. Introductions

3. Determination of Quorum

4. Declaration of Conflict of Interest

5. Reminder of Texas Government Code Chapter 551 regarding open meetings that if a member of the public or of the Board inquires about a subject that is not on the agenda, and for which notice has not been given as required, any discussion of or decision about the subject of the inquiry shall be limited to a proposal to place the subject on the agenda for a future meeting.

6. Comments from Visitors (limit 5 minutes, visitors must register prior to Board meeting)

7. Consider approval of Board Minutes of February 22, 2017*

8. Consider approval of the items on the Consent Agenda*
Any board member may request that any item be removed from this consent agenda and placed on the regular agenda.

Policy Revisions
Performance Award
Administration of Client Records
Individual Training Accounts
WIOA Eligibility and Appropriateness of Workforce Services
Timely and Reasonable Attempts to Contact Clients
Furlough
Reduction in Force
Tuition Assistance for Board Staff
Cellular Phones
Communications and Marketing
Information Systems Application Backup
Development and Change Management for Information Resources
General Procurement Responsibilities
Micro and Small Purchases
Procurement File Maintenance and Record Retention
Procurement Standards of Conduct and Conflict of Interest
Small and Minority Firms

Policy Rescissions
Flexible Workplace
Cost of Living Adjustment

9. Consider Reports From:
A. Executive Committee Chairmans Report (Jennifer Harland)
Discussion and action regarding revisions made to the Performance Management and Compensation policy*
Discussion and action regarding the performance evaluation of the Executive Director

B. Internal Affairs Committee Chairmans Report (Anthony Pinkham)
Discussion and action regarding the monthly financial reports*
Discussion and action regarding weekly work search requirements for UI recipients*
Report on external and internal monitoring and contracted performance measures *

C. External Affairs Committee Chairmans Report (Sheryl Paden)
Discussion regarding current projects and events

10. Discussion and recommendation for action regarding the amendment made to the Workforce Solutions Northeast Texas Bylaws.*

11. Report from Managing Director on Vocational Rehabilitation Summer Earn and Learn Program

12. Report and update by the Executive Director and/or staff regarding administrative matters, including internal policies and procedures, customer service issues, status of project assignments, organizational matters, and responsibilities of the Boards departments.
60X30TX Initiative
Vocational Rehab Consolidation
Careers in Texas Industry Week
Commissioner Alvarez visit for Skills Development Fund grant check presentation

13. Consider Discussion of Future Agenda Items

14. Announcements
Quarterly meeting with the Chief Elected Officials on April 27, 2017 at the Titus County Extension Office at 10:30 a.m. or immediately following the Ark-Tex Council of Governments (ATCOG) meeting

15. Comments from Chief Elected Officials

16. Adjourn
Labor Market Information*


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Agency Name: Middle Rio Grande Development Council
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Foundation Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 215 Veterans Lane
City Location: Uvalde
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002873
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Michelle Garcia 830-876-1203
Agenda: MIDDLE RIO GRANDE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

FOUNDATION COMMITTEE MEETING

Wednesday, April 26, 2017
11:00 a.m.

Uvalde County FairPlex
215 Veterans Lane
Uvalde, Texas 78801


Agenda

I. Call Meeting to Order

II. Roll Call

III. Approval of Minutes December 14, 2016

V. New Business

ACTION ITEMS:

a. Ratification of approval of the sponsorship request from the City of Eagle Pass Teleton Navideno 2016.

b. Consideration to review and approve MRGD Foundation Sponsorship applications.

1. Community Service Agency of South Texas Senior Fun Day

2. Eagle Ford Consortium, Inc.

3. Regional Programs Outreach

c. Authorization to approve amended Dimmit County VITA Budget

d. Authorization to approve Zavala County VITA Budget

VI. Other Business


VII. Adjournment


The Next MRGD Foundation Meeting will be held Wednesday, June 14, 2017 in Uvalde, TX.


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Agency Name: Middle Rio Grande Development Council
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 215 Veterans Lane
City Location: Uvalde
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002872
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Michelle Garcia 830-876-1203
Agenda: Individuals with special needs may contact our office five (5) working days before our meeting to request special accommodations.

MIDDLE RIO GRANDE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
1:00 PM
AGENDA
I. ROLL CALL AND DETERMINATION OF QUORUM II. INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES February 22, 2017 IV. NEW BUSINESS 1. Executive Committee Presenter: Hon. Ramsey E. Cantu
a. ACTION ITEM: 1. Authorization to approve resolution of support for sustaining the U.S. Economic Development Administration and the Federal Community Development Block Grant Program.
b. INFORMATION ITEM: 1. VITA Update 2. Audit Committee Presenter: Mr. Joe Cardenas
a. ACTION ITEMS: 1. Authorization to approve Audit for FY ending 2016. 3. Budget Committee Presenter: President Hector Gonzales
a. ACTION ITEM: 1. Authorization to approve Mid-Year Budget 4. ADVISORY COMMITTEES a. Area Advisory Committee on Aging Presenter: Hon. Jesus Chavez
1. ACTION ITEMS: a. Authorization to approve a Proclamation in support of May 2017 as Older Americans
Month - "Aging Out Loud" b. Ratification to submit FY2017-2018 State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) application to Health & Human Services Commission.
c. Authorization to accept FY2017-2018 SHIP grant award in the amount of $69,000.00. 2. INFORMATION ITEM: a. Area Agency on Aging Program Report. b. Senior Fun Day b. 2-1-1 Area Information Center Presenter: Mr. Henry Garcia
1. ACTION ITEM: a. Authorization to approve 211 FY2018 HHSC Operations Contract in the amount of $186,000.00; Amendment #5, Contract #529-16-0006-00008E
b. Authorization to approve 211 FY2018 HHSC Operations Contract in the amount of $6,703.55; Amendment #6, Contract # 529-0006-00008F.
2. INFORMATION ITEM: a. 2-1-1 AIC Program Report c. 9-1-1 Advisory Committee Presenter: Mr. Henry Garcia
1. ACTION ITEM: a. Authorization to procure for the Standardize Roads & Address Points (SSAP) H-GAC EC07-16 Datamaster.
2. INFORMATION ITEM: a. 9-1-1 Program Report d. Homeland Security Committee Presenter: Hon. William R. Mitchell
1. ACTION ITEMS: a. Authorization to approve Resolution of the Prioritized FY2018 grant applications submitted to the Governor's Office Homeland Security Division.
2. INFORMATION ITEM: a. Homeland Security Committee Report e. Criminal Justice Advisory Committee Presenter: Hon. Efrain Valdez
1. ACTION ITEMS: a. Authorization to approve resolution of the prioritized FY'2018 grant applications submitted to the Governor's Office Criminal Justice Division.
b. Authorization to submit RFQ to the Office of the Governor Criminal Justice Division for CJD Planning Services.
c. Ratification to approve CJD FY2018 Regional Strategic Plan. 2. INFORMATION ITEM:
a. Criminal Justice Program Report. f. Solid Waste Advisory Committee Presenter: Mr. Rowland Garza
1. INFORMATION ITEM: a. Solid Waste Program Report 5. STANDING COMMITTEES a. Community & Economic Development Committee Presenter: Hon. Ramsey E. Cantu
1. INFORMATION ITEM: a. Planning and Operations Activity Report. b. Finance Committee Presenter: Ms. Otila Gonzalez
1. ACTION ITEMS: a. Authorization to approve contract for PSAP Map applications MapFlex & GSE for 9-11 Mapping Program for CenturyLink in the amount of $93,360.39.
b. Authorization to approve contract to transition to Text to 911, with 5 year service for 91-1 Operations Services for West Safety Services in the amount of $92,200.00.
c. Authorization to renew ECaTS 9-1-1 Call Information contract for 2 years for West Safety Services in the amount of $106,676.00.
d. Authorization to renew CenturyLink Contract for 2 years for 9-1-1 Systems Maintenance. CenturyLink Centurion in the amount of $291,120.00 and CenturyLink West Support in the amount of $145,882.48.
e. Authorization to renew DSS Recorder contract for 2 years for 9-1-1 System Maintenance in the amount of $33,175.09.
f. Authorization to release bank RFP. g. Authorization to approve change, 1 addition, to MRGDC Procurement Policy. h. Ratification of expenditures/obligations of goods and services over $25,000.00. 2. INFORMATION ITEMS: a. Finance Report update of "Statement of Expenditures" c. Workforce Committee Presenter: Hon. Ramsey Cantu
1. INFORMATION ITEMS: a. Director of Operations Report b. Director of Child Care Report c. Data Fund Technicians WF Program Report d. Monitoring Committee Presenter: Hon. Joe Luna
1. INFORMATION ITEM: a. TWC Monitoring
b. Richard Rogers Monitoring e. Education Committee Presenter: Supt. Gilberto Gonzalez
1. INFORMATION ITEM: a. Education Report f. Partnership & Resources 1. INFORMATION ITEM: a. October 14, 2017 Annual Golf Tournament - Concan, Texas 6. ADMINSTRATIVE ACTIVITES a. Workforce Board Executive Director's Report Presenter: Mr. Rick McNiel
b. Executive Director's Report Presenter: Mr. Nick Gallegos
1. Next Board of Director's Meeting will be held on June 28, 2017. Location remains tentative.
V. OTHER BUSINESS VI. ADJOURNMENT ALL OF THE ACTION ITEMS WILL BE CONSIDERED BY THE INDICATED COMMITTEES AT MEETINGS TO BE HELD AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES AND PLACES:


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Agency Name: Brazos Valley Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Homeland Security Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 3991 E. 29TH ST. BRYAN TX
City Location: Bryan
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002862
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Robert.santarsiero@bvcog.org
Agenda: I. Call to Order
II. Invocation and Pledges of Allegiance
III. Introductions
IV. Consider for Approval of 2/22/2017 HSAC Minutes
V. Bryan PD: Active Shooter Lessons Learned
VI. Sub-Committee Updates
A. Training Sub-Committee
VII. Homeland Security Grant Updates
A. Scoring Workgroup Recommendations
VIII. Criminal Justice Updates
IX. CERT/Citizen Corps Updates
X. Public Comments
XI. Important Dates
A. 05/16-19/2017 TDEM Emergency Mgmt Conference @ San Antonio
B. 5/11-12/2017 PER 211 Medical Management of CBRNE Events College Station @ Baylor Scott & White
C. 5/24/2017 TAMU Disaster Drill
D. 6/5-7/2017 Hurricane Charlie Statewide Exercise
E. 6/19 12/12/2017 SFFMA FF 1 & 2 @ Brenham
F. 10/10-12/2017 PIO Class @ CEOC
G. Fall/Winter 2017 Pro Board Hazmat Tech @ Brenham
XII. Next HSAC Meeting will be held on 6/28/2017
XIII. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region 9
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Region 9 ESC Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 301 Loop 11
City Location: Wichita Falls
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002821
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Wes Pierce, Executive Director 940.322.6928 or wes.pierce@esc9.net
Agenda: REVISED
AGENDA
The Board of Directors of Region 9 Education Service Center will hold a Regular Director's Meeting at 12:30 PM on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 in the Baylor Boardroom of the Region 9 ESC Building at 301 Loop 11 in Wichita Falls, Texas. At that meeting the Board may deliberate or act on any of the subjects listed on the following agenda. The Chairman may change the order of the items listed below for the convenience of the board.
Quorum
1. Call to Order
2. Invocation
3. Minutes
A. Approval of Minutes of February 22, 2017 Meeting
4. Request for Audience/Open Forum
5. Action Items
A. Business Items
(1) Administer Oath of Office to Elected and Appointed Board Members -Ms. Jaggers, Mr. Bickings, and Mr. Lundgren
(2) Annual Filing by Board Members of "Conflict of Interest Disclosure" Forms
(3) Appointment of Nominating Committee for Reorganization of the Board
(4) Election of Delegate and Alternate to Delegate Assembly of Texas Association of School Boards
(5) Head Start Action and Information Items
a. Report from Policy Council Liaison to the Board
b. Approval/Review of Head Start Personnel
c. Approval of Head Start Policies and Procedures
d. Review of School Readiness Goal Update
e. Review of Program Information Summaries - Site Reports
f. Review of Eligibility, Enrollment, Waitlist, Attendance, Disability & Language
g. Review of Report from USDA
h. Review of Communication from the Office of Head Start
i. Review of Ongoing Monitoring (Program & Fiscal)
j. Other
(6) Approval of Cash Financial Reports, Comparison of Revenues to Budgets, Comparison of Expenditures and Encumbrances to Budgets, Report of Receivables - February & March 2017 and Comparison of Head Start Budget
to Expenditure by Site - January & February 2017 Including Credit Card Expenditures (See Exhibit A)
(7) Report on Investment Funding for February & March 2017 (Information Only)
(8) Report of Fiscal Year 2016-17 Budget Amendments (Information Only)
(9) Report of Fiscal Year 2016-17 New Budgets (Information Only)
(10) Report of 2016-17 Resignations, New Personnel, and Employment Agreement Adjustments
(11) Approval of Multi-Regional Purchasing Cooperative Interlocal Participation Agreements for Regions 9, 11, 14 & 15 MRPC
(12) Approval of Awarding of Bid #2017-01 MRPC Combined Purchasing Line Item Bid
(13) Approval of 2017-18 Region 9 ESC Contract of Services and Cooperative/Shared Service Fees for 2017-18
(14) Approval of Local Policy DEA (LOCAL) Update
(15) Report on Construction Project
(16) Report on Contract Procedures
(17) Report on Data Security
(18) Consider Adoption of Credit Protection Resolution
(19) Enter Executive Session for the Purpose of Personnel Matters as Set Forth in The Texas Government Code: 551.074 - Annual Evaluation of the Executive Director
(20) Approval of Employment Contract of Executive Director
6. Information/Discussion Items
A. 2017-18 ESC Calendar
B. Correspondence
(1) Letter from TEA Regarding Audit
(2) Letter of Appreciation for Diane Balthrop, David Anderson, and Amy Rogers
(3) Letter of Appreciation for Dana Parrish and Darren Francis
C. Next Board Meeting - Wednesday, June 28, 2017
7. Adjournment
In accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act (subchapters D and E of Ch. 551, Tex. Govt. Code), the board may enter closed meeting to deliberate any subject authorized by Subchapter D that is listed on the agenda for this meeting. Any final action, decision, or vote on a subject deliberated in closed meeting will be taken in an open meeting held in compliance with Texas Open Meetings Act.


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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region 9
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Region 9 ESC Board of Directors
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 301 Loop 11
City Location: Wichita Falls
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002758
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Wes Pierce, Executive Director 940.322.6928 or wes.pierce@esc9.net
Agenda: The Board of Directors of Region 9 Education Service Center will hold a Regular Director's Meeting at 12:30 PM on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 in the Baylor Boardroom of the Region 9 ESC Building at 301 Loop 11 in Wichita Falls, Texas. At that meeting the Board may deliberate or act on any of the subjects listed on the following agenda. The Chairman may change the order of the items listed below for the convenience of the board.
Quorum
1. Call to Order
2. Invocation
3. Minutes
A. Approval of Minutes of February 22, 2017 Meeting
4. Request for Audience/Open Forum
5. Action Items
A. Business Items
(1) Administer Oath of Office to Elected and Appointed Board Members -Ms. Jaggers, Mr. Bickings, and Mr. Lundgren
(2) Annual Filing by Board Members of "Conflict of Interest Disclosure" Forms
(3) Appointment of Nominating Committee for Reorganization of the Board
(4) Election of Delegate and Alternate to Delegate Assembly of Texas Association of School Boards
(5) Head Start Action and Information Items
a. Report from Policy Council Liaison to the Board
b. Approval/Review of Head Start Personnel
c. Approval of Head Start Policies and Procedures
d. Review of School Readiness Goal Update
e. Review of Program Information Summaries - Site Reports
f. Review of Eligibility, Enrollment, Waitlist, Attendance, Disability & Language
g. Review of Report from USDA
h. Review of Communication from the Office of Head Start
i. Review of Ongoing Monitoring (Program & Fiscal)
j. Other
(6) Approval of Cash Financial Reports, Comparison of Revenues to Budgets, Comparison of Expenditures and Encumbrances to Budgets, Report of Receivables - February & March 2017 and Comparison of Head Start Budget to Expenditure by Site - January & February 2017 Including Credit Card Expenditures (See Exhibit A)
(7) Report on Investment Funding for February & March 2017 (Information Only)
(8) Report of Fiscal Year 2016-17 Budget Amendments (Information Only)
(9) Report of Fiscal Year 2016-17 New Budgets (Information Only)
(10) Report of 2016-17 Resignations, New Personnel, and Employment Agreement Adjustments
(11) Approval of Multi-Regional Purchasing Cooperative Interlocal Participation Agreements for Regions 9, 11, 14 & 15 MRPC
(12) Approval of Awarding of Bid #2017-01 MRPC Combined Purchasing Line Item Bid
(13) Approval of 2017-18 Region 9 ESC Contract of Services and Cooperative/Shared Service Fees for 2017-18
(14) Approval of Local Policy DEA (LOCAL) Update
(15) Report on Construction Project
(16) Report on Contract Procedures
(17) Report on Data Security
(18) Enter Executive Session for the Purpose of Personnel Matters as Set Forth in The Texas Government Code: 551.074 - Annual Evaluation of the Executive Director
(19) Approval of Employment Contract of Executive Director
6. Information/Discussion Items
A. 2017-18 ESC Calendar
B. Correspondence
(1) Letter from TEA Regarding Audit
(2) Letter of Appreciation for Diane Balthrop, David Anderson, and Amy Rogers
(3) Letter of Appreciation for Dana Parrish and Darren Francis
C. Next Board Meeting - Wednesday, June 28, 2017
7. Adjournment
In accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act (subchapters D and E of Ch. 551, Tex. Govt. Code), the board may enter closed meeting to deliberate any subject authorized by Subchapter D that is listed on the agenda for this meeting. Any final action, decision, or vote on a subject deliberated in closed meeting will be taken in an open meeting held in compliance with Texas Open Meetings Act.


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Agency Name: Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: LRGVDC Main Campus, 301 W. Railroad St., Bldg B
City Location: Weslaco
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002824
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Debby Morales, Executive Secretary, 956-682-3481, ext 102
Agenda: PRESIDING: MAYOR CELESTE SANCHEZ, 1ST VICE PRESIDENT

1. Call to Order & Roll Call President
A. Invocation
B. Pledge of Allegiance

2. Consider Approval of March 29, 2017 Board Meeting Minutes President


3. Administration President

A. Report(s) from Legislative Delegation

B. Public Comment

C. Staff Recognition for Years of Service President

D. Consider Appointment of 2017 Nominating Committee President

E. Consider Approval to Schedule Nominating Committee Meeting on
Wednesday, May 17, 2017 President

F. Presentation of Quarterly Investment Report Crystal Balboa
Finance Director

G. Executive Director Report Ron Garza
Executive Director

1. LRGVDC Updates & Activities

a. Consider Approval of Resolution of Regional Support

b. Presentation of Draft Revised Code of Ethical Conduct Policy

c. Upcoming Events:
1. May 4 - Large City Coalition Meeting
2. May 15 EDA/ Congressional Press Conference
3. May 23 - Leadership & Innovation in City Government (Professional Development Program)
4. May 31 Regional Police Academy Graduate Recognition
5. June 12-14 RGV to DC Trip
6. Date TBD Road to Recycling Press Conference


4. Report from 9-1-1 Department Sergio Castro
Director
A. Program Status Reports

1. Location Validation Program
2. Database Program
3. Mapping Program
4. System and Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) Operations Program
5. Public Education/Training Program


5. Report from Area Agency on Aging Jose L. Gonzalez
Director
A. Program Status Reports

1. Aging Policy Briefing
2. Annual Centenarian Recognition
3. Additional Funds to Expand Respite Services


6. Report from Economic Development Department Terrie G. Salinas
Director
A. Economic Development Administration (EDA)

1. Economic Development Status Report
2. Regional Small Cities Coalition (RSCC) Status Report


7. Report from Hidalgo County Metropolitan Planning Organization (HCMPO) Andrew Canon
Director
A. Report on TxDOT Options for I-2/I-69C Interchange


8. Report from Homeland Security Manuel Cruz
Director
A. Report from Homeland Security

1. Program Status Reports

a. Homeland Security Programs
b. Citizen Corps Program (CCP)/Preparedness
c. FY2015 Homeland Security Grant Program
d. FY2016 Homeland Security Grant Program
e. FY2017 Homeland Security Grant Program


B. Act upon Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) Recommendations

1. Consider Approval of FY 2017-2018 Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program Priority Listing and Resolution

2. Consider Approval of FY 2017-2018 Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (JJDP) Program Priority Listing and Resolution

3. Consider Approval of FY 2017-2018 Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant Priority Listing and Resolution

4. Consider Approval of FY 2017-2018 Violence Against Women (VAWA) Grant Priority Listing and Resolution

5. Program Status Report
a. CJD Funding


9. Report from Regional Planning and Services Marcie Oviedo
Director
A. Environmental Resources
1. Water Resources
a. Program Activity and Status Report (Region M)
2. Solid Waste Management
a. Program Status Report on Solid Waste Program Activities
B. HUD Disaster Recovery Funding
1. Program Status Report on 2nd Round Disaster Recovery Funding
a. Non-Rental Contract
b. Rental Contract

10. Report from Regional Police Academy Ron Garza
Executive Director
A. Act upon Regional Police Academy Advisory Committee Recommendation

1. Consider Approval of Revisions to Standard Operating Procedures

B. Status Reports from Regional Police Academy

1. In-Service Training Hours Reported
2. Basic Peace Officer Academy
3. May 2017 In-Service Scheduled
4. Basic Peace Officer Course Upcoming Academies
5. Academy Projected Graduation Dates


11. Report from Valley Metro Tom Logan
Director
A. Rural and Urban System

1. Consider Approval of Revisions to Oversight Policy

2. Consider Approval of Update to Regional Public Transportation Coordination Plan

3. NADO 2017 Excellence in Regional Transportation Award

4. Program Status Reports

a. Ridership Report
b. Regional Transportation Advisory Panel (RTAP) Activity

12. Old or New Business President
A. Reservoir Levels


13. Adjourn President


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Agency Name: West Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 3702 Loop 322
City Location: Abilene
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002900
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Wendy Allen 325-672-8544
Agenda: I. CALL TO ORDER
Judge Ricky Fritz, Scurry County Judge, President

II. REVIEW AND CONSIDERATION FOR APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM June 22, 2016 (ACTION)
President Fritz

III. Presentation on Certified economic development strategy(CEDS) survey RESULTS for the wct economic development district
Aaron Smith, 710 Analytics

IV. PRESENTATION-EDA 101
Trisha Korbas and Jason Wilson, Field Representative(s), Economic Development Administration

V. Review and discuss APPROVAL of Certified economic development strategy UPDATE for the economic development district for 2017 (action)
Wendy Allen, Regional Services & Economic Development Director

VI. ADJOURN (action)
President Fritz




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Agency Name: West Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 3702 Loop 322
City Location: Abilene
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002783
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Tom Smith 325-672-8544
Agenda: I. CALL TO ORDER

II. INVOCATION

III. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF MARCH 22, 2017 MEETING (ACTION)

V. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE APPROVAL OF THE FINANCIAL AND INVESTMENT REPORTS (ACTION)

VI. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING APPROVAL OF THE AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2016 (ACTION)

VII. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL RECEIVE A REPORT FROM THE HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT ON REGIONAL RADIO 101 TRAININGS

VIII. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE APPROVAL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADVISORY COMMITTEES PRIORITIZATION AND FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR GRANT APPLICATIONS UNDER GENERAL VICTIM ASSISTANCE, JUVENILE PROGRAMS, AND JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAMS FUNDING SOURCES FOR FY 2018 (ACTION)

IX. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE APPROVAL OF OUT OF STATE TRAVEL REQUESTS (ACTION)

X. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING APPROVAL TO THE APPOINTMENT OF THREE MEMBERS TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR COUNCIL FINANCE, INC. (ACTION)

XI. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE HOMELAND SECURITY ADVISORY COMMITTEES PRIORITIZATION OF REQUESTED EQUIPMENT PURCHASES FOR DISTRIBUTION IN THE REGION (ACTION)

XII. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING APPROVAL FOR THE HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT TO APPLY FOR AN ASSISTANCE TO FIREFIGHTERS GRANT PROGRAM, FIRE PREVENTION AND SAFETY GRANTS (ACTION)

XIII. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL RECEIVE A REPORT FROM THE AGING PROGRAM ON THE HOME DELIVERED MEALS PILOT PROJECT

XIV. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL RECEIVE A REPORT FROM REGIONAL SERVICES STAFF ON A HOUSING STUDY

XV. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL RECEIVE A PRESENTATION FROM MS. TRISHA KORBAS, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION EDA

XVI. ADJOURN


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Agency Name: Trinity River Authority of Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:15 AM(Local Time)
Committee: CENTRAL REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM RIGHT-OF-WAY COMMITTEE
Status: Active
Street Location: 5300 S. COLLINS ST.
City Location: ARLINGTON
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002838
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: HOWARD S. SLOBODIN, SEC., BOARD OF DIRECTORS, PO BOX 60, ARLINGTON 76004; 817-467-4343
Agenda: [ITEM A INVOLVES ACQUISITION OF REAL PROPERTY AND IS EXEMPT FROM THE OPEN MEETING REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED IN CHAPTER 551 OF THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE. THE TRINITY RIVER AUTHORITY OF TEXAS RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CONVOKE AN EXECUTIVE, OR CLOSED, SESSION ON THE FOLLOWING ITEM SUBJECT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF TEX. GOVT CODE SEC. 551.072 et seq. ANY FINAL DECISION, ACTION OR VOTE MUST BE DONE IN OPEN SESSION.]

A. CENTRAL REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- BEAR CREEK INTERCEPTOR SEGMENT 09BC-1 PROJECT -- RIGHT-OF-WAY ACQUISITION.


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Agency Name: Trinity River Authority of Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 5300 S. COLLINS ST.
City Location: ARLINGTON
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002834
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: HOWARD S. SLOBODIN, SEC., BOARD OF DIRECTORS, PO BOX 60, ARLINGTON 76004; 817-467-4343
Agenda: A. APPROVAL AND FILING OF COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2016.

B. CENTRAL REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- DENTON CREEK REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- ISSUANCE OF REVENUE AND/OR REFUNDING REVENUE BONDS.

C. INVESTMENT OFFICERS' REPORT.

D. SALARY ADMINISTRATION PLAN -- REVISIONS TO MANAGEMENT POSITIONS.

E. CENTRAL REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- PHASE VI REHABILITATION -- ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

F. CENTRAL REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- ELM FORK RELIEF INTERCEPTOR, SEGMENT 2, PHASE 1 -- SECOND AMENDMENT ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

G. CENTRAL REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- COLLECTION SYSTEMS BUILDING AND EQUIPMENT AREA IMPROVEMENTS -- SECOND AMENDMENT ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

H. CENTRAL REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- MC-7 AND MC-8 RELIEF INTERCEPTOR, PHASE I -- TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION STANDARD UTILITY AGREEMENT (U-35) AND STATEMENT COVERING UTILITY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT WORK (U-48) -- CHANGE ORDER AND FIRST AMENDMENT ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

I. CENTRAL REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- PHASE V REHABILITATION AERATION BASIN IMPROVEMENTS -- CHANGE ORDER.

J. TEN MILE CREEK REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- 40TM-5 RELIEF INTERCEPTOR -- CONTRACT AWARD AND ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

K. TEN MILE CREEK REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- 40TM-6 RELIEF INTERCEPTOR PIPELINE IMPROVEMENTS -- CONTRACT AWARD AND ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

L. TEN MILE CREEK REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- CEDAR HILL LIFT STATION IMPROVEMENTS -- CONTRACT AWARD AND ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

M. TARRANT COUNTY WATER SUPPLY PROJECT -- CHLORINE SCRUBBER AND BULK STORAGE AREA ENCLOSURE IMPROVEMENTS -- FOURTH AMENDMENT ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

N. NORTHERN REGION SYSTEMS -- EMERGENCY PIPELINE REPAIR ANNUAL CONTRACT -- CONTRACT AWARD.

O. LAKE LIVINGSTON PROJECT -- AMENDMENTS TO CERTIFICATE OF ADJUDICATION NO. 08-4248 -- RESOLUTION NO. R-1482.

P. LAKE LIVINGSTON PROJECT -- HYDROPOWER PROJECT -- STATUS REPORT.

Q. SUMMARY REPORT OF TRINITY RIVER AUTHORITY DEBT -- SUMMARY REPORT OF APRIL 2017 CAPITAL CONTRACTS.

R. SUMMARY REPORT OF GENERAL MANAGER-APPROVED AGREEMENTS.

S. SUMMARY REPORT OF CHANGE ORDERS.

T. SUMMARY REPORT OF FIELD ORDERS APPROVED BY THE GENERAL MANAGER.

[ITEMS U AND V INVOLVE LITIGATION, POTENTIAL LITIGATION, ACQUISITION OF REAL PROPERTY, OR NECESSITATE CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION WITH COUNSEL AND ARE EXEMPT FROM THE OPEN MEETING REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED IN CHAPTER 551 OF THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE. THE TRINITY RIVER AUTHORITY OF TEXAS RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CONVOKE AN EXECUTIVE, OR CLOSED, SESSION ON THE FOREGOING ITEMS SUBJECT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE CHAPTER 551, SUBCHAPTER E, AND PURSUANT TO TEX. GOVT CODE SEC. 551.071 AND SEC. 551.072. ANY FINAL DECISION, ACTION OR VOTE MUST BE MADE IN OPEN SESSION.]

U. CONDEMNATION STATUS REPORT.

V. SELECTED MATTERS PENDING BEFORE THE TEXAS COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY -- STATUS REPORT.

W. BID AWARDS.




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Agency Name: Toledo Bend Project Joint Committee
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Texas Damsite Office, 450 Spur 135
City Location: Burkeville
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002822
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: David Montagne, Project Supervisor for Administration, P.O. Box 579, Orange, TX 77631, 409-746-2192
Agenda: 1. Call to order.
2. Record of Attendance.
3. Official Meeting Designation (Notice Posted).
4. Approve Minutes of November 29, 2016 Meeting (previously distributed).
5. Public Comments.
6. Appoint Gene Guidry, TBPJO Project Engineer, as
Chief Dam Safety Officer for TBPJO.
7. Discuss and take necessary action to approve an insurance broker for the TBPJO for the three-year period 2017-2019.
8. Discuss status of current TBPJO projects:
1. Spillway repairs
2. Powerhouse unit 2 repair
3. Powerhouse relief wells
4. NERC/SERC update
5. FERC License update
9. Executive Session to Discuss Litigation ((Case No. 1:17-cv-00134-MC, Perry Bonin, Ace Chandler and Michael Manual et al v. Sabine River Authority of Texas et al, In the United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas, Beaumont Division), (Cause No. B160341-C, Jim Waller
et al v. Sabine River Authority of Texas, In the 163rd Judicial District Court of Orange County, Texas), and (Case No. 656098, Marko and Erica Jill Baca et al v. Sabine River Authority, State of Louisiana, In the 19th Judicial District Court for the Parish of East Baton Rouge,
Louisiana)) in Accordance with 551.071 (1.A) of Texas Government Code and r.s. 42.6.1.A (2) Wests Louisiana Statues Annotated and to deliberate the value of real property in accordance with 551.072 of the Texas Government Code and discuss strategy sessions or negotiations with respect to collective bargaining in accordance with r.s. 42.6.1.A (2) Wests Louisiana Statues Annotated.
10. Adjourn.


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Agency Name: Canyon Regional Water Authority
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 850 Lakeside Pass
City Location: New Braunfels
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002698
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ritzie Watkins 830-609-0543
Agenda: Item 1. Open Meeting & corrections to meeting notes

Item 2. Operations Report

Item 3. Report on various meetings regarding Guadalupe Basin Coalitions, Region L
Planning Group, Funding Region L Agreement, GMA 13 meetings, GBRA, Gonzales and Guadalupe Groundwater Conservation Districts, Hays Caldwell PUA. 2017 Legislative Session.

Item 4. Report on progress of Wells Ranch II SWIFT Project along with report on the of construction projects on Wells Ranch project. Report on requirements for Lead and Copper testing.

Item 5. Report on and discussion of Ozone treatment equipment and The Full
Scale Pilot Program at Lake Dunlap WTP and the Hays Caldwell WTP. Report on the funding from the Texas Water Development Board on the Hays Caldwell WTP improvements.

Item 6. Items for the next Board of Managers meeting or the Board of Trustees
meeting.


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Agency Name: Hays Caldwell Public Utility Agency
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 501 E. Hopkins
City Location: San Marcos
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002865
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Graham Moore (512-294-3214)
Agenda: Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at 3:00 PM

San Marcos Activity Center
501 E. Hopkins, San Marcos, Texas 78666

This Notice is posted pursuant to the Texas Open Meetings Act (Texas Government Code Chapter 551). The Hays Caldwell Public Utility Agency (the Agency) Board of Directors will hold a meeting at 3:00 PM, Wednesday, March 22, 2017, at the San Marcos Activity Center, 501 E. Hopkins, San Marcos, Texas. Additional information can be obtained by calling Graham Moore at (512) 294-3214.

A. CALL TO ORDER

B. ROLL CALL

C. PUBLIC COMMENTS (3-minute time limit, each).

D. CONSENT AGENDA
The items included in the Consent Agenda portion of this meeting agenda can be considered and approved by the Board of Directors by one motion and vote. A Board member may request that an item included in the Consent Agenda be considered separately, in which event the Board of Directors will take action on the remaining Consent Agenda items and then consider the item removed from the Consent Agenda.

D.1 Consider approval of minutes of the Regular Meeting held March 22, 2017. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

D.2 Consider approval of the financial report for the period ending March 2017. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

D.3 Consider approval of the quarterly investment report for the period ending March 31, 2017. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E. REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS

E.1 Report on Executive Committee activities. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E.2 Report on public relations activities by Gap Strategies; discussion and direction to staff and consultants on future activities. ~ Kara Buffington, Gap Strategies

E.3 Update on the Agencys 2017 SWIFT Application. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E.4 Consider adoption of resolution requesting financial assistance from the Texas Water Development Board for the Agencys Phase 1A project; authorizing the filing of an application for assistance; and making certain findings in connection herewith.

E.5 Consider adoption of Resolution 20170426-001 approving an agreement with the City of Kyle describing the infrastructure and easement responsibilities associated with the connection of the Agencys Phase 1A Pipeline to the City of Kyle water distribution system. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E.6 Discussion of legislative issues for the 85th Texas Legislature, and possible direction to Staff. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E.7 Update on status of groundwater management in project target area, and Gonzales County Underground Water Conservation District, Plum Creek Conservation District, Groundwater Management Area 13, Region L Planning Group, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority, Hays County and CAPCOG activities. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E.8 Consider adoption of Resolution 20170426-002 approving a purchase agreement with Mountain Plum, Ltd. for acquisition of easements associated with the Agencys Phase 1A project. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E.9 Consider adoption of Resolution 20170426-003 approving a contract with Baker General Partnership and others for acquisition of property associated with the Agencys Phase 1B project. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E.10 Consider adoption of Resolution 20170426-004 authorizing the Executive Director to enter into a contract not-to-exceed $15,000 for environmental services in support of the Agencys Phase 1B project. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director


F. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND LEGAL COUNSEL REPORTS ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director; Mark B. Taylor, General Counsel


G. BOARD MEMBER ITEMS no action to be taken.

H. EXECUTIVE SESSION


H.1 Executive Session pursuant to the Government Code, Section 551.071 (Consultation with Attorney) and/or Section 551.072 and 551.073 (Real Property Deliberations) regarding:
A. Water supply partnership options
B. Acquisition of real property for water supply project purposes

H.2 Action from Executive Session on the following matters:
A. Water supply partnership options
B. Acquisition of real property for water supply project purposes


I. ADJOURNMENT


NOTE: The Board of Directors may meet in Executive Session to consider any item listed on this agenda if a matter is raised that is appropriate for Executive Session discussion. An announcement will be made of the basis for the Executive Session discussion. The Board of Directors may also publicly discuss any item listed on the agenda for Executive Session.


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Agency Name: Lower Colorado Regional Water Planning Group
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Regular Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 3505 Montopolis Drive
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002853
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Teresa Lutes, City of Austin, Teresa.Lutes@austintexas.gov (512)972-0179
Agenda: 1. Call to Order Chairman John Burke
2. Welcome and Introductions John Burke
3. Attendance Report Teresa Lutes
4. Consent Agenda (5 minutes):
a. Approval of Minutes from the January 11, 2017 regular meeting Teresa Lutes
b. Financial/Budget Report David Wheelock
5. Discuss Executive Committee recommendation for nominee to fill the vacancy of Environmental Interest membership left by the resignation of Jim Barho. Take action as necessary. John Burke
6. Texas Water Development Board Update update on regional water planning activities, schedules and planning group grant funding status and notifications. TWDB - Lann Bookout
7. Consider vote to adopt Creedmoor-Maha WSC Minor Amendment to the 2016 Approved Region K Plan, and to submit the Minor Amendment as a water supply project to the Texas Water Development Board. Take action as necessary. GDS Associates (25 minutes)
8. Consultant Status Report AECOM (15 minutes)
9. Committee updates as needed:
a. Populations and Demand Committee update (25 minutes)
10. Presentation on bioassessments on the Colorado River upstream of Lake Buchanan Tim Birdsong with TPWD
11. Agenda items for next meeting (5 minutes)
a. Location of next meeting
12. New / Other Business (time permitting)
13. Public Comments limit 3 minutes per person
14. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Greater Harris County 9-1-1 Emergency Network
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Greater Harris County 9-1-1 Emergency Network
Status: Active
Street Location: 10220 Fairbanks N . Houston Rd.
City Location: Houston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002813
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Daveda Hughes 832 237-9911
Agenda:
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES:

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF MANAGERS OF THE GREATER HARRIS COUNTY 9-1-1 EMERGENCY NETWORK WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 2017, AT 1:00 P.M., IN THE BOARD ROOM OF THE 9 1 1 EMERGENCY NETWORK, 10220 FAIRBANKS N. HOUSTON RD., HOUSTON, TEXAS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSIDERING AND TAKING ACTION ON MATTERS BROUGHT BEFORE THE BOARD SHOWN BELOW:

1:00 P.M.

1. Call To Order

2. Request For Approval Of Minutes From Board Meeting Of March 22, 2017

3. Citizens Appearances

4. Financial ReportTransmittal And Discussion Of Monthly Report

5. Staff ReportsTransmittal And Discussion On Regulatory And Operational Matters

6. Recognition of 9-1-1 Personnel Honored At The 2017 Texas Public Safety Conference

7. Recommendation that an award be made to IgniteMedia, LLC, d/b/a Ceremity, low bid in the amount of $95,325.12 for development of an iOS and Android 9-1-1 locator mobile app; including monthly technical support at an annual cost of $12,600 and execution of applicable documents by the Executive Director


8. Personnel Committee Update

9. Executive Session: Personnel MattersEvaluation Of Executive Director And Consideration Of Compensation For Executive Director

10. Emergency\Supplemental Items

11. Adjournment

The Board of Managers may meet in executive session, if necessary, pursuant to chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code, for one or more of the following reasons: (1) consultation with legal counsel to seek or receive legal advice or consultation regarding pending or contemplated litigation; (2) discussion about the value or transfer of real property and other real estate matters; (3) discussion about a prospective gift or donation; (4) consideration of specific personnel matters; and (5) discussion about security personnel or devices. The Board of Managers may announce that it will go into executive session on any item listed on this agenda if the subject matter is permitted for a closed session by provisions of chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code.



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Agency Name: Texas Department of Transportation
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 125 East 11th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002730
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Texas Department of Transportation General Counsel Division 512.463.8630
Agenda: AGENDA

TEXAS TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION
125 East 11th Street
Austin, Texas

THURSDAY
April 27, 2017

10:00 A.M. CONVENE MEETING

1. Safety Briefing

2. Consider the approval of the Minutes of the March 28, 2017, regular meeting of the
Texas Transportation Commission

3. Aviation
Various Counties - Consider the award of federal non-primary entitlement grant
funding for airport improvement projects at various locations (MO)

4. Public Transportation
Various Counties - Consider the award of transportation development credits to the
Capital Area Rural Transportation System (MO)

5. Financial Assistance for Projects
a. Cameron County - Cameron County Regional Mobility Authority -
Consider granting preliminary approval of a request from the Cameron County
Regional Mobility Authority for financial assistance in the form of a grant of up to $2,000,000 to be used for construction of a controlled access toll facility on SH 550 from .53 mi East of Old Alice Road to .48 mi West of FM 1847 called the SH 550 Gap I project (MO)
b. Dallas County - Consider approving the selection of the proposer that submitted
the best value proposal to develop, design, construct, and potentially maintain the
Southern Gateway Project, including improvements to I-35E from south of the
I-35E/US 67 interchange to Colorado Boulevard, with transition work extending north to Reunion Boulevard and improvements to US 67 from the I-35E/US 67 interchange to I-20 in Dallas County and consider authorizing the executive director of the department to negotiate and execute a Design-Build Agreement and associated Capital Maintenance Agreement with the selected proposer (MO) (Presentation)

6. State Infrastructure Bank
Montgomery County - City of Magnolia - Consider final approval of a request from the
City of Magnolia for a State Infrastructure Bank loan in the amount of up to $1,000,000 to pay the costs of utility relocation necessary for a highway improvement project on
FM 1774 (MO)

7. Minute Order Review
Consider rescinding Minute Order 108851 (MO)

8. Purchase Order Amendment
Consider the approval for an amendment to extend time to a purchase order awarded
under Chapter 2155 of the Texas Government Code for the administration of sponsorship programs that acknowledge donations supporting various highway maintenance and operation activities at no cost to the department. The terms of the purchase order allow the amendment being proposed. (MO)

9. Contracts
Consider the award or rejection of contracts for highway construction and maintenance,
and construction and rehabilitation of buildings.
a. Clay County - Concur with or reject the award of Oklahoma highway
improvement project contract on SH 79 at the Texas/Oklahoma border
(see attached itemized list) (MO)

b. Construction of Highways and Other Transportation Facilities
(see attached itemized list) (MO)
c. Highway Maintenance
(see attached itemized list) (MO)
d. Construction and Rehabilitation of Buildings
(see attached itemized list) (MO)

10. Eminent Domain Proceedings
Various Counties - Consider the authorization of the filing of condemnation proceedings
to acquire real property by eminent domain for non-controlled and controlled access highways (see attached itemized list) (MO)

11. Routine Minute Orders and Reports
a. Donations to the Department
(1) Various Districts - Consider the acknowledgment of donations made to
the department to include: (a) donations in any form, including realty, personalty, money, materials, or services, which are made to the department for the purpose of carrying out its functions and duties; and (b) donations from landowners, with land adjacent to a highway that is part of the state highway system, to construct an improvement on the highway right-of-way that is directly related to improving access to or from the owners land (see attached itemized list) (MO)
(2) Dallas District - Consider the acknowledgement of the acquisition by
gift/donation of required right of way accepted by the department for the purposes of constructing, maintaining, widening, straightening, or extending the state highway system (see attached itemized list) (MO)
b. Real Estate Dispositions
(1) Angelina County - SH 103 at US 69 in Lufkin - Consider the sale of right
of way to the abutting landowner (MO)

11. Routine Minute Orders and Reports (continued)
b. Real Estate Dispositions (continued)
(2) Brazoria County - FM 524 between SH 35 and SS 419 in Old Ocean -
Consider the removal from the system and transfer of control, jurisdiction, and maintenance to Brazoria County (county), and consider the quitclaim of right of way to the county (MO)
(3) Dallas County - SS 366 at Pearl Street in Dallas - Consider the quitclaim
of right of way to honor a reversionary clause and the release of access restrictions (MO)
(4) Hall County - FM 1547 in Memphis - Consider the removal from the
system and transfer of control, jurisdiction and maintenance to the City of Memphis (city), designation on a new location, and transfer of right of way to the city (MO)
(5) Kerr County - SH 16 at G Street West in Kerrville - Consider the sale of
right of way to the abutting landowner (MO)
(6) McLennan County - FM 1637 from W. Lake Shore Drive to US 84
(W. Waco Drive) in Waco - Consider the removal from the system and transfer of control, jurisdiction, and maintenance to the City of Waco (city) and the transfer and quitclaim of right of way to the city (MO)
(7) McLennan County - FS 434 from I-35 to FM 434, and FM 434 from
I-35 to BU 77 (La Salle Avenue) in Waco - Consider the removal from the system and transfer of control, jurisdiction, and maintenance to the City of Waco (city) and the transfer and quitclaim of right of way to the city (MO)
(8) Titus County - SH 49, old alignment southeast of Mount Pleasant -
Consider the sale and quitclaim of right of way to the abutting landowner (MO)
c. Reports
(1) Compliance Division report
(2) Obligation Limit Report
Quarterly status report on the FY 2017 Obligation Limit, the actual obligations utilized through the current month, proposed remaining highway maintenance and construction contract letting for the fiscal year and an update on motor fuel tax receipts (Report)
(3) Quarterly report on FY 2017 State Highway Fund 6 cash status (Report)
d. Finance
(1) Quarterly Investment Report (MO)
(2) Travis and Williamson Counties - Consider the acceptance of the report
of Actual Traffic and Revenue for the Central Texas Turnpike System (MO)
e. Transportation Planning
(1) Various Counties - Consider the approval of the Fiscal Year 2016
Annual Report on the Economically Disadvantaged Counties Program (MO)

11. Routine Minute Orders and Reports (continued)
e. Transportation Planning (continued)
(2) Various Counties - Consider concurrence with the Regional
Transportation Council of the North Central Texas Council of Governments' funding of construction and other project development costs of projects to be advanced through the use of payments received from the North Texas Tollway Authority in accordance with the SH 121 Toll Project Agreement (MO)
(3) Various Counties - Consider concurrence with the Regional
Transportation Council of the North Central Texas Council of Governments' funding of construction and other project development costs of projects to be advanced through the use of payments received from the North Texas Tollway Authority in accordance with the SH 161 Toll Project Agreement (MO)
f. Speed Zones
Various Counties - Consider the establishment or alteration of regulatory and
construction speed zones on various sections of highways in the state (MO)

12. Executive Session Pursuant to Government Code, Chapter 551
Section 551.071 - Consultation with and advice from legal counsel regarding any
item on this agenda, pending or contemplated litigation, or other legal matters.

OPEN COMMENT PERIOD - At the conclusion of all other agenda items, the commission will allow an open comment period, not to exceed one hour, to receive public comment on any other matter that is under the jurisdiction of the department. No action will be taken. Each speaker will be allowed a maximum of three minutes. Speakers must be signed up prior to the beginning of the open comment period.

ADJOURN
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NOTE:
Enumerated agenda items are assigned numbers for ease of reference only, and will not
necessarily be considered by the commission in that particular order. Items identified with
(MO) for minute order are those upon which the commission is considering an action.
Persons with special needs or disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary
aids or services are requested to contact Robin Carter at (512) 305-9536 at least three
working days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Atención. Si desea recibir asistencia gratuita para traducir esta información, llame al 512-936-0928.

TEXAS TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AGENDA
Attached Lists
April 27, 2017

Texas-Oklahoma Joint Highway and Transportation Construction Contract
- Let by the State of Oklahoma (a)
County Highway Controlling
Dist. Name Number Project No.
WFS Clay SH 79 BR 2017(466)

Construction of Highways and Other Transportation Facilities - State Let (b)
County Highway Controlling
Dist. Name Number Project No.
ABL CALLAHAN IH 20 NH 2017(855)
ABL NOLAN BI 20-L STP 2017(834)HES
ABL TAYLOR IH 20 NH 2017(931)

AMA POTTER IH 40 BR 2017(934)

ATL BOWIE US 259 STP 2013(615)
ATL UPSHUR SH 300 NH 1702(149)

AUS CALDWELL FM 1854 STP 2017(947)HES
AUS GILLESPIE US 87 STP 2017(940)HES
AUS LEE FM 1697 STP 2017(950)HES
AUS LLANO SH 29 STP 2017(944)HESG
AUS TRAVIS US 183 NH 2017(946)
AUS TRAVIS US 290 NH 2017(941)
AUS WILLIAMSON FM 1660 STP 2017(949)

BMT JASPER FM 105 STP 2017(961)
BMT NEWTON SH 87 STP 2017(958)
BMT ORANGE FM 2177 STP 2017(962)HES
BMT ORANGE SH 73 NH 2017(959)

BWD EASTLAND SH 206 STP 1702(168)HES
BWD EASTLAND SH 206 STP 1702(177)
BWD STEPHENS US 183 STP 1602(303)

BRY BRAZOS BS 6-R STP 2017(914)HES

CRP NUECES SH 357 NH 2017(964)
CRP SAN PATRICIO SH 361 STP 2017(963)


Construction of Highways and Other Transportation Facilities - State Let (a)
County Highway Controlling
Dist. Name Number Project No.
DAL DALLAS SL 12 STP 1702(156)
DAL KAUFMAN CR BR 1602(004)
DAL KAUFMAN FM 1392 STP 2017(888)
DAL KAUFMAN US 175 NH 2017(922)
DAL NAVARRO SH 22 STP 2017(921)

ELP CULBERSON US 62 STP 2017(953)HES
ELP EL PASO US 62 STP 2017(574)HES

FTW HOOD FM 4 STP 2017(925)
FTW PALO PINTO US 281 BR 1602(431)
FTW PARKER US 377 NH 2017(923)
FTW TARRANT IH 30 NH 2017(924)

HOU BRAZORIA SH 35 NH 2017(483)
HOU FORT BEND PR 72 C 3422-1-11
HOU GALVESTON SH 275 NH 2017(970)
HOU HARRIS BU 90-U NH 2017(967)
HOU HARRIS CS C 912-71-3
HOU HARRIS IH 45 NH 2017(906)

LRD KINNEY US 90 NH 2017(587)
LRD LA SALLE IH 35 NH 2017(325)

LBB GARZA US 84 NH 1702(189)
LBB LUBBOCK US 84 C 52-7-70
LBB LYNN SL 472 C 68-13-3

LFK HOUSTON CR BR 2014(435)
LFK SHELBY CR BR 1602(394)

ODA REEVES US 285 BR 1702(146)

PAR HUNT SH 34 NH 2017(926)

PHR CAMERON SH 107 NH 2017(971)

SJT KIMBLE VA NH 2017(956)
SJT MENARD US 83 STP 2017(955)


Construction of Highways and Other Transportation Facilities - State Let (a)
County Highway Controlling
Dist. Name Number Project No.
SAT BEXAR FM 1560 STP 2016(752)MM
SAT BEXAR VA STP 2017(894)

TYL GREGG SH 149 BR 1502(474)
TYL GREGG US 80 NH 2017(893)
TYL SMITH VA STP 2017(928)
TYL VAN ZANDT FM 1861 STP 2017(929)

WAC BELL FM 1123 BR 1602(576)
WAC BOSQUE CR BR 2000(962)

WFS ARCHER SH 114 STP 1702(138)HES
WFS COOKE FM 51 STP 2017(403)
WFS MONTAGUE US 82 NH 2017(401)

YKM COLORADO CR BR 2012(731)
YKM JACKSON CR BR 1602(012)
YKM MATAGORDA FM 2668 STP 2017(975)HES
YKM WHARTON CR BR 2012(412)
YKM WHARTON SH 71 STP 2017(972)

Highway Maintenance - State Let (c)
County Highway Controlling
Dist. Name Number Project No.
AMA POTTER IH 40 RMC - 631353001

BMT JEFFERSON IH 10 RMC - 631625001
BMT TYLER US 287 RMC - 631371001

CRP NUECES SH 358 RMC - 631282001
CRP NUECES SH 358 RMC - 631360001
CRP NUECES US 77 RMC - 631628001

DAL DENTON FM 407 RMC - 631027001
DAL DENTON IH 35 RMC - 631026001
DAL NAVARRO FM 1394 RMC - 631144001

ELP EL PASO IH 10 RMC - 631451001

FTW PARKER IH 20 RMC - 631442001


Highway Maintenance - State Let (c)
County Highway Controlling
Dist. Name Number Project No.
HOU HARRIS IH 10 RMC - 631233001
HOU HARRIS US 59 RMC - 631626001

LBB CROSBY US 82 RMC - 631198001
LBB LUBBOCK IH 27 RMC - 630877001

ODA ECTOR IH 20 RMC - 631241001
ODA PECOS IH 10 RMC - 631243001

PAR FANNIN FM 100 RMC - 631429001
PAR GRAYSON US 75 RMC - 631495001
PAR HUNT IH 30 RMC - 631497001
PAR LAMAR FM 79 RMC - 631157001
PAR LAMAR US 82 RMC - 631423001
PAR LAMAR US 82 RMC - 631493001
PAR RED RIVER FM 114 RMC - 631178001

PHR CAMERON US 83 RMC - 631629001

TYL CHEROKEE US 69 RMC - 631470001
TYL WOOD FM 2869 RMC - 627811001

WAC MCLENNAN SH 6 BPM - 631246001

WFS MONTAGUE US 287 RMC - 631546001

YKM VICTORIA US 77 RMC - 631627001

Construction and Rehabilitation of Buildings - State Let (d)
County Site
Dist. Name Number Project ID
SAT BEXAR 159740 15-470401590

DAL DALLAS 189777 18-470402299

Eminent Domain
Controlled Access
County Highway Exhibit ROW CSJ No. Parcel
Angelina US 59 T 0176-03-116 32
Angelina US 59 U 0176-03-116 36
Bexar FM 1516 C 1477-01-041 1AC

Eminent Domain
Controlled Access
County Highway Exhibit ROW CSJ No. Parcel
Brazos FM 2347 J 3138-01-026 10
Brazos FM 2347 K 3138-01-026 24,24AC
Brazos FM 2347 L 3138-01-026 25
Brazos FM 2347 M 3138-01-026 27
Dallas IH 30 E 1068-04-169 2
Dallas IH 30 F 1068-04-169 3
Dallas IH 30 G 1068-04-169 4
Dallas IH 30 H 1068-04-169 5
Ellis SH 360 I 2266-03-005 200
Galveston IH 45 B 0500-04-123 126B
Galveston IH 45 V 0500-04-123 220
Galveston IH 45 D 0500-04-123 221A
Montgomery SH 249 N 3635-01-002 101
Montgomery SH 249 O 3635-01-002 102
Montgomery SH 249 P 3635-01-002 103
Montgomery SH 249 Q 3635-01-002 104
Montgomery SH 249 R 3635-01-002 123
Montgomery SH 249 S 3635-01-002 124
Travis IH 35 A 0015-13-398 6TE

Eminent Domain
Non-Controlled Access
County Highway Exhibit ROW CSJ No. Parcel
Bexar US 281 39 0253-04-149 27
Bexar US 281 40 0253-04-149 49
Bexar US 281 34 0253-04-149 53
Bexar US 281 41 0253-04-149 56
Brazoria SH 36 33 0188-03-020 125
Brazoria SH 36 46 0188-03-020 203
Brazoria SH 36 47 0188-03-020 204
Brazoria SH 36 48 0188-03-020 207
Brazoria SH 36 49 0188-03-020 224
Brazoria SH 36 37 0188-03-020 321
Brazoria SH 36 38 0188-05-031 105
Fort Bend SH 36 1 0188-02-038 103
Fort Bend SH 36 2 0188-02-038 108
Fort Bend SH 36 3 0188-02-038 110
Fort Bend SH 36 4 0188-02-038 125
Fort Bend SH 36 5 0188-02-038 126
Fort Bend SH 36 6 0188-02-038 129
Fort Bend SH 36 7 0188-02-038 131
Fort Bend SH 36 8 0188-02-038 132

Eminent Domain
Non-Controlled Access
County Highway Exhibit ROW CSJ No. Parcel
Fort Bend SH 36 9 0188-02-038 133
Fort Bend SH 36 10 0188-02-038 135
Fort Bend SH 36 11 0188-02-038 152B
Fort Bend SH 36 12 0188-02-038 202
Fort Bend SH 36 13 0188-02-038 225
Fort Bend SH 36 14 0188-02-038 226
Fort Bend SH 36 15 0188-02-038 231
Fort Bend SH 36 16 0188-02-038 232
Fort Bend SH 36 17 0188-02-039 12
Fort Bend SH 36 18 0188-02-039 13
Fort Bend SH 36 19 0188-02-039 14
Fort Bend SH 36 20 0188-02-039 16
Fort Bend SH 36 21 0188-02-039 18
Fort Bend SH 36 22 0188-02-039 24
Fort Bend SH 36 23 0188-02-039 30
Fort Bend SH 36 43 0188-02-039 32
Fort Bend SH 36 24 0188-02-039 40
Fort Bend SH 36 44 0188-02-039 44
Fort Bend SH 36 25 0188-02-039 46
Fort Bend SH 36 26 0188-02-039 47
Fort Bend SH 36 27 0188-02-039 53
Fort Bend SH 36 28 0188-02-039 56
Fort Bend SH 36 29 0188-02-039 57
Fort Bend SH 36 30 0188-02-039 58
Fort Bend SH 36 31 0188-02-039 62
Fort Bend SH 36 32 0188-02-039 75
Harris SH 146 42 0389-05-095 123
Hidalgo US 83 35 0039-02-059 9E,9TE
Hidalgo US 83 36 0039-02-059 40
Smith FM 2493 45 0191-03-082 51

Donations to the Department
Donor Dist County Donation Description
Amarillo Chamber ADM N/A An in-kind donation of food, beverages,
of Commerce admission, and transportation to area attractions for the 62nd Annual Texas Travel Counselors Conference being hosted by TxDOT April 10-13, 2017 in Amarillo.

Aldi (Texas) L.L.C. HOU Montgomery Design and construction of a traffic signal at FM 1097 and Canyon Falls Boulevard for the ALDI Willis development in Willis.

Donations to the Department
Donor Dist County Donation Description
Capital Ridge AUS Travis Design and construction of a traffic signal at
Condominiums the intersection of Capital Ridge Driveway
Association and Loop 360 in Austin to serve a new office campus for Apple, Inc. and the Granduca Hotel.

Centex Las AUS Caldwell Design and construction of widening SH 21
Estancias, L.P. by adding a left turn lane and deceleration lane at two proposed streets for a single family residential subdivision in Niederwald.

Christopher L. Hilliard HOU Montgomery Design and construction of a right-turn lane from eastbound SH 99 into the Hilliard tract in Spring.

Kemah Investment HOU Galveston Design and construction of a hooded left
Partners, LLC turn lane from south bound FM 518 into Kemah Marketplace in Kemah.

National Association PRO N/A An in-kind donation of a registration fee
of Purchasing Card waiver for Catherine Stephens, Special
Professionals (NAPCP) Projects Coordinator and a registration fee
discount for Russell Tomlinson, Purchasing Branch Manager to attend the 2017 18th Annual NAPCP Commercial Card and Payment Conference in Houston on April 10-13, 2017.

Southwest Gulf SAT Medina Design and construction of an at-grade
Railroad Company railroad crossing across FM 2676 to establish a rail spur from Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) to the proposed location of Vulcan Materials loading rail facility in rural Medina County.

Real Estate Donations to the Department
Donor Dist County Donation Description
North Texas DAL Dallas Donation of 7.264 acres of land from
Tollway Authority Sandy Lake Road - Whitlock Lane to PGBT (SH 190). The property
being donated will be used for the
construction and maintenance of the connector ramps from IH 35E to Sam Rayburn Tollway. 
Real Estate Donations to the Department
Donor Dist County Donation Description

North Texas DAL Dallas Donation of 1.623 acres of land from
Tollway Authority Sandy Lake Road - Whitlock Lane to PGBT (SH 190). The property
being donated will be used for the construction and maintenance of the connector ramps from IH 35E to Sam Rayburn Tollway.

I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.

CERTIFYING OFFICIAL: Angie Parker, Associate General Counsel, (512) 463-8630.


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Agency Name: Energy for Schools
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 21 Waterway Ave., 5th Floor, Room 550
City Location: The Woodlands
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002899
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dayna Kelly
Agenda: AGENDA
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
ENERGY FOR SCHOOLS

Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the Board of Directors of Energy for Schools will be held on the 27th day of April 2017, at 4:30 p.m. in the Board Room of Woodforest National Bank, 21 Waterway Ave., 5th Floor, Room 550, The Woodlands , Texas 77380 as provided for in Section 551.125 of the Government Code. Such meeting is the annual meeting of the Board of Directors.

The subjects to be discussed or considered or upon which any formal action might be taken are as follows:

I. GENERAL ITEMS

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge and Invocation
3. Comments from Audience

II. ITEMS REQUIRING BOARD CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL

1. Consider Approval of the Minutes from the Called Meeting of the Board of December 7, 2016
2. Consider Approval of Updated Aggregation Group Membership List
3. Consider Approval of Financial Statement as of March 31, 2017

III. INFORMATION ITEMS

A. Board Meeting Schedule
B. Other Business

IV. CLOSED SESSION
[in accordance with Section 551.071, 551.072, 551.073, 551.074, 551.075, 551.076, 551.082, 551.083, and 551.084 of the Texas Government Code, the Texas Open Meetings Law]

V. RECONVENE IN OPEN MEETING

Consideration and possible action on items discussed in Closed Session

VI. ADJOURNMENT

If, during the course of the meeting covered by this Notice, the Board should determine that a closed or executive meeting or session of the Board should be held or is required in relation to any item included in this notice, then such closed or executive meeting or session as authorized by Sections 551.071 through 551.084 of the Texas Government Code (the Open Meetings Act) will be held by the Board at that date, hour and place given in this notice or as soon after the commencement of the meeting covered by this notice as the Board may conveniently meet in such closed or executive meeting or session concerning any and all subjects and for any and all purposes permitted by Section 551.071 through 551.084 inclusive, of the Texas Government Code, Open Meetings Act, including, but not limited to:

Section 551.071 For the purpose of a private consultation with the Boards attorney on any or all subjects or matters authorized by law.
Section 551.072 For the purpose of discussing the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property.
Section 551.073 - For the purpose of considering a negotiated contract for a prospective gift or donation.
Section 551.074 - For the purpose of considering the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a public officer or employee or to hear complaints or charges against a public officer or employee.
Section 551.075 - To confer with an employee or employees where such conferences is for the sole purpose of receiving information from an employee or employees or to ask questions of an employee or employees; provided, however, that no discussion of public business or agency policy that affects public business shall take place between the members of the governmental body during the conference.
Section 551.076 To consider the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation, of security personnel or devices.
Section 551.082 For the purpose of considering a complaint by an employee against another employee if the complaint or charge directly results in a need for a hearing.
Section 551.083 For the purpose of considering the standards, guidelines, terms or conditions the Board will follow, or instruct its representatives to follow in consultation with representatives of employee groups in connection with consultation agreements.
Section 551.084 For the purpose of excluding witness or witnesses from a hearing during examination of another witness.

Should any final action, final decision or final vote be required in the opinion of the Board with regard to any matter considered in such closed or executive meeting or session, then such final action, final decision or final vote shall be at either:

a. the open meeting covered by this notice upon the reconvening of this public meeting, or
b. at a subsequent public meeting of the Board upon notice thereof, as the
Board shall determine.


CERTIFICATE AS TO POSTING OR GIVING OF NOTICE

On this 21th day of April 2017 at 9:00 a.m., this notice was posted on the front door, convenient to the public, at Energy for Schools, 16300 Katy Frwy, Suite 140, Houston, Texas, 77094 and readily accessible to the general public at all times.


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: William B. Travis Building, Room 1-111, 1701 Congress Avenue
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002735
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Michael Lyttle 512-475-4542
Agenda: TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
GOVERNING BOARD MEETING

A G E N D A
9:00 AM
April 27, 2017

William B. Travis Building
Room 1-111
1701 Congress Avenue
Austin, Texas

CALL TO ORDER
ROLL CALL Leslie Bingham-Escareño, Vice Chair
CERTIFICATION OF QUORUM

Pledge of Allegiance - I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Texas Allegiance - Honor the Texas flag; I pledge allegiance to thee, Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible.

Resolution recognizing May as Community Action Month
Resolution recognizing May as National Mobility Awareness Month

CONSENT AGENDA
Items on the Consent Agenda may be removed at the request of any Board member and considered at another appropriate time on this agenda. Placement on the Consent Agenda does not limit the possibility of any presentation, discussion or approval at this meeting. Under no circumstances does the Consent Agenda alter any requirements under Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code, Texas Open Meetings Act. Action may be taken on any item on this agenda, regardless of how designated.
ITEM 1: APPROVAL OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS PRESENTED IN THE BOARD MATERIALS:
EXECUTIVE
a) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on Board Meeting Minutes summary for the meeting of January 26, 2017 J. Beau Eccles
Board Secretary
LEGAL
b) Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the adoption of agreed final order concerning Oakridge Apartments (HTC 93159 / CMTS 1189) Jeffrey T. Pender
Deputy General Counsel
c) Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the adoption of agreed final order concerning Autumn Creek (HTC 70071 / CMTS 906)
d) Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the adoption of three agreed final orders concerning Pinnacle properties, including Rosemont of Oak Hollow (HTC 01435 / BOND MF048 / CMTS 445), Rosemont at Timber Creek (HTC 010157 / CMTS 300), and Rosemont at Sierra Vista (HTC 04482 / CMTS 4179)
e) Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the adoption of agreed final order concerning Lakewood Gardens (HTC 91059 / CMTS 2305)
f) Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the adoption of agreed final order concerning Vicksburg Ltd. (HTC 91104 / CMTS 980)





ASSET MANAGEMENT
g) Presentation, discussion and possible action regarding Ownership Transfers prior to IRS Form 8609 Issuance or Construction Completion 14023 Heritage Square Apartments Jacksonville
14024 Creekside Village Apartments Jacksonville
14025 Heritage Place Apartments Jacksonville Raquel Morales
Director
h) Presentation, discussion and possible action regarding Material Amendments to Housing Tax Credit
16057 Silverleaf at Mason Mason
16105 Tuscany Park at Arcola Arcola
16178 Palladium Anna Anna
BOND FINANCE
i) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on Resolution 17-015 regarding the annual approval of the Departments Investment Policy Monica Galuski
Director
j) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on Resolution 17-016 regarding the annual approval of the Departments Interest Rate Swap Policy
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
k) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on release of the draft Federal Fiscal Years 2018-2019 Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) State Plan for public comment, with a link to be published in the Texas Register Michael DeYoung
Director
l) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on the Program Year (PY) 2017 Department of Energy (DOE) Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) State Plan and Awards
m) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on release of the draft FFY 2018 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) State Plan to be made available for Public Comment and to be announced in the Texas Register
MULTIFAMILY FINANCE
n) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on the issuance of Determination Notices for Housing Tax Credits with another issuer
17412 Pathways at Gaston Place Austin
17417 Fenix Estates Houston Marni Holloway
Director
o) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on the 2016 State of Texas National Housing Trust Fund Allocation Plan
RULES
p) Presentation, discussion and possible action on proposed amendments to 10 TAC §1.13, concerning adjudicative hearing procedures, and directing that they be published for public comment in the Texas Register Jeffrey T. Pender
Deputy General Counsel
q) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on an Order proposing the repeal of 10 TAC Chapter 20, Single Family Programs Umbrella Rule, and an Order proposing new 10 TAC Chapter 20, Single Family Programs Umbrella Rule, and directing its publication for public comment in the Texas Register Homero Cabello, Jr
Director, SF Ops and Services

r) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on an Order proposing the repeal of 10 TAC Chapter 25, Colonia Self-Help Center Program Rule, and an Order proposing new 10 TAC Chapter 25, Colonia Self-Help Center Program Rule, and directing its publication for public comment in the Texas Register
s) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on orders repealing all sections of 10 TAC Chapter 23, Single Family HOME Program, and orders adopting new 10 TAC Chapter 23, Single Family HOME Program (HOME Rule), concerning HOME single family activities, and directing their publication in the Texas Register Jennifer Molinari
Director, HOME and Homeless Program
CONSENT AGENDA REPORT ITEMS
ITEM 2: THE BOARD ACCEPTS THE FOLLOWING REPORTS:
a) TDHCA Outreach Activities, April 2017 May 2017 Michael Lyttle
Chief, External Affairs

b) Report on the reallocation of recaptured Program Year 2015 Emergency Solutions Grants Program funding Jennifer Molinari
Director, HOME and Homeless Program
c) Report on increase to the escrow account related to an Advances and Security Agreement (the Advances Agreement) with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas (FHLB) Monica Galuski
Director, Bond Finance
ACTION ITEMS
ITEM 3: REPORTS
a) Staff will present a summary of determinations under 10 TAC §11.10 of the 2017 Qualified Allocation Plan related to Third Party Requests for Administrative Deficiency
17165 Merritt Headwaters Dripping Springs
17736 Providence at Ted Trout Drive Hudson
17204 Vista Bella Lago Vista Marni Holloway
Director, MF Finance
b) Report on 2018 Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP) Project
ITEM 4: RULES
a) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on an order proposing actions to 10 TAC Chapter 10, Uniform Multifamily Rules including the: 1) proposed amendment in Subchapter F, Compliance Monitoring, of §10.610, Written Policies and Procedures 2) proposed amendment in Subchapter F, Compliance Monitoring, of §10.613 Lease Requirements; and directing that they be published for public comment in the Texas Register and 3) adoption of the Departments Emergency Transfer Plan required by 24 CFR §92.359 and 24 CFR §93.356 Patricia Murphy
Chief, Compliance
b) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on orders proposing adoption of a new section §5.2014, VAWA Requirements to 10 TAC Chapter 5, Community Affairs Programs, and orders proposing actions to 10 TAC Chapter 7, Homelessness Programs to add a new section §7.2007, VAWA Requirements, and directing that they be published for public comment in the Texas Register Jennifer Molinari
Director, HOME and Homeless Program
c) Presentation, discussion and possible action on proposed new 10 TAC §1.25, concerning information security and privacy requirements for contractors, the repeal of 10 TAC §1.24, concerning Protected Health Information, and the repeal of 10 TAC §5.18, concerning information technology security practices, and directing that they be published for public comment in the Texas Register Jeffrey T. Pender
Deputy General Counsel
ITEM 5: BOND FINANCE
a) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on Resolution 17-017 authorizing the issuance, sale and delivery of Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs Single Family Mortgage Revenue Bonds, 2017 Series A, Single Family Mortgage Revenue Refunding Bonds, 2017 Series B (Taxable) and Single Family Mortgage Revenue Bonds, 2017 Series C (Taxable); approving the form and substance of related documents, authorizing the execution of documents and instruments necessary or convenient to carry out the purposes of this Resolution, and containing other provisions relating to the subject Monica Galuski
Director
b) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on Resolution No. 17-018 authorizing the issuance and delivery of Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs Series 2017 Issuer Note; approving the form and substance of related documents; authorizing the execution of documents and instruments necessary or convenient to carry out the purposes of this Resolution; and containing other provisions relating to the subject
ITEM 6: MULTIFAMILY FINANCE
a) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on timely filed appeal of application termination under the 2017 Uniform Multifamily Rules
17069 Arlinda Gardens Bryan
17742 Las Villas del Rio Hondo Rio Hondo
17403 Lord Road Apartments San Antonio Marni Holloway
Director
b) Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a request for waiver of rules for Blue Flame, HTC #17330
c) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on possible actions to assist 9% housing tax credit-layered Direct Loan awardees and applicants that have suffered adverse changes in syndication rates
d) Presentation, discussion, and possible action on an Amendment to the 2017-1 Multifamily Direct Loan Notice of Funding Availability
PUBLIC COMMENT ON MATTERS OTHER THAN ITEMS FOR WHICH THERE WERE POSTED AGENDA ITEMS
EXECUTIVE SESSION
The Board may go into Executive Session (close its meeting to the public):
1. The Board may go into Executive Session Pursuant to Tex. Govt Code §551.074 for the purposes of discussing personnel matters including to deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer or employee; Leslie Bingham-Escareño
Vice Chair
2. Pursuant to Tex. Govt Code §551.071(1) to seek the advice of its attorney about pending or contemplated litigation or a settlement offer;
3. Pursuant to Tex. Govt Code §551.071(2) for the purpose of seeking the advice of its attorney about a matter in which the duty of the attorney to the governmental body under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with Tex. Govt Code Chapter 551; including seeking legal advice in connection with a posted agenda item;
4. Pursuant to Tex. Govt Code §551.072 to deliberate the possible purchase, sale, exchange, or lease of real estate because it would have a material detrimental effect on the Departments ability to negotiate with a third person; and/or
5. Pursuant to Tex. Govt Code §2306.039(c) the Departments internal auditor, fraud prevention coordinator or ethics advisor may meet in an executive session of the Board to discuss issues related to fraud, waste or abuse.
OPEN SESSION
If there is an Executive Session, the Board will reconvene in Open Session. Except as specifically authorized by applicable law, the Board may not take any actions in Executive Session.
ADJOURN
To access this agenda and details on each agenda item in the board book, please visit our website at www.tdhca.state.tx.us or contact Michael Lyttle, 512-475-4542, TDHCA, 221 East 11th Street, Austin, Texas 78701, and request the information.
If you would like to follow actions taken by the Governing Board during this meeting, please follow TDHCA account (@tdhca) on Twitter.
Individuals who require auxiliary aids, services or sign language interpreters for this meeting should contact Gina Esteves, ADA Responsible Employee, at 512-475-3943 or Relay Texas at 1-800-735-2989, at least three (3) days before the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
Non-English speaking individuals who require interpreters for this meeting should contact Elena Peinado, 512-475-3814, at least three (3) days before the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
Personas que hablan español y requieren un intérprete, favor de llamar a Elena Peinado, al siguiente número 512-475-3814 por lo menos tres días antes de la junta para hacer los preparativos apropiados.
NOTICE AS TO HANDGUN PROHIBITION DURING THE OPEN MEETING OF A GOVERNMENTAL ENTITY IN THIS ROOM ON THIS DATE:
Pursuant to Section 30.06, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with a concealed handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a concealed handgun.
De acuerdo con la sección 30.06 del código penal (ingreso sin autorización de un titular de una licencia con una pistola oculta), una persona con licencia según el subcapítulo h, capítulo 411, código del gobierno (ley sobre licencias para portar pistolas), no puede ingresar a esta propiedad con una pistola oculta.
Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly carried handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly.
De acuerdo con la sección 30.07 del código penal (ingreso sin autorización de un titular de una licencia con una pistola a la vista), una persona con licencia según el subcapítulo h, capítulo 411, código del gobierno (ley sobre licencias para portar pistolas), no puede ingresar a esta propiedad con una pistola a la vista.
NONE OF THESE RESTRICTIONS EXTEND BEYOND THIS ROOM ON THIS DATE AND DURING THE MEETING OF THE GOVERNING BOARD OF THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS



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Agency Name: Texas Department of Agriculture
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Structural Pest Control Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: SFAustin Bldg., 1700 North Congress Avenue, room 1104A
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002566
Submit Date: 04/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Michael Kelly, 1700 North Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas 78701, (512) 463-2586
Agenda: AGENDA:

I. Call to Order
II. Election of Chairman and Vice Chairman
III. Review and Approval of Minutes of January 26, 2017 meeting
IV. Discussion and Possible Action
a. Self-Assessment Questionnaire for SPC Advisory Committee
b. Review of Inspection and Enforcement Data for Second Quarter Fiscal Year-2017
c. Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) Revisions
d. School IPM Rules Revision

V. Discussion and action--Topics to be placed on agenda for upcoming meeting(s)
VI. Public Comment
VII. Confirmation of Next Meeting Dates
VIII. Adjourn



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Agency Name: Texas Department of Public Safety
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Texas Department of Public Safety
Status: Active
Street Location: 6100 Guadalupe, Bldg E
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002727
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aid or service are requested to contact Sophie Yanez at least two (2) working days prior to this meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
Agenda: The Public Safety Commission will convene as posted to consider and take formal action, if necessary, on the following agenda items:

I. CALL TO ORDER

II. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

III. PRESENTATIONS

IV. PUBLIC COMMENT
(Members of the public wishing to address the Commission are subject to a time limit of 5 minutes and must complete a Public Comment Registration Card located at the entry. Should a member of the public bring an item to the Commission for which the subject was not posted on the agenda of the meeting, state law provides that the Commission may receive the information but cannot act upon it at the meeting. The Commission may direct staff to contact the requestor or request that the issue be placed on a future agenda for discussion.)

V. DIRECTORS REPORT
A. Case Update
B. Harris County Crime Reduction Operation

VI. NEW BUSINESS
A. Report and update on Leader Development Program
B. Report, discussion, and possible action on cancellation of a Driver License lease in Cedar Hill
C. Report, discussion, and possible action on the following rule proposals for publication to receive public comment:
1. Amendments to 37 TAC Section 1.261, concerning Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB)
D. Intelligence Threat Briefing (Clearance Required Executive Session Expected)

VII. ONGOING BUSINESS
A. Update report, discussion and possible action regarding recruitment
B. Report, discussion, and possible action regarding the appointment, promotion, ratification, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a member of the Department or Commission management team
C. Report, discussion, and possible action regarding ongoing criminal investigations pursuant to Government Code § 411.0041 (Executive Session anticipated)

VIII. REPORTS
A. Commission member reports and discussion
B. Finance Report
C. Chief Auditors Office
D. Division status reports on activities and action

IX. CONSENT ITEMS
All of the following items may be enacted with one motion. These items are typically self-explanatory or have been previously considered by the Commission. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a commissioner so requests.
A. Advice and consent regarding directors determination that certain probationary employees were found unsuitable for work during February 2017
B. Discussion and possible action on appointments of Special Rangers and Special Texas Rangers pursuant to Government Code Chapter 411, Secs. 411.023 & 411.024: Special Rangers: Gary D. Briley, Jimmy G. Cardenas, Gregory W. Evans, Joe C. Frias, Kevin A. Gillam, Michael E. Gulledge, Gregory F. Guillory, Johnny J. Hirst, Wesley L. Hord, Roger D. Penny, John W. Ramsey, Jimmy C. Towe, Raul Vargas, Lee C. Vaughan, James C. Warren, and Birt F. Wilkerson; Special Texas Rangers: Calvin D. Cox and Jesse J. Mack
C. Donations:
1. Use of Pate Ranch Ranger Company A
2. Additional donation items, as needed

X. ITEMS FOR FUTURE AGENDA

XI. DATE FOR FUTURE MEETING
The regular Public Safety Commission meeting is scheduled for June 15, 2017; no discharge hearing scheduled for June.

XII. ADJOURN INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION
(If required) to consult with legal counsel regarding pending or contemplated litigation or settlement offers or to receive legal advice on items posted on this agenda; deliberation regarding real estate matters; consideration of any other items authorized by law, including personnel matters, the directors action of discharging employees as identified in this agenda; ongoing criminal investigations

XIII. ADJOURN
The Commission may take items out of the order in which they are posted on this agenda. Also, an item that has been adopted, passed upon, delayed or tabled for a later meeting may be considered or reconsidered at the same meeting.
The Public Safety Commission may meet and discuss in Executive Session and have action taken in an Open Meeting where required on the following items:
Government Code Sec. 551.071 Consultation and deliberation with legal counsel about pending or contemplated litigation or a settlement offer, or on a matter where the Commissioners seek the advice of their attorney as privileged communications under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas, and to discuss the Open Meetings Act and the Administrative Procedures Act with their attorney
Government Code Sec. 551.074 Appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of director, assistant director, and persons appointed to management team positions pursuant to Govt. Code Sec. 411.0071
Government Code Sec. 551.076 Deliberations about security audits, security devices, including deployment and implementation of security personnel and devices
Government Code Chapter 411, Sec. 411.0041 Ongoing criminal investigations
Government Code Sec. 551.072 Deliberation of the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property, if deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of the government body in negotiations with a third person
Government Code Sec. 551.073 Deliberation of a negotiated contract for a prospective gift or donation to the state or the governmental body if deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of the governmental body in negotiations with a third person


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on Fire Protection
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Commission on Fire Protection
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 N. Congress Avenue, William B. Travis Bldg., Room 1-104
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002529
Submit Date: 04/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Deborah Cowan at 512-936-3812 or email at deborah.cowan@tcfp.texas.gov
Agenda: TEXAS COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION
April 27, 2017, 10:00 a.m.
1701 N. Congress Ave., William B. Travis Building, Room 1-104, Austin, Texas


1. Roll call 10:00 a.m. (including consideration of whether to excuse absences).

2. Adoption of the commission meeting minutes of January 4, 2017 and January 5, 2017.

3. The Budget and Strategic Plan subcommittees may meet separately or together on April 27, 2017 during the commission meeting and provide reports for discussion and possible action relating to any recommendations developed by the subcommittees, including but not limited to, modifications to the agency operating budget and strategic plan.

4. Reports from fire service interest groups and agencies on matters relating to organizational purposes, functions, and objectives, including, but not limited to, the Texas Fire Chiefs Association, the Texas State Association of Fire Fighters, the State Firemens and Fire Marshals Association of Texas, the Texas Fire Marshals Association, the Texas Association of Fire Educators, the Texas A&M Forest Service, the National Fire Protection Association, Texas State Association of Fire and Emergency Districts, the Center for Public Safety Excellence, and the State Fire Marshals Office.

5. Discussion and possible action concerning reports by the commission representative to the Texas Fire School Advisory Board and by representatives of the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) regarding fire protection training provided by TEEX through its Emergency Services Training Institute (ESTI).

6. Discussion and possible action regarding report from commission representative to the Homeland Security Council.

7. New matters from the commission, staff, or public which may be discussed in future commission meetings.

8. Discussion and possible action on future meeting dates.

9. Discussion and possible action regarding sunset recommendation on policy of separation of duties.

10. Discussion and possible action on development of a Fire Inspector Certification that does not include all current rule components.

11. Matters referred from the Fire Fighter Advisory Committee (FFAC), including, but not limited to:

A. Discussion and possible final adoption of proposed amendments, new sections, and repeals as follows:

1. Discussion and possible action regarding proposed amendments to title 37 TAC,
Chapter 433, Minimum Standards for Driver/Operator Pumper.




B. Discussion and possible action on proposed amendments, new sections, and repeals as follows:

1. Discussion and possible action regarding proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 425, Fire Service Instructors.

2. Discussion and possible action regarding proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 431, Fire Investigation.

3. Discussion and possible action regarding proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 443, Curriculum Manual.

4. Discussion and possible action regarding proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 453, Hazardous Materials.

5. Discussion and possible action regarding proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 455, Minimum Standards for Wildland Fire Protection Certification.

C. Report from the Curriculum and Testing Committee with discussion and possible action on recommendations regarding possible changes to the Certification Curriculum Manual, including but not limited to:

a. Basic Wildland overview, course instructor information, outline and
reference list.
b. Basic Fire Inspector Curriculum reference list.
c. Hazmat Incident Commander reference list.

12. Discussion of the 2016 data collected on fire fighter injuries, and possible action on
developing recommendations to be submitted to the commission for approval and
inclusion in the annual report to be sent to the State Fire Marshals Office.

13. Discussion and possible action on matters from the Executive Director.

A. Decisions of the Executive Director in contested cases and consent orders.

B. Status of division functions.

14. Executive session pursuant to Section 551.074, Texas Government Code for the discussion of personnel matters: the appointment, employment, compensation, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of the Executive Director, and the appointment, employment, reassignment, or duties of personnel acting on an Interim basis in this position.

15. Open session for further discussion and possible action regarding preceding agenda item.

16. Adjourn meeting.


The Texas Commission on Fire Protection may go into executive session on any agenda item if authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code Chapter 551.


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Agency Name: TML Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 07:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive
Status: Active
Street Location: 8212 Barton Club Dr
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002818
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Keri Vinson
Agenda: Organizational Items (Part I)
A. Call to Order
B. Roll Call and Declaration of Quorum
C. Minutes

II. Executive Session
The Trustees will adjourn into Executive Session under authority of the Texas Government Section 551.0785 to deliberate a matter that includes a consideration of information in the medical or psychiatric records of an individual applicant for a benefit from this plan, and under Texas Government Code Section 551.071, to consult with attorney about pending litigation or contemplated litigation, a settlement offer or a matter in which the duty of the attorney to the Pool under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with Chapter 155 of the Texas Government Code.

III. Discussion Items
A. Executive Committee Roles and Responsibilities
1. Resolutions
2. Appeal Procedure
3. Legal Action
4. Medically Justified Review
B. Employers on Hold
C. Termed Employer Collection Report
D. Covered Individual/Member Employer Appeals
E. Provider Appeals
F. Board Appeals
G. Prescription Appeals
H. Member Employer/Employee Litigation/Collections Overview
I. Provider Litigation/Collections Overview
J. Potential Subrogation Litigation: Evaluate subrogation calculation under Chapter 140
K. Independent Review Organization Appeals/Litigation/Collection Overview
L. Late Enrollments
M. Employee Retrospective Termination/Claim Payment Collections Received
N. Collection Outcome regarding Employee Late Terminations
1. Medical
2. Prescription
O. Medicare Secondary Payor
P. Medical Management Medically Justified External Clinical Specialty Review (Executive Session)
1. Medically Justified Diagnosis
2. Medically Justified Variants
Q. UMR Prompt Pay Report
1. Prompt Pay Correspondence
R. A&G OON Reference Based Pricing Savings / Clear Health and/or High Dollar Integrity Audit-Advanced Editing System/IRO/IEBP Medical/Behavioral Health
1. Usual and Customary/High Dollar Billing Integrity Savings
2. Clear Health Savings
3. High Dollar Billing Integrity Savings: Ethicare
S. Open Record Request to PEBA

IV. Action Items
A. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding Employers on hold.
B. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding termed employers with outstanding payments.
C. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding outstanding Executive Committee appeals/collections/potential litigation and/or subrogation collections and calculation under Chapter 140.
D. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding IEBP late enrollment.
E. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding retrospective terms/ actively at work eligibility discrepancies and overpayment collection efforts.
F. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding Medicare Secondary Payor interface.
G. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding medically justified decisions.
H. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding the UMR Prompt Pay Penalty Assignments.
I. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full board regarding Provider Overpayment collections.
J. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding A&G/Clear Health U&C, Billing Integrity (Ethicare) and High Dollar Audit Savings.
K. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding Open Record Requests.

V. Upcoming Events
A. 2017 & 2018 Board Meetings:
1. June 29-30, 2017 Pearl, South Padre Island, Texas
2. September 28-29, 2017 Four Seasons Resort, Las Colinas, Texas
3. January 25-26, 2018 Hyatt Hill Country, San Antonio, Texas
4. April 26-27, 2018 Horseshoe Bay Resort, Marble Falls, Texas
5. June 28-29, 2018 Pearl, South Padre Island, Texas
6. September 27-28, 2018 Four Seasons Resort, Las Colinas, Texas
B. NLC-RISC Meetings
1. May 17-19, 2017 Indianapolis, IN
C. TML Board Meetings
1. June 22-23, 2017 Live Oak, Texas
2. October 3 and 6, 2017 Houston, Texas
D. TML Annual Conference
1. October 3-6, 2017 George Brown Convention Center, Houston
2. October 9-12, 2018 Fort Worth Convention Center, Fort Worth
3. October 8-11, 2019 Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio
4. October 13-16, 2020 Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center, grapevine
5. October 5-8, 2021 George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston
E. TML IRP Board Meetings
1. April 28-29, 2017 South Padre Island, TX
2. July 21-22, 2017 San Antonio, TX
3. October 20-21, 2017 Allen, TX


VI. Adjourn

The Board of Trustees of the TML Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool reserves the right to adjourn into executive session at any time during the course of this meeting to discuss any of the matters listed above, as authorized by Texas Government Code Sections 551.071 (Consultation with Attorney), 551.072 (Deliberations about Real Property), 551.074 (Personnel Matters) and 551.0785 (Deliberations Involving Medical or Psychiatric Records of Individuals).


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Agency Name: TML Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 8212 Barton Club Dr
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002819
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Keri Vinson
Agenda: I. Organizational Items (Part I)
A. Call to Order
B. Roll Call and Declaration of Quorum (Tab A)
1. Requests for Excused Absence
C. Minutes (Tab B)
1. January 26, 2017
D. TML MultiState IEBP Mission Statement, Goals, Benefit Acronyms, Definitions, Committees, Board of Trustees Appointed/Elected, Management Staff Contact Information, Education Information, Staff Attendance 2014-2015, TML, TML IRP & NLC meeting dates, Trustee Training Hours, IEBP Chairman History, Organization Historical Overview Table and Active Trust Document executed 02/01/14 and Assumed Name Certificate 02/10/14. (Tab C)
E. TML MultiState IEBP Update
1. Staff Introductions
F. Correspondence (Tab D)
1. GOP Policy Brief on Repeal and Replace Trump states he will maintain focus on healthcare before he moves to tax plan
2. NLC Trustee League Conference Meeting
3. Higher Deductibles, Spousal Cost Sharing Are on Tap for Mid to large Groups in 2018
4. SB 789 Huffman Relating to the administration of and benefits payable under the Texas School employees Uniform Group Health Coverage Act/ Gabriel, Roeder, Smith & Company Actuarial Organization (Potential ISDs impacted enclosed)
5. Manager Workshop Survey: March 19, 2017

II. Executive Session
The Trustees will adjourn into Executive Session under authority of the Texas Government Code Section 551.071 (Consultation with Attorney) to consult with attorney about pending or contemplated litigation, a settlement offer or a matter in which the duty of the attorney to the Pool under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code and under authority of the Texas Government Code Section 551.0785 to deliberate a matter that includes a consideration of information in the medical or psychiatric records of an individual applicant for a benefit from this plan and under authority of the Texas Government Code Section 551.074 to deliberate the employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of the Executive Director.

III. Board Reports
A. TML Report
B. IRP Report
C. PEBA Report
1. No Meeting to Report
D. Executive Committee Chairman: Stephen Haynes, Chairman Report
1. Members on Hold
2. Termed Employer Collection Report
3. Covered Individual/Member Employer Appeals
4. Provider Appeals
5. Prescription Appeals
6. Member Employer/Employee Litigation/Collections Overview
7. Provider Collections Overview
8. Potential Subrogation Litigation: Evaluate subrogation calculation under Chapter 140
9. Independent Review Organization (IRO) Appeals/Litigation/Collection Overview
10. Late Enrollments
11. Employee Retrospective Termination/Claim Payment Collections Received
12. Medicare Secondary Payor Interface
13. Medical Management Medically Justified External Clinical Specialty Review (Executive Session)
14. UMR Prompt Pay Report.
15. Out of Network Reference Based Pricing
16. Billing Integrity Savings
17. Open Record Requests

IV. Organizational Updates
A. Wolcott & Associates External Claim Audit On-site
1. Marie K. Pollock President Wolcott & Associates (Tab E)
2. Initial 2015-2016 Claim Audit
3. Secondary Claim Audit DOS 10/01/16-02/28/17 ($13,500)
4. Final audit at the end of FYE 09/30/17 ($18,500)
B. Cuero Community Hospital Stop Loss Aggregate Violation
1. Trilogy Stop Loss Aggregate Violation Auditor
C. City of Midland Stop Loss Aggregate Violation
1. Benat Stop Loss Aggregate Violation Auditor
D. Budget/Audit and Finance/Investment
1. Investment Policy and Procedure Review
2. Updated 2015-2016 Financial Audit
3. 2016-2017 Year to Date Financials
4. 2017-2018 Budget/Audit and Investment/Finance Review: Mike Slye, Chairman
E. Benefit Modification Guide (Tab F)
1. 2017 Medical Benefit Plan
a. Plan Rerate Timeline
b. Consumer Centered Agreements
c. Three Tiered Network Option
d. Out of Network Repricing
e. Ethicare Billing Integrity Audits
f. Medical Intelligence
g. Updated Vendor Agreements
h. ASO Agreement Redline
i. Interlocal Agreement Redlines
j. Form and Letter Modification
k. Procedural Modification
l. Delegated Agreements
m. Claim Adjudication Management
n. Benefit Reminder Poster
o. Membership Guide Overview
p. Membership Messaging for 2017-2018
2. Benefit Book
a. No Cost Share Benefits
b. On-Site Clinics
c. Benefit Modifications
d. Language Modifications
e. Summary of Benefits and Coverages
i. Benefit Modifications
ii. Language Modifications
f. Maximum Out of Pocket (MOOP) Calculation
3. Medication Therapy Management Program
a. Tier 1: Primarily Generics (Most Cost Effective Prescriptions)
b. Tier 2: Formulary (Primarily Brand)
c. Tier 3: Non formulary (Primarily Brand)
d. Tier 4: Cost Share (Brand and Generic tablet vs. capsule)
e. Tier 5: Biotech/Biosimilar No Prior Authorization
f. Tier 6: Biotech/Biosimilar with Prior Authorization
g. Tier 7: Biosimilar with Prior Authorization
h. Mail Service Copay Recommendation 2.5 to 3.0
i. Step Therapy List
j. Prior Authorization List
k. Exclusion List
l. Pharmacy Benefit Manager: OptumRx
m. Evidence Based Prescription: RxResults
n. Cost Analytic: Wells Fargo
o. PCM
p. Coupon Education
q. A&G Savings Analysis
r. Dental
i. Benefit Modifications
ii. Language Modifications
iii. Network Options
s. IEBP Dental Plans
t. Vision
i. Benefit Modifications
ii. Language Modifications
u. Vision Plans
v. Administrative Service Organization (ASO) Agreement
w. Delegated Agreements
i. UMR/United
ii. Telehealth
iii. On-Site Clinics
iv. Pharmacy Benefit Manager
v. Evidence Based Prescription Services
F. Underwriting (Tab G)
1. Membership Equity Historical Overview
2. Loss Ratio
a. Medical
b. Dental
c. Vision
3. Dental Rates 2017-2018 recommendation
4. Vision Rates 2017-2018 recommendation
5. Regional Risk Based Capital Report
6. Cost Projection Load
7. Historical Cost Projection Overview
8. Per Employee Per Year Costs
9. Claim History/Attachment Factor Report
10. OptumInsight Predictive Risk Scores
11. Regulatory Reporting Expense
a. Reinsurance Trust Fund
b. PCORI Fees
12. PPACA Impact to Cost of Healthcare
13. Trend
14. High Dollar Claim Overview
15. Plan Rerate Timeline
16. Proposal Activity
17. New Group Loss Ratio
18. Prescription Utilization
19. Complaint Log
20. Appeal Log
21. Revenue Generating Costs
a. Alegeus
b. Greatland
c. HSA Bank
22. Claim Dollar Per Employee Per Year
a. Clear Health
b. Ethicare
c. HealthiestYou
d. Marathon
e. Nuphysicia / Medicine at Work
f. Fecal Occult Costs
g. On-Site Wellness Costs
h. Covia Costs
i. Prescription Costs
23. Stop Loss Cost
24. Regulatory Administrative Cost Overview Separate Line Items on Cost Projection
a. Reinsurance Trust Fund
b. PCORI Fees
25. 2017-2018 Cost Projections Plan Year to Date and Rolling Twelve Months
a. Pool
b. Mini Pool
c. Consumer Centered Pool
d. Pre Sixty-Five Pool
e. Aggregate Cost Projection
f. Benefit Improvement Load due to On-Site Wellness
g. Claim TAT Load
26. Proposal Activity
27. Underwriting Complaints
28. Performance Improvement Plan Opportunities
G. Collaborative Teaming Alliance, Vendor and/or Partners (Tab H)
1. UnitedHealthcare Network
a. ACO Repricing for Baylor Hospital potential effective date 01/01/18
2. UMR/CPS Claim Adjudication Management
a. Eligibility Discrepancy
b. IEBP development of a pre-dup audit
c. Inventory Management and TAT Performance Guarantee Discussion
d. Domestic Inventory Management
e. Optum Global Solutions
3. OptumRx/RxResults and Wells Fargo
a. Plan Installation
b. East of Access to Medication
c. On-Site Service Visit
d. Request for Costs if Contract Extension
4. A&G
a. Discussion regarding Prescription Audit
5. Clear Health
a. Usual and Customary Audits per A &G Deficiency
6. HealthEdge Medical Intelligence Computer Conversion Delay and CCMS Maintained
a. Go Live 03/18/17
b. 03/27/17 Close of Business IEBP turned off HealthEdge again due to systemic limitation to maintain system functionality. A conversation occurred between Ray, Susan, Andy Jerry, Aurelia and Kim regarding the shutdown. Ray stated his preference would be for IEBP to experience a cooling off period for 90-120 days, for HealthEdge and IEBP to ensure the data download occurs with the medical intelligence information, notes and authorization to IEBP. He states IEBP maintains ideal pricing and that he would like to bring IEBP up on the new 6.5 system which has improved printing and note taking capabilities, which were two areas IEBP identified as non-functional. HealthEdge will bring their beta groups up on 6.5 in June and would anticipate IEBPs access in Fall, possibly September/October. IEBP requested financial documents referencing HealthEdges commitment in the care manager space. IEBP also stated that if we do not take this option, we would need to discuss the business terms for the breakpoint.
c. The next step in this conversation will occur on March 31, 2017 at 1:00 CT.
d. Oracle to SQL transition did not occur with HealthEdge
7. AxisPointe Proposal Requested CCMS Extension Requested
a. May 14, 2017
8. Greatlands Service Organization Control 2 (SOC 2) Report received
a. Email Error to membership
9. Medicine at Work/On-site Clinic
a. Cost Effective Assessment 155 visits per month
b. Did You Know Letters regarding Gaps in Care
H. Business Model Alignment (Tab I)
1. Ongoing Monday Conference Calls
2. Bill Overview
a. HR 3072 September 29, 2011
b. HR 6234 July 31, 2012
c. HR 1076 March 12, 2013
d. HR 2869 June 22, 2015
e. HR 1319 March 2, 207
3. MultiState Support
a. Arkansas
b. Oklahoma: Markwayne Mullin
c. Indiana: Larry Bucshon, Susan Brooks
d. Florida: Gus Bilirakis, Kathy Castor
4. PPACA TimeLine Overview
5. Greenberg Traurig and IEBP Alliance Next Step
a. 2017 Industry thought the Comprehensive health care reform legislation (repeal and replace), after three months the picture is no clearer than when the year began.
b. It is our hope that GT continues to give you value on at least two levels:
i. (1) legislative strategy and implementation, and
ii. (2) regulatory compliance advice. Although we continue to work closely with Rep. Marchant and to find additional cosponsors to H.R.1319, the legislative category now seems to have returned to a wait and see status.
c. Trump Administration will implement several regulatory modifications this year regardless of whether Congress acts, and I hope that Nancy Taylor and her team continue to provide valuable advice on a regulatory level. And we hope that our daily news and regulatory updates are valuable to TML IEBP.
d. Legislative activity would be unpredictable and sporadic but continued regulatory advice was needed regularly. The following options may be worth discussing for the near-term:
i. Option #1 Continue on the same basis, with the understanding that our legislative progress is limited until Congress finds a way to move past the first budget reconciliation phase of health care reform
ii. Option #2 Look to broaden the retainer to include other state municipal pools to share the cost; give ourselves a deadline for achieving this expansion (perhaps 3 months); and if unsuccessful consider suspending the retainer until the legislative picture becomes clearer
iii. Option #3 Suspend weekly calls until the legislative picture becomes clearer, but remain on call 24/7 for any regulatory advice that you may need
iv. Option #4 Suspend the retainer altogether
6. Greenberg Traurigs Robert Charrow is appointed as HHS general counsel, according to lobbyists for providers, though Charrow declined to comment and an HHS spokesperson did not immediately respond to an inquiry about the expected appointment.
I. Competitive Proposal Activity (Tab J) and Alliance Communication (Tab K)
1. Trustee E&O Extension 03/01/17-03/01/18
a. Rate Increase
2. IEBP Proposal Cycle
a. Pharmacy Benefit Manager Services
b. UnitedHealthcare Spring 2018
J. Network Customer Care Overview (Proprietary Packet)
1. Delegated Contract and Amendment Dates
a. UMR/UnitedHealthcare Network Access
b. Telehealth MD Live
c. OptumRx
d. RxResults
2. PPO Average Discount
a. Choice Plus
b. Tier 1
c. Total Network Discount
d. Percent of Out of Network Utilization
e. Professional Negotiations
f. Patient Advocacy
3. Emergency Room Network Participation Percentage: 52.52% (47.29% penetration and 5.23% no balance billing)
4. A&G OON Reference Based Pricing 110% of Medicare Hybrid Fee Schedule is 83.38%
5. Ethicare
6. Out of Network Percentage and Dollars
7. UHG Credential Plan Review
8. Healthiest You Credential
9. Network Adequacy/Inadequacy
10. Top Utilized Providers by Region and Specialty
11. Network Termination Membership Correspondence
12. Dental Direct Agreement
13. IEBP Direct Case Rate Network
K. Business Administrative Services (Tab L)
1. Background
2. Income Summary
3. Investment Update
a. Public Funds Investment Act Attendance September 12-13, 2016
b. Investment Terminology
c. Investment Inventory
d. Required Hours calculated per fiscal year
e. Compliance Checklist
f. UBS December 7, 2016
4. Collections
5. OptumInsight/AIM Collections
6. YTD Financial Overview
7. Income Statement
8. Balance Sheet
9. IEBP Cost Allocation
10. Membership Contribution
11. Health Claims
12. Pharmacy Claims
13. Net Income
14. Member Equity and Formula for Member Equity
15. Historical Data: Investment Earnings Rate Increase and Equity Offset
16. Replacement Ratio
17. Reserve Calculation
18. Electronic Fund Transfers
19. PPACA Administrative Fees
20. TMRS Funding
21. Complaint Log
22. Declinations
23. Appeal Log
24. Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) Action Plan
25. Document Enclosure
26. Executive Directors Expense Reports (Board Meeting On-Site Hand-Out Review)
a. 2015-2016
L. 2016 IEBP Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) and 2017 Performance Improvement Plan Transition (PIP Packet)
1. Metric and Performance Improvement Plan Workbook were updated due to information received during the audit
2. Due to required posting on the website staff would like to recommend to the Board a more efficient delivery of the performance improvement activities
3. Initial Review: July 2013 Survey & Results screen the final score (49.17 out of 50 / 98.35%): Surveyors: Jacqueline Simmons and Angela Beattie
4. First Audit IEBP obtained Interim NCQA Accreditation September 18, 2013
5. Initial Audit Extension with Several Professional Growth Opportunities
6. Accreditation Extension Requested overall threshold for an accreditations status met standards, but working on some must pass criteria (UM 7B, UM 7C & UM 9D)
7. NCQA consistently raises the bar, accrediting health plans face a rigorous set of more than sixty (60) standards and must report on their performance in more than forty (40) areas in order to earn NCQAs seal of approval. IEBP received the NCQA seal of approval March 16, 2018 earning 46.18 out of 50 points/96.80.
8. NCQA consistently raises the bar of health plans today by a rigorous set of more than sixty (60) standards and must report on their performance in more than forty (40) areas in order to earn a NCQA seal of approval.
9. Organization Receives: Outstanding Issues Forms, Access to ISS to attach document, only documents that existed prior to survey submission will be accepted
10. NCQA is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality by certifying healthcare organizations or Utilization Review Accreditation Commission (URAC) Accredited.
11. Annual Year Review
a. IEBP
b. Delegated Agreements and Delegate Reporting Responsibilities
c. Medical Intelligence
d. Network
12. Qualitative/Quantitative Measurement Q2 by Functional Area
13. Functional Area Performance Improvement Plan Information will be reviewed
a. UMR Claim Adjudication Team
b. Quality Compliance Team
c. Plan Installation Team
d. Billing and Eligibility
e. Customer Care
f. Health Information (HITECH)
g. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Service
h. Human Resources
i. Marketing and Membership Interface
M. Medical Intelligence Overview
1. Medical Intelligent Team
2. Medical Director Activity
3. Behavioral Health Psychologist Activity
N. Internal Legal Counsel and Protected Health Information and Security (Executive Session Packet)
1. Legal Service Metrics
2. Privacy and Security Overview
O. Legislative Liaison Report (Tab M)
1. Texas Session Healthcare Overview
2. IEBPs Legislative Bill Overview
P. External Legal Counsel Report

I. Executive Director (Executive Session Packet)

II. Action Items
A. IEBP Board will take action on the Committee Reports
B. IEBP Board will take action on the TML Report
C. IEBP Board will take action on IRP Report
D. IEBP Board will take action on PEBA Report
E. IEBP Board will take action on the External Claim Audit Report October - February results
F. IEBP Board will take action on the 2017-2018 Budget Request
G. IEBP Board will take action on the Investment Report and Investment Policy and Procedure
H. IEBP Board will take action on the 2017-2018 Benefit Modifications recommendations
I. IEBP Board will take action on the 2017-2018 Underwriting recommendations
1. Medical Trend
2. Non Specialty Trend
3. Specialty Trend
4. Stop Loss Trend
5. Medical Benefit Improvement Load
6. Prescription Benefit Changes
7. Aged Claim Load Pended Claims Incurred prior to 10/01/17
8. OptumRx Contract Improvement Credit
9. Equity Discussion
10. Claim Reserve Discussion
J. IEBP Board will take action on the Collaborative Teaming Alliance Recommendation
K. IEBP Board will take action on the Business Model Alignment Report Recommendation
L. IEBP Board will take action on the 2015-16 and 2016-17 Performance Improvement Plans (PIP)
M. IEBP Board will take action on the Alliance Relationship Recommendation
N. IEBP Board will take action on the Competitive Proposal recommendations
O. IEBP Board will take action on the Business Administrative Services
P. IEBP Board will take action on Internal Legal and Protected Health/Security
Q. IEBP Board will take action on the Legislative Liaison report
R. IEBP Board will take action on the External Legal Counsel report

III. Organizational Items (Part II)
A. 2017 & 2018 Board Meetings:
1. June 29-30, 2017 Pearl, South Padre Island, Texas
2. September 28-29, 2017 Four Seasons Resort, Las Colinas, Texas
3. January 25-26, 2018 Hyatt Hill Country, San Antonio, Texas
4. April 26-27, 2018 Horseshoe Bay Resort, Marble Falls, Texas
5. June 28-29, 2018 Pearl, South Padre Island, Texas
6. September 27-28, 2018 Four Seasons Resort, Las Colinas, Texas
B. 2017 NLC-RISC Trustees Conference
1. May 17-19, 2017 Indianapolis, IN
C. TML Board Meetings
1. June 22-23, 2017 Live Oak, Texas
2. October 3 and 6, 2017 Houston, Texas
3. December 2, 2016 Austin, TX
D. TML Annual Conference
1. October 3-6, 2017 George Brown Convention Center, Houston
2. October 9-12, 2018 Fort Worth Convention Center, Fort Worth
3. October 8-11, 2019 Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio
4. October 13-16, 2020 Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center, Grapevine
5. October 5-8, 2021 George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston
E. TML IRP Board Meetings
1. April 28-29, 2017 South Padre Island, TX
2. July 21-22, 2017 San Antonio, TX
3. October 20-21, 2017 Allen, TX

IV. Adjourn

The Board of Trustees of the IEBP reserves the right to adjourn into executive session at any time during the course of this meeting to discuss any of the matters listed above, as authorized by Texas Government Code Sections 551.071 (Consultation with Attorney), 551.072 (Deliberations about Real Property), 551.074 (Personnel Matters) and 551.0785 (Deliberations Involving Medical or Psychiatric Records of Individuals).


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Agency Name: University Interscholastic League
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Sports Officials Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 2600 La Frontera Blvd
City Location: Round Rock
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002780
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jamey Harrison
Agenda: Sports Officials Committee
Austin Marriott North
2600 La Frontera Blvd
Round Rock, TX 78681
April 27, 2017

A meeting of the UIL Sports Officials Committee will be held on April 27, 2017 at the Austin Marriott North, 2600 La Frontera, Round Rock, Texas, according to the following agenda, unless otherwise announced by the Chairman.

BUSINESS MEETING A-H

Time Agenda Item Individual Responsible
9:00 am A. Quorum Determination Chair
B. Adoption of Agenda
C. Adoption of Meeting Rules
D. Adoption of Minutes from August 29, 2016
E. Speakers
1. Scheduled Speakers
a. Mike Fitch Texas Association of Sports Officials (TASO)
2. Unscheduled Speakers (Each speaker will be given no more than 3 minutes to address SOC. The chair may limit the number of unscheduled speakers due to time constraints and other business.)

10:00 am F. Old Business
1. Mileage Reimbursement Schedule Survey results and discussion.
G. New Business
1. Discussion regarding conflict of interest/code of ethics policy.
2. Discussion regarding criminal background checks.
H. Announcements
I. Adjourn

EXECUTIVE SESSION

THE SPORTS OFFICIALS COMMITTEE MAY GO INTO CLOSED (EXECUTIVE) SESSION ON ANY ITEM LISTED ON THE AGENDA WHERE AUTHORIZED BY THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT, TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE, CHAPTER 551.
1. Pursuant to Government Code, Section 551.071, Members of the UIL Sports Officials Committee may consult with their attorney concerning pending or contemplated litigation, and all matters identified in the agenda where the Committee members seek the advice of their attorney as privileged communications under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas.
2. Action, if any, in Open Session on items discussed in closed (executive) session.

Meetings of the UIL Sports Officials Committee are open to the public except for any closed (executive) session held in compliance with Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons interested in a UIL Sports Officials Committee hearing and desiring communication with the Committee or any special accommodations should contact the UIL Office at least two working days prior to the meeting. The UIL Office is open Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The UIL Office may be contacted by phone (512) 471-5883; fax (512) 471-5908; email info@uiltexas.org. The UILs physical address is 1701 Manor Road, Austin, Texas 78722.


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Agency Name: Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: General Issues Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 225
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002572
Submit Date: 04/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Molly Roman, 512 936-4405
Agenda: General Issues Committee Meeting

April 27, 2017 at 1:00 p.m.
William P. Hobby Building
333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 225
Austin, Texas 78701

AGENDA

The Committee may discuss and take action regarding any of the following agenda items.

A. Call to order, roll call, certification of quorum, order of business
B. Approval of minutes from General Issues Committee meeting held on February 24, 2017
C. Public comment (limited to five minutes per person; more time may be allotted as needed at the discretion of the Committee Chair)
D. Proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.80, Fees regarding reduction of the annual renewal fee for P.G. license holders who have a medical disability and recommendation to the full Board for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
E. Report on activities related to the review of statute and rules allowing geoscientists to use power equipment for extraction of soil and geologic samples and placement of piezometers
F. Date and agenda items for next meeting
Review of public comments and recommendation to full Appointed Board on possible adoption of amendments to 22 TAC §851.80, Fees; §851.10 Definitions; §851.30, Firm Registration
G. Adjournment

The Committee may meet in closed session on any agenda item listed above as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Gov. Code Chapter 551. If you require auxiliary aids, services or material in an alternate format please contact the Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists at least five working days prior to the meeting date. Listed below is helpful information if assistance is required. Phone: (512) 936-4401, Fax: (512) 936-4409, email: chorton@tbpg.state.tx.us, TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).


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Agency Name: Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Application Review and Continuing Education Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 225
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002570
Submit Date: 04/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Elsa Paynes, 512 936-4403
Agenda: Application Review and Continuing Education Committee

April 27, 2017 9:00 a.m.
William P. Hobby Building
333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 225
Austin, Texas 78701

AGENDA

The Committee may discuss and take action regarding any of the following agenda items.

A. Call to order, roll call, and certification of quorum.
B. Approval of minutes from the February 23, 2017 committee meeting.
C. Public comment (limited to five minutes per person; more time may be allotted as needed at the discretion of the committee chair).
D. Staff report on Licensing Data, exam statistics, and efforts to enter into reciprocity agreements with other jurisdictions.
E. Applications for P.G. license or GIT certification and/or exam requests received:
a. Daniel Smith: Review of applicants request for waiver of the ASBOG® Fundamentals of Geology and Practice of Geology examinations.
b. Elizabeth McConnell: Review of applicants education to sit for the ASBOG® Fundamentals of Geology examination.
c. Scott Meier: Review of applicants years of graduate study for qualifying work experience credit for P.G. licensure.
F. Proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.20, Professional Geoscientist Licensing Requirements and Application Procedure, and recommendation to the full Board for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
G. Proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.21, Licensing Requirements-Examinations, and recommendation to the full Board for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
H. Proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.23, Qualifying Experience Record, and recommendation to the full Board for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
I. Proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.25, Education, and recommendation to the full Board for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
J. Discussion of Committee recommendation to the Appointed Board to adopt a legislative recommendation to amend Texas Occupations Code §1002.254 Examinations to provide for the Appointed Board to establish criteria to qualify a person to sit for licensing examination(s).
K. Development of consumer information/publications to be available on the website and general distribution in other settings.
L. Date and agenda items for next meeting.
a. Review of public comments and recommendation to full Appointed Board on possible adoption of amendments to 22 TAC §851.80, Fees; §851.20, Professional Geoscientists Licensing Requirements and Application Procedure; §851.21, Licensing Requirements-Examinations; §851.23, Qualifying Experience Record, §851.25, Education.
M. Adjournment.

The Committee may meet in closed session on any agenda item listed above as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Gov. Code Chapter 551. If you require auxiliary aids, services or material in an alternate format please contact the Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists at least five working days prior to the meeting date. Listed below is helpful information if assistance is required. Phone: (512) 936-4428, Fax: (512) 936-4409, email: chorton@tbpg.state.tx.us, TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).


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Agency Name: Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Compliance and Enforcement Committee
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 225
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002573
Submit Date: 04/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Wesley McCoy, 512 936-4410
Agenda: Compliance and Enforcement Committee Meeting

April 27, 2017, 3:00 p.m.
Hobby Building, 333 Guadalupe Street
Tower II, Room 225
Austin, Texas 78701

AGENDA

The Committee may discuss and take action regarding any of the following agenda items.

A. Call to order, roll call, and certification of quorum
B. Approval of February 23, 2017 Compliance and Enforcement Committee meeting minutes
C. Public comment (limited to five minutes per person; more time may be allotted as needed at the discretion of the committee chair)
D. Staff Enforcement Report: current enforcement numbers, Complaint Review Team (CRT) meeting highlights, and outreach efforts
E. Report on status of enforcement cases proceeding to the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH)
F. Report on complaints dismissed by Enforcement Coordinator
G. Discussion of alternatives for handling default proceedings in enforcement actions. Proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.157 Complaints and Disciplinary Actions, and recommendation to the full Appointed Board for posting to the Texas register for public comment.
H. Date and discussion topics for next meeting
Review of public comments and recommendation to full Appointed Board on possible adoption of amendments to 22 TAC §851.157, Complaints and Disciplinary Actions
I. Adjournment

The Committee may meet in closed session on any agenda item listed above as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Gov. Code Chapter 551. If you require auxiliary aids, services or material in an alternate format please contact the Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists at least five working days prior to the meeting date. Listed below is helpful information if assistance is required. Phone: (512) 936-4401, Fax: (512) 936-4409, email: chorton@tbpg.state.tx.us TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).


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Agency Name: Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Compliance and Enforcement Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 225
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002724
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Charles Horton, 512-936-4401
Agenda: COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT COMMITTEE
AGENDA

The Committee may discuss and take action regarding any of the following agenda items.

A. Call to order, roll call, and certification of quorum
B. Approval of February 23, 2017 Compliance and Enforcement Committee meeting minutes
C. Public comment (limited to five minutes per person; more time may be allotted as needed at the discretion of the committee chair)
D. Staff Enforcement Report: current enforcement numbers, Complaint Review Team (CRT) meeting highlights, and outreach efforts
E. Report on status of enforcement cases proceeding to the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH)
F. Report on complaints dismissed by Enforcement Coordinator
G. Discussion of alternatives for handling default proceedings in enforcement actions. Proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.157, Complaints and Disciplinary Actions; proposal of repeal of current 22 TAC §851.158, Actions Against Non-License Holders and proposal of new 22 TAC §851.158, Procedures; proposal of new 22 TAC §851.159, Sanctions; and proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.203, Defaults; proposal of new 22 TAC §851.220, Judicial Review Procedures, and recommendation to the full Appointed Board for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
H. Date and discussion topics for next meeting
Review of public comments and recommendation to full Appointed Board on possible adoption of amendments to 22 TAC §851.157, Complaints and Disciplinary Actions; repeal of current 22 TAC §851.158, Actions Against Non-License Holders and proposal of new 22 TAC §851.158, Procedures; proposal of new 22 TAC §851.159, Sanctions; and proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.203, Defaults; proposal of new 22 TAC §851.220, Judicial Review Procedures
I. Adjournment

The Committee may meet in closed session on any agenda item listed above as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Gov. Code Chapter 551. If you require auxiliary aids, services or material in an alternate format please contact the Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists at least five working days prior to the meeting date. Listed below is helpful information if assistance is required. Phone: (512) 936-4401, Fax: (512) 936-4409, email: chorton@tbpg.state.tx.us TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).


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Agency Name: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Building/Construction Technology Programs of Study Subcommittee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1200 E. Anderson Lane Board Room
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002546
Submit Date: 04/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Elizabeth Steele, Program Director P.O. Box 12788; Austin, TX 78711 512-427-6418
Agenda: This meeting will be web-cast through the Coordinating Board's website at: http://www.thecb.state.tx.us

A G E N D A

I. Welcome and call to order

II. Review of minutes from the February 10, 2017 meeting

III. Public testimony on agenda items

IV. Discussion and revision, as needed, for the Building/Construction Technology Programs of Study courses

V. Discussion of future agenda items and resources required for next meeting

VI. Discussion of timeline and future meeting date(s)

VII. Adjournment

A working lunch will be incorporated into the schedule.



Individuals who may require auxiliary aids or services for this meeting should contact Tonia Scaperlanda ADA Coordinator, at 512.427.6193 at least five days before the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


CERTIFICATION
I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.


CERTIFYING OFFICIAL:
Bill Franz
General Counsel




Texas Penal Code Section 46.035(c) states: "A license holder commits an offense if the license holder intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly carries a handgun under the authority of Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code, regardless of whether the handgun is concealed or carried in a shoulder or belt holster, in the room or rooms where a meeting of a governmental entity is held and if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code, and the entity provided notice as required by that chapter." Thus, no person can carry a handgun and enter the room or rooms where a meeting of the THECB is held if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code.

Please Note that this governmental meeting is, in the opinion of counsel representing THECB, an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code and THECB is providing notice of this meeting as required by Chapter 551. In addition, please note that the written communication required by Texas Penal Code Sections 30.06 and 30.07, prohibiting both concealed and open carry of handguns by Government Code Chapter 411 licensees, will be posted at the entrances to this governmental meeting.



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Agency Name: Texas A&M University System Board of Regents
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Gene Stallings Blvd, Board Annex, Board Meeting Room and 275 Joe Routt Boulevard, Memorial Student Center (MSC), Bethancourt Ballroom, 2300 D&E, Texas A&M University
City Location: College Station
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002874
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Vickie Spillers, P.O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013, 979-845-9600, 979-845-0835 (fax), vickie@tamus.edu
Agenda: NOTICE OF OPEN MEETING FOR SUBMISSION
TO SECRETARY OF STATE/TEXAS REGISTER DIVISION

Agency Name: Texas A&M University System Board of Regents

Board: The Texas A&M University System

Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017

Time of Meeting: 9:00 a.m.

Street Location: Gene Stallings Blvd, Board Annex, Board Meeting Room and 275 Joe Routt Boulevard, Memorial Student Center (MSC), Bethancourt Ballroom, 2300 D&E, Texas A&M University

City Location: College Station

Additional Information Obtained From: Vickie Spillers, P.O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013, 979-845-9600, 979-845-0835 (fax), vickie@tamus.edu

The Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System will meet from approximately 9:00 a.m. to approximately 4:15 p.m. on Thursday, April 27, 2017. Meetings are scheduled to follow each other consecutively and may start earlier or later than the posted time depending on the length of the discussions and the reports of previous meetings. The estimated times given in the posting are only approximate and may be adjusted as required with no prior notice.

Some of the meeting times are posted as individual meetings of committees of the Board; however, any member of the Board may attend committee meetings. Because some Board members who are not committee members may attend committee meetings and thereby create a quorum of the full Board, the meetings of all committees are also being posted as meetings of the full Board.

The link to the complete Agenda Book is https://www.tamus.edu/regents/meetingmaterials/regular

The Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System will convene in Board meeting and committee meetings according to the following agenda:

THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 2017
Gene Stallings Blvd, Board Annex, Board Meeting Room and 275 Joe Routt Boulevard, Memorial Student Center (MSC), Bethancourt Ballroom, Texas A&M University

9:00 a.m.
CONVENE MEETING OF THE BOARD AND IMMEDIATELY RECESS TO EXECUTIVE SESSION, Board Meeting Room

Executive Session Agenda:

Consultation with System Attorneys Regarding Legal Matters or Pending and/or Contemplated Litigation or Settlement Offers Texas Government Code, Section 551.071; including:

--Discussion with Counsel on pending legal matters including, but not limited to, contemplated and/or pending litigation, contemplated, on-going and/or completed investigations regarding institutional compliance and any findings, conclusions and/or recommendations thereto; and the status of negotiations regarding and/or compliance with certain letters of intent, contracts and/or similar agreements, including, but not limited to, legal obligations and duties and any and all facts relating thereto; including:

--Discussion of legal issues relating to United States of America ex rel. Joshua Harman v. Trinity Industries, Inc. and Trinity Highway Products LLC
--Discussion of legal issues relating to BARDA/CIADM project
--Discussion of legal issues relating to acquisition of property in Dallas for new dental school facility

Deliberations Regarding Gifts and Donations Texas Government Code, Section 551.073

Deliberations Regarding the Purchase, Exchange, Lease, or Value of Real Property Texas Government Code, Section 551.072; including discussion regarding possible terms and conditions and related negotiations involving the potential purchase, exchange, or lease of real property; including:

-- Item *5.5 - Authorization to Lease Approximately 15,592 Square Feet of Office Space in the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, Texas A&M
--Item *5.6 - Authorization to Purchase an Office/Laboratory Building in College Station,
Brazos County, Texas, and Appropriation for the Building Purchase, Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station

Deliberations Regarding Personnel Matters Relating to Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Reassignment, Duties, Discipline or Dismissal of an Officer or Employee, or to Hear Complaints or Charges Against an Officer or Employee Texas Government Code, Section 551.074; including:

--Presidents and/or Chief Executive Officers of A&M System Institutions (Universities, Agencies and Health Science Center); A&M System Office Executive Level employees; employees reporting directly to the Board (e.g., Chancellor, Executive Director and Chief Auditor); and all other employees of the A&M System Offices and Institutions.

--Item *5.7 - Authorization for the President to Negotiate and Execute a New Employment Contract with Head Womens Basketball Coach, Texas A&M
--Item *5.8 - Authorization for the Chairman to Negotiate and Execute an Extension of the Employment Agreement with the Chancellor, TAMUS BOR

Deliberations regarding security devices or security audits Texas Government Code, Section 551.076

RECESS EXECUTIVE SESSION (approximately 12:00 p.m.)

RECONVENE BOARD MEETING OPEN SESSION (approximately 1:30 p.m.), MSC, Bethancourt Ballroom, Room 2300 D&E

--Invocation
--Chairman's Remarks:
Welcome and Recognitions
System Member Highlights
--Student Regent's Remarks:
Experiences as Student Regent
State of Student Body for the A&M System
Issues Concerning Students Moving Forward for Upcoming Year
Thoughts on Effectiveness of Student Regent Position
--Chancellor's Remarks:
System Member Accomplishments
Academic Program Highlights
Important Research Initiatives
--Board Consideration and Vote on Item 5.1
5.1) Adoption of a Resolution Recognizing Jonathan Espinoza for Being Named as a 2017 Truman Scholar by the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation, A&M System

RECESS

MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE (this meeting is scheduled to follow the recess of the Board meeting at approximately 2:00 p.m.) MSC Bethancourt Ballroom, Room 2300 D&E

Presentation and Committee Action on Item 1.1
--System Financial Update
1.1) Approval of Increased Athletics Fee at Texas A&M University-Commerce, A&M System

RECESS/ADJOURN

MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE ON AUDIT (this meeting is scheduled to follow the meeting of the Committee on Finance at approximately 2:30 p.m.) MSC Bethancourt Ballroom, Room 2300 D&E
--Monthly Audit Reports
--Audit Tracking Report [Management's Responses to Audit Tracking Report (as needed)]
--State of Texas Statewide Single Audit Report
--Update on System Ethics and Compliance Office
--Other Business (includes Approval of Minutes)

RECESS/ADJOURN

MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE ON BUILDINGS AND PHYSICAL PLANT (this meeting is scheduled to follow the meeting of the Committee on Audit at approximately 3:10 p.m.) MSC Bethancourt Ballroom, Room 2300 D&E

Presentation and Committee Action on Items 3.1 through 3.9

3.1) Approval of the Project Scope and Budget, Appropriation for Construction Services, and Approval for Construction for the Capital Improvements Project, Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, Texas (Project No. 05-3204)
3.2) Approval of the Project Scope and Budget, Appropriation for Pre-Construction and Construction Services, and Approval for Construction for the Energy Consumption Reduction Project, Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, Texas (Project No. 05-3251)
3.3) Approval of the Project Scope and Budget, Appropriation for Construction Services, and Approval for Construction for the TTI Headquarters Project, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Bryan, Texas (Project No. 12-3224)
3.4) Approval of the Project Scope and Budget, Appropriation for Construction Services, and Approval for Construction for the Education Complex Project, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, Kingsville, Texas (Project No. 17-3207)
3.5) Approval of the Project Scope and Budget, Appropriation for Construction Services, and Approval for Construction for the Renovate Jarrett Hall Phase II Project, West Texas A&M University, Canyon, Texas (Project No. 18-3227)
3.6) Approval of the Project Scope and Budget, Appropriation for Construction Services, and Approval for Construction for the Amarillo Center Renovation Phase II Project, West Texas A&M University, Canyon, Texas (Project No. 18-3250)
3.7) Approval of the Project Scope and Budget, Appropriation for Construction Services, and Approval for Construction for the Academic and Student Services Building Project, Texas A&M University-Texarkana, Texarkana, Texas (Project No. 22-3200)
3.8) Approval of the Project Scope and Budget, Appropriation for Construction Services, and Approval for Construction for the Dentistry Clinical Education Facility Project, Texas A&M University Health Science Center, Dallas, Texas (Project No. 23-3202)
3.9) Approval of the Project Scope and Budget, Appropriation for Construction Services, and Approval for Construction for the Energy Conservation Measures Project, Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, Texas (Project No. 21-1701)

Report
Report of System Construction Projects Authorized by the Board

RECESS/ADJOURN

RECONVENE BOARD MEETING (approximately 3:40 p.m.) MSC, Bethancourt Ballroom,
Room 2300 D&E

Report and Action (Public Testimony as set forth in System Policy 02.01)

Standing/Special Committee Reports:

--Committee on Finance (Report and Action on Item 1.1)

--Committee on Audit (Report only)

--Committee on Buildings and Physical Plant (Report and Action on Items 3.1 through 3.9)

--Committee on Academic and Student Affairs (Report and Action on Item 4.1)
4.1) Approval of Changes to the Admissions Standards for System Member Universities for the 2018-19 Academic Year, A&M System

--The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents (Items not assigned to committee) (Presentation and Action on Items 5.2 through 5.9):

5.2) Adoption of a Resolution Honoring Mr. Van H. Taylor for His Outstanding Dedication and Service as Trustee of the Texas A&M Foundation, Texas A&M
5.3) Adoption of a Resolution Recognizing Ms. Stephanie Y. Martinez for Her Service as the 2016-2017 Student Member of the Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System and Bestowing the Title of Student Regent Emeritus, TAMUS BOR
5.4) Appointment of Member of Board of Directors of The University of Texas Investment Management Company, TAMUS BOR
5.9) Adoption of a Resolution Honoring and Recognizing the Sacrifices of the Texas A&M University Class of 1917, TAMUS BOR
5.5) *Authorization to Lease Approximately 15,592 Square Feet of Office Space in the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, Texas A&M
5.6) *Authorization to Purchase an Office/Laboratory Building in College Station, Brazos County, Texas, and Appropriation for the Building Purchase, Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station
5.7) *Authorization for the President to Negotiate and Execute a New Employment Contract with Head Womens Basketball Coach, Texas A&M
5.8) *Authorization for the Chairman to Negotiate and Execute an Extension of the Employment Agreement with the Chancellor, TAMUS BOR

Consent Agenda Items (Presentation and Action on Items 6.1 through 6.38)

The Texas A&M University System/Board of Regents
6.1) Approval of Minutes, BOR
6.2) Approval of Revisions to System Policy 03.01, System Mission, Vision, Core Values and Strategic Planning
6.3) Approval of Revisions to System Policy 21.05, Gifts, Donations, Grants and Endowments
6.4) Approval of Revisions to System Policy 51.04, Delegations of Authority on Construction Projects
6.5) Approval of First Financial Bank as a System Depository
6.6) Granting of the Title of Emeritus, April 2017
6.7) Confirmation of Appointment and Commissioning of Peace Officers
6.8) Approval of Fiscal Year 2018 Holiday Schedules

Prairie View A&M University
6.9) Approval of Academic Tenure, April 2017

Tarleton State University
6.10) Approval of Academic Tenure, April 2017
6.11) *Naming of the West Side Addition to Tarleton Memorial Stadium

Texas A&M International University
6.12) Approval of Academic Tenure, April 2017
6.13) Granting of Faculty Development Leave for FY 2018

Texas A&M University
6.14) Approval of Major Change in Function, Focus and Funding Source and Change in Name for the Texas A&M Institute for Public Health Improvement
6.15) Approval of a New Bachelor of Science Degree Program with a Major in Food Systems Industry Management, and Authorization to Request Approval from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
6.16) *Authorization to Establish Two Quasi-Endowments
6.17) *Approval of Academic Tenure, April 2017
6.18) *Namings of Academic Rooms and Spaces in the Music Activities Center
6.19) *Naming of the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans
6.20) *Naming of the Softball Stadium
6.37) Adoption of a Resolution Recognizing the Texas A&M University Womens Equestrian Team on Winning the 2017 National Collegiate Equestrian Association National Champship
6.38) Adoption of a Resolution Recognizing the Texas A&M University Men's Track & Field Team on Winning the 2017 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Indoor Track & Field Championship

Texas A&M University-Central Texas
6.21) Approval of Academic Tenure, April 2017
6.22) Granting of Faculty Development Leave for FY 2018
6.23) Approval of Amended Mission Statement and Authorization to Provide Notification to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

Texas A&M University-Commerce
6.24) Approval of a New Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree Program in Photography, and Authorization to Request Approval from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
6.25) Approval of Academic Tenure, April 2017

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
6.26) Approval of a New Bachelor of Arts Degree Program with a Major in Media Arts, and Authorization to Request Approval from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
6.27) Approval of Academic Tenure, April 2017
6.28) Granting of Faculty Development Leave for FY 2018

Texas A&M University-Kingsville
6.29) Approval of a New Bachelor of Science Degree Program with a Major in Industrial Engineering, and Authorization to Request Approval from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
6.30) Approval of Academic Tenure, April 2017

Texas A&M University-San Antonio
6.31) Approval of Academic Tenure, April 2017

Texas A&M University-Texarkana
6.32) Approval of Academic Tenure, April 2017

West Texas A&M University
6.33) Approval of Academic Tenure, April 2017
6.34) Granting of Faculty Development Leave for FY 2018
6.35) Adoption of a Resolution Honoring the West Texas A&M University Mens Cross Country Program

Texas A&M Forest Service
6.36) Confirmation of Appointment and Commissioning of Peace Officer

Special Presentations (Resolutions)

Other Business/New Business

ADJOURN

*Certified by the general counsel or other appropriate attorney as confidential or information that may be withheld from public disclosure in accordance with Section 551.1281 and Chapter 552 of the Texas Government Code.

Meetings of the Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System are open to the public except for any posted executive session held in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons interested in committee and/or Board meetings and desiring special accommodations should contact the Board Office at least two working days prior to the meeting. The Board Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding holidays. Contact information follows: phone (979) 845-9600; fax (979) 845-0835; email bor@tamus.edu; P. O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013.

CERTIFICATION: I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.




Ray Bonilla, General Counsel
The Texas A&M University System


A&M System The Texas A&M University System
A&M-Central Texas Texas A&M University-Central Texas
A&M-Commerce Texas A&M University-Commerce
A&M-Corpus Christi Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
A&M-San Antonio Texas A&M University-San Antonio
A/E Architect/Engineer
AgriLife Extension Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
AgriLife Research Texas A&M AgriLife Research
BOR Board of Regents
FP&C Facilities Planning and Construction
GMTO Giant Magellan Telescope Organization
NCTM National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing
POR Program of Requirements
PUF Permanent University Fund
PVAMU Prairie View A&M University
RFS Revenue Financing System
TAMHSC Texas A&M Health Science Center
TAMIU Texas A&M International University
TAMUG Texas A&M University at Galveston
TAMUT Texas A&M University-Texarkana
Tarleton Tarleton State University
TEES Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station
TEEX Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service
Texas A&M at Qatar Texas A&M University at Qatar
Texas A&M Texas A&M University
Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M University-Kingsville
TFS Texas A&M Forest Service
THECB Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
TIGM Texas A&M Institute for Genomic Medicine
TIPS Texas A&M Institute for Preclinical Studies
TTI Texas A&M Transportation Institute
TVMDL Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory
UTIMCO The University of Texas Investment Management Company
WTAMU West Texas A&M University


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Redesign Advisory Committee
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 4900 North Lamar Blvd. (Health and Human Services Commission , Brown-Heatly Building, Public Hearing Room)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002372
Submit Date: 04/06/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Tony Moreno, Advisory Committee Coordinator, Medicaid/Children's Health Insurance Program Services Department, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-462-6278, or tony.moreno@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:

Intellectual and Developmental Disability System
Redesign Advisory Committee

April 27, 2017
10 a.m.

Meeting Site:
Health and Human Services Commission
Brown-Heatly Building
Public Hearing Room
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78751

Texas Penal Code Section 46.035(c) states: "A license holder commits an offense if the license holder intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly carries a handgun under the authority of Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Texas Government Code, regardless of whether the handgun is concealed or carried in a shoulder or belt holster, in the room or rooms where a meeting of a governmental entity is held and if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, and the entity provided notice as required by that chapter."

Please note that this governmental meeting is, in the opinion of counsel representing the Health and Human Services Commission, an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, and the Health and the Human Services Commission (HHSC) is providing notice of this meeting as required by Chapter 551. In addition, please note that the written communication required by Texas Penal Code Sections 30.06 and 30.07, prohibiting both concealed and open carry of handguns by Texas Government Code Chapter 411 licensees, will be posted at the entrances to this governmental meeting.

1. Welcome and Chair report
2. Review and adoption of January 26, 2017, meeting minutes (Vote required)
3. Open Meetings Act update
4. Presentation from Corporation for Supportive Housing
5. Legislative update
6. Lunch
7. Update on current managed care initiatives
8. Discussion of Home and Community-based Services settings
9. Discussion of STAR Kids
10. Break
11. Subcommittee updates
a. Day Habilitation and Employment Services
b. Transition to Managed Care
12. Discuss committee goals and subcommittee structure
13. Intellectual and Developmental Disability (IDD) Managed Care Pilot and Texas Home Living carve-in
14. Discuss IDD System Redesign Advisory Committee recommendation and action item process
15. Public comment
16. Discuss July 2017 agenda topics and action items
17. Adjourn

Public comment may be taken on any agenda item.

Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Tony Moreno, Advisory Committee Coordinator, Medicaid/Children's Health Insurance Program Services Department, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-462-6278, or tony.moreno@hhsc.state.tx.us.

This meeting is open to the public. No reservations are required, and there is no cost to attend this meeting.

People with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Moreno at 512-462-6278 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 4900 North Lamar Blvd. (Health and Human Services Commission, Brown-Heatly Building, Public Hearing Room)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002588
Submit Date: 04/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Tony Moreno, Advisory Committee Coordinator, Medicaid/Children¿s Health Insurance Program Services Department, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-462-6278, or tony.moreno@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:

Intellectual and Developmental Disability System
Redesign Advisory Committee

April 27, 2017
10 a.m.

Meeting Site:
Health and Human Services Commission
Brown-Heatly Building
Public Hearing Room
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78751

Texas Penal Code Section 46.035(c) states: "A license holder commits an offense if the license holder intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly carries a handgun under the authority of Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Texas Government Code, regardless of whether the handgun is concealed or carried in a shoulder or belt holster, in the room or rooms where a meeting of a governmental entity is held and if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, and the entity provided notice as required by that chapter."

Please note that this governmental meeting is, in the opinion of counsel representing the Health and Human Services Commission, an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, and the Health and the Human Services Commission (HHSC) is providing notice of this meeting as required by Chapter 551. In addition, please note that the written communication required by Texas Penal Code Sections 30.06 and 30.07, prohibiting both concealed and open carry of handguns by Texas Government Code Chapter 411 licensees, will be posted at the entrances to this governmental meeting.

1. Welcome and Chair report
2. Review and adoption of January 26, 2017, meeting minutes (Vote required)
3. Open Meetings Act update
4. Presentation from Corporation for Supportive Housing
5. Legislative update
6. Lunch
7. Update on current managed care initiatives
8. Discussion of Home and Community-based Services settings
9. Intellectual and Developmental Disability (IDD) Assessment Pilot Project and Person Centered Planning
10. Break
11. Subcommittee updates
a. Day Habilitation and Employment Services
b. Transition to Managed Care
12. Discuss committee goals and subcommittee structure
13. IDD Managed Care Pilot and Texas Home Living carve-in
14. Discuss IDD System Redesign Advisory Committee recommendation and action item process
15. Public comment
16. Discuss July 2017 agenda topics and action items
17. Adjourn

Public comment may be taken on any agenda item.

Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Tony Moreno, Advisory Committee Coordinator, Medicaid/Childrens Health Insurance Program Services Department, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-462-6278, or tony.moreno@hhsc.state.tx.us.

This meeting is open to the public. No reservations are required, and there is no cost to attend this meeting.

People with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Moreno at 512-462-6278 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Veterans Land Board
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1700 N. Congress Ave.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002736
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Stephanie Crenshaw at Stephanie.crenshaw@glo.texas.gov or 512-463-6556.
Agenda:
1. Approval of the minutes from the February 23, 2017 Veterans Land Board Meeting.
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2. Consideration and action to set aside bids received from the Online Bidding Forfeited Land Sale held April 25, 2017, on any tract where the account holder is making an appeal for reinstatement and paid in full.
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3. Consideration and action to accept and award all qualified high bids received from the Online Bidding Forfeited Land Sale held April 25, 2017.
________________________________________________________________________

4. Consideration and action on request to forfeit VLB delinquent land accounts.
________________________________________________________________________

5. Consideration and action on request to forfeit VLB accounts involved in tax suits.
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6. Consideration and action on request to Order for Sale land tracts that may be included in the next Online Bidding Forfeited Land Sale.
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7. Consideration and action to set the next Quarterly Electronic Forfeited Land Sale bidding period to begin June 5, 2017 through, July 25, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
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8. Consideration and possible action on delegation of signatory authority to the Executive Secretary or Assistant Executive Secretary for forfeited land sale contracts and deeds.
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9. Consideration and possible action on the transfer of approximately 6.65 acres of real property from the Temple Texas State Veterans Home tract.
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10. Staff Reports:

A. Staff Update for Loan Operations Production Report
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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Archeology Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 9515 Hotel Dr., Hilton Austin Airport, Chennault Rm
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002697
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lillie Thompson, Texas Historical Commission, P.O. Box 12276, Austin, Tx 78711 512/463-1858
Agenda: The Committee may discuss and/or take action on any of the items listed in the agenda.

1. Call to Order
A. Committee Introductions
B. Establish a Quorum
C. Recognize and/or excuse absences

2. Consider approval of the January 26, 2017 Archeology Committee meeting minutes

3. Curatorial Facility Certification Program
A. Consider approval of Curatorial Facility Certification Program (CFCP) re-certification of the University of Texas-El Paso Centennial Museum and Chilhuahuan Desert Gardens, El Paso (El Paso County)

B. Consider approval of Curatorial Facility Certification Program (CFCP) re-certification of the Brazoria County Historical Museum, Angleton (Brazoria County)

4. Division Directors Report
A. Summary of AAB meeting and recommendations
B. Update on Archeology Division programs and staff
1. La Belle update
2. Training workshops
3. Texas Archeological Stewardship Network news
4. Regional archeology activities
5. Upcoming activities/events

5. Adjournment

NOTICE OF ASSISTANCE AT PUBLIC MEETINGS: Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Lillie Thompson at (512) 463-1858 at least four (4) business days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Architecture Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 9515 Hotel Dr.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002709
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lisa Harvell lisa.harvell@thc.texas.gov 512.463.6094
Agenda: AGENDA
ARCHITECTURE COMMITTEE
Hilton Austin Airport
Chennault Room
9515 Hotel Dr.
Thursday, April 27, 2017
10:00 a.m.

This meeting of the Architecture Committee has been properly posted with the Secretary of States Office according to the provisions of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Texas Government Code. The Commission may discuss and/or take action on any of the items listed in the agenda.


1. Call to Order
A. Committee member introductions
B. Establish quorum
C. Recognize and/or excuse absences

2. Consider approval of the January 26, 2017, Architecture Committee meeting minutes- Perini

3. Consider approval of the recapture of funds and/or the supplemental funding for previously awarded Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program projects (Item 13.2) Fleming

4. Architecture Division update and committee discussion Fleming
A. Report on Courthouse Preservation activities including on-going Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program grant projects and Texas Courthouse Stewardship program efforts
B. Report on state and federal Historic Preservation Tax Credits
C. Review of Architecture Divisions quarterly narrative and project highlights.

5. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Public Information and Education Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 9515 Hotel Dr.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002710
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Chris Florance 512.463.4565 chris.florance@thc.texas.gov
Agenda: AGENDA
PUBLIC INFORMATION AND EDUCATION COMMITTEE
Hilton Austin Airport
Chennault Room
9515 Hotel Dr.
April 27, 2017
10:30 a.m.


This meeting of the Public Information and Education Committee has been properly posted with the Secretary of States Office according to the provisions of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551. The Committee may discuss and/or take action on any of the items listed in the agenda.

1. Call to Order
A. Committee member introductions
B. Establish quorum
C. Recognize and/or excuse absences

2. Public Information and Education Department update and committee discussion
A. Digital Media update.
B. Media Relations update.
C. Publications/Graphic Design update.

3. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 9515 Hotel Dr., Hilton Austin Airport, Chennault Rm
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002696
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lillie Thompson, Texas Historical Commission, P.O. Box 12276, Austin, TX 78711 512/463-1858
Agenda: The members may discuss and/or take action on any of the items listed in the agenda.

1. Call to Order
a. Board Introductions
b. Establish a Quorum
c. Recognize and/or excuse absences

2. Approval of Minutes Antiquities Advisory Board Meeting #84 minutes from January 26, 2017(Austin, Texas)

3. State Antiquities Landmark (SAL) nomination information
Discussion and vote on SAL nomination:
a. Early Settlers rock walls on Scholz/Lux family property, Comal County

4. Reports - Division Reports/Presentations on recent and current permitted projects

5. Chairmans Report

6. Adjournment









NOTICE OF ASSISTANCE AT PUBLIC MEETINGS: Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Lillie Thompson at (512) 463-1858 at least four (4) business days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Historic Sites Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 9515 Hotel Dr.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002715
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Theresa Wenske theresa.wenske@thc.texas.gov 512.463.7948
Agenda: AGENDA
HISTORIC SITES COMMITTEE
Hilton Austin Airport
9515 Hotel Drive
Chennault Room
Austin, Texas 78719
April 27, 2017
2 p.m.


This meeting of the Historic Sites Committee has been properly posted with the Secretary of States Office according to the provisions of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551. The Committee may discuss and/or take action on any of the items listed in the agenda.
________________________________________________________________________________________


1. Call to Order
A. Committee member introductions
B. Establish quorum
C. Recognize and/or excuse absences

2. Consider approval of the January 26, 2017 Historic Sites Committee meeting minutes

3. Consider approval of Historic Sites Strategic Marketing Plan (Item 15.2)

4. Consider approval of a donation of land adjacent to Fort Lancaster SHS (Item 15.3)

5.Consider approval of the purchase of land adjacent to Varner-Hogg Plantation SHS (Item 15.4)

6. Consider approval of the Historic Sites Divisions Properties Collection Plan (Item 15.5)

7. Presentation of final brand images

8. Update on San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site Museum and Exhibits

9. Deputy Executive Director of Historic Sites Update

10. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Finance & Government Relations Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 9515 Hotel Dr.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002711
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Esther Garza 512.463.6100 esther.garza@thc.texas.gov
Agenda: AGENDA
FINANCE & GOVERNMENT RELATIONS COMMITTEE
Hilton Austin Airport
9515 Hotel Drive
Chennault Room
Austin, Texas 78719
April 27, 2017
11.00 a.m.


This meeting of the Finance & Govt Relations Committee has been properly posted with the Secretary of States Office according to the provisions of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Texas Government Code. The Commission may discuss and/or take action on any of the items listed in the agenda.


1. Call to Order
A. Committee member introductions
B. Establish quorum
C. Recognize and/or excuse absences

2. Consider approval of the January 26, 2017 Finance and Government Relations Committee meeting minutes

3. Reporting and accepting of donations to the THC (item 6.3)
Donor
Clara Willoughby Cargile . $500
Total $500

4. Consider approval of contract amendments and extensions (item 6.5)
A. Volt Air Consulting Engineers for mechanical and engineering services, THC capitol complex
B. Moore Consulting and Contracting, Inc. for advisory and expert services, San Felipe de Austin SHS
C. LanMarc Construction for professional services, Levi Jordan Plantation SHS

5. Financial dashboard review

6. Legislative Report

7. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:15 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 9515 Hotel Dr.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002716
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Esther Garza esther.garza@thc.texas.gov 512.463.6100
Agenda: AGENDA
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Hilton Austin Airport
Chennault Room
9515 Hotel Dr.
Austin, 78719
April 27, 2017
3:15 p.m.

This meeting of the Executive Committee has been properly posted with the Secretary of States Office according to the provisions of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Texas Government Code. The members may discuss and/or take action on any of the items listed in the agenda.

1. Call to Order
A. Committee member introductions
B. Establish quorum
C. Recognize and/or excuse absences
2. Consider approval of the January 26, 2017 Executive Committee meeting minutes
3. Report regarding the nominating committees recommendation for Vice-Chair and Secretary of the THC (Item 9.2)
4. Consider approval of THCs privacy policy (Item 9.3)
5. Consider approval of recommendation for presenting the 2016 Governors Award for Historic Preservation (Item 9.4)
6. Consider approval of recommendation for presenting the 2016 John L. Nau, III Award of Excellence in Museums (Item 9.5)
7. Consider approval of appointment for the Architect (Place 2) position to the Texas Preservation Trust Fund Advisory Board (Item 9.6)
8. Consider approval of a donation of land adjacent to Fort Lancaster SHS (item 15.3)
9. Consider approval of the purchase of land adjacent to Varner-Hogg Plantation SHS (item 15.4)
10. Information technology update
11. Human Resources Directors Report
12. Committee Chairmans Report
Report on the ongoing projects and operations of the committee
13. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: History/Heritage Development Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 9515 Hotel Dr.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002714
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Brad Patterson brad.patterson@thc.texas.gov 512.463.6092 Community Heritage Development Charles Sadnick charles.sadnick@thc.texas.gov 512.463.5853 History Programs
Agenda: AGENDA
HISTORY/ HERITAGE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Hilton Austin Airport
Chennault Room
9515 Hotel Dr.
Austin, 78719
April 27 2017
1 p.m.


This meeting of the History/ Heritage Development Committee has been properly posted with the Secretary of States Office according to the provisions of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551. The Committee may discuss and/or take action on any of the items listed in the agenda.



1. Call to Order
A. Committee member introductions
B. Establish quorum
C. Recognize and/or excuse absences
2. Consider approval of the January 26, 2017 committee meeting minutes
3. Certification of Historic Texas Cemetery Designations (item 6.2)
4. Consider approval and/or cancellation of applications for 2017 Official Texas Historical Markers (item 14.2)
5. Consider approval of filing authorization of proposed amendments to Sections 26.8 and 26.9 of the Texas Administrative Code, Title 13, Part 2, for first publication in the Texas Register (item 14.3)
6. Consider approval to reallocate remaining FY16 CLG Grant funds to the Friends of the THC to implement two regional training workshops in CLG communities (item 14.4)
7. Community Heritage Development Division update and committee discussion
A. Update on the Certified Local Government activities including staffing, grants, prospective CLGs
B. Update on heritage tourism activities including Texas Heritage Trails Program, travel guides and mobile tours, and Real Places 2018 conference
C. Update on Texas Main Street program including staffing, First Ladys Tour, and Town Square Initiative
8. History Programs Division update and committee discussion
9. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002792
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, 512-936-6570, dana@arts.texas.gov
Agenda: To evaluate Media Arts & Film applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas Optometry Board
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Investigation-Enforcement Subcommittee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 500
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002700
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Chris Kloeris, 333 Guadalupe Street, Suite 2-420, Austin, Texas, 78701; 512-305-8500
Agenda: April 27, 2017
333 Guadalupe
Austin, TX
Tower II
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500 11:00 a.m.: - throughout day: Investigation-Enforcement Subcommittees to meet with Board Staff to consider complaints received.

500 1:00 p.m.: Investigation-Enforcement Subcommittee to hold informal conference with licensee regarding probation revocation (License Number 8869).

500 - 2:00 p.m.: Investigation-Enforcement Subcommittee to hold informal conference with respondent and complainant regarding complaint (Ki Kim).

The Board may go into executive session on any agenda item as authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Government Code, Chapter 551.


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Agency Name: Texas Optometry Board
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Rules Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 500
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002701
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Chris Kloeris, 333 Guadalupe Street, Suite 2-420, Austin, Texas, 78701; 512-305-8500
Agenda: April 27, 2017
333 Guadalupe
Austin, TX
Tower II
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500 - 2:30 p.m.: Rules Committee will convene in open session, deliberate and possibly take formal action on the following:

Recommend proposing amendments to Rule 22 T.A.C. §273.8 concerning fingerprint requirements for renewal of licenses
Recommend proposing amendments to Rule 22 T.A.C. §271.1 concerning application for license requirements including requirement of databank verifications
Recommend proposing amendments to Rule 22 T.A.C. §273.8 concerning requirement of databank verifications for license renewal

The Board may go into executive session on any agenda item as authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Government Code, Chapter 551.


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Agency Name: Texas Optometry Board
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Continuing Education Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 500
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002702
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Chris Kloeris, 333 Guadalupe Street, Suite 2-420, Austin, Texas, 78701; 512-305-8500
Agenda: April 27, 2017
333 Guadalupe
Austin, TX
Tower II
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500 3:30 p.m.: Continuing Education Committee will convene in open session, deliberate and possibly take formal action regarding the review of Continuing Education Courses to recommend for approval by Board, including course approval for optometric glaucoma specialist education and therapeutic licensure, approval of professional responsibility courses, exemptions from continuing education, guidelines for approving continuing education providers/courses, and importing courses into database.

The Board may go into executive session on any agenda item as authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Government Code, Chapter 551.


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Agency Name: Crystal Clear Water Supply Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2370 FM 1979
City Location: San Marcos
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002909
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Regina C. Franke, Office Mgr. 830-372-1031
Agenda: BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
April 27, 2017
NOTICE
In accordance with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code, Vernons Annotated Civil Statutes, Section 31, notice is hereby given to the public that the Board of Directors for the CRYSTAL CLEAR SPECIAL UTILITY DISTRICT shall hold a meeting on the 27th of April, 2017, 6:30 p.m., at 2370 FM 1979, San Marcos, Texas. The Board may take action on any of the items posted below. Action cannot be taken on individual citizen or customer communications or Board member items unless the matter was continued from a previous meeting or is individually listed below. The District provides unrestricted access for the disabled.
AGENDA
Item 1. Open Meeting, Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation
Item 2. Citizens or customers to be heard (Three minutes each)
Item 3. Consent Agenda
a. Approve Minutes March 23, 2017 Board meeting
b. Approval of March 2017 Financials
c. Approval of the March 2017 Directors Reports
Item 4. Report on daily operations and related matters.
a. Update on Martin-Marietta litigation
b. Expedited Decertification by Las Colinas Development
c. District CCN issues: Water and Wastewater
1. STM to San Marcos
2. Wastewater CCN
3. City of Seguin CCN issues
d. Update on application to the Texas Water Development Board for financial assistance.
e. Updates on any authorized condemnations.
f. Presentation, review and possible authorization to continue with the GIS Mapping Project by Texas Land and Right of Way.
g. Miscellaneous meter requests and line extensions:
1. Cherryville/Caldwell County M.U.D. #1
2. Update on miscellaneous proposed developments, ongoing projects and/or other O&M needs
Item 5. Board Member items.
a. Board Committee charges/reports.
b. Personnel Matters: Business Manager, Office Manager, Bookkeeper/CPA support
c. Next regular meeting May 25, 2017
d. Water Loss Report
e. Items for future agendas
Item 6. Adjournment.
NOTE: The Board reserves the right to retire into executive session concerning any of the other items listed on this Agenda whenever it is considered necessary and legally justified under the Open Meetings Act (Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code).

POSTED ON WEBSITE
crystalclearsud.org
Date: April 24, 2017
Time: 1:40 PM
By: Regina C. Franke
HB #3357


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Agency Name: Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1930 North Washington
City Location: Livingston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002814
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Notice of Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors
Agenda: LAKE LIVINGSTON WATER SUPPLY
SEWER SERVICE CORPORATION
1930 NORTH WASHINGTON
P. O. BOX 1149
LIVINGSTON, TEXAS 77351
(936) 327-3107 OR 1-800-774-9283
FAX (936) 327-8959

NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING
OF
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NOTICE is hereby given to all interested members of the public that the Board of Directors of Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation will hold a regular meeting at the offices of the Corporation, located at 1930 North Washington, Livingston, Polk County, Texas 77351, on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 3:00 P.M., pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Texas Water Code, and the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code (as amended) and Sub-Chapter D, Sections 551.071, 551.072, 551.073 and 551.074.

The items of business to be considered and transacted during the meeting are as follows:

1. Call to order and report on quorum.
2. Public Comment, if any, including customer concerns or complaints (limited to 3 minutes per person).
3. Reading and action on past meeting minutes.
4. Consideration and action, if necessary, on the following:
Director absences/payments (Greg Freeman)
Designate Committee to Coordinate Press release regarding Plants & possible naming of plant (Jim Proctor)
TRA zoned area approval for NWTP and EWTP (John Sexton)
TRWA Conference Report (Jim Proctor)
Sale of Riverside Harbor (John Sexton)
5. Report to the board by the following:
Carl Polk, Discussion of Compliance with USDA Limited English Proficiency Requirements
John Sexton, General Manager, possible customer concerns or complaints, employee matters, pressure tank inspections, and reports regarding wells.
Zuni Vess, Chief Financial Officer, on current budget, capital expenditures, financial covenants, monthly operation, and Cash Flow Statement.
Phillip Everett, Field Superintendent, water production/consumption and work order status; Status updates on Plants, Plant Maintenance, Line Loss Program, Booster Pump Maintenance, and Operations Project(s).
John Stover, Attorney-at-Law, on well and plant sites acquisitions.
6. Closed Session, if necessary, to consult with Attorney regarding pending or contemplated litigation, settlement offers, or any matters in which the Board may seek the advice of its attorney under Government Code §551.071; and to discuss personnel matters, pursuant to Government Code §551.074; and will reconvene in open session for any necessary action on any matter considered in Closed Session.
7. Adjournment.



John Sexton, General Manager
Lake Livingston Water Supply
& Sewer Service Corporation



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Agency Name: Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1930 North Washington
City Location: Livingston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002776
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Notice of Special Meeting of the Board of Directors
Agenda: LAKE LIVINGSTON WATER SUPPLY
SEWER SERVICE CORPORATION
1930 NORTH WASHINGTON
P. O. BOX 1149
LIVINGSTON, TEXAS 77351
(936) 327-3107 OR 1-800-774-9283
FAX (936) 327-8959


NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
OF
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS



NOTICE is hereby given to all interested members that the Board of Directors of Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation will hold a special meeting at the offices of Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Services Corporation located at 1930 N. Washington in Livingston, Polk County, Texas 77351, on Thursday, April 27, 2017, immediately following the Annual Membership Meeting at 6:00 P.M. on that date, pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Texas Water Code, and the Texas Open Meetings Act Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code (as amended) and Sub-Chapter D, Sections 551.071, 551.072, 551.073 and 551.074.

The items of business to be considered and transacted during the meeting are as follows:

1. Call to order and report on quorum.
2. Reading and action on past Special Meeting Minutes of the previous year, April 28, 2016.
3. Election of officers of the Corporation for the upcoming year.
4. Closed Session, if needed.
5. Adjournment.





John Sexton
General Manager
Lake Livingston Water Supply
& Sewer Service Corporation


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Agency Name: Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Members
Status: Active
Street Location: 1930 North Washington
City Location: Livingston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002775
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Notice of Annual Meeting of Members
Agenda: LAKE LIVINGSTON WATER SUPPLY
SEWER SERVICE CORPORATION
1930 NORTH WASHINGTON
P. O. BOX 1149
LIVINGSTON, TEXAS 77351
(936) 327-3107 OR 1-800-774-9283
FAX (936) 327-8959


NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
OF
MEMBERS



NOTICE is hereby given to all interested members that the Board of Directors of Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation will hold an Annual Membership Meeting at the offices of Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation located at 1930 N. Washington in Livingston, Polk County, Texas 77351, on Thursday, April 27, 2017, at 6:00 P.M. on that date, pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Texas Water Code, and the Texas Open Meetings Act Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code (as amended) and Sub-Chapter D, Sections 551.071, 551.072, 551.073 and 551.074.

The items of business to be considered and transacted during the meeting are as follows:

1. Call to order and report on quorum.
2. Public Comment (limited to 3 minutes per person).
3. Reading and action on past Annual Meeting Minutes, April 28, 2016.
4. Presentation of the 2016 Audit Report by Axley & Rode, LLP.
5. Reports by:
a John Sexton, General Manager.
a Zuni Vess, Chief Financial Officer
a John Stover, Attorney-at-Law .
6. Resolution regarding name change signed September 22, 2016.
7. Bank Resolutions changing name and signatures (Zuni Vess)
8. Election results of the two Directors¡¦ positions for the next term.
9. Adjournment.




John Sexton
General Manager
Lake Livingston Water Supply
& Sewer Service Corporation


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Agency Name: Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 1930 North Washington
City Location: Livingston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002774
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Notice of Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors
Agenda: LAKE LIVINGSTON WATER SUPPLY
SEWER SERVICE CORPORATION
1930 NORTH WASHINGTON
P. O. BOX 1149
LIVINGSTON, TEXAS 77351
(936) 327-3107 OR 1-800-774-9283
FAX (936) 327-8959

NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING
OF
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NOTICE is hereby given to all interested members of the public that the Board of Directors of Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation will hold a regular meeting at the offices of the Corporation, located at 1930 North Washington, Livingston, Polk County, Texas 77351, on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 2:00 P.M., pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Texas Water Code, and the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code (as amended) and Sub-Chapter D, Sections 551.071, 551.072, 551.073 and 551.074.

The items of business to be considered and transacted during the meeting are as follows:

1. Call to order and report on quorum.
2. Public Comment, if any, including customer concerns or complaints (limited to 3 minutes per person).
3. Reading and action on past meeting minutes.
4. Consideration and action, if necessary, on the following:
Director absences/payments (Greg Freeman)
Designate Committee to Coordinate Press release regarding Plants & possible naming of plant (Jim Proctor)
TRA zoned area approval for NWTP and EWTP (John Sexton)
Sale of Riverside Harbor (John Sexton)
5. Report to the board by the following:
Carl Polk, Discussion of Compliance with USDA Limited English Proficiency Requirements
John Sexton, General Manager, possible customer concerns or complaints, employee matters, pressure tank inspections, and reports regarding wells.
Zuni Vess, Chief Financial Officer, on current budget, capital expenditures, financial covenants, monthly operation, and Cash Flow Statement.
Phillip Everett, Field Superintendent, water production/consumption and work order status; Status updates on Plants, Plant Maintenance, Line Loss Program, Booster Pump Maintenance, and Operations Project(s).
John Stover, Attorney-at-Law, on well and plant sites acquisitions.
6. Closed Session, if necessary, to consult with Attorney regarding pending or contemplated litigation, settlement offers, or any matters in which the Board may seek the advice of its attorney under Government Code §551.071; and to discuss personnel matters, pursuant to Government Code §551.074; and will reconvene in open session for any necessary action on any matter considered in Closed Session.
7. Adjournment.



John Sexton, General Manager
Lake Livingston Water Supply
& Sewer Service Corporation




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Agency Name: Central Texas Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 300 Cheyenne
City Location: Killeen
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002846
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Susan Kamas, Executive Director susank@workforcelink.com
Agenda: CALL TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

CHAIRS REPORT
Attendance
Terms of Office
New Board Members Confirmations

ACTION ITEMS
Consent Agenda: Board Business Meeting Minutes, March 23, 2017, and Child Care Policy Change
Santa Fe Business Center

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
Belton ISD Bond Election
Central Texas College Update
Central Texas Teacher Externship Program

WORKFORCE ACTIVITIES BRIEFINGS
Executive Briefing-Procurement of Workforce Center Management/Operation
National Updates: Conference of Mayors
Service to Community State and Local Updates: Texas Workforce Commission Updates, Best Companies to Work for in Texas, Operation Welcome Home, Transition Alliance Meeting, KilleenGreat American Defense Community, SNAP Funding

WORKFORCE CENTERS UPDATES
Service to Business Job Openings Report, Business Layoffs, Fort Hood Updates, Central Texas College Job Fair
Service to Job Seekers Workforce Centers Reports, NonCustodial Parents, Vocational Rehabilitation Relocation, Hiring Our Heroes

NEW/OTHER BUSINESS
Board Member Discussion
Workforce Board Meeting Evaluation Results, March Business Meeting
Workforce Board Evaluations for April, Handouts
Calendar of Activities

ADJOURN

RESOURCE MATERIALS
Business Goal: Meet the Human Resource Needs of Central Texas Businesses
Local Labor Market Statistics
Job Seeker Goal: Connect Qualified People to Jobs in a Timely Manner
Program Performance Report
Customer Feedback
Community Goal: Expand and Maintain a Diversified Funding Base
Statement of Revenues and Expenditures
Business Resource Center
Community Goal: Increase Public Awareness/Support of Central Texas Workforce and Its Services
Correspondence, Acknowledgements, and Media Coverage
Workforce Solutions of Central Texas Contact Information


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Agency Name: Workforce Solutions North Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 901 Indiana, Suite 180
City Location: Wichita Falls
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002749
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mona Statser, Executive Director
Agenda: 1. Welcome
2. Call to order/Roll call/Introduction of guests
3. Consent agenda:
A. Minutes of meeting on February 23, 2017
B. Minutes of committee meetings:
Monitoring Committee - February 23, 2017
Youth Advisory Group - February 23, 2017
Executive Committee - April 12, 2017
4. Items for discussion and possible action:
A. Approval of audit and Form 990
B. Discussion of policy changes - Approval requested
1) Job search contacts
2) SNAP transportation
C. Discussion of mobile workforce unit
5. Presentation of Summer Earn and Learn program
6. Updates - Workforce Solutions Center
Workforce Solutions Child Care
Rapid Response Coordinator
Adult Education
7. Announcements - Next Board meeting on June 22
8. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Jasper County Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 137 N Main St
City Location: Jasper
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002825
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lori Barnett
Agenda:
Complete Agenda

1. CALL TO ORDER; WELCOME OF GUESTS; INVOCATION
2. PUBLIC FORUM: Public Comments (Time Limit 3 Minutes), No Action in Public Forum
3. REPORT: Meet and listen to what the Professional Appraisal Firms of Capitol Appraisal Group and Pritchard & Abbot have to offer for services in the Mineral and Industrial Fields.
4. ACTION: Consider for appointment ______________________-Buna Area ARB Member for the 2017-2018 year. Also discuss appointing an alternate member.
5. CLOSED SESSION: No Formal Action Can be Taken in Closed Session
a. Discuss Pending Litigation: Sabine R&NRR and Ronald & Ted Walker, Whitehead and any other Law Suit or Legal Matters Necessary
b. Personnel Matters
6. RETURN FROM CLOSED SESSION: Take Action (from Closed Session, if necessary)
7. NEXT REGULAR MEETING: May 3rd

** ADJOURN


Lori Barnett
Chief Appraiser


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Agency Name: Wood County Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 210 CLARK ST
City Location: Quitman
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002856
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: TRACY NICHOLS 903-763-4891
Agenda: CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL; INVOCATION; BUDGET WORKSHOP; ADJOURNMENT


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Agency Name: Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 2180 N. Main Street
City Location: Belton
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002828
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Carmen Lim @ (254) 770-2235 carmen.lim@ctcog.org
Agenda: AGENDA
Call to Order & Oath of Office
CONSENT AGENDA
X Minutes: March 30, 2017
X Expenditure Report, March 2017
ACTION ITEM
X Resolution Revision Resolution Grant Application #2969203 for State Homeland Security Programs (SHSP) Planning Funds (Resolution #03-17-ES1 Revision 1)
X Resolution for Victims Crime Funds (Resolution #04-17-ES1)
X Resolution for Violence Against Women Formula (Resolution #04-17-ES2)
X Resolution for Juvenile Justice Alternatives and Delinquency Funds
(Resolution #04-17-ES3)
X Resolution for Justice Assistance Grant Funds (Resolution #04-17-ES4)
X Proclamation for Air Quality Awareness Week (Proclamation # 04-17-PRS1)
X Proclamation declaring May as Bike Month (Resolution #04-17-PRS2)
X Resolution for CTAIR participation in Ozone Advance Program
(Resolution #04-17-PRS3)
X Resolution for Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Agency Plan (Resolution #04-17-HAP01)
X
REPORTS
X Area Agency on Aging Kerry Fillip, Director
X Advisory Committee Discussion
X Emergency Services Mark Collier, Director
X Mass Fatality Plan
X Planning & Regional Services Cheryl Maxwell, Director
X Housing Katie Anderson, Director
X Workforce Development Board Susan Kamas, Workforce Board Executive Director
X Workforce Centers Jerry Haisler, Workforce Center Director
X Executive Director¡¦s Report Jim Reed, AICP, Executive Director, CTCOG
X Executive Committee Board Member Vacancies
X JLUS-Implementation
X Legislative Update

ADJOURN


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Agency Name: Deep East Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 146 Express Drive
City Location: Center
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002910
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Cynthia Trowbridge, 210 Premier Drive, Jasper, TX 75951 409-381-5254
Agenda: 1. Call to Order
a. Call for Proxies
b. Determination of Quorum
2. Approval of Minutes
3. Committee Reports and Recommendations
a. Criminal Justice Advisory Committee Daryl Melton, Vice Chair
i. Prioritization of Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant applications
ii. Prioritization of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Grant applications
iii. Prioritization of Victims of Crime Act Formula Grant applications
iv. Prioritization of Violence Against Women Formula Grant applications
b. Housing Advisory Committee Daphne Session, Chair
i. Resolution Adopting Reasonable Rent Policy
c. Economic Development Committee Mark Allen, Chair
d. Building Committee Roy Boldon, Chair
e. Executive Committee Lynn Torres, Chair
f. Finance Committee Lynn Torres, Chair
4. Presidents Report
a. Ratification of Minority Representatives (Jasper, Polk, Angelina, San Jacinto Counties)
b. Update on other Board Members and vacancies
c. Recognition of outgoing Board Members
5. Executive Directors Report
a. Quarterly financial report and certification of investments
b. Discuss employee retirement program and consider options for membership in the Texas County and District Retirement System
c. Consider 457 deferred compensation plan for voluntary employee participation
d. Report on recent Veterans Stand Down sponsored by DETCOG Housing Program.
e. Report on visit to region by Secretary of State Rolando Pablos
f. Report on plans for celebration of DETCOGs 50th Anniversary
6. Presentation of annual outside audit report for fiscal year 2016 from Axley & Rode, LLP
7. Consider Resolution Supporting Expansion of Broadband Services and Data Center and authorizing feasibility study
8. Approve Proclamation observing May as Older Americans Month
9. Update on responses to Request for Qualifications for architect and selection process
10. Announcements from Members of the Board (for informational purposes only)
11. Review of Upcoming Meetings and Events
May 18, 2017 2017 Annual Senior Mayfest Lufkin Civic Center
May 25, 2017 DETCOG Annual Membership Meeting Angelina County
May 29, 2017 Memorial Day DETCOG Offices will be closed
12. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Heart of Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1514 South New Road
City Location: Waco
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002859
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mary McDow (254)292-1800 mary.mcdow@hot.cog.tx.us
Agenda:






Heart of Texas Council of Governments

Executive Committee Meeting




Thursday
April 27, 2017
10:00 AM







Heart of Texas Council of Governments
1514 South New Road
Waco, Texas















EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

THE STATE OF TEXAS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
COUNTY OF MCLENNAN

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in accordance with Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, as amended, the Executive Committee of the Heart of Texas Council of Governments will meet on Thursday, the 27th Day of April, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. at the Heart of Texas Council of Governments, 1514 South New Road, Waco, Texas, at which time the following subjects will be considered.

AGENDA

I. Call to Order and Determination of a Quorum

II. Proof of Posting of notice in accordance with Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, as amended, known as the Texas Open Meetings Act.

III. Introduction of Guests

IV. Consideration of and/or action on the following:

A. Approval of March 23, 2017 meeting minutes

B. New Business
1. Solid Waste Advisory Committee Appointments
2. Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) Approval of Chair position
3. Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) Rankings & Recommendations
for Funding for FY2018

C. Report of the Executive Director and Staff
1. Department of Administration
a. Financial and Personnel Reports
b. Investment Report

2. Health & Human Services
a. Department Activities Report




3. Regional Services
a. Department Activities Report

4. Executive Directors Report


V. Other Reports
a. CJAC Attendance Report 2017
b. LETAC Attendance Report 2017
b. FY 2017 Law Enforcement Training Attendees by Agency

VI. Public Comment

VII. Adjournment


Signed this the 20th Day of April, 2017.




Russell Devorsky
Executive Director




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Agency Name: North Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:45 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 616 Six Flags Drive
City Location: Arlington
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002812
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lucille Johnson@ ljohnson@nctcog.org; 817-695-9103
Agenda: North Central Texas Council of Governments
616 Six Flags Drive, Arlington, TX, 76011

EXECUTIVE BOARD AGENDA
April 27, 2017
12:45 P.M.

Executive Board

_____ Lissa Smith

_____ Tom Lombard

_____ Kevin Strength

_____ John Horn

_____ Bruce Archer

_____ J. D. Clark

____ Kelly Allen Gray

____ Clay Jenkins

____ Lee Kleinman

____ Dan McClendon

____ Bobbie Mitchell

____ Keith Self

_____ Ron Simmons

_____ Ray Smith

_____ Chris Watts

_____ Glen Whitley

_____ Kathryn Wilemon

_____ Bruce Wood


Staff

_____ Mike Eastland

_____ Monte Mercer

_____ Tim Barbee

_____ Doni Green

_____ Edith Marvin

_____Michael Morris

_____David Setzer

_____Molly McFadden

_____ Christy Williams

_____ Lucille Johnson

_____ Stephanie Cecil


REGULAR SESSION
Call to order time: __________
Pledge to the United States and Texas Flags

ACTION:

Motion/
Second
Item # Name of Item

____/____
1 Approval of Minutes



____/____
2 Resolution to Accept and Approve the Quarterly Investment Report (Monte Mercer)



____/____
3 Resolution Authorizing a Contract with Gabriel, Roeder, Smith & Company for Other Post Employment Benefits Actuarial Valuations (Monte Mercer)



____/____
4 Resolution Authorizing Contract Amendment and New Contracts for Temporary Staffing Services (Monte Mercer)



____/____
5 Resolution Approving Modifications to the FY2016 and FY2017 Unified Planning Work Program for Regional Transportation Planning (Michael Morris)




APPOINTMENTS:

____/____
6 Appointments to the Regional Aging Advisory Committee (RAAC) (Doni Green)




STATUS REPORTS:

____/____
7 Status Report on Public Education KnoWhat2Do Website Redesign and Development (Molly McFadden)



____/____
8 Status Report - Presentation of 2017 Current Population Estimates (Tim Barbee)



____/____
9 Status Report on Staff Appointment to the State's Vehicle Inspection Advisory Committee (Michael Morris)



____/____
10 Status Report on Texoma Area Paratransit System (Michael Morris)




MISCELLANEOUS:

____/____
11 Old and New Business



____/____
12 Attendance & Calendar





Adjournment: _____________________




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Agency Name: North East Texas Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Chief Elected Officials Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: Titus County Extension Office, 1708 Industrial Road
City Location: Mount Pleasant
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002841
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: April Corbit Board Relations Coordinator 911 North Bishop Building A100 Wake Village, TX 7501 (903) 794-9490 X512 april.corbit@netxworks.org
Agenda: Thursday, April 27, 2017
Titus County Extension Office
1708 Industrial Road
Mount Pleasant, Texas
10:30 a.m. or immediately following the regular meeting of the Ark-Tex Council of Governments

1. Call To Order

2. Determination of a Quorum

3. Declaration of Conflict of Interest

4. Consider approval of the Workforce Solutions Northeast Texas Chief Elected Officials Meeting Minutes of February 23, 2017*

5. Review and discussion of the financial statements for Workforce Solutions Northeast Texas as of March 31, 2017*

6. Review and discussion of the FY 2017 Quarterly Financial Evaluation for the First Quarter*

7. Discussion and action regarding the amendment made to the Workforce Solutions Northeast Texas Bylaws*

8. Review and discussion regarding the Fiscal Year 2017 contracted performance measures*

9. Report and update by the Executive Director and/or staff regarding administrative matters, including internal policies and procedures, customer service issues, status of project assignments, organizational matters, and responsibilities of the Boards departments
Vocational Rehab Consolidation
Summer Earn and Learn Program
WIOA Board Plan
Career and Community Resources Expos
60x30 NETX
Internship Challenge
Industry Tours
Careers in Texas Industry Week
Skills Development Fund
Commissioner Alvarez visit for Skills Development Fund grant check presentation

10. Consider discussion of future agenda items

11. Announcements

12. Adjourn



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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region 8
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 4845 US Hwy 271 N
City Location: Pittsburg
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002868
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. David Fitts, Executive Director, ESC8, 903-572-8551
Agenda: Call to Order; Roll Call; Establishment of a Quorum; ESC8 Vision, Mission, Beliefs and Goals; Consider the minutes of the regular meeting of the Region 8 ESC Board of Directors of Thursday, March 23, 2017; Administrative Reports; Public Forum; Consider the Financial Reports for March 2017; Consider the Budget Amendments for March 2017; Consider approval of TIPS Secure Our Staff Plan (SOSP) for the 2017-2018 school year; Consider the change of date and time of the May Board Meeting, to 9:30 a.m. Friday, May 26, 2017, due to having the Region 8 ESC Annual End-of-Year Picnic at Heritage Park in Mt. Pleasant at 11:30 a.m.; Consider approval of TIPS Vendor Contracts; Executive Session; Reconvene; Personnel Adjourn.


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Agency Name: Austin-Travis County MHMR Center
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 05:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 1430 Collier St.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002919
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kendra Green kendra,green@atcic.org
Agenda: I. CITIZENS COMMENTS (Presentations are limited to 3 minutes.)

II. CONSENT AGENDA Recommendation to Approve
a. March Board Meeting Minutes
b. January Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
c. Cash & Investment Report March, 2017 (Finance, Weden pgs. 9-11)
d. Request to Accept if Awarded from the Community Care Collaborative for the Integrated Behavioral Health Grant (Planning & Operations, Casey, pg. 5)

III. CHAIRS MESSAGE
a. Welcome
b. National Council
c. New Board Member
d. Other

IV. ACTION ITEMS
a. Discuss and Take Appropriate Action on Financial Statements and Amendments (if applicable) for the
Period Ending March 31, 2017 (Subject to Audit) (Finance, Weden, Thompson pgs. 12-21)
b. Recommendation to Approve Board Policy 11.04 Integral Care Brand Standards (Richards)
c. Recommendation to Approve Suspending the June Board of Trustees Meeting (Evans)

V. INFORMATION ITEMS
a. Authority Services Focus: Consumer Satisfaction and Concerns (Planning & Operations, Lynch, pgs. 6-13)
b. Update on Transformation 1115 Waiver (Finance, Weden, Macakiage pgs. 22-27)
c. Chief Operations Officer Report (Planning & Operations, Handley, pg. 6)
Clinical Service Delivery
Program Support

VI. CEO REPORT a. Strategic Updates
b. Upcoming Focus

VII. CITIZENS COMMENTS (Presentations are limited to 3 minutes.)
VIII. ADJOURNMENT


Integral Care is committed to compliance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communication will be provided upon request.
Please call the Executive Office at 440-4031 for information or write to: P.O. Box 3548, Austin, Texas 78764-3548.
May 2017 ATCIC Calendar
Date Time Event/Meeting/Location Contact Person
May 11 12:00 PM Planning Network Advisory Committee Meeting-
Large Training Room Louise Lynch
May 12 1:00 PM C.A.N. Board Meeting - City Hall David Evans
May 17 11:30 AM CTAAFSC Monthly Planning Meeting Ellen Richards
May 18 5:30 PM Planning and Operations Committee Meeting-
Board Room Louise Lynch
May 22 12:00 PM Finance Committee Meeting- Board Room David Weden
May 25 5:00 PM Board of Trustees Meeting- Board Room David Evans



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Agency Name: Workforce Solutions for South Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 05:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 5300 San Dario
City Location: Laredo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002914
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mrs. Myrna Herbst, Executive Assistant, 500 E. Mann Road Suite 5B, Laredo, Texas 956 722-3973
Agenda: WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS FOR SOUTH TEXAS
APRIL 27, 2017, 5:00 P.M.
TONY ROMAS RESTAURANT
5300 SAN DARIO
LAREDO, TEXAS


A G E N D A


17-001 Call Meeting to Order - Ms. Lupita R. Canales, Chairperson

17-002 Roll Call and establish Quorum - Mrs. Myrna V. Herbst, Executive Assistant

17-003 Reading of the March 23, 2017, Minutes - Chairperson

A. Discussion
B. Action

17-004 Public Comment

17-005 Success Story

17-006 Presentation on the CompTIA Workforce Solutions Initiative by Mr. Jason Mangold

A. Presentation

17-007 Review and Consideration of the Audit Committees recommendation on the Year to Date Financial Reports and Year To Date Performance Measures By: Mr. Hector Noyola, Chairman

A. Discussion
B. Action






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APRIL 27, 2017, 5:00 P.M.
TONY ROMAS RESTAURANT
5300 SAN DARIO
LAREDO, TEXAS
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17-008 Presentation on the Texas Veterans Leadership Program By: Mr. Gabriel Lopez, MPA Assistant Director

A. Presentation

17-009 Directors Report By: Mr. Rogelio Treviño, Executive Director

1. Update on TWC apprenticeship program
2. Update on Jim Hogg County Workforce Center at Jim Hogg County Library
3. Update on Teacher Externship Award
4. Update on Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) funds to support the statewide implementation of Summer Earn and Learn Pathways to Careers Initiative
5. Update on 2017 VITA Program
6. Labor Market Information

A. Discussion
B. Action

17-010 Consideration of the location for the Next Board Meeting

A. Discussion
B. Action










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APRIL 27, 2017, 5:00 P.M.
TONY ROMAS RESTAURANT
5300 SAN DARIO
LAREDO, TEXAS
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17-011 Adjournment


APPROVAL




LUPITA R. CANALES
CHAIRPERSON


Pursuant to Texas Penal Code sections 46.035 (c) and (i), the Workforce Solutions for South Texas forbids licensed handguns at its Board Meeting held in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act and provides the following written communications:

Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly carried handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly.

Pursuant to Section 30.06, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with a concealed handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property


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Agency Name: West Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: West Central Texas Area Agency on Aging Citizens Advisory Council
Status: Active
Street Location: 3702 Loop 322
City Location: Abilene
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002768
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Michelle Parker 325-672-8544
Agenda: 01 CALL TO ORDER


02 APPROVAL OF MINUTES (ACTION ITEM)


03 TEXAS SILVER-HAIRED LEGISLATURE UPDATE


04 HHSC UPDATES


05 AAA REPORT


06 OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS / COMMENTS


07 SCHEDULE NEXT MEETING


08 ADJOURN


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Agency Name: Panhandle Regional Planning Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 415 SW 8th Avenue
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002866
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Rebecca Rusk, (806) 372-3381; rrusk@theprpc.org
Agenda: N O T I C E O F M E E T I N G
The regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Panhandle Regional Planning Commission will be held on Thursday, April 27, 2017, at 1:30 p.m. in the PRPC Board Room, 415 South West Eighth Avenue, Amarillo, Potter County, Texas.
A G E N D A
1. CALL TO ORDER
Quorum Determination
Local Government Code Chapter 176
Conflict Disclosures (if appropriate)*
2. INVOCATION
3. MINUTES
Consideration of the approval of the minutes from the Board of Directors' meeting held on March 23, 2017.
4. VOUCHERS
Review and consideration of the acceptance of the vouchers for the month of March, 2017.
5. PRPC BOARD MEMBER RECOGNITION
Presentation to retiring Amarillo Mayor Paul Harpole in recognition of his service on the Panhandle Regional Planning Commission Board of Directors.
6. PRPC INVESTMENT FUNDS QUARTERLY REPORT
Report presented by Cindy Boone, CPA, Director of Finance on the Planning Commissions investment activities as of March 31, 2017 as required by the Public Funds Investment Act (Government Code Chapter 2256).
7. PANHANDLE REGIONAL 9-1-1 NETWORK QUARTERLY PERFORMANCE REPORT
Presentation and consideration of acceptance of the Panhandle Regional 9-1-1 Networks FY2017 Second Quarter Performance Report.

8. FOOD NET PROGRAM FUNDING AGREEMENT
Consideration of the authorization of the Executive Director to execute an agreement with the United Way of Amarillo and Canyon for funds to support the provision of meals to qualified nutritionally at risk elderly and disabled adults residing in Potter and Randall Counties.
9. FY2018 REGIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROJECT APPROVAL AND PRIORITIZATION
Consideration of the approval and prioritization of Justice Assistance (Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program) grant applications from the Panhandle region as submitted to the Criminal Justice Division of the Governors Office.
10. FY2018 REGIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION ACT PROJECT APPROVAL AND PRIORITIZATION
Consideration of the approval and prioritization of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act (JJDP) grant applications from the Panhandle region as submitted to the Criminal Justice Division of the Governors Office.
11. FY2018 REGIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM VICTIMS OF CRIME ACT PROJECT APPROVAL AND PRIORITIZATION
Consideration of the approval and prioritization of Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant applications from the Panhandle region as submitted to the Criminal Justice Division of the Governors Office
12. FY2018 REGIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT PROJECT APPROVAL AND PRIORITIZATION
Consideration of the approval and prioritization of Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) grant applications from the Panhandle region as submitted to the Criminal Justice Division of the Governors Office
13. WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FUEL PURCHASE ARRANGEMENTS
Consideration of the authorization of PRPC staff to implement arrangements with certain area fuel retailers to provide fuel for authorized workforce development program participants.
14. PROFESSIONAL RECRUITMENT SERVICES INTERLOCAL CONTRACT
Consideration of the authorization of the Executive Director to execute an interlocal contract with the Palo Duro River Authority for the Planning Commission to provide General Manager recruitment services.
15. LOCAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES INTERLOCAL CONTRACT
Consideration of the authorization of the Executive Director to execute an interlocal contract with the City of Bovina for the Planning Commission to provide park development project management services.

16. STRATEGIC PLANNING SERVICES INTERLOCAL CONTRACT
Consideration of the authorization of the Executive Director to execute an interlocal contract with Potter County for the Planning Commission to provide strategic planning services.
17. MISCELLANEOUS NON-ACTION INFORMATION ITEMS
A. Report on the following recent Planning Commission sponsored regional meetings:
Panhandle Micro-Loan Committee, March 24
Regional Criminal Justice Advisory Committee, March 30
Area Agency on Aging of the Panhandle the ABCs & D of Medicare, March 31
Agency on Aging of the Panhandle Caregiver Support Group, April 3
Economic Development Advisory Committee, April 6
Area Agency on Aging of the Panhandle Volunteer Ombudsman Training, April 18
Regional Criminal Justice Advisory Committee, April 18
Rolling Plains Organization for Rural Transportation, April 19
Area Agency on Aging of the Panhandle Advisory Council, April 24
Underwood Law Firm - Municipal Law Seminar, April 25
High Ground of Texas Spring Meeting, April 26-27
B. Announcement of tentatively scheduled Planning Commission sponsored regional meetings:
Agency on Aging of the Panhandle Caregiver Support Group, PRPC Board Room, May 1
Regional 9-1-1 Network Advisory Committee, PRPC Board Room, May 5
Texas Panhandle Inspectors Association, PRPC Board Room, May 17
Panhandle Workforce Development Board, PRPC Board Room, May 24
Panhandle Workforce Development Consortium Governing Body, PRPC 3rd Floor Small Conference Room, May 25
Panhandle Regional Planning Commission Board of Directors Meeting, PRPC Board Room, May 25
18. ADJOURNMENT

*LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE
TITLE 5. MATTERS AFFECTING PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
CHAPTER 176. DISCLOSURE OF CERTAIN RELATIONSHIPS WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENT
OFFICERS; PROVIDING PUBLIC ACCESS TO CERTAIN INFORMATION


Sec. 176.003. CONFLICTS DISCLOSURE STATEMENT REQUIRED. (a) A local government officer shall file a conflicts disclosure statement with respect to a vendor if:
(1) the vendor enters into a contract with the local governmental entity or the local governmental entity is considering entering in to a contract with the vendor; and
(2) the vendor:
(A) has an employment or other business relationship with the local government officer or a family member of the officer that results in the officer or family member receiving taxable income, that exceeds $2,500 during the 12-month period preceding the date that the officer become aware that:
(i) a contract between the local governmental entity and vendor has been executed; or
(ii) the local governmental entity is considering entering into a contract with the vendor;
(B) has given to the local government officer or a family member of the officer one or more gifts that have an aggregate value of more than $100 in the 12-month period preceding the date the officer becomes aware that:
(i) a contract between the local governmental entity and vendor has been executed; or
(ii) the local governmental entity is considering entering into a contract with the vendor; or
(C) has a family relationship with the local government officer.


PUBLIC NOTICE
This notice complies with Texas Government Code Chapter 551, Open Meetings Act, Section 551.041 (Notice of Meeting Requirements); Section 551.043 (Time and Accessibility of Notice Requirements); and Section 551.053 (Notice Requirements of a Political Subdivision Extending into Four or More Counties). The notice has been filed at least 72 hours before the scheduled time of the meeting with the Secretary of State's Office, the Potter County Clerk's Office and has been posted in the Administrative Office of the Panhandle Regional Planning Commission.
Posted this 21st day of April, 2017, at 415 West Eighth Avenue, Amarillo, Texas, at 3:33 p.m.

Rebecca Rusk


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Agency Name: San Jacinto River Authority
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 07:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1577 Dam Site Road
City Location: Conroe
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002754
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jace Houston, Ron Kelling, Cynthia Bowman -- 936-588-3111
Agenda: AGENDA

SAN JACINTO RIVER AUTHORITY
THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 2017 - 7:30 A.M.
GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
1577 DAM SITE ROAD, CONROE, TEXAS

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGES OF ALLEGIANCE

3. PUBLIC COMMENTS (5 minutes per speaker/10 minutes per topic)

4. DIVISION UPDATES - Receive updates from Operational Divisions and General & Administration Division related to ongoing projects, staff reports, or items on the consent agenda.

a. G & A: Jace Houston, General Manager
b. G & A: Ronda Trow, Public Relations Manager
c. G & A: Tom Michel, Director of Finance and Administration
d. Woodlands: Chris Meeks, Woodlands Division Manager
e. GRP: Mark Smith, GRP Division Manager
f. Raw Water: David Parkhill, Director of Raw Water Enterprise
g. Lake Conroe: Bret Raley, Lake Conroe Division Manager
h. Highlands: Kimberly Wright, Highlands Division Manager

5. CONSENT AGENDA - This agenda consists of ministerial or "housekeeping" items required by law, such as routine bids, contracts, purchases, resolutions, and orders; items previously approved by Board action, such as adoption of items that are part of an approved budget or capital improvement projects, interlocal agreements, or action which is required by law or delegated to the General Manager; and items of a non-controversial nature. These items will be considered by a single motion unless removed and placed on the Regular Agenda for individual consideration at the request of any Director.

G&A

a. Approval of Minutes - Regular Meeting of March 23, 2017.

b. Unaudited Financials for the Month of March, 2017

Consider approval of the unaudited financials for the month of March, 2017.

WOODLANDS

c. Construction Contract for Lift Station No. 7 Generator Replacement

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute a construction contract for Lift Station No. 7 Generator Replacement in The Woodlands.

d. Work Order No. 11 for Professional Surveying Services for Water Distribution System, Water Main Looping

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute Work Order No. 11 for Professional Surveying Services for Water Distribution System, Water Main Looping in The Woodlands.

GRP

e. New GRP Participants

Consider authorizing the General Manager, or his designee, to execute letter(s) of assurance to Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District for new participants in the GRP Program, as requested, and approve the GRP Contract(s) as presented and authorize the execution of same by the General Manager.

RAW WATER ENTERPRISE

f. Services and Equipment Related to the Highlands SCADA Communications System Upgrade

Consider authorizing the General Manager to enter into multiple contracts for services and equipment needed to upgrade the Highlands SCADA Communications System.

6. REGULAR AGENDA This agenda consists of items requiring individual consideration by the Board of Directors.

a. G&A

1. Resolution Adopting the San Jacinto River Authority 2017 Employee Handbook

Adoption of a resolution of the Board of Directors of the San Jacinto River Authority adopting the San Jacinto River Authority 2017 Employee Handbook.

b. RAW WATER ENTERPRISE

1. Construction Contract for South Canal Improvements in Highlands

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute a construction contract for South Canal Improvements in Highlands.

2. Work Order No. 2 for Construction Materials Testing During Construction of South Canal Improvements in Highlands

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute Work Order No. 2 for construction materials testing during construction of South Canal Improvements in Highlands.

3. Work Order No. 3 for Construction Phase Services for South Canal Improvements in Highlands

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute Work Order No. 3 for construction phase services for South Canal Improvements in Highlands.

7. BRIEFINGS AND PRESENTATIONS

a. Presentation regarding GRP Division 10-Year Project Plan.

b. Presentation regarding Fiscal Year 2018 Draft Budget and Amended GRP Rate Order.

8. EXECUTIVE SESSION (if applicable)
Closed Meeting-Executive Session regarding one or more of the topics below:
a. Consultation with attorney, pursuant to Texas Government Code 551.071
b. Deliberation regarding real property, pursuant to Texas Government Code 551.072
c. Deliberation regarding prospective gift, pursuant to Texas Government Code 551.073
d. Deliberation regarding personnel matters, pursuant to Texas Government Code 551.074
e. Deliberation regarding security devices, pursuant to Texas Government Code 551.076

9. RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION FOR ACTION FOLLOWING EXECUTIVE SESSION, IF NECESSARY

10. ANNOUNCEMENTS / FUTURE AGENDA

Next SJRA Board Meeting - May 25, 2017

11. ADJOURN

All items on the agenda are for discussion and/or action. The Board of Directors reserves the right to adjourn into executive session at any time during the course of this meeting to discuss any of the matters listed above, as authorized by Texas Government Code Sections 551.071 (Consultation with Attorney), 551.072 (Real Property), 551.073 (Prospective Gifts), 551.074 (Personnel Matters), and 551.076 (Security Devices).

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and would like to request auxiliary aids or services are requested to contact Cynthia Bowman at (936) 588-3111 at least three business days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: North Texas Municipal Water District
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 655 Martin Lane
City Location: Seagoville
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002826
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Shawnna Helmberger 972/442-5405
Agenda: Notice is hereby given pursuant to V.T.C.A., Government Code, Chapter 551, that the Board of Directors of North Texas Municipal Water District will hold a regular meeting, open to the public, on Thursday, April 27, 2017, at 4:00 p.m., at the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center located at 655 Martin Lane, Seagoville, Texas.

The Board of Directors is authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act to convene in closed or executive session for certain purposes. These purposes include receiving legal advice from its attorney (Section 551.071); discussing real property matters (Section 551.072); discussing gifts and donations (Section 551.073); discussing personnel matters (Section 551.074); or discussing security personnel or devices (Section 551.076). If the Board of Directors determines to go into executive session on any item on this agenda, the Presiding Officer will announce that an executive session will be held and will identify the item to be discussed and provision of the Open Meetings Act that authorizes the closed or executive session.

AGENDA

I. CALL TO ORDER

II. INVOCATION DIRECTOR RICHARD PEASLEY

III. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE TEXAS FLAG

V. ANNOUNCEMENT OF QUORUM

VI. PUBLIC COMMENTS

The Board of Directors allows individuals to speak to the Board. Prior to the meeting, speakers must complete and submit a Public Comment Registration Form. The time limit is five (5) minutes per speaker, not to exceed a total of thirty (30) minutes for all speakers. The Board may not discuss these items, but may respond with factual or policy information.


VII. OPENING REMARKS

A. Presentations of awards, recognitions, achievements, etc., of the District, Board members, and staff

B. Presidents Remarks concerning current events, conduct of meeting, posted agenda items, committee assignments, and related matters

C. Executive Directors Status Report concerning legislation and regulatory matters, budgets, current projects and ongoing programs of the District including the Regional Water System, Regional Wastewater System, Regional Solid Waste System, Watershed Protection, and Water Conservation

VIII. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS

The Consent Agenda allows the Board of Directors to approve all routine, noncontroversial items with a single motion, without the need for discussion by the entire Board. Any item may be removed from consent and considered individually upon request of a Board member or NTMWD staff member.

A. Consider Approval of Board of Directors Regular Meeting Minutes March 23, 2017
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-04-01)

B. Consider Approval of Board of Directors Planning Workshop Minutes March 25, 2017
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-04-02)

C. Consider Approval of Monthly Construction Report March 2017
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-04-03)

D. Consider Authorizing Ratification of Actions by Executive Director Authorizing Change Order No. 2 on Project No. 101-0363-14, High Service Pump Station 1-1 Mechanical Improvements
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-04-04)

E. Consider Authorizing Change Order No. 1 on Project No. 301-0346-13, Wilson Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Advanced Treatment and Headworks Improvements
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-04-05)

F. Consider Authorizing Change Order No. 1 on Project No. 101-0441-16, Wylie Water Treatment Plant III Filter System Replacements
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-04-06)

G. Consider Authorizing Change Order No. 8 on Project No. 401-0372-14, Lookout Drive Transfer Station Facility Expansion
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-04-07)

H. Consider Authorizing Change Order No. 12 on Project No. 101-0354-14, Wylie Water Treatment Plant Chemical Systems Improvements, Phase IB
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-04-08)

IX. AGENDA ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION

A. Consider Adoption of Resolution No. 17-17 Commending Director Bobby Robinson for 22 Years of Service as a Member of the NTMWD Board of Directors
(Please see Board Memorandum)

B. Consider Adoption of Resolution No. 17-16 Authorizing Filing of Application for Financial Assistant from the Texas Water Development Board for Costs for Lower Bois dArc Creek Reservoir and Treatment and Treated Water Distribution Improvements
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4857)

C. Consider Authorizing Additional Funding to Continue to Pursue Legal Remedies in Response to Petition Appealing Wholesale Water Rates Filed by the Cities of Garland, Mesquite, Plano, and Richardson before the Public Utility Commission of Texas
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4858)

D. Consider Authorizing Execution of Legal Services Agreement on Project No. 101-0387-15, Wylie Water Treatment Plant IV, 70 MGD Expansion to 210 MGD
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4859)

E. Consider Authorizing Execution of Inspection Services Agreement on Project No. 101-0387-15, Wylie Water Treatment Plant IV, 70 MGD Expansion to 210 MGD
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4860)

F. Consider Authorizing Ratification of Actions by Executive Director Authorizing Change Order No. 11 on Project No. 101-0302-12, Water Treatment Plant II Filter Underdrain Improvements and Conversion to Biologically Active Filters
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4861)

G. Consider Authorizing Additional Engineering Services on Project No. 101-0352-14, Wylie Water Treatment Plant Water System Operations Center
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4862)

H. Consider Authorizing Execution of Engineering Services Agreement on Project No. 101-0461-17, Wylie Water Treatment Plant Emergency Notification System
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4863)

I. Consider Authorizing Change Order No. 5 on Project No. 101-0354-14, Wylie Water Treatment Plant Chemical Systems Improvements, Phase 2
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4864)


J. Consider Authorizing Execution of Legal Services Agreement on Project No. 101-0383-15, Lower Bois dArc Creek Reservoir, FM 897 from US 82 to FM 1396
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4865)

K. Consider Authorizing Execution of Engineering Services Agreement on Project No. 101-0462-17, Renner Road to Plano Delivery Point No. 2 Pipeline
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4866)

L. Consider Authorizing Ratification of Actions by Executive Director Authorizing Additional Engineering Services on Project No. 101-0407-15, McKinney No. 1 to Princeton No. 1, 30-Inch and 24-Inch Pipeline
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4867)

M. Consider Authorizing Award of Construction Contract on Project No. 101-0385-15, North System Exchange Parkway Ground Storage
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4868)

N. Consider Authorizing Ratification of Actions by Executive Director Authorizing Additional Engineering Services on Project No. 101-0128-08, Lake Texoma Pump Station Modifications
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4869)

O. Consider Authorizing Execution of Legal Services Agreement on Project No. 101-0332-13, Rockwall to Royse City Pipeline No. 2 and East System Ground Storage Tank, Phase A, 12-Inch Rockwall to Royse City Pipeline Adjustments along State Highway 66
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4870)

P. Consider Authorizing Execution of Engineering Services Agreement on Project No. 301-0426-16, Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Conceptual Design
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4871)

Q. Consider Authorizing Ratification of Actions by Executive Director Authorizing Change Order No. 6 on Project No. 501-0220-10, McKinney-Prosper Interceptor and Indian Creek Trunk Sewer Improvements
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4872)

R. Consider Authorizing Change Order No. 8 on Project No. 309-0252-11, Stewart Creek West Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion to 10 MGD
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4873)

S. Consider Authorizing Award of Construction Contract on Project No. 301-0369-14, South Mesquite Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Filter and Ultraviolet Disinfection Improvements
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4874)

T. Consider Authorizing Execution of Engineering Services Agreement on Project No. 401-0459-17, 121 Regional Disposal Facility, Sector 5A, Liner and Leachate Collection System Construction
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4875)
U. Consider Authorizing Execution of Inspection Services Agreement on Project No. 401-0438-16, 121 Regional Disposal Facility Gravity Sewer, Leachate Pump Station and Force Main
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4876)

V. Consider Authorizing Execution of Engineering Services Agreement on Project No. 101-0424-16, Lower Bois dArc Creek Reservoir Raw Water Pipeline, Segment A
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4877)

W. Consider Authorizing Execution of Engineering Services Agreement on Project No. 101-0424-16, Lower Bois dArc Creek Reservoir Raw Water Pipeline, Segment B
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4878)

X. Consider Authorizing Execution of Engineering Services Agreement on Project No. 101-0424-16, Lower Bois dArc Creek Reservoir Raw Water Pipeline, Segment C
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4879)

Y. Consider Authorizing 2017 Regional Water System Cost of Service Projection
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4880)

X. DISCUSSION ITEMS

A. Discuss Status of Member City Contract Matters including:

1. Status of Confidentiality Agreement and Framework for Continued Member Cities Discussions Related to Possible Amendment to Water Supply Contract
2. Petition of the Cities of Garland, Mesquite, Plano and Richardson Appealing the Decision by North Texas Municipal Water District Affecting Wholesale Water Rates, Public Utility Commission of Texas, Docket No. 46662;
3. North Texas Municipal Water District v. Public Utility Commission of Texas, 419th Judicial District Travis County District Court, Cause No. D-1-GN-17-000877
4. Ex Parte, North Texas Municipal Water District, 98th Judicial District Travis County District Court, Cause No. D-1-GN-17-000861

B. Appointment of Nominating Committee for 2017-18 Board of Directors Officers

C. Opportunity for Board Members to Request Potential Future Agenda Items
(No substantive discussion of items will take place at this time)

XI. ADJOURNMENT

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend the NTMWD Board of Directors meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services are requested to contact John Montgomery in the NTMWD Administrative Offices at (972) 442-5405 as soon as possible. All reasonable efforts will be taken to make the appropriate arrangements.


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Agency Name: North Texas Municipal Water District
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Special Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 655 Martin Lane
City Location: Seagoville
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002827
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Shawnna Helmberger 972/442-5405
Agenda: Notice is hereby given pursuant to V.T.C.A., Government Code, Chapter 551, that the Board of Directors of North Texas Municipal Water District will hold a special meeting, open to the public, on Thursday, April 27, 2017, at 3:00 p.m., at the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center located at 655 Martin Lane, Seagoville, Texas.

AGENDA

I. CALL TO ORDER

II. ANNOUNCEMENT OF QUORUM

III. DISCUSSION ITEM

A. Informational Session on East Fork Water Reuse Project

IV. ADJOURNMENT

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend the NTMWD Board of Directors meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services are requested to contact John Montgomery in the NTMWD Administrative Offices at (972) 442-5405 as soon as possible. All reasonable efforts will be taken to make the appropriate arrangements.


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Agency Name: Concho Valley Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: All
Status: Active
Street Location: 202 Henry O Flipper
City Location: San Angelo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002733
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Leah M Ripple; 325-655-2005; email: lripple@cvworkforce.org
Agenda: 1. Board Meeting - Call to Order
2. Determination of Quorum
3. Comments from CEOs
4. Comments from Visitors (limit 5 minutes)
5. Recognitions
6. Presentations
7. Consider Approval of the February 23, 2017, Board Minutes
8. Consider Report From:
A. Executive Committee
-Discussion and Approval of Board By-Laws
-Discussion and Approval of Board Personnel Policy
-Annual Update of Board Member Forms for 2017
B. Economic Development and Education Committee
-Teacher Externship Update
-Dislocated Worker National Emergency Grant Update
-Discussion and Approval of Updated Targeted Occupations List
-Discussion and Approval of Skills Development Fund Proposal/Other Grants
C. Finance and Oversight Committee
-Discussion and Approval of the Child Care Policy of Serving Children with Disabilities under the Age of 19
-Discussion and Approval of the Child Care Policy of Assessing a Parents Share of Cost (PSOC).
-Discussion and Approval of the Child Care Policy for Making Progress Toward Successful Completion of a Training or Educational Program
-Review of Monthly Financial Documents
-Child Care Enrollment
9. Report from Arbor
10. Report from Texas Veterans One-Stop (if needed)
11. Howard College Update (if needed)
12. Executive Director
-Work Ready Community and VISTA Program Update
-Youth Programs Update
-VR Integration Update
-Child Care Conference
-After Hours Child Care Pilot Program
-Texas Workforce Forum

EXECUTIVE/CLOSED SESSION

If during the course of the meeting, any discussion of any item on the agenda should be held in executive or closed session, the Board shall convene in such executive session or closed session in accordance with the Texas Open Meeting Act, Texas Government Code Section 551.071 to 551.075. All final votes, actions, or decisions shall be taken in open session.

OPEN SESSION (CONTINUED)

13. Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Matters Discussed in Executive/Closed Session, if Needed
14. Consider Discussion of Future Agenda Items
15. Selection of Subsequent Meeting Date (June 29, 2017)
16. Announcements
-Youth Fair on April 29th at Howard College
-TAWB/EDC Meeting on May 7-8, 2017, in Austin, Texas
-Summer Bootcamp at Howard College
-Employment Program at Howard College
-Tour of Workforce Center Available Upon Request
17. Adjournment of Regular Meeting




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Agency Name: Ark-Tex Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1708 Industrial Road
City Location: Mt. Pleasant
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002688
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Amber Thurston, Executive Assistant, 903/832-8636; athurston@atcog.org
Agenda: AGENDA
ARK-TEX COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
APRIL 27, 2017

The Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the Ark-Tex Council of Governments (ATCOG) will meet at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, April 27, 2017, at the Titus County Extension Office, 1708 Industrial Road, Mt. Pleasant, Texas.

Item 1. Call to order.

Item 2. Invocation.

Item 3. Self-introductions.

Item 4. Approve the minutes as submitted of the Ark-Tex Council of Governments Executive Committee Meeting held Thursday, February 23, 2017, in Mt. Pleasant, Texas.

Review and Comment

Item 5. Review and comment on an application to the Department of Health & Human Services, Office of Head Start by Sulphur Springs Independent School District for a grant in the amount of $1,290,911, to be matched with $322,725 in-kind, for continuation/refunding of Head Start. (See page 6 - to be presented by staff member Vickie Williamson)

Regular Business

Item 6. Review and consider approval of revisions to the ATCOG Policies and Procedures Manual as revised by the Board of Directors March 27, 2014. (See attachment 1 page 9) (To be presented by staff member Sharon Pipes)

Item 7. Review and consider approval of revisions to the ATCOG Ethics Policy Manual dated December 16, 2010, with revisions. (See attachment 2 page 13) (To be presented by staff member Sharon Pipes)

Item 8. Review applications and approve priorities/recommendations established by the Regional Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (RCJAC) concerning projects being submitted to the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division, for funding consideration through Violence Against Women Justice & Training Program, General Victims Assistance Direct Services Program, Juvenile Justice Grant Program and Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program. (See attachment 3 page 21) (To be presented by staff member Patricia Haley)

Item 9. Review and consider approval to proceed in the creation of a non-profit corporation to administer various regional development projects, secure funding for those projects and make application to Texas Community Capital to being a Community Lending Center of Northeast Texas. (See attachment 4 page 29)

Item 10. Review and consider approval of support of designation of May 2017 as Older Americans Month. (See attachment 5 page 32) (To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown)

Other Business

Item 11. Ratification of Services Agreement between Frontier Associates LLC and ATCOG. (See attachment 6 page 33)

Item 12. Executive Director Report (For information only; see attachment 7 page 41) (To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown)

Financial Report
Area Agency on Aging RAC Meeting Minutes
Housing SEMAP Assessment Rating
TRAX Passengers Compliments
Update on Austin & Washington Legislative Visits


Announcements

The next Executive Committee Meeting will be held Thursday, May 25th, 2017, at 10:00 a.m., at the Titus County Extension Office, Mt. Pleasant, Texas.




































Pursuant to the Texas Open Meeting Act, Government Code Chapter 551 one or more of the above items may be considered in executive session closed to the public, including but not limited to consultation with attorney pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071 and Section 551.074 arising out of the attorney's ethical duty to advise ATCOG concerning legal issues arising from an agenda item. Any decision held on such matter will be taken or conducted in open session following the conclusion of the executive session.

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services are requested to contact Administration at 903-832-8636 two (2) work days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


All agendas are sent electronically and available at www.atcog.org. Should any Board Member need a copy printed and available at the meeting, please call 903/255.3555 or email athurston@atcog.org.


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Agency Name: Ark-Tex Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: North East Texas Rural Planning Organization
Status: Active
Street Location: 1708 Industrial Road
City Location: Mt. Pleasant
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002806
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Amber Thurston, Executive Assistant, 903/832-8636; athurston@atcog.org
Agenda: AGENDA
NORTH EAST TEXAS
RURAL PLANNING ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE MEETING
APRIL 27, 2017

The North East Texas Rural Planning Organization (RPO) Committee of the Ark-Tex Council of Governments (ATCOG) will meet at 9:00 a.m., Thursday, April 27, 2017, at the Titus County Extension Office, 1708 Industrial Road, Mt. Pleasant, Texas.

Item 1. Call to order.

Item 2. Invocation.

Item 3. Approve the minutes as submitted of the North East Texas Rural Planning Organization Committee Meeting held Thursday, April 28, 2016, in Mt. Pleasant, Texas and inclusion of the Northeast Texas Rural Transportation Summit agenda on November 9, 2016.

Regular Business

Item 4. Election of Chair Pro Tem. (To be presented by ATCOG Board President, L.D. Williamson, Judge, Red River County)

Item 5. Information on Overweight Permit Fees collected by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV). (To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown; handout to be provided at meeting)

Item 6. TxDOT Project Tracker. (To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown; handout to be provided at meeting)

Item 7. Discussion of possible second Northeast Texas Rural Transportation Summit. (To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown)

Item 8. Discussion of process for Officer Election at the next scheduled meeting.

Item 9. Discussion of other transportation items, as needed.



Announcements

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the North East Texas Rural Planning Organization Committee will be held at 9:00 a.m., Thursday, October 26, 2017, at the Titus County Extension Office in Mt. Pleasant, Texas.



Pursuant to the Texas Open Meeting Act, Government Code Chapter 551 one or more of the above items may be considered in executive session closed to the public, including but not limited to consultation with attorney pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071 and Section 551.074 arising out of the attorney's ethical duty to advise ATCOG concerning legal issues arising from an agenda item. Any decision held on such matter will be taken or conducted in open session following the conclusion of the executive session.

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services are requested to contact Administration at 903-832-8636 two (2) work days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

All agendas are sent electronically and available at www.atcog.org. Should any Board Member need a copy printed and available at the meeting, please call 903/255.3555 or email athurston@atcog.org.


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Agency Name: Comal Independent School District
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 1404 IH 35 North
City Location: New Braunfels
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002921
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Comal ISD
Agenda: Notice of Regular Meeting
The Board of Trustees
Comal ISD
A Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of Comal ISD will be held April 27, 2017,
beginning at 6:00 PM in the 1404 IH-35 North, New Braunfels, TX 78130.
The subjects to be discussed or considered or upon which any formal action may be taken are
listed below. Items do not have to be taken in the same order as shown on this meeting notice.
Unless removed from the consent agenda, items identified within the consent agenda will be
acted on at one time.
1. Call Meeting to Order
2. Board Recognition
3. Public Comment/Audience Participation
4. Superintendent Reports and Board Information
A. Legislative Update: Christy Rome
Presenter: Christy Rome/David Andersen
B. Teaching and Learning
1. Collaborative Team Cycle: Clear Spring Elementary
Presenter: Kerry Gain
2. Student Success Initiative Update
Presenter: Kerry Gain
3. Proclamation 2017
Presenter: Kerry Gain
4. Digital Transformation
Presenter: Andrew Kim
C. Systems and Structures
1. Budget Update: Staffing and Compensation
Presenter: David Andersen/Mandy Epley
2. 2017-2018 Proposed Compensation Plan
Presenter: David Andersen/Mandy Epley
3. Active/Planned Procurement
Presenter: Catherine Janda
4. Comal ISD Network
Presenter: Steve Stanford/Bo Wich/Byron Crutcher
5. Consent Agenda
A. Board Meeting Minutes
B. Financial Statement and Expenditures
C. Monthly Tax Report
D. Donation from Hoffmann Lane ES PTSA
E. TEKS Certification
F. Approved Capital Projects: Closeout Payments
G. Food Service Management Company Contract Renewal
H. RFQ 17-05 DIR Wireless Network Controller
I. RFCSP 17-09 District Wide WAN
J. RFQ 17-09 DIR Network Equipment
K. RFCSP 17-12: BBES HVAC and Gym
L. Canyon Middle School Bleacher Purchase
M. Change Order to RFCSP 16-20 Contract
N. Highlight District Agreement
O. Canyon High School ABC Partnership
6. Action Items
A. TASB Update 107 Board Policies
Presenter: Armando Maese
B. 2017-2018 Request for Staffing
Presenter: Mandy Epley
7. Closed Session Pursuant to Sections 551.071 thru 551.074 of the Texas Government
Code
A. Pursuant to 551.071 and 551.074, consider and discuss personnel employments,
appointments, assignment, or promotion of personnel; and resignations and
retirements;
B. Pursuant to 551.072, discuss the purchase, exchange, sale, lease or value of real
property
C. Pursuant to 551.071, 551.074, and 551.082, Hear and Consider the dismissal of
the Grievance of Mr. Ammons on the basis of an untimely filing and consult with
attorney on legal issues related to the matter
8. Action Items
A. Consider and Take Action on Contractual Personnel as Recommended by the
Superintendent: Employment, Appointment, Assignment, or Promotion of
Personnel, including administrators such as an Elementary or a Secondary
Principal(s); and Resignations and Retirements
B. Consider and Take Action on the dismissal of the Grievance of Mr. Ammons on
the basis of an untimely filing and consult with attorney on legal issues related to
the matter.
9. Announcements
Presenter: Stephen Smith
If, during the course of the meeting, discussion of any item on the agenda should be held in a closed meeting, the
board will conduct a closed meeting in accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Government Code, Chapter
551, Subchapters D and E or Texas Government Code section 418.183(f). Before any closed meeting is convened,
the presiding officer will publicly identify the section or sections of the Act authorizing the closed meeting. All final
votes, actions, or decisions will be taken in open meeting. [See BEC(LEGAL)]
The notice for this meeting was posted in compliance with the Texas Open Meeting Act on:
Monday, April 24, 2017, on or before 5:00pm
Andrew B. Kim, Superintendent
For the Board of Trustees


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Agency Name: Combined Community Action, Inc.
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive
Status: Active
Street Location: 165 W. Austin St.
City Location: Giddings
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002653
Submit Date: 04/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Elizabeth Guerrero 979-540-2980
Agenda: CALL TO ORDER Randy Reichardt, Chair

INVOCATION Pastor Poré

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE


ROLL CALL CERTIFICATION OF QUORUM Elizabeth Guerrero
Board Secretary


PUBLIC COMMENT

The Board will solicit Public Comment at the beginning of the meeting. Individuals may speak to an agenda item or concerns regarding the programs of Combined Community Action, Inc.


ACTION ITEMS

Item 1 Presentation, Discussion and Possible Approval of the Minutes of the Board Meeting of January 26, 2017 Randy Reichardt

Item 2 Presentation, Discussion and Possible Approval of the 2nd Quarter 2017 Community Services Block Grant Allocation Kelly Franke

Item 3 Presentation, Discussion and Possible Approval of the 2016 Community Services Block Grant Contract Amendment/Extension Kelly Franke

Item 4 Presentation, Discussion and Possible Approval of the 2016 Low Income Home Energy Assistance, Weatherization Contract Amendment/Extension Kelly Franke

Item 5 Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Approval of the 2016 Comprehensive Energy Assistance Contract Amendment/Extension Kelly Franke

Item 6 Presentation, Discussion and Possible Approval of the Weatherization and HOME TBRA Monitoring Report, the Children & Pregnant Womens Monitoring and the Emergency Solutions Grant Monitoring Kelly Franke

Item 7 Presentation, Discussion & Possible Approval to submit applications for funding to United Way of Hays County $10,000, Bastrop County $15,000, City of Elgin - $4,000 and City of Bastrop $8,000 Kelly Franke

Item 8 Presentation, Discussion & Possible Approval of the Finance Committee Report Darlene Myers/Finance Committee

Item 9 Presentation, Discussion & Possible Approval of the Program Reports Kelly Franke

Item 10 Executive Session

EXECUTIVE SESSION: The Board may go into Executive Session (close the meeting to the public) for the purposes of:

a. Discussing personnel matters;
b. Seeking the advice of an attorney; or
c. Deliberating the possible purchase, sale, exchange, or lease of real estate.


INFORMATIONAL ITEMS


Item 1 Audit Scheduled the week of June 19th Darlene Myers

Item 2 Update on Wal-Mart and LCRA Foundation Grants Kelly Franke

Item 3 Report on Client Surveys for Senior Nutrition Program, CSBG, Utility Assistance and Weatherization Kelly Franke


ANNOUNCEMENTS The next meeting is tentatively scheduled for July 27, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.

ADJOURNMENT


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Agency Name: Big Bend Community Action Committee
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Big Bend Community Action Committee, Inc.
Status: Active
Street Location: 1412 W. Berlin St.
City Location: Marfa
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002823
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Adan Estrada
Agenda: BIG BEND COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE, INC.
OFFICIAL MEETING GOVERNING BOARD OF DIRECTORS
1:30 P.M. Thursday, April 27, 2017
1412 West Berlin St. - Marfa, Texas

REMINDERS:
- Board Members unable to attend the meeting please call Gloria Garcia at 432-729-4908 by 12:00 P.M. on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, so that we may contact the alternate.
- Individuals with special needs may contact our office 48 hours before the meeting to request special accommodations.
Tentative Agenda
1. Call to Order, Establishment of Quorum
2. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States
3. Introductions
4. *Approval of Agenda
5. *New Board Member Andrea Goss
6. *Review, Accept Minutes of February 23, 2017 & Emergency Meeting March 2, 2017.
7. *Finance Committee Report
8. *2017 CSBG Contract Amendment 1, 2016 CEAP and 2016 LIHEAP WAP Contract Extensions, 2017 Neighbor to Neighbor Contract
9. *Expenditure/Performance Reports: CSBG, CEAP, LIHEAP, DOE, Medical Transportation, Public Transportation, Project Care, Area Agency on Aging, Neighbor to Neighbor, AEP, ONCOR
10. Discussion: Compensation Analysis & Wage Study
11. *Organizational Standards Review Results & Approvals
12. TACAA Annual Conference Discussion
13. BBCAC Agency Updates
14. Next BBCAC Board Meeting: 1:30 P.M., June 22, 2017, 1412 West Berlin St., Marfa, TX.
15. *Adjourn

*Indicates Motion Required
The Big Bend Community Action Committee, Inc. Governing Board reserves the right to go into Executive Session
on any of these items if discussion of said item falls under the exemptions listed in the Texas Government Code
Section 551. The Board may discuss and/or take action on any item listed on the agenda.

CERTIFICATE
I, ADAN ESTRADA, DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE NOTICE OF MEETING WAS POSTED AT BIG BEND COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE, INC. AT A PLACE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC ON FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 2017 AT 9:30 A.M.

15 ITEMS ADAN ESTRADA, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR


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Agency Name: Community Action Corporation of South Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board
Status: Active
Street Location: 206 E. First St.
City Location: Alice
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002904
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dee Ann Vasquez
Agenda: COMMUNITY ACTION CORPORATION OF SOUTH TEXAS
204 E. FIRST STREET/P.O. DRAWER 1820
ALICE, TEXAS 78332

REVISED
A G E N D A
April 27, 2017
Governing Board Meeting
Mullen Building Conference Room
206 E. First St.
Alice, Texas
6:00 P.M.

I. Call to Order.
II. Correction/Approval of Minutes.

III. Board Composition/Organization.
A. Board Roster
B. Board Memberships

IV. Investment Committee Report.
A. Minutes

V. Financial Committee Report.
A. Minutes
B. Financial & Credit Card Reports
C. Health Center Accounts Receivables Report

VI. Recommendation for RFP for Agency Depository.

VII. Review/Approve Recommendation for Utility (Electricity) Provider for CACOST.

VIII. Staff Reports.
A. Travel
B. HR Report
C. Program Performance Reports
D. Monitoring Reports and Program Information
E. Policy Council Report
F. QA/QI Report

IX. Review/Approve Revised Community Health Center Employee Tuberculosis Test and Immunization Policy and Procedure.

X. Amending Fee Schedule to add new CPT Codes for the Community Health Center.

XI. Community Health Center Re-Credentialing & Privileging of Providers.

XII. Item(s) for Development.

XIII. Finalization of:
A. An application to the Office of Adolescent Health for the continuation of the South Texas Teen Leadership and Development (STTLD) Program; and
B. An application to the Texas Health and Human Services Commission for the continuation of the Primary Health Care Program.

XIV. Status of Previous Board Action(s).

XV. Executive Session The Board may go into Executive Session (close its meeting to the public) for the purpose of:
A. Discussing personnel matters;
B. Seeking the advice of an attorney; or
C. Deliberating the possible purchase, sale, exchange, or lease of real estate.
XVI. Open Session Except as specifically authorized by applicable law, the Board may not take any actions in Executive Session.

XVII. Adjourn.


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Agency Name: Community Action Corporation of South Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 206 E. First St.
City Location: Alice
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002771
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dee Ann Vasquez
Agenda: COMMUNITY ACTION CORPORATION OF SOUTH TEXAS
204 E. FIRST STREET/P.O. DRAWER 1820
ALICE, TEXAS 78332

A G E N D A
April 27, 2017
Governing Board Meeting
Mullen Building Conference Room
206 E. First St.
Alice, Texas
6:00 P.M.
I. Call to Order.
II. Correction/Approval of Minutes.

III. Board Composition/Organization.
A. Board Roster
B. Board Memberships

IV. Investment Committee Report.
A. Minutes

V. Financial Committee Report.
A. Minutes
B. Financial & Credit Card Reports
C. Health Center Accounts Receivables Report

VI. Recommendation for RFP for Agency Depository.
VII. Staff Reports.
A. Travel
B. HR Report
C. Program Performance Reports
D. Monitoring Reports and Program Information
E. Policy Council Report
F. QA/QI Report

VIII. Review/Approve Revised Community Health Center Employee Tuberculosis Test and Immunization Policy and Procedure.

IX. Amending Fee Schedule to add new CPT Codes for the Community Health Center.

X. Community Health Center Re-Credentialing & Privileging of Providers.

XI. Item(s) for Development.

XII. Finalization of:
A. An application to the Office of Adolescent Health for the continuation of the South Texas Teen Leadership and Development (STTLD) Program; and
B. An application to the Texas Health and Human Services Commission for the continuation of the Primary Health Care Program.

XIII. Status of Previous Board Action(s).

XIV. Executive Session The Board may go into Executive Session (close its meeting to the public) for the purpose of:
A. Discussing personnel matters;
B. Seeking the advice of an attorney; or
C. Deliberating the possible purchase, sale, exchange, or lease of real estate.
XV. Open Session Except as specifically authorized by applicable law, the Board may not take any actions in Executive Session.

XVI. Adjourn.


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Agency Name: Workforce Solutions for the Heart of Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Chief Elected Officials Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 1416 S. New Road, RM 129
City Location: Waco
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002779
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: judy.hedge@hotworkforce.com
Agenda: THE STATE OF TEXAS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
COUNTY OF MCLENNAN

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in accordance with Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, as amended, the Heart of Texas Workforce Chief Elected Officials will meet on Thursday, the 27th Day of April 2017 at 8:30 AM at the McLennan County Workforce Solutions Center, RM #129, located at 1416 S. New Road in Waco, Texas at which time the following subjects will be considered:

AGENDA
(Items may not be presented in the order they appear)

I. Determination of Quorum and Call to Order

II. Proof of Posting of notice in accordance with Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, as amended, known as the Texas Open Meetings Act

III. Introduction of Guests and Comments from the Lead CEO

IV. Public Comment

V. Action Items Consideration and/or Action on the following:
a. January 2017 Meeting Minutes

VI. Information Items
a. Executive Director and Staff Report
Board Quarterly Activities Report
10th Annual YES! Expo Update
b. Board of Directors Appointment/Reappointment Update
c. TWC Contracts/Contract Amendments
d. Performance Reports
e. Financial Status Report
f. Attendance Report

VII. Other Items
a. Announcements

VIII. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Groundwater Management Area 12
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: General Managers of GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT AREA 12
Status: Active
Street Location: 310 East Ave. C (Highway 79)
City Location: Milano
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002178
Submit Date: 03/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Gary Westbrook, General Manager, POSGCD 310 East Avenue C, Milano, Texas 76556 Phone: 512-455-9900
Agenda: 1. Call meeting to order
2. Welcome and introductions
3. Rules, and Management Plans of GCDs in GMA 12
4. Applications for Permits and types of permits of GCDs in GMA 12
5. Requirements for reporting permitted production of GCDs in GMA 12
6. Exemptions from permits of GCDs in GMA 12
7. Public Comment
8. Agenda items and Date for next meeting
9. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Groundwater Management Area 12
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT AREA 12
Status: Active
Street Location: 310 East Ave. C (Highway 79)
City Location: Milano
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002175
Submit Date: 03/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Gary Westbrook, General Manager, POSGCD 310 East Avenue C, Milano, Texas 76556 Phone: 512-455-9900
Agenda: 1. Invocation
2. Call meeting to order and establish quorum
3. Welcome and introductions
4. Minutes of December 1, 2016 GMA 12 Meeting
5. Receive comments on requirements of Chapter 36.108(d) in adopting Desired Future Conditions
6. Review and Discuss Previous Presentations and Comments received on requirements of Chapter 36.108(d) in adopting Desired Future Conditions
7. Update from Groundwater Conservation Districts of GMA 12 on joint planning and compliance with Chapter 36.108, State Water Code
8. Formally declare non-relevant aquifers
9. Resolution adopting Desired Future Conditions for relevant aquifers of GMA 12
10. Explanatory Report for GMA 12
11. Authorization to make any necessary non-substantive revisions, submit transmittal letter, DFC Resolution, Explanatory Report, GAM memo, and any other necessary documentation to the Texas Water Development Board
12. Report from Intera, Inc. on update to Central Queen City-Sparta GAM
13. Public Comment
14. Agenda items and Date for next meeting
15. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Duval County Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 225 East Railroad Ave.
City Location: Benavides
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002857
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Luis Pena
Agenda: NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
DUVAL COUNTY GROUNDWATER CONSERVATON DISTRICT


Notice is hereby given that a meeting, General and Special, and a public hearing, of the governing body of the above-named political subdivision will be held on Thursday the 27th, day of April 2017, beginning at 6:00 P.M., in the conference room of the Duval County Groundwater Conservation District office located at 225 Railroad Avenue, Benavides, Texas, in accordance with the duly posted notice of said meeting. For additional information call (361) 256-3589.


1. Call the meeting to order, declare meeting open to the public and roll call.

2. Reading and approval of the minutes of the March 29th, 2017 general/special meeting.

3. Review, discuss, and act on 2017 March financial statement from Mr. Ernest Garza (CPA).

4. Review, discuss, and pay all bills due.

5. Discussion and possible action on legislative reports and legislative matters prepared by Ms.
Mary Sahs.

6. District General Managers monthly report.
A. Credit card expenses April 2017
B. Wells registered
C. Correspondence
D. Meetings attended (Falfurrias, presentation on subsidence by Steve Young Interra)


7. Review, discuss, and act on operating permit for David Garza.

8. Review, discuss, and act on bids for clearing lots next door.

9. Public forum, questions, comments from any guests in attendance.

10. Setting next meeting of the Board of Directors.

11. Adjournment.


Executive Session. The Duval County Groundwater Conservation reserves the right to adjourn into executive session at any time during the course of this meeting to discuss any of matter, as authorized by Texas Government Code Sections 551.071 (Consultations with Attorney), 551.072 (Deliberations about Real Property), 551.073 (Deliberations Regarding Gifts and Donations), 551.074 (Personnel Matters), 551.076(Deliberations about Security Devices) and 551.087 (Economic Development Negotiations).


DATED THIS THE 21st, DAY OF April, 2017.


_______________________________
Luis Pena, General Manager
Duval County Groundwater Conservation District





The above agenda schedule represents an estimate of the order for the indicated items and is subject to change at any time. These public meetings are available to all persons regardless of disability. If you require special assistance to attend the meeting, please call (361) 256-3589 at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting to coordinate any special physical access arrangements.

At any time during the meeting and in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernons Texas Codes, Annotated, the DUVAL COUNTY Groundwater Conservation District Board may meet in executive session on any of the above agenda items or other lawful items for consultation concerning attorney-client matters (§ 551.071); deliberation regarding real property (§ 551.072); deliberation regarding prospective gift (§ 551.073); personnel matters (§ 551.074); and deliberation regarding security devices (§ 551.076). Any subject discussed in executive session may be subject to action during an open meeting.


I, the undersigned authority, hereby certify that the above Notice of Meeting of the governing body of the political subdivision is a correct copy of the Notice filed and that I posted the Notice on the bulletin board for public notices in the Duval County Courthouse located in San Diego, Duval County, Texas on this the 21st, day of April 2017, at ________ a.m. / p.m.


Elodia M. Garza
Duval County Clerk

BY:
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Agency Name: Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County
Date of Meeting: 04/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board
Status: Active
Street Location: 1900 Main Street
City Location: Houston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002870
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Reca Perry | 713-739-4879 | reca.perry@ridemetro.org
Agenda: 1. Approval of the minutes from the regular board meeting of March 23, 2017
Board Member

2. Public Comments C. Patman

3. METRO President & CEO Monthly Report T. Lambert

4. METRO Chair Report C. Patman

5. Working Committee Meeting Reports C. Patman

a. Finance and Audit C. Siegel

b. Administration L. Castañeda

c. Capital and Strategic Planning C. Spieler

d. Public Safety, Customer Service, and Operations J. Robinson


6. Update on Regional Transit Plan / Public Engagement Process
C. Harbert / T. McWashington

CONSENT AGENDA

7. Request Board approval of the monthly committee reports, including investment reports
C. Siegel

8. Request Board authorization for the President & CEO to execute a contract modification with Canon Business Solutions
L. Castañeda

9. Request Board authorization for the President & CEO to execute and deliver a contract with MBN Enterprises, LLC for the construction of bus stop accessibility improvements
C. Spieler

10. Request Board authorization for the President & CEO to negotiate a contract with Sylvania Lighting Services to design, install, and maintain new lighting systems
C. Spieler

11. Request Board authorization for the President & CEO to negotiate and execute an interlocal agreement or an amended interlocal agreement with the U.S. General Services Administration to pay for the construction of sanitary and storm sewer connections and a driveway within the City of Houston right-of-way at the Federal Courthouse
C. Spieler

12. Request Board authorization for the President & CEO to execute and deliver all appropriate documents to effectuate the sale of the parcel of land located southwest of North Main and Naylor, known as 407-417 N. Main Street to the University of Houston
C. Spieler

13. Request Board authorization for the President & CEO to execute and deliver a contract with Cummins Southern Plains, LLC for the purchase and delivery of catalyst exhaust modules
J. Robinson

14. Request Board approval of June 2017 service changes
J. Robinson

15. Request Board authorization for the President & CEO to execute a one year interlocal agreement with the Greater East End Management District for the replanting of five METRO Green Light Rail Line landscaped medians and to provide for the maintenance of all METRO Green Light Rail Line landscaped areas within the boundaries of the District
J. Robinson

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Pursuant to the Texas Government Code §551.071, §551.072, §551.074, and §551.076 the Board of Directors will consult with METROs attorneys regarding pending or potential litigation, legal matters in which the attorneys duties are governed by the State Bar of Texas Code of Conduct; deliberations pursuant to the Texas Open Meetings Act, to deliberate the purchase, lease, exchange or value of real property, personnel matters, security matters and devices, legal issues regarding contract negotiations that may result in potential litigation.


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Agency Name: Public Utility Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Cancelled
Street Location: 1701 N. Congress Ave.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002788
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Nancy Hernandez (512)936-7169
Agenda: PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF TEXAS
OPEN MEETING AGENDA
FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 2017, 9:30 A.M.
Commissioners' Hearing Room
7th Floor, William B. Travis Building

Project No. 46665 - Open Meeting Agenda items without an associated control number.

ELECTRIC

1. Docket No. 46238 - Joint Report and Application of Oncor Electric Delivery Company, LLC and Nextera Energy, Inc. for Regulatory Approvals Pursuant to PURA §§ 14.101, 39.262 and 39.915. (Discussion and possible action) Lisa Carter

2. Project No. 42750 - Matters Pertaining to or Arising Out of the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy of Energy Future Holdings. (Discussion and possible action) Brian Lloyd

3. Adjournment for closed session to consider one or more of the following items:
a. Under Tex. Gov't Code § 551.071(1), contemplated litigation, settlement offers, and pending litigation that includes but is not limited to the following matters:

Texas District Courts
CenturyTel of San Marcos et al. v. Public Utility Commission of Texas, et al., No. D-1-GN-13-001927

City of Austin, Texas v. Public Utility Commission of Texas and State Office of Administrative Hearings and North Austin Municipal Utility District No. 1, Northtown Municipal Utility District, Travis County Water Control and Improvement District No. 10 and Wells Branch Municipal Utility District, D-1-GN-15-000513, (200th District Court, Travis County Texas)

City of Austin, Texas v. Public Utility Commission of Texas and State Office of Administrative Hearings and North Austin Municipal Utility District No. 1, Northtown Municipal Utility District, Travis County Water Control and Improvement District No. 10 and Wells Branch Municipal Utility District, D-1-GN-16-001344, (201st District Court, Travis County Texas)
City of San Antonio Acting by and through City Public Service Board a/k/a CPS Energy v. Public Utility Commission, No. D-1-GV-13-000988, Travis County District Court (Appeal of Docket No. 40487

CTMGT Frisco 113, LLC vs. Oncor Electric Delivery Company, LLC, Rock Hill Enterprises, Ltd., Public Utility Commission of Texas, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., Case No. 199-01359-2014 (199th District Court Collin County Texas)

Electric Reliability Council of Texas v. Hwy 3 MHP LLC, Cause No. D-1-GN-09-003607, Travis County District Court

Harris County Hospital District v. Public Utility Commission, Cause No. D-1-GN-15-005808, 250th District Court, Travis County

Panda Power Generation Infrastructure Fund, LLC, d/b/a Panda Power Funds, et al v. Electric Reliability Council of Texas, No. CV-16-0401 (15th District Court, Grayson County, Texas)

Power Resource Group, Inc. v. Public Utility Commission, No. GN5-02139, Travis County District Court. (Appeal of Docket No. 30172)

Public Utilities Board of the City of Brownsville v. PUC, Travis County District Court, D-1-GV-08-001459. (Appeal of Docket No. 34410)

Town of Woodloch v. PUC, Cause No. D-1-GN-16-002228, Travis County District Court (Appeal of Docket No. 42862)

Texas Appeals Courts
City of San Antonio Acting by and Through City Public Service Board A/K/A CPS Energy v. Public Utility Commission, No. 17-0208 in the Supreme Court of Texas

Entergy Texas, Inc. v. Public Utility Commission, No. 16-0385 in the Supreme Court of Texas (Appeal of Docket No. 39896)

TCEQ Cases
John Soules Foods, Inc. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-14-001749, Travis County District Court.

Marilee Special Utility District v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-001358, Travis County District Court.

Marilee Special Utility District v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-14-000130, Travis County District Court.

Marilee Special Utility District v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-14-002461, Travis County District Court

Maxwell Water Supply Corp. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-003767, Travis County District Court.

Maxwell Water Supply Corp. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-003768, Travis County District Court.

Maxwell Water Supply Corp. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-003771, Travis County District Court.

Monarch Utilities/, L.P. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-000885, Travis County District Court.

Monarch Utilities/, LP. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-001382, Travis County District Court.

Monarch Utilities/, LP. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-004187, Travis County District Court.

Monarch Utilities/, L.P. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-14-000249, Travis County District Court.

SJWTX v. Covar, Cause No. D-1-13-003915, Travis County District Court.

Town of Providence Village v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-11-002972, Travis County District Court.

Town of Providence Village v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-11-003846, Travis County District Court.

Navarro County Wholesale Ratepayers v. Vickery, Cause No. D-1-GN-12-000226, No. 03-13-00814-CV, in the Third Court of Appeals.

Federal Courts
Aspire Commodities, et al. v. GDF SUEZ Energy North America, et al. No. 15-20125 (United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit)

CPV Maryland, LLC v. PPL EnergyPlus, LLC, Case No. 14-623, (United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit)

Crystal Clear Special Utility District v. Nelson, et al. No. 1:17-CV-00254, United States District Court, Austin Division

EME Homer City Generation v. Environmental Protection Agency, United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, No. 11-1302 (and consolidated cases) (Transport Rate)

Energy Future Holdings Corp., et al., No. 14-10979 (Bankr. D. Del.)

Entergy Texas, Inc. v. Nelson, et al., No. 1:16-CV-277-RP, United States District Court, Austin Division

Exelon Wind 1, LLC, formerly known as JD Wind 1, LLC, et al. v. Nelson, et al., No. 12-51228, in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (Docket No. 34442)

Exelon Wind 1, LLC, et al. v. Nelson, et al., No 1:12-CV-00902-SS, United States District Court, Austin Division

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission v. Electric Power Supply Association, et al., Case No. 14-840 and EnerNoc, Inc. et al., v. Electric Power Supply Association, et al., Case No. 14-841 (United States Supreme Court)

Glacial Energy of Texas, Case No. 14-10845-CSS, United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware

Hughes v. PPL EnergyPlus, LLC, Case No. 14-614, (United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit)

Occidental Permian Ltd. v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Cause No. 10-1381, DC Circuit Court of Appeals.

Optim Energy, LLC, Case No. 14-10262, United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware

State of Texas, et al, v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Case No. 16-60118 (United States Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit)

State of West Virginia, et al, v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Case No. 15-1363 (United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit)

White Stallion Energy Center, LLC v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Case No. 12-1100

White Stallion Energy Center, LLC v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Case No. 12-1272

EPA
EPA-HQ-OAR-2009-0491 Revisions to Federal Implementation Plans to Reduce Interstate Transport of Fine Particulate Matter and Ozone

FERC

ENTERGY
FERC Docket No. ER07-683, Entergy Services, Inc. (System Agreement)

FERC Docket No. ER09-636, Entergy Services, Inc.

FERC Docket No. EL09-61, Louisiana Public Service Commission v. Entergy Services, Inc. (Off-system sales)

FERC Docket No. ER10-2748, Entergy Services, Inc.

FERC Docket No. ER11-1923, Entergy Services, Inc.

FERC Docket No. ER12-1384; ER12-1385; ER12-1386; ER12-1387; ER12-1388; ER12-1390, Entergy Services, Inc. (Powered System Agreement to Include Cancellation Costs of Little Gypsy Gas Plant)

FERC Docket No. ER13-432, Entergy Services, Inc. (Proceeding to Amend Entergy System Agreement Regarding Exiting of Entergy Arkansas and Move to MISO)

FERC Docket No. ER14-73, Entergy Services, Inc. (System Agreement Amendments - load responsibility)

FERC Docket No. ER14-80, Entergy Services, Inc. (System Agreement Amendments - termination date)

FERC Docket No. ER 14-128, Entergy Texas (Notice to exit system agreement)

FERC Docket No. ER 14-1094, Entergy Texas, Inc. (Entergy System Agreement compliant with ER13-432)

FERC Docket No. ER14-1267, Entergy Texas, Inc. (Entergy System Agreement compliant with ER13-432-amended filing)

FERC Docket No. ER14-1644, Entergy Texas, Inc. (Amend MSS-3 to include above-cost PPA)

FERC Docket No. ER 14-1645, Entergy Texas, Inc., Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc. (Schedule 47 recovery of MISO transition costs)

FERC Docket No. ER15-1437, Entergy Services, Inc. (Union Power)

FERC Docket No. AC15-70, Entergy Services, Inc. (Union Power)

FERC Docket No. EC15-98, Entergy Services, Inc. (Union Power)

FERC Docket No. ER15-2633, Entergy Services, Inc. (ESI/EMI service agreement)

FERC Docket No. ER17-81, Entergy Services, Inc. Proposal Regarding Proceeds of a DOE Breach of Contract Award

FERC Docket No. ER17-89, Entergy Services, Inc. Proposal Regarding its Attachment O Transmission Formula Rate

ENTERGY BANDWIDTH
FERC Docket No. EL01-88, Louisiana Public Service Commission v. Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER07-956, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER08-1056, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER09-833, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER09-1224, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER10-1350, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER11-3658, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER12-1920, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. EL10-65, Louisiana v. Entergy (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER13-1595, Entergy Services, Inc. (2012 bandwidth payment)

FERC Docket No. EL14-43, East Texas Cooperative, Sam Rayburn Electric Cooperative, and Tex-La Electric Cooperative v. Entergy (Bandwidth payments)

FERC Docket No. EL14-69, Entergy Texas, Inc. v. East Texas Cooperative, Sam Rayburn Electric Cooperative, and Tex-La Electric Cooperative (Bandwidth payments)

FERC Docket No. ER14-2085, Entergy Services, Inc. (2013 bandwidth payment)

FERC Docket No. ER 15-1826, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

MISO
FERC Docket No. EL11-34, Petition for Declaratory Order and Request for Shortened Notice Period and for Expedited Treatment of the Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, Inc.

FERC Docket No. EL12-35, Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, et al.

FERC Docket No. ER12-2682, Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, Inc.

FERC Docket No. EL13-41, Occidental Chemical Corp v. MISO

FERC Docket No. EL15-66, Entergy Export Customers v. MISO

FERC Docket No. ER13-665 Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, Inc.'s Section 205 Filing to Revise the Open Access Transmission Energy and Operating Reserve Markets Tariff Provision on Long-Term Transmission Rights to Address Integration of Second Planning Area

FERC Docket No. EL14-21, Southwest Power Pool, Inc. v. Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc. (complaint regarding use of SPP's system without compensation as required by JOA)

FERC Docket No.EL16-46, LS Power Development, LLC and Cross Texas Transmission, LLC

FERC Docket No. ER14-1174, Southwest Power Pool, Inc. (unexecuted service agreement between SPP and MISO)

FERC Docket No. ER14-1713, Midcontinent Independent System Operator (OATT amendment)

FERC Docket No. ER14-1736, Midcontinent Independent System Operator (OATT amendment)

FERC Docket No. ER14-1940, Midcontinent Independent System Operator (e-tariff update, Schedule 29)

FERC Docket No. ER14-2022, Midcontinent Independent System Operator (Request for waiver to suspend long-term transmission requests)

FERC Docket No. ER14-2445, Midcontinent Independent System Operator (hurdle rate)

FERC Docket No. ER16-56, Midcontinent Independent System Operator (hurdle rate)

FERC Docket No. EL16-112, Coalition of MISO Transmission Customers v. MISO (complaint)

FERC Docket No. ER17-284, MISO's Proposal Regarding a Competitive Retail Capacity Market

FERC Docket No. ER17-387, MISO's Proposal to Amend FF-6 of its tariff

FERC Docket No. ER17-1332, Proposed Revisions to the MISO/SPP JOA

OTHER
FERC Docket No. EL12-80, Exelon Wind 1, LLC et al., Petition for Enforcement and Declaratory Order Pursuant to Section 210(h) of the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978

FERC Docket No. EL13-61, Exelon Corporation, Exelon Wind 1, LLC, Exelon Wind 2, LLC, Exelon Wind 3, LLC, Exelon Wind 4, LLC, Exelon Wind 5, LLC, Exelon Wind 6, LLC, Exelon Wind 7, LLC, Exelon Wind 8, LLC, Exelon Wind 9, LLC, Exelon Wind 10, LLC, Exelon Wind 11, LLC, High Plains Wind Power, LLC

FERC Docket No. EL14-81, Golden Spread Electric Cooperative, Inc. and Sharyland Utilities, L.P.

FERC Docket No. ER14-2850, Southwest Power Pool, Inc.

FERC Docket No. ER14-2851, Southwest Power Pool, Inc.

FERC Docket No. ER16-1772, Public Service Company of Colorado, Southwest Public Service Company

FERC Docket No. TX 16-1, Public Service Company of Oklahoma
b. Under Tex. Gov't Code § 551.071(2), consultation with its attorneys.
c. Under Tex. Gov't Code § 551.074, personnel matters, including the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of the Executive Director, the Deputy Executive Director, the Division Directors or any other public officer or employee of the Commission.
d. Under Tex. Gov't Code § 551.076, security matter, including deployment and implementation of security personnel or devices or security audits; including matters under Project No. 24729.

Reconvene for discussion and decisions on matters considered in closed session.

Persons planning to attend this meeting who have disabilities requiring auxiliary aids or services should notify the Commission as far in advance as possible so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Requests can be made by mail, telephone or in person to the Commission's Office of Customer Protection, 1701 N. Congress Ave., Austin, Texas 78701, phone number (512) 936-7150 or (512) 936-7136 for the teletypewriter for the deaf.

I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.

Adriana Gonzales
Rules Coordinator
(512) 936-7223
(512) 936-7208 (fax)



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Agency Name: Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 225
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002726
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Molly Roman, 512-936-4405
Agenda: Board Meeting
April 28, 2017, 8:30 a.m.

William P. Hobby, Jr. Building
333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 225
Austin, Texas 78701

AGENDA

The Board may discuss and take action regarding any of the following agenda items.

A. Call to order, roll call, certification of quorum, order of business
B. Approval of minutes from the February 24, 2017 Board Meeting
C. Public comment (limited to five minutes per person; more time may be allotted as needed at the discretion of the Board Chair)
D. Chairmans Report: Sunset review planning
E. Executive Directors Report: Fiscal and budgetary matters; use of staff resources; 85th Texas Legislative session; update on TBPGs appropriations process; review of filed bills potentially affecting TBPG
F. Reports on recent Committee meetings and activities
1. Application Review and Continuing Education Committee meeting (4/27/17)
Development of consumer information/publications to be available on the website and general distribution in other settings
2. Compliance and Enforcement Committee meeting (4/27/17)
Items are all covered under staff reports and agenda items
3. General Issues Committee meeting (4/27/17)
Report on activities related to the review of statute and rules allowing geoscientists to use power equipment for extraction of soil and geologic samples and placement of piezometers
4. Financial Review and Strategic Planning Committee meeting (has not met)
G. Staff Reports:
1. Licensing Report, including licensing data, examination statistics, and efforts to enter into reciprocity agreements with other jurisdictions
2. Financial Report, including revenues, expenditures, travel updates
3. Enforcement Report, including current enforcement numbers, Complaint Review Team (CRT) meeting highlights, recent outreach opportunities, staff dismissal of complaints, cases awaiting a hearing at SOAH
H. Applications for P.G. license received from the following individuals:
a. Daniel Smith: Applicant for P.G. license requesting a waiver of the ASBOG® Fundamentals of Geology and ASBOG® Practice of Geology examinations
I. Complaints recommended for dismissal by TBPGs Complaint Review Teams
J. Proposed Agreed Board Orders:
1. Complaint Case No. 2016009
K. Proposed Default Final Orders:
1. Complaint Case No. 2015033, SOAH Docket #481.17.1577
2. Complaint Case No. 2015035, SOAH Docket #481.17.1593
3. Complaint Case No. 2015046, SOAH Docket #481.17.1592
4. Complaint Case No. 2015008, SOAH Docket #481.17.1973
5. Complaint Case No. 2016011, SOAH Docket #481.17.1972
L. Application Review And Continuing Education Committees recommendation to the full Board regarding proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.20 Professional Geoscientist Licensing Requirements and Application Procedures, for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
M. Application Review And Continuing Education Committees recommendation to the full Board regarding proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.21, Licensing Requirements-Examinations, for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
N. Application Review And Continuing Education Committees recommendation to the full Board regarding proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.23, Qualifying Experience Record, and recommendation to the full Board for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
O. Application Review And Continuing Education Committees recommendation to the full Board regarding proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.25, Education, for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
P. General Issues Committees recommendation to the full Board regarding proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.80, Fees, for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
Q. Compliance and Enforcement Committees recommendation to the full Board regarding proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.157, Complaints and Disciplinary Actions; repeal of current 22 TAC §851.158, Actions Against Non-License Holders and proposal of new 22 TAC §851.158, Procedures; proposal of new 22 TAC §851.159, Sanctions; and proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.203, Defaults; proposal of new 22 TAC §851.220, Judicial Review Procedures, and recommendation to the full Appointed Board for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
R. Application Review and Continuing Education Committees recommendation that the Appointed Board add certain changes to section 1002.254 Examinations to TBPGs set of potential changes to the Texas Geoscience Practice Act for inclusion in future reports to the legislature
S. Date and agenda items for next meeting
Review of public comments and potential adoption of amendments to 22 TAC §851.10, Definition of Authorized Official of a Firm; amendments to 22 TAC §851.20, Professional Geoscientists Licensing Requirements and Application Procedure; amendments to 22 TAC §851.21, Licensing Requirements-Examinations; amendments to 22 TAC §851.25, Education; amendments to 22 TAC §851.30, Firm Registration; amendments to 22 TAC §851.80, Fees; amendments to 22 TAC §851.157, Complaints and Disciplinary Actions; repeal of current 22 TAC §851.158, Actions Against Non-License Holders and proposal of new 22 TAC §851.158, Procedures; proposal of new 22 TAC §851.159, Sanctions; and proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.203, Defaults; proposal of new 22 TAC §851.220, Judicial Review Procedures
Other items, as identified in the meeting
T. Adjournment

The Board may meet in closed session on any agenda item listed above as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Gov. Code Chapter 551. If you require auxiliary aids, services or material in an alternate format contact the Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists, at least five (5) working days prior to the meeting date. Listed below are the helpful numbers should assistance be required.
Phone: (512) 936-4400, Fax: (512) 936-4409, E-mail: chorton@tbpg.state.tx.us 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).


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Agency Name: Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 225
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002574
Submit Date: 04/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Molly Roman, 512-936-4405
Agenda: Board Meeting
April 28, 2017, 8:30 a.m.

William P. Hobby, Jr. Building
333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 225
Austin, Texas 78701

AGENDA

The Board may discuss and take action regarding any of the following agenda items.

A. Call to order, roll call, certification of quorum, order of business
B. Approval of minutes from the February 24, 2017 Board Meeting
C. Public comment (limited to five minutes per person; more time may be allotted as needed at the discretion of the Board Chair)
D. Chairmans Report: Sunset review planning
E. Executive Directors Report: Fiscal and budgetary matters; use of staff resources; 85th Texas Legislative session; update on TBPGs appropriations process; review of filed bills potentially affecting TBPG
F. Reports on recent Committee meetings and activities
1. Application Review and Continuing Education Committee meeting (4/27/17)
Development of consumer information/publications to be available on the website and general distribution in other settings
2. Compliance and Enforcement Committee meeting (4/27/17)
Items are all covered under staff reports and agenda items
3. General Issues Committee meeting (4/27/17)
Report on activities related to the review of statute and rules allowing geoscientists to use power equipment for extraction of soil and geologic samples and placement of piezometers
4. Financial Review and Strategic Planning Committee meeting (has not met)
G. Staff Reports:
1. Licensing Report, including licensing data, examination statistics, and efforts to enter into reciprocity agreements with other jurisdictions
2. Financial Report, including revenues, expenditures, travel updates
3. Enforcement Report, including current enforcement numbers, Complaint Review Team (CRT) meeting highlights, recent outreach opportunities, staff dismissal of complaints, cases awaiting a hearing at SOAH
H. Applications for P.G. license received from the following individuals:
a. Daniel Smith: Applicant for P.G. license requesting a waiver of the ASBOG® Fundamentals of Geology and ASBOG® Practice of Geology examinations
I. Complaints recommended for dismissal by TBPGs Complaint Review Teams
J. Proposed Agreed Board Orders:
1. Complaint Case No. 2016009
K. Proposed Default Final Orders:
1. Complaint Case No. 2015033, SOAH Docket #481.17.1577
2. Complaint Case No. 2015035, SOAH Docket #481.17.1593
3. Complaint Case No. 2015046, SOAH Docket #481.17.1592
L. Application Review And Continuing Education Committees recommendation to the full Board regarding proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.20 Professional Geoscientist Licensing Requirements and Application Procedures, for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
M. Application Review And Continuing Education Committees recommendation to the full Board regarding proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.21, Licensing Requirements-Examinations, for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
N. Application Review And Continuing Education Committees recommendation to the full Board regarding proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.23, Qualifying Experience Record, and recommendation to the full Board for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
O. Application Review And Continuing Education Committees recommendation to the full Board regarding proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.25, Education, for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
P. General Issues Committees recommendation to the full Board regarding proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.80, Fees, for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
Q. Compliance and Enforcement Committees recommendation to the full Board regarding proposal of amendment to 22 TAC §851.157, Complaints and Disciplinary Actions, for posting to the Texas Register for public comment
R. Application Review and Continuing Education Committees recommendation that the Appointed Board add certain changes to section 1002.254 Examinations to TBPGs set of potential changes to the Texas Geoscience Practice Act for inclusion in future reports to the legislature
S. Date and agenda items for next meeting
Review of public comments and potential adoption of amendments to 22 TAC §851.10, Definition of Authorized Official of a Firm; 22 TAC §851.20, Professional Geoscientists Licensing Requirements and Application Procedure; 22 TAC §851.21, Licensing Requirements-Examinations; 22 TAC §851.25, Education; 22 TAC §851.30, Firm Registration; 22 TAC §851.80, Fees; 22 TAC §851.157, Complaints and Disciplinary Actions
Other items, as identified in the meeting
T. Adjournment

The Board may meet in closed session on any agenda item listed above as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Gov. Code Chapter 551. If you require auxiliary aids, services or material in an alternate format contact the Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists, at least five (5) working days prior to the meeting date. Listed below are the helpful numbers should assistance be required.
Phone: (512) 936-4400, Fax: (512) 936-4409, E-mail: chorton@tbpg.state.tx.us 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).




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Agency Name: The University of Texas System
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Jesse H. Jones Communication Center, Building A, Lady Bird Johnson Room (CMA 5.136), 2504A Whitis Avenue
City Location: Austin, TX 78712
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002916
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Frank Serpas III, Hearst Student Media Building (HSM), Room 3.200, 2500 Whitis Avenue, Austin, TX 78712, Telephone: (512) 471-7052, Fax: (512) 232-5793, Email: serpas@austin.utexas.edu
Agenda: I. 12:00 p.m.: Convene in Open Session for the meeting of the Executive Committee of the Texas Student Media Board of Operating Trustees

A. Discussion and possible action regarding the performance assessment of the Director of Student Media

1. Recess to Executive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, Section 551.074, Personnel Matters Relating to Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Assignment, Duties, Discipline, or Dismissal of Officers or Employees

2. Reconvene in Open Session


B. Discussion and possible action regarding the selection of the recipients of the Julia Jeffress Excellence Award, the Liz Carpenter Award for Excellence, and the M. Dolores Ebert Award

1. Recess to Executive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, Section 551.074, Personnel Matters Relating to Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Assignment, Duties, Discipline, or Dismissal of Officers or Employees

2. Reconvene in Open Session

II. 1:00 p.m. Convene in Open Session for the meeting of the Texas Student Media Board of Operating Trustees
A. Executive Committee Report
B. Approval of minutes from the March 24, 2017 meeting of the Texas Student Media Board of Operating Trustees
C. Discussion and possible action regarding the appointment of student members of the Texas Student Media Board of Operating Trustees
1. Recess to Executive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, Section 551.074, Personnel Matters Relating to Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Assignment, Duties, Discipline, or Dismissal of Officers or Employees
2. Reconvene in Open Session
D. Discussion and possible action regarding the appointment of The Daily Texan Managing Editor (summer), The Daily Texan Managing Editor (fall), Texas Travesty Editor-In-Chief, Cactus Yearbook Editor-In-Chief, KVRX Station Manager, and Texas Student TV Station Manager
1. Recess to Executive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, Section 551.074, Personnel Matters Relating to Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Assignment, Duties, Discipline, or Dismissal of Officers or Employees
2. Reconvene in Open Session
E. Activity reports from TSM Director and Student Managers
F. Discussion and possible action on the 2017-2018 schedule for the Board of Operating Trustees meetings
III. Adjournment



Meeting Accessibility: Meetings of the University of Texas at Austin Texas Student Media Board of Operating Trustees are open to the public except for any posted executive session held in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons interested in attending Board meetings and desiring communication or other special accommodations should contact the University Of Texas Board Of Regents Office at least two working days prior to the meeting. The Board Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding holidays, and contact information follows: phone (512) 499-4402; fax (512) 499-4425; email bor@utsystem.edu; 201 West Seventh Street, Suite 820, Austin, Texas 78701-2981, or RELAY Texas (TTY: 7-1-1).

Kristy Orr
Assistant General Counsel to the Board of Regents
The University of Texas System
512/499-4402

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Agency Name: Texas A&M University System Board of Regents
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Board of Regents Meeting Room, Board of Regents Annex, Gene Stallings Boulevard, Texas A&M University
City Location: College Station
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002871
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Vickie Spillers, P.O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013, 979-845-9600, 979-845-0835 (fax), vickie@tamus.edu
Agenda: NOTICE OF OPEN MEETING FOR SUBMISSION
TO SECRETARY OF STATE/TEXAS REGISTER DIVISION

Agency Name: Texas A&M University System Board of Regents

Board: The Texas A&M University System

Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017

Time of Meeting: 8:30 a.m.

Street Location: Board of Regents Meeting Room, Board of Regents Annex, Gene Stallings Boulevard, Texas A&M University

City Location: College Station

Additional Information Obtained From: Vickie Spillers, P.O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013, 979-845-9600, 979-845-0835 (fax), vickie@tamus.edu

The Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System will convene in a Special Workshop Board meeting according to the following agenda:

Friday, April 28, 2017 at 8:30 a.m. until approximately 11:30 a.m., Board of Regents Meeting Room, Board of Regents Annex, Gene Stallings Boulevard, Texas A&M University

CONVENE SPECIAL BOARD WORKSHOP MEETING

This is a special workshop meeting of the Board of Regents at which no Board action will be taken. There will be discussion of, and System briefings on, (a) System investment management issues, (b) change in function and focus of Texas A&M Institute for Public Health Improvement, (c) financial procedures and projections for extracurricular programs at Texas A&M University, and (d) graduation/retention rates and campus life issues at Prairie View A&M University.

ADJOURN MEETING

Meetings of the Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System are open to the public except for any posted executive session held in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons interested in committee and/or Board meetings and desiring special accommodations should contact the Board Office at least two working days prior to the meeting. The Board Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding holidays. Contact information follows: phone (979) 845-9600; fax (979) 845-0835; email bor@tamus.edu; P. O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013.



CERTIFICATION: I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.




____________________________
Ray Bonilla, General Counsel
The Texas A&M University System
979/458-6120

__________________ (Date)


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Agency Name: Texas A&M University System Board of Regents
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Board of Regents Meeting Room, Board of Regents Annex, Gene Stallings Boulevard, Texas A&M University
City Location: College Station
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002869
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Vickie Spillers, P.O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013, 979-845-9600, 979-845-0835 (fax), vickie@tamus.edu
Agenda: NOTICE OF OPEN MEETING FOR SUBMISSION
TO SECRETARY OF STATE/TEXAS REGISTER DIVISION

Agency Name: Texas A&M University System Board of Regents

Board: The Texas A&M University System

Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017

Time of Meeting: 8:30 a.m.

Street Location: Board of Regents Meeting Room, Board of Regents Annex, Gene Stallings Boulevard, Texas A&M University

City Location: College Station

Additional Information Obtained From: Vickie Spillers, P.O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013, 979-845-9600, 979-845-0835 (fax), vickie@tamus.edu

The Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System will convene in a Special Workshop Board meeting according to the following agenda:

Friday, April 28, 2017 at 8:30 a.m. until approximately 11:30 a.m., Board of Regents Meeting Room, Board of Regents Annex, Gene Stallings Boulevard, Texas A&M University

CONVENE SPECIAL BOARD WORKSHOP MEETING

This is a special workshop meeting of the Board of Regents at which no Board action will be taken. There will be discussion of, and System briefings on, (a) System nvestment management issues, (b) change in function and focus of Texas A&M Institute for Public Health Improvement, (c) financial procedures and projections for extracurricular programs at Texas A&M University, and (d) graduation/retention rates and campus life issues at Prairie View A&M University.

ADJOURN MEETING

Meetings of the Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System are open to the public except for any posted executive session held in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons interested in committee and/or Board meetings and desiring special accommodations should contact the Board Office at least two working days prior to the meeting. The Board Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding holidays. Contact information follows: phone (979) 845-9600; fax (979) 845-0835; email bor@tamus.edu; P. O. Box 15812, College Station, Texas 77841-5013.


CERTIFICATION: I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.




____________________________
Ray Bonilla, General Counsel
The Texas A&M University System
979/458-6120

__________________ (Date)


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Agency Name: Department of State Health Services
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Injury Prevention Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: John Peter Smith Hospital, 1500 South Main Street
City Location: Fort Worth
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002363
Submit Date: 04/06/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Colin Crocker, State Trauma Director, Office of EMS/Trauma Systems Coordination, Division of Regulatory Services, Texas Department of State Health Services, 1100 West 49th Street, P. O. Box 149347, Austin, Texas 78714-9347, telephone (512) 834-6700, extension 2706. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, Department of State Health Services, telephone (512) 776-2780, at least 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Agenda:
Call to Order/Roll Call

Approval of Minutes from February 2017 meeting

Discussion and possible action on the following items:

1. Identification of high priority areas for the Injury Prevention Committees focus based on incidence of preventable diseases

2. Review the revised objectives from the Strategic Plan for the Texas Emergency Healthcare System and develop the Injury Prevention Committee action items and strategies for implementation

3. Establishment of a subcommittee to pilot test a submersion report form

4. Development and implementation of an injury prevention orientation for trauma managers

5. Evidence-Based Distracted Driving Prevention Fact sheet

6. Evidence-Based Childhood Drowning Prevention Fact Sheet

7. Development of a user guide for Hospital-Based Injury Prevention Components document

8. Evaluation of Hospital-Based Injury Prevention Components document

General Public Comment
(Comment time may be limited at Chairs Discretion)

Announcements

Review and list agenda items for next meeting

Next meeting date

Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 701 West 51st St. (Department of Aging and Disability Services, Winters Building, Public Hearing Room)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002209
Submit Date: 03/29/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Maribel O. Castoreno, DUR/PDL Oversight Specialist, Health and Human Services Commission, Medicaid and CHIP Services Department at 512-707-6112, Maribel.Castoreno@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:

Drug Utilization Review Board

April 28, 2017
9 a.m.

Meeting Site:
Department of Aging and Disability Services
Winters Building
Public Hearing Room
701 West 51st St.
Austin, TX 78751


1. Call to order

2. Approval of minutes from January 27, 2017 (Vote required)

3. Old business: Report on Health and Human Services Commission decisions on acceptance of the Drug Utilization Review (DUR) Board recommendations from the January 27, 2017, meeting

4. New business:

Public comment on drug classes to be reviewed for the Medicaid Preferred Drug List (PDL):
a. Anti-allergens, oral
b. Antibiotics, inhaled
c. Anticoagulants
d. Antidepressants, other
e. Antidepressants, SSRIs
f. Antidepressants, tricyclic
g. Antihyperuricemics
h. Antiparkinson agents
i. Anxiolytics
j. Beta-blockers
k. Bile salts
l. BPH treatments
m. Bronchodilators, beta agonist
n. COPD agents
o. Cough and cold
p. Erythropoiesis stimulating proteins
q. Glucocorticoids, inhaled
r. HAE treatments
s. Hepatitis C agents
t. Hypoglycemics, SGLT2
u. Immune globulins
v. Lincosamides / oxazolidinones / streptogramins
w. Lipotropics, other
x. Lipotropics, statins
y. PAH Agents, oral and inhaled
z. Pancreatic enzymes
aa. Sedative hypnotics
bb. Urea cycle disorders, oral

Public Comment on new drugs to be reviewed for the Medicaid PDL:
a. Alzheimer’s agents / Namzaric Dose Pack
b. Hypoglycemics, Incretin Mimetics / Enhancers / Adlyxin
c. Hypoglycemics, Incretin Mimetics / Enhancers / Soliqua
d. Hypoglycemics, Incretin Mimetics / Enhancers / Xultophy
e. Hypoglycemics, Insulins / Basaglar Kwikpen
f. Immunomodulators, Atopic Dermatitis / Eucrisa
g. Stimulants and related agents / Vyvanse chewable tablet

5. Therapeutic and clinical drug reviews and updates – Chris Andrews, Pharm. D., Magellan Medicaid Administration

6. Executive work session

Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Section 531.071, and in accordance with Texas Administrative Code, Title 1, Part 15, Chapter 354, Subchapter F, Section 354.1941(c)(2), the DUR Board may meet in executive session on one or more items listed under new business as permitted by the Texas Open Meetings Act.

7. Lunch

8. Announcements of drugs recommended for the Medicaid PDL

9. Retrospective DUR: Larry Dent, Pharm. D., BCPS, Xerox Heritage, LLC

a. Report on recent retrospective DUR interventions sent:

i. Gastrointestinal disorders management
ii. Naloxone for opiate-related overdose

b. Report on recent retrospective DUR interventions outcome:

i. Chronic non-cancer pain
ii. Stroke prevention
iii. Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder medication management

c. Retrospective DUR proposals: (Vote required)

i. Diabetes disease management
ii. Management of second generation antipsychotics in youth
iii. Management of psychotropic drugs in adults

10. Prospective prior authorization proposals (clinical edits): Christina Faulkner, Pharm. D., Health Information Designs, LLC (Vote required) - Growth hormone (revised)

11. Retrospective drug use, criteria for outpatient use in Vendor Drug Program: Jennifer
Seltzer, Pharm. D., University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy (Vote required)

a. Aerosolized Agents – Metered-Dose Inhalers (MDIs): Anticholinergic Drugs
b. Aerosolized Agents – Metered-Dose Inhalers (MDIs): B2-Adrenergic Drugs (long-acting)
c. Aerosolized Agents – Metered-Dose Inhalers (MDIs): B2-Adrenergic Drugs (short-acting)
d. Aerosolized Agents – Metered-Dose Inhalers (MDIs): Inhaled Anti-inflammatory Drugs: Corticosteroids
e. Antidepressants
f. Enzyme replacement therapy
g. HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitors
h. Novel Oral Anticoagulants

12. Adjourn

13. Next meeting date: July 28, 2017

Public comment may be taken any agenda item.

Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Maribel O. Castoreno, DUR/PDL Oversight Specialist, Health and Human Services Commission, Medicaid and CHIP Services Department at 512-707-6112, Maribel.Castoreno@hhsc.state.tx.us.

This meeting is open to the public. No reservations are required, and there is no cost to attend this meeting.
People with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Castoreno at 512-707-6112 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 4900 North Lamar Blvd.(Health and Human Services Commission, Brown-Heatly Building, Public Hearing Room)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002313
Submit Date: 04/04/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Karissa Sanchez, Council and Committee Liaison, Office of Mental Health Coordination, 512-487-3337, Karissa.sanchez@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:

Behavioral Health Advisory Committee

April 28, 2017
9 a.m.

Meeting Site:
Health and Human Services Commission
Brown-Heatly Building
Public Hearing Room
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78751

1. Welcome, opening remarks, and introductions
2. Approval of minutes for January 20, 2017, meeting and review of past action items
3. Intellectual and Developmental Disability and Behavioral Health Services update
a. Behavioral Health Advisory Committee recommendations and appointments update
b. Rider 73 update
c. Opioid grant update
4. Legislative update
5. Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Initiative update
6. Medicaid Policy and Program update
7. Public comment
8. 1115 Waiver update
9. Officer elections- vote required
10. Subcommittee reports
a. Block Grant Subcommittee
b. Children and Youth Behavioral Health Subcommittee
c. Data Subcommittee
d. Rules Subcommittee
e. Self-Directed Care Ad Hoc Subcommittee
f. Policy Subcommittee - vote required
11 Approve fiscal year 2018 meeting dates - vote required
12. Public comment
13. Summary of evaluation feedback
14. Planning for next meeting
15. Action items/committee recommendations
16. Closing remarks

Public comment may be taken on any agenda item.

Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Karissa Sanchez, Council and Committee Liaison, Office of Mental Health Coordination, 512-487-3337, Karissa.sanchez@hhsc.state.tx.us.

This meeting is open to the public. No reservations are required, and there is no cost to attend this meeting.

People with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Jamie Mollenhauer, Administrative Assistant, at 512-424-6631 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Quarterly Commission Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 9515 Hotel Dr.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002770
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Esther Garza esther.garza@thc.texas.gov 512.463.2192
Agenda:


AGENDA
Hilton Austin Airport
Chennault Room
9515 Hotel Dr.
Austin, 78719
April 28, 2017
9 a.m.


This meeting of the Texas Historical Commission has been properly posted with the Secretary of States Office according to the provisions of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Texas Government Code. The members may discuss and/or take action on any of the items listed in the agenda. NOTE: The Texas Historical Commission may go into executive session (close its meeting to the public) on any agenda item if appropriate and authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551.

1. Call to Order and Introductions
1.1 Welcome
1.2 Pledge of allegiance
A. United States
B. Texas
1.3 Commissioner introductions
1.4 Recognize and/or excuse absences
1.5 Establish quorum
1.6 Staff awards presentation

2. Friends of the THC
2.1 Report on the activities of the Friends of the THC

3. World War I Centennial Commemoration Activities
3.1 Update on the Texas WWI Centennial Commission program
3.2 Overview of the U.S. WWI Centennial Commission program

4. Friends of the Governors Mansion
4.1 Report on the activities of the Friends of the Governors Mansion

5. Public testimony
Members of the public may address the Commission concerning any matter within the authority of the Commission. The Chairman may limit the length of remarks from each individual.

6. Consent Items The Commission may approve agenda items 6.1 6.5 by a majority vote on a single motion. Any commissioner may request that an item be pulled from this consent agenda for consideration as a separate item.
6.1 Approve January 27, 2017 meeting minutes
6.2 Approve certification of Historic Texas Cemetery designations
6.3 Report and acceptance of donation to the THC from Clara W. Cargile, $500
6.4 Approve State Antiquities Landmark site designation for the Confederate Monument on Courthouse Lawn at the Ellis County Courthouse, owned by Ellis County
6.5 Approve contract amendments and extensions
A. Volt Air Consulting Engineers for mechanical and engineering services, THC capitol complex
B. Moore Consulting and Contracting, Inc. for advisory and expert services, San Felipe de Austin SHS
C. LanMarc Construction for professional services, Levi Jordan Plantation SHS

7. Executive Session under the Open Meeting Act, Texas Government Code
A. §551.071(1) (A), for consultation with legal counsel to discuss pending or contemplated administrative actions and pending or contemplated litigation
B. §551.071(1) (B), for consultation with legal counsel regarding a settlement offer
C. §551.071(2), for consultation with legal counsel on legal matters concerning any agenda item listed
D. §551.072, for deliberations regarding real property
E. §551.074, for consultation with commissioners regarding personnel matters

8. Resume Open Session
8.1 Action, if any, on items discussed in executive session

9. Executive
9.1 Committee report report on items considered at committee meetings held on April 13, 2017 and April 27, 2017
9.2 Consider approval of nominating committees recommendation for Vice-Chair and Secretary of the THC
9.3 Consider approval of THCs website privacy policy
9.4 Consider approval of recommendation for presenting the 2016 Governors Award for Historic Preservation
9.5 Consider approval of recommendation for presenting the 2016 John L. Nau, III Award of Excellence in Museums
9.6 Consider approval of appointment for the Architect (Place 2) position to the Texas Preservation Trust Fund Advisory Board

10. Finance and Government Relations
10.1 Committee report report on items considered at the committee meeting held on April 27, 2017

11. AAB
11.1 Committee report report on items considered at the advisory board meeting held on April 27, 2017

12. Archeology
12.1 Committee report report on items considered at the committee meeting held on April 27, 2017
12.2 Consider approval of Curatorial Facility Certification Program (CFCP) re-certification of the University of Texas-El Paso Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens
12.3 Consider approval of Curatorial Facility Certification Program (CFCP) re-certification of the Brazoria County Historical Museum, Angleton (Brazoria County)

13. Architecture Programs
13.1 Committee report report on items considered at the committee meeting held on April 27, 2017
13.2 Consider approval of the recapture of funds for previously awarded Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program projects

14. History/Heritage Development
14.1 Committee report report on items considered at the committee meeting held on April 27, 2017
14.2 Consider approval and/or cancellation of applications for Official Texas Historical Markers in calendar year 2017
14.3 Consider approval of filing authorization of proposed amendments to the TAC, Title 13, Part 2, Chapter 26, Subchapter B, Sections 26.8 and 26.9, related to State Antiquities Landmark procedures for publicly and privately owned properties for first publication in the Texas Register
14.4 Consider approval to reallocate remaining FY16 CLG Grant funds to the Friends of the THC to implement two regional training workshops in CLG communities

15. Historic Sites
15.1 Committee report report on items considered at the committee meeting held on April 27, 2017
15.2 Consider approval of Historic Sites Strategic Marketing Plan
15.3 Consider approval of a donation of land adjacent to Fort Lancaster SHS
15.4 Consider approval of the purchase of land adjacent to Varner-Hogg Plantation SHS
15.5 Consider approval of the Historic Sites Divisions Properties Collection Plan

16. Public Information and Education
16.1 Committee report report on items considered at the committee meeting held on April 27, 2017

17. Executive Directors report
17.1 Report on activities of THC Executive Director and staff for the preceding quarter

18. Chairmans report
18.1 Report on the ongoing projects and operations of the Commission

19. Adjourn

NOTICE OF ASSISTANCE AT PUBLIC MEETINGS: Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Esther Garza at (512) 463-5768 at least four (4) business days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002793
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, dana@arts.texas.gov (512) 936-6570
Agenda: To evaluate Local Arts Agencies applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas Medical Board
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Disciplinary Panel
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Tower 3, Suite 610
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002816
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Angel Johnson, 333 Guadalupe #3-610, Austin, TX 78701; (512)305-8099; (512) 305-7051 fax; Angel.Johnson@tmb.state.tx.us
Agenda:
1.Call to order.

2.Roll call.

3.Consideration of the Cease and Desist hearing Laura Precourt pursuant to Texas Occupations Code, §165.052(a).

4.Adjourn.



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Agency Name: Texas Medical Board
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Disciplinary Panel
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Tower 3, Suite 610
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002815
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Angel Johnson, 333 Guadalupe #3-610, Austin, TX 78701; (512)305-8099; (512) 305-7051 fax; Angel.Johnson@tmb.state.tx.us
Agenda:
1.Call to order.

2.Roll call.

3.Consideration of the Cease and Desist hearing Robert Morrow, DC pursuant to Texas Occupations Code, §165.052(a).

4.Adjourn.



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Agency Name: Texas Medical Board
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Disciplinary Panel
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Tower 3, Suite 610
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002820
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Angel Johnson, 333 Guadalupe #3-610, Austin, TX 78701; (512)305-8099; (512) 305-7051 fax; Angel.Johnson@tmb.state.tx.us
Agenda:
1.Call to order.

2.Roll call.

3.Consideration of the Cease and Desist hearing Lance Fortner pursuant to Texas Occupations Code, §165.052(a).

4.Adjourn.



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Agency Name: Texas Medical Board
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Disciplinary Panel
Status: Cancelled
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Tower 3, Suite 610
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002817
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Angel Johnson, 333 Guadalupe #3-610, Austin, TX 78701; (512)305-8099; (512) 305-7051 fax; Angel.Johnson@tmb.state.tx.us
Agenda:
1.Call to order.

2.Roll call.

3.Consideration of the Cease and Desist hearing Laura Precourt pursuant to Texas Occupations Code, §165.052(a).

4.Adjourn.



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Agency Name: Texas Optometry Board
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 400A
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002705
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Chris Kloeris, 333 Guadalupe Street, Suite 2-420, Austin, Texas, 78701; 512-305-8500
Agenda: April 28, 2017
333 Guadalupe
Austin, TX
Tower I
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At 9:00 a.m. or upon conclusion of committee meetings, Room 400A: The Texas Optometry Board will convene in open session, deliberate, and possibly take formal action on the following, including items enumerated under Minutes, General Matters, Miscellaneous Reports and Committee Reports:

I. CALL TO ORDER
A) Roll call
B) Meeting absences

II. MINUTES of February 9-10, 2017
A) Corrections / Approval

III. GENERAL MATTERS
(A) Legislative Appropriations Request (LAR) 2018-2019
(B) Budget FY 2017; expenditures, and future expenditures
(C) Bills filed in 85th legislative session affecting Board
(D) Sunset Commission Decision and future legislation and management action
(E) Optometry School Liaison Reports
(F) Election of Officers
(G) Evaluation of Executive Director
(H) Three-Member Disciplinary Panel Appointment

IV. PUBLIC COMMENT (TIME CERTAIN 10:00 a.m.)

V. MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS
A) Report of Executive Director
1) Statistics and status of current licensees and administrative items
2) Update on Health Professions Council
3) Personal Financial Statements
4) California Sunset Report
5) Risk Assessment Audit
6) Criminal History Audit
7) Board Member Appointment
B) Report of Legal Counsel
1) Report on status of Doris Forte, et al v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc

COMMITTEE REPORTS:
VI. Administrative/Licensing Committee Report and Recommendations
(a) Number of candidates receiving license
(b) Applications approved for licensure without examination, licensure, therapeutic license and optometric glaucoma license
(c) Licenses to be cancelled for failure to complete application
(d) School curriculums approved under Rule §280.8
(e) Biennial license renewal
(f) Renewal certificates on Internet

VII. Continuing Education Committee Report and Recommendations:
(a) Consider Continuing Education Courses for approval
(b) Consider Optometric Glaucoma Specialist and Therapeutic License Courses
(c) Consider exemptions from continuing education
(d) Guidelines for approving continuing education providers/courses
(e) Approval of professional responsibility courses

VIII. Investigation-Enforcement Committee Report and Recommendations:
(a) Consider complaints received in each area of investigative responsibility
(b) Consider administrative penalties assessed by Executive Director
(c) Report of complaints and disciplinary hearings
(d) Consider proposed settlements resulting from informal conferences (license: 8869; Ki Kim)

IX. Rules Committee Report and Recommendations:
Propose amendments to Rule 22 T.A.C. §273.8 concerning fingerprint requirements for renewal of licenses
Propose amendments to Rule 22 T.A.C. §271.1 concerning application for license requirements including requirement of databank verifications
Propose amendments to Rule 22 T.A.C. §273.8 concerning requirement of databank verifications for license renewal

X. Committee on Peer Assistance Report and Recommendations:
Report on operation of Peer Assistance Program

XI. Training Contracting/Purchasing Procedures at Board

The Board and Committees may go into executive session on any agenda item as authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Government Code, Chapter 551.

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Chris Kloeris at 512-305-8500 at least four (4) work days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Optometry Board
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Administrative/Licensing Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 400B
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002703
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Chris Kloeris, 333 Guadalupe Street, Suite 2-420, Austin, Texas, 78701; 512-305-8500
Agenda: April 28, 2017
333 Guadalupe
Austin, TX
Tower II
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400B - 8:00 a.m.: Administrative/Licensing Committee will convene in open session, deliberate and possibly take formal action regarding licensure without examination applicants, applicants, cancelled licenses, expired licenses, biennial license renewal, website renewal certificates, and examination matters for recommendation to the Board.

The Board may go into executive session on any agenda item as authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Government Code, Chapter 551.


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Agency Name: Texas Optometry Board
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:45 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Committee on Peer Assistance
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Tower II, Room 400B
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002704
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Chris Kloeris, 333 Guadalupe Street, Suite 2-420, Austin, Texas, 78701; 512-305-8500
Agenda: April 28, 2017
333 Guadalupe
Austin, TX
Tower II
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400B - 8:45 a.m.: Committee on Peer Assistance will convene in open session, deliberate and possibly take formal action regarding operation of Program.

The Board may go into executive session on any agenda item as authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Government Code, Chapter 551.


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Agency Name: Workforce Solutions Borderplex
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Education and Youth Committee Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 300 East Main, 8th Floor, Juarez Room
City Location: El Paso, Texas 79901
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002791
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Abigail Ruiz 915-887-2246 abigail.ruiz@borderplexjobs.com
Agenda: Education and Youth Committee Meeting

date Friday, April 28, 2017

time 12:30 p.m.

place Workforce Solutions Borderplex, Inc.,
300 East Main, 8th Floor, Juarez Room, El Paso, Texas 79901

AGENDA

I. CALL TO ORDER AND NOTE OF ATTENDANCE

Item 1.1: Approval of the February 24, 2017 Education and Youth Committee Meeting Minutes (Dr. William Serrata, Education and Youth Committee Chair)

II. ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION AND ACTION

Item 2.1: Policies for approval regarding Child Care, WIOA and TAA (Janet Bono, Program Administrator)

III. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS

Item 3.1: Discussion and update on TWC Education and Youth related Contracted Performance Measures (Leila Melendez, Chief Operating Officer)

Item 3.2: Discussion and presentation on the Youth Programs and opportunities (Yvonne Lopez, Program Specialist)
o YouthBuild
o Summer Youth Program

Item 3.3: Discussion and presentation on YISD Career Expo (Oscar Licon, Business Services Director)

Item 3.4: Discussion and presentation on Texas Rising Star Certification (Martha Cuellar, TRS Assessor)

Item 3.5: Discussion and presentation on Childcare Services (Loretta Priest, CCS Administrator, YWCA)
o Children served
o Texas Rising Star provider score card
o Rural Outreach/ Open Enrollments

IV. ADJOURN
Item 4.1: Discussion on items of interest for next agenda June 30, 2017


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Agency Name: Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 110 Wyoming Blvd.
City Location: Pleasanton
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002708
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: evergreenuwcd.org
Agenda: Public Permit Hearing

Friday, April 28, 2017
9:00 a.m.


Call Permit Hearing to Order


1. Permit Hearing for the following Permits on Existing Wells:

One (1) new permit on an existing well for Sanchez Oil & Gas (Production Permit #PF00448) located at N 28° 49 32.3 W 99° 21 11.67 in Frio County for Rig/Frac Supply use. Total maximum annual production from the well will be 967.36 acre feet. The well will produce from the Carrizo Aquifer.

One (1) new permit on an existing well for 74 Ranch (Production Permit #PA00428) located at N 28.656484, W -98.388877 in Atascosa County for Livestock use. Total maximum production will be 1209.2 acre feet. The well will produce from the Carrizo Aquifer.

One (1) new permit on an existing well for 74 Ranch (Production Permit #PA00429) located at N 28.644805 W-98.345009 in Atascosa County for Domestic use. Total maximum production will be 1209.2 acre feet. The well will produce from the Carrizo Aquifer.



2. Permit Hearing for the following Permit Amendments:

One (1) permit amendment for Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. (Permit #PK00088) located N 29.154521 W -97.713588 in Karnes County. Permit will be amended from 640 acres to 3,485.5 acres. Total maximum annual production from the well will be amended from 1,280 acre feet to 529.02 acre feet. The well will produce from the Carrizo Aquifer.

One (1) permit amendment for Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. (Permit #PK00089) located N 28.827161 W -98.076783 in Karnes County. Permit will be amended from 420 acres to 789.28 acres. Total maximum annual production from the well will be amended from 840 acre feet to 423.22 acre feet. The well will produce from the Carrizo Aquifer.

One (1) permit amendment for Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. (Permit #PK00090) located N 28.959914 W -98.041255 in Karnes County. Permit will be amended from 616 acres to 292.1522 acres. Total maximum annual production from the well will be amended from 1,232 acre feet to 211.61 acre feet. The well will produce from the Carrizo Aquifer.


One (1) permit amendment for Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. (Permit #PK00091) located N 28.89585 W -98.062284 in Karnes County. Permit will be amended from 640 acres to 1842.342 acres. Total maximum annual production from the well will be amended from 1,280 acre feet to 705.37 acre feet. The well will produce from the Carrizo Aquifer.

One (1) permit amendment for Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. (Permit #PK00092) located N 28.931171 W -97.974058 in Karnes County. Total maximum annual production from the well will be amended from 1052.14 acre feet to 211.61 acre feet. The well will produce from the Carrizo Aquifer.

One (1) permit amendment for Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. (Permit #PK00094) located N 28.963555 W -98.0143357 in Karnes County. Permit will be amended from 320 acres to 596.68 acres. Total maximum annual production from the well will be amended from 640 acre feet to 1,790 acre feet. The well will produce from the Carrizo Aquifer.

One (1) permit amendment for Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. (Permit #PK00095) located N 29.136871 W -97.719964 in Karnes County. Permit will be amended from 550 acres to 3992.43 acres. Total maximum annual production from the well will be amended from 1100 acre feet to 846.44 acre feet. The well will produce from the Carrizo Aquifer.

One (1) permit amendment for Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. (Permit #PK00098) located N 28.908084 W -97.843989 in Karnes County. Permit will be amended from 248 acres to 826.93 acres. Total maximum annual production from the well will be amended from 496 acre feet to 2,480.79 acre feet. The well will produce from the Yegua Aquifer.

One (1) permit amendment for Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. (Permit #PK00100) located N 28.858523 W -97.917761 in Karnes County. Permit will be amended from 677 acres to 680.094 acres. Total maximum annual production from the well will be amended from 1354 acre feet to 2,040.2825 acre feet. The well will produce from the Yegua Aquifer.

One (1) permit amendment for Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. (Permit #PK0008) located N 28.827692 W -97.892194 in Karnes County. Total maximum annual production from the well will be amended from 1922.56 acre feet to 2,883.84 acre feet. The well will produce from the Carrizo Aquifer.


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Agency Name: Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 110 Wyoming Blvd.
City Location: Pleasanton
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002847
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: evergreenuwcd.org 830-569-4186
Agenda:
AGENDA

Matters to be discussed that are subject to vote by the Directors of the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District are as follows:

1. Declaration of Quorum and Call to Order.
2. Pledge of Allegiance.
Recess to Public Hearing
Public Hearing- Water Well Drilling and Production Permit Applications
a. Call to Order.
b. Permits on Existing Wells.
c. Permit Amendments.
d. Adjourn.
Reconvene to Regular Meeting
3. Production Permit Renewals.
4. Public Comments on Agenda Items or Other District Business, Limited to 5 minutes each.
5. Approval of Minutes from the March 31, 2017 Board of Directors Meeting.
6. Approval of Report of Bills Paid, Deposits, and Financial Statements for March 2017.
7. Approval of Election Workers for Early Voting and Election Day for Atascosa County.
Early Voting Workers:
Judge- Janice Ruple Alternate Judges- Samantha Garcia, Brenda Ochoa
Election Day Workers:
Judge- Sandra English Alternate Judge- Corina Ambriz
Early Voting Ballot Board: Judge- Mildred Kvapil
Central Count: Judge- J.D. Kvapil
8. Discussion of Water Releases from the SAWS Desalination Plant.
9. Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer Cross-Sections Project Presentation by Steve Young with Intera, Inc.
10. Presentation by Not Just Dust to Discuss Sand Mining of Texas and Related Water Issues. No Action Will Be
Taken On This Item.
11. Staff Report on District Activities.
Meetings and Conferences Attended and Schedule of Upcoming Meetings
Legislative Updates
Exempt Well Registrations
Monitor Well Report and Water Sampling Activity
Complaints and Investigations
Other District Activities
12. Consider and Take Appropriate Action on Items to be Placed on the Next Agenda.
13. Set Date and Time for Next Board of Directors Meeting.
14. Adjourn.
Agenda items may be considered, deliberated and/or acted upon in a different order than set forth above
At any time during the meeting and in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernons Texas Codes, Annotated, the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District Board may meet in executive session on any of the above agenda items for consultation concerning attorney-client matters (§551.071); deliberation regarding real property (§551.072); deliberation regarding prospective gifts §551.073 ; personnel matters (§551.074); and deliberation regarding security devices (§551.076). Any subject discussed in executive session may be subject to action during an open meeting.


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Agency Name: Coastal Bend Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2910 Leopard Street
City Location: Corpus Christi
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002773
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: John P. Buckner Executive Director P.O. Box 9909 Corpus Christi, TX 78469 361-883-5749 john@cbcog98.org
Agenda: 1. Call to Order
2. Approval of Minutes (3/31/2017)
3. Treasurer's Report
4. Items Requiring Action by the Council of Governmentss
A. Chairman's Report
B. Homeland Security Advisory Committee Report
C. Public Protection Committee Report
5. Announcements and Non-Action Items
6. Approval of Treasurer's Report
7. Adjourn


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Agency Name: South Texas Development Council
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:15 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 1002 Dicky Lane-Conference Room
City Location: Laredo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002997
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Juan E. Rodriguez, Recording Secretary Tel. (956) 722-3995, ext. 18 Fax (956) 722-2670
Agenda: 17-06 CALL TO ORDER Joseph Rathmell, Chairman

17-07 ROLL CALL

17-08 DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE LOAN APPLICATION BY JOSIE HINOJOSA IN THE AMOUNT OF $65,000 SUBJECT TO MINIMUM REQUIRED APPRAISAL VALUE OF $81,250 ON COLLATERAL Robert Mendiola, Executive Director

17-09 ADJOURNMENT Chairman


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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region 16
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 5800 Bell Street
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002911
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mr. Ray Cogburn, Executive Director 806.677.5075
Agenda: Agenda of Regular Meeting

The Board of Trustees
Region 16 Education Service Center


A Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of Region 16 Education Service Center will be held April 28, 2017, beginning at 12:30 PM in the Region 16 Education Service Center Board Room.


The subjects to be discussed or considered or upon which any formal action may be taken are as listed below. Items do not have to be taken in the order shown on this meeting notice.

Unless removed from the consent agenda, items identified within the consent agenda will be acted on at one time.


1. CALL TO ORDER
2. RECORD OF ATTENDANCE (Information)
3. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF MINUTES (Action)
4. REGION 16 ESC PROGRAMS AND SERVICES REPORT (Information)
A. Board Report
B. Internal Operations Report
5. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF FINANCIAL MATTERS (Action)
A. Financial Reports
B. Investment Report
6. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF BUDGET AMENDMENTS AND SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS FOR 2016-2017 (Action and Information)
A. Proposed Budget Amendments for 2016-2017 (Action)
B. Special Revenue Funds for 2016-2017 (Information)
7. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF PROPOSAL ITEMS (Action)
A. Migrant Washington DC Instructional Student Leadership Experience
B. Early Childhood Developmental Screener
C. Curriculum for Head Start Programs
8. REVIEW AND CONSIDER SELECTION OF AUDITOR (Action)
9. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF REGION 16 ESC CONTRACTS AND SHARED SERVICES ARRANGEMENTS FOR 2017-2018 (Action)
10. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF DONATIONS (Action)
11. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF 2017-2018 COMPENSATION PLAN (Action)
12. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF ESC EMPLOYEE INSURANCE BENEFITS FOR 2017-2018 (Action)
A. Medical Insurance
B. Disability Insurance
13. PERSONNEL ACTIONS (Information)
A. Employment, Resignations, Reassignments, and Retirements
B. Staffing Pattern Report
14. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S REPORT (Information)
A. Communications and Correspondence
B. Head Start/Early Head Start Policy Council February 22, 2017 Meeting Agenda and Minutes
C. Head Start/Early Head Start Policy Council March 10, 2017 Meeting Letter, Policy, and Minutes
D. Head Start/Early Head Start Policy Council March 22, 2017 Meeting Agenda and Minutes
E. Head Start/Early Head Start 2017-2018 Grant Application Update
F. TEA Update
G. Legislative Update
H. West Texas A&M University Doctoral Program
I. Region 16 Superintendent Update
J. ESC Board Training Opportunities
1. Region 16 ESC Fall Conference September 16-18, 2017
2. TASA/TASB Convention October 6-8, 2017 Dallas, TX
K. Next Regular Board Meeting June 30, 2017
15. ADJOURN (Action)


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Agency Name: Houston-Galveston Area Council
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: High Capacity Transit Task Force
Status: Active
Street Location: P.O. Box 22777
City Location: Houston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002901
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Alan Clark, MPO Director, 7130-993-4585
Agenda: Agenda

1. Introductions....................... Rusty Senac, Chair

2. Purpose of the High Capacity Transit Task Force.............................. Rusty Senac, Chair

3. High Capacity Transit in the 2040 Long Range Plan. Carrin Patman, Vice Chair

4. Task Force Milestones... Amanda Edwards, Vice Chair

5. Task Force Work Groups Rusty Senac, Chair

6. Future Task Force Meetings... Rusty Senac, Chair

7. Meeting Summary and Next Steps Amanda Edwards, Vice Chair

8. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Houston-Galveston Area Council
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Transportation Policy Council
Status: Active
Street Location: P.O. Box 22777
City Location: Houston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002790
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Alan Clark, MPO Director 713-993-4585
Agenda: AGENDA
1. Certification of quorum - Quorum requirement is 14 members Chairman Matt Sebesta
2. Introductions
3. Public Comments
Persons wishing to provide public comment on TPC agenda items are requested to limit their comment to 3 minutes.

4. Approval of Friday, March 24, 2017 Meeting Minutes Summary Secretary Tom Reid

ACTION: COMMENDATION
5. Approval of Resolutions of Commendation for Hon. Darryl Morrison and Mayor Glenn Royal
Chairman Matt Sebesta
The Chairman will present a Resolutions of Commendation to outgoing TPC members.

ACTION: AMENDMENTS
6. Amendments to the 2040 RTP and 2017-2020 TIP Mr. Jim Dickinson, H-GAC
A. Resolution for Approval of Amendments to the 20172020 Transportation Improvement
Program (TIP) and 2040 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP)
Staff will review and request TPC approval of proposed changes to the TIP and RTP.
B. Administrative Amendments to the TIP and RTP
Staff will review any approved administrative amendments to the TIP or RTP as information to the Policy Council.
C. Briefing on Future Amendments to the TIP and RTP
Staff will review requested TPC amendments to the TIP and RTP Update for future action.
D. Resolution for Amendments to the 2016-2017 UPWP Mr. Nicholas Williams, H-GAC
Mr. Williams will review and request TPC approval of amendments to the 2016-2017 UPWP.

OTHER ACTION
7. Approval of a Resolution for Bike Month Mr. Patrick Mandapaka, H-GAC
Mr. Mandapaka will request TPC approval of a Resolution in support of May as Bike Month.

INFORMATION

8. Presentation on Transportation Priorities in the Houston Port Region.................... Mr. Chad Burke, Economic Alliance Houston Port Region
Mr. Burke will present results of a collaborative effort to identify and prioritize needed improvements to the infrastructure serving freight activity in the area surrounding the Houston Ship Channel.


9. Regional Thoroughfare Planning Data Collection Mr. Patrick Mandapaka, H-GAC
Mr. Mandapaka will brief the TPC on H-GACs efforts to support data collection of local thoroughfare plans to update the regional database and map of planned thoroughfares.


10. Report on Transportation Planning Activities
A. H-GAC Planning Activities Report
1. Proposed Greater Houston Freight System: Roadways
2. Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Quarterly Status Report
3. 2016 Mobility Report
4. Legislative Report
B. H-GAC Board of Directors Report

11. Announcements
Breakfast Discussion on demographic and economic trends and their impact on future transportation needs 8:30 a.m., April 28, 2017, H-GAC Conference Rooms B
High Capacity Transit Task Force Meeting Immediately following the April 28th TPC meeting, Rm B
NTI Introduction to Transportation Conformity May 1-3, 2017, H-GAC Offices, Rm B
Project Delivery Workshop May 5, 2017, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., TxDOT Houston District Offices, 7600 Washington Ave., Houston, TX 77007
Brown Bag Lunch Series May 15, 2017, Noon-1:00 p.m. Livable Centers, presented by Mr. Jeff Taebel, FAICP
Next TAC meeting May 17, 2017, 9:30 a.m., Room B
Next TPC meeting May 26, 2017, 9:30 a.m., Room B

12. Adjournment



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Agency Name: Pecan Valley MHMR Region
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2101 W Pearl Street Room 305
City Location: Granbury
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002787
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Coke Beatty, Executive Director, at 817-579-4401 or cbeatty@pecanvalley.org
Agenda: Roll Call Edwin Seilheimer


Approve Minutes of the March 24, 2017 Meeting Edwin Seilheimer


Employee of the Quarter Presentations Coke Beatty


Program about the Youth Empowerment Services (YES) Wayne Vaughn / Kate Fischer


Mental Health Program Review
Performance Outcomes
Mental Health First Aid
Veterans Quarterly Report
Mike Taylor

Intellectual Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Program Review
Allen Gould


Approve March 2017 Financial Statements Frankie Jefferson


Approve Auditor for Financial & Compliance Report for FY 2017
Frankie Jefferson


Approve Accounting Software with Option to Purchase Payroll Software
Mike Taylor


Update from the Regional PNAC Meeting Allen Gould


Update on 1115 Transformation Waiver Coke Beatty


Comments from Executive Director Coke Beatty


Items may not be taken in the order they appear on the agenda.



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Agency Name: Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Finance & Information Technology
Status: Active
Street Location: 7010 Padre Island Blvd
City Location: South Padre Island
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002851
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Allan J. Romer Human Resources Manager (512) 491-2300 aromer@tmlirp.org
Agenda: TML Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Finance & Information Technology Committee

Hilton Garden Inn (Jellyfish)
7010 Padre Island Blvd.
South Padre Island, TX 78597
April 28 (3:30 PM)

AGENDA

1. Roll call and excused absences

2. 3:00 PM Friday Staff Presentation Periodic Review of Target Equity Range for Combined Funds and Minimum Funding Levels for Operating Funds based on 9/30/16 Financial Results, Consideration of Equity Distribution in 2017-18, Consideration of Prepayment Discount, and Consideration of Rates for all lines of coverage and property reinsurance for 2017-18

3. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 Board Planning Session in Lost Pines

4. Consideration of minutes of January 21, 2017 Board Meeting in Lost Pines

5. Finance and Information Technology Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 committee meeting

b. Report on the February 28, 2017 (5-month) Financial Statements and presentation of March 31, 2017 Financial Statements

c. Periodic Review and Consideration of the Methodology for Determining the Target Equity Range for Combined Funds and Minimum Funding Levels for Operating Funds and Consideration of Equity Distribution

d. Report on the February 28, 2017 (5-month) Investment Report and presentation of March 31, 2017 Investment Report

e. Consideration of Resolution Authorizing Participation in the TexPool Investment Pool and Designating Authorized Representatives

f. Consideration of Project Budget for Finance and Human Resources Software System

g. Consideration of Award of a Contract for Actuarial Services

h. Report on Texas Municipal Center Building Improvement Requirements and Consideration of Authorization to Enter into Contracts for Air Conditioner Chiller Replacements and Light Fixture Replacement Project

i. Consideration of Change in Annual Prepayment Discount Offered by TMLIRP

j. Report from Office of Project Management and Analytics, including status on Progress for Business Application & IT Road Map*

k. Information Technology report on status of hardware and software updates to the computer systems*

6. Underwriting and Claims Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 committee meeting

b. Consideration of Property Reinsurance Recommendations for May 1, 2017 to May 1, 2018

c. Consideration of Revisions to the Pools Property Coverage Document

d. Consideration of Property Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

e. Consideration of Workers Compensation Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

f. Consideration of Liability Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

g. Consideration of Ratification of Contract for System Integrator Services with Capgemini for Inception Phase of Guidewire Policy Center Project, and Adoption of Inception Phase Project Budget

h. Report from Office of Project Management and Analytics, including status on Progress for Business Application & IT Road Map*

i. Significant cases and legal developments impacting the Pool

j. Liability and Property Claims Report on trends concerning liability claims and property claims

k. Workers Compensation Claims Report on trends concerning workers compensation claims

l. Underwriting Report on underwriting results and loss ratios, including the Quarterly Report by Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc. regarding revenues received and contract activities*

m. Loss Prevention Report on member surveys, training, and property valuations conducted*

n. Subrogation Report on subrogation recoveries for the Pool*

o. Member Services Report including Membership Activity*

7. General Counsels Report

8. Comments by ex officio Members from and to TML and Employee Benefits Boards

9. Executive Committee

a. Consideration of Adoption of January 21, 2017 Planning Session Report

b. Report on Development of Conceptual Communications Strategy/Plan

c. Human Resources Report identifying employment changes *

10. Executive Session

a. Workers Compensation Claims Report including (1) fatality claims, (2) selected large exposure claims, (3) presumption claims and (4) new claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000

b. Liability and Property Claims Report on claims that have indemnity reserves exceeding $300,000, expense reserves in excess of $150,000

c. Status of lawsuits in which the Pool is a Party

11. Meeting Schedule and Board Continuing Education

a. Select a location for the April 26-27, 2019 Meeting

Proposed location: South Padre Island

Next Board Meeting: July 21-22, 2016
Hotel Valencia San Antonio, TX

12. Adjournment




Jeffrey R. Thompson
Executive Director


*Reports that will not be verbally presented to the Board unless there are questions or a specific need to address an item within the report.

All meetings of the Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool are open to the public. However, the Pool reserves the right to recess into Executive Session on any matter set forth on this agenda which qualifies for a closed meeting under Texas Government Ann. Sections 551.071 to 551.076.


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Agency Name: Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 7010 Padre Island Blvd
City Location: South Padre Island
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002848
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Allan J. Romer Human Resources Manager (512) 491-2300 aromer@tmlirp.org
Agenda: TML Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Board of Trustees Meeting

Hilton Garden Inn (Great White Room)
7010 Padre Island Blvd.
South Padre Island, TX 78597
April 28 (3:00 PM) & 29 (7:30 AM), 2017

AGENDA

1. Roll call and excused absences

2. 3:00 PM Friday Staff Presentation Periodic Review of Target Equity Range for Combined Funds and Minimum Funding Levels for Operating Funds based on 9/30/16 Financial Results, Consideration of Equity Distribution in 2017-18, Consideration of Prepayment Discount, and Consideration of Rates for all lines of coverage and property reinsurance for 2017-18

3. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 Board Planning Session in Lost Pines

4. Consideration of minutes of January 21, 2017 Board Meeting in Lost Pines

5. Finance and Information Technology Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 committee meeting

b. Report on the February 28, 2017 (5-month) Financial Statements and presentation of March 31, 2017 Financial Statements

c. Periodic Review and Consideration of the Methodology for Determining the Target Equity Range for Combined Funds and Minimum Funding Levels for Operating Funds and Consideration of Equity Distribution

d. Report on the February 28, 2017 (5-month) Investment Report and presentation of March 31, 2017 Investment Report

e. Consideration of Resolution Authorizing Participation in the TexPool Investment Pool and Designating Authorized Representatives

f. Consideration of Project Budget for Finance and Human Resources Software System

g. Consideration of Award of a Contract for Actuarial Services

h. Report on Texas Municipal Center Building Improvement Requirements and Consideration of Authorization to Enter into Contracts for Air Conditioner Chiller Replacements and Light Fixture Replacement Project

i. Consideration of Change in Annual Prepayment Discount Offered by TMLIRP

j. Report from Office of Project Management and Analytics, including status on Progress for Business Application & IT Road Map*

k. Information Technology report on status of hardware and software updates to the computer systems*

6. Underwriting and Claims Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 committee meeting

b. Consideration of Property Reinsurance Recommendations for May 1, 2017 to May 1, 2018

c. Consideration of Revisions to the Pools Property Coverage Document

d. Consideration of Property Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

e. Consideration of Workers Compensation Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

f. Consideration of Liability Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

g. Consideration of Ratification of Contract for System Integrator Services with Capgemini for Inception Phase of Guidewire Policy Center Project, and Adoption of Inception Phase Project Budget

h. Report from Office of Project Management and Analytics, including status on Progress for Business Application & IT Road Map*

i. Significant cases and legal developments impacting the Pool

j. Liability and Property Claims Report on trends concerning liability claims and property claims

k. Workers Compensation Claims Report on trends concerning workers compensation claims

l. Underwriting Report on underwriting results and loss ratios, including the Quarterly Report by Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc. regarding revenues received and contract activities*

m. Loss Prevention Report on member surveys, training, and property valuations conducted*

n. Subrogation Report on subrogation recoveries for the Pool*

o. Member Services Report including Membership Activity*

7. General Counsels Report

8. Comments by ex officio Members from and to TML and Employee Benefits Boards

9. Executive Committee

a. Consideration of Adoption of January 21, 2017 Planning Session Report

b. Report on Development of Conceptual Communications Strategy/Plan

c. Human Resources Report identifying employment changes *

10. Executive Session

a. Workers Compensation Claims Report including (1) fatality claims, (2) selected large exposure claims, (3) presumption claims and (4) new claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000

b. Liability and Property Claims Report on claims that have indemnity reserves exceeding $300,000, expense reserves in excess of $150,000

c. Status of lawsuits in which the Pool is a Party

11. Meeting Schedule and Board Continuing Education

a. Select a location for the April 26-27, 2019 Meeting

Proposed location: South Padre Island

Next Board Meeting: July 21-22, 2016
Hotel Valencia San Antonio, TX

12. Adjournment




Jeffrey R. Thompson
Executive Director


*Reports that will not be verbally presented to the Board unless there are questions or a specific need to address an item within the report.

All meetings of the Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool are open to the public. However, the Pool reserves the right to recess into Executive Session on any matter set forth on this agenda which qualifies for a closed meeting under Texas Government Ann. Sections 551.071 to 551.076.


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Agency Name: Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Underwriting & Claims Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 7010 Padre Island Blvd
City Location: South Padre Island
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002852
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Allan J. Romer Human Resources Manager (512) 491-2300 aromer@tmlirp.org
Agenda: TML Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Underwriting & Claims Committee

Hilton Garden Inn (Lionfish)
7010 Padre Island Blvd.
South Padre Island, TX 78597
April 28 (3:30 PM)

AGENDA

1. Roll call and excused absences

2. 3:00 PM Friday Staff Presentation Periodic Review of Target Equity Range for Combined Funds and Minimum Funding Levels for Operating Funds based on 9/30/16 Financial Results, Consideration of Equity Distribution in 2017-18, Consideration of Prepayment Discount, and Consideration of Rates for all lines of coverage and property reinsurance for 2017-18

3. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 Board Planning Session in Lost Pines

4. Consideration of minutes of January 21, 2017 Board Meeting in Lost Pines

5. Finance and Information Technology Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 committee meeting

b. Report on the February 28, 2017 (5-month) Financial Statements and presentation of March 31, 2017 Financial Statements

c. Periodic Review and Consideration of the Methodology for Determining the Target Equity Range for Combined Funds and Minimum Funding Levels for Operating Funds and Consideration of Equity Distribution

d. Report on the February 28, 2017 (5-month) Investment Report and presentation of March 31, 2017 Investment Report

e. Consideration of Resolution Authorizing Participation in the TexPool Investment Pool and Designating Authorized Representatives

f. Consideration of Project Budget for Finance and Human Resources Software System

g. Consideration of Award of a Contract for Actuarial Services

h. Report on Texas Municipal Center Building Improvement Requirements and Consideration of Authorization to Enter into Contracts for Air Conditioner Chiller Replacements and Light Fixture Replacement Project

i. Consideration of Change in Annual Prepayment Discount Offered by TMLIRP

j. Report from Office of Project Management and Analytics, including status on Progress for Business Application & IT Road Map*

k. Information Technology report on status of hardware and software updates to the computer systems*

6. Underwriting and Claims Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 committee meeting

b. Consideration of Property Reinsurance Recommendations for May 1, 2017 to May 1, 2018

c. Consideration of Revisions to the Pools Property Coverage Document

d. Consideration of Property Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

e. Consideration of Workers Compensation Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

f. Consideration of Liability Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

g. Consideration of Ratification of Contract for System Integrator Services with Capgemini for Inception Phase of Guidewire Policy Center Project, and Adoption of Inception Phase Project Budget

h. Report from Office of Project Management and Analytics, including status on Progress for Business Application & IT Road Map*

i. Significant cases and legal developments impacting the Pool

j. Liability and Property Claims Report on trends concerning liability claims and property claims

k. Workers Compensation Claims Report on trends concerning workers compensation claims

l. Underwriting Report on underwriting results and loss ratios, including the Quarterly Report by Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc. regarding revenues received and contract activities*

m. Loss Prevention Report on member surveys, training, and property valuations conducted*

n. Subrogation Report on subrogation recoveries for the Pool*

o. Member Services Report including Membership Activity*

7. General Counsels Report

8. Comments by ex officio Members from and to TML and Employee Benefits Boards

9. Executive Committee

a. Consideration of Adoption of January 21, 2017 Planning Session Report

b. Report on Development of Conceptual Communications Strategy/Plan

c. Human Resources Report identifying employment changes *

10. Executive Session

a. Workers Compensation Claims Report including (1) fatality claims, (2) selected large exposure claims, (3) presumption claims and (4) new claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000

b. Liability and Property Claims Report on claims that have indemnity reserves exceeding $300,000, expense reserves in excess of $150,000

c. Status of lawsuits in which the Pool is a Party

11. Meeting Schedule and Board Continuing Education

a. Select a location for the April 26-27, 2019 Meeting

Proposed location: South Padre Island

Next Board Meeting: July 21-22, 2016
Hotel Valencia San Antonio, TX

12. Adjournment




Jeffrey R. Thompson
Executive Director


*Reports that will not be verbally presented to the Board unless there are questions or a specific need to address an item within the report.

All meetings of the Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool are open to the public. However, the Pool reserves the right to recess into Executive Session on any matter set forth on this agenda which qualifies for a closed meeting under Texas Government Ann. Sections 551.071 to 551.076.


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Agency Name: Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive
Status: Active
Street Location: 7010 Padre Island Blvd
City Location: South Padre Island
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002850
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Allan J. Romer Human Resources Manager (512) 491-2300 aromer@tmlirp.org
Agenda: TML Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Executive Committee

Hilton Garden Inn (Great White)
7010 Padre Island Blvd.
South Padre Island, TX 78597
April 28 (3:30 PM)

AGENDA

1. Roll call and excused absences

2. 3:00 PM Friday Staff Presentation Periodic Review of Target Equity Range for Combined Funds and Minimum Funding Levels for Operating Funds based on 9/30/16 Financial Results, Consideration of Equity Distribution in 2017-18, Consideration of Prepayment Discount, and Consideration of Rates for all lines of coverage and property reinsurance for 2017-18

3. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 Board Planning Session in Lost Pines

4. Consideration of minutes of January 21, 2017 Board Meeting in Lost Pines

5. Finance and Information Technology Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 committee meeting

b. Report on the February 28, 2017 (5-month) Financial Statements and presentation of March 31, 2017 Financial Statements

c. Periodic Review and Consideration of the Methodology for Determining the Target Equity Range for Combined Funds and Minimum Funding Levels for Operating Funds and Consideration of Equity Distribution

d. Report on the February 28, 2017 (5-month) Investment Report and presentation of March 31, 2017 Investment Report

e. Consideration of Resolution Authorizing Participation in the TexPool Investment Pool and Designating Authorized Representatives

f. Consideration of Project Budget for Finance and Human Resources Software System

g. Consideration of Award of a Contract for Actuarial Services

h. Report on Texas Municipal Center Building Improvement Requirements and Consideration of Authorization to Enter into Contracts for Air Conditioner Chiller Replacements and Light Fixture Replacement Project

i. Consideration of Change in Annual Prepayment Discount Offered by TMLIRP

j. Report from Office of Project Management and Analytics, including status on Progress for Business Application & IT Road Map*

k. Information Technology report on status of hardware and software updates to the computer systems*

6. Underwriting and Claims Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 committee meeting

b. Consideration of Property Reinsurance Recommendations for May 1, 2017 to May 1, 2018

c. Consideration of Revisions to the Pools Property Coverage Document

d. Consideration of Property Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

e. Consideration of Workers Compensation Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

f. Consideration of Liability Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

g. Consideration of Ratification of Contract for System Integrator Services with Capgemini for Inception Phase of Guidewire Policy Center Project, and Adoption of Inception Phase Project Budget

h. Report from Office of Project Management and Analytics, including status on Progress for Business Application & IT Road Map*

i. Significant cases and legal developments impacting the Pool

j. Liability and Property Claims Report on trends concerning liability claims and property claims

k. Workers Compensation Claims Report on trends concerning workers compensation claims

l. Underwriting Report on underwriting results and loss ratios, including the Quarterly Report by Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc. regarding revenues received and contract activities*

m. Loss Prevention Report on member surveys, training, and property valuations conducted*

n. Subrogation Report on subrogation recoveries for the Pool*

o. Member Services Report including Membership Activity*

7. General Counsels Report

8. Comments by ex officio Members from and to TML and Employee Benefits Boards

9. Executive Committee

a. Consideration of Adoption of January 21, 2017 Planning Session Report

b. Report on Development of Conceptual Communications Strategy/Plan

c. Human Resources Report identifying employment changes *

10. Executive Session

a. Workers Compensation Claims Report including (1) fatality claims, (2) selected large exposure claims, (3) presumption claims and (4) new claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000

b. Liability and Property Claims Report on claims that have indemnity reserves exceeding $300,000, expense reserves in excess of $150,000

c. Status of lawsuits in which the Pool is a Party

11. Meeting Schedule and Board Continuing Education

a. Select a location for the April 26-27, 2019 Meeting

Proposed location: South Padre Island

Next Board Meeting: July 21-22, 2016
Hotel Valencia San Antonio, TX

12. Adjournment




Jeffrey R. Thompson
Executive Director


*Reports that will not be verbally presented to the Board unless there are questions or a specific need to address an item within the report.

All meetings of the Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool are open to the public. However, the Pool reserves the right to recess into Executive Session on any matter set forth on this agenda which qualifies for a closed meeting under Texas Government Ann. Sections 551.071 to 551.076.


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Agency Name: Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/29/2017
Time of Meeting: 07:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 7010 Padre Island Blvd
City Location: South Padre Island
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002849
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Allan J. Romer Human Resources Manager (512) 491-2300 aromer@tmlirp.org
Agenda: TML Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Board of Trustees Meeting

Hilton Garden Inn (Great White Room)
7010 Padre Island Blvd.
South Padre Island, TX 78597
April 28 (3:00 PM) & 29 (7:30 AM), 2017

AGENDA

1. Roll call and excused absences

2. 3:00 PM Friday Staff Presentation Periodic Review of Target Equity Range for Combined Funds and Minimum Funding Levels for Operating Funds based on 9/30/16 Financial Results, Consideration of Equity Distribution in 2017-18, Consideration of Prepayment Discount, and Consideration of Rates for all lines of coverage and property reinsurance for 2017-18

3. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 Board Planning Session in Lost Pines

4. Consideration of minutes of January 21, 2017 Board Meeting in Lost Pines

5. Finance and Information Technology Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 committee meeting

b. Report on the February 28, 2017 (5-month) Financial Statements and presentation of March 31, 2017 Financial Statements

c. Periodic Review and Consideration of the Methodology for Determining the Target Equity Range for Combined Funds and Minimum Funding Levels for Operating Funds and Consideration of Equity Distribution

d. Report on the February 28, 2017 (5-month) Investment Report and presentation of March 31, 2017 Investment Report

e. Consideration of Resolution Authorizing Participation in the TexPool Investment Pool and Designating Authorized Representatives

f. Consideration of Project Budget for Finance and Human Resources Software System

g. Consideration of Award of a Contract for Actuarial Services

h. Report on Texas Municipal Center Building Improvement Requirements and Consideration of Authorization to Enter into Contracts for Air Conditioner Chiller Replacements and Light Fixture Replacement Project

i. Consideration of Change in Annual Prepayment Discount Offered by TMLIRP

j. Report from Office of Project Management and Analytics, including status on Progress for Business Application & IT Road Map*

k. Information Technology report on status of hardware and software updates to the computer systems*

6. Underwriting and Claims Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 20, 2017 committee meeting

b. Consideration of Property Reinsurance Recommendations for May 1, 2017 to May 1, 2018

c. Consideration of Revisions to the Pools Property Coverage Document

d. Consideration of Property Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

e. Consideration of Workers Compensation Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

f. Consideration of Liability Rate Recommendations for 2017/18

g. Consideration of Ratification of Contract for System Integrator Services with Capgemini for Inception Phase of Guidewire Policy Center Project, and Adoption of Inception Phase Project Budget

h. Report from Office of Project Management and Analytics, including status on Progress for Business Application & IT Road Map*

i. Significant cases and legal developments impacting the Pool

j. Liability and Property Claims Report on trends concerning liability claims and property claims

k. Workers Compensation Claims Report on trends concerning workers compensation claims

l. Underwriting Report on underwriting results and loss ratios, including the Quarterly Report by Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc. regarding revenues received and contract activities*

m. Loss Prevention Report on member surveys, training, and property valuations conducted*

n. Subrogation Report on subrogation recoveries for the Pool*

o. Member Services Report including Membership Activity*

7. General Counsels Report

8. Comments by ex officio Members from and to TML and Employee Benefits Boards

9. Executive Committee

a. Consideration of Adoption of January 21, 2017 Planning Session Report

b. Report on Development of Conceptual Communications Strategy/Plan

c. Human Resources Report identifying employment changes *

10. Executive Session

a. Workers Compensation Claims Report including (1) fatality claims, (2) selected large exposure claims, (3) presumption claims and (4) new claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000

b. Liability and Property Claims Report on claims that have indemnity reserves exceeding $300,000, expense reserves in excess of $150,000

c. Status of lawsuits in which the Pool is a Party

11. Meeting Schedule and Board Continuing Education

a. Select a location for the April 26-27, 2019 Meeting

Proposed location: South Padre Island

Next Board Meeting: July 21-22, 2016
Hotel Valencia San Antonio, TX

12. Adjournment




Jeffrey R. Thompson
Executive Director


*Reports that will not be verbally presented to the Board unless there are questions or a specific need to address an item within the report.

All meetings of the Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool are open to the public. However, the Pool reserves the right to recess into Executive Session on any matter set forth on this agenda which qualifies for a closed meeting under Texas Government Ann. Sections 551.071 to 551.076.


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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/01/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 8400 Kirby Drive
City Location: Houston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002845
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Les Trobman, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street, Room 608 Austin, Texas 78701-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:



TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION MEETING


The Texas Workforce Commission will attend the Offshore Technology Conference beginning at:

8:00 a.m.
Monday, May 1-4, 2017

NRG Park
8400 Kirby Drive
Houston, Texas 77054

This event offers key insights by global experts on technological advances, safety and environmentally-focused solutions, and economic and regulatory impacts.






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Agency Name: Texas Education Agency
Date of Meeting: 05/01/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Room 1-111, William B. Travis Building, 1701 North Congress Avenue
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002720
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Amy Copeland, Division of State Funding, Texas Education Agency, 1701 North Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas, 78701, (512) 463-8732
Agenda: The Texas Education Agency will conduct a public hearing from 1:30 p.m. until the conclusion of testimony or not later than 2:30 p.m. to solicit testimony and input from the public on the amendment to 19 TAC Chapter 62, Commissioner's Rules Concerning the Equalized Wealth Level, §62.1071, Manual for Districts Subject to Wealth Equalization.

Individuals who wish to testify at the hearing should sign in at the hearing site; no prior registration is necessary.

Testimony will be limited to three minutes per speaker. Speakers are encouraged, but are not required, to provide written copies of their testimony. Individuals who wish to provide written testimony may do so at the meeting.

To view the rule action, go to http://tea.texas.gov/About_TEA/Laws_and_Rules/Commissioner_Rules_(TAC)/Proposed/17_04_Amendment_to_19_TAC_%c2%a762_1071/.

The agenda for the public meeting is as follows:

I. Welcome and Introductions
II. Public Comment Session Opens
III. Public Comment Session Closes
IV. Public Hearing Adjourned


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Agency Name: University Interscholastic League
Date of Meeting: 05/01/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Waiver Review Board
Status: Active
Street Location: 6121 N IH-35
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002892
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Eddie Wolski
Agenda: AGENDA
UIL Waiver Review Board Meeting
Crowne Plaza Hotel
6121 North Interstate Highway 35
Austin, Texas 78752
Monday, May 1, 2017

A meeting of the UIL Waiver Review Board will be held on Monday, May 1, 2017, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Austin, Texas, according to the following agenda, unless otherwise announced by the Chairman.

BUSINESS MEETING A-E
Time Agenda Item Individual Responsible
9:00 am
A. Quorum Determination Chair

B. Adoption of Agenda

C. Adoption of Minutes

D. Announcements


EVIDENTIARY HEARINGS AND OPEN MEETINGS (AA-DD)

At this point on the agenda, the Board will conduct evidentiary hearings, pursuant to Subchapter H of the UIL Constitution and Contest Rules on the matters listed below. Individuals who are offering evidence for consideration by the Board are asked to make their presentations as brief as possible.

9:10 am
AA. Request for two waivers of the Parent Residence Rule by students representing Huntsville High School in Huntsville, Texas.
#PR16-0127-867 & #PR16-0127-868
9:50 am
BB. Request for a waiver of the Parent Residence Rule by a student representing Sunset High School in Dallas, Texas. #PR16-0223-968
10:45 am
CC. Request for a waiver of the Parent Residence Rule by a student representing Quitman High School in Quitman, Texas. #PR16-327-1040
11:20 am
DD. Consideration of cases for precedent manual


EXECUTIVE SESSION
THE UIL WAIVER REVIEW BOARD MAY GO INTO CLOSED (EXECUTIVE) SESSION ON ANY ITEM LISTED ON THE AGENDA WHERE AUTHORIZED BY THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT, TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE, CHAPTER 551.

1. Pursuant to Government Code, Section 551.071, Members of the UIL Waiver Board may consult with their attorney concerning pending or contemplated litigation, and all matters identified in the agenda where the Committee members seek the advice of their attorney as privileged communications under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas.
2. Action, if any, in Open Session on items discussed in closed (executive) session.


BUSINESS MEETING (CONTINUED - E)
11:30 am
E. Adjournment

Meetings of the UIL Waiver Review Board are open to the public except for any closed (executive) session held in compliance with Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons interested in a UIL Waiver Review Board hearing and desiring communication with the Board or any special accommodations should contact the UIL Office at least two working days prior to the meeting. The UIL Office is open Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The UIL Office may be contacted by phone (512) 471-5883; fax (512) 471-5908; e-mail info@uiltexas.org. The UILs physical address is 1701 Manor Road, Austin, Texas 78722.


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Agency Name: Texas Real Estate Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/01/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1700 North Congress, Room 170
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002858
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kerri Lewis, PO Box 12188, Austin, TX 78711, 512-936-3092, www.trec.texas.gov
Agenda: CALL TO ORDER

1. Call to order and pledges of allegiance
2. Discussion and possible action to excuse Commissioner absence(s), if any

APPOINTMENTS

3. Appointments to the Texas Real Estate Inspector Committee

STAFF AND COMMITTEE REPORTS

4. Reports by executive director, general counsel, and division directors of monthly activities and statistical data for communications, licensing, education, enforcement, information technology, staff services, recovery trust account and fund activity, and updates on new and ongoing agency activity; questions by commissioners to division directors regarding issues raised by the monthly activities reports; discussion of current topics raised by monthly reports; requests by commissioners for additional information or reports from staff; and introduction of new employees
5. Report by Budget Committee
6. Report by Enforcement Committee
7. Report by Education Standards Advisory Committee
8. Report by Texas Real Estate Inspector Committee

PUBLIC COMMENTS

9. General comments from visitors on non-agenda items

EXECUTIVE SESSION

10. Executive session to discuss pending litigation or obtain advice of legal counsel on agenda items pursuant to Texas Government Code §551.071 and personnel matters pursuant to Texas Government Code §551.074

RECOVERY FUND

11. Discussion and possible action to authorize settlement of recovery fund claims or take other action on
a. RF 17007; Hejmadi v. Premier Properties Realty, Inc., et al.
b. RF 17008; Magers v. Region Realty, Inc. and Fowler
c. IRF 17001; Ward v. Dougan

RULES FOR POSSIBLE ADOPTION

12. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC §535.5, License Not Required and new 22 TAC §535.6, Equitable Interests in Real Property
13. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC §535.53, Business Entity; Designated Broker
14. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC §535.63, Approval of Qualifying Instructors
15. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC §535.64, Content Requirements for Qualifying Real Estate Courses;
16. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC §535.65, Responsibilities and Operations of Providers of Qualifying Courses;
17. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC Chapter 535 as follows:
a. §535.218, Continuing Education Required for Renewal;
b. §535.72, Approval of Non-elective Continuing Education Courses;
c. §535.74, Approval of Continuing Education Instructors;
d. §535.201, Definitions; and
e. §535.212, Education and Experience Requirements for a License
18. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC §535.227, Standards of Practice: General Provisions

RULES FOR POSSIBLE PROPOSAL

19. Discussion and possible action to propose amendments to 22 TAC §533.8, Motions for Rehearing;
20. Discussion and possible action to propose amendments to 22 TAC §535.53, Business Entity; Designated Broker;
21. Discuss and possible action to propose amendments to 22 TAC §535.56, Education and Requirements for a Broker License;
22. Discussion and possible action to propose amendments to 22 TAC §535.64, Content Requirements for Qualifying Real Estate Courses; and
23. Discussion and possible action to propose amendments to 22 TAC §535.91, Renewal of a Real Estate License

PENDING BUSINESS

24. Discussion and possible action on legislative matters

NEW BUSINESS

25. Discussion and possible action regarding display of probationary license Agreed Orders on disciplinary action page of website;
26. Discussion and possible action regarding appointment of agency investment officers
27. Discussion and possible action regarding performance review and salary of TREC Executive Director
28. Discussion and possible action regarding FY2018 draft budget
29. Discussion and possible action regarding TREC Annual Internal Audit Plan 2017
30. Discussion and possible action to approve new or changes to TREC forms:
a. BBE RF-0; Renewal of Business Entity Broker License Timely or Expired Less than Six Months
b. RF-9; Renewal of Individual Real Estate License Timely or Expired Less than Six Months
c. INRF-2; Renewal of Inspector License Timely or Expired Less than Six Months
d. ERW-RF-7; Renewal form for Easement or Right-of-Way Agent or Business
e. INE CE-0; Inspector Non-Elective Continuing Education Course Application
f. QE REI-1; Qualifying Real Estate Instructor Application
g. QE II-1; Qualifying Inspector Instructor Application
31. Discussion and possible action regarding outreach to distinguish the Commission from trade associations
32. Discussion and possible action regarding new technological advances in the real estate brokerage field

FUTURE MEETINGS

33. Discussion and possible action regarding future agenda items
34. Discussion and possible action to schedule future meetings
35. Adjourn

Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, any requests for reasonable accommodation needed by persons wishing to attend this meeting should call Amber Hinton at 512-936-3000.

Pursuant to Section 46.035(c) of the Texas Penal Code, handgun license holders are prohibited from carrying a handgun at this government meeting. This prohibition applies to both concealed and open carry handguns.

The Texas Real Estate Commission may meet in executive session on any item listed above as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Tex. Govt Code.


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Agency Name: Aqua Water Supply Corporation
Date of Meeting: 05/01/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 415 Old Austin Highway
City Location: Bastrop
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003000
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Heather Tucker, Aqua WSC, P.O. Box Drawer P, Bastrop, TX 78602, 512-303-3943, ext. 118
Agenda: NOTICE OF MEETING

Notice is hereby given that the Aqua Water Supply Corporation Board of Directors will meet for purposes of conducting a regular monthly board meeting in the Corporation Office at 415 Old Austin Highway, Bastrop, Texas at 1:00 P.M. on Monday, May 1, 2017. The Board reserves the right to act on any information items. Items to be presented are as follows:
AGENDA
1) Call to Order

2) Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation

3) The next regular Board of Directors meeting will be held on Monday, June 5, 2017

4) Approval of the minutes of the April 3, 2017 board meeting

5) Approval of bills paid

6) Review of the financial statement

7) Board member comments

8) Communication from Aqua members, new service applicants, or any individual impacted by Aquas activities
limit to 3 minutes each

9) Discuss and take action on recommendations from Aquas Finance Committee

10) Discuss and take action on recommendations from Aquas Corporate Governance Committee

11) Discuss and take action on recommendations from Aquas Donation Committee

12) Discuss and take action on recommendations from Aquas Performance Review Committee

13) Discuss and take action on approving large volume water service to Veranta Capital, LLC. Resolution No. 17.05.01

14) Discuss and take action on recognizing the feasibility of providing water service to 11811 Arnhamn Lane Subdivision. Resolution No. 17.05.02

15) Discuss and take action on recognizing the feasibility of providing water service to 969 Estates Subdivision. Resolution No. 17.05.03

16) Discuss and take action on recognizing the feasibility of providing water service to El Dorado Subdivision. Resolution No. 17.05.04

17) Discuss and take action on approving a partial release of easement as requested by Reyes and Linda Mancha. Resolution No. 17.05.05

18) Discuss and take action on approving a partial release of easement as requested by Bruce and Catherine Perrin. Resolution No. 17.05.06

19) Discuss and take action on approving Amendment to Large Volume Service Water Supply Agreement related to The Colony Subdivision

20) Discuss and take action on approving water line upsize of The Colony Approach Main from 12 to 24

21) Staff Reports
a. General Managers Report
b. Subdivision Development Report
c. Engineering Report-Construction Progress
d. Government Relations

22) General Counsels Report

23) Executive Session under Texas Government Code, Section 551.071, for purposes of legal advice and consultations with Aquas general counsel on pending and threatened litigation and matters pending at the State Office of Administrative Hearings and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and any other matter where the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas require a private consultation with an attorney including, but not limited to:
a. Permit applications filed by third parties at Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District to obtain or modify permits to drill one or more wells and/or produce groundwater
b. Participation as a plaintiff in Cause No. 050-335, to be consolidated with Cause No. 2012MCF-01, Bryan and Debbie Goertz, et al v. Asplundh Tree Expert Company, in the District Court of Bastrop County, Texas, 21st Judicial District
c. Retail water certificate of convenience and necessity issues associated with the City of Bastrop and Bastrop County and any related matters
d. Permitting matters associated with the Plum Creek Conservation District and Gonzales County Underground Water Conservation District
e. Any other matter discussed on the agenda

24) Discuss and take action on any matter discussed in Executive Session under Agenda Item 23, including but not limited to requesting a contested case hearing, the above-referenced litigation, and any terms and conditions regarding any agreements related to any of the above matters

25) Executive Session under Texas Government Code, Section 551.072, for purposes of deliberating real property

26) Discuss and take action on any matter discussed in Executive Session under Agenda Item No. 25

27) Executive Session under Texas Government Code, Section 551.074, for purposes of discussing personnel matters

28) Discuss and take action on any matter discussed in Executive Session under Agenda Item No. 27

29) Any other business that may properly come before the board for action

30) Adjourn
Posted


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Agency Name: Edwards Aquifer Authority
Date of Meeting: 05/01/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 900 E. Quincy, San Antonio, TX; EAA Board Room
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003032
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Marc Friberg; 900 E. Quincy, San Antonio, TX. 78215; (800) 292-1047
Agenda: A. Call to Order
B. Public Comment
C. General Manager's Report
· Recent Activities/Events (reports on conferences attended, meetings held, etc.)
· Upcoming Activities/Events (conferences, meetings, etc.)
· Operational Announcements (schedule changes, program updates, etc.)
· Recent Activities of the Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Program
· Aquifer Conditions
D. Committee Reports
E. Individual Consideration
E.1 Consider EAA staff recommendation to approve the agenda for the
May 9, 2017, technical briefing.
E.2 Consider EAA staff recommendation to approve the agenda for the
May 9, 2017, regular meeting of the EAA Board of Directors.
F. Staff Reports
E.3 Receive report from EAA staff on legislation filed during the 85th
session of the Texas Legislature.
G. Closed Session
G.1 Closed Session.
1. Consultation with Attorney - Pending Litigation (§ 551.071)
Active Litigation:
League of United Latin Am. Citizens v. Edwards Aquifer Auth. (W.D.
Tex. filed June 21, 2012)
In re Jaffe, No. 16-50355 (W.D. Tex. filed Feb. 12, 2016)
Active Litigation - Enforcement:
Edwards Aquifer Auth. v. Barnard (274th Hays Cnty. filed Oct. 6,
2010)
Monitored Litigation:
Klamath Irrigation v. United States (Fed. Cl. filed 2001)
Perez v. Texas, No. 11-CV-360 (W.D. Tex. filed May 9, 2011)
Fort Stockton Holdings, L.P. v. Middle Pecos Groundwater
Conservation Dist., No. 08-15-382-CV (Tex. App.-El Paso notice
of appeal Dec. 29, 2015)
United States Fish & Wildlife Serv. v. People for the Ethical
Treatment of Property Owners (10th Cir. Mar. 29, 2017)
Weaks v. Tex. Commn on Envtl. Quality (353rd Travis Cnty. filed
Apr. 4, 2014)
City of Conroe v. Tramm (284th Montgomery Cnty. filed Aug. 31,
2015)
In re permits of Flying L Guest Ranch, Ltd., No. 955-16-2056
(SOAH ALJ remanded to board Feb. 23, 2017)
Tex. Commn on Envtl. Quality v. Graham, No. 03-17-00153-CV
(Tex. App.-Austin notice of appeal Mar. 1, 2017)
WildEarth Guardians v. Jewell (D.D.C. filed Dec. 14, 2015)
In re permit application of New Braunfels Utils., No. 582-16-6164
(SOAH referred Jan. 10, 2017)
Republic Water Co. of Tex., LLC v. Blackwelder (83rd Pecos Cnty.
Oct. 27, 2016)
2. Consultation with Attorney - Attorney/Client Privileged Consultations
(§ 551.071)
3. Consultation with Attorney - Settlement Offers (§ 551.071)
4. Consultation with Attorney (§ 551.071)
5. Deliberations Regarding Real Property (§ 551.072)
6. Deliberations Regarding Personnel Matters (§ 551.074)
H. Consider and take action on recommendation(s) regarding matters
deliberated in closed session.
I. Consider future agendas
J. Adjournment.
K. Written Reports


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Agency Name: Austin Community College
Date of Meeting: 05/01/2017
Time of Meeting: 05:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 5930 Middle Fiskville Rd
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003028
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Esther Sonen 512-223-7613
Agenda: AUSTIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
Austin, Texas

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Dr. Barbara P. Mink, Chair
Ms. Gigi Edwards Bryant, Vice Chair
Mr. Mark J. Williams, Secretary
Dr. Nan McRaven
Mr. Sean Hassan
Ms. Nicole Eversmann
Dr. Nora de Hoyos Comstock
Dr. Betty W. Hwang
Ms. Julie Ann Nitsch
________________________________________
Monday, May 1, 2017, 5:00 P.M.
Austin Community College District
Highland Business Center
2nd Floor, Board Room 201
5930 Middle Fiskville Road
Austin, Texas 78752

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Regular Meeting
AGENDA

I. Call to Order

II. Pledge of Allegiance

III. Recognitions and Achievements
Retiree Recognition Dr. Richard Rhodes
Mary Kohls ‒ 30 Years of Service with Phi Theta Kappa Dr. Richard Rhodes

IV. Citizen's Communication [3 minutes each]

V. Report from Associations [5 minutes each]
Adjunct Faculty Association Ms. Vanessa Faz
Classified Employees Association Mr. Bob Bohannan
Full-Time Faculty Senate Dr. Suzanne Summers
Association of Professional-Technical Employees Ms. Flor Mota
Student Government Association Mr. Soroush Omidvarnia

VI. Presidents Administrative Report
[Estimated Time 3 minutes] Dr. Richard Rhodes

VII. Reports to the Board
Financial Report March 2017 Mr. Neil Vickers
Child Care Briefing Dr. Molly Beth Malcolm

VIII. Consent Item(s)
(Estimated Time 5 minutes)

9506 Minutes of the April 3, 2017 Regular Meeting of the Austin Community College District Board of Trustees Trustees

9507 Board Action to Authorize the Board Chair to Execute the Attached Resale Deeds Mr. Neil Vickers

X. Discussion/Possible Action:

9508 Approval of Board Policy G-7 Out-of-District Tuition Mr. Neil Vickers
Secretary Mark Williams

9509 Adoption of FY 2018 Tuition and Fees
[Estimated Time 15 minutes] Mr. Neil Vickers

9510 Board Policy G-2 Purchasing
[Estimated Time 15 minutes] Mr. Neil Vickers
Secretary Mark Williams

9511 Update on District-wide Real Estate Issues Mr. Cobby Caputo

X. Executive Session
Consultation with legal counsel regarding pending or contemplated litigation, or a settlement offer, or on any non-litigation matter on which the Board seeks or needs to receive legal advice, pursuant to Government Code §551.071; the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property pursuant to Government Code §551.072; relating to deliberations regarding a negotiated contract for a prospective gift or donation pursuant to Government Code §551.073; and/or relating to personnel matters pursuant to Government Code §551.074.
The Board may go into executive session to deliberate regarding real property, prospective gifts, personnel matters, and security devices as specifically listed on this agenda. The Board of Trustees may also announce it will go into Executive Session, if necessary, to receive advice from Legal Counsel regarding any item on this agenda.

XI. Reconvene

XII. Board Member Closing Comments

XIII. Adjournment

The agenda is also available on the ACC web site: www.austincc.edu




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Agency Name: Tri-County Community Action, Inc.
Date of Meeting: 05/01/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 214 Nacogodoches Street
City Location: Center
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002918
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Yolonda Neal
Agenda: TRI-COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION, INC
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
CENTER, TEXAS
May 1, 2017
6:30 pm


AGENDA MEMORANDUM


1. Call Meeting to Order/Establish Quorum

2. Welcome/Promise of Community Action

3. Put Agenda in Order

4. Board Training Roles and Responsibilities (Attachment A)

5. Approval of Minutes of April 3, 2017 Meeting (Attachment B) (Action Item)

6. Review and Approve Board Members Absences (Action Item)

7. Finance Report (Attachment C) (Action Item)

8. Governance, Leadership Screener (Attachment D)

9. Amended CEAP Contract (Attachment E)

10. Result from CLASS Monitoring (Attachment F) (Action Item)

11. Reports from Standing Committees (Action Item)

1. Executive Committee
2. Budget & Finance Committee`
3. Planning & Evaluation Committee
4. Personnel Committee
5. Nominating Committee
6. Human Rights Committee
7. Personnel Policies & By-laws Committee
8. Fund Raising Committee

Discussion/Information Only

12. Self-Assessment Re-Cap will be May 17, 2017 10 a.m. at the Piney Woods Outreach Center 255 Haley Drive. Encouraging Board members to attend

13. The Head Start/Early Head Start Program, along with the CSBG and programs will
be hosting its annual Pre-service training July 31, 2017 August 2, 2017.

14. TACCA Conference

The Texas Association of Community Action Agencys conference will be held in Austin, Texas May 10-12, 2017.

15. Graduation

Head Start Graduation will take place May 2017 for Head Start Children.

16. Departmental Updates

17. Program Report & Activities

A. Community Service
1. Household Served Report
B. Head Start
1. Enrollment report
2. Attendance report
3. Meal/Snack Count
4. Program Summaries
5. Policy Council Minutes

18. Executive Session

An executive session will be held for the purpose of discussing personnel matters.
This closed session is authorized by Texas Open Meetings Act.

19. Re-Open Meeting

Items discussed in Executive Session.

20. Adjourn/Next Meeting Date and Location (Action Item)

The next meeting is scheduled for Monday, June 5, 2017, 214 Nacogdoches St., Center, Tx



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Agency Name: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Architectural Barriers Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1106 Clayton Lane, Suite 125E
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002895
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Delia Luna, Program Specialist, 512-583-7151
Agenda: If you require auxiliary aids, services or materials in an alternate format contact the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation at least 5 working days prior to the meeting date. Phone: (512) 475-4765, FAX: (512) 475-2874, E-MAIL: Advisory.Boards@tdlr.texas.gov, TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).

Watch the meeting on TDLR's YouTube channel at
https://www.youtube.com/user/TexasLicensing

A. Call to Order

B. Roll Call, Certification of Quorum, Introductions

C. Approval of Minutes Meeting of March 7, 2017

D. Public Comment
**Any person wishing to address the Advisory Committee should complete a
Public Comment Form and submit it to the Executive Assistant**

E. Staff Reports Briefing from staff and discussion:
1. Executive Office Report
a. Personnel Updates
b. Legislative Updates
c. Recent Developments
2. Compliance Division Report
a. Public Outreach and Education
b. Projects
c. Statistics
3. Education and Examination Division Report
a. Projects
b. Personnel Updates
c. Statistics and Trends
4. Enforcement Division Report
a. Case Highlights
b. Enforcement Statistics
5. Licensing Division Report
a. Licensing statistics

F. Report from Rules and Technical Memoranda workgroups

G. Presentation on future Architectural Barriers system, (Texas Architectural Barriers System)

H. Discussion of the Registered Accessibility Specialists procedures

I. Discussion of the Public Right of Way Accessibility Guide and appointment of workgroup members

J. Recommendations for agenda items for next meeting

K. Discussion of date, time and location of next meeting

L. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 101 East 15th Street, Room 244
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002855
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Les Trobman, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street, Room 608 Austin, Texas 78701-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:

TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION MEETING

The Texas Workforce Commission will conduct a work session beginning at:

9:30 a.m.
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Texas Workforce Commission
101 East 15th Street, Room 244
Austin, Texas 78701-0001

AGENDA

System Performance

Staff will brief the Commission concerning: the state of the Texas and national economies; the Agencys state, federal, and TWC-created performance measures; the Agencys budget; and the status of all funding approved by the Commission. The work session will also include a briefing on the state of the overall economy and labor market in Texas as compared to the U.S.

Staff presentations will include discussion of issues contributing to variance from expectations. Agency staff may receive questions and direction from the Commission regarding how to address issues raised by the Agencys performance measures, how performance measures can be achieved, issues raised about the Commissions budget, and the status of all funding approved by the Commission.

Information Technology

Staff will update the Commission on the following information technology projects: Enterprise Contracting System; PC Refresh; IT Enterprise Support Initiatives; Tax Electronic Correspondence; Web Appeals Integration; Tele-Center Upgrade; Enhancements to UI Systems; Workforce and UI Portal; Plan Procurements for Long Term Solutions; Enhancements to Workforce Systems; Treasury Offset Program Benefits; Treasure Offset Program Tax; and Supply and Demand Tool. The Commission will discuss, consider and take possible action on staff recommendations regarding the performance and budget of these projects and ongoing Agency information technology operations.


Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids, services, or special accommodations should contact Conference and Media Services at (512) 463-6389 or by email at conferenceplanning.media@twc.state.tx.us at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements can be made.



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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 101 East 15th Street, Room 244
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002917
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Les Trobman, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street, Room 608 Austin, Texas 78701-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:
CONTINUATION OF THE MAY 2, 2017 COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA . . .

Docket 18

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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 101 East 15th Street, Room 244
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003031
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Les Trobman, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street, Room 608 Austin, Texas 78778-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:
THIS AGENDA HAS BEEN REVISED TO REFLECT ITEMS THAT HAVE BEEN REMOVED. NO NEW ITEMS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THE ORIGINAL TRD NUMBER REFERENCED ABOVE.

TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION
TWC Building - Room 244
101 East 15th Street
Austin, Texas 78701-0001

COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
9:00 a.m.
DOCKET 18

THE FOLLOWING AGENDA ITEMS MAY NOT NECESSARILY BE CONSIDERED IN THE ORDER THEY APPEAR

1. Call to Order

2. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Whether to Assume Continuing Jurisdiction on Unemployment Compensation Cases, Wage Claim Cases, and/or Tax Liability Cases and Reconsideration of Unemployment Compensation Cases, Wage Claim Cases, and/or Tax Liability Cases, if Any
Sherri Miller
3. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Tax Liability Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Docket 18 (Cases will be heard for Docket 18.)
Jennifer Turner

4. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Fair Housing Cases listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Docket 18 (No cases will be heard on Docket 18.)
Jennifer Turner

5. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Higher Level Appeals in Wage Claim Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Docket 18
Sherri Miller

6. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Higher Level Appeals in Unemployment Compensation Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Docket 18
Sherri Miller

7. Public Comment
Les Trobman

8. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding the Texas Workforce Commission Appropriations Request (Including Exceptional Items and Riders) for the FY 2018-2019 Biennium
Randy Townsend and Chris Nelson

9. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Legislative Proposals by the Texas Workforce Commission to the 85th Texas Legislature, Regular Session 2017
Tom McCarty and Michael Britt

10. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Enacted, Proposed or Considered Federal Regulations, Executive Orders, or Federal or State Enacted or Proposed Legislation
Tom McCarty

11. Report and Update by the Executive Director and Staff Regarding Administrative Matters, Including Internal Policies and Procedures, Customer and Board Service Issues, Status of Current or Potential Project Assignments, Organizational Matters and Responsibilities of the Agencys Divisions
Larry Temple

12. THE FOLLOWING MAY BE DISCUSSED IN EXECUTIVE SESSION OR OPEN MEETING AND HAVE ACTION TAKEN IN AN OPEN MEETING:
a) Government Code §551.074(a)(1) The Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Reassignment, Duties, Discipline, or Dismissal of the Executive Director
b) Government Code §551.074(a)(1) The Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Reassignment, Duties, Discipline, or Dismissal of the Internal Auditor
c) Government Code §551.074(a)(1) The Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Reassignment, Duties, Accomplishments, Performance, Goals, and Responsibilities of the Executive Staff and Other Personnel
d) Government Code §551.071(1) Contemplated Litigation or Pending Litigation
e) Government Code §551.071(2) All Matters Identified in This Agenda Where the Commission Seeks the Advice of Its Attorney as Privileged Communications under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas and to Discuss the Open Meetings Act and the Administrative Procedures Act

13. The next Commission meeting is set for 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 9, 2017

14. Adjournment

Notes:

Audio webcasts of TWC Commission meetings are available at http://www.twc.state.tx.us/events. Please note that a user cannot click on the link in the Texas Register and get to the site but must cut and paste the address into the browser address line.

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids, services, or special accommodations should contact Conference and Media Services at (512) 463-6389 or conferenceplanning.media@twc.state.tx.us at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Persons with questions regarding agenda content should contact Kim Bergmann, Office of General Counsel at (512) 463-7903.

Special Hearings Tax Cases for Docket 18:

TD-16-132-1016
TD-16-142-1016

Wage Claim Cases for Docket 18:

15-056112-4
15-056193-0
15-061483-0
16-051493-0
16-051795-6
16-051928-2
16-052051-5
16-052645-9
16-054092-3
16-054451-1
16-056119-0
16-056854-2

Docket 18

44016-4
1476938-2
1492324-3
1597904-7
1699706-2
1699708-2
1720770-2
1932724-2
1985398-2
2054214-3
2068256-6
2075913-2
2076157-2
2077668-5
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2080956-2
2084057-6
2088587-7
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2098871-3
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2136429-2
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2136622-2
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2136777-2
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2136843-2
2136899-2
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2136926-2
2136930-2
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2137037-2
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2137215-2
2137351-2
2137361-2
2137433-2
2137465-2
2137724-2
2137728-2
2137791-2
2137814-2
2137844-2
2137980-2
2137984-2
2138028-2
2138108-2
2138155-2
2138185-2
2138227-2
2138238-2
2138335-2
2138378-2
2138383-2
2138548-2
2138667-2
2138678-2
2138811-2
2138840-2
2138850-2
2138878-2
2139053-2
2139107-2
2139190-2
2139307-2
2139363-2
2139429-2
2139443-2
2139668-2
2140436-2
2141559-2
2141768-2
2141770-2
2142545-2
2143152-2
2145989-2


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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 101 East 15th Street, Room 244
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002915
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Les Trobman, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street, Room 608 Austin, Texas 78701-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:

TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION
TWC Building - Room 244
101 East 15th Street
Austin, Texas 78701-0001

COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
9:00 a.m.
DOCKETS 17 and 18

**Please Note: After the Commission Meeting on April 25, 2017 Docket 17 and Items 7, 10 and 11 may be removed.

THE FOLLOWING AGENDA ITEMS MAY NOT NECESSARILY BE CONSIDERED IN THE ORDER THEY APPEAR

1. Call to Order

2. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Whether to Assume Continuing Jurisdiction on Unemployment Compensation Cases, Wage Claim Cases, and/or Tax Liability Cases and Reconsideration of Unemployment Compensation Cases, Wage Claim Cases, and/or Tax Liability Cases, if Any
Sherri Miller
3. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Tax Liability Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Dockets 17 and 18 (Cases will be heard for Dockets 17 and 18.)
Jennifer Turner

4. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Fair Housing Cases listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Dockets 17 and 18 (No cases will be heard on Dockets 17 and 18.)
Jennifer Turner

5. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Higher Level Appeals in Wage Claim Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Dockets 17 and 18
Sherri Miller

6. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Higher Level Appeals in Unemployment Compensation Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Dockets 17 and 18
Sherri Miller

7. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Determination of Reasonable Cause, Complaint Number: 31C-2016-01158C; TWC Number: 1A16705, Pursuant to Texas Labor Code Section 21.206
Lowell Keig

8. Public Comment
Les Trobman

9. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding the Texas Workforce Commission Appropriations Request (Including Exceptional Items and Riders) for the FY 2018-2019 Biennium
Randy Townsend and Chris Nelson

10. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding an Amendment to the Federal Fiscal Year 2017 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment and Training (SNAP E&T) State Plan for Submission to the U.S. Department of Agriculture
Jason Vaden and Joel Mullins

11. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Approval of Local Workforce Development Board Nominees
John Fuller

12. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Legislative Proposals by the Texas Workforce Commission to the 85th Texas Legislature, Regular Session 2017
Tom McCarty and Michael Britt

13. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Enacted, Proposed or Considered Federal Regulations, Executive Orders, or Federal or State Enacted or Proposed Legislation
Tom McCarty

14. Report and Update by the Executive Director and Staff Regarding Administrative Matters, Including Internal Policies and Procedures, Customer and Board Service Issues, Status of Project Assignments, Organizational Matters and Responsibilities of the Agencys Divisions
Larry Temple

15. THE FOLLOWING MAY BE DISCUSSED IN EXECUTIVE SESSION OR OPEN MEETING AND HAVE ACTION TAKEN IN AN OPEN MEETING:
a) Government Code §551.074(a)(1) The Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Reassignment, Duties, Discipline, or Dismissal of the Executive Director
b) Government Code §551.074(a)(1) The Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Reassignment, Duties, Discipline, or Dismissal of the Internal Auditor
c) Government Code §551.074(a)(1) The Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Reassignment, Duties, Accomplishments, Performance, Goals, and Responsibilities of the Executive Staff and Other Personnel
d) Government Code §551.071(1) Contemplated Litigation or Pending Litigation
e) Government Code §551.071(2) All Matters Identified in This Agenda Where the Commission Seeks the Advice of Its Attorney as Privileged Communications under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas and to Discuss the Open Meetings Act and the Administrative Procedures Act

16. The next Commission meeting is set for 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 9, 2017

17. Adjournment

Notes:

Audio webcasts of TWC Commission meetings are available at http://www.twc.state.tx.us/events. Please note that a user cannot click on the link in the Texas Register and get to the site but must cut and paste the address into the browser address line.

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids, services, or special accommodations should contact Conference and Media Services at (512) 463-6389 or conferenceplanning.media@twc.state.tx.us at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Persons with questions regarding agenda content should contact Kim Bergmann, Office of General Counsel at (512) 463-7903.








Special Hearings Tax Cases for Docket 17

TD-16-118-0816
TD-16-123-0816


Special Hearings Tax Cases for Docket 18

TD-16-132-1016
TD-16-142-1016

Wage Claim Cases for Docket 17:


14-062131-5
15-050185-7
15-053808-4
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Agency Name: Red River Compact Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Red River Compact Commission
Status: Active
Street Location: Regional Commerce Center (Caddo-Bossier Port), 6000 Doug Attaway Blvd., Shreveport, Louisiana, 7115
City Location: Shreveport, Louisiana
Meeting State: LA
TRD ID: 2017002305
Submit Date: 04/04/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Please call Suzy Valentine, P.E., Engineer Advisor, at (512) 239-4730 for more information.
Agenda: DRAFT AGENDA
RED RIVER COMPACT COMMISSION
37TH ANNUAL MEETING
Regional Commerce Center (Caddo-Bossier Port)
6000 Doug Attaway Blvd., Shreveport, LA 71115
Monday, May 1, 2017 Room 336, Regional Commerce Center
1:00 p.m. Engineering Committee
2:30 p.m. Environmental and Natural Resources Committee
3:30 p.m. Legal Committee
4:00 p.m. Budget Committee
4:30 p.m. Tour of the port facilities (RSVP to Richard Brontoli)
6:30 p.m. Dinner TBD (on your own) (RSVP to Ed Knight)
Tuesday, May 2, 2017 Room 301B, Regional Commerce Center
8:30 a.m. Red River Compact Commission Annual Meeting
I. Call to Order
II. Welcome and Introductions
III. Approval of the Agenda
IV. Approval of the Minutes of the April 26, 2016, RRCC Annual Meeting
V. Report of the Chairman
VI. Report of the Treasurer
VII. Report of the Commissioners
A. Louisiana
B. Arkansas
C. Texas
D. Oklahoma
VIII. Report of the Committees
A. Budget Committee
Red River Compact Commission Annual Meeting Agenda
May 2, 2017
Louisiana
Page 2
B. Legal Committee
C. Engineering Committee Suzy Valentine
1. Reach IV, Subbasin 2 Compact Compliance Methods
2. Other
D. Environmental and Natural Resources Committee
IX. Federal Agency Reports
A. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
B. Bureau of Reclamation
C. U.S. Geological Survey
D. Natural Resources Conservation Service
X. Discussion Topics
XI. New Business
A. Annual Report Schedule and Assignments
B. Commission Assignments to Committees
C. Election of Officers
D. Appointments or Changes to Committees
E. 38th Annual Meeting Arkansas to host
XII. Update on America's Watershed Initiative-- Harald "Jordy" Jordahl
XIII. As needed--
XIV. Public Comment
XV. Adjournment
Potential 2nd tour of the Port facilities for those unable to participate in Monday's tour


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Agency Name: University Interscholastic League
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: State Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 2600 La Frontera Blvd
City Location: Round Rock
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002952
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ed Stidham
Agenda:
AGENDA
Three-Member Panel of the
State Executive Committee
University Interscholastic League
Austin Marriott North
2600 La Frontera Blvd
Round Rock, TX 78681
May 2, 2017

A three-member panel of the UIL State Executive Committee will convene on May 2, 2017 at the Austin Marriott North, 2600 La Frontera Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78681, according to the following agenda, unless otherwise announced by the Chairman.

BUSINESS MEETING A-G

Time Agenda Item Individual Responsible
9:00 am A. Quorum Determination Chair
B. Adoption of Agenda
C. Adoption of Meeting Rules

EVIDENTIARY HEARINGS AND OPEN MEETINGS (AA-BB)

At this point on the agenda, the Committee will conduct evidentiary hearings, pursuant to Subchapter H of the UIL Constitution and Contest Rules on the matters listed below. Individuals who are offering evidence for consideration by the Committee are asked to make their presentations as brief as possible.

9:05 am AA. Corpus Christi Veterans Memorial High School: Consideration of Student Eligibility under Section 403(f), Eligibility Athletics and Section 442, Residence in School District and Attendance Zone

9:50 am BB. Longview Pine Tree High School: Section 1208(i)(1), Ejection from a Contest, Coach Katie Keith

BUSINESS MEETING (CONTINUED D)

10:20 am D. Discussion regarding SEC precedent manual
E. New Business
F. Announcements
G. Adjourn

EXECUTIVE SESSION

THE STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MAY GO INTO CLOSED (EXECUTIVE) SESSION ON ANY ITEM LISTED ON THE AGENDA WHERE AUTHORIZED BY THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT, TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE, CHAPTER 551.
1. Pursuant to Government Code, Section 551.071, Members of the UIL State Executive Committee may consult with their attorney concerning pending or contemplated litigation, and all matters identified in the agenda where the Committee members seek the advice of their attorney as privileged communications under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas.
2. Action, if any, in Open Session on items discussed in closed (executive) session.

Meetings of the UIL State Executive Committee are open to the public except for any closed (executive) session held in compliance with Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons interested in a UIL State Executive Committee hearing and desiring communication with the Committee or any special accommodations should contact the UIL Office at least two working days prior to the meeting. The UIL Office is open Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The UIL Office may be contacted by phone (512) 471-5883; fax (512) 471-5908; email info@uiltexas.org. The UILs physical address is 1701 Manor Road, Austin, Texas 78722.


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Agency Name: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Financial Literacy Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1200 E. Anderson Lane Board Room
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002577
Submit Date: 04/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Charles Puls, Deputy Assistant Commissioner Student Financial Aid Programs P.O. Box 12788; Austin, TX 78711 512-427-6365
Agenda: Agenda

A. Welcome and Overview of Meeting

B. Consideration of Approval of Minutes for April 6, 2017 meeting

C. Discussion: Small group discussions regarding the scope of FLAC's efforts
(Curriculum Development and Parental Focus)

Lunch

D. Discussion: Review of proposals from all small group (Programming/Resources, Curriculum Development, Loan Counseling, Parental Focus, and Partnerships)

E. Adjournment



Individuals who may require auxiliary aids or services for this meeting should contact Tonia Scaperlanda ADA Coordinator, at 512.427.6193 at least five days before the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


CERTIFICATION
I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.


CERTIFYING OFFICIAL:
Bill Franz
General Counsel




Texas Penal Code Section 46.035(c) states: "A license holder commits an offense if the license holder intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly carries a handgun under the authority of Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code, regardless of whether the handgun is concealed or carried in a shoulder or belt holster, in the room or rooms where a meeting of a governmental entity is held and if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code, and the entity provided notice as required by that chapter." Thus, no person can carry a handgun and enter the room or rooms where a meeting of the THECB is held if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code.

Please Note that this governmental meeting is, in the opinion of counsel representing THECB, an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code and THECB is providing notice of this meeting as required by Chapter 551. In addition, please note that the written communication required by Texas Penal Code Sections 30.06 and 30.07, prohibiting both concealed and open carry of handguns by Government Code Chapter 411 licensees, will be posted at the entrances to this governmental meeting.



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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002794
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, dana@arts.texas.gov (512) 936-6570
Agenda: To evaluate Dance applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas State Board of Pharmacy
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board Business Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Room 2-225
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002721
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Contact Person - Becky Damon @ (512) 305-8026
Agenda: A G E N D A

A. Announcements

Meeting Procedures

Board Members

Staff

Continuing Education

B. Discussion and Approval of Minutes

TSBP Board Business Meeting
Held February 7, 2017

TSBP Executive Committee Meeting
Held February 7, 2017

Temporary Suspension Hearings

C. Discussion of and Possible Action Regarding Rules

C.1 Final Adoption of Rules

C.1.1 Amendments to §281.61 Concerning the Definition of
Discipline Authorized

C.1.2 Amendments to §281.65 Concerning Administrative
Penalty for Class E Pharmacies Operating Withouta Texas Licensed Pharmacist-in-Charge

C.1.3 Amendments to §291.3 Concerning Notification

C.1.4 Amendments to §291.52 Concerning the Definition of
Full-Time Pharmacist

C.1.5 Amendments to §315.3 Concerning Earliest Fill
Date for Schedule II Prescriptions

C.2 Proposal of Rules

C.2.1 Amendments to §291.32 Concerning Dispensing
Pharmacist Responsibilities

C.2.2 Amendments to §291.33 Concerning Library
Requirements

C.2.3 Amendments to §291.34 Concerning Documenting
Identity of Pharmacist Receiving Orally or Telephonically Transmitted Prescriptions; and Transferring Controlled Substance Prescriptions

C.2.4 Amendments to §291.76 Concerning Withdrawal of
Drugs in Class ASC Pharmacies

C.2.5 Amendments to §291.77 Concerning Licensing
Requirements for Class C-S Pharmacies

C.2.6 Amendments to §291.93 Concerning Practitioners
Initiating Therapy in Class D (Clinic) Pharmacies

D. Discussion of and Possible Action Concerning
Reports of Committees/Task Forces

D.1 Update on Task Force on Implementation of Rules
Relating to USP General Chapter 800 - Hazardous Drugs

D.2 Pilot Project Concerning Lamb County Telepharmacy

E. Discussion of and Possible Action Concerning the
Following Reports and Discussions

E.1 Financial Update

E.1.1 Review of FY2017 Expenditures

E.1.2 Review of Board Member Travel Budget

E.1.3 Consideration of Material Changes to Contracts for
Goods and Services Awarded Under Chapter 2155 of Texas Government Code

E.1.4 Update on Legislative Appropriations Request for
FY2018-2019

E.1.5 Review and Approval of TSBP Revenue Projections

E.2 Update Concerning Program to Aid Impaired
Pharmacists and Pharmacy Students

E.2.1 Update on Number of Participating Individuals

E.2.2 Professional Recovery Network (PRN)

E.2.2.1 Presentation and Discussion Concerning PRN
Expenditures and Activities by PRN Director Courtney Hulbert

E.3 Report on Internal Risk Assessment

E.4 Review and Approval of FY2018 Calendar of Events

E.5 Discussion of §291.131 Pharmacies Compounding Non-
Sterile Preparations and §291.133 Pharmacies Compounding Sterile Preparations and the Information Required in a Written Agreement with the Practitioner or Pharmacy Who Receives a Compounded Product

E.6 Discussion Concerning the Use of Color Coded
Containers When Dispensing Prescription Medications

E.7 Report on Implementation of ExCPT Exam

E.8 Report on Appeals from State Office of
Administrative Hearings Cases and Other Court Actions

E.9 Prescription Monitoring Program Report

E.10 Update on Legislation Being Considered During the
85th Texas Legislative Session that has an Impact on TSBP and/or the Practice of Pharmacy

F. Disciplinary Orders

F.1 Consideration of Proposal for Decision

F.2 Report on Agreed Board Orders Entered by Executive
Director

F.3 Discussion of and Action on Proposed Agreed Board
Orders and Proposed Default Board Orders

F.4 Executive Session to Consider Confidential Agreed
Board Orders

F.5 Discussion of and Action on Proposed Remedial
Plans

G. Consideration of and Possible Action Concerning
the Following Enforcement Reports

G.1 Report on Complaints Closed and Dismissed During
the Previous Quarter

G.2 Report on Status of Active/Pending Complaints

H. Miscellaneous

H.1 Items to be Placed on Agenda for August 2017 Board
Meeting

H.2 Discussion of and Possible Action on Recent
Conferences and Events

Texas Pharmacy Association (TPA)
Spring Leadership Symposium, Austin, TX
March 20, 2017

Texas Society of Health System Pharmacists (TSHP)
Annual Seminar, Galveston, TX
April 28-30, 2017

H.3 Discussion of and Possible Action on Upcoming
Conferences and Events

Technician Informal Conference, Austin,
May 18,2017
(Abeldt)

National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP)
Annual Meeting, Orlando FL
May 20-23, 2017

American Society of Health System Pharmacists
(ASHP)Summer Meeting, Minneapolis, MN
June 3-7, 2017

Informal Conference, Austin, June 6-8, 2017
(Tijerina)

Technician Informal Conference, Austin,
June 22, 2017
(Miller)

Texas Pharmacy Association (TPA)
RX Experts Conference & Exposition, San Antonio, TX
July 6-9, 2017

Informal Conference, Austin, July 11-13, 2017
(Waggener)

Technician Informal Conference, Austin,
July 27, 2017
(Miller)

TSBP Board Business Meeting, Austin
August 1, 2017

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THE TEXAS STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY MAY ENTER EXECUTIVE SESSION TO CONSIDER ANY AGENDA ITEM WHEN PERMITTED BY TEXAS LAW.

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Cathy Stella at (Voice) 512/305-8000, (FAX) 512/305-8075, or TDD 1-800/735-2989. Requests for reasonable accommodations should be made five working days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Upper Pecos Soil and Water Conservation Board
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1415 West Third Street
City Location: Pecos
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002971
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mary Ann Canon, Secretary (432) 445-3196
Agenda: 1. Call Meeting to Order
2. Approve minutes of April 4, 2017
3. Approve bank balances as of April 30, 2017
4. Pay Bills
5. Review and Approve Monthly bank statements as of April 30, 2017
6. NRCS Activity Reports
7. State Board Report
8. Water Quality Management Plan Program
9. Review and approve 2017 Association Quota
10. Update on Tebuthiuron Field Day
11. Approve Directors' mileage reimbursement for 2nd Qtr (Dec, Jan, Feb)
12. Approve Payment Request CAP Fiscal Year 2017
13. Approve TA-Reimbursement for March 2017 wages
14. Approve 2016 W-2, W-3, 1099 and 1096 submissions
15. Approve 2016 941 for 4th Qtr
16. Approve 2017 941 for 1st Qtr
17. Building Operations
18. Old Business
19. New Business
20. Adjourn

Next Meeting: June 6, 2017


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Agency Name: Hill Country Community MHDD Center
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Y.O. Ranch Hotel & Conference Center, 2033 Sidney Baker St
City Location: Kerrville
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002930
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Maria Baskett, (830) 258-5419
Agenda: 1. Meeting Called to Order
2. Roll Call
3. Invocation
4. Approval of Minutes
5. Citizens Comments (Citizens Comments may be limited to three minutes per person. Pursuant to the Texas Open Meetings Act, the Board is limited in its ability to respond to Citizens Comments.)
6. Introductions and Announcements
7. Citizens Advisory Committee Quarterly Report
8. Executive Directors Report
Board training
Results of DADS TxHmL and HCS reviews
Follow-up to DADS annual authority review
10% holdback measures
CSU occupancy rate report
State baseline measures for LOCs
CSU governing body report
1115 Waiver update
Annual picnic report
Performance hours
Legislative activities
IDD Service Coordination
Credentialing
Benefits Year-to-Date report
9. Texas Council Report
10. 2nd Quarter Contracts
11. Discussion and Possible Action Concerning Executive Directors Performance Evaluation
12. Discussion and Possible Action Concerning 2nd Quarter Fiscal Status
13. Discussion and Possible Action Concerning Operating Budget Plan of Correction
14. Banking Resolution Amend Signatories for Local Bank Accounts
15. EXECUTIVE SESSION: In accordance with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code, Subchapter D, the Board may convene in a closed session to discuss any of the following items or others as provided by Section 551.7 defined and allowed; any final action or vote taken will be in public.
(A) Deliberate pending/contemplated litigation, settlement offer(s), and matters concerning privileged and unprivileged client information deemed confidential by Rule 1.05 of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct in accordance with Section 551.071, of the Texas Government Code.
(B) Deliberate and consider the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property, in accordance with Section 551.072, of the Texas Government Code.
(C) Deliberate and consult regarding prospective gifts, in accordance with Section 571.073 of the Texas Government Code.
(D) Deliberate and consider personnel matters in accordance with Section 551.074 of the Texas Government Code.
(E) Deliberate and consider the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation, of security personnel or devices or a security audit, in accordance with Section 551.076.
NOTE: The Board reserves the right to retire into executive session concerning any of the items listed on this Agenda whenever it is considered necessary and legally justified under the Open Meetings Act (Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code).
16. Action Item(s) Resulting From Executive Session
17. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Canyon Regional Water Authority
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Construction Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 850 Lakeside Pass
City Location: New Braunfels
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002946
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ritzie Watkins 830-609-0543
Agenda: Item 1. Open Meeting
Item 2. Report on the progress of Wells Ranch II Project from River City Engineering and LNV Engineering and make recommendations on the following items
1. Report on TWDB Approvals and release of Pay Requests
2. Report on Cathodic protection measures in the project and possible Change Order
3. Report on any pending Change Orders
4. Status of Project Timelines
5. Other Issues
Item 3. Discussion and possible recommendations to the Board regarding the Construction of the Ozone expansion project for Lake Dunlap Water Treatment Plant along with status of construction costs.
Item 4. Discussion and possible recommendation regarding the funding for improvements on the Hays Caldwell Water Treatment Plant and addition of Ozone treatment.
Item 5. Discussion and possible recommendation about possible acquisition of additional Right of Way for the Crystal Clear line.
Item 6. Discussion and possible recommendation regarding the repair of Clarifiers at the Lake Dunlap WTP and the Hays Caldwell WTP and painting of the Hwy 46 elevated tank.
Item 7. Report on the progress regarding a proposal from Koch Membrane or others for changing fiber at Lake Dunlap WTP.
Item 8 Items for the next Construction Committee Meeting
Item 9. Adjourn
Construction Committee
Albert Strzelczyk, Chairman
Jack Carson
Bill Seiler
Carol Peters
James Pederson


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Agency Name: San Antonio Water System
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2800 US Hwy 281 North
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003014
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: For assistance, please contact the Board Administrator at 210-233-3690.
Agenda: AGENDA

MEETING OF THE
SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
May 2, 2017, 9:00 A.M.
6th Floor Board Room #609
Administrative Offices
2800 U. S. Hwy 281 North, San Antonio, Texas 78212


1. MEETING CALLED TO ORDER.

2. Announcements.

A. The San Antonio Water System Board of Trustees will, during the Meeting, close the Meeting and hold an Executive Session pursuant to and in accordance with Chapter 551 of the Texas Open Meetings Act. The Board of Trustees may, at any time during the Meeting, close the Meeting and hold an Executive Session for consultation with its attorneys concerning any of the matters to be considered during the Meeting pursuant to Chapter 551 of the Texas Open Meetings Act.


3. Minutes.

A. Approval of the Minutes of the San Antonio Water System Board of Trustees Regular Board Meeting of March 7, 2017.


4. Ceremonial and Recognition Items.

5. Public Comment.


CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS
Items 6 13

ITEMS CONCERNING THE PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT,
MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES

6. A Resolution accepting recommendations regarding the contracting for certain services, equipment, materials, and supplies, and authorizing the acceptance of bids as follows: (DOUG EVANSON YVONNE TORRES)

A. Award of New One Time Purchases of Materials, Equipment and Services.

1. Approving a one-time purchase from Sam Packs Five Star Ford to provide: one each 10,000 GVWR (minimum) 4x4, single rear wheel, wide and long type bed (no outside fenders) crew-cab pickup truck, Bid No. 17-17016, Item 3, for a total of $47,678.00.

2. Approving a one-time purchase from Sam Packs Five Star Ford to provide: two each 9,900 GVWR (minimum) 4x2 extended cab, wide and long bed, single rear wheels pickup truck with 1,300 lb. liftgate, Bid No. 17-17016, Item 5, for a total of $66,588.00.

3. Approving a one-time purchase from Sam Packs Five Star Ford to provide: one each 9,900 GVWR (minimum) 4x4 extended cab, wide and long type bed, single rear wheel pickup truck, Bid No. 17-17016, Item 6, for a total of $35,978.00.

4. Approving a one-time purchase from Ancira Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge & Ram to provide: two each 9,900 GVWR (minimum) two-wheel drive, extended cab truck with installed service body with additional large storage boxes, Bid No. 17-17016, Item 1, for a total of $90,298.00.

5. Approving a one-time purchase from Ancira Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge & Ram to provide: five each 9,900 GVWR (minimum) two-wheel drive, extended cab truck with installed service body, Bid No. 17-17016, Item 2, for a total of $223,245.00.

6. Approving a one-time purchase from Ancira Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge & Ram to provide: two each 9,900 GVWR (minimum) 4x2 extended cab, wide and long bed, single rear wheels pickup truck with 1,300 lb. liftgate, Bid No. 17-17016, Item 4, for a total of $64,300.00.

7. Approving a one-time purchase from Immix Technology, Inc. to provide: Kronos clocks and maintenance, Bid No. 17-17037, for a total of $146,331.36.

B. Award of New and Renewal Annual Goods & Services Requirement Contract and Maintenance Agreements. Estimated annual purchases are based on unit prices bid. Actual totals and quantities may vary from the estimate.

1. Authorizing the extension of an existing contract of Matheson Tri-Gas, Inc. to provide: annual contract for welding gasses and welding supplies, Bid No. 15-0206, for a total of $63,269.62.

2. Acceptance of the bid of Brenntag Southwest, Inc. to provide: annual contract for purchase and delivery of 10% sodium hypochlorite solution, Bid No. 17-1421, for a total of $249,900.00.

3. Acceptance of the bid of SWT Quality Fasteners to provide: biennial contract for fasteners, stainless steel bolts, screws, anchors and rivets, Bid No. 17-5043, Groups 1, 2 & 3, for a total of $227,263.12.

4. Acceptance of the bid of DXI Industries, Inc. to provide: annual contract for sodium hydroxide, Bid No. 17-16045, for a total of $604,858.98.

5. Acceptance of the bid of Hayworth c/o Wittigs to provide: annual contract for office furniture, U.S. Communities Contract 4400003402, Bid No. 17-8007, for a total of $100,000.00.

6. Rescinding the award of the contract from Alterman, Inc. to provide: annual contract for electrical maintenance and repair services, Bid No. 16-16072, for a total return of $(942,882.92). Approved on September 13, 2016 by Board Resolution No. 16-218, Item 6.B.2.


CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTS

PROJECTS INVOLVING IMPROVEMENTS,
EXTENSIONS AND ADDITIONAL CAPACITY

Developer Customer Contracts

7. A Resolution approving Utility Service Agreements to provide water and/or wastewater service to the tracts listed below requiring potential oversizing of mains (OVR), and/or are located outside the San Antonio Water System water and/or wastewater Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (CCN). (GENOVEVA GOMEZ SAM MILLS)


No. Tract Name Developer Acres W
EDUs WW EDUs CoSA / CoSA ETJ / Outside
EARZ/ CZ Board Reason W
CCN WW CCN
1 Kallison Family Tract Kallison Ranch of Virginia Limited Partnership, L.L.P. & Miller Kallison Ranch L.L.P. 100 1000 0 COSA ETJ OUTSIDE OVR INSIDE INSIDE
2 OReilly Auto Parts Helotes TX Tract OReilly Auto Enterprises, LLC. 1.06 10 5 COSA ETJ INSIDE CCN INSIDE OUTSIDE
3 Cantex-Toepperwein Tract FSCF III LLC 6.45 44 21 COSA ETJ OUTSIDE CCN / IFC INSIDE OUTSIDE
4 Paul Vogt Lodge No. 234 Tract Paul Vogt Lodge No. 234 1 2 0 COSA ETJ INSIDE CCN OUTSIDE OUTSIDE
Totals 108.51 1,056 26
Water and Sewer Line Improvements

8. A Resolution ratifying the actions of the Vice President of Engineering and Construction in approving Change Order No. 10 in the amount of $143,343.43 to the construction contract with Spiess Construction Co., Inc. in connection with the C5 Culebra Castroville to Laredo and C28 Zarzamora Creek San Gabriel to NW 23rd Street Phase IA Project. (GENOVEVA GOMEZ GAIL HAMRICK-PIGG)

Production, Transmission and Treatment Improvements

9. A Resolution awarding a professional services contract to Arcadis U.S., Inc. in the amount not to exceed $520,000.00 in connection with the Water Production Facilities Disinfection System Upgrades Phase II Project.
(GENOVEVA GOMEZ MICHAEL MYERS)

10. A Resolution approving Contract Amendment No. 2 in the amount not to exceed $239,538.00 to the professional services contract with Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. (formerly MWH Americas, Inc.) in connection with the Turtle Creek No. 3 Pump Station Project. (GENOVEVA GOMEZ MICHAEL MYERS)

REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT PROJECTS

Governmental Relocations and Replacements

11. A Resolution approving an Advance Funding Agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation; authorizing the expenditure of funds in the amount not to exceed $626,528.33 for the adjustment and replacement of water and sewer facilities by the Texas Department of Transportation in connection with the SH 16 at Loop 1604 Project. (ENOVEVA GOMEZ GAIL HAMRICK-PIGG)

12. A Resolution approving an Advance Funding Agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation; authorizing the expenditure of funds in the amount not to exceed $15,193.92 for the removal of asbestos cement pipe by the Texas Department of Transportation in connection with the SH 16 at Loop 1604 Project. (GENOVEVA GOMEZ GAIL HAMRICK-PIGG)

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS

13. A Resolution approving the filing of a lawsuit against Timothy Davis in connection with his failure to reimburse the System for monies paid to him for a relocation package. (NANCY BELINSKY)


ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTS

PROJECTS INVOLVING IMPROVEMENTS,
EXTENSIONS AND ADDITIONAL CAPACITY

Water and Sewer Line Improvements

14. A Resolution awarding a construction contract to Nerie Construction, LLC in the amount not to exceed $3,307,855.50 in connection with the 2016 Central Sewershed Package II Project. (GENOVEVA GOMEZ GAIL HAMRICK-PIGG)

15. A Resolution awarding a construction contract to Cruz Tec, Inc. in the amount not to exceed $2,377,000.50 in connection with the East Sewershed Package I Construction Contract. (GENOVEVA GOMEZ GAIL HAMRICK-PIGG)

16. A Resolution awarding a construction contract to Facilities Rehabilitation, Inc. in the amount not to exceed $2,580,817.00 in connection with the 2017 Pipelines Water and Sewer Construction Contract Package I. (GENOVEVA GOMEZ GAIL HAMRICK-PIGG)

17. A Resolution awarding a construction contract to Facilities Rehabilitation, Inc. in the amount not to exceed $2,197,805.00 in connection with the 2017 Pipelines Water and Sewer Construction Contract Package II. (GENOVEVA GOMEZ GAIL HAMRICK-PIGG)

18. A Resolution awarding a construction contract to R.L. Jones, L.P. in the amount not to exceed $2,052,376.00 in connection with the 2017 Pipelines Water and Sewer Construction Contract Package III. (GENOVEVA GOMEZ GAIL HAMRICK-PIGG)

Production, Transmission and Treatment Improvements

19. A Resolution awarding a construction contract to MGC Contractors, Inc. in the amount not to exceed $2,788,980.00 in connection with the Salado Pressure Zone 1295 Booster Station Project. (GENOVEVA GOMEZ MICHAEL MYERS)

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS

20. A Resolution awarding a construction contract to Pronto Sandblasting & Coating & Oil-Field Services Co., Inc. in the amount not to exceed $1,444,860.00 in connection with the 2017 Annual Sanitary Sewer Main Point Repair, Manhole Adjustments and Laterals Contract, Package 1. (JEFF HABY TAMSEN MCNARIE)

21. A Resolution awarding a construction contract to D. Guerra Construction, LLC in the amount not to exceed $1,407,730.00 in connection with the 2017 Annual Sanitary Sewer Main Point Repair, Manhole Adjustments and Laterals Contract, Package 2. (JEFF HABY TAMSEN MCNARIE)

22. A Resolution approving the extension of the Radio Communications System Inter-Governmental License Agreement with CPS Energy; authorizing expenditures in the amount not to exceed $909,942.19 payable to CPS Energy for the period of May 2017 through May 2022 to utilize CPS Energys Harmony Wireless Communication System. (DOUG EVANSON SRINIVAS PULAPAKA)

23. BRIEFING SESSION.

A. Briefing and deliberation regarding the Vista Ridge Project

B. Briefing and deliberation regarding the 2017 State Legislative Report

C. Briefing and deliberation regarding the 2017 Water Management Plan with input from Citizen Advisory Panel

D. Briefing and deliberation regarding the Quarterly Report for the Sanitary Sewer Overflow Reduction Program


24. Inquiries of the Board of Trustees for future briefings and/or follow-up action.


25. The Regular Session of the May 2, 2017, Regular Board Meeting is hereby recessed to hold an Executive Session and discuss the matters listed below pursuant to Sections §551.071 and §551.074 of the Texas Open Meetings Act.


26. EXECUTIVE SESSION.

A. Consultation with attorneys regarding legal matters related to the Consent Decree between the San Antonio Water System and the United States of America and the State of Texas, pursuant to Tex. Govt Code §551.071.

B. Deliberation regarding the annual evaluation, performance objectives and duties of the President/Chief Executive Officer; and consultation with attorneys concerning legal matters regarding the annual evaluation, performance objectives and duties of the President/Chief Executive Officer, pursuant to Tex. Govt Code §551.074 and §551.071, respectively.


27. The Regular Session of the Regular Board Meeting of May 2, 2017, is hereby reconvened.


28. Adjournment. THE SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING OF MAY 2, 2017, IS HEREBY ADJOURNED.


SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM
HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT
The San Antonio Water System Buildings and Meeting Rooms are accessible to individuals with disabilities. Accessible visitor parking spaces as well as the accessible entrance and ramp are located at the west side main entrance of the SAWS Headquarters Building, Tower I, 2800 U.S. Highway 281 North. Individuals with disabilities in need of auxiliary aids and services, including Deaf interpreters, must request such aids and services forty-eight (48) hours prior to the meeting. For assistance, contact the Board Administrator at 210-233-3690 or 711 (Texas Relay Service for the Deaf).



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Agency Name: Gateway Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 05/02/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 109 West 11th
City Location: Quanah
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002833
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jack Campsey
Agenda:


Board of Directors Meeting
May 2, 2017
8:00 am
Gateway GCD Office

1.Call to order by President.
2.Determination of Quorum by Secretary.
3.Review and approve minutes of regular board meeting held March 7, 2017.
4.Review and approve payment of bills and financial report.
5.Presentation from Foard County Judge and Attorney.
6.Update report from Raymond Brady District Geoscientist.
7.Review and approve Deeds from Cottle County.
8.Review and select scholarship applications from each county.
9.Managers report water well permits, and education program review.
10.Other business as needed from the board.
11.Adjournment.










The above agenda schedule represents an estimate of the order for the indicated items and is subject to change at anytime.

At anytime during the meeting and in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernons Texas Codes. Annotated, the Gateway Groundwater Conservation District Board may meet in executive session on any of the above agenda items for consultation concerning attorney-client matter (551.071); deliberation regarding real property (551.072); deliberation regarding prospective gift (551.073); personal matters (551.074); and deliberation regarding security devices (551.075). Any subject discussed in executive session may be subject to action during an open meeting.

THE AGENDA, IN DETAIL AND IN THE ABOVE LISTED ORDER IS ON THE BULLETIN BOARD ANY MAY BE OBTAINED IN THE COUNTY CLERKS OFFICE OF THE HARDEMAN, FOARD, CHILDRESS, COTTLE, and MOTLEY
COUNTY, COURTHOUSES.


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Agency Name: Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1101 Woodlawn Ave (Sheraton Georgetown; Ames Meeting Room)
City Location: Georgetown
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002922
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Beth Stalvey, Executive Director, Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities, 6201 E. Oltorf, Suite 600, Austin, TX 78741 (512) 437-5440. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Koren Vogel at (512) 437-5416 no less than seven days prior to the meeting.
Agenda: The Executive Committee of the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities will meet on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, at 3:30 PM and reconvene on Thursday, May 4, 2017 at 4:30 PM.

Call to Order
1. Introductions
2. Public Comments
3. Consideration of February 8, 2017, Minutes
4. Chairs Report
A. Council Member Absences
B. Committee Assignments
C. Other Updates
5. Executive Directors Report
A. Stipends Approved
B. Staff Updates
C. FY 2018 Operating Expense Budget Assumptions
D. Other Updates
6. Disproportionalities and Disparities Discussion
7. Grants Activities Reports
A. Grants and Projects Update
B. Independent Audit Status Report
C. Risk Assessment of TCDD Projects
8. TCDD Quarterly Financial Report
9. Consideration of Continuation Grant Awards
A. Texas SILC Accessible Transportation Summits
B. Region 17 Education Service Center Family Involvement in Schools
C. Family to Family Network Leadership Development and Advocacy Skills Training
D. National Disability Institute Understanding Employment Options and Supports
10. Consideration of Potential Review Panel Members
11. Conflict of Interest Disclosures
Recess

Thursday, May 4, 2017; 4:30 PM
Reconvene
14. Continuation of Unfinished Business
15. Committee Chair Debriefing
Adjourn


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Agency Name: Wheat Producers Board
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Texas Wheat Office, 5405 West Interstate 40
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002503
Submit Date: 04/12/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Rodney Mosier, 5405 I-40 West, Amarillo, Texas 79106, (806) 352-2191
Agenda: AGENDA:

Wednesday, May 3, 1:00 p.m.

I. Call to Order and Opening Remarks
II. Approval of minutes from February 2017 Meeting
III. Crop and Weather Reports from Board Members
IV. Discussion and Possible Action on Year-End Financial Report FY 16-17
V. Discussion of Quarterly & Year-End Collections & Refund Report FY 16-17
VI. Report from Texas Department of Agriculture
VII. Report from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Agronomist Jourdan Bell
VIII. Report from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Small Gran Specialist, Clark Neely
IX. Report from U.S. Wheat Associates
X. Recess Meeting until 8:00 a.m., May 4, 2017



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Agency Name: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Lower-Division Academic Course Guide Manual Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1200 E. Anderson Lane Board Room
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002785
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Rebecca Leslie, Program Director P.O. Box 12788; Austin, TX 78711 512-427-6231
Agenda: This meeting will be web-cast through the Coordinating Board's website at: http://www.thecb.state.tx.us

AGENDA

1. Call to order and welcome

2. Consideration and approval of minutes from the November 17, 2016 meeting

3. Discussion and consideration of a request to appeal the deletion of BIOL 1414 and 1415, Biotechnology I and II

4. Discussion and consideration of a request to add courses to the ACGM

a. Western Religious Traditions
b. Eastern Religious Traditions
c. Ancient Israelite Religion
d. Early Christian Religion
e. Biblical Literature

5. Discipline area workgroup sessions for review of courses:
a. Humanities and Liberal Arts
b. STEM
c. Fine Arts and Education

6. Discussion and consideration of scheduling courses for deletion from the ACGM based on discipline area workgroup recommendations

7. Lunch

8. Staff update on Coordinating Board activities and the Legislative Session

9. Staff update of member terms and estimation of meeting cost

10. Discussion of future work and meeting dates

11. Adjournment


Individuals who may require auxiliary aids or services for this meeting should contact Tonia Scaperlanda ADA Coordinator, at 512.427.6193 at least five days before the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


CERTIFICATION
I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.


CERTIFYING OFFICIAL:
Bill Franz
General Counsel


Texas Penal Code Section 46.035(c) states: "A license holder commits an offense if the license holder intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly carries a handgun under the authority of Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code, regardless of whether the handgun is concealed or carried in a shoulder or belt holster, in the room or rooms where a meeting of a governmental entity is held and if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code, and the entity provided notice as required by that chapter." Thus, no person can carry a handgun and enter the room or rooms where a meeting of the THECB is held if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code.

Please Note that this governmental meeting is, in the opinion of counsel representing THECB, an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code and THECB is providing notice of this meeting as required by Chapter 551. In addition, please note that the written communication required by Texas Penal Code Sections 30.06 and 30.07, prohibiting both concealed and open carry of handguns by Government Code Chapter 411 licensees, will be posted at the entrances to this governmental meeting.






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Agency Name: Texas State Technical College System
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: TSTC Board of Regents
Status: Active
Street Location: 1900 University Avenue
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002939
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Cindy Saunders, Interim Manager of Board Support, 3801 Campus Drive, 254.867.3972, 254.867.3979, cindy.saunders@tstc.edu
Agenda: TEXAS STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE

Board of Regents Meeting

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
Room 104
1900 University Avenue
Austin, TX 78705

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

10:00 a.m.


AGENDA

I. Invocation
II. Meeting Called to Order
III. Determination of Quorum
IV. Adoption of Agenda
V. Approval of Minutes of February 9, 2017 Meetings
VI. Recognition of Guests
VII. Chancellors Comments
VIII. Committee Reports
a. Committee for Student Learning and Student Development (Joe Gurecky Chair)
b. Committee for Strategic Relations (Joe Hearne Chair)
c. Committee for Facilities (Ellis Skinner Chair)
d. Audit Committee (Ivan Andarza Chair)
e. Committee for Fiscal Affairs (John Hatchel Chair)
IX. Consent Agenda Items

18-17(c) Declaration of the Gulfstream IISP Business Jet as Surplus Property Not Needed for Educational and Training Purposes at Texas State Technical College

19-17(c) Schedule of Charges for the Incidental Cost of Flight Related Instruction Effective Fall 2017 Semester

20-17(c) Sale of Gulfstream IISP Business Jet and Use of Proceeds to Purchase Additional Test Equipment for Challenger 600 at Texas State Technical College in Waco

21-17(c) Ground Lease Extension to Educators Credit Union, Inc., on the Texas State Technical College Waco Campus

22-17(c) Lease of Office Space to the East Texas Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse on the Campus at Texas State Technical College in Marshall

23-17(c) Lease of Office Space to the Texas Early College High School on the Campus at Texas State Technical College in Marshall

24-17(c) Approve the Concept to Renovate Student Housing at the Texas State Technical College campus in Waco

X. Unfinished Business

XI. New Business

XII. Public Comments

XIII. Closed Meeting

A. Public remains seated.

B. Chair announces: The meeting of the TSTC Board of Regents held at AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, Austin, Texas on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, after proper posting and in accordance with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code for the specific purpose provided in sections 551.071, 551.072, and 551.074 will recess from Open Meeting into Closed Meeting at time.

C. Chair dismisses public.

D. Announcement of a quorum present.

E. Consultation with Attorney (Texas Government Code, Section 551.071)

Texas Government Code, Section 551.071
A governmental body may not conduct a private consultation with its attorney except:
(1) When the governmental body seeks the advice of its attorney about:
(A) pending or contemplated litigation; or
(B) a settlement offer; or
(2) on a matter in which the duty of the attorney to the governmental body under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with this chapter.

F. Deliberation Regarding Real Property (Texas Government Code, Section 551.072)

Texas Government Code, Section 551.072
A governmental body may conduct a closed meeting to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property if deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of the governmental body in negotiations with a third person.

G. Personnel Matters (Texas Government Code, Section 551.074)

Texas Government Code, Section 551.074
(a) This chapter does not require a governmental body to conduct an open meeting:
(1) to deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer or employee; or
(2) to hear a complaint or charge against an officer or employee.
(b) Subsection (a) does not apply if the officer or employee who is the subject of the deliberation or hearing requests a public hearing.

H. Chair announces that the Closed Meeting will adjourn and the Board will reconvene into Open Meeting at time_____ .

XIV. Action
Possible Action from Closed Meeting.

XV. Chancellor Comments

XVI. Board Comments

Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas State Technical College System
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: TSTC Board of Regents
Status: Active
Street Location: 1900 University Avenue
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002938
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Cindy Saunders, Interim Manager of Board Support, 3801 Campus Drive, 254.867.3972, 254.867.3979, cindy.saunders@tstc.edu
Agenda: TEXAS STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE

Board of Regents Committee Meetings

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
Room 104
1900 University Avenue
Austin, TX 78705

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

9:30 a.m.

COMMITTEE AGENDA

Committee of the Whole

1.Meeting Called to Order

2.Determination of Quorum

3.Chancellors Comments

4.Recess to Committee Meetings

Committee for Student Learning and Student Development
[Joe Gurecky (Chair), Penny Forrest, Linda McKenna]

Committee Chair Comments

Minute Orders:

18-17(c) Declaration of the Gulfstream IISP Business Jet as Surplus Property Not Needed for Educational and Training Purposes at Texas State Technical College

Reports:

Update on Community College Partnerships (Oral Report) Elton E. Stuckly, Jr.


Committee for Strategic Relations
[Joe Hearne (Chair), Ivan Andarza, J.V. Martin]

Committee Chair Comments

Minute Orders:
Proposed MO #

None.

Reports:

1.Comprehensive Compensation Philosophy Update (Oral Report) Gail Lawrence/Hannah Love

2.Performance Review Process (Oral Report) - Hannah Love

Committee for Facilities
[Ellis Skinner (Chair), Penny Forrest, John Hatchel]

Committee Chair Comments

Minute Orders:

None.

Reports:

1.Major Facility Projects-Status Update - Ray Fried

2.Special Report (Oral Report) - Ray Fried

Committee for Fiscal Affairs
[John Hatchel (Chair), Linda McKenna, Ellis Skinner]

Committee Chair Comments

Minute Orders:

19-17(c) Schedule of Charges for the Incidental Cost of Flight Related Instruction Effective Fall 2017 Semester

20-17(c) Sale of Gulfstream IISP Business Jet and Use of Proceeds to Purchase Additional Test Equipment for Challenger 600 at Texas State Technical College in Waco

21-17(c) Ground Lease Extension to Educators Credit Union, Inc., on the Texas State Technical College Waco Campus

22-17(c) Lease of Office Space to the East Texas Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse on the Campus at Texas State Technical College in Marshall

23-17(c) Lease of Office Space to the Texas Early College High School on the Campus at Texas State Technical College in Marshall

24-17(c) Approve the Concept to Renovate Student Housing at the Texas State Technical College campus in Waco
Reports:

1. Comparison of Budget to Expenditures and Encumbrances, September 1, 2016 through March 31, 2017
Jonathan Hoekstra

2. TSTC Full Time Equivalent (FTE) - Jonathan Hoekstra

3. Pledged Collateral - Collateral Pledged for Deposits in Excess of $250,000, February 28, 2017
Jonathan Hoekstra

4. Quarterly Investment Report, February 28, 2017
Jonathan Hoekstra

5. Semi-annual Report Certifying Debt Management Policy Compliance, February 28, 2017 - Jonathan Hoekstra

Committee of the Whole

Chair Comments

Minute Orders:

None.

Reports:

None.

Chancellors Comments
Michael L. Reeser

Continuing until complete.
Committees Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas State Technical College System
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Audit
Status: Active
Street Location: 1900 University Avenue
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002937
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Cindy Saunders, Interim Manager of Board Support, 3801 Campus Drive, 254.867.3972, 254.867.3979, cindy.saunders@tstc.edu
Agenda: Texas State Technical College
Board of Regents
Audit Committee Meeting

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
Room 104
1900 University Avenue
Austin, TX 78705

Wednesday, May 3, 2017
9:00 a.m.

AGENDA

I. Meeting Called to Order by Audit Committee Chair Ivan Andarza
[Ivan Andarza, Joe Gurecky, J.V. Martin]

II. Committee Chair Comments

III. Minute Order:
Proposed MO #

None.

IV. Reports:

Status of Fiscal Year 2017 Audit Schedule & Other Projects

Summary of Audit Reports

Follow-up Schedule & Status

Marshall Welding Instructional: Departmental Audit

West Texas Provost: Departmental Audit

Audit to Detect Financial Aid Fraud

West Texas Welding Instructional: Departmental February

Dual Enrollment: Billing and Collection Audit

Review of Personnel Policies and Procedures Systems

Federal Portion of the Statewide Single Audit for the FY Ended August 31, 2016

Attestation Disclosures

V. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 4900 North Lamar Blvd.(Health and Human Services Commission, Brown-Heatly Building, Public Hearing Room)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002461
Submit Date: 04/10/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Jimmy Blanton, Director, Health Quality Institute, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-380-4372, jimmy.blanton@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:

Policy Council for Children and Families


May 3, 2017
10 a.m.

Meeting Site:
Health and Human Services Commission
Brown-Heatly Building
Public Hearing Room
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, Texas 78751


1. Welcome and introductions
2. Update from the Chair
3. Review and approval of meeting minutes from January 18, 2017
4. Ethics presentation
5. Presentation by Anne Dunkelberg of Center for Public Policy Priorities
6. Workgroup presentations
a. Legislative update
b. Vocational rehabilitation services for students who are blind or visually impaired
c. STAR Kids
7. Facilitated strategic planning exercise
a. Determine mission and vision
b. Discussion on next steps for identifying values, goals, strategies, and timelines
8. 2018 legislative report topic selection
a. Timeline
b. Topic selection process
9. Action items for staff or member follow-up
10. Public comment
11. Adjourn

Public comment may be taken on any agenda item.

Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Jimmy Blanton, Director, Health Quality Institute, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-380-4372, jimmy.blanton@hhsc.state.tx.us.

This meeting is open to the public. No reservations are required, and there is no cost to attend this meeting.

People with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Blanton at 512-380-4372 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Aging Texas Well Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 701 West 51st St. (Department of Aging and Disability Services, John H. Winters Building, Public Hearing Room 125W)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002943
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Cody Rothschild, Age Well Live Well Coordinator, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-438-4641, cody.rothschild@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:

Aging Texas Well Advisory Committee

May 3, 2017
9 a.m.

Meeting Site:
Department of Aging and Disability Services
John H. Winters Building
Public Hearing Room 125W
701 West 51st St.
Austin, TX 78751

Call-in: 877-226-9790
Access Code: 1321075


1. Welcome and opening remarks: Introduction of new committee members, Dr. Michèle Saunders, Committee Chair

2. Review and approve February 1, 2017, meeting minutes

3. Special topics
a. Independent Living Services for Older Individuals Who are Blind: Tim Spong, Texas Workforce Commission
b. Malnutrition and older adults: Debbie King, Texas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

4. Division reports
a. Medicaid/CHIP: Amanda Dillon, STAR+PLUS Program Specialist
b. Quality Monitoring Program: Michelle Dionne-Vahalik, Director
c. State Long-term Care Ombudsman: Pat Borgfeldt, Ombudsman Developer
d. Access and Eligibility Services
i. Aging and Disability Resource Centers, Community Access and Grants: Nicole Hawk, Grant Coordinator
ii. Area Agencies on Aging: Sue Fielder, Director
e. Aging Services Coordination: Holly Riley, Manager

5. Aging Texas Well Advisory Committee (ATWAC) updates and operations
a. Form Aging Texas Well Plan Subcommittee: Dr. Michèle Saunders, Committee Chair, and Cody Rothschild, ATWAC Liaison
b. ATWAC issue brief discussion of progress and next steps: Dr. Saunders

6. Roundtable: ATWAC member updates on relevant news from entities represented on ATWAC

7. Wrap-up and next steps

Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Cody Rothschild, Age Well Live Well Coordinator, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-438-4641, cody.rothschild@hhsc.state.tx.us.

This meeting is open to the public. No reservations are required, and there is no cost to attend this meeting.

People with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Bill Macdonald, Administrative Assistant, 512-438-4157 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.



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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Forensic Subcommittee Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 909 West 45th St. (Austin State Hospital Campus, Building 552, Room 124A)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002571
Submit Date: 04/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Tamra Boyd-Ostrout, Program Specialist, Department of State Health Services at 512-206-5056, tamra.boyd-ostrout@dshs.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:

Joint Committee on Access and Forensic Services

Forensic Subcommittee Meeting

May 3, 2017
Noon

Meeting Site:
Austin State Hospital Campus
Building 552
Room 124A
909 West 45th St.
Austin, TX 78751

Teleconference Access:
1-877-820-7831
Passcode: 324529


1. Opening remarks and introductions
2. Public comment
3. Review and discussion of current waitlist for inpatient forensic services
4. Discussion of the development of a comprehensive plan for the coordination of forensic services
5. Adjourn

Public comment may be taken on any agenda item.

Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Tamra Boyd-Ostrout, Program Specialist, Department of State Health Services at 512-206-5056, tamra.boyd-ostrout@dshs.state.tx.us.

This meeting is open to the public. No reservations are required, and there is no cost to attend this meeting.

People with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Boyd-Ostrout at 512-206-5056 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Veterans Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Stephen F. Austin Building, 1700 N. Congress Avenue, Room 170
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002950
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Madeleine Connor, General Counsel 512/463-3605
Agenda: I. Call meeting to order.
II. Public comment.
III. Approve the minutes of the Second Quarterly Meeting held February 8, 2017.
IV. Report, presentation and/or action by representatives of the Veterans Communication Advisory Committee.
V. Report, presentation and/or action by representatives of the Veterans Employment and Training Advisory Committee.
VI. Report, presentation and/or action by representatives of the Fund for Veterans' Assistance Advisory Committee.
VII. Report, presentation and/or action by representatives of the Veterans County Service Officer Advisory Committee.
VIII. Report, presentation and/or action regarding Advisory Committees membership.
IX. Report, presentation and/or action regarding Internal Audit of the Fund for Veterans' Assistance Grants Administration.
X. Report, presentation and/or action on Appropriation Year 2017 2nd Quarter Operating Statement.
XI. Report, presentation and/or action regarding Internal Auditor contract services.
XII. Report, presentation and/or action regarding recommendations for Fund for Veterans' Assistance grants:
A. 2017-2018 General Assistance grants;
B. 2017-2018 Housing4TexasHeroes grants;
C. 2017-2018 Veterans Mental Health grants; and
D. 2017-2018 Veterans Treatment Court grants.
XIII. Report, presentation and/or action regarding Fund for Veterans' Assistance General Assistance 16-B grantee appeal to Notice of Deobligation.
XIV. Report, presentation and/or action regarding Executive Director report.
XV. Report, presentation and/or action on agency programs and divisions:
A. Deputy Executive Director;
B. Program Operations Division; and
C. Resource Management Division.
XVI. Executive Session.
THE FOLLOWING MAY BE DISCUSSED IN EXECUTIVE SESSION OR OPEN MEETING AND HAVE ACTION TAKEN IN AN OPEN MEETING:

A. Government Code §551.074(a)(1) The Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Reassignment, Duties, Discipline, or Dismissal of the Executive Director, Executive Staff, and/or other personnel.

B. Government Code §551.071(1) Contemplated Litigation or Pending Litigation: Armando Lazarin v. Texas Veterans Commission, Cause No. 2014CCV-60657-4, County Court at Law No. 4, Nueces County, Texas.

C. Government Code §551.071(2) All Matters Identified in This Agenda Where the Commission Seeks the Advice of Their Attorney as Privileged Communications under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas and to Discuss the Open Meetings Act and the Administrative Procedures Act.

XVII. Discuss and take possible action on the items considered in Executive Session.
XVIII. Discussion to set date, time, and location of next Commission meeting.
XIX. Adjournment.

Those individuals or organizations wishing to address the Commission with reference to an agenda item must make a request prior to the date of the meeting. Requests should be directed to Madeleine Connor, General Counsel, at 512/463-3605.

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Tina Marberry, Executive Assistant, at 512/463-6564, two (2) work days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002795
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann (512) 936-6570, dana@arts.texas.gov
Agenda: To evaluate Dance applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: State Preservation Board
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Texas State Cemetery Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 909 Navasota St.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002912
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Debbie Rothberger 512-463-6600
Agenda: The Texas State Cemetery Committee will convene as posted to consider and take formal action, if necessary, on the following items:
I. Call to Order
II. Staff, Guests and Members Present
III. Approval of Minutes
IV. Consideration of the following Agenda Items:

Item 1. Consideration and possible action and/or ratification on requests for burial and cenotaph for James H. Cotton, Stanley Johanson, James C. Langdon, Jr., William L. Little, David C. Mattax, Charles H. McCoy, Robert P. Scott, Christopher R. Traylor, and Jason N. Tremblay

Item 2. Consideration and discussion on the FY 2016 and FY 2017 Budget and other budgetary and personnel issues

Item 3. Consideration, discussion, and possible action regarding current and future projects including Highway 165 Improvement

Item 4. Discussion and possible action on legislative issues related to the 85th Legislative Session at the Texas State Cemetery

V. Scheduling of next meeting
VI. Public Comment
VII. Adjournment
The Texas State Cemetery Committee may meet in closed session on any item listed above if authorized by Chapter 551, Texas Government Code.




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Agency Name: Brazos Transit District
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1759 N. Earl Rudder Freeway
City Location: Bryan
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003016
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Margie Lucas
Agenda:
I. Open Meeting
II. Roll Call
III. Public Comment
IV. Presentation from Texas County & District Retirement System (TCDRS) Information and Discussion Item
V. Adoption of Resolution of Retirement Program Action Item
VI. Adoption of ADA Plan/No Show Policy Action Item
VII. Public Comment
VIII. Other Business/Future Agenda Items Discussion Item
IX. Adjournment Action Item


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Agency Name: Palo Pinto Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 200 CHURCH AVE
City Location: PALO PINTO
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003009
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: JESSICA GARVIN@ 940-659-1239
Agenda: 1. Call to order-Establish a quorum-Declare open meeting
2. Approve / Disapprove Minutes
3. Hear all 25.25 (d) 1/3 Over Appraised Value Protests
4. Submission of 2017 Appraisal Records to ARB
5. Acceptance of 2017 Appraisal Records by ARB
6. Approve / Disapprove ARB Hearing Procedures
7. Determine Date of Next Meeting
8. Discussion of Procedural & Administrative Concerns
9. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Technical Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 2180 N. Main Street, CTCOG Building
City Location: Belton
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002989
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kendra Coufal 254-770-2363
Agenda:
Killeen-Temple Metropolitan Planning Organization
Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Central Texas Council of Governments Building
2180 North Main Street, Belton, Texas 76513

Regular Meeting: 9:30 A.M.
AGENDA
1. Call to Order.
2. Opportunity for Public Comment.(1)
3. Staff Update: Advisory Committees; Air Quality.
4. Action Item: Approve minutes from April 5, 2017 meeting.
5. Action Item: Recommendation to approve final FY18 19 Unified Planning Work Program.
6. Action Item: Selection and recommendation of projects for FY18 20 funding to include Categories 2Metro and Urban Area Corridor Projects, 7Metropolitan Mobility and Rehabilitation, & 9Transportation Alternatives Program.
7. Action Item: Recommendation to initiate public involvement process for following amendments:
a) 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan project listing to include transit projects, updated project costs, division of projects into phases;
b) FY17 20 Transportation Improvement Program to include projects recommended for FY18 20 funding;
c) FY16 17 Unified Planning Work Program to amend budget for FY17.
8. Discussion Item: Public input received through April 30, 2017.
9. Member comments.
10. Adjourn.
Workshop - To Follow Regular Scheduled Meeting if Needed
AGENDA
1. Call to order.
2. Discussion on any of the following topics (if needed):
a. Current or past KTMPO documents and plans to include Unified Planning Work Program, Transportation Improvement Program, By-Laws, Public Participation Plan, Regional Thoroughfare/Bicycle Pedestrian Plan, Metropolitan Transportation Plan, Congestion Management Process, Annual Performance Expenditure Report, Annual Project Listing, Texas Urban Mobility Plan, Unified Transportation Plan, Federal Certification Process; b. Past or Future KTMPO Meeting processes or happenings; c. KTMPO Current, Past or Future MPO Boundary Studies; d. KTMPO Past or Future Annual Meetings; e. Current, Past or Future KTMPO Budgets and funding conditions; f. Rural Planning Organizations and/or Regional Mobility Authorities; g. Special Funding for Projects; h. Legislative Changes; i. Status of MPO Projects; j. Staff, TxDOT, Consultant, Guest presentations relating to transportation; k. Meetings pertaining to any transportation related items/topics.
3. Adjourn.


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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region 20
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1314 Hines
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002969
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Jeff Goldhorn
Agenda: 1.Minutes of the February 22, 2017 Board Meeting
2.Minutes of the March 21, 2017 Special Call Board Meeting
3.Amendments to the 2016-2017 Official Budget
4.Contracts Over $25,000
5.Center Policy Update - Local
6.Personnel - New Employees (Professional Staff)
7.Proposals
8.Head Start Grant Applications for 2017-2018
9.Tri-County Head Start Program Philosophy, Goals, and Objectives
10.Head Start Self Assessment Summaries for 2017-2018
11.2017-2018 Center Holiday Calendar
12.2017 Board Election - Canvass Election Results
13.For Information Only
A.Investment Report
B.Expenditures in Excess of $25,000
C.Accounts Receivable
D.Personnel - Separations
E.Head Start Policy Council Reports from Policy Council Liaisons
F.Discussion of Products & Services Report
G.Executive Director's Report


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Agency Name: Kempner Water Supply Corporation
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Vehicle, Policy & Personnel Committee's
Status: Active
Street Location: 11986 E. Hwy. 190
City Location: Kempner
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003011
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Delores Atkinson, General Manager
Agenda: Vehicle Committee

1) Open Session
2) Discussion & Review of Vehicle & Heavy Equipment
3) Adjournment

Policy Committee

1) Open Session
2) Discussion & Review of Board Policies
3) Adjournment

Personnel Committee

1) Open Session
2) Discussion & Review of Employee Policies
3) Adjournment






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Agency Name: Stephens Regional Special Utility District
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 204 FM 3099
City Location: Breckenridge
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003030
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Additional information may be obtained from Leshia Brewster at the District's office located at 206 FM 3099, Breckenridge, Texas. Phone: 254-559-6180.
Agenda: Posted agenda and possible action items for the Stephens Regional Special Utility District pursuant to the Texas Open Meetings Act as follows:

This meeting is open to the public and the following items will be covered for consideration and action:

1. Call to order.

2. Recognition of visitors.

3. Board discussion related to USDA Rural Development Letter of Conditions for Phase III Water System Improvements, proposed projects and planning including, but not limited to, availability of obligated funds and associated timelines.

4. Any Board action as a result of above item.

5. Executive Session The Board may enter into closed or executive session as allowed by the Texas Open Meetings act for the following matters. No vote or action will be taken while in closed session.

a. To consult with the District's Attorney as allowed by Section 551.071 of the Texas Open Meetings Act.
b. For Board deliberations relating to the purchase of real property as allowed by Session 551.072 of the Texas Open Meetings Act.
c. To discuss personnel matters related to the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, compensation, or dismissal of a public officer, or employee as permitted by Section 551.074 of the Open Meetings Act.

6. Any Board action as a result of above items, Executive Session.

7. Ongoing Projects Item: Any discussion and reports related to any required approval, funding, legal matters, or related other items concerning the District's Rural Development projects as may be required by USDA Rural Development as a part of the ongoing requirements of that agency pertaining to completion of the District's water improvement projects Phase II and any action as may be necessary.

8. Board discussion related to the District's proposed projects and planning including, but not limited to, availability of funding and other associated matters.

9. Any Board action as a result of above item.

10. Any discussion and/or any action as may be necessary related to Stephens Regional Special Utility District Water Distribution System Improvement Phase II construction, overall project, including, but not limited to, results of SureTec bid opening on February 17, 2017, contractors including sub-contractors, contracts, addendums, negotiations, or any other related matters as may be necessary.

11. Adjourn meeting.

*The Board may vote and/or act upon each of the items listed in this agenda.
*The Board of Directors reserves the right to retire into EXECUTIVE SESSION concerning any of the items listed on this Agenda, whenever it is considered necessary and legally justified under the Texas Open Meetings Act, Government Code Chapter 551.
*Agenda items may be considered in a different order than listed.


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Agency Name: Montague County Tax Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 7549 STATE HWY 175 N
City Location: MONTAGUE
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002920
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kim Haralson - PO Box 121 - Montague TX 76251-0121 Fax - 940-894-6599 Phone - 940-894-6011
Agenda: 1. Declare quorum & call to order
2. Approve - March 29, 2017 - minutes
3. Consider & act on: a. 2018 Proposed Budgets
4. Chief Appraiser's report
5. Public comments
6. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Rio Grande Regional Water Authority
Date of Meeting: 05/03/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 322 S. Missouri Ave.
City Location: Weslaco
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003033
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: 956-968-3141
Agenda: Agenda

MEETING OF THE
RIO GRANDE REGIONAL WATER AUTHORITY (RGRWA)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

9:00 A.M. - WEDNESDAY, May 3, 2017

RIO GRANDE VALLEY PARTNERSHIP ▪ BOARD ROOM
322 S. MISSOURI AVE. ▪ WESLACO, TEXAS
_______________________________________________________________________________

1. Call to Order & Roll Call..President


2. Consideration and action, if any on March 8, 2017 Meeting Minutes President


3. Consideration and action, if any on RGRWA 2016 AuditLong Chilton, LLP


4. Consideration and action, if any on the 2017 Municipal Water Right Current Market Value in
Accordance with TWC § 49.509(a) ....President


5. Consideration and action, if any on proposal to host a Water Quality Seminar.Jim Darling


6. Status Reports

A. Report from TCEQ..Pablo Medrano

B. Report from IBWCFrancisco Martinez


7. Committee Reports


A. Community Outreach Committee


B. Finance and Planning Committee John Bruciak
Secretary/Treasurer
1. Financial Report


C. Personnel and Professional Services Committee

D. Legislative Committee

E. El Morillo Drain Committee

F. Groundwater Management Committee

G. Drainage Committee

H. Aquatic Weed Ad Hoc Committee

I. Water Quality Subcommittee

J. Managers Report


8. Other BusinessPresident


9. Discussion and Possible Action RE: Meeting Schedule July 5, 2017


10. Adjourn

Agenda items may be considered, deliberated and/or acted upon in a different order than numbered above.

The Board of Directors of the Rio Grande Regional Water Authority (RGRWA) reserves the right to adjourn into Executive (Closed) Session at any time during the course of this meeting to discuss any of the items listed on this agenda as authorize by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapters 551.071, 551.072, 551.073, 551.074, and 551.075, Texas Government Code. No final action will be taken in Executive Session.

PUBLIC INPUT POLICY

Public Input Policy: At the beginning of each RGRWA meeting, the RGRWA will allow for an open public forum/comment period. This comment period shall not exceed one-half (1/2) hour in length and each speaker will be allowed a maximum of three (3) minutes to speak. All individuals desiring to address the RGRWA must be signed up to do so, prior to the open comment period. The purpose of this comment period is to provide the public an opportunity to address issues or topics that are under the jurisdiction of the RGRWA. For issues or topics which are not otherwise part of the posted agenda for the meeting, RGRWA members may direct staff to investigate the issue or topic further. No action or discussion shall be taken on issues or topics which are not part of the posted agenda for the meeting. Members of the public may be recognized on posted agenda items deemed appropriate by the Chairman as these items are considered, and the same time limitations (3 minutes) applies.


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Agency Name: Office of the Governor
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Cancelled
Street Location: 308 South Washington Street
City Location: Fredricksburg
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002949
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: If you require auxiliary aids, services, or materials in an alternate format, please contact the Crime Stoppers Council at least five business days before the meeting. Phone (512) 463-1919; email: Elaine.windberg@gov.texas.gov. TDD Relay Texas: 1-800-relay-VV (for Voice), 1-800-TX (for DD).
Agenda: I. Call to Order and Roll Call

II. Introductions

III. Public Comment (limited to two minutes per person)

IV. Discussion and Possible Action - Minutes from the April 5, 2017 Council meeting

V. Discussion and Possible Action - Continued certification of Crime Stoppers organizations:

a. Amarillo Crime Stoppers, Inc.
b. Baytown Crime Stoppers, Inc.
c. Brazoria County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
d. Brownsville Crime Stoppers, Inc.
e. Capital Area Crime Stoppers of Texas, Inc.
f. Coppell Crime Commission, Inc. d/b/a Coppell Crime Stoppers
g. Daingerfeld Crime Stoppers, Inc.
h. DeWitt County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
I. Fort Stockton Crime Stoppers, Inc.
j. Greater Gonzales County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
k. Gregg County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
l. Heart of Texas Crime Stoppers, Inc.
m. Henderson County Crime Stoppers
n. Karnes County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
o. Kendall County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
p. Kimble County Crimestoppers
q. La Joya I.S.D. Campus Crime Stoppers, Inc.
r. Laredo I.S.D. Campus Crime Stoppers


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Agency Name: Office of the Governor
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Revised Agenda for Posting 2017002949
Status: Active
Street Location: 308 South Washington Street
City Location: Fredericksburg
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002996
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: If you require auxiliary aids, services, or materials in an alternate format, please contact the Crime Stoppers Council at least five business days before the meeting. Phone (512) 463-1919; email: Elaine.Windberg@gov.texas.gov. TDD Relay Texas: 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-TX (for TDD).
Agenda: I. Call to Order

II. Introductions

III. Public Comment (limited to two minutes per person)

IV. Discussion and Possible Action - Minutes from the April 5, 2017 Council meeting

V. Discussion and Possible Action - Continued certification of Crime Stoppers organizations:

a. Amarillo Crime Stoppers, Inc.
b. Baytown Crime Stoppers, Inc.
c. Brazoria County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
d. Brownsville Crime Stoppers, Inc.
e. Capital Area Crime Stoppers of Texas, Inc.
f. Coppell Crime Commission, Inc. d/b/a Coppell Crime Stoppers
g. Daingerfeld Crime Stoppers, Inc.
h. DeWitt County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
i. Fort Stockton Crime Stoppers, Inc.
j. Greater Gonzales County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
k. Gregg County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
l. Heart of Texas Crime Stoppers, Inc.
m. Henderson County Crime Stoppers
n. Karnes County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
o. Kendall County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
p. Kimble County Crimestoppers
q. La Joya I.S.D. Campus Crime Stoppers, Inc.
r. Laredo I.S.D. Campus Crime Stoppers
s. Lamar County Crimestoppers, Inc.
t. Milam County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
u. North Lamar Student Crime Stoppers
v. Plainview/Hale County Crime Stoppers
w. Student Crime Stoppers of Amarillo, Inc.
x. Walker County & Huntsville Crime Stoppers, Inc.
y. Waxahachie Crime Stoppers, Inc. d/b/a Crime Stoppers of Ellis County
z. West Wharton County Crime Stoppers

VI. Discussion and Possible Action - Director's Report to include:

a. Proposal to increase registration fees for the annual Texas Crime Stoppers conference and campus conference effective June 1, 2017
b. Lifetime Achievement Award
c. Additional Crime Stoppers and Campus Crime Stoppers population award category for most volunteer hours
d. Update on staff activities

VII. Discussion and Possible Action - Agenda items for the next meeting

VIII. Announcements by Chair (if any)

a. Goals of the Council regarding future projects
b. Next meeting on June 5, 2017 beginning at 6:00pm in Brownsville, Texas

IX. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Public Policy Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1101 Woodlawn Ave (Sheraton Georgetown - Ames Meeting Room)
City Location: Georgetown
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002925
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Beth Stalvey, Executive Director, Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities, 6201 E. Oltorf, Suite 600, Austin, TX 78741 (512) 437-5440. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Koren Vogel at (512) 437-5416 no less than seven days prior to the meeting.
Agenda: The Public Policy Committee of the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities will meet Thursday, May 4, 2017, at 1:30 PM.

Call to Order
1. Introductions
2. Public Comments
3. Consideration of February 10, 2017, Minutes
4. Chairs Remarks
A. Member Absences
B. Chairs Quarterly Activities
5. Member Updates reports of Members quarterly activities
6. Disproportionalities and Disparities Discussion
7. Public Policy Staff Activities
A. State Policy Activities
B. State Supported Living Centers Update
C. Federal Policy Activities
8. Other Discussion Items
Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Committee of the Whole
Status: Active
Street Location: 1101 Woodlawn Ave (Sheraton Georgetown - Ballroom HJK)
City Location: Georgetown
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002923
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Beth Stalvey, Executive Director, Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities, 6201 E. Oltorf, Suite 600, Austin, TX 78741 (512) 437-5440. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Koren Vogel at (512) 437-5416 no less than seven days prior to the meeting.
Agenda: The Committee of the Whole of the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities will meet Thursday, May 4, 2017. An optional session will begin at 8:30 AM with the business meeting beginning at 9:30 AM; a second optional session will reconvene at 4:00 PM.

8:30 AM
Council Meeting Overview optional session for members discuss agendas or meeting items.

9:30 AM
Call to Order
1. Introductions
2. Public Comments
3. Presentation: Family Based Alternatives and Child Protective Services
4. Federal Affairs Update
5. Round Table Discussion of Public Policy Priorities
A. FY 2018 FY 2019 Appropriations
B. Education
C. Employment
D. Long-Term Services and Supports
Adjourn

4:00 PM
Council Member Work Session optional session for members to discuss policy regarding service and support animals.


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Agency Name: Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Project Development Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1101 Woodlawn Ave (Sheraton Georgetown - Ballroom G)
City Location: Georgetown
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002924
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Beth Stalvey, Executive Director, Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities, 6201 E. Oltorf, Suite 600, Austin, TX 78741 (512) 437-5440. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Koren Vogel at (512) 437-5416 no less than seven days prior to the meeting.
Agenda: The Project Development Committee of the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities will meet Thursday, May 4, 2017, at 1:30 PM.

Call to Order
1. Introductions
2. Public Comments
3. Consideration of February 10, 2017, Minutes
4. Chairs Remarks
A. Member Absences
B. Chairs Quarterly Activities
5. Member Updates reports of Members quarterly activities
6. Disproportionalities and Disparities Discussion
7. Staff Reports
A. Status of New Projects
B. Project Funds Available
C. Other Updates
8. Future Activities for State Plan Implementation
A. State Plan Projects List
B. Local Leadership Development and Advocacy Training Executive Summary
C. Developmental Disabilities Network Partners Collaborative
D. Other Discussion Items
9. Future Project Funding Priorities
10. Other Discussion Items
Adjourn


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Agency Name: Public Utility Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 N. Congres Ave.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002998
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Nancy Hernandez (512)936-7169
Agenda: PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF TEXAS
OPEN MEETING AGENDA
THURSDAY, MAY 4, 2017, 9:30 A.M.
Commissioners' Hearing Room
7th Floor, William B. Travis Building

Project No. 46665 - Open Meeting Agenda items without an associated control number.

WATER

1. Docket No. 45720; SOAH Docket No. 473-16-3831.WS - Application of Rio Concho Aviation, Inc. for a Rate/Tariff Change. (Final Order) Carlos Carrasco

2. Docket No. 46627; SOAH Docket No. 473-17-2068.WS - Complaint of Cherelle Roberts Against Hornsby Bend Utility Company. (Final Order) John Kramer

3. Docket No. 44665 - Application of 439 Water Supply Corporation and Bell County Water Control and Improvement District 3 for Sale, Transfer, or Merger of Certificate Rights in Bell County. (Final Order) Susan E. Goodson

4. Docket No. 46309 - Petition for an Order Appointing a Manager to Aero Valley Water Service in Denton County. (Discussion and possible action)

5. Docket No. 46553 - Application of Carroll Water Company, Inc. for Authority to Change Rates. (Discussion and possible action)

6. Project No. 46151 - Project to Amend 16 Texas Admin. Code § 24.113, Relating to Revocation or Amendment of a Water or Sewer Certificate and § 24.120 Relating to Single Certification in Incorporated or Annexed Areas. (Proposal for Adoption) Kennedy Meier and Tammy Benter

7. Discussion and possible action regarding implementation of state legislation affecting water and sewer companies, current and projected rulemaking projects, and Commission priorities.
COMMUNICATIONS

8. Docket No. 46894; SOAH Docket No. 473-17-3349 - Complaint of Mike Coker Against Southwestern Bell Telephone, LP DBA AT&T Texas. (Preliminary Order) John Kramer

9. Docket No. 45280; SOAH Docket NO. 473-16-1861 - Complaint of Extenet Network Systems, Inc. Against the City of Houston for Imposition of Fees for Use of Public Right of Way. (Final Order) Davida Dwyer

10. Docket No. 46658 - Application of Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc. for True-Up of 2014 Federal Universal Service Fund Impacts to the Texas Universal Service Fund. (Final Order) Jeffrey J. Huhn

11. Docket No. 46700 - Application of Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Under Section 56.023 of the Public Utility Regulatory Act. (Final Order) Irene Montelongo

12. Discussion and possible action regarding implementation of state and federal legislation affecting telecommunications markets, current and projected rulemaking projects, and Commission priorities.
ELECTRIC

13. Docket No. 45624; SOAH Docket No. 473-16-2751 - Application of the City of Garland to Amend a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity for the Rusk to Panola Double Circuit 345-kV Transmission Line in Rusk and Panola Counties. (Motion for Rehearing) David Hrncir

14. Docket No. 47015; SOAH Docket No. 473-17-3418 - Application of AEP Texas, Inc. to Amend its Distribution Cost Recovery Factors. (Preliminary Order) Davida Dwyer

15. Docket No. 47032; SOAH Docket No. 473-17-3495 - Application of CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric, LLC for Approval to Amend its Distribution Cost Recovery Factor. (Preliminary Order) Lisa Carter

16. Docket No. 45175; SOAH Docket No. 473-16-1119 - Appeal of Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, Inc. and Denton County Electric Cooperative, Inc. d/b/a CoServ Electric from an Ordinance of the Colony, Texas, and in the Alternative, Application for a Declaratory Order. (Final Order) David Hrncir

17. Docket No. 45866; SOAH Docket No. 473-16-4342 - Application of LCRA Transmission Services Corporation to Amend a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity for the Round Rock-Leander 138-kV Transmission Line in Williamson County. (Final Order) Hannah Turner

18. Docket No. 46248; SOAH Docket No. 473-17-0750 - Application of Entergy Texas, Inc. to Amend its Certificate of Convenience and Necessity for a 230-kV Transmission Line within Jefferson, Chambers, and Liberty Counties. (Final Order) Hannah Turner

19. Docket No. 46901 - Joint Petition of Southwestern Public Service Company and Southwest Power Pool, Inc. for a Declaratory Order. (Discussion and possible action) John Kramer and David Hrncir

20. Project No. 41837 - Investigation of the Feasibility of the Institution of Full Co-Optimization in ERCOT Energy Markets. (Discussion and possible action) Julie Harvey

21. Project No. 46397 - Project to Evaluate the Costs and Benefits of Entergy Texas, Inc.'s Participation in MISO. (Discussion and possible action) Vera Dygert

22. Project No. 42302 - Review of the Reliability Standard in the ERCOT Region. (Discussion and possible action) Julia Harvey and Jason Haas

23. Project No. 42750 - Matters Pertaining to or Arising Out of the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy of Energy Future Holdings. (Discussion and possible action) Brian Lloyd

24. Project No. 37344 - Information Related to the Entergy Regional State Committee. (Discussion and possible action)

25. Project No. 41210 - Information Related to the Southwest Power Pool Regional State Committee. (Discussion and possible action)

26. Project No. 41211 - Information Related to the Organization of MISO States. (Discussion and possible action)

27. Discussion and possible action on electric reliability; electric market development; ERCOT oversight; transmission planning, construction, and cost recovery in areas outside of ERCOT; SPP Regional State Committee and electric reliability standards and organizations arising under federal law.

28. Discussion and possible action regarding implementation of state and federal legislation, affecting electricity markets, current and projected rulemaking projects, and Commission priorities.
GENERAL

29. Discussion and possible action regarding agency review by Sunset Advisory Commission, operating budget, strategic plan, appropriations request, project assignments, correspondence, staff reports, agency administrative issues, fiscal matters and personnel policy.

30. Discussion and possible action regarding customer service issues, including but not limited to correspondence and complaint issues.

31. Discussion and possible action on infrastructure reliability, emergency management, and homeland security.

32. Adjournment for closed session to consider one or more of the following items:
a. Under Tex. Gov't Code § 551.071(1), contemplated litigation, settlement offers, and pending litigation that includes but is not limited to the following matters:

Texas District Courts
CenturyTel of San Marcos et al. v. Public Utility Commission of Texas, et al., No. D-1-GN-13-001927

City of Austin, Texas v. Public Utility Commission of Texas and State Office of Administrative Hearings and North Austin Municipal Utility District No. 1, Northtown Municipal Utility District, Travis County Water Control and Improvement District No. 10 and Wells Branch Municipal Utility District, D-1-GN-15-000513, (200th District Court, Travis County Texas)

City of Austin, Texas v. Public Utility Commission of Texas and State Office of Administrative Hearings and North Austin Municipal Utility District No. 1, Northtown Municipal Utility District, Travis County Water Control and Improvement District No. 10 and Wells Branch Municipal Utility District, D-1-GN-16-001344, (201st District Court, Travis County Texas)
City of San Antonio Acting by and through City Public Service Board a/k/a CPS Energy v. Public Utility Commission, No. D-1-GV-13-000988, Travis County District Court (Appeal of Docket No. 40487

CTMGT Frisco 113, LLC vs. Oncor Electric Delivery Company, LLC, Rock Hill Enterprises, Ltd., Public Utility Commission of Texas, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc., Case No. 199-01359-2014 (199th District Court Collin County Texas)

Electric Reliability Council of Texas v. Hwy 3 MHP LLC, Cause No. D-1-GN-09-003607, Travis County District Court

Harris County Hospital District v. Public Utility Commission, Cause No. D-1-GN-15-005808, 250th District Court, Travis County

Panda Power Generation Infrastructure Fund, LLC, d/b/a Panda Power Funds, et al v. Electric Reliability Council of Texas, No. CV-16-0401 (15th District Court, Grayson County, Texas)

Power Resource Group, Inc. v. Public Utility Commission, No. GN5-02139, Travis County District Court. (Appeal of Docket No. 30172)

Public Utilities Board of the City of Brownsville v. PUC, Travis County District Court, D-1-GV-08-001459. (Appeal of Docket No. 34410)

Town of Woodloch v. PUC, Cause No. D-1-GN-16-002228, Travis County District Court (Appeal of Docket No. 42862)

Texas Appeals Courts
City of San Antonio Acting by and Through City Public Service Board A/K/A CPS Energy v. Public Utility Commission, No. 17-0208 in the Supreme Court of Texas

Entergy Texas, Inc. v. Public Utility Commission, No. 16-0385 in the Supreme Court of Texas (Appeal of Docket No. 39896)

TCEQ Cases
John Soules Foods, Inc. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-14-001749, Travis County District Court.

Marilee Special Utility District v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-001358, Travis County District Court.

Marilee Special Utility District v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-14-000130, Travis County District Court.

Marilee Special Utility District v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-14-002461, Travis County District Court

Maxwell Water Supply Corp. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-003767, Travis County District Court.

Maxwell Water Supply Corp. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-003768, Travis County District Court.

Maxwell Water Supply Corp. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-003771, Travis County District Court.

Monarch Utilities/, L.P. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-000885, Travis County District Court.

Monarch Utilities/, LP. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-001382, Travis County District Court.

Monarch Utilities/, LP. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-13-004187, Travis County District Court.

Monarch Utilities/, L.P. v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-14-000249, Travis County District Court.

SJWTX v. Covar, Cause No. D-1-13-003915, Travis County District Court.

Town of Providence Village v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-11-002972, Travis County District Court.

Town of Providence Village v. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Cause No. D-1-GN-11-003846, Travis County District Court.

Navarro County Wholesale Ratepayers v. Vickery, Cause No. D-1-GN-12-000226, No. 03-13-00814-CV, in the Third Court of Appeals.

Federal Courts
Aspire Commodities, et al. v. GDF SUEZ Energy North America, et al. No. 15-20125 (United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit)

CPV Maryland, LLC v. PPL EnergyPlus, LLC, Case No. 14-623, (United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit)

Crystal Clear Special Utility District v. Nelson, et al. No. 1:17-CV-00254, United States District Court, Austin Division

EME Homer City Generation v. Environmental Protection Agency, United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, No. 11-1302 (and consolidated cases) (Transport Rate)

Energy Future Holdings Corp., et al., No. 14-10979 (Bankr. D. Del.)

Entergy Texas, Inc. v. Nelson, et al., No. 1:16-CV-277-RP, United States District Court, Austin Division

Exelon Wind 1, LLC, formerly known as JD Wind 1, LLC, et al. v. Nelson, et al., No. 12-51228, in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (Docket No. 34442)

Exelon Wind 1, LLC, et al. v. Nelson, et al., No 1:12-CV-00902-SS, United States District Court, Austin Division

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission v. Electric Power Supply Association, et al., Case No. 14-840 and EnerNoc, Inc. et al., v. Electric Power Supply Association, et al., Case No. 14-841 (United States Supreme Court)

Glacial Energy of Texas, Case No. 14-10845-CSS, United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware

Hughes v. PPL EnergyPlus, LLC, Case No. 14-614, (United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit)

Occidental Permian Ltd. v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Cause No. 10-1381, DC Circuit Court of Appeals.

Optim Energy, LLC, Case No. 14-10262, United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware

State of Texas, et al, v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Case No. 16-60118 (United States Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit)

State of West Virginia, et al, v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Case No. 15-1363 (United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit)

White Stallion Energy Center, LLC v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Case No. 12-1100

White Stallion Energy Center, LLC v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Case No. 12-1272

EPA
EPA-HQ-OAR-2009-0491 Revisions to Federal Implementation Plans to Reduce Interstate Transport of Fine Particulate Matter and Ozone

FERC

ENTERGY
FERC Docket No. ER07-683, Entergy Services, Inc. (System Agreement)

FERC Docket No. ER09-636, Entergy Services, Inc.

FERC Docket No. EL09-61, Louisiana Public Service Commission v. Entergy Services, Inc. (Off-system sales)

FERC Docket No. ER10-2748, Entergy Services, Inc.

FERC Docket No. ER11-1923, Entergy Services, Inc.

FERC Docket No. ER12-1384; ER12-1385; ER12-1386; ER12-1387; ER12-1388; ER12-1390, Entergy Services, Inc. (Powered System Agreement to Include Cancellation Costs of Little Gypsy Gas Plant)

FERC Docket No. ER13-432, Entergy Services, Inc. (Proceeding to Amend Entergy System Agreement Regarding Exiting of Entergy Arkansas and Move to MISO)

FERC Docket No. ER14-73, Entergy Services, Inc. (System Agreement Amendments - load responsibility)

FERC Docket No. ER14-80, Entergy Services, Inc. (System Agreement Amendments - termination date)

FERC Docket No. ER 14-128, Entergy Texas (Notice to exit system agreement)

FERC Docket No. ER 14-1094, Entergy Texas, Inc. (Entergy System Agreement compliant with ER13-432)

FERC Docket No. ER14-1267, Entergy Texas, Inc. (Entergy System Agreement compliant with ER13-432-amended filing)

FERC Docket No. ER14-1644, Entergy Texas, Inc. (Amend MSS-3 to include above-cost PPA)

FERC Docket No. ER 14-1645, Entergy Texas, Inc., Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc. (Schedule 47 recovery of MISO transition costs)

FERC Docket No. ER15-1437, Entergy Services, Inc. (Union Power)

FERC Docket No. AC15-70, Entergy Services, Inc. (Union Power)

FERC Docket No. EC15-98, Entergy Services, Inc. (Union Power)

FERC Docket No. ER15-2633, Entergy Services, Inc. (ESI/EMI service agreement)

FERC Docket No. ER17-81, Entergy Services, Inc. Proposal Regarding Proceeds of a DOE Breach of Contract Award

FERC Docket No. ER17-89, Entergy Services, Inc. Proposal Regarding its Attachment O Transmission Formula Rate

ENTERGY BANDWIDTH
FERC Docket No. EL01-88, Louisiana Public Service Commission v. Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER07-956, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER08-1056, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER09-833, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER09-1224, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER10-1350, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER11-3658, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER12-1920, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. EL10-65, Louisiana v. Entergy (Bandwidth)

FERC Docket No. ER13-1595, Entergy Services, Inc. (2012 bandwidth payment)

FERC Docket No. EL14-43, East Texas Cooperative, Sam Rayburn Electric Cooperative, and Tex-La Electric Cooperative v. Entergy (Bandwidth payments)

FERC Docket No. EL14-69, Entergy Texas, Inc. v. East Texas Cooperative, Sam Rayburn Electric Cooperative, and Tex-La Electric Cooperative (Bandwidth payments)

FERC Docket No. ER14-2085, Entergy Services, Inc. (2013 bandwidth payment)

FERC Docket No. ER 15-1826, Entergy Services, Inc. (Bandwidth)

MISO
FERC Docket No. EL11-34, Petition for Declaratory Order and Request for Shortened Notice Period and for Expedited Treatment of the Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, Inc.

FERC Docket No. EL12-35, Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, et al.

FERC Docket No. ER12-2682, Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, Inc.

FERC Docket No. EL13-41, Occidental Chemical Corp v. MISO

FERC Docket No. EL15-66, Entergy Export Customers v. MISO

FERC Docket No. ER13-665 Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, Inc.'s Section 205 Filing to Revise the Open Access Transmission Energy and Operating Reserve Markets Tariff Provision on Long-Term Transmission Rights to Address Integration of Second Planning Area

FERC Docket No. EL14-21, Southwest Power Pool, Inc. v. Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc. (complaint regarding use of SPP's system without compensation as required by JOA)

FERC Docket No.EL16-46, LS Power Development, LLC and Cross Texas Transmission, LLC

FERC Docket No. ER14-1174, Southwest Power Pool, Inc. (unexecuted service agreement between SPP and MISO)

FERC Docket No. ER14-1713, Midcontinent Independent System Operator (OATT amendment)

FERC Docket No. ER14-1736, Midcontinent Independent System Operator (OATT amendment)

FERC Docket No. ER14-1940, Midcontinent Independent System Operator (e-tariff update, Schedule 29)

FERC Docket No. ER14-2022, Midcontinent Independent System Operator (Request for waiver to suspend long-term transmission requests)

FERC Docket No. ER14-2445, Midcontinent Independent System Operator (hurdle rate)

FERC Docket No. ER16-56, Midcontinent Independent System Operator (hurdle rate)

FERC Docket No. EL16-112, Coalition of MISO Transmission Customers v. MISO (complaint)

FERC Docket No. ER17-284, MISO's Proposal Regarding a Competitive Retail Capacity Market

FERC Docket No. ER17-387, MISO's Proposal to Amend FF-6 of its tariff

FERC Docket No. ER17-1332, Proposed Revisions to the MISO/SPP JOA

OTHER
FERC Docket No. EL12-80, Exelon Wind 1, LLC et al., Petition for Enforcement and Declaratory Order Pursuant to Section 210(h) of the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978

FERC Docket No. EL13-61, Exelon Corporation, Exelon Wind 1, LLC, Exelon Wind 2, LLC, Exelon Wind 3, LLC, Exelon Wind 4, LLC, Exelon Wind 5, LLC, Exelon Wind 6, LLC, Exelon Wind 7, LLC, Exelon Wind 8, LLC, Exelon Wind 9, LLC, Exelon Wind 10, LLC, Exelon Wind 11, LLC, High Plains Wind Power, LLC

FERC Docket No. EL14-81, Golden Spread Electric Cooperative, Inc. and Sharyland Utilities, L.P.

FERC Docket No. ER14-2850, Southwest Power Pool, Inc.

FERC Docket No. ER14-2851, Southwest Power Pool, Inc.

FERC Docket No. ER16-1772, Public Service Company of Colorado, Southwest Public Service Company

FERC Docket No. TX 16-1, Public Service Company of Oklahoma
b. Under Tex. Gov't Code § 551.071(2), consultation with its attorneys.
c. Under Tex. Gov't Code § 551.074, personnel matters, including the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of the Executive Director, the Deputy Executive Director, the Division Directors or any other public officer or employee of the Commission.
d. Under Tex. Gov't Code § 551.076, security matter, including deployment and implementation of security personnel or devices or security audits; including matters under Project No. 24729.

Reconvene for discussion and decisions on matters considered in closed session.

Persons planning to attend this meeting who have disabilities requiring auxiliary aids or services should notify the Commission as far in advance as possible so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Requests can be made by mail, telephone or in person to the Commission's Office of Customer Protection, 1701 N. Congress Ave., Austin, Texas 78701, phone number (512) 936-7150 or (512) 936-7136 for the teletypewriter for the deaf.

I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.

Adriana Gonzales
Rules Coordinator
(512) 936-7223
(512) 936-7208 (fax)



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Agency Name: Public Utility Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 N. Congress Ave.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002640
Submit Date: 04/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Nancy Hernandez (512)936-7169
Agenda: The Public Utility Commission of Texas will hold an open meeting/hearing on the merits regarding Docket No. 46309 - Petition for an Order Appointing a Temporary Manager to Aero Valley Water Service in Denton County.

I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.

Adriana Gonzales
Rules Coordinator
(512) 936-7223
(512) 936-7208 (fax)



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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Rehabilitation Council of Texas
Status: Active
Street Location: 4800 North Lamar Boulevard
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002561
Submit Date: 04/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Les Trobman, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street, Room 608 Austin, Texas 78701-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:

REHABILITATION COUNCIL OF TEXAS
May 4-5, 2017
TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION
Criss Cole Rehabilitation Center
4800 North Lamar Blvd., Auditorium
Austin, Texas 78756

AGENDA

Thursday, May 4, 2017

9:00 a.m. Welcome
Martha Garber, Chair

9:15 a.m. Committee Meetings

10:15 a.m. Break

10:30 a.m. RCT Committee Reports

11:30 a.m. Lunch

1:00 p.m. Public Comment

1:10 p.m. Planning and Review Committee
Neva Fairchild, Chair


1:40 p.m. Directors Report
Cheryl Fuller, TWC, Director of Rehabilitation
Services Division and Interim Director of Blind
Services Division


2:15 p.m. Break

2:30 p.m. TWC Director Update
Larry E. Temple, TWC, Executive Director
Reagan Miller, TWC, Deputy Director of
Workforce Solutions

3:30 p.m. Take Group and individual photos
Candid meeting picture

4:00 p.m. RCT Coordinator Report

Adjourn


Friday, May 5, 2017
9:00 a.m. Welcome
Martha Garber, Chair

9:05 a.m. Training
Martha Garber, Chair

9:45 a.m. Break

10:00 a.m. Operational Insight Works and Our Partnership With
Program Areas and Other Parts of the Agency
Adam Leonard, TWC, Director of Operational
Insight

10:30 a.m. Liaison Reports
TWIC Joyce Taylor
CAP Karen Stanfill
PRN JoAnne Fluke
TEA Susan May
SILC Jim Brocato

11:45 a.m. Council Business (Old)
Review To-Do List
Council Business (New)
Approve November Minutes
Vote on Edits to Bylaws
Budget Report - Lisa Godwin, RCT Coordinator

Adjourn


Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids, services, or special accommodations should contact Conference Planning and Media Services at (512) 463-6389 or conferenceplanning.media@twc.state.tx.us two (2) working days prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
Persons with questions regarding agenda content should contact Lisa Godwin, RCT Coordinator, at (512) 936-3445.



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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 4800 North Lamar Boulevard
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002579
Submit Date: 04/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Les Trobman, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street, Room 608 Austin, Texas 78701-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:

TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION MEETING


The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) will be attending the Rehabilitation Council of Texas (RCT) Meeting:

9:00 a.m.
May 4-5, 2017
TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION
Criss Cole Rehabilitation Center
4800 North Lamar Boulevard, Auditorium
Austin, Texas 78756

The Commission will be attending this Council Meeting. The purpose of the meeting is to observe the Councils proceedings and discussions regarding activities, reports and the Councils current and future plans and activities.


Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids, services, or special accommodations should contact Conference Planning and Media Services at (512) 463-6389 or conferenceplanning.media@twc.state.tx.us at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Persons with questions regarding agenda content should contact Lisa Godwin, RCT Coordinator, at (512) 424-4160.







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Agency Name: Texas Water Development Board
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 1700 N. Congress, Stephen F. Austin Building, Room 170
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002991
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Amanda Lavin, Assistant Executive Administrator, Texas Water Development Board, P.O. Box 13231, Austin, Texas, 78711, 512/463-7847
Agenda:

1. Discussion regarding outreach efforts and activities by the Board.

2. Consider approving by resolution: (a) the issuance, sale and delivery of State of Texas, General Obligation Water Financial Assistance and Refunding Bonds, Series 2017A, Series 2017B (Economically Distressed Areas Program); and Taxable Series 2017C; (b) a Preliminary Official Statement; and (c) authorization for the Executive Administrator, General Counsel, Chief Financial Officer, and the Development Fund Manager to act on behalf of the Texas Water Development Board in the sale and delivery of such bonds. (Josh Traner)

3. Consider approving the selection of co-managing underwriters for negotiation of State of Texas, General Obligation Water Financial Assistance and Refunding Bonds. (Josh Traner)

4. Consider approving by resolution a request from Rolling Hills Water Service, Inc. (Hood County) for $2,333,300 in principal forgiveness from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to finance planning, design, and construction of water system improvements. (Caaren Skrobarczyk)

5. Consider approving by resolution a request from the City of Woodbranch Village (Montgomery County) for a $1,500,000 loan from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to finance planning, acquisition, design, and construction of water system improvements. (Nancy Richards)

6. Consider approving by resolution a request from the Crystal Clear Special Utility District (Comal, Guadalupe, Hays Counties) for a $15,000,000 loan from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to finance planning, acquisition, design, and construction of a water system improvements project and a request for a waiver from the requirement to include funds to mitigate water loss as part of the project. (Dain Larsen)

7. Consider approving by resolution a request from the City of Cotulla (La Salle County) for a $5,190,000 loan from the Texas Water Development Fund to refinance planning, design, and construction of water and wastewater system improvements. (Dain Larsen)

8. Consider approving by resolution a request from the City of Cotulla (La Salle County) for a $3,350,000 loan from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund to finance planning, design, acquisition and construction of a wastewater treatment plant and system expansion project. (Dain Larsen)

9. Consider approving by resolution a request from the City of Cotulla (La Salle County) for $5,545,400 in financial assistance consisting of a $3,920,000 loan and $1,625,400 in principal forgiveness from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to finance planning, design, and construction of water storage and pump system improvements. (Dain Larsen)

10. Consider authorizing the Executive Administrator to execute a contract with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the Texas Department of State Health Services for the completion of public health nuisance determination surveys related to financial assistance through the Economically Distressed Areas Program. (Tom Entsminger)

11. The Board will receive comments from the public on any matters within the jurisdiction of the TWDB, with the exception of matters which are subject to the ex parte prohibition found in Texas Government Code §2001.061.

12. The Board may conduct a closed meeting to receive legal advice and discuss pending or contemplated litigation, settlement offers, and/or the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of specific Board employees, including the Executive Administrator and General Counsel, as permitted by Sections 551.071 and 551.074, the Texas Open Meetings Act, codified as Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. The Board may also meet in open meeting to take action on legal or personnel matters considered in the closed meeting as required by Section 551.102 of the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Government Code.

The next currently scheduled meeting of the Texas Water Development Board will be May 31, 2017. Other meetings may be scheduled and will be posted in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act.

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Merry Klonower at (512) 463-8165 two (2) work days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

NOTICE: ENTRY TO THIS MEETING WITH A HANDGUN IS FORBIDDEN
This meeting is a public meeting under Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. Pursuant to Section 30.06, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with a concealed handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law) may not enter this property with a concealed handgun. Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly carried handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law) may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly. For purposes of this notice, property means the room or rooms where the open meeting of the Texas Water Development Board is held.

REGISTRATION FOR THIS BOARD MEETING STARTS AT 9:00 A.M. AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL 9:30 A.M. PLEASE REGISTER BETWEEN THESE TIMES. LATE REGISTRATION COULD RESULT IN YOUR MISSING THE OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT ON YOUR ITEM.

I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.

Amanda Lavin, Assistant Executive Administrator, Certifying Official
Todd Chenoweth, General Counsel


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Agency Name: Wheat Producers Board
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Texas Wheat Office, 5405 West Interstate 40
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002504
Submit Date: 04/12/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Rodney Mosier, 5405 I-40 West, Amarillo, Texas 79106, (806) 352-2191
Agenda: AGENDA:

Thursday, May 4, 8:00 a.m.

I. Reconvene and Call to Order
II. Report on Texas Grain Producers Indemnity Board
III. Discussion and Possible Action on 2017/2018 Budget and Research Funding Review
IV. Discussion of TWPB Staff Activities Report
V. Discussion and Possible Action regarding U.S. Wheat Associates Summer Board Meeting
VI. Discussion and Possible Action regarding Scheduling TWPB Quarterly Board Meeting
VII. Action on Swearing-in and Seating Elected Board Members
VIII. Report and Possible Action on the Nomination of New Officers
IX. Discussion and Possible Action on New Business Raised to be placed on next agenda
X. Meeting adjourned




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Agency Name: Texas Commission on Jail Standards
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 300 W. 15th Street, 1st Floor, Room 103
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002948
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Brandon Wood, 512-463-5505
Agenda: Meeting called to order

Roll Call of Commission Members

Judge Bill Stoudt, Chairman Mr. Larry S. May
Mr. Jerry W. Lowry, Vice-Chair
Dr. Esmaeil Porsa
Ms. Irene Armendariz Sheriff Kelly Rowe
Mr. Allan D. Cain Sheriff Dennis Wilson

Reading and approval of minutes for meeting conducted on February 2, 2017.

Public Comment

Old Business

Legislative Update

State Office of Risk Management: On-Site Consultation Report

New Business

Atascosa County

Castro County

Hays County

Martin County

Waller County Notice of Non-compliance

Variances

Marion County

Tom Green County

Staff Report

Completed Jail Projects

Jail Planning and Construction List.

Jails in Compliance/Noncompliance Risk Assessment Report.

Status of Remedial Orders.

Status and Composition of Jail Population.

Executive Directors Activities

Staff Training/Activities

Financial Report/Budget.

Inmate Complaint Report.

Other Business

Commission Activities

Staff Activities

Off Duty Employment

Miscellaneous Letters of Comment

Next Commission meeting is scheduled for August 3, 2017 in the William P. Clements Building.

Adjourn


The Board may meet in Closed Session on any item listed above if authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code Ann. Ch. 551.

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters or persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Rodney Valls at 512-463-8087 two (2) working days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Department of State Health Services
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Texas State Child Fatality Review Team Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, 701 East 11th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002927
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Amy Bailey, the Office of Title V and Family Health, DSHS, (512) 776-2311. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, DSHS, telephone (512) 776-2780, at least 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Agenda:
The State Child Fatality Review Team (SCFRT) Committee will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

I. Roll Call and Establishment of Quorum

II. Review & Approval of Meeting Minutes from the February 3, 2017 Meeting

III. Meet the SCFRT members

IV. Discussion of SCFRT Legislative recommendations for biennial report

V. Q&A Session: Ask the SCFRT member and the State Coordinator

Next Meeting: August 18, 2017, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Location: Department of State Health Services
Moreton Building, Room M653
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, Texas


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002796
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, dana@arts.texas.gov, 512-936-6570
Agenda: To evaluate Multi-discipline applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Middle Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 930 Wolfe Nursery Rd
City Location: Stephenville
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002829
Submit Date: 04/21/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: 254-965-6705
Agenda: NOTICE OF
PUBLIC HEARING
and
DISTRICT BOARD MEETING


The Middle Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, Board of Directors will hold a PERMIT HEARING and BOARD MEETING on Thursday, May 4th, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. at 930 Wolfe Nursery Rd, Texas. The Board Meeting will begin immediately upon adjournment of the Permit Hearing. All interested parties are invited to attend.


PERMIT HEARING AGENDA:

1. Call to Order

2. Roll Call

3. Operating Permits to Be Heard:



Triple X Dairy (2 Wells) GPM: 100 Acres: 1700+/- Use: Livestock
PO Box 461 Watering
Comanche, TX 76442
Well Site
Hwy 16
Comanche, TX 76442

Robert Franklin GPM: 10 Acres: 5 Use: Domestic
400 E. Pearl
Granbury, TX 76048
Well Site
Spring Creek Ranch-Lot 48
Iredell, TX 76649

Blue Jay Dairy GPM: 300 Acres: Use: Irrigation
777 PR 1006
Dublin, TX 76446
Well Site
CR 372
Bunyan, TX

Beau Mayo GPM: 10 Acres: 5 Use: Domestic
2699 CR 233
Stephenville, TX 76401
Well Site
CR 233 Lot 4
Stephenville, TX 76401

Beau Mayo GPM: 10 Acres: 5 Use: Domestic
2699 CR 223
Stephenville, TX 76401
Well Site
CR 233-Lot 2
Stephenville, TX 76401

Jennifer Osinga GPM: 25 Acres: 210.44 Use: Mult-Family
136 CR 231
Hico, TX 76457
Well Site
248 CR 231
Hico, TX 76457

Adolfo Macias GPM: 10 Acres: 5.08 Use: Domestic
PO Box 183
Dublin, TX 76446
Well Site
839 PR 1317
Dublin, TX 76446


Adjourn permit hearing



BOARD MEETING AGENDA:

The following agenda items will be discussed.

1. Call to order

2. Invocation

3. Roll Call of Members

4. Pledge of Allegiance

5. Recognize Guests

6. Public Comments

7. Approve/Ratify Minutes

8. Approve/Ratify Payment of Bills

9. Income/Expense Comparison

10. Office Manager Report- Crystal Eberhart

11. Field Tech Report- Johnny Wells

12. Managers Report- Joe Cooper

13. Legislative Update

14. Discussion/Possible Action regarding District Management Plan and any related items

15. Agenda items for June board meeting


CERTIFICATION

I, the undersigned authority, do hereby certify that on April 24th, 2017 before 1:00 PM, I posted and filed the above notice of meeting on the MTGCD website, Texas Secretary of State website, and on the door of the MTGCD office in Erath County in a place convenient and readily accessible to the general public at all times and that it will remain so posted continuously for at least 72 hours preceding the scheduled time of said board meeting, and 10 business days prior to aid time of permit hearing in accordance with the Texas Government Code, Chapter 551.

By: ________________________________
Joe Cooper, MTGCD General Manager



The Middle Trinity Groundwater Conservation District is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Reasonable accommodations and equal opportunity for effective communications will be provided upon request. Please contact the President of the District at 254-965-6705 at least 24 hours in advance if accommodation is needed.

At any time during the meeting and in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernons Texas Codes, Annotated, the Middle Trinity Groundwater Conservation District Board may meet in executive session on any of the above agenda items for consultation concerning attorney-client matters (§551.071); deliberation regarding real property (§551.072); deliberation regarding prospective gift (§551.073); personnel matters (§551.074); and deliberation regarding security devises (§551.076). Any subject discussed in executive session may be subject to action during an open meeting.

4/21/2017 9:49 AM


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Agency Name: Texas Medical Board
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Disciplinary Panel
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Tower 3, Suite 780
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002908
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Laura Fleharty, 333 Guadalupe #3-610, Austin TX 78701; (512) 305-7174; laura.fleharty@tmb.state.tx.us
Agenda:




1. Call to order.

2. Roll call.

3. Consideration of the Application for Temporary Suspension With Notice pursuant to Texas Occupations Code, §164.059, of the license of Justin C. Beard, P.A., License No. PA05709.

4. Adjourn.


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Agency Name: South Central Texas Regional Water Planning Group
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: San Antonio Water System (SAWS), Customer Service Building, Room CR 145, 2800 US Highway 281 North
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003034
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Cole Ruiz South Central Texas Regional Planning Group c/o San Antonio River Authority P.O. Box 839980 San Antonio, Texas, 78283
Agenda: NOTICE OF OPEN MEETING OF THE SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS REGIONAL WATER PLANNING GROUP
TAKE NOTICE that a meeting of the South Central Texas Regional Water Planning Group as established by the Texas Water Development Board will be held on Thursday, May 4, 2017, at 9:00 AM at San Antonio Water System (SAWS), Customer Service Building, Room CR 145, 2800 US Highway 281 North, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. The following subjects will be considered for discussion and/or action at said meeting.
1. (9:00 AM) Planning 101: New Member Orientation (Refresher for Veteran Members) by Texas Water Development Board (TWDB)Ron Ellis
2. (10:00 AM) Roll-Call
3. Public Comment
4. Approval of the Minutes from the February 2, 2017, Meeting of the South Central Texas Regional Water Planning Group (Region L)
5. Status of Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) Nathan Pence, Executive Director EAHCP
6. Status of Guadalupe, San Antonio, Mission, and Aransas Rivers and Mission, Copano, Aransas, and San Antonio Bays Basin and Bay Stakeholder Committee (BBASC) and Expert Science Team (BBEST)
7. Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) Communications
8. Chairs Report
9. Discussion and Appropriate Action Authorizing the Administrator to Request Written Approval From the Executive Administrator of the TWDB for the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authoritys (GBRA) Proposed Substitution of an Alternative Water Management Strategy for Two Recommended Water Management Strategies in the SCTRWPG 2016 Plan, or a Determination of whether GBRAs Proposed Action Constitutes a Minor or Major Amendment
10. 2021 Plan Enhancement Process: Recap of Guiding Principles Previously Discussed and Adopted
11. Status of Environmental Assessment Workgroups Progress on the Following Components of the 2021 Plan Enhancement Process
a. The Adequacy Of Evaluating the Plan's Effects on Freshwater Inflows to San Antonio Bay
b. The Adequacy of Environmental Assessments Of Individual Water Management Strategies
12. Status of Minimum Standards Workgroups on the Following Components of the 2021 Plan Enhancement Process
a. How Water Management Strategies are categorized
b. Establishing Minimum standards for Water Management Strategies included in the Plan
c. Maintaining Management Supply While Avoiding Over-planning
13. Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding the Following Components of the 2021 Plan Enhancement Process
a. The Role of Reuse Within the Regional Water Plan
b. Identifying Special Studies or Evaluations Deemed Important to Enhance The 2021 Plan and Identification of Outside Funding Sources
c. The Extent toWhich Innovative Strategies Should Be Used
14. Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding Consultants Work and Schedule
15. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Presentation: Impact of Federal Listing of Freshwater Mussels as Endangered or Threatened Species Kimberley A. Horndeski
16. Possible Agenda Items for the Next Region L Meeting
a. Adopting Substitution to 2016 Region L Regional Water Plan
b. Workgroup Updates
c. Review and Recommend Revision Request Regarding Draft Population Demand Projections
d. 2017 SAWS Management Plan
17. Public Comment


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Agency Name: Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Solid Waste Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 2180 North Main Street
City Location: Belton
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002995
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: 254-770-2362
Agenda: I. Welcome and Introductions
II. Public Comments
III. Action Item: Discussion and Approval of August 30, 2016 Meeting Minutes
IV. Action Item: Discussion of FY 2017 Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Events, Public Access Times, and Approval of Remaining HHW Budget
V. Presentation from Waste Management Regarding Updates to Temple Landfill Expansion Permit
VI. Action Item: Temple Landfill Expansion Permit Conformance/Non-Conformance to the Regional Solid Waste Management Plan
VII. Discussion of Re-Trac Connect and HHW Data Management
VIII. Member Comments/Discussion
IX. Set Next Meeting Date and Agenda Items
X. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Community Action Committee of Victoria
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 4007 Halsey Street
City Location: Victoria
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003012
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Vicki Smith
Agenda:
M E M O R A N D U M

TO: CACVT BOARD OF DIRECTORS/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING

FROM: WILL SCIBA, CHAIR

DATE: APRIL 27, 2017

RE: MAY MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The May Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 4, 2017 and will begin at 4:00 pm. The meeting will be held in the conference room at Community Action Committee of Victoria, Texas (CACVT) located at: 4007 Halsey Street. Please make every effort to attend.
AGENDA

1. Call to Order, Establishment of Quorum

2. Put the Agenda in Order

3. Opening invocation/prayer by Board Member; voluntary participation of members

4. Review, discuss and take action on the Private Sector Board Membership Petition . . . . . . . 1

5. CACVT Board Training Video- CSBG Organizational Standards:
Category Four: Organizational Leadership Standard 4:4

6. Comments from guests, if any . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7. Consent Agenda- ●Items on the Consent Agenda may be removed at the request of any Board Member and considered at another appropriate time on this agenda. Placement on the Consent Agenda does not limit the possibility of any presentation, discussion or approval at this meeting.

a. Accept Minutes:
Board of Directors/Executive Committee Meeting February 23, 2017 . . . . . . . .2
Program Planning & Oversight Committee Meeting March 21, 2017 . . . . . . . 11

b. Agreements/Contracts/Memorandum of Understanding:
Services Agreement between Frontier Associates LLC and Community Action Committee of Victoria, Texas . . . . . . . .19

Letter Agreement for Reliant Energy Retail Services, LLC Care Program (CARE) . . . . . . . . .30

NEIGHBORTO-NEIGHBOR PROGRAM AGREEMENT FOR ELECTRIC ENERGY ASSISTANCE . . . . . . . 32

Memorandum of Understanding BETWEEN CITY OF CUERO AND COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE OF VICTORIA, TEXAS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
CACVT Board of Directors/Executive Committee Agenda
April 27, 2017
Page 2.


8. Review, discuss and take action on the following:
CACVT Finance monthly balance sheet, bank reconciliation and expenditure report for the month of:
March 2017 for all Programs and Funds . . . . . . . 41
9. Review, discuss and take action on the following:
Community Action Committee of Victoria, Texas Data Use for Ensuring the Security and Privacy of Participants Confidential Information . . . . . . . . . . . . .45

Community Action Committee of Victoria, Texas Employee Emergency Procedures . . . . . . . .54

The Community Action Committee of Victoria, Texas (CACVT) Fraud Risk Assessment Policy . . . . . . . .61

Community Action Committee of Victoria, Texas Cost Allocation Plan (CAP) .(To be handed out at meeting.). .

Increase Base Wages by $0.76 per hour for all Full-Time CACVT Employees . . . (To be handed out at meeting.). .

10. Review and discuss the following:

The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs Monitoring Report of Desk Review ESG Contract No. 42160002552 . . . . . . . .73

The CAC of Victoria Home Delivered Meals and Meals on Wheels Survey Responses . . . . . . . 75

11. Correspondence & Communication:

12. Adjournment:


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Agency Name: Texas Legislative Medal of Honor Committee
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Legislative Medal of Honor Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Texas State Capitol Building, 1400 Congress, Capitol Extension Room E1.014
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002968
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: James Crabtree, 512/463-2211
Agenda: The Legislative Medal of Honor Committee will meet at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 4, 2017, in E1.014.


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Agency Name: Texas Association of Counties Risk Management Pool
Date of Meeting: 05/04/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1210 San Antonio Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002970
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Tracy Seiler 512-478-8753
Agenda: Call to Order 9 a.m.


CONSENT AGENDA:
1. Consider approval of January 19-20, 2017 minutes.
2. Consider acceptance of new or renewed Member Accounts underwritten and bound January 1, 2017 to March 31, 2017.

REPORTS:

Executive Reports:
3. TAC Executive Directors Report
4. Risk Management Services Directors Report
5. Investment Report
6. Budget Report

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

Coverage Documents and Endorsements:
7. Consider authorizing the TAC Executive Director to obtain reinsurance coverage for General Liability, Law Enforcement Liability, and Public Officials Liability and to negotiate and execute related agreements as necessary.
8. Consider approval of coverage documents for Public Officials Liability, Law Enforcement Liability, General Liability, and Auto Liability effective not later than October 1, 2017, including the Contribution and Coverage Declarations, and authorize the TAC Executive Director to amend the coverage documents as necessary related to reinsurance requirements.
9. Consider approval of rates for Public Officials Liability, Law Enforcement Liability, General Liability, and Auto Liability and Auto Physical Damage effective not later than October 1, 2017.


Budget:
10. Consider approval of a resolution related to adjustments to the 2016 administration fee, the retiree medical benefits account and the retiree pension benefits account.

Pool Management:
11. Consider approval of amendments to TAC RMPs Investment Policy.

BOARD RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS

_______________________________
Tracy L. Seiler
Risk Management Services Director
Texas Association of Counties
Phone: 512-478-8753



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Agency Name: Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities
Date of Meeting: 05/05/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1101 Woodlawn Ave (Sheraton Georgetown - Ballroom HJK)
City Location: Georgetown
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002926
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Beth Stalvey, Executive Director, Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities, 6201 E. Oltorf, Suite 600, Austin, TX 78741 (512) 437-5440. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Koren Vogel at (512) 437-5416 no less than seven days prior to the meeting.
Agenda: The Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities will meet Friday, May 5, 2017, at 9:00 AM.

Call to Orders
1. Introductions
2. Public Comments
3. Consent Items
A. Consideration of February 9-10, 2017, Minutes
B. Excused Absences of Council Members
4. Chairs & Executive Directors Report
A. Staff Updates
B. Conferences
C. State Plan Activities
D. Other Discussion
5. Future Activities for State Plan Implementation
A. Local Leadership Development and Advocacy Training Executive Summary
B. Developmental Disabilities Network Partners Collaborative
C. Future Funding Priorities
6. Disproportionalities and Disparities Discussion
7. Presentation: Texas Advocates
8. Communications and Marketing Activities Report
9. Executive Committee Report
A. Grant Awards
1. Continuation Grant Awards
2. Stipends
B. Grants Activities Report
C. TCDD Financial Reports
D. New Review Panel Members
E. Conflict of Interest Disclosures
F. Other Discussion Items
10. Project Development Committee Report
A. Grants and Projects Report
B. Other Discussion Items
11. Public Policy Committee Report
A. Public Policy Issues
B. Other Discussion Items
12. State Agency Representatives Quarterly Activities Update
13. Announcements and Updates
Adjourn


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Agency Name: State Independent Living Council
Date of Meeting: 05/05/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Virtual Meeting - Registration link is below.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002323
Submit Date: 04/04/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: ashley@txsilc.org
Agenda: The Texas State Independent Living Council will be hosting a series of virtual conversations on important issues in the disability community. Our first session topic will be on emergency preparedness for individuals with disabilities. During this session, we will hear from our guest speaker, Ron Lucey, Executive Director of the Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities, and Danielle Hesse with the Texas Disability Task Force on Emergency Management. We will then ask participants to join a discussion on the following issues: -How can state and local emergency officials include individuals with disabilities and their unique needs in their emergency management processes? -How can we increase awareness of emergency preparedness in the disability community? -What are some best practices for communicating with members of the disability community before and during emergencies? We look forward to you joining this important conversation!

This discussion, which is hosted by the Texas State Independent Living Council, is open to all members of the public. People with disabilities, advocates, providers, and family members are encouraged to participate.

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3309752482715138307


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Agency Name: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 05/05/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Design and Documentation Programs of Study Subcommittee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1200 E. Anderson Lane, Board Room
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002633
Submit Date: 04/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Elizabeth Steele, Program Director P.O. Box 12788; Austin, Texas 78711 512-427-6418
Agenda: This meeting will be web-cast through the Coordinating Board's website at: http://www.thecb.state.tx.us


A G E N D A


I. Welcome and call to order

II. Review of minutes from the February 3, 2017 meeting

III. Public testimony on agenda items

IV. Discussion and consideration of the Architectural Drafting Program of Study

a. Review of knowledge, skills, and abilities in regards to Architectural Drafting
b. Continue review of learning outcomes of existing WECM courses for Program of Study
c. Review and discuss development of recommended WECM courses
d. Review, discuss, recommend applicable general education courses for Program of Study

V. Prepare update for Architecture and Construction Programs of Study Advisory Committee

VI. Discussion of future agenda items and resources required for next meeting

VII. Discussion of timeline and future meeting date(s)

VIII. Adjournment


*A working lunch will be incorporated into the schedule.



Individuals who may require auxiliary aids or services for this meeting should contact Tonia Scaperlanda ADA Coordinator, at 512.427.6193 at least five days before the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

CERTIFICATION
I certify that I have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.

CERTIFYING OFFICIAL:
Bill Franz
General Counsel


Texas Penal Code Section 46.035(c) states: "A license holder commits an offense if the license holder intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly carries a handgun under the authority of Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code, regardless of whether the handgun is concealed or carried in a shoulder or belt holster, in the room or rooms where a meeting of a governmental entity is held and if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code, and the entity provided notice as required by that chapter." Thus, no person can carry a handgun and enter the room or rooms where a meeting of the THECB is held if the meeting is an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code.

Please Note that this governmental meeting is, in the opinion of counsel representing THECB, an open meeting subject to Chapter 551, Government Code and THECB is providing notice of this meeting as required by Chapter 551. In addition, please note that the written communication required by Texas Penal Code Sections 30.06 and 30.07, prohibiting both concealed and open carry of handguns by Government Code Chapter 411 licensees, will be posted at the entrances to this governmental meeting.



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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/05/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002798
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, 512-936-6570, dana@arts.texas.gov
Agenda: To evaluate Multi-discipline applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas Board of Occupational Therapy Examiners
Date of Meeting: 05/05/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Suite 2-510
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002713
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lea Weiss, OT Coordinator: 512/305-6900, lea@ptot.texas.gov
Agenda: 1. Call to Order
2. Public comment
3. Approval of Minutes of February 3, 2017
4. Discussion and possible action on the Executive Director's Report concerning fiscal and budgetary matters, performance measures, ongoing projects, agency personnel matters, the current Sunset Review, Executive Council activity, the current legislative session, and other agency business
5. Investigation Committee Report
A. Review and possible action on Agreed Orders for Case #s: 17-018; 17-068; 17-071; 17-072; 17-090; 17-096; 17-104; 17-110; 17-119; 17-120; and 17-135
B. Discussion and possible action on the Investigation Committee meeting of April 13, 2017
C. Discussion and possible action on investigative activities to date
6. Discussion and possible action on adopting changes to §367.1, Continuing Education, and §367.2, Categories of Education
7. Discussion and possible action on adopted Sunset Commission recommendation and Sunset bill language regarding administrative penalties
8. Discussion and possible action on the OT Coordinator's Report. The Coordinator's Report may concern any items listed on the agenda and events that have occurred between this meeting and the Board's last meeting.
9. Discussion and possible action on the Presiding Officer's Report. The Presiding Officer's Report may concern any items listed on the agenda and events that have occurred between this meeting and the Board's last meeting.
10. Discussion and possible action on scheduling future Board meeting dates and agenda items for future consideration
11. Adjournment

The Board may meet in closed session on any item listed above if authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551.

If you need auxiliary aids or services, please contact Lea Weiss at (512) 305-6900 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Board of Occupational Therapy Examiners
Date of Meeting: 05/05/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Suite 2-510
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003008
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lea Weiss, OT Coordinator: 512/305-6900, lea@ptot.texas.gov
Agenda: 1. Call to Order
2. Public comment
3. Approval of Minutes of February 3, 2017
4. Discussion and possible action on the Executive Director's Report concerning fiscal and budgetary matters, performance measures, ongoing projects, agency personnel matters, the current Sunset Review, Executive Council activity, the current legislative session, and other agency business
5. Investigation Committee Report
A. Review and possible action on Agreed Orders for Case #s: 16-263; 17-018; 17-068; 17-071; 17-072; 17-090; 17-096; 17-104; 17-110; 17-119; 17-120; and 17-135
B. Discussion and possible action on the Investigation Committee meeting of April 13, 2017
C. Discussion and possible action on investigative activities to date
6. Discussion and possible action on adopting changes to §367.1, Continuing Education, and §367.2, Categories of Education
7. Discussion and possible action on adopted Sunset Commission recommendation and Sunset bill language regarding administrative penalties
8. Discussion and possible action on the OT Coordinator's Report. The Coordinator's Report may concern any items listed on the agenda and events that have occurred between this meeting and the Board's last meeting.
9. Discussion and possible action on the Presiding Officer's Report. The Presiding Officer's Report may concern any items listed on the agenda and events that have occurred between this meeting and the Board's last meeting.
10. Discussion and possible action on scheduling future Board meeting dates and agenda items for future consideration
11. Adjournment

The Board may meet in closed session on any item listed above if authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551.

If you need auxiliary aids or services, please contact Lea Weiss at (512) 305-6900 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Medical Board
Date of Meeting: 05/05/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Texas Physician Health Program Personnel Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Tower 2, Room 400D
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002896
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Joan Howard Allen, General Counsel, (512) 305-7462, Fax (512) 463-0216, email info@txphp.state.tx.us, 333 Guadalupe, Tower 2, Suite 520, Austin, TX 78701
Agenda: TEXAS PHYSICIAN HEALTH PROGRAM
Hobby Building
PERSONNEL COMMITTEE MEETING
333 Guadalupe, Tower 2, Suite 400D
Austin, Texas 78701


BOARD AGENDA
Friday, May 12, 2017 10:00 a.m.

Agenda item numbers are assigned for ease of reference only and do not necessarily reflect the order of their consideration by the Committee.

Call to Order; Roll Call; Welcome


Agenda Item 1
Discussion, recommendations, and possible action regarding the appointment to the position of Executive Medical Director, Texas Physician Health Program

Agenda Item 2
Adjourn

Executive Session
The Board may close the meeting to the public and continue in executive session for the following reasons:
a. Private consultation and advice of legal counsel concerning pending or contemplated litigation, settlement offers, and/or legal matters subject to the attorney-client privilege under the authority of the Open Meetings Act Section 551.071, Government Code
b. Deliberations concerning the appointment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a public officer or employee or to hear a complaint or charge against an officer or employee under the authority of the Open Meetings Act Section 551.074, Government Code.

While in executive session, the Board will not take any action, make any decision, or vote with regard to any matter that may be considered or discussed. A certified agenda of any executive session will be made.



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Agency Name: Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board
Date of Meeting: 05/05/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1700 N. Congress Ave., Room 170
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002929
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dione Frederick, Recording Secretary, Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board, P.O. Box 12188 Austin, TX 78711-2188, 512-936-3652
Agenda: 1. Call to order and pledges of allegiance

2. Roll call and discussion and possible action to excuse Board member absence(s), if any

3. Recognition of retiring PIC Member/Mentor and departing AMC Advisory Committee members

4. Comments from members of the public regarding non-agenda items

5. Ratification of the official record of the February 9, 2017, Board meeting as approved for posting on the website by the Secretary of the Board

6. Approval of agreed final orders and surrenders in the matter of:
a. Complaint #16-121 (Finiti, LLC, TX-2000064)
b. Complaint #16-158 (Rajesh M. Mali, TX-1332180-R)
c. Complaint #16-133 (Jon Mark Anweiler, TX-1335976-G)
d. Complaint #16-247, 16-251 & 17-080 (Christopher Ryan Diamond, TX-1380066-G)

7. Executive session to discuss pending litigation or receive advice of legal counsel pursuant to Texas Government Code §551.071 and personnel matters pursuant to Texas Government Code §551.074

8. Report by AMC Advisory Committee

9. Report by Budget Committee

10. Report by Education Committee

11. Report by Enforcement Committee

12. Report by Executive Committee

13. Staff reports by Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner, and Division Directors, which may include reports on processes, monthly activities and statistical data for communications, licensing, education, information technology, staff services, and enforcement; current topics related to regulation of real estate appraisers; discussion of topics raised by monthly reports; introduction of new employees; and questions by Board members to staff regarding issues raised by the staff reports

14. Report on Teleconference with FACT

15. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC §153.5, Fees

16. Discussion and possible action to propose amendments to 22 TAC §153.16, License Reinstatement

17. Update on long-term facilities plan

18. Update on legislative matters

19. Discussion and possible action regarding appointment of agency investment officers

20. Discussion and possible action regarding committee recommendations:
a. Executive Committee recommendation regarding examination waiver;
b. Enforcement Committee recommendation regarding allocation of mentorship time under terms of a Board order;
c. Enforcement Committee recommendation regarding consideration of PIC Member and Mentor applications;
d. Enforcement Committee recommendation regarding access to MLS for PIC Members; and
e. Education Committee recommendation regarding creating a working group to draft 2-hour continuing education course for Texas appraisers.

21. Discussion and possible action regarding FY2018 draft budget

22. Discussion and possible action regarding performance review and salary of TALCB Commissioner

23. Request for potential future meeting agenda items

24. Discussion and possible action to schedule future meeting dates

25. Adjourn

Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, any requests for reasonable accommodation needed by persons wishing to attend this meeting should call Dione Frederick at 512-936-3001.

The Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board may meet with its attorney in executive session on any item listed above as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Tex. Govt Code §§551.071 and 551.074.

Pursuant to section 46.035(c) of the Texas Penal Code handgun license holders are prohibited from carrying a handgun at this open meeting. This prohibition applies to both concealed and open carry handguns.


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Agency Name: East Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 05/05/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Youth Committee Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 4100 Troup Highway
City Location: Tyler
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002994
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kitty Vickers 903-218-6441 East Texas Council of Governments 3800 Stone Road Kilgore, TX 75662
Agenda: AGENDA


1.Call to Order:

2.Consider Public Comments:

3.Consider and take appropriate action regarding minutes of the Youth Committee meeting held on March 1, 2017:

4.*Consider and take appropriate action regarding status of program performance:

5.Consider and take appropriate action on status of expenditures:

6.*Consider and take appropriate action regarding renewal of contracts for Youth Stand Alone Projects with East Texas Literacy Council, D.O.R.S. Community Services and Goodwill Industries of East Texas:

7.*Consider and take appropriate action regarding Memorandum of Understanding between the Workforce Solutions East Texas Board and the BCFS Health and Human Services for Coordination of Services to Current and Former Foster Youth:

8.Consider a report on job fairs recently held in Tyler and Longview for youth and young adults:

9.Consider a report on Dream Expo Youth Career Fair recently held in Palestine, Texas:

10.Consider and take appropriate action regarding status of Youth Advisory Group:

11.Consider and take appropriate action regarding update on regional education plan project:

12.Consider and take appropriate action regarding initial planning for Conference for Youth Professionals:

13.Consider and take appropriate action on the next meeting date and identification of items to be included on the next Youth Committee agenda:

14.Adjournment

*Denotes an item on Agenda that will have fiscal implications
Members with a Conflict of Interest on any agenda items must refrain from taking part in the discussion and abstain from voting.


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Agency Name: Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
Date of Meeting: 05/05/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Technical Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 4615 NW Loop 410
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003029
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: www.alamoareampo.org
Agenda:
1. Roll Call

2. Citizens to be Heard

3. Approval of the April 7, 2017 Meeting Minutes

4. Action on the STP-MM Call for Projects in Support of the Development of the FY 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program

5. Presentation of Amendments to the Metropolitan Transportation Plan and the FY 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program

a. Roadway Amendments
b. Transit Amendments
c. Transportation Alternatives Amendments

6. Presentation of the Draft FY 2018-2019 Unified Planning Work Program

7. Announcements


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Agency Name: Council on Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke
Date of Meeting: 05/06/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Department of State Health Services, Moreton Building, Room M100, 1100 West 49th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002945
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Nancy Eichner, 1100 West 49th Street, Austin, TX 78756, telephone (512) 776-3684; or email Nancy.Eichner@dshs.state.tx.us. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, Department of State Health Services, telephone (512) 776-2780, at least 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Agenda:
The Council will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

1. Call to Order

2. Roll Call
Motion to accept excused absences

3. Approval of Minutes
February 24, 2017, meeting minutes

4. Notification to Council Members in Violation of Attendance Requirement and Possible Removal

5. Presentations, Reports and Updates

COMMENTS FROM THE CHAIR
-HMO Recognition Program
--CIGNA Healthcare of Texas, Inc. (South Texas)
--Community First Health Plans (San Antonio)
--Humana Health Plan of Texas (Austin & San Antonio)
--Scott and White Health Plan (Central TX)
-Texas Ramp Project Recognition
-Legislative update

STATE AGENCY UPDATES
-Department of State Health Services
-Health and Human Services - Formerly the Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services
-Texas Workforce Commission - Formerly the Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services

STANDING REPORTS
-Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke Partnership Report
-Dr. Wozniak's Update on Governor's EMS and Trauma Advisory Council (GETAC) Cardiac Care
-Texas Heart Attack Coalition
-Heart Attack and Stroke Data Collection Initiative (Rider 67)
-American Heart Association (AHA) Update
-Texas Chapter of the American College of Cardiology
-Lone Star Stroke Update
-Chronic Care Subcommittee Update
-Heart Disease and Stroke Program - Home Blood Pressure Monitoring Project

PRESENTATIONS
-Overview of Regional Advisory Councils By Southeast Texas Regional Advisory Council

6. Discussion and action concerning any of the above items

7. Public comment

8. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners
Date of Meeting: 05/06/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Ethics Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Exchange Building, Room N-102, 8407 Wall Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002729
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Alice Bradford, Executive Director at (512) 834-6628, fax (512) 834-6677, or email lsw@dshs.state.tx.us. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to call Anne Mosher, Center for Consumer and External Affairs, Department of State Health Services at (512) 776-2780 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Agenda:
The Committee will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

1. Call meeting to order.

2. Approve minutes from the March 2, 2017 Ethics Committee meeting.

3. Discussion and possible action on pending general complaints.

4. Discussion and possible action regarding attorneys report on cases where disciplinary actions have been recommended, Informal Conferences have been held, or State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH hearings) have been requested.

5. Items for consideration for future committee meeting agendas.

6. Public comment.

7. Set next committee meeting date(s).

8. Adjourn meeting.


Pursuant to Section 30.06, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with a concealed handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a concealed handgun.

Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly carried handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly.

Action may be taken on any of the above items. The board/committee reserves the right to go into executive session as authorized by the Government Code. Agenda items may be taken in any order at the discretion of the Chair. An individual who wishes to speak on an issue that falls under the board's/committee's jurisdiction shall be heard during the public comment agenda item. The Chair may establish and announce limitations on speakers, including time limits and when speakers may address the board/committee. The limitations, if any, may vary from meeting to meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/07/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 6505 North IH 35
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002928
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Les Trobman, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street, Room 608 Austin, Texas 78701-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:

TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION MEETING

The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) will attend the
Texas Association of Workforce Boards (TAWB) Meetings
May 7-8, 2017

Doubletree by Hilton Austin
6505 North IH 35
Austin, Texas 78752

Sunday, May 7, 2017

3:30 p.m. TAWB Executive Committee Meeting
5:30 p.m. Networking

Monday, May 8, 2017

8:00 a.m. Executive Directors Council Breakfast with TWC
10:30 a.m. TAWB Committee Meetings
12:30 p.m. TAWB Membership Luncheon
1:30 p.m. TWC Commissioners Panel


Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids, services, or special accommodations should contact Lori Berman at (817) 695-9173 or LBerman@nctcog.org at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Persons with questions regarding agenda content should contact TAWB Executive Director Greg Vaughn at (214) 620-9165.






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Agency Name: Department of State Health Services
Date of Meeting: 05/08/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Texas School Health Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Department of State Health Services, Tower Building, 1100 West 49th Street, Room 607
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002999
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Crystal Beard, MS CHES - TSHAC Contact, PO Box 149347 (MC 1925),Austin, TX 78714-9347, telephone (512) 776-7279, SchoolHealth@dshs.texas.gov. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, Department of State Health Services, telephone (512) 776-2780 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Agenda:
The Advisory Committee will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

1. Call meeting to order and introduction of members, staff, and guests.

2. Approval of the agenda for the May 8, 2017 TSHAC meeting.

3. Approval of the minutes from the March 27, 2017 TSHAC meeting.

4. Discussion and possible action regarding Recommendations for Offering Physical Activity Outside of the School Day.

5. Updates from the Texas Education Agency, Texas Department of Agriculture, and Texas Department of State Health Services.

6. Update from the Texas Education Agency regarding Fitnessgram®, including discussion and possible action regarding recommendations for coordinated school health related to the Fitnessgram®.

7. Discussion on DSHS school health services resources.

8. Discussion and possible action regarding new Coordinated School Health data websites, agenda topics for local school health advisory council meetings, and the revised TSHAC document revision schedule.

9. Discussion and possible action regarding the next TSHAC meetings on September 11, 2017 and November 13, 2017, including future agenda topics and future TSHAC meeting dates.

10. Public comment.

11. Adjournment.

Agenda items may be taken in any order at the discretion of the Presiding Officer. An individual who wishes to speak on an issue that falls under the Committee's jurisdiction shall be heard during the Public Comment agenda item. The Presiding Chair may establish and announce limitations on speakers, including time limits and when speakers may address the Committee. The limitations, if any, may vary from meeting to meeting.



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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/08/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002799
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, dana@arts.texas.gov, 512-936-6570
Agenda: To evaluate Music ?& Opera applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors
Date of Meeting: 05/08/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Complaints Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Travis Building, Room #1-100, 1701 North Congress Avenue
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002992
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Cristina De Luna, Executive Director, (512) 834-6658 or lpc@dshs.state.tx.us. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to call Anne Mosher, Center for External Relations, Department of State Health Services at (512) 776-2780 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Agenda:
The Committee will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:


1. Call to Order.

2. Introduction of members, staff, and guests.

3. Report from Executive Director on cases administratively closed.

4. Discussion and possible action concerning pending complaints.
1061-13-0223-JH
1061-14-0082-JB
1061-14-0086-YH
1061-14-0128-AE
1061-14-0138-SB
1061-14-0142-SW
1061-14-0143-KC
1061-14-0147-AB
1061-14-0162-MD
1061-14-0202-JW
1061-15-0082
& 1061-15-0117-MC
1061-15-0109-MK
1061-15-0115-JW
1061-15-0165-BH
1061-15-0200-DP
1061-17-0086-LK

5. Discussion and possible action regarding disciplinary actions taken or proposed, compliance with Agreed Orders, Informal Conferences held, and requests for hearing at the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH).
1061-07-0068
& 1061-07-0123-LP

1061-09-0007
& 1061-10-0020
& 1061-10-0064-JP

1061-09-0051-JP
1061-16-0254-JB

6. Public comment.

7. Set next committee meeting date(s).

8. Adjournment.

Pursuant to Section 30.06, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with a concealed handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a concealed handgun.

Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly carried handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly.

Discussion, deliberation, and action may be taken on any of the listed agenda items.

The Committee may exercise its option to go into executive session on any agenda item in accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Government Code, Chapter 551, Subchapter D. An individual who wishes to speak on an issue that falls under the Board's jurisdiction may be heard during the Public Comment agenda item. The Chair may establish and announce limitations on speakers, including time limits and when speakers may address the Board.


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Agency Name: Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors
Date of Meeting: 05/08/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Travis Building, Room #1-100, 1701 North Congress Avenue
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002990
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Cristina De Luna, Executive Director, (512) 834-6658 or lpc@dshs.state.tx.us. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to call Anne Mosher, Center for External Relations, Department of State Health Services at (512) 776-2780 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Agenda:
The Board will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

1. Call to Order.

2. Introduction of members, staff, and guests.

3. Discussion and possible action concerning board members who are inexcusably absent from regularly scheduled board meetings, as defined under Texas Occupations Code Section 503.107(a)(5).

4. Discussion and possible action concerning applicants from March 1, 2017 and March 2, 2017 Applications and Supervision Issues Committees meetings.

Collins, Corina
Daniels, Lesby
Dunnehoo, Lucy
Hardin, Britni
Johnson, Nicola
Montano Dean, Cynthia
Scialdo, Lauren
Sifflet, Alison
Webb, Natasha
Winn, Janine
Young, Alonza

5. Board Chair Report and Update concerning current challenges and accomplishments; interaction with stakeholders, state officials, and staff; committee appointments and functions; workload of Board members; and general information regarding the routine functioning of the Board.

6. Executive Director's Report concerning program operations; customer service accomplishments and challenges; current and/or historical licensee statistics; media, legislative, and stakeholder contacts and concerns; workload processing; special projects assigned to executive director; and general information regarding the routine functioning of the licensure program.

7. Management Report and Update from the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Professional Licensing and Certification Unit, including unit organization and staffing; program costs and revenue; current operational initiatives; customer service accomplishments and challenges; workload processing and statistical information; status of rulemaking within the unit; legislative and media contacts and tracking; and general information regarding the routine functioning of the unit.

8. Public comment.

9. Set next Board meeting date(s).

10. Items for consideration for future committee and Board meeting agendas.

11. Announcements and comments not requiring Board action, such as statements regarding conferences and other recent or upcoming events.

12. Adjournment.

Pursuant to Section 30.06, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with a concealed handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a concealed handgun.

Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly carried handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly.

Discussion, deliberation, and action may be taken on any of the listed agenda items.

The committee may exercise its option to go into executive session on any agenda item in accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Government Code, Chapter 551, Subchapter D. An individual who wishes to speak on an issue that falls under the Board's jurisdiction may be heard during the Public Comment agenda item. The Chair may establish and announce limitations on speakers, including time limits and when speakers may address the Board.


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/09/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002800
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, 512-936-6570, dana@arts.texas.gov
Agenda: To evaluate Music & Opera applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors
Date of Meeting: 05/09/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Complaints Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Travis Building, Room #1-100, 1701 North Congress Avenue
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002993
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Cristina De Luna, Executive Director, (512) 834-6658 or lpc@dshs.state.tx.us. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to call Anne Mosher, Center for External Relations, Department of State Health Services at (512) 776-2780 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Agenda:
The Committee will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:


1. Call to Order.

2. Introduction of members, staff, and guests.

3. Discussion and possible action concerning pending complaints.
1061-14-0037-LM
1061-14-0089-MB
1061-14-0090-JG
1061-14-0117-RA
1061-14-0130-DH
1061-14-0137-IG
1061-14-0155-LS
1061-14-0183-BC
1061-14-0184-TM
1061-14-0213-SR
1061-15-0015-JL
1061-15-0016-AGH
1061-15-0027-GH
1061-15-0040-DD
1061-15-0042-LC
1061-15-0048-TL
1061-15-0071-DG
1061-15-0080-JM
1061-15-0089-BE
1061-15-0095-GD
1061-15-0102-MP
1061-15-0105-RC
1061-15-0120-BS
1061-15-0191-PW
1061-15-0193-NO
1061-15-0194-CD
1061-15-0197-PS
1061-15-0201-YU
1061-15-0207-PA
1061-15-0216-TB
1061-16-0142-MG
1061-16-0164-AB
1061-17-0040-CH
1061-17-0079-DP

4. Public comment.

5. Set next committee meeting date(s).

6. Adjournment.

Pursuant to Section 30.06, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with a concealed handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a concealed handgun.

Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly carried handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly.

Discussion, deliberation, and action may be taken on any of the listed agenda items.

The Committee may exercise its option to go into executive session on any agenda item in accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Government Code, Chapter 551, Subchapter D. An individual who wishes to speak on an issue that falls under the Board's jurisdiction may be heard during the Public Comment agenda item. The Chair may establish and announce limitations on speakers, including time limits and when speakers may address the Board.


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Agency Name: Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation
Date of Meeting: 05/10/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 512 E. Brazos Ave.
City Location: West Columbia
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002448
Submit Date: 04/10/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: David Danenfelzer at 512-477-3562
Agenda: TEXAS STATE AFFORDABLE HOUSING CORPORATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS

Notice is hereby given of a public hearing to be held by the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation (the Issuer) at the City of West Columbia City Hall, San Jancinto Room at, 512 E. Brazos, Ave., West Columbia, Texas 77486 on May 10th, 2017 at 6:00 pm, on the proposed issuance by the Issuer of one or more series of multifamily housing revenue bonds (the Bonds) to provide financing for the acquisition, renovation, rehabilitation and equipping of the following Multifamily Housing Project, as well as to fund working capital for the Project and reserve funds and costs of issuance for the Bonds:

Brooks Manor Apartments, 444 Jefferson Street, West Columbia, Texas 77486

The maximum aggregate face amount of the Bonds to be issued with respect to the Project is $5 million. The owner of the Projects is Steele Brooks LLC, a Limited Liability Corporation.

All interested persons are invited to attend the public hearing to express orally, or in writing, their views on the Projects and the issuance of the Bonds. Further information with respect to the proposed Bonds will be available at the hearing or upon written request prior thereto addressed to the Issuer at 2200 East Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78702, Attention: David W. Danenfelzer; (512) 477-3562.

Individuals who require auxiliary aids in order to attend this meeting should contact Laura Ross, ADA Responsible Employee, at 512-477-3560 at least two days before the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Individuals may transmit written testimony or comments regarding the subject matter of this public hearing to David Danenfelzer at ddanenfelzer@tsahc.org.

David Danenfelzer
Senior Director of Development Finance Programs
Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation
2200 East Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Austin, Texas 78702


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Agriculture
Date of Meeting: 05/10/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Texas Wine Industry Development Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: SFAustin Bldg., 1700 North Congress Avenue, 11th Floor, room 1104A
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002493
Submit Date: 04/12/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Linda Ryan, 1700 North congress Avenue, Austin, Texas 78701, (512) 475-0044; Linda.Ryan@TexasAgriculture.gov
Agenda: AGENDA:
I. Call to Order.
II. Opening Remarks. Swearing in of New Member.
III. Approval of April 6, 2016 minutes.
IV. Texas Department of Agriculture Update. Current funding, promotional activities, grants and other opportunities.
V. Discussion and update.
a. Industry grape and wine production;
b. Crop, pest or disease pressures;
c. Marketing trends in the Texas Wine Industry.
VI. Chairmans discussion and update. Policy and pending 2017 legislation for the Texas Wine Industry.
VII. Other Business Raised at Meeting: Response and action to be placed on next agenda.
VIII. Public Comment.
IX. Discussion of Next Meeting Date and Location.
X. Adjourn.


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/10/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002801
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, dana@arts.texas.gov, 512-936-6570
Agenda: To evaluate Music & Opera applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Capital Area Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 05/10/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 6800 Burleson Rd., Bldg. 310, Suite 165
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002988
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Michelle Mooney (512) 916-6018 mmooney@capcog.org
Agenda: 1.Opening Remarks and Pledge of Allegiance by the Chair

2. Consideration of Minutes for the April 12, 2017 Meeting

3. Consider Accepting the Quarterly Investment Report
Lisa Byrd, Director of Finance

4. Consider Adopting a Resolution Proclaiming June 15, 2017 as World Elder Abuse Awareness Day in the CAPCOG Region
Patty Bordie, Aging Services Director

5. Presentation of the Mid-Year Budget Report for CAPCOG FY 2017
Sheila Jennings, Director of Administration

6. Consider Approving Amendment to CAPCOG FY16-17 Solid Waste Program Funding Plan
Andrew Hoekzema, Regional Services Director
Ken May, Regional Programs Coordinator

7. Project Update: EDA Disaster Resiliency and Mitigation in the Capital Area
Chris Schreck, Director of Planning and Economic Development

8. Consider Appointments to Advisory Committees
Betty Voights, Executive Director
Michelle Mooney, Administrative Coordinator


9. Staff Reports: Updates on Internal Activities
Betty Voights, Executive Director

10. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Date of Meeting: 05/11/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1106 Clayton Lane, Suite 125E
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002931
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Pauline Easley, Legal Assistant, 512-463-8179
Agenda: 1. Call to Order and Introductory Remarks

2. Rules of Conduct for Hearing

3. Overview of rulemaking process and proposed new rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 119, §§119.1 - 119.3, 119.10 - 119.15, 119.20, 119.21, 119.23, 119.24, 119.26, 119.27, 119.70, 119.80, 119.90 and 119.95, regarding the Sanitarians program

4. Receive public comments on proposed new rules.
(Any person wishing to provide public comments is required to complete a Public Comment form.)

5. Adjournment

If you require auxiliary aids, services, or materials in an alternate format contact the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation at least 3 working days prior to the meeting date. Phone: (512) 463-8179, FAX: (512) 475-3032, E-MAIL: erule.comments@tdlr.texas.gov, TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).

Watch the public hearing on TDLR's YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/TexasLicensing

The proposed new rules were published in the April 21, 2017, issue of the Texas Register (42 TexReg 2123). The proposed new rules are also posted on the Departments website at: https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/newprograms2.htm


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Date of Meeting: 05/11/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1106 Clayton Lane, Suite 125E
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002933
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Pauline Easley, Legal Assistant, 512-463-8179
Agenda: 1. Call to Order and Introductory Remarks

2. Rules of Conduct for Hearing

3. Overview of rulemaking process and proposed new rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 78, §§78.1, 78.10, 78.20 - 78.22, 78.24, 78.25, 78.30, 78.40, 78.50, 78.52, 78.54, 78.56, 78.58, 78.60, 78.62, 78.64, 78.66.78.68, 78.70, 78.72, 78.74, 78.80, 78.85, 78.90, 78.92, 78.100, 78.110, 78.120, 78.130, 78.140 and 78.150, regarding the Mold Assessors and Remediators program

4. Receive public comments on proposed new rules.
(Any person wishing to provide public comments is required to complete a Public Comment form.)

5. Adjournment

If you require auxiliary aids, services, or materials in an alternate format contact the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation at least 3 working days prior to the meeting date. Phone: (512) 463-8179, FAX: (512) 475-3032, E-MAIL: erule.comments@tdlr.texas.gov, TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).

Watch the public hearing on TDLR's YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/TexasLicensing

The proposed new rules were published in the April 21, 2017, issue of the Texas Register (42 TexReg 2057). The proposed new rules are also posted on the Departments website at: https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/newprograms2.htm


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Date of Meeting: 05/11/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1106 CLayton Lane, Suite 125E
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002932
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Pauline Easley, Legal Assistant, 512-463-8179
Agenda: 1. Call to Order and Introductory Remarks

2. Rules of Conduct for Hearing

3. Overview of rulemaking process and proposed new rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 62, §§62.1, 62.10, 62.20 - 62.25, 62.30, 62.65, 62.70 - 62.72, 62.80, 62.90 and 62.91, regarding the Code Enforcement Officers program

4. Receive public comments on proposed new rules.
(Any person wishing to provide public comments is required to complete a Public Comment form.)

5. Adjournment

If you require auxiliary aids, services, or materials in an alternate format contact the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation at least 3 working days prior to the meeting date. Phone: (512) 463-8179, FAX: (512) 475-3032, E-MAIL: erule.comments@tdlr.texas.gov, TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).

Watch the public hearing on TDLR's YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/TexasLicensing

The proposed new rules were published in the April 21, 2017, issue of the Texas Register (42 TexReg 2051). The proposed new rules are also posted on the Departments website at:
https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/newprograms2.htm


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/11/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: State Medicaid Managed Care Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 4900 North Lamar Blvd. (Health and Human Services Commission, Brown-Heatly Building, Public Hearing Room)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002913
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Charles Bredwell, Program Specialist, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-462-6337, or charles.bredwell@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:

State Medicaid Managed Care Advisory Committee

May 11, 2017
9 a.m.

Meeting Site:
Health and Human Services Commission
Brown-Heatly Building
Public Hearing Room
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78751



1. Call to order
2. Roll call
3. Welcoming remarks
4. Adoption of October 13, 2016, meeting minutes
5. Discussion of development of a committee strategic plan
a. Plan development process
b. Plan goal development
c. Assign goal development groups
6. Breakout sessions to develop goal strategies and action items
7. Discussion of goal strategies and action items
8. Discussion and adoption of the strategic plan
9. Public comment
10. Adjournment

Public comment may be taken on any agenda item.


Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Charles Bredwell, Program Specialist, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-462-6337, or charles.bredwell@hhsc.state.tx.us.

This meeting is open to the public. No reservations are required, and there is no cost to attend this meeting.

People with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Bredwell at 512-462-6337 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: East Texas Behavioral HealthCare Network
Date of Meeting: 05/11/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Regional Oversight Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 233 Sgt Ed Holcomb Blvd
City Location: Conroe
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003010
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Gary Bramlett
Agenda: 1. Committee Reports
Financials for January, February, March
Pharmacy Update
Appoint PIC, Business Director, & Executive Director as officers of the pharmacy.

2. Managed Care Clinical Workgroup Update

3. Consent Agenda
Minutes from March 3, 2017
Investment Officers Report
Contract Ratifications

4. RPNAC Project Ideas

5. Telemedicine Update

6. Telehealth (LPHA) Update

7. Purchasing SharePoint Site Update

8. Event Updates (Center Board Retreat, Managed Care Summit, IDD Summit, Trauma Informed Care

9. Date & Time for Next ROC Meeting

10. Closed Session Pursuant to Texas Government Code §551.074 the Board will convene in closed session to discuss personnel matters related to telemedicine services by contract physician and nurse practitioner.

11. Lunch

12. Tour of New Tri-County Facility


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Agency Name: Groundwater Management Area 15
Date of Meeting: 05/11/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Dr. Pattie Dodson Health Center, 2805 N. Navarro St., Room 108
City Location: Victoria
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002789
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Tim Andruss, General Manager of Victoria County Groundwater Conservation District, 361-579-6863
Agenda: Notice of Meeting
Groundwater Management Area 15

Notice is hereby given in accordance with Chapter 36 of the Texas Water Code that the groundwater conservation districts located wholly or partially with Groundwater Management Area 15 consisting of Aransas County Groundwater Conservation District, Bee Groundwater Conservation District, Calhoun County Groundwater Conservation District, Coastal Bend Groundwater Conservation District, Coastal Plains Groundwater Conservation District, Colorado County Groundwater Conservation District, Corpus Christi Aquifer Storage and Recovery Conservation District, Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District, Fayette County Groundwater Conservation District, Goliad County Groundwater Conservation District, Pecan Valley Groundwater Conservation District, Refugio Groundwater Conservation District, Texana Groundwater Conservation District, and Victoria County Groundwater Conservation District will hold a joint planning meeting at 9:00 AM on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at the Pattie Dodson Health Center, 2805 N. Navarro St., Rm. 108, Victoria, Texas. The meeting will be open to the public.

Agenda:

1.Call to order and welcome guests.
2.Receive public comment.
3.Consideration of and possible action on matters related to the minutes of the previous meeting.
4.Consideration of and possible action on matters related to budget and financial reports of Groundwater Management Area 15.
5.Consideration of and possible action on reports and communication from Groundwater Management Area 15 member districts and Groundwater Management Area 15 representatives to Regional Water Planning Groups.
6.Consideration of and possible action on reports from Texas Water Development Board representatives to Groundwater Management Area 15 including GR16-025 MAG.
7.Consideration of and possible action on matters related to joint planning including the review of management plans and accomplishments of Groundwater Management Area 15 member districts.
8.Consideration of and possible action on administrative and organizational matters of Groundwater Management Area 15.
9.Consideration of and possible action on identification and scheduling of future agenda items and meetings.
10.Receive public comment.
11.Adjournment.

Please submit comments, questions, and requests for additional information to Tim Andruss of the Victoria County Groundwater Conservation District by mail at 2805 N. Navarro St., Suite 210, Victoria, Texas 77901, by email at admin@vcgcd.org, or by phone at (361) 579-6863.

_____________________________________
Tim Andruss, Administrator
Groundwater Management Area 15


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Date of Meeting: 05/12/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1106 Clayton Lane, Suite 125E
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002936
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Pauline Easley, Legal Assistant, 512-463-8179
Agenda: 1. Call to Order and Introductory Remarks

2. Rules of Conduct for Hearing

3. Overview of rulemaking process and proposed new rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 117, Subchapter A, §117.1 and §117.2; Subchapter C, §§117.20 - 117.24; Subchapter D, §§117.30 - 117.34; Subchapter E, §117.40 and §117.41; Subchapter F, §§117.50 - 117.68; Subchapter G, §117.80 - 117.85; Subchapter H, §§117.90 - 117.93; Subchapter I, §117.100; Subchapter J, §§117.110 - 117.112, regarding the Massage Therapy program

4. Receive public comments on proposed new rules.
(Any person wishing to provide public comments is required to complete a Public Comment form.)

5. Adjournment

If you require auxiliary aids, services, or materials in an alternate format contact the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation at least 3 working days prior to the meeting date. Phone: (512) 463-8179, FAX: (512) 475-3032, E-MAIL: erule.comments@tdlr.texas.gov, TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).

Watch the public hearing on TDLR's YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/TexasLicensing

The proposed new rules were published in the April 21, 2017, issue of the Texas Register (42 TexReg 2094). The proposed new rules are also posted on the Departments website at:
https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/newprograms2.htm


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Date of Meeting: 05/12/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1106 Clayton Lane, Suite 125E
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002935
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Pauline Easley, Legal Assistant, 512-463-8179
Agenda: 1. Call to Order and Introductory Remarks

2. Rules of Conduct for Hearing

3. Overview of rulemaking process and proposed new rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 118, §§118.1 - 118.3, 118.10, 118.20, 118.30 - 118.35, 118.40, 118.50, 118.60, 118.61, 118.70, 118.71, 118.80, 118.90, 118.91, 118.100 and 118.110, regarding the Laser Hair Removal program

4. Receive public comments on proposed new rules.
(Any person wishing to provide public comments is required to complete a Public Comment form.)

5. Adjournment

If you require auxiliary aids, services, or materials in an alternate format contact the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation at least 3 working days prior to the meeting date. Phone: (512) 463-8179, FAX: (512) 475-3032, E-MAIL: erule.comments@tdlr.texas.gov, TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).

Watch the public hearing on TDLR's YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/TexasLicensing

The proposed new rules were published in the April 21, 2017, issue of the Texas Register (42 TexReg 2114). The proposed new rules are also posted on the Departments website at:
https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/newprograms2.htm


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Date of Meeting: 05/12/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1106 CLayton Lane, Suite 125E
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002934
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Pauline Easley, Legal Assistant, 512-463-8179
Agenda: 1. Call to Order and Introductory Remarks

2. Rules of Conduct for Hearing

3. Overview of rulemaking process and proposed new rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 90, Subchapter A, §90.1, §90.10; Subchapter B, §§90.20 - 90.27; Subchapter C, §§90.30 - 90.34; Subchapter D, §§90.40 - 90.49; Subchapter E, §§90.50 - 90.54; Subchapter F, §90.80; and Subchapter G, §§90.90 - 90.94, regarding Offender Education Programs

4. Receive public comments on proposed new rules.
(Any person wishing to provide public comments is required to complete a Public Comment form.)

5. Adjournment

If you require auxiliary aids, services, or materials in an alternate format contact the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation at least 3 working days prior to the meeting date. Phone: (512) 463-8179, FAX: (512) 475-3032, E-MAIL: erule.comments@tdlr.texas.gov, TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).

Watch the public hearing on TDLR's YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/TexasLicensing

The proposed new rules were published in the April 21, 2017, issue of the Texas Register (42 TexReg 2080). The proposed new rules are also posted on the Departments website at: https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/newprograms2.htm


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/12/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board for Evaluation of Interpreters Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 4900 North Lamar Blvd. (Health and Human Services Commission, Brown-Heatly Building, Room 4501)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002894
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Angela Bryant, BEI Program Administrator, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-407-3269, angela.bryant@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:

Board for Evaluation of Interpreters Advisory Committee

May 12, 2017
10 a.m.

Meeting Site:
Health and Human Services Commission
Brown-Heatly Building
Room 4501
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78751

1. Call to order
2. Introductions
3. Health and Human Services (HHS) leadership update
4. Discussion on HHS leadership update
5. Adoption of minutes from the January 13, 2017, meeting
6. Plan presentation for Board for Evaluation of Interpreters Forum at Texas Society of Interpreters for the Deaf Conference
7. Adjourn

Public comment may be taken on any agenda item.

Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Angela Bryant, BEI Program Administrator, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-407-3269, angela.bryant@hhsc.state.tx.us.

This meeting is open to the public. No reservations are required, and there is no cost to attend this meeting.

People with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Bryant at 512-407-3269 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/12/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002802
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, dana@arts.texas.gov
Agenda: To evaluate Presenting Organizations applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas Medical Board
Date of Meeting: 05/12/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Texas Physician Health Program Personnel Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Tower 2, Room 400D
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002897
Submit Date: 04/24/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Joan Howard Allen, General Counsel, (512) 305-7462, fax (512)463-0216, email info@txphp.state.tx.us, 333 Guadalupe, Tower 2, Suite 520, Austin, TX 78701
Agenda: TEXAS PHYSICIAN HEALTH PROGRAM
Hobby Building
PERSONNEL COMMITTEE MEETING
333 Guadalupe, Tower 2, Suite 400D
Austin, Texas 78701


BOARD AGENDA
Friday, May 12, 2017 10:00 a.m.

Agenda item numbers are assigned for ease of reference only and do not necessarily reflect the order of their consideration by the Committee.

Call to Order; Roll Call; Welcome


Agenda Item 1
Discussion, recommendations, and possible action regarding the appointment to the position of Executive Medical Director, Texas Physician Health Program

Agenda Item 2
Adjourn

Executive Session
The Board may close the meeting to the public and continue in executive session for the following reasons:
a. Private consultation and advice of legal counsel concerning pending or contemplated litigation, settlement offers, and/or legal matters subject to the attorney-client privilege under the authority of the Open Meetings Act Section 551.071, Government Code
b. Deliberations concerning the appointment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a public officer or employee or to hear a complaint or charge against an officer or employee under the authority of the Open Meetings Act Section 551.074, Government Code.

While in executive session, the Board will not take any action, make any decision, or vote with regard to any matter that may be considered or discussed. A certified agenda of any executive session will be made.



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Agency Name: Texas Board of Nursing
Date of Meeting: 05/12/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Eligibility & Disciplinary Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Dr.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002518
Submit Date: 04/12/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jena Abel, Deputy General Counsel (512) 305-6822
Agenda: TEXAS BOARD OF NURSING
333 GUADALUPE STREET, SUITE 3-460
AUSTIN, TX 78701

Agenda for Eligibility & Disciplinary Advisory Committee Meeting
William P. Hobby Building, Tower III, Room 102
Friday, May 12, 2017- 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

1. Call to Order.

2. Review and Approval of the Agenda.

3. Review and Approval of the Meeting Minutes of June 25, 2015.

4. Review of the Boards new charge to the Committee, issued on January 19, 2017.

5. Review and discussion of: the Sunset Commissions adopted recommendations; HB 2950; SB 305; the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact; Board Rule 213.28; and Occupations Code Chapter 53.

6. Review and discussion of the rules/policies related to criminal offenses and licensure of the Texas Medical Board, the Texas Pharmacy Board, and the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.

7. Review and discussion of the Boards current Disciplinary Guidelines for Criminal Conduct and discussion from Committee members regarding recommended amendments, including offenses that should be considered for removal from the Guidelines. Additional discussion may include: the nexus to the practice of nursing; consideration of felonies/misdemeanors; moral turpitude; criminal indictments; deferred adjudications/pre-trial diversions; and professional character.

8. Items for Future Agenda.

9. Set Future Meeting Date.

10. Adjournment.


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Agency Name: Prairielands Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 05/15/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors - Notice of Hearing
Status: Active
Street Location: 205 South Caddo Street
City Location: Cleburne
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002699
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: District Staff: (817) 556-2299
Agenda: PRAIRIELANDS GROUNDWATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
NOTICE OF HEARING
MAY 15, 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all interested persons within Ellis, Hill, Johnson, and Somervell Counties, Texas:

That the Board of Directors of the Prairielands Groundwater Conservation District ("District") will hold a public hearing and may take action on proposed changes to the District Rules. The proposed changes establish a minimum tract size requirement of two (2) acres for all wells drilled or completed in any aquifer in the District after the effective date of the rule amendment and for all existing wells that are substantially altered after the effective date of the rule amendment; exempt from the minimum tract size requirement: a) an existing well that is substantially altered if the maximum amount of water the altered existing well can produce is 17.36 gpm or less and the well is used solely for domestic, livestock use, or poultry use and b) wells that meet the exceptions to spacing or minimum tract size requirements under new Rule 4.5, which allows an applicant to seek an exception if their land was platted prior to the effective date of the rules amendments as a tract smaller than two (2) acres, or if the applicant was in the process of platting such a smaller tract on the effective date of the rules amendments under certain conditions; establish the process for consideration, approval, or denial of an application for an exception; categorize drilling a well in violation of minimum tract size requirements as a major violation; clarify that persons who violate the minimum tract size requirements are subject to civil penalties and may be required to plug, recomplete, or reconstruct the well in accordance with District rules.

This hearing will be held on Monday, May 15, 2017, beginning at 8:30 a.m., at the Districts offices located at 205 South Caddo Street, Cleburne, Texas.

Any person who desires to appear at the hearing and present testimony, evidence, or other information on the proposed changes to District Rules may do so in person, by counsel, or both. Testimony may be presented verbally or in written form. Limits may be placed on the amount of time that each person is allowed to testify. Any person with a disability who needs special accommodations should call 817-556-2299. The hearing posted in this notice may be recessed from day to day or continued where appropriate.

A copy of the proposed changes to District Rules: (1) may be requested by email at rosetta@prairielandsgcd.org, (2) are available at the Districts website at www.prairielandsgcd.org, and (3) may be reviewed or copied at 205 South Caddo Street, Cleburne, TX 76031. Any person who wishes to receive more detailed information on the above-listed notice should contact Jim Conkwright, General Manager, at 817-556-2299.



END OF AD

Jim Conkwright, General Manager
Prairielands Groundwater Conservation District
P.O. Box 3128, Cleburne, TX 76033
(817) 556-2299
(817) 556-2305 (fax)


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Agency Name: Comptroller of Public Accounts
Date of Meeting: 05/16/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 111 East 17th Street, Room #114 LBJ State Office Building
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002951
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ms. Linda Fernandez, Office of the Comptroller of Public Accounts, 311 East 14th Street, Austin, Texas 78701. Telephone: 1-800-531-5441, Extension 34863
Agenda: 1. Call to Order and Roll Call; discussion and possible action.

2. Review of February 7, 2017, meeting and consideration of approval of minutes of the February 7, 2017, Board meeting; discussion and possible action.

3. Market Environment Update; discussion and possible action.

4. Quarterly Investment Performance Reports.
a. Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan.
b. Texas Tuition Promise Fund.
c. Texas College Savings Plan.
d. LoneStar 529 Plan.

5. Update on Texas ABLE Program; discussion and possible action.
a. Texas ABLE Advisory Committee Report.
b. Consideration of approval of the Texas ABLE Program Investment Policy Statement; discussion and possible action.

6. Administrative, Budget, and Contract Items.
a. Consideration of Proposed Fiscal Year 2018 Budget; discussion and possible action.
b. Consideration of Responses to Request for Proposals No. 219h for Actuarial Services; discussion and possible action.
c. Consideration of Responses to Request for Proposals No. 219i for Professional Certified Public Accounting Services; discussion and possible action.
d. Update on proposed settlement relating to the Plan Management Services Agreements with OFI Private Investments, Inc.; discussion and possible action.

7. Plan Manager Administration and Marketing Reports.
a. Texas Tuition Promise Fund.
b. Texas College Savings Plan.
c. LoneStar 529 Plan.

8. Future board meeting dates.

9. Changes to investment policies, plan managers, investment managers, investment options, sub-advisers, management fees, broker/dealer agreements, or other issues concerning investments, including possible vote on issuance of Request for Proposals for plan manager, investment, or other plan services; discussion and possible action.

10. Public comment.

11. Adjournment.

EXECUTIVE SESSIONS
The board reserves the right to conduct a closed meeting to discuss any posted agenda items as authorized by law, such as to receive legal advice concerning the agenda item as permitted by Section 551.071 of the Open Meetings Act, codified as Chapter 551 of the Government Code. The board may also meet in open session to take action on a matter considered in the closed meeting as required by Section 551.102 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Government Code.

NOTICE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, also non-English speaking persons who may need assistance are requested to contact Linda Fernandez, 1-800-531-5441, Ext. 34863, at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting so that the appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Comptroller of Public Accounts
Date of Meeting: 05/16/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 111 E 17th, Room 114 LBJ State Office Building
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002947
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ms. Linda Fernandez, Office of the Comptroller of Public Accounts, 311 East 14th Street, Austin, Texas 78701. Telephone: 1-800-531-5441, Extension 34863
Agenda: 1. Call to Order and Roll Call; discussion and possible action.

2. Review of February 7, 2017, meeting and consideration of approval of minutes of the February 7, 2017, Board meeting; discussion and possible action.

3. Market Environment Update; discussion and possible action.

4. Quarterly Investment Performance Reports.
a. Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan.
b. Texas Tuition Promise Fund.
c. Texas College Savings Plan.
d. LoneStar 529 Plan.

5. Update on Texas ABLE Program; discussion and possible action.
a. Texas ABLE Advisory Committee Report.
b. Consideration of approval of the Texas ABLE Program Investment Policy Statement; discussion and possible action.

6. Administrative, Budget, and Contract Items.
a. Consideration of Proposed Fiscal Year 2018 Budget; discussion and possible action.
b. Consideration of Responses to Request for Proposals No. 219h for Actuarial Services; discussion and possible action.
c. Consideration of Responses to Request for Proposals No. 219i for Professional Certified Public Accounting Services; discussion and possible action.
d. Update on proposed settlement relating to the Plan Management Services Agreements with OFI Private Investments, Inc.; discussion and possible action.

7. Plan Manager Administration and Marketing Reports.
a. Texas Tuition Promise Fund.
b. Texas College Savings Plan.
c. LoneStar 529 Plan.

8. Future board meeting dates.

9. Changes to investment policies, plan managers, investment managers, investment options, sub-advisers, management fees, broker/dealer agreements, or other issues concerning investments, including possible vote on issuance of Request for Proposals for plan manager,
10 investment, or other plan services; discussion and possible action.

. Public comment.

11. Adjournment.

EXECUTIVE SESSIONS
The board reserves the right to conduct a closed meeting to discuss any posted agenda items as authorized by law, such as to receive legal advice concerning the agenda item as permitted by Section 551.071 of the Open Meetings Act, codified as Chapter 551 of the Government Code. The board may also meet in open session to take action on a matter considered in the closed meeting as required by Section 551.102 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Government Code.

NOTICE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, also non-English speaking persons who may need assistance are requested to contact Linda Fernandez, 1-800-531-5441, Ext. 34863, at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting so that the appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Comptroller of Public Accounts
Date of Meeting: 05/16/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 111 East 17th Street, Room #114 LBJ State Office Building
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002944
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ms. Linda Fernandez, Office of the Comptroller of Public Accounts, 311 East 14th Street, Austin, Texas 78701. Telephone: 1-800-531-5441, Extension 34863
Agenda: 1. Call to Order and Roll Call; discussion and possible action.

2. Review of February 7, 2017, meeting and consideration of approval of minutes of the February 7, 2017, Board meeting; discussion and possible action.

3. Market Environment Update; discussion and possible action.

4. Quarterly Investment Performance Reports.
a. Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan.
b. Texas Tuition Promise Fund.
c. Texas College Savings Plan.
d. LoneStar 529 Plan.

5. Update on Texas ABLE Program; discussion and possible action.
a. Texas ABLE Advisory Committee Report.
b. Consideration of approval of the Texas ABLE Program Investment Policy Statement; discussion and possible action.

6. Administrative, Budget, and Contract Items.
a. Consideration of Proposed Fiscal Year 2018 Budget; discussion and possible action.
b. Consideration of Responses to Request for Proposals No. 219h for Actuarial Services; discussion and possible action.

Open Meeting Submission Form


Date of Submission: April 25, 2017

Board: Texas Prepaid Higher Education Tuition Board

Date of Meeting: May 16, 2017

Time of Meeting: 10:00 a.m., Local time

Street Location: 111 East 17th Street, Room #114
LBJ State Office Building

City Location: Austin

State Location: Texas

Additional Information May Be Obtained From: Ms. Linda Fernandez, Office of the Comptroller of Public Accounts, 311 East 14th Street, Austin, Texas 78701. Telephone: 1-800-531-5441, Extension 34863

Agenda:

1. Call to Order and Roll Call; discussion and possible action.

2. Review of February 7, 2017, meeting and consideration of approval of minutes of the February 7, 2017, Board meeting; discussion and possible action.

3. Market Environment Update; discussion and possible action.

4. Quarterly Investment Performance Reports.
a. Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan.
b. Texas Tuition Promise Fund.
c. Texas College Savings Plan.
d. LoneStar 529 Plan.

5. Update on Texas ABLE Program; discussion and possible action.
a. Texas ABLE Advisory Committee Report.
b. Consideration of approval of the Texas ABLE Program Investment Policy Statement; discussion and possible action.

6. Administrative, Budget, and Contract Items.
a. Consideration of Proposed Fiscal Year 2018 Budget; discussion and possible action.
b. Consideration of Responses to Request for Proposals No. 219h for Actuarial Services; discussion and possible action.
c. Consideration of Responses to Request for Proposals No. 219i for Professional Certified Public Accounting Services; discussion and possible action.
d. Update on proposed settlement relating to the Plan Management Services Agreements with OFI Private Investments, Inc.; discussion and possible action.

7. Plan Manager Administration and Marketing Reports.
a. Texas Tuition Promise Fund.
b. Texas College Savings Plan.
c. LoneStar 529 Plan.

8. Future board meeting dates.

9. Changes to investment policies, plan managers, investment managers, investment options, sub-advisers, management fees, broker/dealer agreements, or other issues concerning investments, including possible vote on issuance of Request for Proposals for plan manager,
investment, or other plan services; discussion and possible action.

10. Public comment.

11. Adjournment.

EXECUTIVE SESSIONS
The board reserves the right to conduct a closed meeting to discuss any posted agenda items as authorized by law, such as to receive legal advice concerning the agenda item as permitted by Section 551.071 of the Open Meetings Act, codified as Chapter 551 of the Government Code. The board may also meet in open session to take action on a matter considered in the closed meeting as required by Section 551.102 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Government Code.

NOTICE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, also non-English speaking persons who may need assistance are requested to contact Linda Fernandez, 1-800-531-5441, Ext. 34863, at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting so that the appropriate arrangements can be made.



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Agency Name: Comptroller of Public Accounts
Date of Meeting: 05/16/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 111 East 17th Street, Room #114 LBJ State Office Building
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002941
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ms. Linda Fernandez, Office of the Comptroller of Public Accounts, 311 East 14th Street, Austin, Texas 78701. Telephone: 1-800-531-5441, Extension 34863
Agenda: Call to Order and Roll Call; discussion and possible action.

2. Review of February 7, 2017, meeting and consideration of approval of minutes of the February 7, 2017, Board meeting; discussion and possible action.

3. Market Environment Update; discussion and possible action.

4. Quarterly Investment Performance Reports.
a. Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan.
b. Texas Tuition Promise Fund.
c. Texas College Savings Plan.
d. LoneStar 529 Plan.

5. Update on Texas ABLE Program; discussion and possible action.
a. Texas ABLE Advisory Committee Report.
b. Consideration of approval of the Texas ABLE Program Investment Policy Statement; discussion and possible action.

6. Administrative, Budget, and Contract Items.
a. Consideration of Proposed Fiscal Year 2018 Budget; discussion and possible action.
b. Consideration of Responses to Request for Proposals No. 219h for Actuarial Services; discussion and possible action.
c. Consideration of Responses to Request for Proposals No. 219i for Professional Certified Public Accounting Services; discussion and possible action.
d. Update on proposed settlement relating to the Plan Management Services Agreements with OFI Private Investments, Inc.; discussion and possible action.

7. Plan Manager Administration and Marketing Reports.
a. Texas Tuition Promise Fund.
b. Texas College Savings Plan.
c. LoneStar 529 Plan.

8. Future board meeting dates.

9. Changes to investment policies, plan managers, investment managers, investment options, sub-advisers, management fees, broker/dealer agreements, or other issues concerning investments, including possible vote on issuance of Request for Proposals for plan manager, investment, or other plan services; discussion and possible action.

10. Public comment.

11. Adjournment.

EXECUTIVE SESSIONS
The board reserves the right to conduct a closed meeting to discuss any posted agenda items as authorized by law, such as to receive legal advice concerning the agenda item as permitted by Section 551.071 of the Open Meetings Act, codified as Chapter 551 of the Government Code. The board may also meet in open session to take action on a matter considered in the closed meeting as required by Section 551.102 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Government Code.

NOTICE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, also non-English speaking persons who may need assistance are requested to contact Linda Fernandez, 1-800-531-5441, Ext. 34863, at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting so that the appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Date of Meeting: 05/16/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Austin Convention Center, 500 East Cesar Chavez Street, Exhibit Halls 4 - 5, Booth Number 309 (1st Floor)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002608
Submit Date: 04/14/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mehgan Taack, (512) 239-3300
Agenda: AGENDA

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

TEXAS COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Austin Convention Center
Exhibit Halls 4 - 5, Booth Number 309 (1st Floor)
500 East Cesar Chavez Street
Austin, Texas 78701

The Commissioners of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) will attend and participate in an informal reception for volunteer EnviroMentors at a scheduled Break during the Environmental Trade Fair and Conference. No formal action will be taken by the TCEQ at this meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas Veterans Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/16/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Veterans Communication Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Stephen F. Austin Building, 1700 N. Congress Avenue, Room 800-I
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002213
Submit Date: 03/29/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Cindy Kendrick, Information Specialist (512) 463-0563
Agenda: I. Call to order.
II. Roll call of Committee members.
III. Public comment.
IV. Approve the minutes of the Veterans Communication Advisory Committee meeting held February 21, 2017.
V. Discussion and/or action regarding the Texas Veterans Commission (TVC) Excellence in Media Awards:
A. Review entry packet
B. Deadlines
C. Other issues relative to the Media Awards
VI. Discussion and/or action regarding creation of media contacts list and a media packet:
A. Media contacts list status report
B. Media packet status report, and methods of distribution
VII. Discussion and/or action regarding future Veterans outreach and upcoming events:
A. Radio Program status report and possible expansion
B. Veterans Land Board/TVC events and participation
C. TVC website status report
D. Update on social media site
E. Other activities and events
VIII. Discussion and/or action regarding needs for underserved Veterans and how TVC can reach them.
IX. Reports regarding legislative activity and possible legislative priorities for the Texas Veterans Commission.
X. Report and updates from TVC Communications Staff:
A. New members of staff/functions/interaction with the Committee
B. Other items
XI. Discussion on agenda items for the next Committee meeting.
XII. Discussion to set date, time, and location of future Committee meetings.
XIII. Adjournment.

Those individuals or organizations wishing to address the Committee in reference to an agenda item must make a request prior to the date of the meeting. Requests should be directed to Cindy Kendrick, Information Specialist, Texas Veterans Commission at (512) 463-0563.

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Cindy Kendrick, Information Specialist, at (512) 463-0563 two (2) work days prior to the meeting in order to make the appropriate arrangements.


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Agency Name: San Antonio Water System
Date of Meeting: 05/16/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Citizens Advisory Panel
Status: Active
Street Location: 2800 US Hwy 281 North
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017003015
Submit Date: 04/27/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: For assistance, please contact the Board Administrator at 210-233-3690.
Agenda: AGENDA
CITIZENS ADVISORY PANEL MEETING
SAWS Headquarters, 2800 U.S. Hwy 281 North, San Antonio, TX 78212
Customer Center Building (Tower II), Multi-Purpose Room (#145)
May 16, 2017, 6:00 p.m.


1. MEETING CALLED TO ORDER

2. Approval of the April 2017 Meeting Minutes

3. Water Resources Report

4. Presentation: SAWS Water Quality Protection Program

5. Recap of Public Comments Received on 2017 Water Management Plan Development

6. Possible Review and Discussion of Draft 2017 Water Management Plan Document

7. Public Comment Three minutes per speaker

8. NEXT SCHEDULED MEETING: June 20, 2017, 6:00 p.m.

9. ADJOURNMENT. The San Antonio Water System Citizens Advisory Panel Committee Meeting of May 16, 2017 is hereby adjourned.



SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM
HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT
The San Antonio Water System Buildings and meeting rooms are accessible to individuals with disabilities. Accessible visitor parking spaces as well as the accessible entrance and ramp are located at the north side main entrance of the SAWS Customer Center Building, Tower II, 2800 U.S. Highway 281 North. Individuals with disabilities in need of auxiliary aids and services, including Deaf interpreters, must request such aids and services forty-eight (48) hours prior to the meeting. For assistance, contact the Board Administrator at 210-233-3690 or 711 (Texas Relay Service for the Deaf).


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Agency Name: Texas Citrus Pest and Disease Management Corporation
Date of Meeting: 05/16/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: TexaSweet Conference Room, 901 Business Park Drive
City Location: Mission
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002940
Submit Date: 04/25/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Raina King, 901 Business Park Drive, Mission, Texas (956) 580-8004
Agenda: AGENDA:

I. Call to Order.
II. Opening Remarks and Introductions.
III. Review and Approval of Minutes from Previous Meeting (April 18, 2017)
IV. Review and Approval of Financial and Grants Reports.
V. Executive Director Report.
a) Discussion and possible action regarding the convening of the Technical Advisory Committee to study all significant threats to the industry and a plan to deal with them
b) Discussion and possible action regarding boards policy on payment plans
c) Discussion and possible action regarding board policy on determination of land that is primarily used to grow citrus for assessment purposes
d) Discussion and possible action regarding revision of threshold levels and compliance under current ACP trapping program
VI. Corporation Program Reports.
a) Area Wide Program
b) Bio Control Program
c) Education/Outreach
d) Report on United States Department of Agriculture Cooperative Agreement relating to Demonstration of New Grove Planting.
VII. Discussion and Update.
a) Texas Department of Agriculture Report.
b) United States Department of Agriculture/ Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service Report.
c) Citrus Center Report.
d) Texas AgriLife Extension and Research Report
VIII. Other Business Raised at Meeting: Response and action to be placed on next agenda.
IX. Public Comment
X. Adjourn Meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation
Date of Meeting: 05/17/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1938 S. Hampton Road
City Location: Glenn Heights
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002451
Submit Date: 04/10/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: David Danenfelzer at 512-477-3562
Agenda: TEXAS STATE AFFORDABLE HOUSING CORPORATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS

Notice is hereby given of a public hearing to be held by the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation (the Issuer) at the Glenn Heights City Fire Department at, 1938 S Hampton Road, Glenn Heights, Texas 75154 on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 6:00 pm, on the proposed issuance by the Issuer of one or more series of multifamily housing revenue bonds (the Bonds) to provide financing for the construction and equipping of the following multifamily housing project (the Project), as well as to fund any working capital for the Project, any reserve funds and costs of issuance for the Bonds:

Palladium Glenn Heights Apartments, located on the east side of Hampton Road approximately 3,500 feet north of Ovilla Road , Glenn Heights, Texas 75154.

The maximum aggregate face amount of the Bonds to be issued with respect to the Project is $18,500,000. The owner of the Project is Palladium Glenn Heights, Ltd. , a Texas forprofit corporation.

All interested persons are invited to attend the public hearing to express orally, or in writing, their views on the Project and the issuance of the Bonds. Further information with respect to the proposed Bonds will be available at the hearing or upon written request prior thereto addressed to the Issuer at 2200 East Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78702, Attention: David W. Danenfelzer; (512) 477-3562.

Individuals who require auxiliary aids in order to attend this meeting should contact Laura Ross, ADA Responsible Employee, at 512-477-3560 at least two days before the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Individuals may transmit written testimony or comments regarding the subject matter of this public hearing to David Danenfelzer at ddanenfelzer@tsahc.org.

David Danenfelzer
Senior Director of Development Finance Programs
Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation
2200 East Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Austin, Texas 78702


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Date of Meeting: 05/17/2017
Time of Meeting: 05:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Austin Convention Center, 500 East Cesar Chavez Street, Ballroom D Foyer and Ballroom D (4th Floor)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002609
Submit Date: 04/14/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mehgan Taack, (512) 239-3300
Agenda: AGENDA

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

TEXAS COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

5:30 p.m.
Austin Convention Center
Ballroom D Foyer and Ballroom D (4th Floor)
500 East Cesar Chavez Street
Austin, Texas 78701

The Commissioners of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) will attend and participate in a reception and banquet for the Texas Environmental Excellence Awards. The Commissioners may give presentations and discuss issues within their jurisdiction. No formal action will be taken by the TCEQ at this meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/17/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002804
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, dana@arts.texas.gov, 512-936-6570
Agenda: To evaluate Theater applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Banking
Date of Meeting: 05/18/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Prepaid Funeral Guaranty Fund Advisory Council
Status: Active
Street Location: 2601 North Lamar Blvd.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002731
Submit Date: 04/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jesse Saucillo (512) 475-1311
Agenda:
A. Discussion of and Possible Vote to Approve Minutes of the May 12, 2016 Prepaid Funeral Guaranty Fund Advisory Council Meeting

Recommended Motion: I move that we approve the minutes of the May 12, 2016 Prepaid Guaranty Fund Advisory Council meeting as presented.

B. Discussion of and Possible Vote to Approve the Activity of the Funds and the Investment Officer Reports for the period of March 1, 2016 to February 28, 2017

Recommended Motion: I move that we approve the report of the Guaranty Funds activities and the Investment Officer Reports for the period March 1, 2016 to February 28, 2017 as presented by Jesus Jesse Saucillo, Review Examiner.

C. Discussion of and Possible Vote to Ratify a Claim Related to El Paso Mission Funeral Home, Inc., El Paso, Texas

Recommended Motion: I move that we ratify the claim as presented by Russell Reese, Director of Special Audits.

D. Discussion of and Possible Vote to Ratify Claims Related to El Paso Mission Funeral Home, Inc., El Paso, Texas

Recommended Motion: I move that we ratify the claims as presented by Stephanie Lowe, Assistant General Counsel.

E. Discussion of and Possible Vote to Ratify a Claim Related to Walker Mora Funeral Home, Inc., Alice, Texas

Recommended Motion: I move that we ratify the claim as presented by Russell Reese, Director of Special Audits.

F. Discussion of and Possible Vote to Ratify Claims Related to Tom G. Walker Funeral Home, Inc., Coleman, Texas

Recommended Motion: I move that we ratify the claims as presented by Russell Reese, Director of Special Audits.

G. Discussion of and Possible Vote to Approve Revised Administrative Memorandum 2016

Recommended Motion: I move that we approve the amended administrative memorandum as presented by Jesus Jesse Saucillo, Review Examiner.

H. Discussion of Collection Efforts and Possible Future Claims

I. Discussion of Investment Officer Public Funds Investment Act Training

J. Discussion of Future Meeting Dates (no packet materials)


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/18/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002805
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, dana@arts.texas.gov, 512-936-6570
Agenda: To evaluate Theater applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: State Independent Living Council
Date of Meeting: 05/19/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 4319 James Casey St., Ste. 100
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002693
Submit Date: 04/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: craig@txsilc.org
Agenda: Independent Living Town Hall

The Texas SILC and the Valley Association for Independent Living (VAIL) Center for Independent Living will co-host an Independent Living Townhall in Edinburg, Texas to discuss important topics in the disability community. Members of the public interested in disability rights and services are encouraged to share their voice in this important discussion. While all topics relevant to Independent Living are welcome, we will focus on the following issues:

Transportation
Personal Care Attendants
Emergency Planning
Independent Living Services
Health Care

When: Friday, May 19, 2017 from 10 AM-12 PM

Where: Region One Education Services Center at 1900 W Schunior St, Edinburg, TX 78541. The meeting will be held in the Cameron Room.

Who: All members of the disability community, advocates, service providers, family members and those interested in disability rights and services

Accommodations: Individuals who plan to attend the meeting and need accommodations are asked to contact the TX SILC seven (7) business days prior to the meeting. Contact Ashley Fry at 512-371-7353 or ashley@txsilc.org

*CART Captioning, ASL, Mexican Sign Language, Home Sign and Spanish interpreter services will be provided*


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/19/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002807
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, dana@arts.texas.gov, 512-936-6570
Agenda: To evaluate Theater applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 05/20/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: State Board of Review Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 1316 Pennsylvania Avenue
City Location: Fort Worth
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002972
Submit Date: 04/26/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Judy George-Garza judy.george-garza@thc.texas.gov
Agenda: AGENDA

HISTORY PROGRAMS DIVISION
State Board of Review Meeting

THE WOMANS CLUB OF FORT WORTH
1316 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
FORT WORTH, TEXAS

May 20, 2017
8:30 a.m.

This meeting of the State Board of Review has been properly posted with the Secretary of States Office according to the provisions of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551. The State Board of Review may discuss and/or take action on any of the items listed in the agenda.

I. Call to Order
II. Announcements
III. Approval of Minutes from the January 21, 2017 meeting
IV. Review of Nominations for the National Register of Historic Places:
1. Stagecoach Inn (Amendment to Increase Boundary), Salado, Bell County
2. Plano Downtown Historic District, Plano, Collin County
3. Garland Downtown Historic District (Boundary Increase for Alston House), Garland, Dallas County
4. First National Bank Tower, Dallas, Dallas County
5. Charles W. Duncan, Sr. House, Houston, Harris County
6. Heights Theater, Houston, Harris County
7. Voelcker-Sueltenfuss House, Boerne, Kendall County
8. Montague County Courthouse and Old Jail, Montague, Montague County
9. Amarillo Building, Amarillo, Potter County
10. Fountain G. and Mary Oxsheer House, Fort Worth, Tarrant County
11. Tucker Apartment House, Austin, Travis County
V. Adjournment

NOTICE OF ASSISTANCE AT PUBLIC MEETINGS: Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, are requested to contact Judy George-Garza at (512) 463-8452 at least four business days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002808
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, dana@arts.texas.gov, 512-936-6570
Agenda: To evaluate ?Visual Arts applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002809
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, 512-936-6570, dana@arts.texas.gov
Agenda: To evaluate Theater applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on the Arts
Date of Meeting: 05/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grants Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 920 Colorado Street, 5th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002810
Submit Date: 04/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dana Douglass Swann, dana@arts.texas.gov, 512-936-6570
Agenda: To evaluate Theater applications and make recommendations for consideration by the Full Commission at their September 2017 meeting.


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Agency Name: Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation
Date of Meeting: 05/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2200 East Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017002449
Submit Date: 04/10/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: David Danenfelzer at 512-477-3562
Agenda: TEXAS STATE AFFORDABLE HOUSING CORPORATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS

Notice is hereby given of a public hearing to be held by the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation (the Issuer) at the Office of the Issuer at, 2200 East Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Austin, Texas 78702 on May 26th, 2017 at 12:00 pm, on the proposed issuance by the Issuer of one or more series of multifamily housing revenue bonds (the Bonds) to provide financing for the acquisition, renovation, rehabilitation and equipping of the following Multifamily Housing Project, as well as to fund working capital for the Project and reserve funds and costs of issuance for the Bonds:

Brooks Manor Apartments, 444 Jefferson Street, West Columbia, Texas 77486

The maximum aggregate face amount of the Bonds to be issued with respect to the Project is $5 million. The owner of the Projects is Steele Brooks LLC, a Limited Liability Corporation.

All interested persons are invited to attend the public hearing to express orally, or in writing, their views on the Projects and the issuance of the Bonds. Further information with respect to the proposed Bonds will be available at the hearing or upon written request prior thereto addressed to the Issuer at 2200 East Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78702, Attention: David W. Danenfelzer; (512) 477-3562.

Individuals who require auxiliary aids in order to attend this meeting should contact Laura Ross, ADA Responsible Employee, at 512-477-3560 at least two days before the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Individuals may transmit written testimony or comments regarding the subject matter of this public hearing to David Danenfelzer at ddanenfelzer@tsahc.org.

David Danenfelzer
Senior Director of Development Finance Programs
Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation
2200 East Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Austin, Texas 78702