Texas state agency meeting notices

Agency Name: Comptroller of Public Accounts
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 111 E. 17th Street, Rm. #114, LBJ State Office Building
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000225
Submit Date: 01/10/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Nora Arredondo, Texas Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company, 208 E. 10th Street, Austin, Texas 78701; (512) 463-4636.
Agenda: 1. Call to Order
2. Approval of the Minutes from September 21, 2016 Meeting, Discussion and Possible Action
3. Presentation of Independent Auditor’s Reports for the Trust Company
4. Economic Outlook, Investment and Review of Treasury Pool
5. Capital Markets Overview and Investment Performance Review for the Quarter Ending September 30, 2016 and Related Matters
6. Endowment, SWIFT and TESTIF Portfolio Updates and Related Matters
7. Discussion of Next Meeting and Agenda Items
8. Public Comment
9. Adjourn


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 Nora Arredondo at (512) 463-4636 at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting so that the appropriate arrangements may be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Personnel Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 515 Congress Avenue, Suite 1875
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000416
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Bart A. Boles, Executive Director 515 Congress Avenue, suite 1875 Austin, TX 78701 Tel: 800-982-6362
Agenda: Consideration and possible action on:
1) Approval of the consent agenda;
2) Responses to the Request for Proposals to engage a consultant to develop a deferred compensation plan for the Association's Executive Director;
3) Compensation components in the proposed 2017 Operating Budget;
4) Executive Session;
5) Matters discussed in Executive Session;
6) Confirmation of the 2017 calendar and next meeting date.


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Agency Name: Texas Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Assessment/Investment Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 515 Congress Avenue, Suite 1875
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000431
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Bart A. Boles, Executive Director 515 Congress Avenue, suite 1875 Austin, TX 78701 Tel: 800-982-6362
Agenda: Consideration and possible action on:
1) Approval of the consent agenda;
2) 2016 Class A Assessment;
3) Association's cash flow projections;
4) Association's investments;
5) Class B Assessment/Credit Refund in 2017;
6) Assessment process;
7) Executive Session;
8) Matters discussed in Executive Session;
9) Options for funding the expenses and claims obligations of a new insolvency;
10) Resolving insolvencies with small net position balances;
11) Texas Department of Insurance recoveries on closed receiverships;
12) Confirmation on the next meeting date.



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Agency Name: Texas Agricultural Finance Authority
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: TDA, SFA Bldg, 1700 North Congress Avenue, 11th Floor, 1104A
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000107
Submit Date: 01/06/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Karen Reichek, Texas Department of Agriculture, 1700 North Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas (512) 936-2450
Agenda: AGENDA:

I. Call to Order/Roll Call
II. Swearing in of Board Members
III. Opening Remarks and Introductions
IV. Discussion and Action on minutes of the July 21, 2016 meeting
V. Annual Financial Audit -Discussion and Action
a) Report on Fiscal Year 2016 Audit
b) Fiscal Year 2017 Audit solicitation
VI. Discussion and possible action related to TAFA overview, history and current obligations
a) Commercial Paper
b) Boll Weevil
c) Agricultural Loan Guarantee
d) Young Farmer Guarantee
e) Rural Municipal Finance
f) Interest Rate Reduction/Young Farmer Interest Rate Reduction
VII. Discussion and possible Action on details of Young Farmer Grants
a) Funding decisions
b) Discussion on improvements
c) Next round
VIII. Other Business Raised at Meeting: Response and action to be placed on next agenda
IX. Public Comment
X. Adjourn



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Agency Name: Stephen F. Austin State University
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Committee of the Whole Telephone Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 2101 Alumni Drive, Austin Building Room 307
City Location: Nacogdoches
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000532
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Office of the Board of Regents, Austin Building 307, 936-468-4048
Agenda: The Board of Regents of Stephen F. Austin State University will convene a special telephone
meeting at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, January 23, 2017, according to the following agenda:

MONDAY, JANUARY 23
1:30 P.M.
CALL TO ORDER IN OPEN SESSION

Presentation and Board Action on Agenda Item:

Approval of the SFA Charter School 2015-16 Audited Financial Statements


ESTIMATED ADJOURNMENT OF BOARD MEETING
(approximately 2:00 p.m.)





















Where appropriate and permitted by law, Executive Sessions may be held for the above listed subjects (Section
551.071). Possible action may be taken in Open Session on matters considered in Executive Session. Further details
regarding the posted agenda are available for public review in the Office of the Board of Regents, Austin Building
308, Telephone (936) 468-4048.


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Value-Based Payment and Quality Improvement Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1100 West 49th St.(Department of State Health Services, Moreton Building, Room 100)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000050
Submit Date: 01/04/2017
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:

Value-Based Payment and Quality Improvement Advisory Committee

January 23, 2017
10 a.m.

Meeting Site:
Department of State Health Services
Moreton Building
Room 100
1100 West 49th St.
Austin, Texas 78751


1. Welcome and introductions
2. Review and approval of meeting minutes from November 7, 2016 (vote will be taken)*
3. Review of bylaws (vote may be taken)*
4. Overview of Open Meetings Act
5. Legislative update
6. Presentation: Partnering for Population Health: Models to Address the Social Determinants of Health by Larissa Estes, DrPH, from the Prevention Institute
7. Presentation and discussion on draft Texas Healthcare Quality Strategic Plan
8. Facilitated Value-Based Payment and Quality Improvement Advisory Committee strategic planning exercise (vote may be taken)*
a) Determine mission and vision
b) Discussion on next steps for identifying values, goals, strategies, and timelines
9. Committee discussion on initial priorities and work plan
10. Action items for staff or member follow-up
11. Public Comment
12. Adjourn

* Public comment will be taken on this 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 512-487-3313 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Real Estate Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Education Standards Advisory Committee
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 1700 North Congress, Suite 400
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000184
Submit Date: 01/09/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kerri Lewis, P.O. Box 12188, Austin, TX 78711, 512-936-3092, www.trec.texas.gov
Agenda: 1. Call to order
2. Election of Chair and Vice-Chair for 2017
3. Discussion and possible action to approve the October 2016 meeting minutes
4. Public comment on non-agenda items
5. Discussion and possible action regarding comments received on proposed amendments to §535.64 Content Requirements for the Real Estate Math qualifying course
6. Discussion and possible action regarding limitation on class size and delivery methods for an adult education instructor training course to be acceptable to the Commission
7. Discussion and possible action regarding clarification of requirements for live webinar delivery to be considered equivalent to classroom
8. Discussion and possible action regarding content guidelines and/or designating equivalent courses for Real Estate Investment, Real Estate Appraisal and Real Estate Law pursuant to 1101.004(b)
9. Discussion and possible action regarding removal of Residential Inspection for Real Estate Agents as an elective qualifying course.
10. Discussion and possible action regarding limitation of available elective qualifying courses to those with ESAC prepared guidelines or Commission designated equivalent courses.
11. Discussion and possible action regarding time and agenda items for next meeting
12. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas Real Estate Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Education Standards Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1700 North Congress, Suite 400
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000413
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kerri Lewis, P.O. Box 12188, Austin, TX 78711, 512-936-3092, www.trec.texas.gov
Agenda: 1. Call to order
2. Election of Chair and Vice-Chair for 2017
3. Discussion and possible action to approve the October 2016 meeting minutes
4. Public comment on non-agenda items
5. Discussion and possible action regarding comments received on proposed amendments to §535.64 Content Requirements for the Real Estate Math qualifying course
6. Discussion and possible action regarding limitation on class size and delivery methods for an adult education instructor training course to be acceptable to the Commission
7. Discussion and possible action regarding clarification of requirements for live webinar delivery to be considered equivalent to classroom
8. Discussion and possible action regarding extension of time for compliance with design and delivery requirements of §535.62, Approval of Qualifying Courses
9. Discussion and possible action regarding content guidelines and/or procedure for designating equivalent courses for Real Estate Investment, Real Estate Appraisal, Real Estate Law and/or Residential Inspection for Real Estate Agents pursuant to 1101.004(b), including designating specific applicable professional designation courses listed in §535.92(f)
10. Discussion and possible action regarding limitation of available elective qualifying courses to those with ESAC prepared guidelines or Commission designated equivalent courses.
11. Discussion and possible action regarding time and agenda items for next meeting
12. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Tarrant County 9-1-1 Emergency Assistance District
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2600 Airport Freeway
City Location: Fort Worth
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000579
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Melinda Oliver, 817-820-1181, moliver@tc911.org, Fax. 817-882-0500 Or Mandy Chanthapanya, 817-820-1183, mandy@tc911.org
Agenda: TARRANT COUNTY 9-1-1 EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE DISTRICT
BOARD OF MANAGERS’ AGENDA
2600 Airport Freeway, Fort Worth, Texas
Monday, January 23, 2017
12:00 PM

Executive Luncheon (11:30 AM - 12:00 PM)
Regular Meeting (12:00 PM)

I. Call to Order

II. Agenda Announcements

III. Consider Approval of Consent Agenda Items
All consent agenda items listed below are considered to be routine items deemed to require little or no deliberation and will be voted on in one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Board member so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the consent agenda and considered separately.
a. Approve the minutes of the December 5, 2016, Board of Managers’ meeting.
b. Receive monthly financial reports.
c. Receive quarterly financial reports.
d. Receive report of payments over $5,000.
e. Add TDMA requirement for any radio purchased through the Assistance Programs.

IV. Assistance Program Applications (RN17-001)
a. Discuss and take appropriate action concerning Radio Interoperability Assistance Program applications.
1. R17013 (Bedford) – $30,130.00.
2. R17014 (DFW Airport) – $88,082.00.

V. Purchases over $25,000
a. Approve consultant agreement with Mission Critical Partners for Text to 9-1-1 planning services – $41,598.00. (RN17-005)
b. Approve expenditure with Jeff Eubanks Roofing for roof replacement at 2600 Airport Freeway – $221,500.00. (RN17-006)

VI. Executive Director Report
a. Staff recognition, upcoming meeting and events, reports on attendance at meetings and events.

VII. Briefings
a. Customer Provided Equipment (CPE) project update – Wanda McCarley.
b. Emerging technologies update – Greg Petrey.
c. Employee compensation – Cheryl Lopez & Melissa Mealer, Whitey-Smith Co.
d. Planned implementation of recommendations in the Azimuth report – Greg Petrey.




VIII. Executive Session
Pursuant to Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, the Board of Managers reserves the right to convene in Executive Session(s) from time to time as deemed necessary during this meeting for the following matters:

Section 551.071
Consultation with the District's attorneys pertaining to any matter in which the duties of the attorneys under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct may conflict with the Open Meetings Act, including seeking legal advice on any item posted on the Agenda.

IX. Open Session Action Following Executive Session
a. Take any action necessary pursuant to executive session.

X. Public Comment

XI. Adjournment



I do hereby certify that the above notice of meeting of the Tarrant County Emergency Assistance District was posted at the District Offices, on the District’s website and on the Secretary of State’s Open Meeting website, in compliance with Chapter 551, Texas Government Code.



Mandy Chanthapanya December 19, 2016 Mandy Chanthapanya Date





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Agency Name: Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Tower 2 Room 225
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000450
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Loris Jones 512-305-7555 512-305-7574 fax loris@veterinary.texas.gov
Agenda: The Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners will consider and act, if necessary, on matters within the jurisdiction of the Board which are listed on this agenda. The Board may meet from time-to-time in executive session with respect to the agenda items as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Government Code.

The mission of the Texas State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners is to establish and enforce policies to ensure the best possible quality of veterinary and equine dental provider services for the people of Texas

1. Full Board call to order, roll call, vote on absences

2. Consideration and Approval of October 18, 2016 Minutes

3. Consideration and Approval of the December 8, 2016 Minutes

4. Discussion, recommendation and possible action regarding the ratification of the appointment of the Interim Executive Director and the Interim General Counsel.

5. Citizen Comments

6. Consideration and approval of Agreed Orders

7. Consideration and approval of Cease and Desist Orders

8. Consideration and approval of cases dismissed at Staff Conference

9. a. Public Hearing, consideration and possible action on rules to be adopted
1. 571.1 Definitions
2. 571.15 Temporary Licensure
3. 573.51 Rabies Control
4. 573.64 Continuing Education Requirements

b. Discussion, recommendation and possible action on proposed rules
1. 573.43 Controlled Substances Registration

c. Discussion, recommendation and possible action on adoption of the Rule Review Plan of Chapter 575

10. Election of Officers
a. Vice President
b. Secretary


11. Appointment of Committees
a. Executive Disciplinary Committee
b. Enforcement Committee
c. Rules Committee
d. Executive Search Committee
e. Examinations Committee
f. Equine Dental Provider Advisory Committee

12. Discussion, recommendation and possible action regarding the repeal of Board Policy Regarding Department of Public Safety Controlled Substances Registration

13. Information and discussion regarding the Director of Finance and Investigator vacant positions

14. Information and discussion regarding proposed new agency organizational chart and the creation of an Operations Department and Director position of that department

15. Discussion, recommendation and possible action regarding the placement of Temporary Clinic Notifications on the agency website

16. Discussion, recommendation and possible action regarding the creation of a workgroup to review and develop guidelines on continuing education to include alternative medicine continuing education

17. Discussion, recommendation and possible action regarding the frequency of board meetings

18. Discussion, recommendation and possible action regarding Sunset Commission report and recommendations
a. Standard Data Elements for PMP reporting (Issue 3.2)
b. Continuing Education audits as part of renewal process
c. SOAH’s current guidance on scope of the owner and designated caretaker exemptions (Issues 5.1 and 5.2 modified)
d. Board member training (Issue 1.2 Across the Board recommendation for all regulatory agencies)
e. Schedule of Sanctions
f. Other Sunset Recommendations.

19. Executive Director’s Report
a. Report on agency personnel and staffing
b. Report on Health Professions Council Activities
c. Enforcement Department Report
1. Investigations
2. Legal
3. Peer Assistance Report
d. Finance Department Report
1. FY16 Budget Report
2. FY16 Revenue Report
3. FY17 Budget Report
4. FY17 Revenue Report

e. Licensing Department Report
1. 2016 License Renewals
2. Licensing Statistics
3. State Board Exams
f. Operations Department Report
1. Customer Outreach
2. Human Resources
3. IT
4. Legislative
g. Report on Discussions with Texas Veterinary Medical Association



*The Board may go into Executive Session on any legal matter presented on any of the above items pursuant to the Open Meetings Act.

1. §551.071. Consultation with Attorney; Closed Meeting
Executive session for private consultation and advice of counsel concerning pending or contemplated litigation or settlement offer and/or possible disciplinary action under the authority of the Open Meetings Act, GOVERNMENT CODE, §551.071; OCCUPATIONS CODE §801.407(d); and Attorney General's Opinion No. H-484.
2. §551.074. Personnel Matters; Closed Meeting
Executive session to discuss matters involving the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer or employee under the authority of the Open Meetings Act, GOVERNMENT CODE, Section 551.074.
3. §551.088. Deliberations Regarding Test Item
Executive session to discuss matters involving a test item or information related to a test item that may be included in an examination that the agency administers to applicants seeking licensure under the authority of the Open Meetings Act, GOVERNMENT CODE Section 551.088


Persons requiring special accommodations, including the use of an interpreter, due to a disability should contact Loris Jones at the Board office at least five working days prior to the Board meeting.

Las personas que necesiten servicios especiales, incluyendo los de un intérprete, debido a un impedimento físico, llamen a Loris Jones en la oficina de la Junta por lo menos cinco días antes de la reunión de la Junta.



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Agency Name: Bluebonnet Trails Community MHMR Center
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 4606 Innovation Loop
City Location: Marble Falls
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000495
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Janie Mata, HR Receptionist, 512-244-8205, janie.mata@bbtrails.org
Agenda: Bluebonnet Trails Community Services
AGENDA
1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Public Comments
4. Approval of Minutes of October 24, 2016
5. Discussion and Possible Action: Presentation of
Independent Audit 2016 ∙ Davis Kinard & Company, P. C.
∙ Certified Public Accountants
6. Financial Reports
A. Review of Financial Statements for the periods
ending October 31, 2016, November 30, 2016 and
December 31, 2016
B. Review of Days of Operation
C. Review of Quarterly Investment Report
7. Discussion and Possible Action: Integrated Crisis
Respite Unit
8. Executive Management Team Report – January 2017
A. Update: Performance Metrics Report
B. Update: Developmental Services
C. Update: Behavioral Health Services
D. Update: Business Development Services
E. Update: Medical Services
F. Update: Texas Council Risk Management Fund
G. Update: Capital Improvements
H. Update: 85th Texas Legislative Session
I. Accolades
J. Consideration of Calendar of Conferences and Meeting
9. Adjourn

Total meeting time scheduled is approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes.

Note: Each person interested in making a public comment must sign up prior to the beginning of the Board meeting. Each person signed up may speak for up to three (3) minutes. Bluebonnet Trails Community MHMR Center d/b/a Bluebonnet Trails Community Services is restricted by Law not to act upon Public Comment issues until the requested issues have been approved to be an item on the next published agenda.

The Bluebonnet Trails Community Mental Health and Mental Retardation Center d/b/a Bluebonnet Trails Community Services 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 (Deliberation Regarding Real Property), 551.073 (Deliberation Regarding Prospective Gift), 551.074 (Personnel Matters), 551.076 (Deliberation Regarding Security Devices or Security Audits), 551.0785 (Deliberations Involving Medical or Psychiatric Records of Individuals), 551.084 (Investigation; Exclusion of Witness from Hearing), 551.087 (Deliberation Regarding Economic Development Negotiations), and 551.088 (Deliberations Regarding Test Item).”


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Agency Name: Alamo WorkSource
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS ALAMO SEARCH COMMITTEE
Status: Active
Street Location: 1956 S. W.W. WHITE ROAD
City Location: SAN ANTONIO
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000494
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: CYNTHIA C. FARIAS (210)272-3250
Agenda: SEARCH COMMITTEE MEETING
HOLT CAT Training Center
1956 S. W.W. White Road
San Antonio, TX 78222
January 23, 2017
4:00 p.m.

AGENDA
Agenda items may not be considered in the order they appear.

Citizens may appear before the Board during Public Comment to speak for or against any item on the agenda, in accordance with procedural rules governing meetings. Speakers are limited to three (3) minutes on one (1) topic. Questions relating to these rules may be directed to the Office of the Chief Executive Officer at (210) 272-3250.

EXECUTIVE SESSION: Pursuant to Chapter 551 of the Texas Open Meetings Act (Tex. Gov’t Code), the Board may recess into Executive Session for discussion on any issue for which there is an exception to the Act set out in Section 551.071 et. Seq.

I Call to Order and Quorum Determination - Chair Batch
II Declarations of Conflict of Interest - Chair Batch
III Public Comment - Chair Batch
IV Review, Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding CEO/Executive Director Search Process - Chair Batch
V Review, Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding CEO/Executive Director Job Description - Chair Batch

VI Review, Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding CEO/Executive Director Job Posting Notice and Posting Sites - Chair Batch
VII Scheduling Future meetings - Chair Batch
VIII. New Business - Chair Batch
IX. Adjournment - Chair Batch

Workforce Solutions Alamo is an equal opportunity employer/program. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids, services, or special accommodations should contact Cynthia Farias at (210) 272-3250 at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Relay Texas: 1-800-735-2969 (TDD) or 711 (Voice).


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Agency Name: Parmer County Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: PARMER COUNTY APPRAISAL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Status: Active
Street Location: 305 3RD ST, PO BOX 56
City Location: BOVINA
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000471
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: JILL D TIMMS CHIEF APPRAISER PO BOX 56 BOVINA, TX 79009 806-251-1405
Agenda: 1. CALL PUBLIC MEETING TO ORDER
2. CALL THE ROLL
3. RECOGNITION OF VISITORS: PUBLIC FORUM AND COMMENTS FROM INTERESTED CITIZENS ON MATTERS PERTAINING TO PARMER CAD POLICIES, PROGRAMS OR SERVICES
4. READ AND APPROVE MINUTES FOR DECEMBER 8, 2016 & JANUARY 12, 2017 MEETINGS
5. READ AND APPROVE FINANCIAL REPORTS FOR DECEMBER 2016
6. CHIEF APPRAISER EVALUATION REPORT
7. APPOINT ARB MEMBERS BY RESOLUTION
8. APPOINT ARB CHAIRMAN AND SECRETARY BY RESOLUTION
9. DISCUSS/APPROVE EMPLOYEE CREDIT CARDS
10. DISCUSS/APPROVE PCAD’S EMPLOYEES POSSIBLE CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
11. CLOSED SESSION (as accordance with Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Subchapters D and E)
12. UPDATES FOR CAD-JILL TIMMS
13. ADJOURN


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Agency Name: The Center for Life Resources (CTMHMR dba)
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 05:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 408 Mulberry Street
City Location: Brownwood
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000555
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Sally Simpson, Administrative Assistant
Agenda: Call to Order
Invocation
Recognition of December and January Employees of the Month –
Lisa Patino, IDD Program Clerk
Carol Austin, Respite
Planning Network and Advisory Committee (PNAC) Report – Leslie Brisco
Comments from Citizens
Approval of Minutes
Regular Called Meeting – November 28, 2016
2016 Audit Report – Davis Kinard & Co, PC
Action Item: Discussion and Consideration for the Approval of FY 2016 Audit Report Presented by James Barnes
Chief Financial Officer’s Report – James Barnes
Chief Executive Officer’s Report – Dion White
Staff Appreciation Dinner
Legislative Update
MLK Parade and Ceremony
Programs Updates
Action Item: Approval to increase cost of JCI rebuilds
Presented by Dion White
Announcement of Executive Session in Accordance with:
Texas Government Code, Section 551.074, Personnel Matters:
authorizes certain deliberations about officers and employees of the governmental
body to be held in Executive Session
C.E.O.’s contract
Reconvene
Action to be taken as a result of Executive Session
Adjournment


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Agency Name: Alamo Area Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: AACOG Air Improvement Resources Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 8700 Tesoro Dr., classroom 3-01
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000475
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Scott Storment, sstorment@aacog.com, 210-362-5246
Agenda: Agenda
Alamo Area Council of Governments
Air Improvement Resources Advisory Committee Meeting
January 23, 2017 – 10:00 a.m.
Classroom 3-01
8700 Tesoro Drive
San Antonio, TX 78217-6228


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 approval of the September 22, 2016 minutes

5. Consider and Act Upon Election of AIR Advisory Committee Officers

a. Chair
b. Alternate Vice-Chair
c. Vice Chair

6. Ozone Report

7. Air Quality Outreach and Education Update

a. Public Input Survey
b. Public Education Media Campaign
c. Upcoming Outreach Activities

8. Clean Cities Report

a. VW Settlement Update

9. Status of Economic Cost of Nonattainment Study

10. Receive Feedback on AACOG/CAPCOG Air Quality Joint Committee letter that provides comments on EPA’s Proposed Rule for Implementation of the 2015 National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ozone

11. Next AIR Advisory Meeting (April 20, 2017) and Presentation of 2017 meeting schedule approved by AIR Executive Committee

12. 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 hearingimpaired, 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 Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: NAS Fort Worth, JRB Regional Coordination Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 5705 Azle Ave.
City Location: Sansom Park
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000418
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Carli Baylor Transportation Program Assistant cbaylor@nctcog.org 817-608-2365
Agenda: Naval Air Station Fort Worth, Joint Reserve Base
(NAS Fort Worth, JRB)
Regional Coordination Committee (RCC)

AGENDA

NAS Fort Worth, JRB Regional Coordination Committee
January 23, 2017
1:30 pm

Sansom Park City Hall
5705 Azle Ave.
Sansom Park, TX 76114

Item 1
Pledge of Allegiance, Welcome and Introductions
Jack Adkison, Chair

Item 2
Approval of October 17, 2016 Meeting Summary (Action)
Jack Adkison, Chair

Item 3
Approval of Secretary Due to Vacancy (Action)
Jack Adkinson, Chair

Item 4
RCC Officer Nomination Slate
Paul Paine, Officer Nomination Committee

Item 5
85th Texas Legislature Update
Rebekah Hernandez, NCTCOG

Item 6
State Highway 199 Update
Sandy Wesch, NCTCOG

Item 7
NAS Fort Worth, JRB Update
Captain Mike Steffen, NAS Fort Worth, JRB

Item 8
Regional Joint Land Use Study Update
Amanda Wilson, NCTCOG

Item 9
Administrative Updates
- West Tarrant Alliance Group Update, Patricia Ward
- PLMC Transportation Implementation Update, Dan Kessler
- Development Review Tool, Rebekah Hernandez
- Scheduling Update, Rebekah Hernandez
- Media Alerts, Rebekah Hernandez
- Attendance Report, Rebekah Hernandez

Item 10
Public Comments

Next Meeting
March 20, 2017
Tarrant County



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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region 5
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 350 Pine Street, Suite 500
City Location: Beaumont
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000564
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Sheila Davis or Danny Lovett, 409-951-1855, or sdavis@esc5.net or dlovett@esc5.net
Agenda: Call to Order
Consider and approve the lease of approximately 6,000 sq ft on the sixth floor of Edison Plaza.
Executive Session, if needed.
Adjournment


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Agency Name: Education Service Center Region 11
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Education Service Center Region 11
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 1451 S. Cherry Lane
City Location: White Settlement
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000491
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Clyde W. Steelman, Jr. 1451 S. Cherry Lane White Settlement, TX 76108 (817) 740-3630
Agenda: A. Call to Order and Roll Call – Mr. J.B. Morgan, Chairman
B. Invocation
C. Citizen / Employee Comments
D. Approve Minutes of November 28, 2016 Board Meeting
E. Consent Agenda
1. Check Registers for October and November 2016
2. Financial Reports for October and November 2016
3. Investment Reports for October and November 2016
4. Budget Amendments for October and November 2016
5. RFQ #701-16-033 Texas Charter School Support Services Charter Superintendent Mentor Program
F. Consider Financial Audit 2015-16
G. Review ESC Region 11 (LEGAL) and (LOCAL) Investment Policy
H. Consider Resolution Regarding Review of the Investment Program
I. TASB Pay System Review
J. Technology Security Audit Update
K. Commissioner’s Meeting Update
L. Announce Expirations of Terms of Office of the Board of Directors and Call Election as Prescribed
M. Consider Designating and Authorizing the Board Election Clerk to Approve Non-Contested Elections for the Purpose of Eliminating the Election Process
N. Consider Date to Canvass the Election Results
O. Information Items
1. Board Recognition Month
2. Midwinter Breakfast Invitation
3. Grant Applications
4. Personnel Report
5. Board of Directors Conference Registration List
6. Updates on Math Initiative and Canvas Learning Management System
7. ESC Region 11 Strategic Plan
8. ESC Region 11 Executive Summary/Cost Analysis
P. Consider Action on Items Discussed in Executive Session, If Any
Q. Adjourn
If, during the course of the meeting covered by this Notice, the Board of Directors should determine that a closed or executive meeting or session of the Board of Directors is required, then such closed or executive meeting or session as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, will be held by the Board at the date, hour, and place given in this Notice or as soon after the commencement of the meeting covered by the Notice as the Board may conveniently meet in such closed or executive meeting or session concerning any and all purposes permitted by the Act, including, but not limited to, the following sections and purposes: Texas Government Code Section:

551.071 Private consultation with the Board's attorney.
551.072 Discussing purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property.
551.073 Discussing negotiated contracts for prospective gifts or donations.
551.074 Discussing personnel or to hear complaints against personnel.
551.075 To confer with employees of the School District to receive information or to ask questions.
551.076 Considering the deployment, specific occasions for, or implementation of, security personnel or devices.
551.082 Considering discipline of a public school child, or complaint or charge against personnel.
551.083 Considering the standards, guidelines, terms, or conditions the Board will follow, or will instruct its representatives to follow, in Consultation with representatives of employee groups.
551.084 Excluding witnesses from a hearing.




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Agency Name: Education Service Center Region 11
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Education Service Center Region 11
Status: Active
Street Location: 1451 S. Cherry Lane
City Location: White Settlement
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000515
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Clyde W. Steelman, Jr. 1451 S. Cherry Lane White Settlement, TX 76108 (817) 740-3630
Agenda: Agenda
Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors

A. Call to Order and Roll Call – Mr. J.B. Morgan, Chairman
B. Invocation
C. Citizen / Employee Comments
D. Approve Minutes of November 28, 2016 Board Meeting
E. Consent Agenda
1. Check Registers for October and November 2016
2. Financial Reports for October and November 2016
3. Investment Reports for October and November 2016
4. Budget Amendments for October and November 2016
5. RFQ #701-16-033 Texas Charter School Support Services Charter Superintendent Mentor Program
F. Consider Financial Audit 2015-16
G. Review ESC Region 11 (LEGAL) and (LOCAL) Investment Policy
H. Consider Resolution Regarding Review of the Investment Program
I. TASB Pay System Review
J. Technology Security Audit Update
K. Commissioner’s Meeting Update
L. Announce Expirations of Terms of Office of the Board of Directors and Call Election as Prescribed
M. Consider Designating and Authorizing the Board Election Clerk to Approve Non-Contested Elections for the Purpose of Eliminating the Election Process
N. Consider Date to Canvass the Election Results
O. Information Items
1. Board Recognition Month
2. Midwinter Breakfast Invitation
3. Grant Applications
4. Personnel Report
5. Board of Directors Conference Registration List
6. Updates on Math Initiative and Canvas Learning Management System
7. ESC Region 11 Strategic Plan
8. ESC Region 11 Executive Summary/Cost Analysis
P. Consider Action on Items Discussed in Executive Session, If Any
Q. Adjourn
If, during the course of the meeting covered by this Notice, the Board of Directors should determine that a closed or executive meeting or session of the Board of Directors is required, then such closed or executive meeting or session as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, will be held by the Board at the date, hour, and place given in this Notice or as soon after the commencement of the meeting covered by the Notice as the Board may conveniently meet in such closed or executive meeting or session concerning any and all purposes permitted by the Act, including, but not limited to, the following sections and purposes: Texas Government Code Section:

551.071 Private consultation with the Board's attorney.
551.072 Discussing purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property.
551.073 Discussing negotiated contracts for prospective gifts or donations.
551.074 Discussing personnel or to hear complaints against personnel.
551.075 To confer with employees of the School District to receive information or to ask questions.
551.076 Considering the deployment, specific occasions for, or implementation of, security personnel or devices.
551.082 Considering discipline of a public school child, or complaint or charge against personnel.
551.083 Considering the standards, guidelines, terms, or conditions the Board will follow, or will instruct its representatives to follow, in Consultation with representatives of employee groups.
551.084 Excluding witnesses from a hearing.



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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region 15
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 612 South Irene Street
City Location: San Angelo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000468
Submit Date: 01/16/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Casey Callahan
Agenda: -Call to Order
-Consideration and Possible Action to Approve Resolutions to amend authorized representatives of Investment Pools.
-Consideration and Possible Action to Approve Resolutions for other changes in authorized representatives, such as Bank Authorizations.
-Adjournment


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Agency Name: Lower Neches Valley Authority
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Operations Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 7850 Eastex Freeway
City Location: Beaumont
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000577
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Scott Hall,General Manager
Agenda: Meeting called to order – Steve McReynolds, Chairman

1. Review the KCS project.

2. The Committee may recess into Executive Session to Consult with its Attorneys regarding pending or contemplated litigation, settlement offers, or any matter in which the Board may seek the advice of its Attorneys under Government Code §551.071; and to discuss real estate matters, pursuant to Government Code §551.072; or deliberations regarding economic development negotiations pursuant to Government Code 551.087 and will reconvene in open session for any necessary action on any matter considered in Executive Session.


Adjourn


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Agency Name: Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1021 San Pedro
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000342
Submit Date: 01/12/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: www.alamoareampo.org
Agenda: Agenda:
1. Roll Call
2. Director’s Report – MPO (Martinez)
a. The MPO will host two Freight Stakeholder Workshops on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at the City of San Antonio’s Northeast Service Center (“Tool Yard”)
b. The 12th annual Texas Transportation Forum will be held in Austin at the JW Marriott Hotel on February 5-7, 2017
c. A CMAQ workshop will be scheduled for early February for agency staff members
d. A joint BMAC/PMAC evening meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at the VIA Metro Center
e. The February 2017 TPB meeting may be cancelled
f. The MPO Office will be closed on Monday, February 20, 2017 in observance of Presidents’ Day
3. Citizens to be Heard
Consent Agenda: All items under the Consent Agenda are acted upon collectively unless opposition is presented, in which case, the contested item will be considered, discussed and appropriate action taken separately.
4. Approval of the December 5, 2016 Meeting Minutes
5. Action on the Annual Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Report – MPO (Martinez)
6. Action on Amendments to the FY 2016-2017 Unified Planning Work Program (MPO Budget Document) – MPO (Geiger)
7. Action on Amendments to the Metropolitan Transportation Plan and the FY 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program – MPO (Geiger)
According to MPO Policy: to the extent possible, amendments to delete a project or significantly change the scope of work of a project will be explicitly listed on both the presentation and action agendas for the Transportation Policy Board meetings.
The following project is proposed to be deleted from the Metropolitan Transportation Plan:
MPO No 9140: Austin – San Antonio Passenger Rail within the Alamo Area MPO Study Area
Significant changes to the scope of work are proposed for the following projects in the Transportation Improvement Program:
CSJ 0915-00-172: Austin-San Antonio Passenger Rail
CSJ 0915-00-173: Austin-San Antonio Passenger Rail
Items for Individual Discussion and Appropriate Action:
8. Presentation on the Draft Final Report for Subtask 5.3 Regional Multimodal Study: Managed and/or Transit Priority Lanes – Parsons Brinckerhoff (Ungemah)
9. Discussion and Appropriate Action on TxDOT’s Unified Transportation Program – Alamo RMA (Green) / TxDOT (Bean)
a. Presentation on a federal funding request from the Alamo RMA for the Loop 1604 Managed Lane Project
b. Action on the Regional List of Projects and Resolution of Support for the FY 2017 Unified Transportation Program
10. Discussion and Appropriate Action on the Austin-San Antonio Passenger Rail Project –MPO
11. Monthly Status Reports
a. Alamo Regional Mobility Authority (Renee Green)
b. Air Quality Issues (Diane Rath)
c. City of San Antonio (Mike Frisbie)
d. San Antonio Mobility Coalition (Vic Boyer)
e. Texas Department of Transportation (Mario Jorge)
f.VIA Metropolitan Transit (Jeff Arndt)
g. Others
12. Discussion and Appropriate Action on Agenda Items for Upcoming Transportation Policy Board Meetings – MPO (Martinez)
13. Executive Session - Pursuant to Chapter 551, Subchapter D, Texas Government Code
At any time during the meeting of the MPO Transportation Policy Board, the Board reserves the right to adjourn into executive Session at any time to discuss any of the matters listed on the posted agenda, as authorized by Texas Government Code Section 551.071 (consultation with attorney), Section 551.072 (deliberations about real property), Section 551.074 (personnel matters), and Section 551.086 (economic development)
14. Adjourn
MPO meetings are accessible to persons with disabilities. To arrange for special assistance or an interpreter, please call 210-227-8651 or TDD 1-800-735-2989 (Relay Texas) at least five working days in advance.
Las reuniones son accesibles a personas con discapacidad. Si usted necesita asistencia especial o un intérprete, llame al (210) 227-8651 o al TDD 1-800-662-4954 (Relay Texas) con cinco días hábiles de anticipación.


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Agency Name: Austin-Travis County MHMR Center
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Finance Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1430 Collier St.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000514
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Libby Worsham; 512-440-4002; FAX 512-440-4081; libby.worsham@atcic.org
Agenda:


FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
ATCIC’s mission is to improve the lives of people affected by behavioral health and
developmental and/or intellectual challenges.

DATE: Monday, January 23, 2017
TIME: 12:00 p.m.
PLACE: 1430 Collier St. – Board Room
Austin, Texas 78704
AGENDA

I. Citizens’ Comments (Presentations are limited to 3 minutes)

II. Approval of Finance Committee Minutes for December 5, 2016

III. Discuss and Take Appropriate Action on Cash & Investment Report – November, 2016 and December, 2016 (Weden)

IV. Discuss and Take Appropriate Action on Financial Statements and Amendments (if applicable) for the Period Ending November 30, 2016 and December 31, 2016 (Subject to Audit) (Weden, Thompson)

V. Information on FY 2016 Financial Audit (Weden, R. Mendoza & Co., P.C.)

VI. Discuss and Take Appropriate Action on Property Management Contract (Casey/Cardona-Beiler)

VII. Update on Transformation 1115 Waiver (Weden) – Verbal Report

VIII. Update on Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) (Weden) – Verbal Report

IX. Announcements

X. New Business
a. Identify Consent/Non-Consent Agenda Items

XI. Citizens’ Comments (Presentations are limited to 3 minutes)




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Agency Name: Upper Leon River Municipal Water District
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2250 Highway 2861
City Location: Comanche, Comanche County
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000608
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: General Office from 8-4:30, M-F, located off FM2861 adjacent to Lake Proctor Dam or call 254-879-2258 or FAX 254-879-2020.
Agenda: 1) CALL TO ORDER
2) APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS MINUTES
3) PAYMENT OF BILLS AND REVIEW OF BANK STATEMENTS
4) WATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATIONS REPORT
5) UPDATE ON TWDB CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AND TAKE ANY ACTION CONVENIENT OR NECESSARY TO FACILITATE THE PROJECTS
6) REVIEW STATUS OF WATER SUPPLY CONTRACTS WITH BRAZOS RIVER AUTHORITY AND TAKE ANY APPROPRIATE ACTIONS TO MAINTAIN CONTRACTED WATER SUPPLY
7) DISCUSS DISPOSAL OR SALE OF USED AND/OR RETIRED EQUIPMENT AND TAKE ANY APPROPRIATE ACTION TO FACILITATE DISPOSAL
8) OTHER REPORTS including Manager’s reports on Systems Operations, Construction Projects, other Work in Progress, Buildings, Grounds, Equipment, EMPLOYEES AND STAFFING, and Any Old Business.

AGENDA ITEMS MAY BE CONSIDERED, DELIBERATED AND/OR ACTED UPON IN A DIFFERENT ORDER THAN PRESENTED ABOVE
The Board of Directors of Upper Leon River Municipal Water District may meet in Closed Session on any item listed above if authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Tex. Gov’t Code Ann. Ch. 551.


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Agency Name: Panhandle Regional Planning Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Panhandle Regional Emergency Management Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 415 West Eighth Avenue
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000554
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: John Kiehl @ (806) 372-3381
Agenda: AGENDA
1. CALL TO ORDER
2. MINUTES
Consider approval of the minutes from the previous PREMAC meeting held on November 29, 2016.
3. UPDATE ON THE FY17 STATE HOMELAND SECURITY PROGRAM (SHSP) GRANT-MAKING TIMELINE AND PROCESS
Report by PRPC staff on recent directives received from the Homeland Security Grants Division of the Office of the Governor (HSGD) that may affect the PREMAC’s FY17 SHSP funding distribution recommendations.
4. CONSIDER THE APPROVAL OF THE PRELIMINARY LIST OF PROGRAMS AND/ OR PROJECTS TO BE SUPPORTED BY THE PREMAC WITH THE REGION’S FY16 STATE HOMELAND SECURITY PROGRAM GRANT FUNDING
Consider the development of a preliminary FY17 SHSP regional project list, based on the THIRA, SPR and Implementation Plan previously developed by the PREMAC, for the purpose of sanctioning the development of those program and/or project applications in e-Grants.
5. MISCELLANEOUS
a) Roundtable discussion on other regional Emergency Management matters of concern to the PREMAC.
b) Shane Brown’s PANCOM update.
c) Emily Nolte’s regional planning report.
6. SCHEDULING OF NEXT MEETING
Recommended: March 13, 2017
7. ADJOURNMENT


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Agency Name: San Jacinto River Authority
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: GRP Review Committee
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 6627 Longmire Road
City Location: Conroe
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000567
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mark Smith, Division Manager Matt Corley, Compliance & Administrative Manager
Agenda: 1. CALL TO ORDER

2. SEATING OF MEMBERS OF THE REVIEW COMMITTEE:
a. Melanie White to fill the appointment by the Conservation District.
b. Kerry Masson to fill the appointment for MUD’s East of I45.
c. Mr. Scott Taylor was reappointed to fill the committee seat for the City of Conroe.

3. PUBLIC COMMENTS

4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – Regular Meeting December 5, 2016

5. OPTIMIZATION PRESENTATION

6. GRP ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION BY THE SJRA BOARD OF DIRECTORS ON JANUARY 26, 2017:
a. 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.

7. UPDATE REGARDING GRP DIVISION
a. Compliance and Customer Service Update
b. Operations Update
c. Financial Update

8. DISCUSSION REGARDING FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
a. Process of Budget Goal Setting – February
b. Vote on Recommendations of Budget Goal Setting – March
c. FY 2018 Budget and Rate Presentation – April
d. Vote on Recommendation of Budget and Rate for FY 2018 - May
e. Mid-South Water Receiving Facility Upgrades - February

9. FUTURE MEETING SCHEDULE
• February 20, 2017
• March 20, 2017
• April 24, 2017
• May 22, 2017

10. ADJOURN

Persons with disability who plan to attend this meeting and would like to request auxiliary aids or services are requested to contact Matt Corley at (936) 588-1662 at least three business days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Mark Smith
Mark Smith
GRP Administrator
Posted this January 19, 2017


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Agency Name: San Jacinto River Authority
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: GRP Review Committee Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 6627 Longmire
City Location: Conroe
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000580
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mark Smith, Division Manager Matt Corley, Compliance & Administrative Manager
Agenda: 1. CALL TO ORDER

2. SEATING OF MEMBERS OF THE REVIEW COMMITTEE:
a. Melanie White to fill the appointment by the Conservation District.
b. Kerry Masson to fill the appointment for MUD’s East of I45.
c. Mr. Scott Taylor was reappointed to fill the committee seat for the City of Conroe.

3. PUBLIC COMMENTS

4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – Regular Meeting December 5, 2016

5. OPTIMIZATION PRESENTATION

6. GRP ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION BY THE SJRA BOARD OF DIRECTORS ON JANUARY 26, 2017:
a. 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.

7. UPDATE REGARDING GRP DIVISION
a. Compliance and Customer Service Update
b. Operations Update
c. Financial Update

8. DISCUSSION REGARDING FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
a. Process of Budget Goal Setting – February
b. Update on FY 2018 Budget and Rate Development – March
c. FY 2018 Budget and Rate Presentation – April
d. Vote on Recommendation of Budget and Rate for FY 2018 - May
e. Mid-South Water Receiving Facility Upgrades - February

9. FUTURE MEETING SCHEDULE
• February 20, 2017
• March 20, 2017
• April 24, 2017
• May 22, 2017

10. ADJOURN

Persons with disability who plan to attend this meeting and would like to request auxiliary aids or services are requested to contact Matt Corley at (936) 588-1662 at least three business days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Mark Smith
Mark Smith
GRP Administrator
Posted this January 19, 2017


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Agency Name: Cash Special Utility District
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 07:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 172 FM 1564 East
City Location: Greenville
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000644
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: District Office 903-883-2695
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING
DATE: January 23, 2017
HOUR: 7:00 p.m.
PLACE: District Office located on FM 1564 at HWY. 34, Greenville, Texas

AGENDA
1. Call to order

2. Invocation

3. Public comment (limit three minutes and one speaker per issue)

4. Consensus agenda: Minutes, Monthly Financial, New Construction Expenditures
Fourth Quarter Budget and Investment Report

5. Consideration and possible approval of a Resolution to amend 2016 & 2017 Budget

6. Construction Report: Fate TransLine Project, CIP

7. Consideration and possible approval of Voting Delegate and Alternate for the Texas Rural Water Association Annual Convention March, 2017

8. Consideration and possible approval of Resolution to enter an agreement with Hunt County to hold and administer the District election in May 2017

9. Consideration and possible approval of sandblasting and coating Contractor Filters 6&7

10. Consideration and possible approval of MVA Services to add a new pump to UVPS and to repair pump at Fate PS

11. Consideration and possible approval Resolution 01-23-2017A Expressing intent to acquire easements and real property interests on Parcels 16,18 and 56 by negotiation or through the exercise of the right of condemnation pursuant to Chapter 21 of the Texas Property Code for the Fate Transmission Project

12. Consideration and possible approval to order directors election for Cash Special Utility District

13. New Construction Report and Re-Cap 2016

14. Closed session in accordance with the Government Code, Title 5, Subchapter D: Section 551.074 (a)(2) Personnel, Including the General Manager’s annual evaluation

15. Consideration and possible action regarding matters discussed in closed session

16. Miscellaneous reports and or discussions

17. Adjourn __________________________
Clay Hodges
General Manager


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Agency Name: Northeast Texas Municipal Water District
Date of Meeting: 01/23/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors of the Northeast Texas Municipal Water District
Status: Active
Street Location: Northeast Texas Municipal Water District Executive Office, 4180 Farm Road 250, Morris County,
City Location: Hughes Springs
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000424
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: NETMWD EXECUTIVE OFFICE: 4180 FM 250 South P.O. Box 955, Hughes Springs, Texas 75656; Office Telephone:(903) 639-7538; Fax: (903) 639-2208; E-mail: netmwd@aol.com; Attn: Walt Sears, General Manager
Agenda: The Board of Directors will consider and act on the following items:
1. Call to order, recognition of guests, and invocation.
2. Consideration and action on minutes from the December 13 and 27 meetings.
3. Consideration and action on monthly investment report and financial reports on all current accounts and funds. This agenda item includes authorization to pay invoices for professional services. Consideration and action for authorization to approve the 2015- 2016 fiscal year end financial audit. This agenda item includes discussion and action on any item raised by the presentation of the audit. Possible action includes acceptance of the audit.
4. Consideration and action on NETMWD District’s Investment Policy and related resolutions and review of investment policy.
5. Consideration and action on Lake O’ the Pines Southside Project. This agenda item includes actions on input from the Southside Steering Committee. This agenda item includes approval of December 2016 financial report and possible action on the variable to actual production expenses for October, November and December 2016. Also included in this agenda item is discussion of taste and odor concerns and associated treatment costs.
6. On-Site Sewage Facility (OSSF) report for 2016.
7. General Manager’s Report: (a) Average Daily Production at Tanner WTP, (b) RRVA Annual Convention February 22 – 23, 2017, (c) TWCA Annual Conference March 1 – 3, 2017, (d) Update on Region D and SRBA.
8. Water Production Operations Report. This agenda item includes approval of Tanner sludge removal bids.
9. Consider February 27, 2017 for next regular meeting date.
10. Public Comments.
11. Adjourn.


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Agency Name: Railroad Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 North Congress Avenue, Room 1-111, First Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000453
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Haley Cochran, Office of General Counsel, Railroad Commission of Texas, P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; 512-463-7149
Agenda: NOTICE OF MEETING
Part 3 of 7; Items 201 - 300

RAILROAD COMMISSION OF TEXAS

Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, the following matters will be taken up for discussion and/or decision by the Railroad Commission of Texas at the William B. Travis Building, 1701 North Congress, Room 1-111, First Floor, Austin, Texas, on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, commencing at 9:30 a.m.

Webcast. Commission open meetings are webcast and may be accessed from the Commission's home page at www.rrc.texas.gov by clicking on "Open Meetings" and then "webcast home page", or by going directly to http://www.adminmonitor.com/tx/rcc/.

Auxiliary Aids or Services for Persons with a Disability. Any individual with a disability who plans to attend this meeting and who requires auxiliary aids or services should notify the Commission as far in advance as possible so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Requests may be made to the Human Resources Department of the Railroad Commission of Texas by mail at P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; by telephone at (512) 463-6981 or TDD No. (512) 463-7284; by e-mail at ADA@rrc.texas.gov; or in person at 1701 North Congress Avenue, Suite 12-110, Austin, Texas.


OFFICE OF GENERAL COUNSEL

AGREED ENFORCEMENT ORDERS (100 items; numbers 201 - 300)

201. LP-Gas 2831: Harvey's LP Gas, Inc. (License No. 04750) enforcement action regarding Taqueria Matamoros, 6933 N. Expy., Olmito, Cameron County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.141(f).

202. GUD 10542: VDS Dallas, LLC (Company ID No. 8492) enforcement action regarding Vista Del Apartments, Dallas County, Texas. Violation of 49 CFR 192.463(a), 49 CFR 192.465(a), 49 CFR 192.805 and 49 CFR 192.6305(a).

203. GUD 10544: KM Liquids Terminals LLC (Company ID No. 7413) enforcement action in Houston, Harris County, Texas. Violation of 49 CFR 195.402(a).

204. Damage Prevention 014068: City of Dallas enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 2805 Welborn (Congress), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

205. Damage Prevention 014076: J. Tucker Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at 2218 Warmsprings (Sybil), Mesquite, Dallas County, Texas.

206. Damage Prevention 014971: D & D Contractors, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 1308 Ave. A (15th St.), Hondo, Medina County, Texas.

207. Damage Prevention 026029: City of Pasadena enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 1211 Southmore Ave. (Jeff Ginn Memorial), Pasadena, Harris County, Texas.

208. Damage Prevention 027227: City of Waxahachie enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 707 1/2 W. Jefferson St. (S. Hawkins), Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas.

209. Damage Prevention 030591: Dakotah Ventures/PhD Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 2605 Winding Hollow Ln. (Seascape Ln.), Plano, Collin County, Texas.

210. Damage Prevention 031843: D.L. Elliott Enterprises, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 4802 Firnat St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

211. Damage Prevention 031900: D.L. Elliott Enterprises, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 10194 Jensen (Parker), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

212. Damage Prevention 031977: Cruz Tec, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.3(a), at 223 Kings Ct., Stafford, Fort Bend County, Texas.

213. Damage Prevention 032374: City of Laredo enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 318 W. Ash St. (Barcelona Ave.), Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

214. Damage Prevention 033031: City of Sherman enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 1418 N. Hoard Ave. (Tuck), Sherman, Grayson County, Texas.

215. Damage Prevention 033379: D.L. Elliott Enterprises, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 4800 Earline (Lockwood), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

216. Damage Prevention 033574: D.L. Elliott Enterprises, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 2116 Turner Dr., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

217. Damage Prevention 033910: Com-One, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 920 Florida, Borger, Hutchinson County, Texas.

218. Damage Prevention 034342: D.L. Elliott Enterprises, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 4700 Tronewood, Houston, Harris County, Texas.

219. Damage Prevention 035004: City of Lubbock enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 2214 37th (Ave. W), Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas.

220. Damage Prevention 037317: D.L. Elliott Enterprises, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 12307 Honeywood Trl. (Lanny), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

221. Damage Prevention 039499: Conn & Sons Construction, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(g), at 102 E. Ovilla Rd. (Sharaf Ave.), Red Oak, Ellis County, Texas.

222. Damage Prevention 040154: D.L. Elliott Enterprises, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 10710 Craighead (Willowbend), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

223. Damage Prevention 041105: Conn & Sons Construction, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 1621 Kings Hwy. (Mary Cliff Rd.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

224. Damage Prevention 042011: City of Wilmer enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 411 Anderson (Dewberry), Wilmer, Dallas County, Texas.

225. Damage Prevention 043049: San Antonio Constructors enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(e) and 18.11(b), at 6015 Tezel (Timber Path), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

226. Damage Prevention 044213: Wauters Engineering enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at Main (Brook), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

227. Damage Prevention 044289: Backhoe Services enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at 312 Winding Ridge Trl. (Davis Blvd.), Southlake, Tarrant County, Texas.

228. Damage Prevention 044292: Advanced Foundation Repair enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(e), at 9016 McFarland Way (Cliburn Dr.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

229. Damage Prevention 044810: Rivera Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 6405 Coit Rd. (College Pkwy.), Frisco, Collin County, Texas.

230. Damage Prevention 044879: Texas State Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 6483 Waverly Way (Clayton E.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

231. Damage Prevention 045438: Texas Builders, LLC. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 7210 Lake Rhapsody (Lake Placid), Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas.

232. Damage Prevention 045601: Eco Plumbing enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 1849 Pearson Crossing (Peacon), Keller, Tarrant County, Texas.

233. Damage Prevention 045807: Sundt Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(g), at W. Hausman Rd. (JV Bacon Pkwy.), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

234. Damage Prevention 045864: Texas State Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(e), at 1920 Henderson Dr. (John), Argyle, Denton County, Texas.

235. Damage Prevention 045876: Webber Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 4700 S. Colony Blvd. (Main), The Colony, Denton County, Texas.

236. Damage Prevention 046088: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 100 E. Tucker St. (S. Main St.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

237. Damage Prevention 046286: Earth Works enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 4130 Byron St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

238. Damage Prevention 046310: DCP Midstream, LP enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Hwy. 349 (CR 2051), Andrews, Martin County, Texas.

239. Damage Prevention 046400: Volt Electrical Systems enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 2501 W. 7th St. (Carroll St.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

240. Damage Prevention 046414: River City Underground /Legacy Sitework, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 12403 Maurer Ranch Rd. (Massie Ranch), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

241. Damage Prevention 046620: Enterprise Plumbing, Inc enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 8422 Howell (Wellesley), Frisco, Denton County, Texas.

242. Damage Prevention 046664: Thedford Construction Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(g), at 215 Rosebrook Cir. (Pine Wood), Whitehouse, Smith County, Texas.

243. Damage Prevention 046807: H & M Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 8901 W. Bellfort St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

244. Damage Prevention 046865: Pflugerville Fence Co. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 10720 Pointe View Dr. (Pointe View), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

245. Damage Prevention 047022: Raymond's General Remodeling enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 12111 Crystalwood Dr., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

246. Damage Prevention 047032: Murphy Pipeline enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 3301 Windermere Dr. (Amhurst Dr.), Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas.

247. Damage Prevention 047187: Midasco, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 6010 Brooks St., Austin, Travis County, Texas.

248. Damage Prevention 047196: AGL Constructors enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 307 W. Hundley St., Lake Dallas, Denton County, Texas.

249. Damage Prevention 047211: Turtle Creek Landscape Services enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 522 Via Amalfi (Love), Irving, Dallas County, Texas.

250. Damage Prevention 047371: L and S Plumbing Partnership, Ltd. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 12335 Belmeade Dr. (Shiloh Rd.), Frisco, Collin County, Texas.

251. Damage Prevention 047412: RJM Boring, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.3(e) and 18.11(b), at Beltline Rd. (Montford Rd.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

252. Damage Prevention 047488: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2570 Riverway Dr., Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas.

253. Damage Prevention 047493: S&S Cable Communications enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.10(b), at Windy Hill Rd. (Dove Ln.), Kyle, Hays County, Texas.

254. Damage Prevention 047559: Solomon Rodriguez- Subcontractor enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 11803 Eagle Ridge Dr., Dayton, Liberty County, Texas.

255. Damage Prevention 047578: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1527 Brendon Trails (Norham Manor Dr.), Spring, Harris County, Texas.

256. Damage Prevention 047650: Webber, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 4851 Main St. (Friendship), The Colony, Denton County, Texas.

257. Damage Prevention 047670: Southern Landscapes and Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 5238 S. Oso Pkwy. (Wild Olive), Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas.

258. Damage Prevention 047809: CAP enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.3(a), at 63 Hidden Valley Rd. (Hidden Valley Ln.), Shady Shores, Denton County, Texas.

259. Damage Prevention 047858: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 50 Rodeo Crest Dr. (Santa Clara Dr.), Manvel, Brazoria County, Texas.

260. Damage Prevention 047873: Cabletex Communication, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 2701 Arrowhead Creek Ln., Pearland, Brazoria County, Texas.

261. Damage Prevention 047877: ARS Rescue Rooter enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 1106 Briarmead Dr., Richmond, Fort Bend County, Texas.

262. Damage Prevention 047884: Striping Unlimited enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.11(b) and 18.3(a), at 18901 Timber Forest Dr., Humble, Harris County, Texas.

263. Damage Prevention 047904: Orangefield Water Supply Corp. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(e), 18.4(g), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 12151 Sam Rayburn Blvd., Orange, Orange County, Texas.

264. Damage Prevention 047959: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 309 N. Louise St. (Allday), Atlanta, Cass County, Texas.

265. Damage Prevention 047983: Midasco, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.10(b), at 202 N. Esplanade (W. Church), Cuero, De Witt County, Texas.

266. Damage Prevention 047991: Midasco, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.10(b), at FM 1431 (Ave. U), Marble Falls, Burnet County, Texas.

267. Damage Prevention 048032: Alamo Grading enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 12406 Maurer Ranch Rd. (Massie Ranch), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

268. Damage Prevention 048053: Murphy Pipeline enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at 2151 Browning Dr. (Southmoor Dr.), Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas.

269. Damage Prevention 048078: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 6303 Sundown Ln., Baytown, Chambers County, Texas.

270. Damage Prevention 048114: Cowboy Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 22500 Miramar Bend Dr., Tomball, Harris County, Texas.

271. Damage Prevention 048141: A & M Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 5000 Melbourne Dr. (Frontier St.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

272. Damage Prevention 048206: Rumsey Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 451 E. McLeroy Blvd. (Spring Hollow Dr.), Saginaw, Tarrant County, Texas.

273. Damage Prevention 048207: Jordan Foster Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at 601 E. Weinert St., Seguin, Guadalupe County, Texas.

274. Damage Prevention 048223: City of Austin Water Utility enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 13498 Pond Springs Rd. (Eddystone St.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

275. Damage Prevention 048278: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3250 St. Kathryn Loop, Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

276. Damage Prevention 048281: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3270 St. Kathryn Loop, Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

277. Damage Prevention 048302: RJM Boring, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 3200 Ave. E (110th St.), Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas.

278. Damage Prevention 048340: David Manuel Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.4(b) and 18.11(b), at 7900 Brijetta Dr. (Parkbrook Dr.), Frisco, Collin County, Texas.

279. Damage Prevention 048357: Alanis Companies, USA enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 6522 Belmead Dr. (Ricks Cir.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas

280. Damage Prevention 048414: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1701 Santa Fe Dr. (Holland Lake), Weatherford, Parker County, Texas.

281. Damage Prevention 048421: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 161 W. Main (Ridge), Italy, Ellis County, Texas.

282. Damage Prevention 048439: D.L. Meacham LP enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(a), at 939 W. 26th St. (Beall St.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

283. Damage Prevention 048457: Rumsey Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at 1900 Hickory (Spruce), Commerce, Hunt County, Texas.

284. Damage Prevention 048468: Grava, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 4200 Quitman St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

285. Damage Prevention 048470: Wilson Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 12th St. (11th St.), Wichita Falls, Wichita County, Texas.

286. Damage Prevention 048472: Citywide Plumbing enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 3213 Blue Wing Dr., Dickinson, Galveston County, Texas.

287. Damage Prevention 048474: All Season Lawn Services enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 7175 Edgewater Dr., Willis, Montgomery County, Texas.

288. Damage Prevention 048494: A & A Cable Contractors, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(a), at 6900 Blk. Woodridge, Houston, Harris County, Texas.

289. Damage Prevention 048518: IES Residential enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 664 Sharpley Dr. (Payton Way), Fate, Rockwall County, Texas.

290. Damage Prevention 048522: MP Nexlevel enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.10(b), at 11218 Veterans Memorial Dr., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

291. Damage Prevention 048524: Aqua Recovery enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 3700 FM 423 (Main St.), The Colony, Denton County, Texas.

292. Damage Prevention 048548: City of Dallas Water Dept. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 9016 Stone Creek Pl. (Greenville), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

293. Damage Prevention 048561: City of Silsbee enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(e) and 18.11(b), at 1105 Hwy. 418 W. (Hayes Rd.), Silsbee, Hardin County, Texas.

294. Damage Prevention 048574: IES Residential enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 1618 Veneto Dr. (Bertino Way), Rockwall, Rockwall County, Texas.

295. Damage Prevention 048591: Teamwork Construction Services, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 10310 Scarsdale Blvd., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

296. Damage Prevention 048596: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 8104 Isaac Pryor Dr. (Henry Kinney), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

297. Damage Prevention 048613: San Antonio Water System enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 526 Logwood (Clovis Pl.), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

298. Damage Prevention 048617: Infrasource enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 5510 Hayden (Old Pearsall Rd.), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

299. Damage Prevention 048623: Gardner Telecommunications enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 2305 E. Southlake Blvd. (S. Kimball Ave.), Southlake, Tarrant County, Texas.

300. Damage Prevention 048630: Portland Utilities Construction Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 5306 Prairie Ridge Rd. (Bowie Ridge), Houston, Harris County, Texas.



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Agency Name: Railroad Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 North Congress Avenue, Room 1-111, First Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000449
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Haley Cochran, Office of General Counsel, Railroad Commission of Texas, P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; 512-463-7149
Agenda: NOTICE OF MEETING
Part 1 of 7; Items 1 - 100

RAILROAD COMMISSION OF TEXAS

Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, the following matters will be taken up for discussion and/or decision by the Railroad Commission of Texas at the William B. Travis Building, 1701 North Congress, Room 1-111, First Floor, Austin, Texas, on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, commencing at 9:30 a.m.

Webcast. Commission open meetings are webcast and may be accessed from the Commission's home page at www.rrc.texas.gov by clicking on "Open Meetings" and then "webcast home page", or by going directly to http://www.adminmonitor.com/tx/rcc/.

Auxiliary Aids or Services for Persons with a Disability. Any individual with a disability who plans to attend this meeting and who requires auxiliary aids or services should notify the Commission as far in advance as possible so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Requests may be made to the Human Resources Department of the Railroad Commission of Texas by mail at P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; by telephone at (512) 463-6981 or TDD No. (512) 463-7284; by e-mail at ADA@rrc.texas.gov; or in person at 1701 North Congress Avenue, Suite 12-110, Austin, Texas.


HEARINGS DIVISION

GAS SERVICES

1. GUD No. 10560: Application of Texas Gas Service Company for Test Year 2015 annual interim rate adjustment for the unincorporated area of the Rio Grande Valley Service Area.

2. GUD No. 10563: Application of West Texas Gas for Test Year 2015 annual interim rate adjustment program for the unincorporated areas of the Texas Service Area.

3. GUD No. 10580: Statement of intent to change the rates of city gate service (CGS) and rate pipeline transportation (PT) rates of Atmos Pipeline - Texas (APT).

SURFACE MINING AND RECLAMATION

4. Docket No. C16-0005-SC-47-F: Application by Texas Westmoreland Coal Company for Phase III release of reclamation obligations for 165.8 acres, Permit No. 47A, Jewett E/F Mine, Leon and Freestone Counties, Texas.

5. Docket No. C16-0015-SC-53-F: Application by Luminant Mining Company LLC for release of Phase I reclamation obligations for 506.5 acres, Permit No. 53, Martin Lake AIV South Mine, Panola and Rusk Counties, Texas

6. Docket No. C16-0006-SC-32-F.A: Application by Texas Westmoreland Coal Company for release of Phase I reclamation obligations for 325.6 acres, Permit No. 32G, Jewett Mine, Leon, Limestone, and Freestone Counties, Texas.



OIL AND GAS

7. O&G 09-0301496: Application of Buffco Production, Inc. to amend the field rules for the Near (Miss) Field, Hardeman County, Texas.

8. O&G 0298989: Application of Waggoner, W.T. Estate for an exception to 16 TAC §3.37 for the Waggoner Minnas Creek J Lease, Well No. J-1, Billie Jo (Caddo) Field, Wilbarger County, Texas.

9. O&G 0258401: Application of Houston Gulf Energy Corporation for an exception to 16 TAC §3.37 for the Boehl Lease, Well No. 2, Powder River (Consolidated) Field, Goliad County, Texas.

10. O&G 0299363: Application of Benchmark Petroleum Texas, LLC to for an exception to 16 TAC §3.37 for its Merka Lease, Well No. 1A, Caldwell County, Texas.

11. O&G 0298285: Application of EOG Resources, Inc. for an exception to 16 TAC §3.37 for the Ginobili Unit, Well No. 6H, Eagleville (Eagle Ford-2) Field, Karnes County, Texas.

12. O&G 04-0296007: Enforcement action against RWJ Operating LLC (Operator No. 739805) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Scholz, H.H. (11156) Lease, Well No. 1, Clara Driscoll Field, Nueces County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3, 3.14(b)(2) and 3.8(d)(1); Motion for Rehearing.

13. O&G 06-0299489: Enforcement action against RWJ Operating LLC (Operator No. 739805) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Republic Insurance Co. (05173) Lease, Well No. 3, Quitman (Derr) Field, Wood County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.8(d)(1) and 3.21(i); Motion for Rehearing.

14. O&G 7B-0300142: Enforcement action against RWJ Operating LLC (Operator No. 739805) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Shields Unit (26775) Lease, Well No. 1, Nann (Canyon Reef) Field, Jones County, Texas; 16 TAC §§3.3, 3.14(b)(2), 3.8(d)(1), and 3.13(a)(6)(A); Motion for Rehearing.

15. O&G 08-0295605: Application of Energen Resources Corporation pursuant to 16 TAC §3.9 for a permit to dispose of oil and gas waste by injection into a porous formation not productive of oil or gas, Central Facility, Well No. 1WD, Spraberry (Trend Area) Field, Glasscock County, Texas; Motion for Rehearing.

16. O&G 20-0302238: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Alltex Operating Company (Operator No. 015056); Motion for Rehearing.

17. O&G 20-0302242: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Gaines Operating, LLC. (Operator No. 293071); Motion for Rehearing.

18. O&G 20-0302248: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Louisiana Jordan Oil Co., Inc. (Operator No. 509475); Motion for Rehearing.

19. O&G 20-0302252: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Salvador Oil, LLC (Operator No. 744509); Motion for Rehearing.

20. O&G 20-0302254: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Wallis Energy, Inc. (Operator No. 893997); Motion for Rehearing.

21. O&G 20-0302255: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of White, Jack Operating (Operator No. 918443); Motion for Rehearing.


OIL AND GAS CONSENT AGENDA (52 items; numbers 22 - 73)

22. O&G 01-0301293: Application of 1836 Resources, LLC to amend field rules for the First Shot (Austin Chalk) Field, Gonzales, Karnes and Wilson Counties, Texas.

23. O&G 8A-0302395: Application of Texland Petroleum, L.P. to consider amending the field rules for the Ackerly (Dean Sand) Field, Dawson County, Texas.

24. O&G 05-0302041: Application of Jamex, Inc. to consider unitization and secondary recovery authority for the proposed Fruitvale Waterflood Unit, Fruitvale (33139001) Field, Van Zandt County, Texas.

25. O&G 08-0300421: Application of Shell Western E&P for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 for flare gas permit for the Conn 53-2-36 LOV Unit, Well No.1H, Phantom (Wolfcamp) Field, Loving County, Texas.

26. O&G 01-0300424: Application of U.S. Energy Development Corporation ("USEDC") for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 for flare gas permit for the Hideaway A Lease, Well Nos. A1, A2, & A3, Briscoe Ranch (Eagleford) Field, Frio and Zavala Counties, Texas.

27. O&G 08-0300770: Application of Parsley Energy Operations, LLC for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 to flare gas for the Trees State 16 Lease, Well No. 1H, Phantom (Wolfcamp) Field, Pecos County, Texas.

28. O&G 8A-0300911: Application of Riley Exploration OPG CO, LLC for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 for flare gas permit for the Beaten Path 597-648 Lease, Well Nos. 1XH, 2XH, 3XH, and 4XH, Platang (San Andres) Field, Yoakum County, Texas.

29. O&G 08-0299193: Application of BHP Billiton PET (TXLA OP) CO for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 for various facilities, Phantom (Wolfcamp) Field, Loving, Culberson, and Reeves Counties, Texas.

30. O&G 08-0299194: Application of BHP Billiton PET (TXLA OP) CO for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 for various facilities, Phantom (Wolfcamp) Field, Loving, Culberson, and Reeves Counties, Texas.

31. O&G 08-0299195: Application of BHP Billiton PET (TXLA OP) CO for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 for various facilities, Phantom (Wolfcamp) Field, Loving, Culberson, and Reeves Counties, Texas.

32. O&G 08-0301900: Application of Matador Production Company for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 for the Dorothy White TB Facility, Phantom (Wolfcamp) and Two Georges (Bone Spring) Fields, Loving County, Texas.

33. O&G 08-0300096: Application of XTO Energy Inc. for exception to 16 TAC §3.32 to flare gas from the JE Parker TB 2 and VRU Flare Point for Lease No. 08-45616 in the Three Bar (Wichita) Field, Andrews County, Texas.

34. O&G 08-0300322: Application of XTO Energy Inc. for exception to 16 TAC §3.32 to flare gas from the JE Parker TB 1, TB 2 and VRU Flare Point for Commingle Permit No. 08-4596 in the Martin (Consolidated), Martin (Ellenburger), Martin (Mckee), Martin (Second Simson Sd.) and Three Bar (Wichita) Fields, Andrews County, Texas.

35. O&G 08-0302038: Application of XTO Energy Inc. for exceptions to 16 TAC §3.32 to flare gas from the Cordona Lake Unit Sta. #4 and Cordona Lake CTB, VRU & 2 Stg. Comp. Flare Points for Commingle Permit No. 08-8321 in the Cordona Lake and Cordona Lake (San Angelo) Fields, Crane County, Texas.

36. O&G 08-0302039: Application of XTO Energy Inc. for exception to 16 TAC §3.32 to flare gas from the Univ Blk 20/21 CTB Flare Point for Commingle Permit No. 08-6786 in the Two Georges (Bone Spring) Field, Winkler County, Texas.

37. O&G 08-0302180: Application of Shell Western E&P for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 for the Neelie 1-85 LOV Lease, Sandbar (Bone Spring) Field, Loving County, Texas.

38. O&G 08-0302181: Application of Shell Western E&P for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 for the Crockett 1-37 WRD Lease, Phantom (Wolfcamp) Field, Ward County, Texas.

39. O&G 01-0302212: Application of Murphy Exploration & Production Co. for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 for the Peeler NE Unit A, Well No.1H, Eagleville (Eagle Ford -1) Field, Atascosa County, Texas.

40. O&G 01-0302213: Application of Murphy Exploration & Production Co. for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 for the Peeler NE Unit B, Well No.1H, Eagleville (Eagle Ford -1) Field, Atascosa County, Texas.

41. O&G 08-0302189: Application of Apache Corporation for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 to flare gas from the Coyote 4601 Lease, Well No. P- 1H, Phantom (Wolfcamp) Field, Pecos County, Texas.

42. O&G08-0302040: Application of Abraxas Petroleum Corporation for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 to flare gas from the Caprito 83 Lease and from the Caprito 98 Lease, Abraxas (Cherry Canyon) Field, Pecos County, Texas.

43. O&G 08-0291540: Application of EOG Resources, Inc., for a tight formation area designation in accordance with 16 TAC §3.101 for the Wolfcamp and Third Bone Spring Formations in the Phantom (Wolfcamp) Field, Reeves and Loving Counties, Texas.

44. O&G 01-0301600: Application of Chesapeake Operating, L.L.C. to construct a sour gas pipeline, pursuant to 16 TAC §3.106, Countiss I Lateral, Eagleville (Eagle Ford-1) Field, McMullen County, Texas.

45. O&G 01-0301686: Application of Chesapeake Operating, L.L.C. to construct a sour gas pipeline, pursuant to 16 TAC §3.106, Ledwig East E Lateral, Eagleville (Eagle Ford-1) Field, La Salle County, Texas.

46. O&G 01-0302387: Application of Williams MLP Operating, LLC to consider authority pursuant to 16 TAC §3.106 for a permit to construct a sour gas pipeline facility, Dilly Rich GGS/Valley Wells Lateral Extension, Dimmit County, Texas.

47. O&G 01-0302464: Application of Williams MLP Operating, LLC to consider authority pursuant to 16 TAC §3.106 for a permit to construct a sour gas pipeline facility, Dilly Rich GGS/Rogers Heavy Trunkline, Dimmit and La Salle Counties, Texas.

48. O&G 7B-0302413: Commission-called hearing to provide PM Oil & Gas, Inc. (Operator No. 631365) an opportunity to demonstrate that it has a good faith claim to operate the Park, J.F., et al (11809) Lease, All Wells, Callahan County Regular Field, Callahan County, Texas.

49. O&G 08-0299889: Commission-called hearing to provide Brock, J. (Operator No. 095367) an opportunity to demonstrate that it has a good faith claim to operate the McFarland Queen Univ. Unit, All Wells, McFarland (Queen) Field, Andrews County, Texas.

50. O&G 7C-0302073: Complaint by Ballinger Independent School District that Eastern Shelf Operating, LLC (Operator No. 239210) does not have a good faith claim to operate the Bearcat 4 (19068) Lease, Well No. 1, Ballinger (Palo Pinto) Field, Runnels County, Texas.

51. O&G 7C-0302149: Application of Landmaster Partners, Inc. (Operator No. 484659) to supersede the provision in the Final Order entered on June 9, 2015, in Oil & Gas Docket No. 7C-0285643, ordering Cannon Operating Company LLC (Operator No. 129223) to plug the Sykes, B.C. (16985) Lease, Well No. 2, Hollow Creek (Dog Bend) Field, Runnels County, Texas, and to approve Landmaster Partners, Inc. as operator of record.

52. O&G 01-0302009: In Re: transfer of record operator for the Jutson, Arva Lee A-1 (09579) Lease, Well No. A1, Minerva-Rockdale Field, Milam County, Texas, from Price Operating, LLC (676856) to Dorado Offshore, LLC (223345).

53. O&G 03-0300685: In Re: Single Signature P-4 transfer of record operator for the Baker, Carrie (02793) Lease, Lochridge Field, Brazoria County, Texas, from Texas Standard Oil Operating Co. (Operator No. 848271) to Kirby Partners, LLC (Operator No. 468130).

54. O&G 05-0302458: In Re: Single Signature P-4 transfer of record operator for the Hopkins Spindletop (03752) Lease, Well No. 1, Santa Fe Spindletop (Smackover) Field, Hopkins County, Texas, from Textron Southwest Inc. (Operator No. 850938) to Safari Production Company, Inc. (Operator No. 743197).

55. O&G 10-0301937: In Re: Single Signature P-4 transfer of record operator for the Edwards, F. Gas Unit (RRC Gas ID No. 022542) Lease, Well No. 1, Perryton, West (Morrow) Field, Ochiltree County, Texas, from Athena Energy, Inc. (Operator No. 036051) to Remnant Energy, Inc. (Operator No. 701555).

56. O&G 02-0301885: Single-Signature P-4 filing of Acock/Anaqua Operating Co., LP (Operator No. 003599) to transfer the operator of record for the Rooke, P.H. (04972) Lease, Well No. 11, Refugio New (3670) Field, Refugio County, Texas, from 38 Oil & Gas, LLC (Operator No. 953768) to Acock/Anaqua Operating Co., LP.

57. O&G 01-0302296: Single-Signature P-4 filing of Asante Operating Company, LLC (Operator No. 033877) for the Sneed Lease, Well Nos. 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 and 8, Buchanan Field, Caldwell County, Texas, to change the operator from Eagle Ford Oil Co., Inc. (Operator No. 238351) to Asante Operating Company, LLC.

58. O&G 20-0302239: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of BKM Production (Operator No. 072533); Motion for Rehearing.

59. O&G 20-0302244: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Harper, Clint (Operator No. 357854); Motion for Rehearing.

60. O&G 20-0302245: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of J.K.J. Company (Operator No. 427693); Motion for Rehearing.

61. O&G 20-0302247: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of K-B Oil Company (Operator No. 448400); Motion for Rehearing.

62. O&G 20-0302250: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of PLR Energy, LLC (Operator No. 668395); Motion for Rehearing.

63. O&G 20-0302253: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Tri-Force Exploration, L.L.C. (Operator No. 868628); Motion for Rehearing.

64. O&G 20-0302546: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of D & D Enterprises (Operator No. 195938); Motion for Rehearing.

65. O&G 20-0302552: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Lavaca River Operating, Co., LLC (Operator No. 489720); Motion for Rehearing.

66. O&G 20-0302558: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Ricochet Energy, Inc. (Operator No. 710549); Motion for Rehearing.

67. O&G 20-0302544: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Caskids Operating Company (Operator No. 139584); Motion for Rehearing.

68. O&G 08-0301902: Cog Operating LLC for the recommendation of a tight gas formation pursuant to 16 TAC §3.101 for the 2nd Bone Spring Formation, Sandbar (Bone Spring) Field, Culberson County, Texas.

69. O&G 02-0301829: Marathon Oil EF LLC for the recommendation of a tight gas formation pursuant to 16 TAC §3.101 for the Austin Chalk Formation, Sugarkane (Austin Chalk) Field, Karnes County, Texas.

70. O&G 8A-0303067: Texland Petroleum, L.P. for authority pursuant to 16 TAC §3.50 to approve or certify an EOR project for the Idalou Unit (#65917) Lease, Idalou, North (Clearfork, Lo) (44245 500) Field, Lubbock County, Texas.

71. O&G 8A-0302896: Roff Operating Company, LLC for authority pursuant to 16 TAC §3.50 to approve or certify an EOR project for the Key West Ten Unit (#70355) Lease, Key West (Spraberry) (49125 500) Field, Dawson County, Texas.

72. O&G 8A-0302714: Occidental Permian Ltd. for authority pursuant to 16 TAC §3.50 to approve or certify an EOR project for the Wasson North Clearfork Unit (#62689) Lease, Wasson, Ne. (Clear Fork) (95400 333) Field, Yoakum County, Texas.

73. O&G 08-0302585: XTO Energy Inc. for authority pursuant to 16 TAC §3.50 to approve or certify an EOR project for the Means /San Andres/ Unit (#17503) Lease, Means (60137 001) Field, Andrews County, Texas.

RULE 15 INACTIVE WELL ITEMS (19 items; numbers 74 - 92)

74. O&G 20-0303102: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Bah-Pepper Operating, LLC (Operator No. 042808).

75. O&G 20-0303104: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Bustamante Oil Company (Operator No. 112685).

76. O&G 20-0303105: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Emerald Bay Energy, Inc. (Operator No. 250962).

77. O&G 20-0303106: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Encina Resources, LLC (Operator No. 251741).

78. O&G 20-0303107: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of GOG Fields, Inc. (Operator No. 312330).

79. O&G 20-0303108: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of High Plains Operating, LLC (Operator No. 385603).

80. O&G 20-0303109: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Icarus Operating Corporation (Operator No. 421776).

81. O&G 20-0303110: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Jackson Investments (Operator No. 429313).

82. O&G 20-0303111: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Lone Star Services (Operator No. 507453).

83. O&G 20-0303112: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of M-C Production & Drilling Co,Inc (Operator No. 518063).

84. O&G 20-0303113: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of NHRG Inc (Operator No. 598344).

85. O&G 20-0303114: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Oil Well Buyers Corp. (Operator No. 620960).

86. O&G 20-0303115: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Property Development Group, Inc. (Operator No. 681459).

87. O&G 20-0303116: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Sky Resources, Inc. (Operator No. 786408).

88. O&G 20-0303117: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of TKP Petroleum, Inc. (Operator No. 860891).

89. O&G 20-0303118: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of TK Operating (Operator No. 860912).

90. O&G 20-0303119: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Tri Energy Resources, Inc. (Operator No. 868574).

91. O&G 20-0303120: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Vantage Fort Worth Energy LLC (Operator No. 882575).

92. O&G 20-0303121: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Weatherby Energy, LLC (Operator No. 902681).

MASTER DEFAULT ORDERS (8 items; numbers 93 - 100)

93. O&G 7B-0297226: Enforcement action against Crystal River Oil & Gas LLC (Operator No. 191683) for violations of Statewide Rules on Scoggins, Flossie E. (04185) Lease, Well Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, Aspermont Lake (Canyon Sand) Field, Stonewall County; Scoggins, Flossie E. -A- (04186) Lease, Well Nos. 2, 4 and 5, Aspermont Lake (Canyon Sand) Field, Stonewall County; and Scoggins Unit (14005) Lease, Well Nos. 3 and 4, Aspermont Lake (Canyon Sand) Field, Stonewall County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§3.3(2), 3.8(d)(1), 3.9(d)(4)(H)(i)(III), 3.8(g)(3), 3.14(b)(2), and 3.17(a).

94. O&G 7B-0300141: Enforcement action against Crystal River Oil & Gas LLC (Operator No. 191683) for violations of Statewide Rules on The Roye (RRC No. 076748) Lease, Well No. 2, Ringo (Strawn) Field, Palo Pinto County; Roye (RRC No. 078891) Lease, Well No. 4, Ringo (Strawn) Field, Palo Pinto County; and Roye (RRC No. 083882) Lease, Well No. 5, Ringo (Strawn) Field, Palo Pinto County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§3.8(d)(1) and 3.14(b)(2).

95. O&G 7B-0300145: Enforcement action against Crystal River Oil & Gas LLC (Operator No. 191683) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Bird (RRC Gas ID No. 114541) Lease, Well No. 1, Brazos River (Atoka D) Field, Palo Pinto County and Bird (RRC No. 119690) Lease, Well No. 2, Brazos River (Atoka D) Field, Palo Pinto County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§3.3(1), 3.3(2), and 3.14(b)(2).

96. O&G 09-0299686: Enforcement action against Xstar Resources LLC (Operator No. 945934) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Sutton (16346) Lease, Well Nos. 1 and 2, Bryson, East Field, Jack County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§3.3(1), 3.3(2), 3.8(d)(1), and 3.14(b)(2).

97. O&G 09-0298683: Enforcement action against Paradigm Operating Inc. (Operator No. 638917) for violations of a Statewide Rule on the Roberts, Don & Ruby (21550) Lease, Well Nos. 3, 4D, 5 and 6, Voss (Tannehill) Field, Knox County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §3.14(b)(2).

98. O&G 04-0280388: Enforcement action against Greeheyco, Inc. (Operator No. 330145) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Tobin Armstrong 7X (RRC Gas ID No. 254825) Lease, Well No. 1, Candelaria (Consolidated) Field, Kenedy County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§3.3(1), 3.3(2), and 3.14(b)(2).

99. O&G 04-0300697: Enforcement action against Duval Gas Gathering Corporation (Operator No. 236631) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Laughlin, C.M. "B" (RRC Gas ID No. 110056) Lease, Well No. 1, Premont, NW (2630) Field, Jim Wells County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§3.8(d)(1) and 3.98.

100. O&G 04-0298213: Enforcement action against WFM West Facility Mgmt, LLC (Operator No. 888072) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Roots, W. L. (09199) Lease, Well Nos. 2 and 3, Plymouth, East Field, San Patricio County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§3.3(1), 3.3(2), 3.3(2), and 3.8(d)(1).


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Agency Name: Railroad Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 North Congress Avenue, Room 1-111, First Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000457
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Haley Cochran, Office of General Counsel, Railroad Commission of Texas, P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; 512-463-7149
Agenda: NOTICE OF MEETING
Part 6 of 7; Items 501 - 600

RAILROAD COMMISSION OF TEXAS

Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, the following matters will be taken up for discussion and/or decision by the Railroad Commission of Texas at the William B. Travis Building, 1701 North Congress, Room 1-111, First Floor, Austin, Texas, on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, commencing at 9:30 a.m.

Webcast. Commission open meetings are webcast and may be accessed from the Commission's home page at www.rrc.texas.gov by clicking on "Open Meetings" and then "webcast home page", or by going directly to http://www.adminmonitor.com/tx/rcc/.

Auxiliary Aids or Services for Persons with a Disability. Any individual with a disability who plans to attend this meeting and who requires auxiliary aids or services should notify the Commission as far in advance as possible so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Requests may be made to the Human Resources Department of the Railroad Commission of Texas by mail at P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; by telephone at (512) 463-6981 or TDD No. (512) 463-7284; by e-mail at ADA@rrc.texas.gov; or in person at 1701 North Congress Avenue, Suite 12-110, Austin, Texas.


OFFICE OF GENERAL COUNSEL

AGREED ENFORCEMENT ORDERS (100 items; numbers 501 - 600)

501. Damage Prevention 049175: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 690 Hwy. 327 E. (Winters St.), Silsbee, Hardin County, Texas.

502. Damage Prevention 049178: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 5246 Wyndham Ct. (Peppermill Ln.), Abilene, Taylor County, Texas.

503. Damage Prevention 049180: Ryono Construction, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 118 E. Davilla (S. Granger), Granger, Williamson County, Texas.

504. Damage Prevention 049184: Hancock Fence & Fabrication, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 502 Dartmouth Ln. (Allen Heights), Allen, Collin County, Texas.

505. Damage Prevention 049189: City of Mabank enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(a), at 622 E. Kempner St. (N. Canton St.), Mabank, Henderson County, Texas.

506. Damage Prevention 049190: Oscar Renda Contracting enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 567 Pine Bluff (6th St. N.E.), Paris, Lamar County, Texas.

507. Damage Prevention 049191: City of Dayton enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 1140 N. Colbert St. (E. Waring St.), Dayton, Liberty County, Texas.

508. Damage Prevention 049192: City of Fort Worth Water Dept. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 4316 Lake Stone Trl. (Orchard Creek Rd.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

509. Damage Prevention 049193: Reliance Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 4200 Blk. High Plains Dr., Sugar Land, Fort Bend County, Texas.

510. Damage Prevention 049194: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 500 Lipscomb St. (W. Peter Smith St.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

511. Damage Prevention 049195: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 12261 Old 2243 W. (Bagdad Rd.), Leander, Williamson County, Texas.

512. Damage Prevention 049198: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Center St. (Parker St.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

513. Damage Prevention 049201: MP Nexlevel enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.11(b) and 18.10(b), at 11300 Blk. Greens Pkwy., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

514. Damage Prevention 049203: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 23150 Willow Canyon Dr., Katy, Fort Bend County, Texas.

515. Damage Prevention 049206: Heritage Group enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 1883 N. Zaragoza (Montwood), El Paso, El Paso County, Texas.

516. Damage Prevention 049211: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 623 Shorewood Dr., Seabrook, Harris County, Texas.

517. Damage Prevention 049214: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1183 I-45 N (FM 1183), Alma, Ellis County, Texas.

518. Damage Prevention 049219: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 339 Lois Dr. (Dewberry St.), Wilmer, Dallas County, Texas.

519. Damage Prevention 049223: City of South Houston enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 513 College Ave. (Dallas St.), South Houston, Harris County, Texas.

520. Damage Prevention 049225: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1774 Stacy Rd. (Lakeview Dr.), Fairview, Collin County, Texas.

521. Damage Prevention 049229: Standard Utility Construction, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(g), at 429 Cold Mountain Trl. (Painted Tree Trl.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

522. Damage Prevention 049231: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Hunters Creek Dr. (Hickory Hollow), Hilshire Village, Harris County, Texas.

523. Damage Prevention 049233: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 300 Blk. Delta Pkwy., Baytown, Chambers County, Texas.

524. Damage Prevention 049237: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4818 Raven Ridge (Rapidcreek Dr.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

525. Damage Prevention 049238: To-Mex Construction, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.3(a), at 204 Stiles St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

526. Damage Prevention 049242: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 7010 Rampart St. (Edgemoor Dr.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

527. Damage Prevention 049245: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1010 E. Dallas Rd. (Minters Chapel Rd.), Grapevine, Tarrant County, Texas.

528. Damage Prevention 049249: TTG Utilities, LP enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.4(b), at 608 Parmer Ave. (14th St.), Killeen, Bell County, Texas.

529. Damage Prevention 049250: Texas Pride Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(e) and 18.11(b), at 1200 Three Forks Dr., Katy, Harris County, Texas.

530. Damage Prevention 049251: Atmos Energy, West Texas Division enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 800 N. Main St. (W. Kansas), Midland, Midland County, Texas.

531. Damage Prevention 049252: Gas Energy, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 147 Elk Trace (Bungalow Dr.), Montgomery, Montgomery County, Texas.

532. Damage Prevention 049254: Badger Dirt & Septic, LP enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 122 Edwards St. (N. 1st), Merkel, Taylor County, Texas.

533. Damage Prevention 049258: Gateway Fence Co. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.3(a), at 1925 S. Jarrell Ave., Tyler, Smith County, Texas.

534. Damage Prevention 049260: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 810 E. Leon (10th St.), Gatesville, Coryell County, Texas.

535. Damage Prevention 049262: Lee Engineering enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 332 Paluxy Dr. (Aransas Dr.), Irving, Dallas County, Texas.

536. Damage Prevention 049263: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4900 Mission (Bennett Ave.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

537. Damage Prevention 049265: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3632 Wessex Ct. (Winston Dr.), Corinth, Denton County, Texas.

538. Damage Prevention 049266: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1612 S. Henderson St. (W. Maddox Ave.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

539. Damage Prevention 049269: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1606 S. Henderson St. (W. Maddox Ave.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

540. Damage Prevention 049270: B&H Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.11(b) and 18.10(b), at 2017 Hwy. 16 (Walmart Ln.), Graham, Young County, Texas.

541. Damage Prevention 049271: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1600 S. Henderson St. (W. Maddox Ave.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

542. Damage Prevention 049273: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 300 S. McKinley (First St.), Prosper, Collin County, Texas.

543. Damage Prevention 049274: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 506 N. Goliad St. (Olive St.), Rockwall, Rockwall County, Texas.

544. Damage Prevention 049278: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 504 Rand Rd. (Nash), Kaufman, Kaufman County, Texas.

545. Damage Prevention 049279: Atmos Energy, West Texas Division enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 5004 34th (Slide), Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas.

546. Damage Prevention 049280: Bridgepoint Communications, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 605 Corbin Dr. (Collins), Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas.

547. Damage Prevention 049281: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 6701 Coit Rd. (Denham), Plano, Collin County, Texas.

548. Damage Prevention 049282: City of McAllen enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(g), at 3109 Helena Ave. (S. 33rd St.), McAllen, Hidalgo County, Texas.

549. Damage Prevention 049286: Texas Sterling Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 13439 Cullen Blvd., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

550. Damage Prevention 049288: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 11820 Plainbrook, La Porte, Harris County, Texas.

551. Damage Prevention 049291: Chip Miller Plumbing, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 15747 FM 2493, Tyler, Smith County, Texas.

552. Damage Prevention 049298: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2943 Sendero (Orillo), Grand Prairie, Tarrant County, Texas.

553. Damage Prevention 049302: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 300 Alvord St. (Kentucky St.), Chico, Wise County, Texas.

554. Damage Prevention 049304: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 104 W. University Dr. (Church St.), McKinney, Collin County, Texas.

555. Damage Prevention 049306: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4116 Merida Ave. (W. Bolt Ave.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

556. Damage Prevention 049309: City of Watauga enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.11(b) and 18.10(b), at 6800 Echo Hill Dr. (Highcrest Dr.), Watauga, Tarrant County, Texas.

557. Damage Prevention 049310: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 924 Mountain Ter. (Billy Ruth), Hurst, Tarrant County, Texas.

558. Damage Prevention 049312: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 5082 Westgrove Dr. (Knoll Trl.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

559. Damage Prevention 049314: Arrow Electric, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 3737 Frankford Rd. (Midway), Camp Dallas, Denton County, Texas.

560. Damage Prevention 049315: Foreman Electric enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 1680 W. State Hwy. 46, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas.

561. Damage Prevention 049321: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1813 Edinburg Ave. (Castle Dr.), League City, Galveston County, Texas.

562. Damage Prevention 049323: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 7904 Cheno Cortina Trl. (Oasis Dr.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

563. Damage Prevention 049325: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 10102 Margate Dr., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

564. Damage Prevention 049328: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3336 Red Oak Ln. (Cummings), Bedford, Tarrant County, Texas.

565. Damage Prevention 049333: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 5302 Novak Ln., Danbury, Brazoria County, Texas.

566. Damage Prevention 049345: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2006 Island Oak St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

567. Damage Prevention 049349: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4102 Yoakum (W. Main), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

568. Damage Prevention 049355: Circle C Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(a), at Live Oak Dr. (Tibers Dr.), Irving, Dallas County, Texas.

569. Damage Prevention 049359: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1006 1/2 Laws Ln., Atlanta, Cass County, Texas.

570. Damage Prevention 049364: Hearn Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at Montgomery Rd. (Glen Mont), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

571. Damage Prevention 049365: S&H Utility, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(e), at 4001 Witte Cv. (Artesia Bend), Old Round Rock, Williamson County, Texas.

572. Damage Prevention 049370: Atmos Energy, West Texas Division enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 6608 University Ave. (68th St.), Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas.

573. Damage Prevention 049372: Clements Plumbing enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.11(b) and 18.3(e), at 1204 N. Ave. L, Freeport, Brazoria County, Texas.

574. Damage Prevention 049376: The Tree Truckers enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.3(a), at Cane Island Pkwy. (US 90 Zone 4), Katy, Waller County, Texas.

575. Damage Prevention 049379: Alvin E. Stock Contractor, Ltd. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.11(b) and 18.3(a), at 305 Oppenheimer W. (Mackinze N.), Uvalde, Uvalde County, Texas.

576. Damage Prevention 049384: Aquamarine Pool enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 606 Spring Forest Dr., Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas.

577. Damage Prevention 049385: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 606 Spring Forest Dr., Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas.

578. Damage Prevention 049391: Pronto Sandblasting and Coating, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 282 Utopia Ave. (Atlas), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

579. Damage Prevention 049392: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Piedras (Elm), El Paso, El Paso County, Texas.

580. Damage Prevention 049393: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1710 Brooke Amber Cir., Deer Park, Harris County, Texas.

581. Damage Prevention 049397: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Chestnut, Hallsville, Harrison County, Texas.

582. Damage Prevention 049412: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 24000 Springtowne Dr., Spring, Harris County, Texas.

583. Damage Prevention 049417: Gilmore Electric. LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 5004 Augusta Cir. (Pebble Creek Pkwy.), College Station, Brazos County, Texas.

584. Damage Prevention 049421: Fambro Construction, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at J. Elmer Weaver (Robinson), Cedar Hill, Dallas County, Texas.

585. Damage Prevention 049422: S & J Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 18002 Stubby Ln. (Satterwhite Ln.), Magnolia, Montgomery County, Texas.

586. Damage Prevention 049426: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at I-10 (River Rd.), Channelview, Harris County, Texas.

587. Damage Prevention 049428: T Construction, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(b), at 1614 Ave. L, Rosenberg, Fort Bend County, Texas.

588. Damage Prevention 049437: TNMP enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.3(a), at 1005 Cloverridge (Westfield), Friendswood, Galveston County, Texas.

589. Damage Prevention 049446: Grady Crawford Const. Co., Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at E. Travis (FM 31), Marshall, Harrison County, Texas.

590. Damage Prevention 049447: All About Plumbing enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 9650 High Level Rd., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

591. Damage Prevention 049457: Oscar Renda Contracting enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(b), at 1350 23rd St. S.E. (Sycamore St.), Paris, Lamar County, Texas.

592. Damage Prevention 049465: SMC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 12701 Hwy. 87 (FM 1585), Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas.

593. Damage Prevention 049467: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2200 Sam Houston Ave., Huntsville, Walker County, Texas.

594. Damage Prevention 049468: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3512 N. FM 2148, Texarkana, Bowie County, Texas.

595. Damage Prevention 049481: The Aspen Utility Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 3626 Bluebonnet Dr. (Feld Dr.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

596. Damage Prevention 049483: Vicast Electric enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(a), at 5711 Kansas St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

597. Damage Prevention 049485: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3203 Autumn Bay Ct., Friendswood, Harris County, Texas.

598. Damage Prevention 049492: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 12601 Memorial Dr. (Litchfield Ln.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

599. Damage Prevention 049495: Linco Construction Co., Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 12601 Memorial Dr. (Litchfield Ln.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

600. Damage Prevention 049501: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2015 Ferguson Rd. (W. Montgomery Rd.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.


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Agency Name: Railroad Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 North Congress Avenue, Room 1-111, First Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000451
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Haley Cochran, Office of General Counsel, Railroad Commission of Texas, P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; 512-463-7149
Agenda: NOTICE OF MEETING
Part 2 of 7; Items 101 - 200

RAILROAD COMMISSION OF TEXAS

Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, the following matters will be taken up for discussion and/or decision by the Railroad Commission of Texas at the William B. Travis Building, 1701 North Congress, Room 1-111, First Floor, Austin, Texas, on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, commencing at 9:30 a.m.

Webcast. Commission open meetings are webcast and may be accessed from the Commission's home page at www.rrc.texas.gov by clicking on "Open Meetings" and then "webcast home page", or by going directly to http://www.adminmonitor.com/tx/rcc/.

Auxiliary Aids or Services for Persons with a Disability. Any individual with a disability who plans to attend this meeting and who requires auxiliary aids or services should notify the Commission as far in advance as possible so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Requests may be made to the Human Resources Department of the Railroad Commission of Texas by mail at P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; by telephone at (512) 463-6981 or TDD No. (512) 463-7284; by e-mail at ADA@rrc.texas.gov; or in person at 1701 North Congress Avenue, Suite 12-110, Austin, Texas.


HEARINGS DIVISION

MASTER DEFAULT ORDERS (59 items; numbers 101 - 159)

101. O&G 01-0301319: Enforcement action against Eagle Ford Oil Co. Inc. (Operator No. 238351) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Ethridge -B- (04469) Lease, Well Nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7, and Tank Battery, Luling-Branyon Field, Caldwell County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§3.3(3), 3.8(d)(1), 3.14(b)(2), and 3.36(c)(5)(B).

102. O&G 7B-0301100: Enforcement action against Ronald D. Smith and Ronald D. Smith II, Partners in Powell-McCarroll Partnership (Operator No. 674803) for violation of a Statewide Rule on the Ash (28944) Lease, Well No. 1, Bryle (Caddo, Upper) Field, Throckmorton County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §3.14(b)(2).

103. O&G 01-0297072: Enforcement action against Vistar Oil Texas LLC (Operator No. 886286) for violation of a Statewide Rule on the Lyssy-Deering Lease (RRC Permit No. 768543), Well No. 3H, Marcelina Creek (Buda) Field, Wilson County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§3.36(c)(14), 3.36(d)(1)(g).

104. O&G 02-0299462: Enforcement action against Houston Gulf Energy Corporation (Operator No. 402723) for violations of Texas Nat. Res. Code §85.3855(a)(2) on the Boehl (RRC Gas ID 238215) Lease, Well No. 2, Powder River (Consolidated) Field, Goliad County, Texas; Violation of Texas Nat. Res. Code §85.3855(a)(2).

105. O&G 05-0299861: Enforcement action against Bar 5-H, Inc. (Operator No. 048562) for violation of a Statewide Rule on the Holleman, W. L. Unit 2 (03755) Lease, Well No. 1, Centerville (Woodbine) Field, Leon County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §3.14(b)(2).

106. O&G 03-0299725: Enforcement action against Mastodon Operating Company, LLC (Operator No. 532988) for violation of a Statewide Rule on the Bollinger, F.G.U. (RRC Gas ID No. 172451) Lease, Well No. 1, Sealy (Frio 3500) Field, Austin County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §3.14(b)(2).

107. O&G 7B-0300569: Enforcement action against Grothe Bros., Inc. (Operator No. 335430) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Diller, Mildred Et Al (05964) Lease, Well Nos. 3, 5, 6, 8, and 10, Shackleford County Regular Field, Shackleford County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§3.14(b)(2) and 3.46(g)(2).

108. O&G 7C-0300873: Enforcement action against J2 Petroleum LLC (Operator No. 427976) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Lindley "40" Lease, Well No. 8 and Tank Battery, Rock Pen (Canyon) Field, Irion County; and Henry (10208) Lease, Well No. 2, Rock Pen (Canyon) Field, Irion County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§3.14(b)(1), 3.14(d)(12), and 3.22(b).

109. O&G 06-0300866: Enforcement action against Kids Future, L.L.C. (Operator No. 459167) for violations of Statewide Rules on Singleton, Lillian (05279) Lease, Well Nos. 1 and 2, Marion County (Shallow) Field, Marion County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§3.14(b)(2), 3.17(a), and 3.21(i).

110. O&G 08-0299253: Enforcement action against Tom Molder, Sole Proprietor (Operator No. 574060) for violations of Statewide Rule on the Black & Redfern (04059) Lease, Well No. 1, Malicky (Queen Sand) Field, Pecos County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §3.8(d)(1).

111. O&G 09-0298491: Enforcement action against Dinoco Oil, Inc. (Operator No. 220721) for violations of Statewide Rules on Jacks -B- (07544) Lease, Well Nos. 4, 5W, 6MB, 7, 7MB, 8W, 10, 11W, 12MB, 12W, 14, 16, 17MB, 18, 19W, 20W, 56, 100, 101, 102 and D1, Young County Regular Field, Young County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§3.3(1), 3.3(2), 3.3(3), 3.13(a)(6)(A), 3.14(b)(2), 3.8(d)(1), 3.16(b), and 3.46(j)(3)(A).

112. O&G 02-0301721: Enforcement action against NAC Services, LLC (Operator No. 598783) for violations of Statewide Rules on Kenedy Service Yard, Eagleville (Eagle Ford-2) Field, Karnes County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.8(d)(1), 3.8(d)(2), and 3.22(b).

113. O&G 03-0301528: Enforcement action against Hockley Energy, Inc. (Operator No. 390666) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Lockhart Bank Unit 2 (RRC Gas ID No. 090401) Lease, Well No. 3, Alvin, South (#46) Field, Brazoria County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §3.14(b)(2).

114. O&G 04-0300744: Enforcement action against Chestnut Exploration and Production, Inc. (Operator No. 147847) for violations of Statewide Rules on Sauz Ranch Mulatos Pasture (03390) Lease, Well Nos. 175, 190 and 204, Willamar, West Field, Willacy County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.8(d)(1) and 3.20(a)(1).

115. O&G 06-0300894: Enforcement action against RHC Energy (USA) LLC (Operator No. 704798) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Hassler (Permit Nos. 811410 and 814583) Lease, Well Nos. 1 and 1R, Wildcat Field, Rusk County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.5(a), 3.14(b)(2), 3.13(b)(1)(C), 3.13(b)(1)(G), 3.14(a)(3), 3.14(b)(1), 3.16(b) and 3.20(a)(1).

116. O&G 6E-0299304: Enforcement action against Dyersdale Energy II, L.P. (Operator No. 237756) for violations of Statewide Rules on Hineman, C.E. (07544) Lease, Well Nos. 1, 2, 7, 11 and 12, East Texas Field, Gregg County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3(2), 3.3(3), 3.14(b)(2) and 3.21(i).

117. O&G 6E-0299881: Enforcement action against Dyersdale Energy II, L.P. (Operator No. 237756) for violations of Statewide Rules on DeGuerin, Lula (06938) Lease, Well No. 2, East Texas Field, Rusk County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3(1), 3.3(2), 3.3(3), 3.14(b)(2) and 3.15(f)(2)(A)(ii).

118. O&G 7B-0300635: Enforcement action against KEC Enterprises, Inc. (Operator No. 448461) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Burkhalter-Reno Unit (RRC Gas ID No. 114441) Lease, Well No. 1, Reno (Congl) Field, Parker County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §3.14(b)(1).

119. O&G 7B-0300868: Enforcement action against Couch Oil & Gas, Inc. (Operator No. 182165) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Davis, Edgar (30948) Lease, Well No. 2, A.T. & H. (Palo Pinto SD) Field, Callahan County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.14(b)(2) and 3.17(b).

120. O&G 09-0297199: Enforcement action against Xstar Resources, LLC (Operator No. 945934) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Woods, Flora Estate "A" (RRC Gas ID No. 115026) Lease, Well No. 2, Bills (Caddo Conglomerate) Field and the Hatfield (27247) Lease, Well No. 1, Callendar (Weir) Field, Jack County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3(1), 3.3(2), 3.3(3), 3.14(b)(2), 3.8(b), 3.8(d)(1), and 3.13(a)(6)(A).

121. O&G 8A-0300365: Enforcement action against Tycoon Operating Company, Inc. (Operator No. 875260) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Plains Ranch (69864) Lease, Well Nos. 1, 2, and 3, Fitzgerald, East (Sand Andres) Field, Yoakum County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.14(b)(2) and 3.8(d)(4)(H)(i)(I).

122. O&G 06-0296806: Enforcement action against Delco Grounds, Jr., Sole Proprietor, SMK Vacuum Service (Operator No. 796754) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Stephen, Mary B. (11210) Lease, Well No. 1, Roy Clark-Mel Tillis (Pettit, U) Field, Rusk County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.14(b)(2) and 3.17(a).

123. O&G 09-0300411: Enforcement action against Black Pearl Operating Comp., LLC (Operator No. 072713) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Norwood, John H. Etal (06173) Lease, Well Nos. 12 and 14, K-M-A Field, Wichita County; and Boone, T.R. (22580) Lease, Well Nos. 1S, 2S, 3S, 4S, and 5S, Wichita County Regular Field, Wichita County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3(1), 3.3(2), 3.14(b)(2) and 3.8(d)(1).

124. O&G 09-0300525: Enforcement action against Black Pearl Operating, Comp., LLC for violations of Statewide Rules on the Norwood "A" (19289) Lease, Well No. 2, Wichita County Regular Field, Wichita County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3(1), 3.3(2) and 3.14(b)(2).

125. O&G 09-0300606: Enforcement action against Black Pearl Operating, Comp., LLC for violations of Statewide Rules on the Waggoner -JJ- (06579) Lease, Well Nos. 1, 2, 4, and 5, Wilbarger County Regular Field, Wilbarger County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §3.14(b)(2).

126. O&G 01-0286022: Enforcement action against SD Operating F/K/A Salty Dog Oilfield Services, LP (Operator No. 740163) for violations of Statewide Rules on Dimmit County Facility, Dimmit County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.8(d)(1), 3.8(d)(2), 3.20(a)(1) and 3.21(j).

127. O&G 09-0298301: Enforcement action against Paradigm Operating Inc. (Operator No. 638917) for violations of Statewide Rules on the Summers, W.H. (17667) Lease, Well Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 12, Voss (Tannehill) Field, Knox County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3 (2), 3.8(d)(1), 3.9(12)(C)(i), 3.13(a)(6)(A), 3.14 (b)(2), 3.17(a) and 3.21(j).

128. O&G 7B-0301314: Enforcement action against Mole Hole Prod. (Operator No. 574075) for violations of Statewide Rules on the North Gordon Lease, Well No. 1 (RRC Gas ID No. 173851), Palo Pinto Co. Reg (Gas) Field, Palo Pinto County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3 (1), 3.3(2), 3.3(3), 3.8(d)(1), 3.14(b)(2), and 3.8(d)(4)(H)(i)(III).

129. Damage Prevention Docket No. 19565: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 1500 Cassib Street, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

130. Damage Prevention Docket No. 17146: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at S. Madison Street and Summitt Street, Madisonville, Madison County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

131. Damage Prevention Docket No. 17144: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 1001 Summit Street, Madisonville, Madison County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b).

132. Damage Prevention Docket No. 7892: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 3201 Louisiana Avenue, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

133. Damage Prevention Docket No. 7045: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 502 W. Dexter, College Station, Brazos County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

134. Damage Prevention Docket No. 6761: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 500 Thompson, College Station, Brazos County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

135. Damage Prevention Docket No. 7902: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 2406 McHaney Drive, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

136. Damage Prevention Docket No. 9230: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 1816 Brothers Boulevard, College Station, Brazos County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

137. Damage Prevention Docket No. 10475: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 309 N. Alamo Street, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

138. Damage Prevention Docket No. 10341: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 103 E. Kleb Street, Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

139. Damage Prevention Docket No. 10482: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 1004 West 24th Street, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

140. Damage Prevention Docket No. 10481: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 1104 West 24th Street, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

141. Damage Prevention Docket No. 10545: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at Highway 36 (E. Kleb Street), Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

142. Damage Prevention Docket No. 14492: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at Lee Avenue and Commerce Street, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

143. Damage Prevention Docket No. 17112: Enforcement action against Brazos Valley Services A/K/A B.V.S. Construction, Inc. for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 1001 S. Madison Street, Madisonville, Madison County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

144. Damage Prevention Docket No. 12456: Enforcement action against Saenz Utility Contractors, LLC for Violations of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 155 Lindale Dr. (Shidler), Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

145. Damage Prevention Docket No. 12425: Enforcement action against Saenz Utility Contractors, LLC for Violations of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at Ciro Casarez (Bowie St.), Elsa, Hidalgo County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§ 18.3(e) and 18.11(b).

146. Damage Prevention Docket No. 12409: Enforcement action against Saenz Utility Contractors, LLC for Violations of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 6th Ave. (Milam), Elsa, Hidalgo County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC § 18.11(b).

147. Damage Prevention Docket No. 13991: Enforcement action against Saenz Utility Contractors, LLC for Violations of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 1664 Lincoln St. (E. 17th St.), Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§ 18.3(a) and 18.11(b).

148. Damage Prevention Docket No. 14841: Enforcement action against Shark Cable Construction Security Installation LLC for Violations of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at Pink Oak Dr. (FM 646), Santa Fe, Galveston County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC § 18.11(b).

149. Damage Prevention Docket No. 11805: Enforcement action against Shark Cable Construction Security Installation LLC for Violations of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 4006 Sunny Meadow Broow, College Station, Brazos County, Texas; Violations of 16 TAC §§ 18.3(a) and 18.11(b).

150. Damage Prevention Docket No. 12428: Enforcement action against Shark Cable Construction Security Installation LLC for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 5422 Jackson Park Ln. (Downing Park Blvd), Katy, Fort Bend County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b).

151. Damage Prevention Docket No. 14254: Enforcement action against Shark Cable Construction Security Installation LLC for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 10723 Cypresswood Dr (Balcrest), Houston, Harris County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

152. Damage Prevention Docket No. 14845: Enforcement action against Shark Cable Construction Security Installation LLC for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 18409 Timber Forest Dr, Humble, Harris County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b).

153. Damage Prevention Docket No. 22903: Enforcement action against Shark Cable Construction Security Installation LLC for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 74 La Jolla Cir (Walden Rd), Montgomery, Montgomery County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b).

154. Damage Prevention Docket No. 13334: Enforcement action against Amazing Fence for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 6802 Napier Ln. (Cherry Hill) Houston, Harris County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b).

155. Damage Prevention Docket No. 13274: Enforcement action against Big Boy Concrete for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 5147 Shady Oaks Dr. (Kingsmill Rd.) Houston, Texas, Harris County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b).

156. Damage Prevention Docket No. 14380: Enforcement action against D.R. Horton for Violation of Commission Rules for Underground Pipeline Damage Prevention at 2729 Los Gatos, Fort Worth, Texas, Tarrant County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b).

157. LP-Gas 02656: Enforcement action against Christopher Myers DBA Eden Swimming Pools & Landscaping, Inc. for Violations of an LP Gas Safety Rule at the Achira Residence, Hidalgo, Hidalgo County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §9.2(36).

158. LP-Gas 02764: Enforcement action against My Mobile RV Doctor for violations at Nicole McClure Southern Oaks RV Park, 1850 Texas-35, Lot #511, Aransas Pass, Aransas County, Texas; Violation of Tex. Nat. Res. Code §113.081 (2).

159. LP-Gas 02743: Enforcement action against Hudson Gas Distribution, LLC for alleged violations at United Refrigeration, 2840 Virgo Ln., Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; Violation of Tex. Nat. Res. Code §113.081 (2).


OFFICE OF GENERAL COUNSEL

AGREED ENFORCEMENT ORDERS (41 items; numbers 160 - 200)

160. O&G 8A-0297526: Slate Holdings, Inc. (Operator No. 787112) enforcement action regarding Frost "B" (61790) Lease, Well No. 1, Spivey (San Andres) Field, Yoakum County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.14(b)(2).

161. O&G 01-0296536: Bellows Operating Co., L. C. (Operator No. 063857) enforcement action regarding Fehner, Odis (07594) Lease, Well No. 1R, MAG (Buda) Field, Gonzales County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.8(d)(2).

162. O&G 01-0301788: Tri-Force Exploration, L.L.C. (Operator No. 868628) enforcement action regarding Christian Lease, Well No. 4R (Drilling Permit No. 747494), Christian (6800) Field, Gonzales County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.13(b)(1)(B)(i).

163. O&G 01-0302048: Viceroy Petroleum, LP (Operator No. 885041) enforcement action regarding Orr, Robert C. (09325) Lease, Bulloh (Navarro) Field, Milam County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.20(a)(1).

164. O&G 02-0302188: Marathon Oil Ef LLC (Operator No. 525398) enforcement action regarding East Longhorn Central Tank Battery Facility (Co-Mingle Permit No. 02-5829), Eagleville (Eagle Ford-2) Field, Karnes County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.32(f)(1)(C).

165. O&G 03-0302045: Cico Oil & Gas Company (Operator No. 153410) enforcement action regarding Outlar Lease, Well No. 1 (RRC ID No. 234337), Wharton Junction, North Field, Wharton County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.20(a)(1).

166. O&G 03-0302047: Benchmark Oil & Gas Company (Operator No. 064101) enforcement action regarding F. T. Peveto A Lease, Well No. 6 (Permit No. 804533) Orange Field, Orange County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.13(b)(1)(B).

167. O&G 03-0302199: Americo Energy Resources, LLC (Operator No. 019752) enforcement action regarding Bash Unit (RRC ID No. 173467) Lease, Well No. A6, Durkee (Dy Sand) Field, Harris County, and the Bash (01295) Lease, Durkee (Fairbanks Sand) Field, Harris County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3(2), 3.8(d)(1), 3.21(j) and Tex. Nat. Res. Code §91.143.

168. O&G 03-0302482: Pardus Oil & Gas Operating, LP (Operator No. 639425) enforcement action regarding KMAC (26951) Lease, Well No. A1, Fort Trinidad, East (Buda) Field, Madison County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.14(a)(3).

169. O&G 04-0297428: Wallis Energy, Inc. (Operator No. 893997) enforcement action regarding Fulton Beach #5 (13226) Lease, Well No. 5, Fulton Beach (C-1-2-3 Sand) Field, Aransas County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.8(d)(1).

170. O&G 04-0298766: Bellows Operating Co., L. C. (Operator No. 063857) enforcement action regarding De Lopez C. V. -A- Lease, Well No. 2 (RRC ID No. 119109), La Reforma (Lopez) Field, Starr County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3(3), 3.8(d)(1), 3.46(j) and 3.73(i).

171. O&G 04-0301102: Enterprises West Lonestar, LLC, (Operator No. 253396) enforcement action regarding Facility CR-95A, WHP No. 6302, Vacuum Truck No. H402, Hundido (Lobo) Field, Zapata County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.8(d)(1), 3.8(f)(C), 3.8(f)(C)(vi) and 3.8(f)(C)(ix).

172. O&G 7B-0293743: North American Drilling Corp (Operator No. 613521) enforcement action regarding Sweet, L. W. (28597) Lease, Well Nos. 2 and 4, Suggs (Ellenburger) Field, Nolan County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.8(d)(1) and 3.14(b)(2).

173. O&G 7B-0300877: Sim E. Burgess, Sole Proprietor of Burgess, Sim E. (Operator No. 108432) enforcement action regarding Burgess -B- (10370) Lease, Well No. 2, Stephens County Regular Field, Stephens County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.8(d)(1).

174. O&G 7B-0301465: TKP Petroleum, Inc. (Operator No. 860891) enforcement action regarding Smith "A" (28139) Lease, Well No. 1, Audas-Graham (Capps Lime) Field, Taylor County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.8(d)(1) and 3.14(b)(2).

175. O&G 7C-0283991: Dunagin Transport Company (Operator No. 231250) enforcement action regarding Jones (12697) Lease, Well No. 1, Kenker (Palo Pinto) Field, Tom Green County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.8(d)(1), 3.46(a) and 3.46(i)(4).

176. O&G 8A-0290910: Slate Holdings, Inc. (Operator No. 787112) enforcement action regarding Frost "A" (61524) Lease, Well Nos. 1 and 2, Spivey (San Andres) Field, Yoakum County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.8(d)(1) and 3.14(b)(2).

177. O&G 8A-0301785: Robertson Resources, Inc. (Operator No. 718770) enforcement action regarding Beck, Jimmy (63862) Lease, Hermleigh (6200) Field, Scurry County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.8(d)(1).

178. O&G 09-0295206: Toll Reserve Consortium Corp. (Operator No. 861625) enforcement action regarding Jennings, G.A. -AA- (11675) Lease, Well Nos. 1, 2A, 3, 3A, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13, Archer County Regular Field, and the Jennings, G.A. -BB- (17097) Lease, Well Nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, and 11, Archer County Regular Field, Archer County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.14(b)(1), 3.14(b)(2), 3.16(b) and (c), 3.46(j)(3)(A) and 3.73(i).

179. O&G 09-0295430: Dorland, Bernard Franklin, Sole Proprietor, SMD Oil Company (Operator No. 789638) enforcement action regarding Jennings, Grace Estate (04962) Lease, Well Nos. 9, 15 and 18, Wichita County Regular Field, Wichita County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3(2), 3.8(d)(1), 3.16(b) and 3.46(j)(3)(A).

180. O&G 10-0300153: Chase Production Company (Operator No. 146700) enforcement action regarding Benton, J. T. (00292) Lease, Well Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5,7, and 8, Panhandle Grey County Field, Gray County, Texas. Violation of Tex. Nat. Res. Code §91.143.

181. LP-Gas 2411: Westex Capital, LTD. DBA Pico Petroleum (License No. 11131) enforcement action regarding Twin Elm Guest Ranch, Bandera, Bandera County; and the Arms of Hope Children's Home, 21300 Hwy. 16 N., Medina, Bandera County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.101(b)(1).

182. LP-Gas 2568: Westex Capital, LTD DBA Pico Petroleum (License No. 11131) enforcement action regarding Jerry B's, 453 N. Hwy. 181, Kenedy, Karnes County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§9.101(b)(1) and 9.401, adopting by reference NFPA 58 §6.9.4.6.

183. LP-Gas 2670: Amerigas Propane, LP (License No. 09670) enforcement action regarding 7-Eleven #26381, 5700 Sam Calloway, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.132.

184. LP-Gas 2671: Amerigas Propane, LP (License No. 09670) enforcement action regarding 7-Eleven #36499, 5700 Boat Club Rd., Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.132.

185. LP-Gas 2678: Turista Propane LTD (License No. 13597) enforcement action regarding Lanes Cafe, 5263 FM 1017, San Isidro, Star County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.401, adopting by reference NFPA 58.

186. LP-Gas 2701: Amerigas Propane, LP (License No. 09670) enforcement action regarding DFW A-1 Pallet Inc., 10705 Newkirk St., Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.401, adopting by reference NFPA 58.

187. LP-Gas 2711: Amerigas Propane, LP (License No. 09670) enforcement action regarding 7-Eleven #34098, 10550 Forest Hill Dr., Forest Hill, Tarrant County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.132.

188. LP-Gas 2718: Turista Propane LTD (License No. 13597) enforcement action regarding Turista Propane #10, 9621 State Hwy. 107, Mission, Hidalgo County, Texas. Violation of Tex. Nat. Res. Code §113.081(a)(4), 16 TAC §§9.20(c) and 9.401, adopting by reference NFPA 58.

189. LP-Gas 2720: Amerigas Propane, LP (License No. 09670) enforcement action regarding In and Out Food Mart, 1617 Missouri, Baytown, Harris County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.132.

190. LP-Gas 2730: Amerigas Propane, LP (License No. 09670) enforcement action regarding Harsco, 300 Ward Rd., Midlothian, Ellis County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§9.143(c)(4) and 9.143(e)(1).

191. LP-Gas 2731: Amerigas Propane, LP (License No. 09670) enforcement action regarding Cleburne Food Express, 3233 Cleburne Rd., Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.132.

192. LP-Gas 2736: Amerigas Propane, LP (License No. 09670) enforcement action regarding Intex, 1173 109th St., Grand Prairie, Tarrant County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.401, adopting by reference NFPA 58.

193. LP-Gas 2779: Roadrunner Energy, Inc. (License No. 00806) enforcement action regarding Roadrunner Energy, Inc., 2621 E. Main., Uvalde, Real County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.401, adopting by reference NFPA 58 §6.6.1.2.

194. LP-Gas 2787: Pinnacle Propane LLC (License No. 17801) enforcement action regarding Bonnie Plant Farm, S. CR 1135 N. of Hwy. 158, Midland, Midland County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§9.301, adopting by reference NFPA 54, and 9.401, adopting by reference NFPA 58.

195. LP-Gas 2793: Airmix Welding Supply (License No. NA) enforcement action regarding Airmix Welding Supply, 11420 Rojas, Ste. E, El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. Violation of Tex. Nat. Res. Code §113.081(a)(4).

196. LP-Gas 2798: Pinnacle Propane LLC (License No. 17801) enforcement action regarding Pinnacle Propane LLC, IH 35 at the Splashtown Exit, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.202(a).

197. LP-Gas 2808: Hino Gas Sales, Inc. (License No. 02198) enforcement action regarding Palm St. Pier, 204 W. Palm St., South Padre Island, Cameron County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.401.

198. LP-Gas 2815: John J. Fietsam (License No. 05031) enforcement action regarding Pal Lester (Holmes Food), 264 CR 196, Gonzales, Gonzales County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.401, adopting by reference NFPA 58 §6.4.5.5.

199. LP-Gas 2823: Nelson Propane Gas, Inc. (License No. 05637) enforcement action regarding Winters Oil Co., 1117 E. Tyler, Athens, Henderson County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.132.

200. LP-Gas 2824: Harvey's LP Gas, Inc. (License No. 04750) enforcement action regarding Equis Enterprises LLC, 105 E. 10th St., Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.142(1).


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Agency Name: Railroad Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 North Congress Avenue, Room 1-111, First Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000458
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Haley Cochran, Office of General Counsel, Railroad Commission of Texas, P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; 512-463-7149
Agenda: NOTICE OF MEETING
Part 7 of 7; Items 601 - 620

RAILROAD COMMISSION OF TEXAS

Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, the following matters will be taken up for discussion and/or decision by the Railroad Commission of Texas at the William B. Travis Building, 1701 North Congress, Room 1-111, First Floor, Austin, Texas, on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, commencing at 9:30 a.m.

Webcast. Commission open meetings are webcast and may be accessed from the Commission's home page at www.rrc.texas.gov by clicking on "Open Meetings" and then "webcast home page", or by going directly to http://www.adminmonitor.com/tx/rcc/.

Auxiliary Aids or Services for Persons with a Disability. Any individual with a disability who plans to attend this meeting and who requires auxiliary aids or services should notify the Commission as far in advance as possible so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Requests may be made to the Human Resources Department of the Railroad Commission of Texas by mail at P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; by telephone at (512) 463-6981 or TDD No. (512) 463-7284; by e-mail at ADA@rrc.texas.gov; or in person at 1701 North Congress Avenue, Suite 12-110, Austin, Texas.


OFFICE OF GENERAL COUNSEL

AGREED ENFORCEMENT ORDERS (13 items; numbers 601 - 613)

601. Damage Prevention 049516: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Kuykendahl Rd. (Alvin A. Klein Dr.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

602. Damage Prevention 049520: Wichita Valley Water Supply Corp. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(a), at 5650 FM 1206 (Love Rd.), Wichita Falls, Wichita County, Texas.

603. Damage Prevention 049527: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2342 Lidestone (Faucette), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

604. Damage Prevention 049528: Allen Loggins & Sons, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 106 E. Bremond Ave. (N. 1st St.), Lufkin, Angelina County, Texas.

605. Damage Prevention 049530: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1508 N. Thompson St., Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas.

606. Damage Prevention 049535: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 403 Oak Vista Dr., Friendswood, Galveston County, Texas.

607. Damage Prevention 049540: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Crockett (San Jacinto), Cleveland, Liberty County, Texas.

608. Damage Prevention 049545: Willbros T&D Services enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(b), at 2470 Ave. H (Corley), Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas.

609. Damage Prevention 049590: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 10106 Mariposa Green Ct., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

610. Damage Prevention 049621: The Holbrook Company, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 609 Dull Averitt St. (Owen), Athens, Henderson County, Texas.

611. Damage Prevention 049623: City of Carthage enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 300 Martin Ln. (Easy St.), Carthage, Panola County, Texas.

612. Damage Prevention 049627: All Texas Electrical enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 7382 Lewis Ln., Manvel, Brazoria County, Texas.

613. Damage Prevention 049660: Grady Crawford Const. Co., Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at Eastman Rd. (4th St.), Longview, Gregg County, Texas.


ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

EXECUTIVE OFFICE

614. Issues regarding operations in the Barnett, Eagle Ford, and other shale trends.

615. Issues related to the management and operation of the agency, and personnel matters.

OFFICE OF GENERAL COUNSEL

616. Pending and/or contemplated litigation, rulemakings, and other actions initiated by or involving the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Interior, U.S. Department of Transportation, and other federal agencies that may impact the State of Texas, including, but not limited to, the energy, pipeline, and natural resource industries.

617. Recommendation to request that the Office of Attorney General file a Petition for Review related to OSM's final Stream Protection rule, which was published in the Federal Register on December 20, 2016 (81 Fed. Reg. 93066-93445).

OIL AND GAS DIVISION

618. Oilfield Cleanup Program Quarterly Status Report, Fiscal Year 2017, 1st quarter.


EXECUTIVE SESSION


619. The Commission may enter in to closed Executive Session for discussion and consideration of items posted on this agenda notice which involve: (a) pending or contemplated litigation matters or settlement offers requiring consultation with or advice from the Commission's attorney, pursuant to Texas Government Code '551.071(1); (b) a matter in which the duty of the Commission's attorney to the Commission under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code, pursuant to Texas Government Code '551.071(2); (c) a negotiated contract for a prospective gift or donation to the State or to the Commission, pursuant to Texas Government Code '551.073; (d) personnel matters, including the appointment, employment, or dismissal of a public officer or employee, pursuant to Texas Government Code '551.074; (e) security matters related to the deployment of, or specific occasions for the implementation of, security personnel or devices, pursuant to Texas Government Code '551.076; or (f) other matters as permitted pursuant to Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. The Commission may reconvene following Executive Session for discussion of items considered in closed session and to take any final actions or vote on such matters in accordance with Texas Government Code '551.102.


PUBLIC INPUT

620. The Commission will provide an opportunity for general public input on any matter under the jurisdiction of the Commission, in accordance with the policy adopted on September 7, 2005.





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Agency Name: Railroad Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 North Congress Avenue, Room 1-111, First Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000455
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Haley Cochran, Office of General Counsel, Railroad Commission of Texas, P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; 512-463-7149
Agenda: NOTICE OF MEETING
Part 5 of 7; Items 401 - 500

RAILROAD COMMISSION OF TEXAS

Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, the following matters will be taken up for discussion and/or decision by the Railroad Commission of Texas at the William B. Travis Building, 1701 North Congress, Room 1-111, First Floor, Austin, Texas, on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, commencing at 9:30 a.m.

Webcast. Commission open meetings are webcast and may be accessed from the Commission's home page at www.rrc.texas.gov by clicking on "Open Meetings" and then "webcast home page", or by going directly to http://www.adminmonitor.com/tx/rcc/.

Auxiliary Aids or Services for Persons with a Disability. Any individual with a disability who plans to attend this meeting and who requires auxiliary aids or services should notify the Commission as far in advance as possible so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Requests may be made to the Human Resources Department of the Railroad Commission of Texas by mail at P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; by telephone at (512) 463-6981 or TDD No. (512) 463-7284; by e-mail at ADA@rrc.texas.gov; or in person at 1701 North Congress Avenue, Suite 12-110, Austin, Texas.


OFFICE OF GENERAL COUNSEL

AGREED ENFORCEMENT ORDERS (100 items; numbers 401 - 500)

401. Damage Prevention 048939: Scott Fennell, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 427 Winchester Dr. (Palomino Ln.), Celina, Collin County, Texas.

402. Damage Prevention 048943: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 16161 Chalfont Cir. (Preston Rd.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

403. Damage Prevention 048950: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2420 Northgate Dr. (Country Club Dr.), Irving, Dallas County, Texas.

404. Damage Prevention 048951: DCE Construction, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 8100 Sands Point (Burning Tree), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

405. Damage Prevention 048952: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 8100 Sands Point (Burning Tree), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

406. Damage Prevention 048953: Aries Fence Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 1903 Ray Shell Ct., Seabrook, Harris County, Texas.

407. Damage Prevention 048954: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1109 Jericho Ct. (Galilee), Keller, Tarrant County, Texas.

408. Damage Prevention 048957: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1230 City Line (Plano Rd.), Richardson, Collin County, Texas.

409. Damage Prevention 048958: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 21630 Roseville, Spring, Harris County, Texas.

410. Damage Prevention 048965: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3825 Market Pl. (Blake St.), Denton, Denton County, Texas.

411. Damage Prevention 048968: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3508 Golding Rd. (Carriage), Brownwood, Brown County, Texas.

412. Damage Prevention 048969: CoServ Gas, Ltd. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 820 Stacy (Hwy. 75), Allen, Collin County, Texas.

413. Damage Prevention 048970: Ferguson Construction Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at Andrews Hwy. (CR 21), Big Spring, Howard County, Texas.

414. Damage Prevention 048971: Aquaterra Outdoor Environments, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 6901 Traceland Dr. (Autumnwood Tr.), Plano, Denton County, Texas.

415. Damage Prevention 048972: City of Dallas Water Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(a), at 2523 Arizona Ave. (E. Elmore Ave.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

416. Damage Prevention 048973: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2306 Ramsey Ave. (E. Illinois), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

417. Damage Prevention 048977: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at El Dorado (Beamer), Friendswood, Harris County, Texas.

418. Damage Prevention 048979: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 6834 Napier Ln., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

419. Damage Prevention 048980: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2180 Marina Way (Seminole Dr.), League City, Galveston County, Texas.

420. Damage Prevention 048981: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 22750 Soaring Woods Ln., Porter, Montgomery County, Texas.

421. Damage Prevention 048984: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1920 Galveston St., Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

422. Damage Prevention 048985: R & D Burns Brothers, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 1600 W. Berry (8th), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

423. Damage Prevention 048986: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3115 S. Malinche (Cross St.), Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

424. Damage Prevention 048987: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 420 Skyline (Horizon), Murphy, Collin County, Texas.

425. Damage Prevention 048989: CoServ Gas, Ltd. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 8528 Pine Valley Dr. (Homestead Dr.), McKinney, Collin County, Texas.

426. Damage Prevention 048990: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2207 Smoke Rock (Bridgewater Dr.), Spring, Harris County, Texas.

427. Damage Prevention 048992: DCP Midstream, LP enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Hwy. 115 (N.E. 9601), Tarzan, Martin County, Texas.

428. Damage Prevention 049006: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 29551 N. Legends Bend Dr., Spring, Montgomery County, Texas.

429. Damage Prevention 049007: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1604 S. Henderson St. (W. Maddox Ave.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

430. Damage Prevention 049008: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1414 Randolph Dr. (Saturn Rd.), Garland, Dallas County, Texas.

431. Damage Prevention 049011: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Brantly Ave. (Chapman), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

432. Damage Prevention 049012: Atmos Energy, West Texas Division enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 305 S. Marshall St. (E. Indiana Ave.), Midland, Midland County, Texas.

433. Damage Prevention 049013: Cable Master Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 5251 Kendall Ridge Ln. (Harvest Chase), Sugar Land, Fort Bend County, Texas.

434. Damage Prevention 049014: Ameresco Mccarty Energy, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3708 Oates Rd. (Wallisville Rd.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

435. Damage Prevention 049016: M.T.W. Pipe Works enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 10123 Deerpark (Silvermoon), Missouri City, Fort Bend County, Texas.

436. Damage Prevention 049019: City of Keene Public Works enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 7 Blue Star Dr. (US Hwy. 67), Keene, Johnson County, Texas.

437. Damage Prevention 049025: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3511 Wood Estate, Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas.

438. Damage Prevention 049026: North Houston Pole Line enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(b), at 5011 Autumn Forest Dr. (Randon Rd.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

439. Damage Prevention 049027: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 5097 Wheeler, Lumberton, Hardin County, Texas.

440. Damage Prevention 049029: CoServ Gas, Ltd. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 8508 Pine Valley Dr. (Bellerive Dr.), McKinney, Collin County, Texas.

441. Damage Prevention 049030: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 5143 Bakers Ln. (Juniper), Haltom City, Tarrant County, Texas.

442. Damage Prevention 049032: D&R Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 823 Hurst St., Center, Shelby County, Texas.

443. Damage Prevention 049033: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 402 Clear Creek Dr. (Cardinal Rd.), Mansfield, Tarrant County, Texas.

444. Damage Prevention 049038: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3412 E. Broadway (Old Alvin Rd.), Pearland, Brazoria County, Texas.

445. Damage Prevention 049039: Redden Concrete enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 8007 Walnut Hill (N. Central Expy.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

446. Damage Prevention 049040: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 307 N. Capri Dr. (W. Ridge), Duncanville, Dallas County, Texas.

447. Damage Prevention 049041: HDD Solutions, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 11331 Del Monte Dr. (Woodlands Park Dr.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

448. Damage Prevention 049045: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 309 Wilshire Dr. (Sunset Dr.), Glenn Heights, Ellis County, Texas.

449. Damage Prevention 049046: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 801 N. Ave. X (Huffman), Snyder, Scurry County, Texas.

450. Damage Prevention 049047: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 633 Indian Trl., Hurst, Tarrant County, Texas.

451. Damage Prevention 049048: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Huffman Ave. (Hwy. 84), Snyder, Scurry County, Texas.

452. Damage Prevention 049051: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 128 Pecanwood Ct. (Scenic Lake Dr.), Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas.

453. Damage Prevention 049054: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3825 Topping St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

454. Damage Prevention 049058: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 6134 Hansford (Wilkins Crossing), Sugar Land, Fort Bend County, Texas.

455. Damage Prevention 049060: CoServ Gas, Ltd. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3917 Harrisburg Ln. (Ellicott Dr.), Celina, Collin County, Texas.

456. Damage Prevention 049063: City of Amarillo enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 2700 Garfield (S.E. 27th Ave.), Amarillo, Potter County, Texas.

457. Damage Prevention 049065: City of Corpus Christi Gas Dept. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1206 Cambridge Dr. (Shely St.), Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas.

458. Damage Prevention 049066: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Santa Maria Ave. (Grant St.), Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

459. Damage Prevention 049068: Atmos Energy, West Texas Division enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 313 S. Hancock Ave. (Pearl), Odessa, Ector County, Texas.

460. Damage Prevention 049069: JC Electric enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at Hwy. 207 (Hwy. 152), Ralls, Crosby County, Texas.

461. Damage Prevention 049070: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4520 Shackleford St. (Collin St.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

462. Damage Prevention 049072: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 17071 Applecross Ln., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

463. Damage Prevention 049076: Satellite Cable Construction, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 1204 Bravura Dr. (Dolente Dr.), Plano, Collin County, Texas.

464. Damage Prevention 049077: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1204 Bravura Dr. (Dolente Dr.), Plano, Collin County, Texas.

465. Damage Prevention 049082: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1405 San Jacinto (N. Judge Ely), Abilene, Taylor County, Texas.

466. Damage Prevention 049083: Underground Water Solutions enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 3101 Sunnylawn Cir. (Reicher Dr.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

467. Damage Prevention 049086: The Davey Tree Expert Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 3402 Sunset Blvd., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

468. Damage Prevention 049091: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2152 W. Northwest Hwy. (Loop 12), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

469. Damage Prevention 049094: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1100 Cadiz St. (Lamar), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

470. Damage Prevention 049096: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 100 E. Grand (Wilson), Borger, Hutchinson County, Texas.

471. Damage Prevention 049100: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1700 Normal Park Dr., Huntsville, Walker County, Texas.

472. Damage Prevention 049103: City of Midland enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 4108 Radcliff (Greenbriar), Midland, Midland County, Texas.

473. Damage Prevention 049104: Atmos Energy, West Texas Division enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4108 Radcliff (Greenbriar), Midland, Midland County, Texas.

474. Damage Prevention 049109: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at S. Ferguson Ave. (S.E. 3rd St.), Kerens, Navarro County, Texas.

475. Damage Prevention 049112: CoServ Gas, Ltd. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.8(a), at Pine Valley Dr. (Homestead Dr.), McKinney, Collin County, Texas.

476. Damage Prevention 049113: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1306 M Ave. (14th St.), Plano, Collin County, Texas.

477. Damage Prevention 049114: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2270 Bella Vista Dr. (23rd St. S.E.), Paris, Lamar County, Texas.

478. Damage Prevention 049119: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 648 Terrace St. (Bridge St.), Coppell, Dallas County, Texas.

479. Damage Prevention 049121: Circle C Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(e), at 2909 Freddie St. (Fitzhugh), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

480. Damage Prevention 049127: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 403 Rodgers (Straughter), Willis, Montgomery County, Texas.

481. Damage Prevention 049128: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 134 Memory Ln., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

482. Damage Prevention 049133: Nelson Lewis, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(a), at Boot Ranch Dr., Fredericksburg, Gillespie County, Texas.

483. Damage Prevention 049134: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4402 Stonewall St. (Pollard St.), Greenville, Hunt County, Texas.

484. Damage Prevention 049139: SLSCO Landscaping, Ltd. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 2811 Hayes Rd., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

485. Damage Prevention 049140: Southern Mechanical Plumbing, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at 5005 Samuel Blvd. (Big Town Blvd.), Mesquite, Dallas County, Texas.

486. Damage Prevention 049141: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at FM 94 (FM 2042), Tell, Childress County, Texas.

487. Damage Prevention 049143: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 6644 Spring Valley Rd. (Hillcrest), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

488. Damage Prevention 049145: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 9966 Chimney Swift (Lark Bunting), Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas.

489. Damage Prevention 049148: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 703 Idlewild (Vincent), Brownwood, Brown County, Texas.

490. Damage Prevention 049149: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4324 Hanley Ln., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

491. Damage Prevention 049156: Atmos Energy, West Texas Division enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1025 E. 95th (Sagebrush), Odessa, Ector County, Texas.

492. Damage Prevention 049157: ARS Plumbing enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 23915 Hunter Spring, Spring, Harris County, Texas.

493. Damage Prevention 049158: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 23915 Hunter Spring, Spring, Harris County, Texas.

494. Damage Prevention 049159: City of Lockhart enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 750 Silent Valley Rd. #66 (Kiowa Trl.), Lockhart, Caldwell County, Texas.

495. Damage Prevention 049162: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 20700 Normandy Forest, Spring, Harris County, Texas.

496. Damage Prevention 049166: Rumsey Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 2150 Dalford St. (Bird St.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

497. Damage Prevention 049167: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2150 Dalford St. (Bird St.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

498. Damage Prevention 049169: CoServ Gas, Ltd. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Dallas Parkway (Main), Frisco, Denton County, Texas.

499. Damage Prevention 049171: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1302 S. Medora St. (University), Terrell, Kaufman County, Texas.

500. Damage Prevention 049173: Bird Electric Enterprises, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(a), at 2831 Private Rd. (I-20 W. Frontage Rd.), Stanton, Martin County, Texas.


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Agency Name: Railroad Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 North Congress Avenue, Room 1-111, First Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000454
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Haley Cochran, Office of General Counsel, Railroad Commission of Texas, P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; 512-463-7149
Agenda: NOTICE OF MEETING
Part 4 of 7; Items 301 - 400

RAILROAD COMMISSION OF TEXAS

Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, the following matters will be taken up for discussion and/or decision by the Railroad Commission of Texas at the William B. Travis Building, 1701 North Congress, Room 1-111, First Floor, Austin, Texas, on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, commencing at 9:30 a.m.

Webcast. Commission open meetings are webcast and may be accessed from the Commission's home page at www.rrc.texas.gov by clicking on "Open Meetings" and then "webcast home page", or by going directly to http://www.adminmonitor.com/tx/rcc/.

Auxiliary Aids or Services for Persons with a Disability. Any individual with a disability who plans to attend this meeting and who requires auxiliary aids or services should notify the Commission as far in advance as possible so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Requests may be made to the Human Resources Department of the Railroad Commission of Texas by mail at P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; by telephone at (512) 463-6981 or TDD No. (512) 463-7284; by e-mail at ADA@rrc.texas.gov; or in person at 1701 North Congress Avenue, Suite 12-110, Austin, Texas.


OFFICE OF GENERAL COUNSEL

AGREED ENFORCEMENT ORDERS (100 items; numbers 301 - 400)

301. Damage Prevention 048635: Central Backhoe Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.4(b) and 18.11(b), at 10319 Huebner Rd. #100 (Research), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

302. Damage Prevention 048639: Dakota Utility Contractors enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 3701 Belt Line Rd. (Marsh Ln.), Addison, Dallas County, Texas.

303. Damage Prevention 048643: Midasco, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 202 N. Esplanade (W. Church), Cuero, De Witt County, Texas.

304. Damage Prevention 048644: TexStar enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(a), at 10210 Matoca Way (Ember Glen Dr.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

305. Damage Prevention 048654: City of Mesquite enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 1503 S. Sam Houston Rd. (Liverpool), Mesquite, Dallas County, Texas.

306. Damage Prevention 048667: Rumsey Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 1810 Hickory St. (Chestnut St.), Commerce, Hunt County, Texas.

307. Damage Prevention 048669: Centerpoint Energy (Electric) enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 1900 N. Sam Houston Pkwy. E., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

308. Damage Prevention 048671: Stampede Plumbing, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 2620 Hailes (Etonbury), College Station, Brazos County, Texas.

309. Damage Prevention 048675: City of Arlington enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(e) and 18.11(b), at 106 W. Park Row Dr. (S. Center St.), Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas.

310. Damage Prevention 048676: Jordan Foster Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 414 Cupples Rd. (Rocco St.), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

311. Damage Prevention 048677: Santa Clara Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 4512 Bull Creek Rd. (W. 45th St.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

312. Damage Prevention 048678: City of Bridge City enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(b), at 157 Champagne (Texas Ave.), Bridge City, Orange County, Texas.

313. Damage Prevention 048682: San Antonio Water System enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(e), at 333 Laurelwood (Rosehill), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

314. Damage Prevention 048684: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4900 E. Rosedale St. (Amanda Ave.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

315. Damage Prevention 048687: Lynn Vessels Construction, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 114 Scott St., Gainesville, Cooke County, Texas.

316. Damage Prevention 048688: Centerpoint Energy (Electric) enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.4(b) and 18.11(b), at 218 Preston Ave., Pasadena, Harris County, Texas.

317. Damage Prevention 048692: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 651 Crosstimbers Rd. (Garden Ridge), Flower Mound, Denton County, Texas.

318. Damage Prevention 048694: City of Amarillo enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 2703 Spruce (S.E. 27th Ave.), Amarillo, Potter County, Texas.

319. Damage Prevention 048698: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1150 Fuller Dr. (Garland Rd.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

320. Damage Prevention 048702: B Comm Constructors, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 455 Pike Rd. (Urban Crest), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

321. Damage Prevention 048705: City of Fort Worth Water Dept enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 3916 Clarke Ave. (Belle Pl.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

322. Damage Prevention 048708: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Sam Rayburn Hwy. (Liberty Way), Melissa, Collin County, Texas.

323. Damage Prevention 048709: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3922 Loop Dr. (Indian Trl.), Temple, Bell County, Texas.

324. Damage Prevention 048711: Thomas Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 913 S. Louisiana (9th), Amarillo, Potter County, Texas.

325. Damage Prevention 048712: Warren Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(a), at 199 E. Baker St. (N. Prairieville), Athens, Henderson County, Texas.

326. Damage Prevention 048713: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1400 Century Dr. (Crescent Dr.), Carrollton, Dallas County, Texas.

327. Damage Prevention 048716: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 11433 Goodnight (Wisconsin St.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

328. Damage Prevention 048717: Entergy enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(a), at 3900 Taft (Terrell), Groves, Jefferson County, Texas.

329. Damage Prevention 048718: City of Laredo Utilities Department enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 1804 Zaragoza St., Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

330. Damage Prevention 048721: Webber, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 26400 Blk. FM 1093 (Westheimer Lake N. Dr.), Richmond, Fort Bend County, Texas.

331. Damage Prevention 048733: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 7301 Metro Center Dr. (Metlink Rd.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

332. Damage Prevention 048734: Atmos Energy, West Texas Division enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 6511 Garwood (Estacado), Amarillo, Randall County, Texas.

333. Damage Prevention 048741: Bright Excavation, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 222 Metro Dr. (Temtex Blvd.), Terrell, Kaufman County, Texas.

334. Damage Prevention 048748: City of Dallas Water Dept. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 905 Church St. (I-35 Frontage Rd.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

335. Damage Prevention 048749: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 5350 Amesbury Dr. (Village Bend Dr.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

336. Damage Prevention 048752: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1121 Lisa (Marion), Burkburnett, Wichita County, Texas.

337. Damage Prevention 048753: Circle C Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(e) and 18.11(b), at 809 Crescent St. (Alice St.), Denton, Denton County, Texas.

338. Damage Prevention 048757: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 111 Forest Ct. (N. Forest), Duncanville, Dallas County, Texas.

339. Damage Prevention 048760: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1801 Alexander Ave. (17th St.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

340. Damage Prevention 048762: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1000 Munson Ave. (Dominik Dr.), College Station, Brazos County, Texas.

341. Damage Prevention 048763: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 506 Cornell (Columbia Ave.), Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas.

342. Damage Prevention 048765: City of Garland enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 520 Main (Fifth), Garland, Dallas County, Texas.

343. Damage Prevention 048769: CPS Energy enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 5223 Blanco Rd. (Gilbert Ln.), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

344. Damage Prevention 048771: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4230 E. Rosedale St. (Coleman Ave.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

345. Damage Prevention 048772: CPS Energy enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 562 Singing Creek (Harmony Hills), Bulverde, Comal County, Texas.

346. Damage Prevention 048773: Lopez Fence enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 16325 Hillside Garden Ln. (Pilotbird Ln.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

347. Damage Prevention 048777: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 5300 Ascroft Ct. (Ponoma Trl.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

348. Damage Prevention 048785: SiEnergy, LP enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.8(a) and 18.11(a), at 100 Sienna Springs, Missouri City, Fort Bend County, Texas.

349. Damage Prevention 048787: Mabak Directional Drilling, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 601 S. Church St. (E. 1st St.), Prosper, Collin County, Texas.

350. Damage Prevention 048789: DMC Utility enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(e), 18.10(b), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 1006 Greenbriar (Green Tree), Duncanville, Dallas County, Texas.

351. Damage Prevention 048790: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 101 Leadville Way (Delta), McKinney, Collin County, Texas.

352. Damage Prevention 048795: Targa PL Mid-Cont WestTex, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Unnamed Rd. (Vat Rd.), Big Lake, Reagan County, Texas.

353. Damage Prevention 048796: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2742 Cayden Creek Way, Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas.

354. Damage Prevention 048798: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2700 Blk. of Bryan Ave. (Cantey), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

355. Damage Prevention 048805: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 255 S. Indiana (W. 3rd), Mercedes, Hidalgo County, Texas.

356. Damage Prevention 048807: Tony's Backhoe Service enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 8903 Highland Gate (Highland Trace), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

357. Damage Prevention 048810: Brookstone Homes enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 103 Cherrywood St., Bellaire, Harris County, Texas.

358. Damage Prevention 048811: Atmos Energy, West Texas Division enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4905 Oakwood Ct., Midland, Midland County, Texas.

359. Damage Prevention 048823: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 602 FM 2410 (Evergreen), Harker Heights, Bell County, Texas.

360. Damage Prevention 048824: E.B. Excavating enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 12411 Maurer Ranch Rd. (Massie Ranch), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

361. Damage Prevention 048825: TTG Utilities, LP enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 602 FM 2410 (Evergreen), Harker Heights, Bell County, Texas.

362. Damage Prevention 048827: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 3345 Broadway Blvd. (Colonel Dr.), Garland, Dallas County, Texas.

363. Damage Prevention 048829: Oncor Electric Delivery enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC§18.3(a), at 215 S. Dewey Ave. (E. Cherry), Sherman, Grayson County, Texas.

364. Damage Prevention 048830: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 122 E. Church (College), Weatherford, Parker County, Texas.

365. Damage Prevention 048832: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 16031 Chalfont Cir. (Preston Rd.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

366. Damage Prevention 048834: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4501 E. Rosedale (S. Hughes Ave.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

367. Damage Prevention 048838: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 30th N.W. (Bonham), Paris, Lamar County, Texas.

368. Damage Prevention 048839: Shark Cable Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.11(b) and 18.3(a), at 6780 Woodridge Dr., Lumberton, Hardin County, Texas.

369. Damage Prevention 048840: Bluebonnet Natural Gas, LLC enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.8(a) and 18.11(a), at 1911 Louisiana (Ave. C), Nome, Jefferson County, Texas.

370. Damage Prevention 048841: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 8309 Cimarron Trl. (Noble Ranch), Abilene, Taylor County, Texas.

371. Damage Prevention 048844: Atmos Energy, West Texas Division enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2120 W. 44th (Brazos), Odessa, Ector County, Texas.

372. Damage Prevention 048846: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 435 E. Woodland (Stewart), Collinsville, Grayson County, Texas.

373. Damage Prevention 048852: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1012 G Ave. (Southwestern Ave.), Plano, Collin County, Texas.

374. Damage Prevention 048874: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4703 Holly Tree (Cape Coral), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

375. Damage Prevention 048876: Service Electric of North Texas enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 965 Herschell St. (Oak Point Dr.), Allen, Collin County, Texas.

376. Damage Prevention 048878: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 225 Sun Valley (Sunset Blvd.), Hewitt, McLennan County, Texas.

377. Damage Prevention 048882: Grey Forest Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Woodridge Bluff (Cedar Path), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

378. Damage Prevention 048884: McMahon Contracting enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 1117 Capetown Dr., Grand Prairie, Dallas County, Texas.

379. Damage Prevention 048892: F&W Industries enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at Hwy. 176 (Hwy. 349), Andrews, Martin County, Texas.

380. Damage Prevention 048895: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2432 Berry Ct. (Trophy Dr.), Heath, Rockwall County, Texas.

381. Damage Prevention 048897: H & M Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.11(b) and 18.10(b), at 14923 Woodford St., Channelview, Harris County, Texas.

382. Damage Prevention 048898: AR Turnkee Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.3(a), at 1300 Wichman St. (E. 2nd St.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

383. Damage Prevention 048899: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 801 8th St. (Bois D'Arc St.), Honey Grove, Fannin County, Texas.

384. Damage Prevention 048900: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 719 Malta Ave. (Travis Ave.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

385. Damage Prevention 048902: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 7008 Garnet Mill Ln. (Cardinal Bloom Loop), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

386. Damage Prevention 048903: City of Longview enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at 1606 Houston (E. Culver Ave.), Longview, Gregg County, Texas.

387. Damage Prevention 048907: Centerpoint Energy (Electric) enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 2118 Glen Knoll Dr., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

388. Damage Prevention 048908: Centerpoint Energy (Electric) enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 7700 Blk. Maple Tree Dr., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

389. Damage Prevention 048909: AADS Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.3(e) and 18.11(b), at 1912 Romeria Dr. (Laird Dr.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

390. Damage Prevention 048920: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2912 Olympia Dr. (Paladium), Grand Prairie, Tarrant County, Texas.

391. Damage Prevention 048922: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2932 Olympia Dr. (Paladium), Grand Prairie, Tarrant County, Texas.

392. Damage Prevention 048927: Atmos Energy, West Texas Division enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 806 E. Carpenter (Caudle), Stanton, Martin County, Texas.

393. Damage Prevention 048928: JQ Brick Repairs enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 26 W. Shady Ln., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

394. Damage Prevention 048929: Stone Ridge Pipeline Integrity, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.10(b), at 9200 Hwy. 6, Houston, Harris County, Texas.

395. Damage Prevention 048932: Pure Utilities, L.C. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Anna Dr. (Peacock Ln.), Blanchard, Polk County, Texas.

396. Damage Prevention 048933: H & M Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.10(b), at 11222 Katy Fwy., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

397. Damage Prevention 048934: Entergy enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(g), at 1685 W. Sage (Meadow Run), Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas.

398. Damage Prevention 048935: Tiseo Paving enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.11(b) and 18.3(e), at 2630 Old Denton Rd. (Trinity Mills), Carrollton, Dallas County, Texas.

399. Damage Prevention 048937: City of Grand Prairie Water Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(g), at 2306 Ed Smith Ct. (Wildwood), Grand Prairie, Tarrant County, Texas.

400. Damage Prevention 048938: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1205 Dandelion Dr. (Goldenrod), Garland, Dallas County, Texas.


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Insurance
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Room 100
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000384
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: lauren.judge@tdi.texas.gov, 512-676-6793
Agenda: The Texas Department of Insurance has scheduled a stakeholder meeting to discuss comments on the informal working draft rule on loss control information and services. The deadline for written comments on the informal working draft was December 6, 2016.

Members of the public and interested stakeholders who are unable to attend in person may participate via teleconference or listen via webcast, but please inform Lauren Judge at lauren.judge@tdi.texas.gov by Friday, January 20, 2017, if you plan to call in.

To call in:

Phone number: 1-877-226-9790
Access code: 6749610
(Press # to enter teleconference. The conference call capability is limited to 50 participants.)

To listen to the webcast, view the agenda and informal working draft of the rule, visit TDI's website at www.tdi.texas.gov/alert/event/index.html

Thank you for your interest in and assistance with this process. We would like to remind all participants to limit their discussions and actions during the meeting to the informal working draft rule on loss control information and services. Please do not:
• discuss or pursue the business interests of individual insurers, agents, or others;
• discuss or make agreements to restrain competition; or
• exchange information concerning individual company rates, coverages, market practices, claim settlement practices, and other competitive aspects of individual company operations.

Please be mindful of these restraints and alert us immediately if the discussion strays into any of the prohibited subject areas.


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Agency Name: Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 6134 US 290 Frontage Road
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000313
Submit Date: 01/11/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Gloria Darden Reed, Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, Post Office Box 13127, Austin, Texas 78711; 512/206-3221. 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, hearing impaired readers, large print, or Braille) are requested to contact Gloria Darden Reed at (512) 206-3221 (voice), (512) 206-3259 (fax), or (512) 206-3270 (TDD), at least three work days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
Agenda: 1) Call to Order; 2) Approval of Commission Meeting Minutes of November 17, 2016; 3) Commission Report: Executive Director and Agency Activities, Budget Issues, Staff Achievements, Legislative Activities; 4) Recognition of TABC Promotional Employees – John Reney, Chief of Ports of Entry; Sonia Salinas, Lieutenant - Region 4; Tana Travis, Regional Supervisor, Licensing Division; 5) Recognition of TABC Service Award Recipients (Enforcement Division, Audit & Investigations, Ports of Entry, Licensing Division, Business Services Division); 6) Reception Honoring TABC Promotional and Service Award Recipients; 7) CY 2017 Rule Review Plan Update; 8)Enforcement Division Update; 9) Human Resources Division Update; 10) Adopt Amendments to Rule §45.85, Approval of Labels; 11) Approve Publication of Proposed Amendments to Rule §35.21, Assist Defined; 12) Approve Publication of Proposed Amendments to Rule §45.107, Alcoholic Beverages Utilized for Cooking Purposes at On-Premise Locations; 13) Approve Publication of Proposed Amendments to Rule §45.80, Net Contents; 14) Executive Session to Consult with Legal Counsel Regarding Pending and Anticipated Litigation Against the Agency and to Deliberate on the Appointment, Employment, Evaluation and Duties of the Positions of Executive Director, General Counsel (Government Code §551.071, §551.074 and Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code §5.11); 15) Action on Items Discussed in Executive Session; 16) Public Comments; 17) Next Meeting Date: Tuesday, March 28, 2017; 18) Adjourn. [Note: Items may not necessarily be considered in the order they appear on the agenda; executive session for advice of Counsel may be called regarding any agenda item (pursuant to §551.071 of the Government Code); action may be taken on any agenda item.]





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Agency Name: State Securities Board
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 208 E. 10th Street, Room 320
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000390
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: John Morgan, Securities Commissioner, 208 E. 10th Street, Austin, Texas 78701, (512) 305-8301
Agenda: 1. Minutes of September 19, 2016, Board Meeting; Consider excused absence.

2. Rules.

A. Published Rule Proposal. Amendment to §109.7(e), concerning secondary trading exemption under the Texas Securities Act, Section 5.O, to define "recognized securities manual."

B. New Rule Proposal. Amendment to §139.25(f), concerning intrastate crowdfunding exemption, to raise the maximum offering amount when a segregated account may be used in lieu of an escrow account.

3. Board approval of a grant from the Investor Protection Trust for investor education purposes.

4. Recommendation from the Board's Audit Committee relating to the selection of an internal auditor for the FY 2017 audit, possibly followed by a vote selecting the internal auditor for FY 2017; annual selection of Audit Committee members.

5. Confirm designation of the Deputy Securities Commissioner.

6. Legislative update.

7. Report on budget and performance.

8. General update on Agency operations from Securities Commissioner and Senior Staff.

9. Executive Session to conduct a performance review of the Securities Commissioner.

10. Possible action on matters discussed in Executive Session.


Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Sonia Fergerson at (512) 305-8306 at least five business days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 515 Congress Avenue, Suite 1875
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000417
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Bart A. Boles, Executive Director 515 Congress Avenue, suite 1875 Austin, TX 78701 Tel: 800-982-6362
Agenda: Consideration and possible action on:
1) Approval of consent agenda;
2) Election of Officers and appointment of Committees Members;
3) Matters presented by the Texas Department of Insurance;
4) Quarterly report from the Executive Directors;
5) Report and recommendations from the Personnel Committee;
6) Report and recommendations from the Assessment/Investment Committee;
7) Executive Sessions;
8) Matters discussed in Executive Session;
9) Impaired/insolvent member insurer matters;
10) Corporate Governance;
11) Financial and accounting matters;
12) Confirmation of the next meeting date.


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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
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: 2017000558
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
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, January 24, 2017
9:00 a.m.
DOCKET 4

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 4 (Cases will be heard for Docket 4.)
Jennifer Turner

4. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Fair Housing Cases listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Docket 4 (No cases will be heard on Docket 4.)
Jennifer Turner

5. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Higher Level Appeals in Wage Claim Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Docket 4
Sherri Miller

6. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Higher Level Appeals in Unemployment Compensation Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Docket 4
Sherri Miller

7. Public Comment
Les Trobman

8. 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 of:
Arbor E & T LLC, d/b/a, Rescare Workforce Services vs. Workforce Solutions Lower Rio Grande, Inc., et al.;
Wanda A. Akorede v. Texas Department of Assistive Rehabilitative Services;
Breckenridge Enterprises, Ltd, et al v. TWC;
The Campbell Group, LLC and Crown Pine Timber 1, L.P. v. Tara Hoke;
James T. Chao v. DARS, et al.;
Cecilia Clinkscale v. TWC;
DARS v. U.S. Department of the Army, Fort Bliss;
In Re: Dickinson of San Antonio, Inc., Debtor;
FedEx Ground Package System, Inc. v. TWC, et al.;
G&A Outsourcing, Inc., et al. v. TWC;
Harris County Appraisal District v. Texas Workforce Commission, et al;
Keith Hill v. TWC and Clear Creek ISD;
Andre’nea King v. DARS-Texas Commission for the Blind;
Maria Patricia Macias v. TWC and Harlingen Consolidated ISD;
Eric Mahroum v. TWC;
Roland Marshall and Cantu Services, Inc. v. USA, et al;
Rodolfo Martinez v. TWC-CRD;
Joanne Stone v. TWC and Louisiana Department of Revenue;
Christopher Suarez v. DARS, et al.;
Tex-Fin, Inc. and Texas Workforce Commission v. Gustavo E. Ducharne;
TWC-CRD v. Ana and Michael Litofsky;
TWC-CRD v. OT Pebblebend Partners, L.P., et al.;
TWC-CRD v. One Towers Park Lane Cooperative Company;
TWC-CRD v. Teravista Community Association, Inc.;
TWC-CRD v. Wind River Management Corporation, et al.;
TWC-CRD v. Vaman Investments LLC, d/b/a Victoria Gardens;
TWC f/k/a DARS v. Dept. of Defense; US Army; US Air Force;
Texas Workforce Commission v. Maria Patricia Macias;
Shawn Webb v. DARS; and
Wichita County, Texas v. TWC and Julia White
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

9. The next Commission meeting is set for 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, January 31, 2017.

10. 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 4

TD-16-099-0716
TD-16-104-0616
TD-16-106-0716

Wage Claim Cases for Docket 4


15-051298-0
15-051671-4
15-056572-3
15-058274-1
15-058900-2
15-060504-0
15-060893-7
15-061257-8

Docket 4

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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
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: 2017000459
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Les Trobman, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street, Room 608 Austin, Texas 78778-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:
CONTINUATION OF THE JANUARY 24, 2017 COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA . . .

Docket 3

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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
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: 2017000456
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Les Trobman, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street, Room 608 Austin, Texas 78778-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:

TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION
TWC Building - Room 244
101 East 15th Street
Austin, Texas 78701-0001

COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
9:00 a.m.
DOCKETS 3 and 4

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 3 and 4 (Cases will be heard for Dockets 3 and 4.)
Jennifer Turner

4. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Fair Housing Cases listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Dockets 3 and 4 (No cases will be heard on Dockets 3 and 4.)
Jennifer Turner

5. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Higher Level Appeals in Wage Claim Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Dockets 3 and 4
Sherri Miller

6. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Higher Level Appeals in Unemployment Compensation Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Dockets 3 and 4
Sherri Miller

7. Public Comment
Les Trobman

8. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding the Acceptance of Pledges for Board Contract Year 2017 Child Care Matching Funds
Courtney Arbour and Angie Nelson-Wernli

9. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding the Estimated Unemployment Trust Fund Balance Pursuant to Texas Labor Code Section 204.061 and the Estimated Employment and Training Investment Holding Fund Balance Available for Transfer Pursuant to Texas Labor Code Section 204.123
Randy Townsend

10. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Fiscal Year 2017 Operating Budget, Funding Priorities, Staffing Levels, Performance Measures, Statewide Initiatives and Other Budget-Related Issues
Randy Townsend

11. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Local Workforce Development Area Performance Measures and Targets for Board Contract Years 2016 and 2017
Adam Leonard and David Johnson

12. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Implementation of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
Jason Vaden and Adam Leonard

13. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Statewide Initiatives Funded with Workforce Investment Opportunity Act (WIOA), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Adult Education Literacy (AEL), Childcare or Other State-Level Funds
Patricia Gonzalez and Clint Winters

14. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Issues Related to Impacts Resulting from Child Care Reauthorization
Patricia Gonzalez and Jason Vaden

15. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Approval of Products and Services Offered by Certified Community Rehabilitation Programs Under the Purchasing from People with Disabilities State-Use Program
Howard Joseph and Kelvin Moore

16. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Re-Certification of Community Rehabilitation Programs to Participate in the Purchasing from People with Disabilities State-Use Program
Kelvin Moore and Howard Joseph

17. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Approval of Local Workforce Development Board Nominees
John Fuller

18. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Submission of the Fiscal Year 2016 Texas Workforce Commission Annual Report to the Governor and the Legislature Pursuant to Texas Labor Code Section 301.065
Tom McCarty and Lisa Givens

19. 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

20. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Enacted, Proposed or Considered Federal Regulations, Executive Orders, or Federal or State Enacted or Proposed Legislation
Tom McCarty

21. 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 Agency’s Divisions
Larry Temple

22. 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 of:
Arbor E & T LLC, d/b/a, Rescare Workforce Services vs. Workforce Solutions Lower Rio Grande, Inc., et al.;
Wanda A. Akorede v. Texas Department of Assistive Rehabilitative Services;
Breckenridge Enterprises, Ltd, et al v. TWC;
The Campbell Group, LLC and Crown Pine Timber 1, L.P. v. Tara Hoke;
James T. Chao v. DARS, et al.;
Cecilia Clinkscale v. TWC;
DARS v. U.S. Department of the Army, Fort Bliss;
In Re: Dickinson of San Antonio, Inc., Debtor;
FedEx Ground Package System, Inc. v. TWC, et al.;
G&A Outsourcing, Inc., et al. v. TWC;
Harris County Appraisal District v. Texas Workforce Commission, et al;
Keith Hill v. TWC and Clear Creek ISD;
Andre’nea King v. DARS-Texas Commission for the Blind;
Maria Patricia Macias v. TWC and Harlingen Consolidated ISD;
Eric Mahroum v. TWC;
Roland Marshall and Cantu Services, Inc. v. USA, et al;
Rodolfo Martinez v. TWC-CRD;
Joanne Stone v. TWC and Louisiana Department of Revenue;
Christopher Suarez v. DARS, et al.;
Tex-Fin, Inc. and Texas Workforce Commission v. Gustavo E. Ducharne;
TWC-CRD v. Ana and Michael Litofsky;
TWC-CRD v. OT Pebblebend Partners, L.P., et al.;
TWC-CRD v. One Towers Park Lane Cooperative Company;
TWC-CRD v. Teravista Community Association, Inc.;
TWC-CRD v. Wind River Management Corporation, et al.;
TWC-CRD v. Vaman Investments LLC, d/b/a Victoria Gardens;
TWC f/k/a DARS v. Dept. of Defense; US Army; US Air Force;
Texas Workforce Commission v. Maria Patricia Macias;
Shawn Webb v. DARS; and
Wichita County, Texas v. TWC and Julia White
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

23. The next Commission meeting is set for 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, January 31, 2017.

24. 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 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 3

TD-15-098-0615
TD-16-107-0616
TD-16-117-0916


Special Hearings Tax Cases for Docket 4

TD-16-099-0716
TD-16-104-0616
TD-16-106-0716

Wage Claim Cases for Docket 2:
15-053426-7
15-055067-0
15-056204-0
15-057913-9
15-061260-8
15-061877-0


Wage Claim Cases for Docket 3:
15-056680-0
15-057127-8
15-057153-7
15-058543-0
15-058620-8
15-060221-1
15-060444-3
15-061494-5
15-061847-9
16-051506-6

Docket 2

MR 1209246-3
2008370-7
2008376-7
MR 2039426-5
2043873-4
2045555-2
MR 2048810-3
MR 2055065-3
MR 2058745-3
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Agency Name: Texas Department of Public Safety
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 6100 Guadalupe St., Building E, Criminal Law Enforcement Auditorium
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000381
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Leslie Stevens, Private Security Board Assistant (512) 424-7717. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services are requested to contact Leslie Stevens at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
Agenda: The Texas Private Security Board may convene in Executive Session on any agenda item if authorized by Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. Following Executive Session the Board will report and take action, if any, in Open Meeting. The Board may reopen any Agenda Item during the meeting.

Call to Order
9:00 A.M.

I. Approval of Minutes for Board Meeting held October 25, 2016

II. Quarterly Reports from Regulatory Services Division

III. Reports from Board Committees

a. Advisory Committee

b. Rules Committee

IV. Discussion and possible action regarding amendments to 37 TAC Section 35.26 - Reclassification and Assignment

V. Discussion and possible action regarding amendments to 37 TAC Section 35.161 - Continuing Education Requirements

VI. Discussion and possible action regarding amendments to 37 TAC Section 35.101 - Private Business Letter of Authority and Section 35.102 - Governmental Letter of Authority

VII. Public Comment

VIII. Executive Session as authorized under Texas Government Code, Section 551.071, if necessary.

IX. Administrative Hearings on Licensing and Disciplinary Contested Cases

X. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Certification Advisory Council
Status: Cancelled
Street Location: 1200 E. Anderson Lane Board Room
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000341
Submit Date: 01/12/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Cathie Maeyaert, Special Projects Director P.O. Box 12788; Austin, TX 78711 512.427.6527
Agenda: This meeting will be web-cast through the Coordinating Board’s website at: http://www.thecb.state.tx.us.


1. Welcome and introduction of CAC members

2. Consideration of Summary Notes from the November 4, 2016 meeting

3. Staff update on application for Certificate of Authority from Al-Huda University

4. Consideration of motion to postpone consideration of the application for Certificate of Authority from Al-Huda University until the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Certification Advisory Council

5. Consideration of the application for Certificate of Authority from MediSend Biomedical Equipment Technology School

6. Staff update on upcoming meeting dates, member terms and estimation of meeting costs

7. 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: The University of Texas System
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: UTES University Classroom, University of Texas Charter School, 2200 East 6th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000563
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Melissa Chavez, Associate Vice President and Executive Director of the UT Charter School System, University of Texas Elementary Charter School, 2200 E. 6th St., Austin, TX 78702, The University of Texas at Austin, Telephone: 512/471-5652; e-mail: m.m.chavez@austin.utexas.edu
Agenda: COMPLETE AGENDA:
Notice is hereby given that on the 24th day of January 2017, the Management Board of the University of Texas Elementary School will hold a 2015-2016 Texas Academic Performance Report Public Hearing at 8:30 a.m. at the UT Elementary School, 2200 East 6th Street, Austin, Texas, 78702 followed by the regular board meeting. The subjects to be discussed, considered, or upon which any formal action may be taken are as listed below. Please note that the sequence of items given in the posting is only approximate and that the order of individual items may be adjusted as necessary.
1. Call to Order and Establish Quorum
2. Public Hearing on the Texas Academic Performance Report
a. 2015-2016 Texas Academic Performance Report
b. Public comments on the Report
c. Adjournment of Public Hearing
3. Begin Regular Board Meeting
4. Approval of minutes from November 11, 2016 meeting
5. Chair's Report
6. Associate Vice President's Report
7. Facilities Report
8. Strategic Planning Committee Report
9. Finance Report
10. Development Report
11. Nominating Committee Report
12. Education and Research Committee Report
13. Adjourn
Meeting Accessibility: Meeting Accessibility: Meetings of the UTES Management Board are open to the public except for any posted executive session held in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons interested in attending these meetings and desiring communication or other special accommodations should contact the U.T. 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).

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


Kristy Orr
Senior Associate General Counsel to the Board of Regents
The University of Texas System
512/499-4409
January 19, 2017



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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Perinatal Advisory Council
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: 2017000177
Submit Date: 01/09/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to David Williams, Council Coordinator, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-380-4374, or david.williams@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:

Perinatal Advisory Council

January 24, 2017
10:30 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. Approval of the minutes (Meeting on November 28, 2016)
4. Updates from Subcommittee on Center of Excellence for Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy*
5. Updates from Perinatal Advisory Council Chair*
6. Discussion on Maternal Levels of Care*
7. Lunch
8. Continue discussion on Maternal Levels of Care*
9. Updates from Department of State Health Services*
10. Public comment
11. Announce dates, times, and locations of 2017 meetings
12. Adjourn

*Public comment will be taken on this agenda item.


Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to David Williams, Council Coordinator, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-380-4374, or david.williams@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 Williams at 512-380-4374 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: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Veterans Communication Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Stephen F. Austin Building, 1700 N. Congress Ave., Room 800I
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000380
Submit Date: 01/12/2017
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 July 12, 2016.
V. Introduction of Committee members.
VI. Review of administrative rules and requirements of the Committee.
VII. Election of Chairman and Vice Chairman.
VIII. Review and discussion of 2016 Texas Veterans Commission Excellence in Media Awards entries and how we can better advertise them in the future.
IX. Selection of award winners.
X. Discussion regarding future Veterans outreach and upcoming events.
XI. Discussion regarding needs for underserved Veterans and how TVC can reach them.
XII. Reports regarding legislative activity and possible legislative priorities for the Texas Veterans Commission.
XIII. Updates from the TVC Communications Staff.
XIV. Discussion on agenda items for the next Committee meeting.
XV. Discussion to set date, time, and location of future Committee meetings.
XVI. Adjournment.

Those individuals or organizations wishing to address the Committee with 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, 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: Central Texas Water Supply Corporation
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 07:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 4020 Lakecliff Drive
City Location: Harker Heights
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000533
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lee Kelley, General Manager, 254-698-2779
Agenda: NOTICE OF A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
CENTRAL TEXAS WATER SUPPLY CORPORATION (CTWSC)
4020 LAKECLIFF DRIVE
HARKER HEIGHTS, TX. 76548-8607

Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Board of Directors of CTWSC will be held on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, at 7:00 p.m., in the conference room of Central Texas Water Supply Corporation, 4020 Lakecliff Drive, Harker Heights, Texas 76548-8607.
NOTICE OF MEETING POSTED
Notice of Meeting was posted on the bulletin board of Central Texas Water Supply Corporation, at 4020 Lakecliff Drive, Harker Heights, Texas, 76548-8607, at a place readily accessible to the general public at all times, at the Bell County Courthouse Annex, and with the State of Texas Register, on January 18, 2017 at 3:10 p.m.
AGENDA
ANNOUNCEMENTS Presiding Officer
CALL TO ORDER Presiding Officer
ROLL CALL OF DIRECTORS Presiding Officer
QUORUM ANNOUNCED Presiding Officer
OPEN FORUM Presiding Officer

MINUTES
Discussion and/or possible action concerning: Secretary/Treasurer
Approval of minutes of monthly meeting held November 29, 2016
No Quorum at December 16, 2016 meeting

FINANCIAL
Discussion, acknowledgement and/or possible action concerning: Presiding Officer
Acknowledgment of November 2016 Financials, Balance Sheet,
Statement of Financial Activities, Additional Financial Activities,
Statement of Financial Activities vs. Actual Reports and Operating Account Check Register;
December 2016 Financials, Balance Sheet, Statement of Financial Activities, Additional Financial
Activities, Statement of Financial Activities vs. Actual Reports, Operating Account Check Register,
Cash Flow Report, TWC Quarterly Report, IRS Forms 940 & 941 and Forms 1096 and W-3

GENERAL MANAGER REPORT
Water Usage, Meter Readings, Prominent Activities Report, Lake Level Report, Nitrification General Manager
Plan, Sludge Management, TCEQ Enforcement action for violations, BRA Rate Increase letter,
2016 Water Loss and TRWA Water Law Seminar information

ENGINEER REPORT Engineer
Update on projects

UNFINISHED BUSINESS AND GENERAL ORDERS I. Discussion and/or possible action concerning: President
Groundwater updates/Drinking Water Project General Manager

NEW BUSINESS
I. Discussion and/or possible action concerning: President
Alsay Incorporated of San Antonio, Texas General Manager
Liquidated damages for failure to complete Contract No. 3
Water Well No. 2 at System Split Pump Station Site on time


COMMITTEE REPORTS
AUDIT COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
BY-LAWS COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
FINANCIAL & BUDGET COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson FUTURE GROWTH COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson INVESTMENT COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
PERSONNEL COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson PRESIDENT’S REPORT Chairperson

ADJOURN

____________________________
Marianne Sterling, Secretary


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Agency Name: Alamo WorkSource
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS ALAMO AUDIT AND FINANCE COMMITTEE
Status: Active
Street Location: 115 E. TRAVIS
City Location: SAN ANTONIO
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000534
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: CYNTHIA C. FARIAS (210)272-3250
Agenda: AUDIT AND FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
Workforce Solutions Alamo
115 E. Travis, Basement Conference Room
San Antonio, TX 78205
January 24, 2017
8:30 a.m.

AGENDA
Agenda items may not be considered in the order they appear.

Citizens may appear before the Board during Public Comment to speak for or against any item on the agenda, in accordance with procedural rules governing meetings. Speakers are limited to three (3) minutes on one (1) topic. Questions relating to these rules may be directed to the Office of the Chief Executive Officer at (210) 272-3250.

EXECUTIVE SESSION: Pursuant to Chapter 551 of the Texas Open Meetings Act (Tex. Gov’t Code), the Board may recess into Executive Session for discussion on any issue for which there is an exception to the Act set out in Section 551.071 et. Seq.

I. Call to Order and Quorum Determination - Chair Lopez
II. Declarations of Conflict of Interest - Chair Lopez
III. Public Comment - Chair Lopez
IV. Roles and Responsibilities of the Audit and Finance Committee - Chair Lopez
V. Review, Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding Policy on Budget Changes - Chair Lopez

VI. Review, Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding Financial Reports – Format, Level of Detail, Frequency, Distribution - Chair Lopez
VII. Update on Financial Status of Workforce Solutions Alamo - Tom Hall
VIII. 2015 Audit Update – Revised Management Letter - Tom Hall
IX. 2017 Meeting Schedule - Chair Lopez
X. New Business - Chair Lopez
XI. Adjournment - Chair Lopez

Workforce Solutions Alamo is an equal opportunity employer/program. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids, services, or special accommodations should contact Cynthia Farias at (210) 272-3250 at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Relay Texas: 1-800-735-2969 (TDD) or 711 (Voice).


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Agency Name: Andrews Center
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Status: Active
Street Location: 2323 W. FRONT STREET
City Location: TYLER
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000516
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: 2323 W. FRONT STREET, TYLER, TX 75702
Agenda: ANDREWS CENTER
BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

January 24, 2017
2:30 p.m.
2323 West Front Street, Tyler, Texas
Board Room


- AGENDA –


I. QUORUM

II. Chairman’s Reports
A. Tenure Recognitions
B. Approval of December 6, 2016 Minutes

III. Chief Financial Officer’s Reports
A. Acceptance of Andrews Center’s FY2016 Financial Audit B. Acceptance of November/December Financial Report
C. Acceptance of November/December Treasurer’s Reports
D. Acceptance of Quarterly Investment Report
E. Acceptance of Contribution Report

IV. Chief Executive Officer’s Report
A. Approve Policy NN - Internet and E-mail Usage
B. Approve Policy J - Confidentiality and Security of Medical Records
C. Approve Contracts Over $10,000

V. Executive Session (in compliance with Government Code, Subchapter D,
Section 551.074: Personnel Matters)
A. Review of Nov. and Dec. 2016 Workforce Report B. Review of Nov. and Dec. 2016 Personnel Report

VI. Acceptance of Workforce and Personnel Reports

VIII. Adjournment







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Agency Name: Blanco County Central Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 615 N Nugent Ave
City Location: Johnson City
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000550
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Amy Hulburt, info@blancocad.com, 830-868-4013 / fax 830-868-7330
Agenda:
1.Call to Order
2.Roll Call & Recognition of Quorum
3.Review Quarterly Monthly Meeting Minutes 12-12-16
4.Review Year End Financial Reports
5.Discussion and possible action regarding Board Member email addresses
6.Open records request update, information only
7.Discussion and possible action regarding meeting agendas and minutes on the website
8.Discussion and possible action on budget amendment
9.Appoint additional ARB members
10.Chief Appraisers Report – Looking ahead in 2017
11.Public Forum
12.Adjourn


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Agency Name: Central Counties Center for MHMR Services
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 05:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Central Counties for MHMR Serivces
Status: Active
Street Location: 304 S. 22nd Street
City Location: Temple
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000463
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Ray Helmcamp, Executive Director Phone: 254-298-7000 Fax: 254-298-7011
Agenda:
BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE
1. Call to Order
2. Approval and Acceptance of FY 2016 Financial Audit
3. Adjournment

REGULAR SESSION:
1. Call to Order
2. Introduction of Guests.
3. Review of Board Calendar.
4. Approval of December 6, 2016 Regular Session Meeting Minutes.
5. Citizens Comments
6. Board Committee Reports
7. Medical Committee
8. Personnel Committee
9. Finance Committee
10. Long Range Planning & Facility Committee
11. Personnel Matters
12. Review of Contracts
13. Current Board Member Appointments
14. Fiscal Matters
15. Budget and Finance Committee
16. Approval of FY17 Budget Adjustments
17. Review and Approval of FY 16 Financial Audits
18. Review and Approval of 1st Quarter Financial Statements- Form G
19. Review and Approval of 1st Quarter Investment Report
20. Financial Report
21. Special Reports
22. Mental Health Update
23. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Update
24. Early Childhood Intervention Update
25. Revisions to the PNAC Structure
26. QM Project for FY17 (1st Qtr.)
27. Old Business
28. Executive Directors Comments
29. Board of Trustee Comments/Meeting Effectiveness Feedback
30. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Central Counties Center for MHMR Services
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 05:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Central counties Center for MHMR Services
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 304 S. 22nd Street
City Location: Temple
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000429
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Ray Helmcamp, Executive Director Phone: 254-298-7000 Fax: 254-298-7111
Agenda: BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE
1. Call to Order
2. Approval and Acceptance of FY 2016 Financial Audit
3. Adjournment

REGULAR SESSION:
1.Call to Order
2.Introduction of Guests.
3.Review of Board Calendar.
4.Approval of December 6, 2016 Regular Session Meeting Minutes.
5.Citizens Comments
6.Board Committee Reports
7.Medical Committee
8.Personnel Committee
9.Finance Committee
10.Long Range Planning & Facility Committee
11.Personnel Matters
12.Review of Contracts
13.Current Board Member Appointments
14.Fiscal Matters
15.Budget and Finance Committee
16.Approval of FY17 Budget Adjustments
17.Review and Approval of FY 16 Financial Audits
18.Review and Approval of 1st Quarter Financial Statements- Form G
19.Review and Approval of 1st Quarter Investment Report
20.Financial Report
21.Special Reports
22.Old Business
23.Executive Directors Comments
24.Board of Trustee Comments/Meeting Effectiveness Feedback
25.Adjournment


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Agency Name: Gulf Bend Center
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 6502 Nursery Drive, Ste. 300
City Location: Victoria
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000584
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Melissa Garcia, Executive Administrative Assistant 361.582.2309 melissa5223@gulfbend.org
Agenda: 17.04.01. Invocation/Pledge of Allegiance/Quorum/Recognition of Guests

17.04.02. Citizens' Comments/Communication

17.04.03. Consideration of and/or Action to Approve Minutes of the
December 6, 2016 Meeting

17.04.04. Executive Director's Report
• Development Report
• Community Relations Report
• Jail Statistics Report
• EHR Update - Streamline

17.04.05. Receive update on Gulf Bend Community Collaborative Group and the draft proposal
titled “Mental Health Law Enforcement Officers and Case Workers for the Gulf Bend Region”

17.04.06 Presentation of (GFOA) Government Finance Officers Association
Award

17.04.07. Consideration of and/or Action to Accept Financial Reports, November/
December 2016, and Financial Statement Certifications for the Fiscal
Quarter Ending November 30, 2016

17.04.08. Consideration of and/or Action to Accept Investment Officer’s Report for
the Quarter Ending December 31, 2016

17.04.09. Consideration and/or Action to Approve the Center’s Corporate
Compliance Plan

17.04.10. Consideration and/or Action to Approve the Center’s Quality
Management Plan

17.04.11. Receive Update on Quality Management Dashboard

17.04.12. Routine Reports
• Woolson Real Estate Report, December 2016
• Human Resource Management Report, November/December 2016
• Risk Management Report, November/December 2016

17.04.13. Board Information and Training

17.04.14. Adjournment





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Agency Name: Lubbock Regional MHMR Center
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 517 N. Zenith
City Location: Lubbock
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000634
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Karen Smart; 806-766-0221
Agenda:







I. Call to Order - Carlos Morales
A. Chair Rules on Presence of Quorum
B. Public Comment - Public Comment will be limited to three (3) minutes for each citizen. A total of fifteen (15) minutes shall be allotted for this agenda item. Comments will be heard in the order in which they are registered until such time as the allotted comment period has expired. Those registered but not heard due to time constraints, will be given priority placement on the next meeting agenda.
C. Minutes of 12.6.16 Meeting

II. Customer Star Award – Jeanie Benitez

III. CEO Report – Cathy Pope
A. Lubbock Children’s Health Clinic Board Appointment
B. Texas PACE Association Chair Appointment
C. Jail-based Competency Pilot Status
D. Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) Update

IV. Services Pillar
A. Sunrise Canyon Hospital (SRCH) Amendment to SRCH Bylaws – Leonard Valderaz
B. Forensic Services – Lubbock County Detention Center (Jail) Stepping Up Initiative – Leonard Valderaz
C. Silver Star Update – Joanne Harwood

V. Finance Pillar
A. FY16 External Audit Report – Davis Kinard & Co. PC – Rebekah Scott
B. Audit Committee Report – Carlos Morales
C. Current Financial Situation (December 2016 Financials) – Jason Cannaday
D. Investment Report – Jason Cannaday

VI. Community Pillar – Brandi Ivey
A. Community Activities
B. Center Activities
C. Upcoming Events

VII. Adjourn – Carlos Morales



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Agency Name: Canadian River Municipal Water Authority
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Finance and Budget Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 9875 Water Authority Road
City Location: Sanford
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000557
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kent Satterwhite, General Manager, 806-865-3325
Agenda: Place: Conference Call with Finance and Budget Committee
Note: a speakerphone will be available at CRMWA Headquarters for others wishing to attend



AGENDA


1.INTERIM CHARGES
Consider and possible action changing methodology in the budget process estimating the Cities interim charges

2.PUMPING, ENERGY & CHEMICAL (PEC)
a.Consider and possible action discontinuing PEC surcharges and instead include the funding of the reserves in the O&M budget process
b.Consider and possible action billing PEC based on actual costs

3.RESERVE FUNDS
Consider and possible action approving recommended changes to the Reserve Funds

4.CRMWA ACCOUNTING MANUAL
Consider and possible action approving noted changes to the Accounting Manual

5.ADJOURNMENT


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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Budget and Finance Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000620
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josefina Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214-749-3264
Agenda: Budget and Finance Committee Meeting
Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 4:30 p.m.
DART Conference Room C - 1st Floor
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, Texas 75202
(Estimated Meeting Time: 30 minutes)

1. Approval of Minutes: December 13, 2016
2. Call for Public Hearing and Approval of Submission of Fiscal Year 2017 Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Grant Application and Grant Amendments (Paul N. Wageman/David Leininger) [5 minutes]
3. *Review of DART’s Fare Structure (Paul N. Wageman/David Leininger) [20 minutes]
4. *Update on the Status of 1401 Pacific Space Utilization, Remodeling, and Relocation Options (Paul N. Wageman/David Leininger) [5 minutes]
5. Identification of Future Agenda Items
6. Adjournment


*This is a Briefing Item Only

The Budget and Finance Committee may go into Closed Session under the Texas Open Meetings Act, Section 551.071, Consultation with Attorney, for any legal issues, under Section 551.072 Deliberation Regarding Real Property for Real Estate issues, arising regarding any item listed on this Agenda.
This facility is wheelchair accessible. For accommodations for the hearing impaired, sign interpretation is available. Please contact Community Affairs at 214-749-2543, 48 hours in advance.

Chair – Paul N. Wageman
Vice Chair – Tim Hayden
Members – Amanda Moreno,
Mark Enoch, Pamela Dunlop Gates,
Jonathan R. Kelly, Michele Wong Krause,
Gary Slagel, and William Velasco
Staff Liaison – David Leininger


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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Planning Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000618
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josefina Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214-749-3264
Agenda: Planning Committee Meeting
Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 3:30 p.m.
DART Conference Room C - 1st Floor
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, Texas 75202
(Estimated Meeting Time: 50 minutes)

1. Approval of Minutes: December 13, 2016
2. Approval of an Interlocal Agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to Receive State and Federal Funding for FY 2017 511DFW Operation (Amanda Moreno/Tim McKay) [10 minutes]
3. *Briefing on the All-Subway, Second CBD Light Rail Alignment (D2) Project Status (Amanda Moreno/Tim McKay) [20 minutes]
4. *Briefing on the 2040 Transit System Plan (Amanda Moreno/Tim McKay) [20 minutes]
5. Identification of Future Agenda Items
6. Adjournment

*This is a Briefing Item Only
The Planning Committee may go into Closed Session under the Texas Open Meetings Act, Section 551.071, Consultation with Attorney, for any legal issues, or under Section 551.072, Deliberation Regarding Real Property for real estate issues arising regarding any item listed on this Agenda.
This facility is wheelchair accessible. For accommodations for the hearing impaired, sign interpretation is available. Please contact Community Affairs at 214-749-2543, 48 hours in advance.
Chair – Amanda Moreno,
Vice Chair – Richard Carrizales
Members – Sue S. Bauman,
Jonathan R. Kelly, Michele Wong Krause,
Rick Stopfer, Gary Slagel, Pamela Dunlop Gates,
William Velasco, and Paul N. Wageman
Staff Liaison – Tim McKay


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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Rail Program Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000616
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josefina Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214-749-3264
Agenda: Rail Program Committee Meeting
Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 2:00 p.m.
DART Conference Room C - 1st Floor
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, Texas 75202
(Estimated Meeting Time: 25 minutes)


1. Approval of Minutes: December 13, 2016
2. Amendment to DART Board Policy I.07, Contract Modification Authority and Supplemental Work Contingencies (Gary Slagel/Tim McKay)
[5 minutes]
3. Contracts for Professional Environmental Response Services
(Gary Slagel/Tim McKay) [10 minutes]
4. *Briefing on Proposed Contracting Approach and Contracting Opportunity for Upcoming DART Light Rail, Commuter Rail, and Streetcar Projects (Gary Slagel/Tim McKay) [10 minutes]
5. Identification of Future Agenda Items
6. Adjournment

*This is a Briefing Item Only

The Rail Program Committee may go into Closed Session under the Texas Open Meetings Act, Section 551.071, Consultation with Attorney, for any legal issues, or under Section 551.072, Deliberation Regarding Real Property for real estate issues arising regarding any item listed on this Agenda.

This facility is wheelchair accessible. For accommodations for the hearing impaired, sign interpretation is available. Please contact Community Affairs at 214-749-2543, 48 hours in advance.


Chair – Gary Slagel
Vice Chair – Rick Stopfer
Members – Richard Carrizales, Amanda Moreno,
Pamela Dunlop Gates, Tim Hayden,
Michele Wong Krause, and Paul N. Wageman
Staff Liaison – Tim McKay


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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 05:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Committee-of-the-Whole
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000621
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josefina Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214-749-3264
Agenda: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
COMMITTEE-OF-THE-WHOLE
Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 5:30 P.M. - Conference Room C
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, TX 75202
________________________________________
General Items:
1. Approval of Minutes: January 10, 2017
Items for Final Committee Consideration:
2. +Approval to Amend Agreement Among the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Bus Service, LGC, the City of Mesquite, and STAR Transit to Provide Planning Services and to Amend the FY 2017 LGC Budget to Include These Planning Services
(DART Bus Service LGC – Faye Moses Wilkins) [15 minutes]
3. Approval of Contract for Occupational Health Services
(Administrative – Jerry Christian/David Leininger) [5 minutes]@
4. Contract Option for Miscellaneous Kinkisharyo Light Rail Vehicle Parts
(Operations, Safety & Security – Richard Carrizales/Carol Wise) [5 minutes]@
5. Contract for a Trapeze Test Environment
(Operations, Safety & Security – Richard Carrizales/Carol Wise) [5 minutes]@
6. Contract for the Replacement of Light Rail System Local Control Panels (LCPs)
(Operations, Safety & Security – Richard Carrizales/Carol Wise) [5 minutes]@
7. Increase Contract Pool Value for the Comprehensive Professional Services (CPS) Contract (Rail Program – Gary Slagel/Tim McKay) [5 minutes]@
8. Call for Public Hearing on August 2017 Service Modifications
(Planning – Amanda Moreno/Tim McKay) [5 minutes]@
9. Approval of a Bus Access Agreement with Senior Center Resources and Public Transit of Hunt County (Planning – Amanda Moreno/Tim McKay) [5 minutes]@
10. Approval of Contracts for Bond Counsel Services, Disclosure Counsel Services, and
Other Legal Services Related to Finance Matters
(Budget and Finance – Paul N. Wageman/David Leininger) [5 minutes]@
Items for Initial Committee Consideration:
11. Contract for Light Rail Vehicle (LRV) Brake Disc Kits
(Operations, Safety & Security – Richard Carrizales/Carol Wise) [5 minutes]@
12. *Discussion of Consent Agenda (Faye Moses Wilkins) [5 minutes]
13. *Report on Outreach Efforts (Faye Moses Wilkins) [5 minutes]
Other Items:
14. Identification of Future Agenda Items
15. Adjournment

+Same Date Action Item for Approval by the Board of Directors
@ Unanimous Approval at Committee
*This is a Briefing Item Only
The Committee-of-the-Whole may go into Closed Session under the Texas Open Meetings Act, Section 551.071, Consultation with Attorney, for any Legal issues, under Section 551.072, Deliberation Regarding Real Property for Real Estate issues, or under Section 551.074 for Personnel matters, or under section 551.076, for deliberation regarding the deployment or implementation of Security Personnel or devices, arising regarding any item listed on this Agenda.
This facility is wheelchair accessible. For accommodations for the hearing impaired, sign interpretation is available. Please contact Community Affairs at 214-749-2543, 48 hours in advance.


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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Bylaws Ad Hoc Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000614
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josefina Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214-749-3264
Agenda: Bylaws Ad Hoc Committee Meeting
Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 12:00 p.m.
DART Conference Room B - 1st Floor
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, Texas 75202
(Estimated Meeting Time: 1 hour)

1. Approval of Minutes: January 10, 2017
2. *Discussion of Use of Certified Agenda
(Michele Wong Krause/Scott Carlson)
3. Discussion and Approval of Amendments to DART Board Rules of Procedure (Michele Wong Krause/Scott Carlson)
• Rule 5 Code of Ethical Conduct including Financial Disclosure Statement
• Rules 20.3, 20.4, 20.5 and 20.6
4. Discussion and Approval of Amendments to DART Code of Ethical Conduct including Financial Disclosure Statement
(Michele Wong Krause/Scott Carlson)
5. Identification of Future Agenda Items
6. Adjournment

*This is a Briefing Item Only
The Bylaws Ad Hoc Committee may go into Closed Session under the Texas Open Meetings Act, Section 551.071, Consultation with Attorney, for any legal issues arising regarding any item listed on this Agenda.
This facility is wheelchair accessible. For accommodations for the hearing impaired, sign interpretation is available. Please contact Community Affairs at 214-749-2543, 48 hours in advance.

Chair – Michele Wong Krause
Members – Amanda Moreno, Jonathan R. Kelly,
Tim Hayden, and Mark Enoch
Staff Liaison – Scott Carlson and David Schulze


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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000623
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josefina Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214-749-3264
Agenda: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
6:30 P.M. BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ MEETING
Tuesday, January 24, 2017 - Board Room
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, Texas 75202
General Items:
1. Approval of Minutes: January 10, 2017
2. CAC Report on the January 19, 2017 Meeting
3. PAAG Report and Most Valuable Driver Award
4. Public Comments
Items:
5. +Approval to Amend the Agreement Among the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Bus Service, LGC, the City of Mesquite, and STAR Transit to Provide Planning Services and to Amend the FY 2017 LGC Budget to Include These Planning Services (DART Bus Service LGC – Faye Moses Wilkins)
6. Approval of Contract for Occupational Health Services
(Administrative – Jerry Christian/David Leininger)
7. Contract Option for Miscellaneous Kinkisharyo Light Rail Vehicle Parts
(Operations, Safety & Security – Richard Carrizales/Carol Wise)
8. Contract for a Trapeze Test Environment
(Operations, Safety & Security – Richard Carrizales/Carol Wise)
9. Contract for the Replacement of Light Rail System Local Control Panels (LCPs)
(Operations, Safety & Security – Richard Carrizales/Carol Wise)
10. Increase Contract Pool Value for the Comprehensive Professional Services (CPS) Contract (Rail Program – Gary Slagel/Tim McKay)
11. Call for Public Hearing on August 2017 Service Modifications
(Planning – Amanda Moreno/Tim McKay)
12. Approval of a Bus Access Agreement with Senior Center Resources and Public Transit of Hunt County (Planning – Amanda Moreno/Tim McKay)
13. Approval of Contracts for Bond Counsel Services, Disclosure Counsel Services, and
Other Legal Services Related to Finance Matters
(Budget and Finance – Paul N. Wageman/David Leininger)
Other Items:
14. Public Comments
15. Adjournment


+Same Date Action Item for Approval by the Board of Directors
The Board of Directors may go into Closed Session under the Texas Open Meetings Act, Section 551.071, Consultation with Attorney, for any legal issues, under Section 551.072, Deliberation Regarding Real Property for real estate issues. or under Section 551.074 for Personnel matters, or under Section 551.076, for deliberation regarding deployment or implementation of Security Personnel or devices, arising regarding any item listed on this Agenda.
This facility is wheelchair accessible. For accommodations for the hearing impaired, sign interpretation is available. Please contact Community Affairs at 214-749-2543, 48 hours in advance.


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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Transit Oriented Development Commitee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000617
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josefina Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214-749-3264
Agenda: Transit Oriented Development Committee Meeting
Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 2:30 p.m.
DART Conference Room B - 1st Floor
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, Texas 75202
(Estimated Meeting Time: 30 minutes)

1. Approval of Minutes: December 13, 2016
2. *Briefing on Initial Industry Response to Request for Proposals and Next Steps for Mockingbird Station East (William Velasco/Tim McKay)
[30 minutes]
3. Identification of Future Agenda Items
4. Adjournment

*This is a Briefing Item Only
The Transit Oriented Development Committee may go into Closed Session under the Texas Open Meetings Act, Section 551.071, Consultation with Attorney, for any legal issues, or under Section 551.072, Deliberation Regarding Real Property for real estate issues arising regarding any item listed on this Agenda.
This facility is wheelchair accessible. For accommodations for the hearing impaired, sign interpretation is available. Please contact Community Affairs at 214-749-2543, 48 hours in advance.
Chair – William Velasco
Vice Chair – Pamela Dunlop Gates
Members – Sue S. Bauman,
Richard Carrizales, Amanda Moreno,
Rick Stopfer, Gary Slagel, and Paul N. Wageman
Staff Liaison – Tim McKay and Bob Strauss


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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Audit Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000615
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josefina Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214-749-3264
Agenda: Audit Committee Meeting
Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 1:00 p.m.
DART Conference Room B – 1st Floor
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, 75202
(Estimated Meeting Time: 1 hour and 5 minutes)

1. Approval of Minutes: November 15, 2016
2. FY 2016 External Financial Audit (Pamela Dunlop Gates/Al Bazis) [15 minutes]
3. *Briefing on Information Technology Security Update
(Pamela Dunlop Gates/Al Bazis) [10 minutes]
4. Approval of Commuter Rail – Herzog Contract Oversight Audit
(Pamela Dunlop Gates/Al Bazis) [10 minutes]
5. Approval of DART Operations Safety Audit (Pamela Dunlop Gates/Al Bazis)
[10 minutes]
6. *Briefing on Status of Fiscal Year 2017 Internal Audit Budget
(Pamela Dunlop Gates/Al Bazis) [5 minutes]
7. *Briefing on Status of Fiscal Year 2017 Internal Audit Plans
(Pamela Dunlop Gates/Al Bazis) [5 minutes]
8. *Briefing on Contract Audit Recoveries (Pamela Dunlop Gates/Al Bazis)
[5 minutes]
9. *Briefing on Quarterly Follow Up Report on Status of Prior Audit Report Action Items (Pamela Dunlop Gates/Al Bazis) [5 minutes]
10. Identification of Future Agenda Items
11. Adjournment

*This is a Briefing Item Only

The Audit Committee may go into Closed Session under the Texas Open Meetings Act, Section 551.071, Consultation with Attorney, for any legal issues, or under Section 551.074 for Personnel Matters arising regarding any item listed on this Agenda.

This facility is wheelchair accessible.  For accommodations for the hearing impaired, sign interpretation is available.  Please contact Community Affairs at 214-749-2543, 48 hours in advance.

Chair – Pamela Dunlop Gates
Vice Chair – Gary Slagel
Members – Mark Enoch, Jonathan R. Kelly,
Michele Wong Krause, and Rick Stopfer
Staff Liaison – Al Bazis


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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Dallas Area Rapid Transit Bus Service, LGC Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000613
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josefina Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214-749-3264
Agenda: Dallas Area Rapid Transit Bus Service, LGC
Board of Directors Meeting
Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 11:30 a.m.
DART Conference Room B – 1st Floor
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, 75202
(Estimated Meeting Time: 30 minutes)

1. Approval of Minutes: November 15, 2016
2. +Approval to Amend the Agreement Among the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Bus Service, LGC, the City of Mesquite, and STAR Transit to Provide Planning Services and to Amend the FY 2017 LGC Budget to Include These Planning Services [20 minutes]
3. Approval to Transfer to DART Funds Accumulated from October 2015 to September 2016 [5 minutes]
4. *FY 2016 Financial and Operating Performance Update as of
September 30, 2016 [5 minutes]
5. Identification of Future Agenda Items
6. Adjournment

*This is a Briefing Item Only
+Same Date Action Item for Approval by the Board of Directors
The Dallas Area Rapid Transit Bus Service, LGC may go into Closed Session under the Texas Open Meetings Act, Section 551.071, Consultation with Attorney, for any legal issues.
This facility is wheelchair accessible. For accommodations for the hearing impaired, sign interpretation is available. Please contact Community Affairs at 214-749-2543, 48 hours in advance.
Board
Chair – Faye Moses Wilkins
Vice Chair – Gary Thomas
Members – William Velasco, Jesse Oliver,
and David Leininger


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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:15 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Regional Rail Right-of-Way Company
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000612
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josefina Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214-749-3264
Agenda: Regional Rail Right-of-Way Company
Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 11:15 a.m.
DART Conference Room B – 1st Floor
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, Texas 75202



1. Approval of Minutes: November 15, 2016
2. Approval of Spectrum Manager Sublease Agreement with Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company for the Lease of Spectrum for the Regional Positive Train Control System [15 minutes]
3. Identification of Future Agenda Items
4. Adjournment


The Regional Rail Right-of-Way Company may go into Closed Session under the Texas Open Meetings Act, Section 551.071, Consultation with Attorney, for any legal issues, or under Section 551.072 for Real Estate issues, arising regarding any item listed on this Agenda.
This facility is wheelchair accessible. For accommodations for the hearing impaired, sign interpretation is available. Please contact Community Affairs at 214-749-2543, 48 hours in advance.


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Agency Name: Edwards Aquifer Authority
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Aquifer Management Planning Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 900 E. Quincy, San Antonio, TX 78215; EAA Board Room
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000562
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jim Boenig; 900 E. Quincy, San Antonio, TX 78215; (800) 292-1047
Agenda: A. Call to Order
B. Public Comment
C. Committee Reports
D. Individual Consideration
D.1 Consider EAA staff recommendation to approve an interlocal
cooperation contract with New Braunfels Utilities for the
development and use of an aquifer storage and recovery project.
E. Staff Reports
F. Closed Session
G. Consider and take action on recommendation(s) regarding matters
deliberated in closed session.
H. Consider future agendas
I. Adjournment.
J. Written Reports


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Agency Name: Edwards Aquifer Authority
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Finance/Administrative Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 900 E. Quincy, San Antonio, TX 78215; EAA Board Room
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000560
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Felix Marquez, 900 E. Quincy, San Antonio, TX 78215; (800) 292-1047
Agenda: A. Call to Order
B. Public Comment
C. Committee Reports
C.1 Receive report from EAA investment advisor for the fourth quarter
of 2016.
D. Individual Consideration
D.1 Consider EAA staff recommendation to approve payment to Kemp
Smith for legal services for December 2016.
D.2 Consider EAA staff recommendation to approve a one-year renewal
and extension of a contract with BBVA Compass for central
depository services for the period March 1, 2017 through February
28, 2018.
E. Staff Reports
E.1 Receive report from EAA staff on unaudited financial statements
for December 2016.
E.2 Receive report from EAA staff on the Minority/Women Business
Enterprise activity for 2016.
F. Closed Session
G. Consider and take action on recommendation(s) regarding matters
deliberated in closed session.
H. Consider future agendas
I. Adjournment.
J. Written Reports


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Agency Name: Edwards Aquifer Authority
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Permits/Enforcement Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 900 E. Quincy, San Antonio, TX 78215; EAA Board Room
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000561
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Earl Parker, 900 E. Quincy, San Antonio, TX 78215; (800) 292-1047
Agenda: A. Call to Order
B. Public Comment
C. Individual Consideration
C.1 Consider EAA staff recommendation to approve leases of
permitted Edwards groundwater rights with Texas by Anderson
Family Properties, LP; Weldon Gilleland and wife, Judie M.
Gilleland; Houston H. Harte and Carolyn H. Harte, Co-Trustees of
the Harte Management Trust; and Mike H. McCraw and Paula N.
McCraw, husband and wife, for the Aquifer Storage and Recovery
Project of the San Antonio Water System, in support of the
Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan, in the total amount of
$2,573,645.48.
C.2 Consider EAA staff recommendation to approve amended leases of
permitted Edwards groundwater rights with Thomas Verstuyft and
wife, Betty Verstuyft, Fred Verstuyft etux Nancy Verstuyft and
Randy Verstuyft; and Verstuyft Family Farms for the Aquifer
Storage and Recovery Project of the San Antonio Water System, in
support of the Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan, in the
total amount of $223,300.00.
C.3 Consider EAA staff recommendation to approve a conversion of
base irrigation groundwater owned by Benjamin and Shelia
Johnston, based on a change in land use.
D. Staff Reports
D.1 Receive report from EAA staff on recent activities regarding the
San Antonio Water System District Special Project Meter
Implementation Project.
D.2 Receive report from EAA staff regarding potential modifications to
the ASR leasing program associated with the Edwards Aquifer
Habitat Conservation Plan.
E. Closed Session
F. Consider and take action on recommendation(s) regarding matters
deliberated in closed session.
G. Consider future agendas
H. Adjournment.
I. Written Reports
I.1 Permits/Enforcement Committee Report.


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Agency Name: STAR Transit
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 500 Industrial Blvd
City Location: Terrell
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000610
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Contact Information: Teresa Elliott - Executive Assistant 469-474-2309
Agenda: Regular Scheduled Board Meeting Agenda
Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.
STAR Transit Operations Center
500 Industrial Blvd., Terrell, TX 75160

1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER

2. INVOCATION

3. PUBLIC COMMENT
(Any member of the public that wishes to speak will need to sign in, complete a Request to Speak Form, and present to the Executive Assistant prior to meeting. Speakers will be restricted to a five (5) minute presentation, unless otherwise directed by the Chairman).

4. EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION

5. CONSENT AGENDA
(All items listed under Consent Agenda are considered routine by the STAR Board of Directors and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Board Member so request, in which event the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and the Chair will schedule it for later in the meeting).
a. Consider Approval of November 15, 2016 Board Meeting Minutes
b. Consider Approval of November 2016 Financial Statement
c. Consider Approval of December 2016 Financial Statement
d. Consider Approval of revised Policy #43 Attendance

6. BUSINESS AGENDA
a. Ratify Board Approval via email regarding STAR Transit Vehicle Purchase
b. Consider Approval of the First Amendment to Transit Service Agreement – Comprehensive Operational Analysis with the City of Mesquite

7. INFORMATION AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
a. STAR Transit Marketing Update
b. December 2016 and January 2017 Newsletter
c. FY 2017 1st Quarter Service Report
d. Texas House of Representatives Congratulations Letter
e. E-Grants Review
f. Board Retreat Planning
g. STAR Transit Partnership Program

8. EXECUTIVE SESSION
(STAR Transit reserves the right to adjourn into Executive Session at any time during the course of this meeting to discuss any of the matters listed as authorized by the Texas Government Code, SECTIONS 551.071(Consultation with Attorney), 551.072(Deliberations about Real Property), 551.073(Deliberations regarding Gifts and Donations), 551.074(Personnel Matters), 551.076(Deliberations regarding Security Devices or Security Audits), 551.077(Agency Financed by Federal Government), 551.079 & 551.081(Exceptions Applicable to Specific Entities), 551.085(Deliberations by Governing Board of Certain Providers of Health Care Services) of the Opens Meeting Act.)

a. 551.074 Personnel Matters

9. END OF EXECUTIVE SESSION (Any final action, decision, or vote on a matter deliberated in executive session or on information received in a conference with employees will only be taken in an open meeting that is in compliance with Texas Governmental Code CH. 551.)
a. Consider any official action in the Executive Session Closed Meeting Items.

10. ADJOURNMENT


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Agency Name: Central Texas Regional Water Supply Corporation
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 200 E. Grayson, Suite 203
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000604
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Denise Fregeolle-Burk 512-472-8021
Agenda: CENTRAL TEXAS REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY CORPORATION

AGENDA FOR CALLED SPECIAL MEETING
OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF CENTRAL TEXAS REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY CORPORATION (“WSC”)
TO BE HELD ON JANUARY 24, 2017 AT 11:00 A.M.
(SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS TIME)
AT THE SAN ANTONIO HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OFFICE
AT 200 E. GRAYSON, SUITE 203, SAN ANTONIO, TX 78215

1. Call to order and determination of quorum.

2. Public Comments. This is an opportunity for members of the public to address the Board of Directors concerning an issue of public interest that is not on the agenda. Each organization shall have a total of five (5) minutes to speak, and each individual citizen shall have a total of three (3) minutes to speak.

3. Consultation with legal counsel regarding pending litigation in Cause No. D-1-GN-16-001106, Save Our Springs Alliance, Inc. v. Central Texas Regional Water Supply Corporation, in the 353rd Judicial District Court for Travis County, Texas.

4. Consultation with legal counsel regarding the acquisition, design, and construction of the Vista Ridge Regional Water Supply Project.

5. Consideration and possible action to determine and declare the public purpose, use, and necessity, and to approve and authorize WSC acquisition, through voluntary acquisition, or alternatively, through eminent domain proceedings in condemnation, of certain permanent, perpetual water line easements and related temporary construction easements and permanent, perpetual sanitary control easements to be acquired by the WSC for its pending Vista Ridge Regional Supply Project, a municipal public water supply project, said easements to be located on, over, across, under and upon certain parcels of real property as follows: (1) parcels of real property located in Bexar County, Texas, including but not limited to, a part of the William Brisbin Survey 896 ½ (Abstract 55), El Paso Irrigation Co. Survey 92 ⅟10 (Abstract 845), Domingo Losoya Survey No. 396 (Abstract 450), Consolidated El Paso Irrigation and Manufacturing Company Survey No. 397 (Abstract 924), John Fridge Survey No. 91 (Abstract 233), and James Hamilton Survey 90 (Abstract 344) therein; (2) parcels of real property located in Comal County, Texas, including but not limited to, a part of the V Pfeuffer Survey (Abstract 46), S A & M G RR Survey 497 ½ (Abstract 578), J Thompson Survey 752 (Abstract 609), F. Rodriguez Survey No. 99 (a/k/a/ Francisco Rodriguez Survey No. 99) (Abstract 484), F. Rodriguez, 484, J Noyes Survey No. 259 (Abstract 430), C M Gahagan Survey No. 258 (Abstract 182) therein; (3) parcels of real property located in Guadalupe County, Texas, including but not limited to, a part of the Emanuela De Los Santos Coy Survey No. 93 (Abstract 87), John D Thompson Survey No. 900 (Abstract 314), Hiram M Thompson Survey No. 89 (Abstract 315), J O Blair Survey No. 200 (Abstract 60), Daniel Chandler Survey No. 489 (Abstract 100), J S Johnson Survey No. 47 (Abstract 190), Greenberry Pate Survey No. 46 (Abstract 260), A.M. Esnaurizar Survey (a/k/a Antonio Maria Esnaurizar Survey) (Abstract 20), W.J. Ragsdale Survey No. 52 (Abstract 268), John Jones Survey No. 53 (Abstract 189), Charles Henderson Survey No. 55 (Abstract 147), Williams Perkins Survey No. 13 (Abstract 263), H E Jordt Survey No. 12 (Abstract 195), Andrew Mitchell Survey Number 62 (Abstract 220), S A & M G RR CO Survey (Abstract 308), and Benjamin & Graves Fulcher Survey No. 19 (Abstract 21) therein; (4) parcels of real property located in Caldwell, Texas, including but not limited to, a part of the William Pettus League (Abstract 21), M. Webber Survey (Abstract No. 305), J.V. Morton Survey (Abstract No. 197), W. Morrison Survey (Abstract No. 200), F. Jones Survey (Abstract No. 159), Isaac Jackson Survey (Abstract 157), and Sampson Connell League (Abstract No. 63) therein; (5) parcels of real property located in Bastrop County, Texas, including but not limited to, a part of the A.G. Moore survey (Abstract 51), J. Doyle Survey (Abstract 28), James Stuart Survey (Abstract 62), R. Gage Survey (Abstract 31) (a/k/a/ R. Gage Abstract 31), J. A. Navarro Survey (Abstract 53) (a/k/a J. A. Navarro Abstract 53), Martin Wells Survey (Abstract No. 68), B. Osborne Survey (Abstract 54), J. Standifer Survey (Abstract 60), J. Standifer Survey (Abstract 302), Richard Young Survey (Abstract 373), T. Garretson Survey (Abstract 178), A.P. Nance Survey (SF-12821), George Glasscock Survey (Abstract 172), Enock Harris Survey (Abstract 189), and Joseph Martin Survey (Abstract 239) therein; (6) parcels of real property located in Lee County, Texas, including but not limited to, a part of the E. Pruitt Survey (Abstract 254), M.C. Miller Survey (Abstract 233), J.G. Willet Survey (Abstract 345), and J. A. Tanner Survey (Abstract 316), J. Von Roeder Survey (a/k/a J. Van Roeder Survey) (Abstract No. 328), Joseph Jackson Survey (a/k/a J. Jackson Survey) (Abstract No. 175), H. Donahoo Survey (a/k/a Hiram Donahoo Survey) (Abstract 87), G. Dare Survey (Abstract No. 90), P.T. Curneal Survey (Abstract No. 61), Ira Clemons Survey (Abstract No. 58), R. Finney Survey (Abstract No. 108), E. Whitesides Survey (Abstract No. 335), J. Hollingsworth Survey (Abstract No. 153), J. Easley Survey (Abstract No. 9), and John Furnash Survey (Abstract No. 107) therein; and (7) parcels of real property located in Burleson County, Texas, including but not limited to, a part of the H. McKeen Survey (Abstract No. 171), E.M. Cox Survey (a/k/a/ E. Cox Survey) (Abstract No. 82), and A. Dykeler Survey (Abstract No. 102) therein.

6. Consideration of and possible action on approval and ratification of WSC’s municipal public water supply project right of way and real property offers in Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe, Caldwell, Bastrop, Lee, and Burleson County, Texas.

7. Consideration of and possible action on approval and ratification of WSC’s municipal public water supply project right of way and real property acquisitions in Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe, Caldwell, Bastrop, Lee, and Burleson County, Texas.

8. Consideration of and possible action on approval of pending invoices.

9. Adjournment

EXECUTIVE/CLOSED SESSION: A closed meeting may be held on one or more topics set out in the agenda, including but not limited to (1) all land acquisition matters pertaining to the pending municipal public water supply project of the WSC, (2) agreements to which the WSC will be a party, (3) pending litigation, and (4) matters for which consultation with the WSC’s attorney is required, as authorized by sections in the Texas Open Meetings Act, including but not limited to section 551.071 of the Texas Government Code (consultation with attorney) for the WSC Board to consult with and seek advice from its attorneys regarding said matters and section 551.072 (deliberations regarding real property) for the WSC Board to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property because the deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of said Board in negotiations with a third person.

As authorized by section 551.127(c) of the Texas Government Code some members of the board may participate by video conference call. The presiding officer will be present at the location noted above, and members of the public will be able to attend the meeting at that location.


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Agency Name: Deep East Texas Self Insurance Fund
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 900 Crown Colony Drive
City Location: Lufkin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000403
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: N/A
Agenda:
DEEP EAST TEXAS SELF INSURANCE FUND
Notice of Executive Committee Meeting

Location: Crown Colony Country Club
900 Crown Colony Drive
Lufkin, TX 75901

Date: January 24, 2017
Time: 12:30 P.M.

AGENDA

1. Call to order by President Barrett Lankford

*2. Discussion and approval of the Minutes from the October 25, & November 29, 2016, Executive Committee Meeting of the Deep East Texas Self Insurance Fund (the “Fund”)

3. Report on the Fund’s Claim Information Packet

4. Report on the Fund’s Claims Expense Computation Report for December 2016

*5. Consider and possible approval of the Fund’s Investment Listing Report December 2016

6. Report on the Fund’s Financial Statement for December 2016

*7. Consider and possible approval of Solicitation of Qualifications for Accounting and Financial Reporting Consultant

*8. Consider and possible approval of Solicitation of Qualifications for Actuarial Services

9. Adjourn


Note - *Action Item


Certification of Posting of Notice of Meeting

I, Danny Newsom, the undersigned, hereby state that the foregoing Notice was posted at a place convenient to the public in the Fund’s administrative office, a place convenient to the public in the Jasper County courthouse, and on the Secretary of State’s website, on or before
January 17, 2016, which was at least 7 days before the day of the meeting.

_________________
Danny Newsom


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Agency Name: Duval County Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
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: 2017000583
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
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 Tuesday the 24th, day of January 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 November 16th, 2016 general/special meeting, and
the November 21st, 2016 special meeting and the December 16th, and the December 21st, 2016.

3. Review, discuss, and act on 2016 December 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 January 2017
B. Wells registered
C. Correspondence
D. Meetings attended
E. Management report on audit as per our management plan

7. Discussion and possible action on quote for a 2017 Chevrolet Suburban from Cantu’s Chevrolet.

8. Discussion and possible action on quote from Williams Web solutions.

9. Review, discuss, and act on purchasing lots next door, and/or discussion of other properties.

10. Public forum, questions, comments from any guests in attendance.

11. Setting next meeting of the Board of Directors.

12. 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 20th, DAY OF January, 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, Vernon’s 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 20th, day of January 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: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:45 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Finance and Audit
Status: Active
Street Location: 1900 Main Street
City Location: Houston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000545
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Reca Perry | 713-739-4879 | reca.perry@ridemetro.org
Agenda: ACTION
1. Request Board approval accepting the monthly committee reports, including investment reports.
A. Smiley

2. Request Board approval to extend the commercial paper State Street Credit Facility.
A. Smiley

3. Request Board approval of the State Quadrennial Performance Audit report for Fiscal Years 2012-2015 prepared by Milligan & Company, LLC.
J. Carroll

BRIEFINGS

4. Monthly Compliance Report
J. Carroll

5. Monthly Financial Reports
A. Smiley
a. CFO Presentation
b. Sales Tax Report
c. Investment Report
d. Debt Report
e. Monthly Performance Report
f. Hedge Report


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Agency Name: Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Capital and Strategic Planning
Status: Active
Street Location: 1900 Main Street
City Location: Houston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000546
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Reca Perry | 713-739-4879 | reca.perry@ridemetro.org
Agenda: ACTION

1. Request Board authorization to declare METRO owned properties as surplus and authorization to sell the properties.
R. Treviño

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Pursuant to the Texas Government Code §551.072, the Board of Directors will consult with METRO’s attorneys regarding the purchase, lease, exchange or value of real property and the negotiations related to the subject property.

2. Request Board authorization for the President & CEO to negotiate and execute an agreement on behalf of METRO regarding diminished access at the LOFTS at the Ballpark.
R. Treviño

COMMITTEE APPROVAL

3. Anticipated Procurement Report
M. Kyme

BRIEFINGS

4. Monthly Harrisburg Overpass Update
B. Krantz

5. Bus Ridership and Service: Demand and Supply
R. Treviño

6. Service Outside the METRO Service Area
R. Treviño

7. 79 West Little York Extension Options
R. Treviño

8. METRO Long Range Plan – Proposed Development Process
R. Treviño


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Agency Name: Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County
Date of Meeting: 01/24/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:15 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Public Hearing Quadrennial Performance Audit
Status: Active
Street Location: 1900 Main Street
City Location: Houston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000547
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Reca Perry | 713-739-4879 | reca.perry@ridemetro.org
Agenda: 1. Presentation of Quadrennial State Performance Audit report for Fiscal Years 2012-2015
Milligan & Company, LLC.

2. Public Comments


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Agency Name: Commission on State Emergency Communications
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street, Room 100
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000472
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Patrick Tyler, 333 Guadalupe Street, Suite 2-212, Austin Texas 78701, 512-305-6915, patrick.tyler@csec.texas.gov
Agenda: COMMISSION ON STATE EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS
MEETING AGENDA

Date: January 25, 2017
Time: 10:00 A.M.
Location: William P. Hobby Building
333 Guadalupe Street, Room 100
Austin, Texas 78701
____________________________________________________________
I. Convene Meeting
A. Meeting Called to Order
B. Roll Call
C. Certification of Quorum
D. Consider Future Meeting Dates/Times
1. March 8, 2017 (2nd week)
2. May 10, 2017 (2nd week)
3. July 26, 2017 (4th week)

II. Public Comment: Individuals are encouraged to provide oral and/or written comments on any Open Session agenda item. Written comments should identify the particular agenda item and be received by the Commission prior to the date of the meeting. Please send written comments to Patrick Tyler at 333 Guadalupe Street, Suite 2-212, Austin, Texas 78701, by email to Patrick.Tyler@csec.texas.gov, or by facsimile to 512.305.6937.

III. Open Session: The Commission may discuss and take action on any of the following:
A. Agency Operations
1. Executive Director’s Report
a. Recognition of Donna McCain
b. Performance Measures for 1st Quarter Fiscal Year 2017
c. Update on the Activities of the Commission’s Emergency Communications Advisory Committee
d. Update on the Activities of the CSEC State-level ESInet Governance 9-1-1 Strategic Alignment Committee
e. Update on the Commission Legislative Working Group
2. Revised Internal Audit Plan for Fiscal Year 2017
3. Financial Report for 1st Quarter Appropriation Year 2017
B. Poison Control Program
1. Poison Control Coordinating Committee Informational Data Presentation
C. 9-1-1 Service Program
1. Award Announcement for Request for Offers No. 477.6.00214: State-level Digital 9-1-1 NetworkProject Management-Systems Integration; (CSEC State-level ESInet)
a. Notification of Contract Identified for Enhanced Monitoring (Commission Rule 253.5, Enhanced Contract and Performance Monitoring)
2. Proposed Amendments to Program Policy Statement 036: Text-to-911 Implementation
3. Rulemaking:
a. Consider Readopting Without Amendments Chapter 252, Administration; and concluding statutory review
4. Regional Planning Commission Strategic Plan Amendments to Shift Budget Authority:
a. Brazos Valley Council of Governments
b. South East Texas Regional Planning Commission
c. South Plains Association of Governments
5. Regional Planning Commission Strategic Plan Amendment Request for Fiscal Year 2017 Unallocated Equalization Surcharge :
a. West Central Texas Council of Governments
6. Emergency Communications Advisory Committee: Committee Appointments

IV. Executive Session: To the extent authorized by Texas Government Code Chapter 551, the Commission may meet in executive session on any item listed in the Meeting Agenda, including any item listed below:
• Personnel Matters: Executive Director Evaluation

V. Reconvene Open Session: The Commission may consider and possibly take action on matters discussed in Executive Session.

VI. Public Comment: Individuals are encouraged to provide oral and/or written comments on any Executive Session item.

VII. Adjourn Meeting.

Meeting Accessibility: Persons planning to attend the meeting who require auxiliary aids, services, or special accommodations should request appropriate arrangements as far in advance of the meeting as possible by contacting Patrick Tyler at 333 Guadalupe Street, Suite 2-212, Austin, Texas 78701, by email to patrick.tyler@csec.texas.gov, or by facsimile to 512.305.6937.


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
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: 2017000497
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Tamala Fletcher 512-475-4765
Agenda: 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) 463-6599, 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 video with YouTube video at:
https://www.youtube.com/user/TexasLicensing

A. Call to Order

B. Roll Call, Certification of Quorum, and Introductions

C. Approval of Minutes – Meeting of August 17, 2016

D. Public Comment
**Any person wishing to address the Advisory Board should complete a
Public Comment Form and submit it to the Executive Assistant**

E. Staff Reports
1. Executive Office
a. Overview of TDLR and Executive Office Operations, Restructuring, and Personnel Changes
b. Legislative Update
c. Overview of the Implementation Report issued by the Department in December 2016 as required by Senate Bill 202, Section 1.301, 84th Legislature, Regular Session, 2015
d. Recent Developments
2. Compliance Division
a. Discussion regarding the transition of the Midwives Program from the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) to TDLR pursuant to Senate Bill 202, 84th Legislature, Regular Session (2015)
b. Public Outreach – Compliance Attendance at Professional Association Meetings and other outreach activities
c. Health Professions Section Update
d. Personnel Updates
3. Education and Examination Division
a. Examination Information
b. Personnel Updates
4. Enforcement Division
a. Enforcement report including statistics on cases, orders, and penalties
b. Recent and upcoming projects
5. Licensing Division
a. Licensing Statistics
b. Current Projects
c. Personnel Updates

F. Discussion and possible action to recommend approval of the penalty matrix

G. Update from work groups and possible recommendation:

1. Enforcement workgroup to review and make recommendations regarding criminal conviction guidelines, the penalty matrix, and other enforcement related matters and rules

2. Licensing workgroup to review and make recommendations regarding licensing requirements and rules, inspections and compliance, and other administrative matters

3. Education and Examination workgroup to review and make recommendations regarding education and examination, continuing education requirements, and rules

4. Standard of Care workgroup to review and make recommendations regarding standard of care matters and rules

H. Recommendations for agenda items for next Board meeting

I. Discussion of date, time, and location of next Board meeting

J. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:15 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2525 West Anderson Lane
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000291
Submit Date: 01/11/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Les Trobman, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street. Room, 608 Austin, Texas 78778-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:



TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION MEETING

The Texas Workforce Commission will attend the Benefits of Hiring People with Disabilities Forum beginning at:

8:15 a.m.
Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Norris Conference Center at North Cross Mall
2525 West Anderson Lane
Austin, Texas 78757

This event is for business owners, Human Resources professionals and hiring managers interested in key topics related to hiring employees with disabilities. It is hosted by the Texas Workforce Commissioner representing employers in partnership with the Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities, Workforce Solutions Capital Area and the Society for Human Resource Management.

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 two (2) working days prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements can be made.








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Agency Name: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Work Session
Status: Active
Street Location: 4200 Smith School Road
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000386
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: General Counsel Ann Bright, 4200 Smith School Rd., Austin, TX, 78744 or by phone 512-389-8558.
Agenda: Work Session

Wednesday, January 25, 2017
9:00 a.m.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Commission Hearing Room
4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744

T. Dan Friedkin, Commission Chair
Carter Smith, Executive Director

Approval of the Previous Minutes from the Work Session held November 2, 2016

Land and Water Plan

1. Update on TPWD Progress in Implementing the TPWD Land and Water Resources Conservation and Recreation Plan - Carter Smith
o Internal Affairs Update
o Staff Recognition – 2016 Regional Forester’s Award
o Aquatic Invasive Species Program Activities
o TPW Magazine 75th Anniversary
o Eastern Wild Turkey Research and Restoration

2. Western Association of Fisheries and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) Update – Ross Melinchuk, Commissioner S. Reed Morian

Financial

3. Financial Overview – Mike Jensen

4. Internal Audit Update– Cindy Hancock

5. Regulations Rule Review – Ann Bright
A. Request Permission to Publish Proposed Changes in the Texas Register
o Chapter 57 – Fisheries
o Chapter 58 – Oysters and Shrimp
o Chapter 65 – Wildlife
B. Recommended Adoption of Proposed Changes and Completed Rule Review - (Action Item No. 2)
o Chapter 53 – Finance
o Chapter 59 – Parks
o Chapter 69 – Resource Protection

Natural Resources

6. 2017-2018 Statewide Recreational and Commercial Fishing Proclamation - Request Permission to Publish Proposed Changes in the Texas Register - Ken Kurzawski, Mark Lingo, Kevin Davis

7. 2017-2018 Statewide Hunting Proclamation - Request Permission to Publish Proposed Changes in the Texas Register – Shawn Gray, Dave Morrison, Ellis Powell

8. Marine Dealer, Floating Cabin, and Party Boat Rules – Recommended Adoption of Proposed Rules – Cody Jones, Julie Gilmore (Action Item No. 3)

9. Shad Collection and Sale Rules – Recommended Adoption of Proposed Rules - Ken Kurzawski (Action Item No. 4)

Land Conservation

10. Acquisition of Land – Washington County - Approximately 4 Acres at Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site – Trey Vick (Action Item No. 5)

11. Acceptance of Land Donation – Reeves County – Approximately 6 Acres at Balmorhea State Park - Ted Hollingsworth (Action Item No. 6)

12. Land Exchange – Anderson County – Approximately 75 Acres at Big Lake Bottom Wildlife Management Area – Permission to begin the Public Notice and Input Process - Stan David

13. Acquisition of Land – Cochran County - Approximately 12 Acres at the Yoakum Dunes Wildlife Management Area – Stan David (Action Item No. 7)

14. Acquisition of Land – Cochran County – Approximately 160 Acres at the Yoakum Dunes Wildlife Management Area – Stan David (Action Item No. 8)

Executive Session

15. Update on Regulatory Litigation – Ann Bright (Executive Session Only)
o Red Snapper
o Oysters
o Chronic Wasting Disease

NOTICE REGARDING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT AGENDA ITEMS

Additional information about the agenda items listed above is available on the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) website at: www.tpwd.texas.gov/business/feedback/meetings/.

NOTICE REGARDING NON-DISCRIMINATION

TPWD receives federal assistance from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and other federal agencies. TPWD is therefore subject to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, in addition to state anti-discrimination laws. TPWD will comply with state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, national origin, age, sex or disability.

If you require an accommodation or informational materials in an alternative form, please contact Dee Halliburton at (512) 389-4804 (telephone). Individuals with hearing or speech impairments may contact the agency on a Text Telephone (TDD) at (512) 389-8915 or by Relay Texas at 7-1-1 or (800) 735-2989.

If you believe that you have been discriminated against in any TPWD program, activity or event, you may contact Dawn Heikkila, Deputy Executive Director, Policy and Administration, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, Texas 78744, (512) 389-4727 (telephone), dawn.heikkila@tpwd.texas.gov (email). Alternatively, you may contact the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Diversity and Inclusive Workforce Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 5275 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041.
NOTICE REGARDING PUBLIC TESTIMONY

Public testimony will be taken on items labeled "ACTION." Public testimony will normally be limited to three minutes per person.

NOTICE REGARDING EXECUTIVE (CLOSED) SESSION

In addition to the items for which an Executive Session is scheduled, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission may meet in Executive (Closed) Session on any item listed above if authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551.

NOTICE REGARDING ORDER OF AGENDA ITEMS

Items may be taken up in an order other than that listed on the Agenda.



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Agency Name: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Session
Status: Active
Street Location: 4200 Smith School Road
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000387
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: General Counsel Ann Bright, 4200 Smith School Rd., Austin, TX, 78744 or by phone 512-389-8558.
Agenda: Executive Session

Wednesday, January 25, 2017
9:00 a.m.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Executive Office Conference Room
4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744

T. Dan Friedkin, Commission Chair
Carter Smith, Executive Director


1. Update on Regulatory Litigation – Ann Bright (Executive Session Only)
o Red Snapper
o Oysters
o Chronic Wasting Disease

NOTICE REGARDING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT AGENDA ITEMS

Additional information about the agenda items listed above is available on the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) website at: www.tpwd.texas.gov/business/feedback/meetings/.

NOTICE REGARDING NON-DISCRIMINATION

TPWD receives federal assistance from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and other federal agencies. TPWD is therefore subject to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, in addition to state anti-discrimination laws. TPWD will comply with state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, national origin, age, sex or disability.

If you require an accommodation or informational materials in an alternative form, please contact Dee Halliburton at (512) 389-4804 (telephone). Individuals with hearing or speech impairments may contact the agency on a Text Telephone (TDD) at (512) 389-8915 or by Relay Texas at 7-1-1 or (800) 735-2989.

If you believe that you have been discriminated against in any TPWD program, activity or event, you may contact Dawn Heikkila, Deputy Executive Director, Policy and Administration, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, Texas 78744, (512) 389-4727 (telephone), dawn.heikkila@tpwd.texas.gov (email). Alternatively, you may contact the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Diversity and Inclusive Workforce Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 5275 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041.
NOTICE REGARDING PUBLIC TESTIMONY

Public testimony will be taken on items labeled "ACTION." Public testimony will normally be limited to three minutes per person.

NOTICE REGARDING EXECUTIVE (CLOSED) SESSION

In addition to the items for which an Executive Session is scheduled, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission may meet in Executive (Closed) Session on any item listed above if authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551.

NOTICE REGARDING ORDER OF AGENDA ITEMS

Items may be taken up in an order other than that listed on the Agenda.


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Agriculture
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Texas Shrimp Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: SFAustin Bldg., 1700 North Congress Avenue, 11th Floor Conference Room
City Location: Austin, Texas 78701
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000215
Submit Date: 01/10/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Bobby Champion Jr., Texas Department of Agriculture, 512-475-3303
Agenda: I. Introductions of Committee members and attending TDA staff.
II. Review and approval of Meeting Minutes.

III. Discussion

a. Identify Texas Gulf shrimp marketing strengths, weaknesses opportunities and threats in direct relation to the Texas shrimp.
b. Restore Act Grant Outcome.
c. Presentation of new Texas Gulf Shrimp marketing materials and discuss future projects.

IV. Discuss and action of next committee meeting.
V. Adjourn.



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Agency Name: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Agency Operations Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1200 E. Anderson Lane Board Room
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000337
Submit Date: 01/12/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ms. Linda Battles, Deputy Commissioner, Agency Operations and Communications/COO P.O. Box 12788; Austin, TX 78711 512.427.6205
Agenda: PUBLIC TESTIMONY: The presiding chair shall designate whether public testimony will be taken at the beginning of the meeting, at the time the related item is taken up by the Board after staff has presented the item, or any other time. For procedures on testifying, please go to http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/public testimony.

I. Welcome and Committee Chair's Opening Remarks

II. Consideration of Approval of the Minutes from October 19, 2016, Committee Meeting

III. Public Testimony on agenda items relating to the Agency Operations Committee

IV. Agency Operations

A. Consideration of adopting the Commissioner's recommendation to the Committee to amend the Charter for the Agency Operations Committee

B. Consideration of adopting the staff's recommendation to the Committee relating to the Board Operating Policies and Procedures

C. Report on Major IT Projects in Progress

D. Report on grants and contracts, including those exceeding $1 million

E. Update on the Board's Legislative Appropriations Request to the 85th Texas Legislature

V. Finance

A. Review of the Year to Date Fiscal Year 2017 Financial Report to the Board

B. Update on the December 2016 Agency Loan Program Sale of General Obligation Bonds

C. Consideration of the staff's recommendation to the Committee relating to the authorization to enter into an agreement with the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) to continue to provide collection services for the agency's student loan program as well as contracts ancillary thereto


D. Update on the Outcome of the Student Loan Program Review Performed by Weaver, L.L.P.

E. Consideration of adopting the Commissioner's recommendation to the Committee to amend the existing contract for Bond Counsel relating to the performance of legal services for the agency for the student loan bond program for an additional one year period

VI. Internal Audit

A. Update on Internal Audit Reports and Activities

VII. Compliance Monitoring

A. Update on Compliance Monitoring Reports and Activities


The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Agency Operations Committee may convene in Executive Session at any point in this meeting, concerning any item listed in the agenda or to seek or to receive its attorney's advice on legal matters related thereto, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.071.


Note: The Board will not consider or act upon any item before the Agency Operations Committee at this meeting. This meeting is not a regular meeting of the full Board. Because the number of Board members who may attend the committee meeting may create a quorum of the full Board, the meeting of the Agency Operations Committee is also being posted as a meeting of the full Board.


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 Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Coordinating Board Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 1200 E. Anderson Lane Board Room
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000338
Submit Date: 01/12/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ms. Linda Battles, Deputy Commissioner, Agency Operations and Communications/COO P.O. Box 12788; Austin, TX 78711 512.427.6205
Agenda: AGENCY OPERATIONS COMMITTEE

PUBLIC TESTIMONY: The presiding chair shall designate whether public testimony will be taken at the beginning of the meeting, at the time the related item is taken up by the Board after staff has presented the item, or any other time. For procedures on testifying, please go to http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/public testimony.

I. Welcome and Committee Chair's Opening Remarks

II. Consideration of Approval of the Minutes from October 19, 2016, Committee Meeting

III. Public Testimony on agenda items relating to the Agency Operations Committee

IV. Agency Operations

A. Consideration of adopting the Commissioner's recommendation to the Committee to amend the Charter for the Agency Operations Committee

B. Consideration of adopting the staff's recommendation to the Committee relating to the Board Operating Policies and Procedures

C. Report on Major IT Projects in Progress

D. Report on grants and contracts, including those exceeding $1 million

E. Update on the Board's Legislative Appropriations Request to the 85th Texas Legislature

V. Finance

A. Review of the Year to Date Fiscal Year 2017 Financial Report to the Board

B. Update on the December 2016 Agency Loan Program Sale of General Obligation Bonds

C. Consideration of the staff's recommendation to the Committee relating to the authorization to enter into an agreement with the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) to continue to provide collection services for the agency's student loan program as well as contracts ancillary thereto


D. Update on the Outcome of the Student Loan Program Review Performed by Weaver, L.L.P.

E. Consideration of adopting the Commissioner's recommendation to the Committee to amend the existing contract for Bond Counsel relating to the performance of legal services for the agency for the student loan bond program for an additional one year period

VI. Internal Audit

A. Update on Internal Audit Reports and Activities

VII. Compliance Monitoring

A. Update on Compliance Monitoring Reports and Activities


The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Agency Operations Committee may convene in Executive Session at any point in this meeting, concerning any item listed in the agenda or to seek or to receive its attorney's advice on legal matters related thereto, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.071.


Note: The Board will not consider or act upon any item before the Agency Operations Committee at this meeting. This meeting is not a regular meeting of the full Board. Because the number of Board members who may attend the committee meeting may create a quorum of the full Board, the meeting of the Agency Operations Committee is also being posted as a meeting of the full Board.


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 Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Coordinating Board Meeting (Dinner)
Status: Active
Street Location: Westin Hotel-Domain 11301 Domain Drive
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000340
Submit Date: 01/12/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Raymund A. Paredes, Commissioner of Higher Education P.O. Box 12788; Austin, TX 78711 512.427.6101
Agenda: Coordinating Board Members' dinner with the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas (ICUT).


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



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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Quality Subcommittee Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 4900 North Lamar Blvd. (Health and Human Services Commission, Brown-Heatly Building, Room 1410)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000185
Submit Date: 01/09/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Tony Moreno, Interim Advisory Committee Coordinator, Medicaid/CHIP 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

Quality Subcommittee Meeting

January 25, 2017
10 a.m.

Meeting Site:
Health and Human Services Commission
Brown-Heatly Building
Room 1410
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78751


1. Welcome and introductions
2. Review and accept Intellectual and Developmental Disability (IDD) System Redesign Advisory Committee (SRAC) Joint Meeting of the IDD SRAC Quality Subcommittee and Transition to Managed Care Subcommittee meeting minutes from December 13, 2016

3. Discuss webpage content related to filing a consumer complaint

4. Discuss future direction and goals

5. Review action items an discuss next steps

6. Adjourn

Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Tony Moreno, Interim Advisory Committee Coordinator, Medicaid/CHIP 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: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Housing Subcommittee Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 4900 North Lamar Blvd.(Health and Human Services Commission, Brown-Heatly Building, Room 2615)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000053
Submit Date: 01/04/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Jesse Rose Moorhead, Manager-Operations Support Unit, Utilization Management and Review, Access and Intake Division, Department of Aging and Disability Services, 512-438-5391, or jesse.moorhead@dads.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:
Intellectual and Developmental Disability System
Redesign Advisory Committee

Housing Subcommittee Meeting

January 25, 2017
1 p.m.

Meeting Site:
Health and Human Services Commission
Brown-Heatly Building
Room 2615
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, Texas 78751


1. Welcome and introductions
2. Review and accept October, 2016, Intellectual and Developmental Disability System Redesign Advisory Committee Housing Subcommittee meeting minutes
3. Discuss 2017 subcommittee goals
4. Review action items and discuss agenda items for April 26, 2017 meeting
5. Adjourn

Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Jesse Rose Moorhead, Manager-Operations Support Unit, Utilization Management and Review, Access and Intake Division, Department of Aging and Disability Services, 512-438-5391, or jesse.moorhead@dads.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 Suzanna Carter, Advisory Committee Coordinator, Medicaid/CHIP Services Department, Health and Human Services Commission, at 512-730-7423 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.



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Agency Name: Texas Diabetes Council
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Medical Professionals Advisory Subcommittee
Status: Active
Street Location: Hyatt Place North Central, 7522 North IH-35, Meeting Room 2
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000523
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Luby Garza-Abijaoude, M.S., R.D., L.D., Diabetes Nutrition Consultant, Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Section, Diabetes Prevention and Control Branch, Texas Department of State Health Services, P.O. Box 149347, MC 1945, Austin, TX 78714-9347, Luby.Garza@dshs.state.tx.us, (512) 776-2831. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, Center for Consumer and External Affairs, Department of State Health Services, (512) 776-2780, at least 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Agenda:
Mission Statement: To develop standards of care for prevention, identification, and clinical treatment of patients with diabetes mellitus in the State of Texas and to continue to develop new clinical care algorithms and update existing algorithms, which are evidence-based and unbiased to be recommended to the Texas Diabetes Council and to develop educational programs for patients and health care professionals.

The Subcommittee will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

1. Call to Order; and Welcome

2. Designate Recorder, Roll Call, and Mission Statement

3. Review and Approve October 26, 2016 Minutes

4. Algorithm Review, Discussion and Updates
a. Transition Algorithm from I.V. to S.Q. Insulin for Patients with Diabetes or Hyperglycemia (Action items)
b. Insulin Therapy for Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Teaching Document (Action Item)
c. Glycemic Control Algorithm for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Adults (Action Item)

5. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Diabetes Council
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 07:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Advocacy and Outreach Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Hyatt Place North Central, 7522 North IH-35, Meeting Room 2
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000520
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Richard Kropp, Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Section, Diabetes Prevention and Control Branch, Texas Department of State Health Services, P.O. Box 149347, Mail Code 1945, Austin, Texas 78714-9347, Richard.Kropp@dshs.state.tx.us, or (512) 776-3580. People with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Anne Mosher 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. Introductions

3. Approval of October 26, 2016, Meeting Minutes (Action item)

4. Health and Human Commission Rider 84: HHSC/TDC Joint Diabetes Workgroup

5. Employee Retirement System Rider 14: Diabetes Prevention Program for ERS Participants

6. National Association of Chronic Disease Directors State Engagement Meeting:
Strategic Planning for the National Diabetes Prevention Program

7. Proposed 1115 Waiver Learning Collaborative for Academic Medical Centers Addressing Diabetes

8. American Diabetes Association Advocacy Update

9. Diabetes Research Updates

10. Statewide Professional Diabetes Education Updates

11. Coordinating Calendar Items (Information about upcoming conferences, events, etc.)

12. Next Meeting Date – April 26, 2017

13. Public Comments

14. Adjournment


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Agency Name: State Board of Dental Examiners
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Anesthesia Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Suite 2-225
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000490
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Andrea Gonzalez 512-305-7298
Agenda: I. CALL TO ORDER.
II. ROLL CALL OF COMMITIEE MEMBERS.
III. PUBLIC COMMENTS.
IV. DISCUSSION AND ACTION:
a. Blue Ribbon Panel Report on Dental Anesthesia/Safety
b. Sunset Management Actions
c. Proposed Chapter 110 rules and public comments
V. DISCUSSION AND ACTION ON NEW BUSINESS:
a. New rule related to high risk patients
b. New rule related to sedation/anesthesia course approvals
c. Continue review and modification of Chapter 110 rules
VI. ADJOURN


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Agency Name: Lakes Regional Community Center
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 05:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 655 Airport Road
City Location: Sulphur Springs
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000552
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Judy Dodd 972-288-2000 x 1149 Jeannie Maddox 972-388-2000 x 1196
Agenda:
LAKES REGIONAL COMMUNITY CENTER
REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
655 AIRPORT ROAD, SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS 75483
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2017, 5 PM

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

01.02.17 APPROVAL OF MINUTES
• Regular Board Meeting Minutes of December 7, 2016.

01.03.17 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.

01.04.17 COMMITTEE MEETING REPORTS
• None

01.05.17 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR APPROVAL
• Scott, Singleton, Fincher, & Company, P.C.˃Certified Public Accountant Firm will present the FY-2016 annual Financial Audit Report for the Center.

• Motion to accept Center’s annual audit report as presented by: Scott, Singleton, Fincher, & Company, P.C.˃Certified Public Accountant..

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

01.07.17 FISCAL REPORT (Don Smith)
• Motion to Accept Center’s Financial Statements for Periods Ending: November 30 and December, 2016.
• Motion to Accept Quarterly Investment Report.

01.08.17 MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES REPORT
(James Williams)
• General Revenue Waiting List
• NorthSTAR Contract
• Terrell Center Vacancies

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

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


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


01.12.17 ADJOURNMENT






Lakes Regional Community Center
Upcoming Board-Related Meetings & Events


Next Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
February 22nd, 2017

1525 Airport Road
Rockwall, Texas 75087























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Agency Name: Border Region MHMR Community Center
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 200 East Seventh Avenue
City Location: Zapata
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000549
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Esmeralda Pompa 956.794.3009
Agenda: BOARD OF TRUSTEES
BORDER REGION BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
COUNTIES OF JIM HOGG, STARR, WEBB, ZAPATA


PUBLIC NOTICE OF MEETING

Notice is hereby given that on Wednesday, January 25, 2017, the Board of Trustees of Border Region MHMR Community Center dba Border Region Behavioral Health Center will hold a regular meeting at 11:00 a.m. in the Zapata County Courthouse, Second Floor, Room 248, located at 200 East Seventh Avenue in Zapata, Texas.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MAY CHOOSE TO MEET IN A CLOSED MEETING (EXECUTIVE SESSION) AS PERMITTED BY THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT, TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE, CHAPTER 551, SUBCHAPTER D, SECTION 551.101, ET.SEQ., ON ANY ITEM OF THIS AGENDA AS DEEMED APPROPRIATE INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO CONSULTATION WITH ATTORNEY, DELIBERATIONS REGARDING REAL PROPERTY, A PROSPECTIVE GIFT, PERSONNEL MATTERS, TO CONFERENCE WITH AN EMPLOYEE, AND/OR DELIBERATIONS REGARDING SECURITY DEVICES.

If you require any of the auxiliary aids or services identified in the Americans with Disabilities Act in order to attend this meeting, please call (956) 794-3009 at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled time of this meeting.

Agenda




01.01.17 Call to Order
01.02.17 Roll Call; Establish Quorum
01.03.17 Open Forum – If you wish to address the Board, please write your name, address, county of residence and topic you wish to discuss on the “Open Forum Sign-Up Sheet.” No more than three (3) speakers will be allowed time to address each side of a topic. All speakers are limited to three (3) minutes. If you are raising issues relating to a non-agenda item, Texas law prohibits the Board from discussing or acting on any issue, which has not been noticed in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act
01.04.17 Approval of December 07, 2016, Board Meeting minutes
01.05.17 Discussion and possible action to approve the Independent Audit for Fiscal Year 2016
01.06.17 Interim Executive Director’s Report
.01 Program Services
• Adult Behavioral Health Unit Executive Summary
• Children Adolescent and Parent Services Executive Summary
• Intellectual and Developmental Disability Executive Summary
• Quality Management Executive Summary
• Support Services Executive Summary
.02 Quality Management Report
.03 1115 Waiver Report
.05 Informational Items
.06 Presentation on Suicide Policy Draft
01.07.17 Discussion and possible action to accept donations as presented by Mr. Rolando Gutierrez, Interim Executive Director
01.08.17 Discussion and possible action to accept the Financial Reports of November (unaudited), as presented
• November 2016 Financial Statements
• Overtime Earnings Report
01.09.17 Planning and Network Advisory Committee Report
.01 Approval of October 12, 2016 PNAC Minutes
01.10.17 Discussion and possible action to update the LVN and RN Salary Schedule
01.11.17 Discussion and possible action to update the LPHA /LPC Salary Schedule
01.12.17 Discussion and possible action to enter into a Contract/Business Associates Agreement with Health Trax RX to provide Laboratory Testing Services to clients of Border Region based on medical necessity
01.13.17 Closed Session pursuant to Texas Government Code §551.071 and §551.074 regarding Status of Executive Director Search
01.14.17 Action Regarding Employment of Executive Director and Matters Related Thereto
01.15.17 Chairman’s Report
01.16.17 Adjournment



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Agency Name: Hays County Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 21001 North IH 35
City Location: Kyle
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000213
Submit Date: 01/10/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: David G. Valle, Chief Appraiser Hays Central Appraisal District 21001 North IH 35 Kyle, Texas 78640
Agenda: Notice is hereby given pursuant to the requirements of the Open Meeting Act Section 551.041 of the Texas Government code, the Hays County Appraisal Review Board will meet
Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 9.00 am at 21001 N. IH 35, Kyle, Texas. The proposed agenda will be as follows.

1) Call to Order
2) Establishment of a Quorum
3) Swearing in ARB Members for 2017
4) Swear in Appraisal Staff for 2017
5) Approve minutes for meeting held December 07, 2016
6) Hear scheduled protest and take necessary action
7) Adjourn to executive session pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071 of the Texas Open Meetings Act for the following purpose:

a) 551.071 –Private Consultation with legal counsel on any and all subjects or matters authorized by law.

8) Review and take action on 25.25 motions to appraisal records for current and prior years’ appraisal roll.
9) Hear and/or determine protest for taxing unit challenge petition for current year appraisal roll.
10) Accept and approve supplemental appraisal records for current and prior years’ appraisal roll.
11) Review previously protested and tabled accounts and take necessary action.
12) Grant or deny late protests and re-hearing requests and take necessary action.
13) Review and take action on changes to protest hearing procedures.
14) Public comments
15) Set date and time of next meeting
16) Adjourn



_________________________________________.
Dianne VanCura, ARB Chairman




The above notice of meeting was posted on _____________________________, 2017 at _____________ at the Hays County Government Center on Stagecoach Trl.



_________________________________________.
Hays County Clerk/Deputy Chief


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Agency Name: Alamo Area Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: AACOG Board of Directors Meeting
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 8700 Tesoro Dr., Suite 100
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000578
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
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, January 25, 2017 - 10:00 a.m.
Al J. Notzon Ill Board Room
8700 Tesoro Drive, Suite 100
San Antonio, TX 78217-6228

Request All Electronic Devices Be Silenced

1. Meeting called to Order - Chairman Schuchart
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 - Susie Ernst
3. Pledge of Allegiance and Texas Pledge of Allegiance - Chairman Schuchart
4. Public Comments - Chairman Schuchart
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 - Chairman Schuchart
Presentations
6. U.S. Small Business Administration - Anthony Ruiz, District Director-San Antonio District Office
7. U.S. Census Bureau, 2020 Census - Vicki McIntire, Assistant Regional Director
8. Big-Box Merchants “Dark Stores Tax Loophole". - Michael Amezquita, Chief Appraiser with
the Bexar Appraisal District
Executive Director
9. 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
10. Consider and act upon the approval of the December 7, 2016 minutes.
11. Consider and act upon the recommendation from the Planning and Network Advisory
Committee (PNAC) for approval of two PNAC Member nominations. - Susan Lodge
12. Consider and act upon the recommendation from the Bexar Senior Advisory Committee
(BSAC) for approval of BSAC Member. - Annie Erickson
From Executive Committee
13. Consider and act upon the recommendation regarding the Year End 2016 financial report. -
John Clamp
A. Balance Sheet
B. Revenue and Expenditures
C. Administrative Budgets
D. Investment Summary
14. Agency Contract Performance Report - Diane Rath
New Business
15. Consider and act upon the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to execute
Department of Energy (DOE) 2016 contract amendment to increase funding by $65,443 for a
total of $386,272 through June 30, 2017, to include a 2017 budget modification. - Mayra Rivero
16. Consider and act upon the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to execute a
contract with the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) to accept
2017 Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) contract 81170002651 in the amount of
$1,394,831. A budget revision to AACOG 2017 budget will be submitted. - Mayra Rivero
17. Consider and act upon the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to execute a
17. Consider and act upon the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to execute a
second contract amendment for the 2016 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
(LIHEAP) for increased funding in the amount of $55,207 for a contract total of $1,555,112, to
include a 2017 budget modification and contract extension through March 2017. - Mayra
Rivero
18. Consider and act upon the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to execute a
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) 502 Air Base
Wing and AACOG in support of the Air Force Community Partnership Program. - Marcela
Medina
19. Consider and act upon on the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to apply for
and accept funding in the amount of $66,508.24 for the Investigative Topics for Victims of
Violence Against Women Program (VAWA) from the Office of the Governor – Criminal Justice
Division (CJD); and adopt a resolution in support of the project. - Richard Bryan
20. Consider and act upon the recommendation to increase the ozone monitoring contractual
amount by $60,000 for the operation of a 915-MHz radar wind profiler (RWP) or similar radio
acoustic sounding system (RASS) and ceilometer during part of the 2017 ozone season for a
total not to exceed $280,000 and modify the AACOG Budget accordingly. - Steven Smeltzer
21. Consider and act upon the recommendation to approve the Quality Assurance review and
Internal Audit schedule for Calendar Years 2017-2018. - Jacob Ulczynski
22. Consider and act upon the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to accept and
execute the final FY 2016-2017 Health and Human Services Contract Amendment #3, for an
expected amount of approximately $87,971.00. - Jacob Ulczynski
Executive Session
23. The Executive Committee shall convene into executive session to deliberate the following: -
Cliff Herberg
A. Deliberate and receive advice regarding the following pending or contemplated litigation
and legal matters concerning privileged 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, Consultation with Attorney:
1. Potential or pending litigation involving former employee:
Martha Spinks; and
Rose Ryan;
2. EEOC Complaints:
Rose Ryan
3. Unemployment Claims:
Richard Morales; and
Rose Ryan
B. Consider and act upon the annual evaluation of the Executive Director pursuant to Texas
Government Code Section 551.074.
24. Consider and act upon the items discussed in executive session. - Chairman Schuchart
25. Next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at AACOG in the
Al J. Notzon Ill Board Room. - Chairman Schuchart
26. Adjournment - Chairman Schuchart

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 January, 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 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: Alamo Area Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
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: 2017000638
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
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, January 25, 2017 - 10:00 a.m.
Al J. Notzon Ill Board Room
8700 Tesoro Drive, Suite 100
San Antonio, TX 78217-6228

Request All Electronic Devices Be Silenced

1. Meeting called to Order - Chairman Schuchart
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 - Susie Ernst
3. Pledge of Allegiance and Texas Pledge of Allegiance - Chairman Schuchart
4. Public Comments - Chairman Schuchart
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 - Chairman Schuchart
Presentations
6. U.S. Small Business Administration - Anthony Ruiz, District Director-San Antonio District Office
7. U.S. Census Bureau, 2020 Census - Vicki McIntire, Assistant Regional Director
8. Big-Box Merchants “Dark Stores Tax Loophole". - Michael Amezquita, Chief Appraiser with
the Bexar Appraisal District
Executive Director
9. 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
10. Consider and act upon the approval of the December 7, 2016 minutes.
11. Consider and act upon the recommendation from the Planning and Network Advisory
Committee (PNAC) for approval of two PNAC Member nominations. - Susan Lodge
12. Consider and act upon the recommendation from the Bexar Senior Advisory Committee
(BSAC) for approval of BSAC Member. - Annie Erickson
From Executive Committee
13. Consider and act upon the recommendation regarding the Year End 2016 financial report. -
John Clamp
A. Balance Sheet
B. Revenue and Expenditures
C. Administrative Budgets
D. Investment Summary
14. Agency Contract Performance Report - Diane Rath
New Business
15. Consider and act upon the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to execute
Department of Energy (DOE) 2016 contract amendment to increase funding by $65,443 for a
total of $386,272 through June 30, 2017, to include a 2017 budget modification. - Mayra Rivero
16. Consider and act upon the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to execute a
contract with the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) to accept
2017 Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) contract 81170002651 in the amount of
$1,394,831. A budget revision to AACOG 2017 budget will be submitted. - Mayra Rivero
17. Consider and act upon the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to execute a
17. Consider and act upon the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to execute a
second contract amendment for the 2016 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
(LIHEAP) for increased funding in the amount of $55,207 for a contract total of $1,555,112, to
include a 2017 budget modification and contract extension through March 2017. - Mayra
Rivero
18. Consider and act upon the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to execute a
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) 502 Air Base
Wing and AACOG in support of the Air Force Community Partnership Program. - Marcela
Medina
19. Consider and act upon on the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to apply for
and accept funding in the amount of $66,508.24 for the Investigative Topics for Victims of
Violence Against Women Program (VAWA) from the Office of the Governor – Criminal Justice
Division (CJD); and adopt a resolution in support of the project. - Richard Bryan
20. Consider and act upon the recommendation to increase the ozone monitoring contractual
amount by $60,000 for the operation of a 915-MHz radar wind profiler (RWP) or similar radio
acoustic sounding system (RASS) and ceilometer during part of the 2017 ozone season for a
total not to exceed $280,000 and modify the AACOG Budget accordingly. - Steven Smeltzer
21. Consider and act upon the recommendation to approve the Quality Assurance review and
Internal Audit schedule for Calendar Years 2017-2018. - Jacob Ulczynski
22. Consider and act upon the recommendation to authorize the Executive Director to accept and
execute the final FY 2016-2017 Health and Human Services Contract Amendment #3, for an
expected amount of approximately $87,971.00. - Jacob Ulczynski
Executive Session
23. The Board of Directors shall convene into executive session to deliberate the following: - Cliff
Herberg
A. Deliberate and receive advice regarding the following pending or contemplated litigation
and legal matters concerning privileged 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, Consultation with Attorney:
1. Potential or pending litigation involving former employee:
Martha Spinks; and
Rose Ryan;
2. EEOC Complaints:
Rose Ryan
3. Unemployment Claims:
Richard Morales; and
Rose Ryan
B. Consider and act upon the annual evaluation of the Executive Director pursuant to Texas
Government Code Section 551.074.
24. Consider and act upon the items discussed in executive session. - Chairman Schuchart
25. Next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at AACOG in the
Al J. Notzon Ill Board Room. - Chairman Schuchart
26. Adjournment - Chairman Schuchart

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 January, 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 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: Alamo Area Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: AACOG Area Judges Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 8700 Tesoro Dr., Suite 100
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000606
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Diane Rath, drath@aacog.com, 210-362-5201
Agenda: Agenda
Area Judges Meeting January 25, 2017
to follow the AACOG Board of Directors Meeting scheduled at 10:00 a.m.
Al J. Notzon Ill Board Room 8700 Tesoro Drive, Suite 100 San Antonio, TX 78217-6228

1. Meeting called to Order.
2. Roll Call.

3.
Public Comments
This time is for anyone to comment to the Advisory Committee on issues and items of concern. There
will be no deliberation or action on these comments. Time allowed is at the discretion of the
Chairman, with three (3) minutes being customary.

4.
Consider and act upon approval of the December 7, 2016 minutes.
5. Consider and act upon election of 2017 Area Judges Chair and Vice Chair.
6. Monthly Reports from Workforce Solutions Alamo - Alan Miller, Interim Executive Director

7.
The following Program Reports will be presented for information:

A. Alamo Area Agency on Aging - Annie Erickson
B. Alamo Regional Transit - James Devine
C. Weatherization Assistance Program - Mayra Rivero

8.
Next meeting scheduled TBD to follow the AACOG Board of Directors meeting in the Al J. Notzon III
Board Room.
9. Adjournment.
NOTE: The Area Judges reserves the right to retire into executive session concerning any of the
items on this Agenda whenever it is considered necessary and legally justified under the Open
Meetings Act (Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code).

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
including interpreters for the deaf, at (210) 362-5200 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting or by
calling Texas Relay at 1-1 for assistance.


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Agency Name: Alamo Area Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: AACOG Alamo Regional Rural Planning Organization
Status: Active
Street Location: 8700 Tesoro Dr., Suite 100
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000609
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Diane Rath, drath@aacog.com, 210-362-5201
Agenda: Agenda
Alamo Regional Rural Planning Organization (ARRPO)
January 25, 2017
to follow the AACOG Area Judges Meeting Al J. Notzon Ill Board Room
8700 Tesoro Drive, Suite 100 San Antonio, TX 78217-6228
1. Meeting called to Order.

2. Roll Call.

3. Public Comments
This time is for anyone to comment to the Alamo Regional Rural Planning Organization on issues and
items of concern. There will be no deliberation or action on these comments. Time allowed is at the
discretion of the Chairman; with three (3) minutes being customary.

4. Consider and act upon approval of the October 26, 2016 minutes.

5. Consider and act upon the election of 2017 AARPO Chair and Vice Chair.

6. Consider and act upon the approval of the AARPO Technical Paper and County Projects approval.

7. Presentation of the TxDOT District Project Update.

8. Presentation of the MPO Thoroughfare Study - Jeanne Geiger, Asst. Director of MPO

9. Details of the Corridor Preservation and Management Workshop in March.

10. Next meeting date: Corridor Management Workshop March, 2017

11. 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
ing interpreters for the deaf, at (210) 362-5200 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting or by
calling Texas Relay at assistance.


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Agency Name: North East Texas Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Mount Pleasant Civic Center, 1800 North Jefferson
City Location: Mount Pleasant
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000591
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
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: January 25, 2017
Time: 9:30 AM

1. Call To Order

2. Determination of a Quorum

3. Declaration of Conflict of Interest

4. 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.

5. Discussion, consideration and possible action regarding approval of the September 28, 2016 Executive
Committee minutes.*

6. Discussion and action regarding committee assignments for new Board members.

7. 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 Board’s departments.

• FY 2016 Annual Report
• Vocational Rehabilitation Consolidation
• National Association of Workforce Boards Annual Conference
• Quarterly Chief Elected Official (CEO) Meeting

8. Announcements

9. Adjourn


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Agency Name: North East Texas Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
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: 2017000590
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: April Corbit Board Relations Coordinator 911 North Bishop, Building A100 Wake Village, Texas 75501 (903) 794-9490 X 512 april.corbit@netxworks.org
Agenda: Place: Mount Pleasant Civic Center
1800 North Jefferson
Mount Pleasant, Texas
Date: January 25, 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 October 25, 2016*

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
• Requirement to Provide Financial Literacy Training
• Determination of County Work Search Contact Requirements
• Documentation of Choices Participation Hours
• Migrant and Seasonal Farmer Work Program
• Administration of Trade Adjustment Assistance
• Foreign Labor Certification Verification of Employment Eligibility
• Rapid Reemployment Services
• WOTC Conditional Certification Process
• SNAP E&T
• Incentives and Stipends
• OJT and Customized Training
• Supporting UI Appeals
• Labor Disputes
• Consequences of Misuse of Information Systems
• Internet Usage
• Management of Unsolicited Electronic Mail
• Confiscating Unauthorized Technology
• Short-term Work Readiness/Educational Services
• WIOA Priority of Service for Adults

Policy Rescissions
• Provider Open Enrollment
• Use of Dial-Up Internet Service Providers on Board Owned Computers

9. Consider Reports From:
A. Executive Committee Chairman’s Report (Jennifer Harland)
• Report on committee assignments

B. Internal Affairs Committee Chairman’s Report (Anthony Pinkham)
• Discussion, consideration and action regarding the monthly financial reports.*
• Discussion, consideration and action regarding the amended budget for FY2017*
• Report on external and internal monitoring and contracted performance measures. *

C. External Affairs Committee Chairman’s Report (Sheryl Paden)
• Discussion regarding current projects and events

10. 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 Board’s departments.
• TWC Annual Conference
• FY2016 Annual Report

11. Consider Discussion of Future Agenda Items

12. Announcements
• Quarterly meeting with the Chief Elected Officials on January 26, 2017 at the Titus County Extension Office in Mount Pleasant
• New Board Member Orientation immediately following adjournment

13. Comments from Chief Elected Officials

14. Adjourn
• Labor Market Information*


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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region 14
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1850 Highway 351
City Location: Abilene
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000551
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Melissa Morales, Region 14 Education Service Center, 1850 Highway 351, Abilene, TX 79601; 325-675-8608
Agenda:

A G E N D A

1.0 Call to Order

2.0 Introduction of Guests

3.0 Action Items
3.1 Project Summary Abstract

4.0 Information & Discussion

5.0 Adjourn


Members of the Board of Directors
May Convene into Executive Session.


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Agency Name: Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board and Membership
Status: Active
Street Location: LRGVDC Main Campus, Bldg B, 301 W. Railroad St.
City Location: Weslaco
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000581
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Debby Morales, Executive Secretary, 956-682-3481
Agenda: PRESIDING: MAYOR TONY MARTINEZ, PRESIDENT

1. Call to Order & Roll Call President

A. Invocation
B. Pledge of Allegiance


2. Consider Approval of Meeting Minutes President

A. Membership Meeting of May 25, 2016


B. Board Meeting of December 7, 2016


3. Administration President

A. Report(s) from Legislative Delegation

B. Public Comment

C. Act on Recommendations from Nominating Committee Mayor Celeste Sanchez
Committee Chair
1. Consider Recommendation to Fill Vacant Seat for Member-at-Large to the Membership

2. Consider Recommendation of One (1) Person from Remaining Members-at-Large to Fill Vacancy on the Board of Directors

3. Consider Recommendation to Fill Vacant Secretary Seat

D. Act on Recommendations from Annual Work Program & Budget Committee Mayor Celeste Sanchez
Committee Chair
1. Consider Adoption of FY 2017 Annual Work Program

2. Consider Adoption of FY 2017 Annual Budget

E. Consider Approval of Resolution to Add TexPool Prime Crystal Balboa
Director of Finance

F. Consider Approval of Quarterly and Annual Investment Reports Crystal Balboa
Director of Finance

G. Executive Director Report Ron Garza
Executive Director

1. Discussion and Consideration of 2017 LRGVDC Board of Directors’ Meeting Schedule

2. LRGVDC Updates & Activities

a. Invitation to Sit on the Governing Board of Future of the Region South Texas (FOTRST)

b. Consider Approval to Livestream Board of Directors’ Meetings

3. Regional Spot Light

a. IT’S TIME TEXAS Community Challenge Cindy Salazar
RGV Regional Coordinator


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 Report

1. Texas Silver Haired Legislature


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

1. Keeping PACE in the Valley Status Report
2. Regional Small Cities Coalition Status Report


7. Report from Hidalgo County Metropolitan Planning Organization (HCMPO) Andrew Canon
Director
A. Status Update


8. Report from Homeland Security Manuel Cruz
Director
A. Act upon Homeland Security Program Recommendations

1. Consider Approval of FY HSAC Recommendations Regarding Nominations for HSAC Chair and Vice Chair for FY 2017

2. Consider Approval of FY 2017 Homeland Security Grant Program Reallocation of Funding from City of Edinburg, City of Mission, and Hidalgo County to LRGVDC, and Adoption of Resolutions

3. Consider Approval of FY 2017 Homeland Security Grant Program Resolution

4. Program Status Reports

a. Homeland Security Grant 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. Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) Recommendations

1. Consider Approval of Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) Nominations for Chair, Vice Chair, and Parliamentarian/Secretary


2. Consider Approval of Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) Policy Manual


3. Consider Approval of Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) Bylaws


4. Consider Approval of Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) Scoring Instrument


5. Consider Approval to Apply for FY2017/2018 Criminal Justice Division – Victims of Crime Act (VOCA)

6. Program Status Report

a. Criminal Justice Program Status Report

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

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 and Training Center Glenda Garcia, Assistant Director
David Briales, Assistant Director

A. Consider Approval of Revisions to Adjunct Instructor Procedure/Contract


B. Consider Approval of Instructor Monitoring Checklist and Report


C. Status Reports from Regional Police Academy

1. In-Service Training
2. Basic Peace Officer Academy
3. Training Courses Reported (November/December 2016)
4. November/December 2016 Training Courses
5. Regional Police Academy & Training Center
6. Academy Projected Graduation Dates


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

1. Program Status Reports

a. Ridership Report
b. Regional Transportation Advisory Panel (RTAP) Activity
c. Federal Transit Administration FY 2016 Triennial Review


12. Executive Session RE: Annual Evaluation and Salary Consideration for Executive Director President


13. Old or New Business President

A. Reservoir Levels


14. Adjourn President


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Agency Name: West Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
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: 2017000566
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Tom Smith 325-672-8544
Agenda:
I. CALL TO ORDER

II. INVOCATION

III. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV. RECOGNITION OF THE NEW EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBER JUDGE KEN HOLT OF FISHER COUNTY

V. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF NOVEMBER 9, 2016 MEETING (ACTION)

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

VII. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING RATIFICATION OF APPROVAL FOR THE HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT TO PURCHASE EQUIPMENT (ACTION)

VIII. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING APPROVAL TO APPOINT A NEW HOMELAND SECURITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE BOARD MEMBER (ACTION)

IX. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OF TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION FOR THE HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT’S GRANT REQUEST (ACTION)

X. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE APPROVAL TO PURCHASE HOMELAND SECURITY COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT (ACTION)

XI. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE APPROVAL OF THE ISSUANCE OF A RFP FOR SENIOR NUTRITION SERVICES PROGRAM (ACTION)

XII. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING RATIFICATION FOR A USDA GRANT (ACTION)

XIII. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING APPROVAL OF H20 CONTRACT (ACTION)

XIV. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL RECEIVE REPORT FROM THE REGIONAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT ON THE USDA PROGRAM


XV. ADJOURN


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Agency Name: West Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 3702 Loop 322
City Location: Abilene
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000275
Submit Date: 01/11/2017
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 February 24, 2016 (ACTION)
President Fritz

III. Presentation on Certified economic development strategy(CEDS) survey 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

VI. ADJOURN (action)
President Fritz





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Agency Name: Stephens Regional Special Utility District
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:50 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 204 FM 3099
City Location: Breckenridge
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000544
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
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. 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, bonding company’s conduction of pre-bid conference, reletting of bids, contractors including sub-contractors, contracts, addendums, or any other related matters as may be necessary.

4. Any Board action as a result of above item.

5. Ongoing Projects Item: Any discussion and reports and/or any necessary action related to any required approval, funding, legal matters or related 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. Any action as may be necessary.

6. Board item and report related to the District's Water Treatment Plant operational evaporation pond and related matters. The Board may discuss other immediate, temporary, or permanent solutions to operational concerns at the Water Treatment Plant Site including, but not limited to, the availability of grant or loan funds to increase overall Evaporation Pond capacity and/or reduce reject from the WTP, and other alternatives.

7. Any Board action as a result of above item.

8. 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.

9. Any Board action as a result of above items, Executive Session.

10. 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: Canyon Regional Water Authority
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Budget Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 850 Lakeside Pass
City Location: New Braunfels
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000517
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ritzie Watkins 830-609-0543
Agenda: The committee will visit with Ken Fortner regarding non auditor accounting services.
Discuss guidelines for the Repair and Replacement Funds.
Request for Proposals for new auditor.


Committee Members
Mike Taylor
Dennis Dreyer
Jon Lindgren
Marchell Camp Gebhardt
Craig Russell


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Agency Name: Canyon Regional Water Authority
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
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: 2017000476
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ritzie Watkins 830-609-0543
Agenda: tem 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 bids for construction projects on Wells Ranch project

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. Report on the NBU and GBRA applications for water on Lake Dunlap.

Item 7. 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: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 170 Charles Austin Drive
City Location: San Marcos
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000572
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Graham Moore (512-294-3214)
Agenda: Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 3:00 PM

San Marcos Recreational Hall
170 Charles Austin Drive, 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, January 25, 2017, at the San Marcos Recreational Hall, 170 Charles Austin Drive, 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 December 21, 2016. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

D.2 Consider approval of the financial report for the period ending December 2016. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

D.3 Consider approval of the quarterly financial report for the period ending December 31, 2016. ~ 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 Discussion and possible adoption of the proposed Agency Board meeting schedule for 2017. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E.4 Update, discussion and possible direction to Staff on the Agency’s permit applications filed with the Plum Creek Conservation District for production and transportation of Carrizo water. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E.5 Consider adoption of Resolution 20170125-001 approving a Monitoring Well System Construction, Operation and Maintenance Agreement between the Agency and the Gonzales County Underground Water Conservation District and other parties, as recommended by the Executive Director. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E.6 Update on the Agency’s 2017 SWIFT Abridged Application. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E.7 Discussion of legislative issues for the 85th Texas Legislature, and possible direction to Staff. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E.8 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 and Hays County activities. ~ Graham Moore, P.E., Executive Director

E.9 Consider adoption of Resolution 20170125-002 approving amendments to the Executive Director employment contract. ~ Kenneth Williams, Director (Buda)


F. EXECUTIVE SESSION

F.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) and/or Section 551.074 (Personnel Matters) regarding:
A. Water supply partnership options
B. Acquisition of real property for water supply project purposes
C. HCPUA’s permit application pending before the Plum Creek Conservation District
D. Annual performance evaluation of Executive Director, Graham Moore

F.2 Action from Executive Session on the following matters:
A. Water supply partnership options
B. Acquisition of real property for water supply project purposes
C. HCPUA’s permit application pending before the Plum Creek Conservation District
D. Annual performance evaluation of Executive Director, Graham Moore


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

H. BOARD MEMBER ITEMS – no action to be taken.

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: San Antonio Water System
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Disciplinary Action Appeals Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 2800 US Hwy 281 North
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000635
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: For assistance, please contact Sandie Thompson as 210-233-3394.
Agenda: PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING
SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM
DISCIPLINARY ACTION APPEALS COMMITTEE
SAWS Headquarters, 2800 U.S. HWY 281 North, San Antonio, TX 78212
Customer Center Building (Tower II), Conference Room #137
January 25, 2017 9:30 a.m.

1. Scheduled public hearing followed by Executive Session (pursuant to the Texas Open Meetings Act) at 9:30 a.m., for the purpose of deliberating and making recommendations to the President/Chief Executive Officer of the San Antonio Water System on the appeal of Armando Garibay, who received a NOTICE OF SUSPENSION on March 14, 2016.

TAKE NOTICE THAT A MEETING OF THE SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM DISCIPLINARY ACTION APPEALS COMMITTEE WILL BE HELD IN THE CONFERENCE ROOM 137, LOCATED ON THE FIRST FLOOR OF 2800 U.S. HIGHWAY 281 NORTH, TOWER II, COMMENCING AT 9:30 A.M. ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2017, TO CONSIDER AND ACT UPON ANY LAWFUL SUBJECT THAT MAY COME BEFORE IT INCLUDING, AMONG OTHERS:

1. HEARING OF APPEALS OF SUSPENSION, TERMINATION AND/OR DEMOTION

2. CITIZENS TO BE HEARD

3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

CONFERENCE ROOM 137 IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.


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 Sandie Thompson at (210)-233-3394 or 711 (Texas Relay Service for the Deaf).


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Agency Name: Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc.
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Finance Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 801 W San Antonio Street
City Location: New Braunfels
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000587
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kimberly Jonas 830-303-4376
Agenda: Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc., (CCSCT)
Finance Committee Meeting
January 25, 2017 10:00 AM
McKenna Center
801 W. San Antonio Street New Braunfels, Texas 78130

AGENDA

1. Call Meeting To Order

2. Establish Quorum

3. Approve Order of Agenda - (Action Item)

4. ACTION AGENDA

A. Consider and make recommendation to the CCSCT Board for approval of the Agency Single Audit for FY ending October 31, 2016 as presented by McConnell & Jones LLP (Handout)

B. Consider and make recommendation to the CCSCT Board for approval of the amended CCSCT Financial Policies and Procedures Manual (Handout)

5. EXECUTIVE SESSION

6. The Board may at any time during the meeting close the meeting and hold an Executive Session pursuant to the Texas Open Meetings act codified in Sections 551.071-551.090, Texas Government code which permits closed meetings.


7. ADJOURNMENT


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Agency Name: Greater Harris County 9-1-1 Emergency Network
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
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: 2017000576
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
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, JANUARY 25, 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. Consideration Of Request For Approval Of Minutes
From Board Meeting Of December 14, 2016
3. Citizens Appearances
4. Financial ReportTransmittal And Discussion Of Monthly Report
5. Staff ReportsTransmittal And Discussion On Regulatory And Operational Matters
6. Personnel Committee Update

7. Request For Approval To Contract With A Recommended Vendor for IT/Security Audit Services
8. Recognition Of Diana Porché (Retiring From AT&T) For Her Service To 9-1-1 Emergency Communications
9. Emergency/Supplemental Items
10. 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: Workforce Solutions for North Central Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 3113 S. Carrier Parkway
City Location: Grand Prairie
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000637
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Angela Alcedo 817-695-9184
Agenda: 1. Call to Order Roger Harris, Chairman Workforce Solutions for North Central Texas
Hood County Judge, Darrell Cockerham, Lead CEO

2. Welcome, Introductions and Special Recognition


3. Declare Conflict of Interest


4. Workforce Solutions for North Central Texas Annual Report to the CEOs
a. Strategic Plan – Kay O’Dell
i. Enhance Professional Development – David Setzer
ii. Enhance Business Engagement and Human Capital Development –
Kent Andersen/Dana Buckholt
iii. Improving Organizational Focus – Debbie Kosarek
iv. Develop an Information Technology Infrastructure Plan – Michael Nicholas
b. Year End Financial Report – Randy Richardson
c. Monitoring Reports – Debbie Kosarek
d. Performance and Operations – Dana Buckholt and Michael Nicholas
e. Membership Report – Kay O’Dell
f. Recommendation to CEOs to Post for Public Comment and Submit to TWC the Local Workforce Development Plan.


5. CEO Action Items
a. Approval to Post for Public Comment and Submit to TWC the Local Workforce Development Plan.
b. Nominate and Elect a Lead Chief Elected Official and an Alternate Lead Chief Elected Official


6. Other Business


7. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County
Date of Meeting: 01/25/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 1900 Main Street
City Location: Houston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000641
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Reca Perry | 713-739-4879 | reca.perry@ridemetro.org
Agenda: ACTION
1. Approval of the minutes from the Regular Board Meeting of December 15, 2016 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

CONSENT AGENDA

6. Request Board approval of the monthly committee reports, including investment reports.
C. Siegel

7. Request Board approval to extend the commercial paper State Street credit facility.
C. Siegel

8. Request Board authorization to declare METRO owned properties as surplus and authorization to sell the properties.
C. Spieler

9. Request Board authorization for the President & CEO to modify the contract with 2Plus of Texas, Inc. for vanpool management services.
J. Robinson

SEPARATE CONSIDERATION

10. Request Board approval of the State Quadrennial Performance Audit report for Fiscal Years 2012-2015 prepared by Milligan & Company, LLC.
C. Siegel

11. Request Board authorization for the President & CEO to amend the High Occupancy Vehicle/High Occupancy Toll Lane policy to allow Qualified Veterans use of the High Occupancy Toll Lanes during non-peak hours at a toll discount.
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 METRO’s 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, including an agreement to compensate the Lofts at the Ballpark for diminished access; personnel matters, security matters and devices, legal issues regarding contract negotiations that may result in potential litigation.

12. Request Board authorization for the President & CEO to negotiate and execute an agreement on behalf of METRO regarding diminished access at the Lofts at the Ballpark.
C. Spieler


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Agency Name: Public Utility Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
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: 2017000542
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Nancy Hernandez (512)936-7169
Agenda: PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF TEXAS
OPEN MEETING AGENDA
THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 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.

COMMUNICATIONS

1. Docket No. 46091; SOAH Docket No. 473-16-5909 - Notice of Violation by GPSPS, Inc. of PURA §§ 55.303, Related to Verification of Change, and 17.151(a)(2), Related Requirements for Submitting Charges, and 16 TAC §§ 26.130(c)(1), Related to Changes by a Telecommunications Utility, and 26.32(d), Related to Protection Against Unauthorized Billing Charges. (Final Order) Davida Dwyer

2. Discussion and possible action regarding implementation of state and federal legislation affecting telecommunications markets, current and projected rulemaking projects, and Commission priorities.
ELECTRIC

3. Docket No. 46449; SOAH Docket No. 473-17-1764 - Application of Southwestern Electric Power Company for Authority to Change Rates. (Preliminary Order) Hannah Turner

4. 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

5. Docket No. 45524; SOAH Docket No. 473-16-2520 - Application of Southwestern Public Service Company for Authority to Change Rates. (Final Order) Davida Dwyer

6. 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. (Discussion and possible action) David Hrncir

7. 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)

8. Project No. 40979 - Proceeding to Track Compliance with the Terms and Conditions Set Forth in the Commission's Order Issued in Docket No. 40346 and the NUS, and Associated Studies Arising from the Order and/or NUS. (Discussion and possible action) Margaret Pemberton and Jacob Lawler

9. Project No. 42302 - Review of the Reliability Standard in the ERCOT Region. (Discussion and possible action) Julia Harvey and Jason Haas

10. Project No. 42750 - Matters Pertaining to or Arising Out of the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy of Energy Future Holdings. (Discussion and possible action) Brian Lloyd

11. Project No. 37344 - Information Related to the Entergy Regional State Committee. (Discussion and possible action)

12. Project No. 41210 - Information Related to the Southwest Power Pool Regional State Committee. (Discussion and possible action)

13. Project No. 41211 - Information Related to the Organization of MISO States. (Discussion and possible action)

14. 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.

15. Discussion and possible action regarding implementation of state and federal legislation, affecting electricity markets, current and projected rulemaking projects, and Commission priorities.
WATER

16. Docket No. 46256; SOAH Docket No. 473-17-1641.WS - Application of Liberty Utilities (Woodmark Sewer) Corporation and Liberty Utilities (Tall Timbers Sewer) Corporation for a Rate/Tariff Change. (Extension of Time) Carlos Carrasco

17. Docket No. 46661; SOAH Docket No. 473-17-1763.WS - City of Justin's Notice of Intent to Provide Water Service to Area Decertified from Aqua Texas, Inc. in Denton County. (Preliminary Order) Lisa Carter

18. Docket No. 43069; SOAH Docket No. 473-16-3408.WS - Application of Inline Development, LLC for a Rate/Tariff Change. (Final Order) David Hrncir

19. Docket No. 44809; SOAH Docket No. 473-16-1848.WS - Application of Quadvest, LP for a Rate/Tariff Change. (Final Order) John Kramer

20. Docket No. 45435; SOAH Docket No. 473-16-2750.WS - Complaint of Melanie Bittone Against Kingwood Lakes Apartments, Adara Communities, and Chowdary Yalamanchili. (Final Order) Davida Dwyer

21. Docket No. 46404 - Remand of Docket No. 42862 (Appeal of Water and Sewer Rates Charged by the Town of Woodloch CCN Nos. 12312 and 20141). (Final Order) John Kramer and Carlos Carrasco

22. Discussion and possible action regarding implementation of state legislation affecting water and sewer companies, current and projected rulemaking projects, and Commission priorities.
GENERAL

23. 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.

24. Discussion and possible action regarding customer service issues, including but not limited to correspondence and complaint issues.

25. Discussion and possible action on infrastructure reliability, emergency management, and homeland security.

26. 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
AEP Texas Commercial and Industrial Retail Limited Partnership v. Public Utility Commission, No. 03-13-00358-CV, in the Third Court of Appeals (Appeal of Docket No. 39509)

Entergy Texas, Inc. v. Public Utility Commission, No. 16-0385 in the Supreme Court of Texas (Appeal of Docket No. 39896)

Exelon Wind, LLC v. Public Utility Commission, No. 03-13-00084-CV, in the Third Court of Appeals (Appeal of Docket No. 37361)

HWY 3 MHP, LLC v. Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), No. 03-14-00303-CV in the Third Court of Appeals

State of Texas Agencies and Institutions of Higher Learning v. Public Utility Commission, No. 15-0005 in the Texas Supreme Court (Appeal of Docket No. 35717)

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)

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

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 Association of Counties Health and Employee Benefits Pool
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 575 Hyatt Lost Pines Road
City Location: Lost Pines
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000596
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Quincy Quinlan 512-478-8753
Agenda: Texas Association of Counties Health and Employee Benefits Pool
Board of Directors
Agenda
Date of Meeting: January 26-27, 2017
Location: Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Hotel
575 Hyatt Lost Pines Road
Lost Pines, Texas 78612
Call to Order - 9:00 a.m.
BOARD MEMBER TRAINING
1. Federal Legislative Update
2. High Cost Claimants
3. Financial Statements
4. State Legislative Update
5. What's Driving Trend (increase in medical costs)
6. Financial Markets
7. Fiduciary Responsibilities
Executive Reports
Investment Report
Recess and Reconvene: 9:00 a.m. January 27, 2017
DELIBERATE AND TAKE ACTION ON THE FOLLOWING:
BOARD MANAGEMENT:
1. Announce board member election results - introduce new and returning board
members
2. Announce appointment of board Chair and Vice-Chair
3. Announce appointment of Executive Committee
4. Designate Board Secretary
CONSENT AGENDA:
5. Consider approval of November 4, 2016 board minutes and the November 4, 2016
Grievance Committee minutes
6. Consider approval of new Member Accounts effective between November 5, 2016
and January 26, 2017
7. Consider approval of grievances and claims appeals determined under authority
delegated to the Texas Association of Counties (TAC) staff
REPORTS:
Executive Reports:
8. TAC Executive Director's Report
9. Health & Benefits Services Director's Report
10. Budget Report
Program Reports:
11. Underwriting, Marketing and Business Retention Report
12. Wellness Report
13. Subrogation Report
14. Claims Report
15. Public Employee Benefits Alliance (PEBA) report
DISCUSSION ITEMS:
Program Items:
16. Consider approval of underwriting services agreement with Bill Henry
17. Consider approval of Rudd and Wisdom actuarial services fee agreement
18. Consider authorizing staff to review retiree health program, including hiring a
consultant, and recommend changes to the executive committee
BOARD RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS


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Agency Name: Texas Association of Counties Health and Employee Benefits Pool
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
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: 2017000595
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Quincy Quinlan 512-478-8753
Agenda: Texas Association of Counties Health and Employee Benefits Pool
Board of Directors
Agenda
Date of Meeting: January 26-27, 2017
Location: Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Hotel
575 Hyatt Lost Pines Road
Lost Pines, Texas 78612
Call to Order - 9:00 a.m.
BOARD MEMBER TRAINING
1. Federal Legislative Update
2. High Cost Claimants
3. Financial Statements
4. State Legislative Update
5. What's Driving Trend (increase in medical costs)
6. Financial Markets
7. Fiduciary Responsibilities
Executive Reports
Investment Report
Recess and Reconvene: 9:00 a.m. January 27, 2017
DELIBERATE AND TAKE ACTION ON THE FOLLOWING:
BOARD MANAGEMENT:
1. Announce board member election results - introduce new and returning board
members
2. Announce appointment of board Chair and Vice-Chair
3. Announce appointment of Executive Committee
4. Designate Board Secretary
CONSENT AGENDA:
5. Consider approval of November 4, 2016 board minutes and the November 4, 2016
Grievance Committee minutes
6. Consider approval of new Member Accounts effective between November 5, 2016
and January 26, 2017
7. Consider approval of grievances and claims appeals determined under authority
delegated to the Texas Association of Counties (TAC) staff
REPORTS:
Executive Reports:
8. TAC Executive Director's Report
9. Health & Benefits Services Director's Report
10. Budget Report
Program Reports:
11. Underwriting, Marketing and Business Retention Report
12. Wellness Report
13. Subrogation Report
14. Claims Report
15. Public Employee Benefits Alliance (PEBA) report
DISCUSSION ITEMS:
Program Items:
16. Consider approval of underwriting services agreement with Bill Henry
17. Consider approval of Rudd and Wisdom actuarial services fee agreement
18. Consider authorizing staff to review retiree health program, including hiring a
consultant, and recommend changes to the executive committee
BOARD RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Transportation
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Public Transportation Advisory Committee
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 200 E. Riverside Drive, Auditorium
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2016008600
Submit Date: 12/30/2016
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Texas Department of Transportation Josh Ribakove (512) 374-5247
Agenda: PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Thursday, January 26, 2017 – 1:00 PM (local time)
Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT)
200 E. Riverside Drive, Auditorium
Austin, TX 78704

Agenda


1. Call to Order.

2. Safety Briefing.

3. Introduction of all current Public Transportation Advisory Committee (PTAC) members.

4. Approval of minutes from September 27, 2016 meeting. (Action)

5. TxDOT’s Public Transportation Division Director’s report to PTAC regarding public transportation matters.

6. Update on transit needs assessment work. (Action)

7. Review and discussion of articles of Texas Administrative Code under consideration for 2017 rulemaking efforts. (Action)

8. Discussion and development of PTAC Work Plan based on PTAC’s guiding principles and comments made at the January 22, 2015 meeting. (Action)

9. Public comment - Public comment will only be accepted in person. The public is invited to attend the meeting in person or listen by phone at a listen-in toll-free number: 1-866-637-1408 (US) with conference code: 897 305 0787. The meeting transcript will be placed on the Internet following the meeting.

10. Propose and discuss agenda items for next meeting; confirm date of next meeting. (Action)

11. Adjourn. (Action)

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

CERTIFYING OFFICIAL: Joanne Wright, Deputy General Counsel, (512) 463-8630.



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Agency Name: Texas Department of Transportation
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Public Transportation Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 200 E. Riverside Drive, Auditorium
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000094
Submit Date: 01/05/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Texas Department of Transportation Josh Ribakove (512) 374-5247
Agenda: PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Thursday, January 26, 2017 – 1:00 PM (local time)
Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT)
200 E. Riverside Drive, Auditorium
Austin, TX 78704

Agenda


1. Call to Order.

2. Safety Briefing.

3. Introduction of all current Public Transportation Advisory Committee (PTAC) members.

4. Approval of minutes from September 27, 2016 meeting. (Action)

5. TxDOT’s Public Transportation Division Director’s report to PTAC regarding public transportation matters.

6. Update on transit needs assessment work. (Action)

7. Review and discussion of areas of Texas Administrative Code under consideration for 2017 rulemaking efforts. (Action)

8. Discussion and development of PTAC Work Plan based on PTAC’s guiding principles and comments made at the January 22, 2015 meeting. (Action)

9. Public comment - Public comment will only be accepted in person. The public is invited to attend the meeting in person or listen by phone at a listen-in toll-free number: 1-855-437-3563 (US) with attendee access code: 598 304 40. The meeting transcript will be placed on the Internet following the meeting.

10. Propose and discuss agenda items for next meeting; confirm date of next meeting.
(Action)

11. Adjourn. (Action)

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

CERTIFYING OFFICIAL: Joanne Wright, Deputy General Counsel, (512) 463-8630.



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Agency Name: Texas Department of Transportation
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Public Transportation Advisory Committee
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 200 E. Riverside Drive, Auditorium
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2016008588
Submit Date: 12/29/2016
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Texas Department of Transportation Josh Ribakove (512) 374-5247
Agenda: PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Thursday, January 26, 2017 – 1:00 PM (local time)
Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT)
200 E. Riverside Drive, Auditorium
Austin, TX 78704

Agenda


1. Call to Order.

2. Safety Briefing.

3. Introduction of all current committee members.

4. Approval of minutes from September 27, 2016 meeting. (Action)

5. TxDOT’s Public Transportation Division Director’s report to the committee regarding public transportation matters.

6. Update on transit needs assessment work. (Action)

7. Review and discussion of articles of Texas Administrative Code under consideration for 2017 rulemaking efforts.

8. Discussion and development of Public Transportation Advisory Committee (PTAC) Work Plan based on PTAC’s guiding principles and comments made at the January 22, 2015 meeting. (Action)

9. Public comment - Public comment will only be accepted in person. The public is invited to attend the meeting in person or listen by phone at a listen-in toll-free number: 1-866-637-1408 (US) with conference code: 897 305 0787. An audio recording of the meeting will be placed on the Internet following the meeting.

10. Propose and discuss agenda items for next meeting; confirm date of next meeting.
(Action)

11. Adjourn. (Action)

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

CERTIFYING OFFICIAL: Joanne Wright, Deputy General Counsel, (512) 463-8630.



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Agency Name: Texas Department of Transportation
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 125 East 11th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000529
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
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
January 26, 2017

9:00 A.M. CONVENE MEETING

1. Safety Briefing

2. Consider approval of the Minutes of the December 14, 2016, workshop meeting and
the December 15, 2016, regular meeting of the Texas Transportation Commission

3. South Orient Rail Line
Consider authorizing the department to assist the lessee with negotiating a trackage
rights agreement with Union Pacific Railroad (MO) (Presentation)

4. Strategic Plan
Consider the adoption of an update to the 2017-2021 Strategic Plan (MO)

5. Highway Designation
Bell and Coryell Counties - Consider the designation of a segment of the state highway
system as I-14, concurrent with US 190 from the eastern junction of US 190 and Business US 190E in Copperas Cove to I-35 in Belton (MO)

6. Public Transportation
Various Counties - Consider the award of transportation development credits to Corpus
Christi Regional Transportation Authority, the City of Lubbock, and the City of Wichita Falls (MO)

7. Promulgation of Administrative Rules Under Title 43, Texas Administrative Code,
and the Administrative Procedure Act, Government Code, Chapter 2001:
Final Adoption
Chapter 9 - Contract and Grant Management
Amendments to §9.31, Definitions, §9.33, Precertification, and §9.34,
Comprehensive Process (Contracting for Architectural, Engineering, and Surveying Services) (MO)

8. Toll Operations
Travis and Williamson Counties - Consider approval to expend funds from the
Central Texas Turnpike System (CTTS) capital contribution account for the expansion of Segments 2 and 3 of the SH 130 element of the CTTS to add an additional toll lane in each direction from SH 45N to US 290 (Segment 2), and from US 290 to SH 71 (Segment 3). Consider the designation of an additional authorized representative under the Indenture of Trust for the CTTS. (MO)

9. Finance and Financial Assistance for Projects
a. Central Texas Turnpike System Revenue Bonds
Consider the approval of the Eighth Supplemental Indenture authorizing the issuance of one or more series of Central Texas Turnpike System (CTTS) Revenue Refunding Bonds to refund all or any portion of the outstanding CTTS bonds, the approval of the documents relating to such obligations and the refunding of certain outstanding CTTS obligations, and the designation of department officials to take all actions necessary to deliver the obligations (MO)
b. Texas Highway Improvement General Obligation Bonds
Consider the approval of a Fifth Supplemental Resolution authorizing the issuance of highway improvement general obligation (HIGO) refunding bonds in one or more series, the approval of documents relating to the issuance of such obligations and the refunding of certain outstanding HIGO obligations, and the designation of department officials to take all actions necessary to deliver the obligations (MO)
c. State Highway Fund Revenue Bonds
Consider the approval of a Ninth Supplemental Resolution authorizing the issuance of State Highway Fund revenue refunding obligations in one or more series, the approval of documents relating to the issuance of such obligations and the refunding of certain outstanding State Highway Fund revenue obligations, and the designation of department officials to take all actions necessary to deliver the obligations (MO)
d. Texas Mobility Fund Bonds
Consider the approval of a Thirteenth Supplemental Resolution authorizing the issuance of Texas Mobility Fund refunding obligations in one or more series, the approval of documents relating to the issuance of such obligations and the refunding of certain outstanding Texas Mobility Fund revenue bonds, and the designation of department officials to take all actions necessary to deliver the obligations (MO)
e. Quarterly Investment Report (MO)

10. Texas Mobility Fund
a. Calhoun County - Calhoun Port Authority - Consider approval of a grant in the
amount of up to $76,962 to Calhoun Port Authority for participation by the state in the payment of a portion of the costs of construction of a public transportation project to provide an access driveway and drainage improvements on the highway right of way at the south end of FM 1593 (2.5 miles south of the intersection of FM 1593 and SH 35) in Calhoun County, Texas, with funding from the Texas Mobility Fund established pursuant to Section 49-k, Article III, Texas Constitution (MO)
10. Texas Mobility Fund (continued)
b. Jefferson County - Port of Port Arthur - Consider approval of a grant in the
amount of up to $1,237,500 to the Port of Port Arthur for participation by the state in the payment of a portion of the costs of construction of a public transportation project to widen Lakeshore Drive in Jefferson County, Texas, with funding from the Texas Mobility Fund established pursuant to Section 49-k, Article III, Texas Constitution (MO)
c. Orange County - Orange County - Consider approval of a grant in the amount of
up to $550,618 to Orange County for participation by the state in the payment of a portion of the costs of construction of a public transportation project to widen Old Highway 90 and to upgrade the intersections at the I-10 frontage road and at the Port Access Road in Orange County, Texas, with funding from the Texas Mobility Fund established pursuant to Section 49-k, Article III, Texas Constitution (MO)

11. Contested Case
Travis County - CKORP, LLC v. Texas Department of Transportation - Consider action
on proposal for decision by administrative law judge concerning TxDOT’s decision to debar CKORP for a period of two years, final order (MO)

12. Contracts
Consider the award or rejection of contracts for highway construction and maintenance,
and construction and rehabilitation of buildings.
a. Construction of Highways and Other Transportation Facilities
(see attached itemized list) (MO)
b. Highway Maintenance
(see attached itemized list) (MO)
c. Construction and Rehabilitation of Buildings (MO)
(see attached itemized list) (MO)

13. 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)

14. Routine Minute Orders and Reports
a. Donations to the Department
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 owner’s land. (See attached itemized list) (MO)

14. Routine Minute Orders and Reports (continued)
b. Real Estate Dispositions
(1) Callahan County - FM 18 at Wise Street in Clyde - Consider the
quitclaim of right of way to the abutting landowners (MO)
(2) Ector County - I-20 at South Murphy Street in Odessa - Consider the sale
of a drainage easement (MO)
(3) Harris County - SH 3, west side, south of Fuqua Street in Houston -
Consider the sale of right of way to the abutting landowner (MO)
(4) Hays County - SH 80, from RM 12 to SL 82, and FM 2439, from RM 12
to Moore Street, in San Marcos - Consider removal from the system, transfer of control, jurisdiction, and maintenance to the City of San Marcos (city), and transfer of right of way to the city (MO)
(5) Hunt County - I-30, east side, north of Centerpoint Lane in Greenville -
Consider the sale of a drainage easement (MO)
(6) Live Oak County - US 59 at Fannin Street in George West - Consider the
sale of right of way to the abutting landowner (MO)
(7) Palo Pinto County - FM 2372 in Palo Pinto Mountains State Park -
Consider the removal from the system and redesignation of a segment of the highway, transfer of control, jurisdiction, and maintenance to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), and transfer of right of way to TPWD (MO)
(8) Tarrant County - FM 157 at West Harris Road in Arlington - Consider
the sale of a drainage easement (MO)
(9) Travis County - SL 360, northeast corner at Ben White/S. Lamar in
Austin - Consider the sale of right of way to the successful bidder (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)
(4) Texas Department of Transportation Annual Financial Report (With
Independent Auditor’s Report) for the Fiscal Year Ended August 31, 2016 (Report)
d. Finance
(1) Consider the acceptance of the audited financial statements of the Texas
Mobility Fund (TMF) as required by the governing master resolution (MO)
(2) Travis and Williamson Counties - Consider the acceptance of the
audited financial statements of the Central Texas Turnpike System (CTTS), as required by the CTTS Indenture of Trust (MO)
(3) Travis and Williamson Counties - Consider the acceptance of the report
of Actual Traffic and Revenue for the Central Texas Turnpike System (MO)

14. Routine Minute Orders and Reports (continued)
e. Designation of Access Control
Bowie County - I-30, approximately 400 feet west of FM 989 - Consider
the designation of a location on the highway at which access will be permitted to the abutting property (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)

15. Executive Session Pursuant to Government Code, Chapter 551
a. Section 551.071 - Consultation with and advice from legal counsel regarding any
item on this agenda, pending or contemplated litigation, or other legal matters.
b. Section 551.074 - Discussion regarding the evaluation of the performance of the
Executive Director.

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.

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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
January 26, 2017

Construction of Highways and Other Transportation Facilities - State Let (a)
County Highway Controlling
Dist. Name Number Project No.
ABL MITCHELL BI 20-J STP 2017(455)

ATL BOWIE FM 1297 STP 1602(316)
ATL HARRISON FM 450 STP 2017(508)HESG
ATL PANOLA US 59 STP 2017(505)HES

AUS BASTROP SH 71 STP 2017(548)HES
AUS GILLESPIE SH 16 STP 2017(473)
AUS HAYS FM 1626 STP 2017(322)
AUS TRAVIS FM 969 PTF 2017(143)
AUS TRAVIS SL 360 NH 2017(470)
AUS TRAVIS SS 69 STP 2017(550)HES
AUS TRAVIS US 290 NH 2017(536)
AUS WILLIAMSON IH 35 C 15-9-188

BMT CHAMBERS SH 146 STP 2017(491)HES
BMT JEFFERSON SH 73 NH 2017(301)

BWD BROWN US 67 NH 2017(369)
BWD COLEMAN US 67 STP 2017(457)HES
BWD MILLS SH 16 STP 2017(445)HES

BRY BRAZOS FM 2818 STP 2017(509)HES
BRY GRIMES FM 1696 STP 2017(349)
BRY WALKER IH 45 NH 2017(241)

CHS CHILDRESS VA NH 2017(460)

CRP ARANSAS PW C 916-38-9
CRP KARNES SH 72 STP 2017(305)
CRP LIVE OAK IH 37 STP 1602(446)HES
CRP LIVE OAK US 59 NH 2017(437)
CRP NUECES SH 44 NH 2017(490)

DAL DALLAS SH 114 CC 353-4-95
DAL ELLIS US 287 STP 2016(739)MM


Construction of Highways and Other Transportation Facilities - State Let (a)
County Highway Controlling
Dist. Name Number Project No.
ELP BREWSTER US 67 NH 2017(324)

FTW ERATH FM 8 STP 2017(350)
FTW HOOD SH 144 ER 1602(591)
FTW HOOD US 377 NH 2016(147)
FTW JOHNSON FM 917 STP 2017(514)
FTW TARRANT IH 820 NH 2017(511)
FTW TARRANT SH 10 STP 2017(512)HES
FTW TARRANT VA STP 2016(591)
FTW TARRANT VA STP 2017(513)

HOU BRAZORIA SH 288 NH 2017(494)
HOU FORT BEND IH 10 NH 2017(487)
HOU FORT BEND US 90A C 27-7-32
HOU GALVESTON FM 2094 STP 2017(497)HES
HOU GALVESTON FM 270 C 3312-2-14
HOU HARRIS IH 45 CM 1402(183)
HOU WALLER US 290 STP 2017(634)HES

LRD DUVAL VA STP 2017(030)TAPS
LRD LA SALLE CS STP 1602(372)TAPS
LRD WEBB VA STP 1502(256)

LBB LUBBOCK US 62 STP 2017(137)TP
LBB LUBBOCK US 84 STP 2017(136)HES
LBB LUBBOCK US 87 NH 2017(461)
LBB LUBBOCK VA NH 2017(395)
LBB LUBBOCK VA STP 2017(596)
LBB SWISHER VA NH 2017(396)

LFK HOUSTON SH 21 STP 2017(307)HES
LFK NACOGDOCHES FM 1275 STP 2017(498)HES
LFK POLK US 59 BR 2017(481)
LFK SAN JACINTO FM 1127 STP 2017(500)HES
LFK SHELBY US 84 STP 2017(310)HES

ODA MIDLAND SH 349 STP 2017(326)

PHR CAMERON IH 69E NH 2017(479)
PHR CAMERON PR 100 STP 2017(193)TAPS
PHR HIDALGO CS STP 2008(328)MM


Construction of Highways and Other Transportation Facilities - State Let (a)
County Highway Controlling
Dist. Name Number Project No.
SJT CONCHO US 87 NH 2017(328)
SJT TOM GREEN VA STP 2017(330)

SAT BEXAR FM 1560 STP 2017(477)
SAT BEXAR US 90 STP 2017(331)HES
SAT KENDALL CR BR 1602(228)
SAT WILSON SH 97 STP 2017(476)

TYL ANDERSON US 287 STP 2017(355)
TYL CHEROKEE FM 22 STP 2017(363)HES
TYL SMITH VA STP 2017(230)
TYL VAN ZANDT SH 19 STP 2017(517)HES
TYL WOOD SH 182 STP 2017(358)HES

WAC CORYELL VA STP 2016(368)
WAC MCLENNAN CR BR 2015(489)
WAC MCLENNAN CR BR 2016(885)
WAC MCLENNAN FM 1695 STP 2017(465)
WAC MCLENNAN FM 3476 STP 2017(463)

YKM AUSTIN FM 1458 STP 2017(493)HES
YKM CALHOUN CR BR 2012(730)
YKM COLORADO FM 155 STP 2017(484)HES
YKM DEWITT CR BR 1502(215)
YKM DEWITT US 87 NH 2017(480)
YKM FAYETTE FM 154 BR 2017(488)
YKM FAYETTE SH 71 STP 2017(486)HES
YKM WHARTON CR BR 1502(637)
YKM WHARTON CS STP 1602(475)TAPS

Highway Maintenance - State Let (b)
County Highway Controlling
Dist. Name Number Project No.
ATL HARRISON US 59 RMC - 630791001

AUS BASTROP SH 71 RMC - 631059001
AUS BURNET US 281 RMC - 631065001
AUS LEE US 290 RMC - 631058001
AUS TRAVIS IH 35 RMC - 630867001
AUS TRAVIS US 290 RMC - 629925001
AUS WILLIAMSON SH 195 RMC - 630962001

Highway Maintenance - State Let (b)
County Highway Controlling
Dist. Name Number Project No.
BMT HARDIN SH 105 RMC - 630196001
BMT HARDIN SH 105 RMC - 630839001
BMT JEFFERSON US 69 RMC - 630076001
BMT JEFFERSON US 69 RMC - 630217001
BMT LIBERTY FM 2518 RMC - 630984001
BMT NEWTON US 190 RMC - 631016001
BMT ORANGE IH 10 RMC - 630518001

BRY GRIMES FM 1486 RMC - 631084001
BRY LEON SH 7 RMC - 631083001
BRY MILAM US 79 RMC - 630743001
BRY WALKER SH 30 RMC - 631081001
BRY WASHINGTON US 290 RMC - 631082001

CHS HALL US 287 RMC - 630449001
CHS WHEELER IH 40 RMC - 630448001

DAL DALLAS SL 12 RMC - 630975001
DAL DENTON SH 114 RMC - 630958001
DAL KAUFMAN US 175 RMC - 630621001

ELP CULBERSON IH 10 RMC - 630956001
ELP EL PASO IH 10 RMC - 630854001
ELP EL PASO IH 10 RMC - 630913001
ELP EL PASO IH 10 RMC - 630955001

FTW JACK FM 2210 RMC - 630099001

HOU BRAZORIA SH 288 RMC - 630419001
HOU FORT BEND US 59 RMC - 629629001
HOU GALVESTON SH 146 RMC - 631113001
HOU GALVESTON SL 197 RMC - 630514001
HOU HARRIS FM 1960 RMC - 630563001
HOU HARRIS IH 10 RMC - 630775001
HOU HARRIS IH 69 RMC - 630959001
HOU HARRIS SH 249 RMC - 631002001
HOU HARRIS SH 249 RMC - 631089001
HOU HARRIS SL 8 RMC - 630872001

LFK POLK US 59 RMC - 631112001

Highway Maintenance - State Let (b)
County Highway Controlling
Dist. Name Number Project No.
ODA CRANE SH 329 RMC - 630759001
ODA MIDLAND IH 20 RMC - 630998001
ODA MIDLAND IH 20 RMC - 631133001

PHR HIDALGO SH 336 BPM - 629591001

SJT SCHLEICHER FM 2129 RMC - 630266001

SAT BEXAR IH 35 RMC - 631141001
SAT COMAL IH 35 RMC - 631143001
SAT GUADALUPE IH 10 RMC - 630990001
SAT KENDALL IH 10 RMC - 630987001
SAT KERR IH 10 RMC - 630989001
SAT MEDINA US 90 RMC - 630988001

TYL SMITH SH 110 RMC - 631130001

WAC BELL US 190 RMC - 631245001

WFS WICHITA US 82 BPM - 630434001
WFS WICHITA US 82 RMC - 631123001
WFS YOUNG SH 16 RMC - 630982001

YKM JACKSON US 59 RMC - 630160001
YKM WHARTON US 59 RMC - 629858001

Construction and Rehabilitation of Buildings - State Let (c)
County Site
Dist. Name Number Project ID
ELP EL PASO 249674 24-470402992

ODA ECTOR 069597 06-470403038

SSD TRAVIS 299881 38-470401689
SSD WILLIAMSON 299017 38-470403008

Eminent Domain
Controlled Access
County Highway Exhibit ROW CSJ No. Parcel
Brazos FM 2347 V 3138-01-026 7
Brazos FM 2347 J 3138-01-026 14
Dallas IH 35E A 0442-02-144 1
Dallas IH 35E B 0442-02-144 3
Dallas IH 35E C 0442-02-144 4
Dallas IH 35E D 0442-02-144 6
Dallas IH 35E M 0442-02-144 8
Dallas IH 35E E 0442-02-144 9
Dallas IH 35E N 0442-02-144 10
Dallas IH 35E F 0442-02-144 30
Dallas IH 35E G 0442-02-144 31
Dallas IH 20 K 2374-04-078 5
Galveston IH 45 I 0500-04-120 15
Galveston IH 45 L 0500-04-123 205A
Harris IH 610 CC 0271-17-160 1
Harris IH 610 DD 0271-17-160 3
Harris IH 610 Y 0271-17-160 7
Harris IH 610 Z 0271-17-160 8
Harris IH 610 EE 0271-17-160 9
Hidalgo US 83 H 0039-02-059 41
Randall IH 27 O 0168-09-068 28
Randall IH 27 P 0168-09-068 30
Randall IH 27 Q 0168-09-068 31
Randall IH 27 R 0168-09-068 32
Randall IH 27 AA 0168-09-068 38
Randall IH 27 BB 0168-09-068 40
Tarrant IH 820E S 0008-13-232 3,3E
Travis IH 35 U 0015-13-393 6
Travis IH 35 T 0015-13-393 9
Travis IH 35 W 0015-13-393 11
Travis IH 35 X 0015-13-393 16

Eminent Domain
Non-Controlled Access
County Highway Exhibit ROW CSJ No. Parcel
Bexar US 281 10 0253-04-149 19
Bexar US 281 36 0253-04-149 29
Bexar US 281 11 0253-04-149 39
Bexar US 281 20 0253-04-149 46,46E
Bexar US 281 14 0253-04-149 51
Bexar US 281 12 0253-04-149 55
Bexar US 281 19 0253-04-149 57,57E
Bexar US 281 37 0253-04-149 63E

Eminent Domain
Non-Controlled Access
County Highway Exhibit ROW CSJ No. Parcel
Brazoria SH 6 33 0192-03-019 101
Brazos FM 2347 21 3138-01-026 2
Brazos FM 2347 2 3138-01-026 3
Brazos FM 2347 22 3138-01-026 4
Galveston SH 146 35 0389-06-092 415
Galveston SH 146 31 0389-06-092 500
Galveston SH 146 32 0389-06-092 501
Galveston SH 146 40 0389-06-096 402
Galveston SH 146 29 0389-06-096 411
Harris SH 146 23 0389-05-095 116
Harris SH 146 39 0389-05-095 121
Harris SH 146 24 0389-05-095 140
Harris SH 146 25 0389-05-095 202
Harris SH 146 34 0389-05-095 203
Harris SH 146 27 0389-05-095 204
Harris SH 146 28 0389-05-095 206
Nacogdoches FM 2609 9 2590-01-027 7
Navarro SH 31 8 0162-11-002 17
Randall SL 335 30 2635-02-030 34
Randall SL 335 4 2635-03-019 5
Randall SL 335 16 2635-03-019 10
Randall SL 335 5 2635-03-019 12
Randall SL 335 6 2635-03-019 13
Randall SL 335 17 2635-03-019 14
Randall SL 335 18 2635-03-019 15
Randall SL 335 38 2635-03-019 18
Rockwall FM 3549 1 1015-01-077 14
Rockwall FM 3549 7 1015-01-077 23
Rockwall FM 3549 15 1015-01-077 42
Rockwall FM 3549 3 1015-01-077 56
Smith FM 2493 13 0191-03-082 35
Waller FM 1774 26 1400-03-008 11

Donations to the Department
Donor Dist County Donation Description
Cude Properties, LLC SAT Kendall Design and construction of a left turn lane along State Hwy 46 in Kendall County approximately 0.60 miles east of the intersection of State Highway 46 and
FM 3351.

Donations to the Department
Donor Dist County Donation Description
Easterling Culebra SAT Bexar Design and construction of roadway and
Apartments, Ltd. traffic signal improvements for a new apartment complex being developed along Culebra Road (FM 471) at the intersection of Les Harrison Drive in San Antonio.

Southstar SAT Comal Design and construction of roadway widening
Communities, LLC and left and right turn lanes on FM 1102 at the Havens Cross intersection located 3.87 miles Northeast of FM 306 within the ETJ of the City of New Braunfels.

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

CERTIFYING OFFICIAL: Jeff Graham, General Counsel, (512) 463-8630.


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Audit Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: William B. Travis Building, 1701 Congress Avenue, Room 1-111
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000538
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mark Scott 512-475-3813
Agenda: TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
AUDIT COMMITTEE MEETING

AGENDA
8:00 AM
JANUARY 26, 2017

WILLIAM B. TRAVIS BUILDING
ROOM 1-111, 1701 CONGRESS AVENUE
AUSTIN, TEXAS

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

The Audit Committee of the Governing Board of the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs will meet to consider and may act on any of the following:
ITEM 1: Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action to Approve the Audit Committee Minutes Summary for October 13, 2016 Mark Scott
Director of Internal Audit
ITEM 2: Presentation, Discussion and Possible Action to Approve of SAO Audit Reports on TDHCA Financial Statements Mark Scott
Director of Internal Audit
ITEM 3: Presentation, Discussion and Possible Action to Approve the Update to the Internal Audit Charter Mark Scott
Director of Internal Audit
REPORT ITEMS: Mark Scott
Director of Internal Audit
1. PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION OF THE INTERNAL AUDIT: REVIEW OF THE COMPLIANCE MONITORING SECTION OF THE COMPLIANCE DIVISION (MULTIFAMILY)
2. PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION OF THE INTERNAL AUDIT SELF ASSESSMENT FOR PEER REVIEW
3. DISCUSSION OF CONTRACTING FOR PEER REVIEW
4. STATUS OF NET CLAIMS CONTRACT
5. DISCUSSION OF RECENT INTERNAL AUDIT AND CONSULTING ACTIVITY
6. DISCUSSION OF RECENT EXTERNAL AUDIT ACTIVITY
SPECIAL REQUEST ITEM:
DISCUSSION OF BOARD REPORT ITEM, “REPORT ON ANONYMOUS ALLEGATIONS OF A COVER-UP IN HIDALGO COUNTY” Tim Irvine
Executive Director

PUBLIC COMMENT ON MATTERS OTHER THAN ITEMS FOR WHICH THERE WERE POSTED AGENDA ITEMS.
EXECUTIVE SESSION
The Committee may go into Executive Session (close its meeting to the public) on any agenda item if appropriate and authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Tex. Gov’t Code, Chapter 551 and under Tex. Gov’t Code, §2306.039.
1. Pursuant to Tex. Gov’t Code, §551.074 the Audit Committee may go into Executive Session 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.
2. Pursuant to Tex. Gov’t Code, §551.071(1) the Committee may go into executive session to seek the advice of its attorney about pending or contemplated litigation or a settlement offer.
3. Pursuant to Tex. Gov’t Code, §551.071(2) the Committee may go into executive session 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. Gov’t Code, Chapter 551.
4. Pursuant to Tex. Gov’t Code, §2306.039(c) the Committee may go into executive session to receive reports from the Department’s internal auditor, fraud prevention coordinator, or ethics advisor regarding issues related to fraud, waste or abuse.

OPEN SESSION
If there is an Executive Session, the Committee will reconvene in Open Session and may take action on any items taken up in Executive Session. Except as specifically authorized by applicable law, the Audit Committee may not take any actions in Executive Session.
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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 Mark Scott, TDHCA Internal Audit Director, 221 East 11th Street Austin, Texas 78701-2410, 512.475-3813 and request the information.

Individuals who require the 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 two (2) days before the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Non-English speaking individuals who require interpreters for this meeting should contact Annette Cornier 512-475-3803 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 Annette Cornier al siguiente número 512-475-3803 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 AUDIT COMMITTEE OF THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COM


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
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: 2017000540
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Michael Lyttle 512-475-4542
Agenda: TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
BOARD MEETING

A G E N D A
9:00 AM
January 26, 2017

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

CALL TO ORDER
ROLL CALL J. Paul Oxer, Chairman
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 February as Black History 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 summaries for the meetings of October 13, 2016; November 10, 2016; and December 15, 2016 J. Beau Eccles
Board Secretary
LEGAL
b) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action regarding the adoption of Agreed Final Orders concerning related properties George Gervin Apartments (HTF 851X03 / CMTS 2651), George Gervin – Garden Apartments (HOME 535247A/ CMTS 4205), and George Gervin – Garden Apartments (HTF 859X02 / CMTS 4206) Jeff Pender
Deputy General Counsel
c) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action regarding the adoption of an Agreed Final Order concerning Monterrey Villa Apartments (HTF 09801 / CMTS 2608)
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
d) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action on the selection of Subrecipients to administer the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (“LIHEAP”) Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (“CEAP”) to provide services in Anderson, Collin, Denton, Dimmit, Ellis, Henderson, Hunt, Kaufman, La Salle, Maverick, Navarro, Rockwall, and Van Zandt counties Michael DeYoung
Director
e) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action on Awards for 2017 Community Services Block Grant Discretionary (“CSBG-D”) Direct Client Assistance Funds
f) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action Ratifying the Award for Federal Fiscal Year (“FFY”) 2016 Community Services Block Grant (“CSBG”) Discretionary Funds to Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas
SINGLE FAMILY OPERATIONS AND SERVICES
g) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action on Authority to Enter Into a Memorandum of Agreement ("MOA") between the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs ("TDHCA") and the General Land Office ("GLO") regarding the administration of the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery ("CDBG DR") Program Homero Cabello
Director
ASSET MANAGEMENT
h) Presentation, Discussion and Possible Action regarding Material Amendment to the Housing Tax Credit Land Use Restriction Agreement
99002 Tidwell Estates Houston
99043 Arbor Terrace Townhomes Odessa
02079 Arbor Oaks Apartments Odessa
04255 Freeport Oaks Apartments Freeport Raquel Morales
Director

i) Presentation, Discussion and Possible Action regarding Placed in Service Deadline Extensions
14088 Mariposa at Spring Hollow Saginaw
MULTIFAMILY FINANCE
j) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action on Determination Notices for Housing Tax Credits with another Issuer
16435 Oak Valley Apartments San Antonio Marni Holloway
Director
HOME AND HOMELESS PROGRAM
k) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action to authorize the issuance of the 2017 HOME Investment Partnerships Program (“HOME”) Single Family Development Program Notice of Funding Availability (“NOFA”), and the notification of the posting of the NOFA to the Department’s website and in the Texas Register Jennifer Molinari
Director
l) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action to authorize the issuance of the 2017 HOME Investment Partnerships Program (“HOME”) Single Family Programs Homebuyer Assistance (“HBA”) and Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (“TBRA”) Open Cycle Notice of Funding Availability (“NOFA”), and the notification of the posting of the NOFA to the Department’s website and in the Texas Register
CONSENT AGENDA REPORT ITEMS
ITEM 2: THE BOARD ACCEPTS THE FOLLOWING REPORTS:
a) TDHCA Outreach Activities, December 2016 –January 2017 Michael Lyttle
Chief, External Affairs
b) Report on the Department’s Swap Portfolio and recent activities with respect thereto Monica Galuski
Director, Bond Finance
c) Report on Advisory Groups to the Department Timothy K. Irvine
Executive Director
d) Executive Report of Multifamily Program Amendments, Extensions and Ownership Transfers Raquel Morales
Director, Asset Management
ACTION ITEMS
ITEM 3: REPORTS
a) Report on allegations of a “cover up” at the Hidalgo County Community Service Agency (“Hidalgo”) Patricia Murphy
Chief, Compliance
b) Report on 2018 Qualified Allocation Plan (“QAP”) Project Marni Holloway
Director, MF Finance
c) Report on the submission of National Housing Trust Fund Allocation Plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”)
ITEM 4: INTERNAL AUDIT
a) Presentation, Discussion and possible action on approval of the Internal Audit Charter Mark Scott
Director
b) Presentation and discussion of SAO reports
c) Internal Audit review of Compliance Monitoring
d) Report on the meeting of the Audit Committee
e) Presentation and Discussion of the Internal Audit Self Assessment for Peer review
ITEM 5: ENFORCEMENT COMMITTEE
Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action on recommendation to debar Ebenezer Anene for a period of ten years Marni Holloway
Chair
ITEM 6: ASSET MANAGEMENT
Presentation, Discussion and Possible Action regarding Amendments to HOME Direct Loan Terms
13232 Pine Lake Estates Nacogdoches Raquel Morales
Director
ITEM 7: MULTIFAMILY FINANCE
a) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action regarding an exemption under 10 TAC §10.101(a)(2) for 2017 Housing Tax Credit (“HTC”) Application #17010 Baxter Lofts Marni Holloway
Director
b) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action regarding an exemption under 10 TAC §10.101(a)(2) for 2017 Housing Tax Credit (“HTC”) Application #17255 Trinity Oaks Apartments
c) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action regarding a Request for Rural Designation under 10 TAC §10.204(5)
d) Presentation, Discussion and Possible action regarding a request for waiver of rules for Bishop Court, HTC#16049
e) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action regarding a material amendment to the Housing Tax Credit (“HTC”) Application of Bishop Courts in Bishop HTC #16049
f) Presentation, Discussion, and Possible Action on a waiver relating to 10 TAC §10.101(b)(5) concerning Common Amenities associated with multifamily applications submitted under the 2017 program year
PUBLIC COMMENT ON MATTERS OTHER THAN ITEMS FOR WHICH THERE WERE POSTED AGENDA ITEMS
Recognition of J. Paul Oxer, Chair Timothy K. Irvine
Executive Director
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. Gov’t 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; J. Paul Oxer
Chairman
2. Pursuant to Tex. Gov’t Code §551.071(1) to seek the advice of its attorney about pending or contemplated litigation or a settlement offer;
3. Pursuant to Tex. Gov’t 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. Gov’t Code Chapter 551; including seeking legal advice in connection with a posted agenda item;
4. Pursuant to Tex. Gov’t 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 Department’s ability to negotiate with a third person; and/or
5. Pursuant to Tex. Gov’t Code §2306.039(c) the Department’s 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 Parks and Wildlife Department
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Commission Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 4200 Smith School Road
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000388
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: General Counsel Ann Bright, 4200 Smith School Rd., Austin, TX, 78744 or by phone 512-389-8558.
Agenda: Commission Meeting

Thursday, January 26, 2017
9:00 a.m.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Commission Hearing Room
4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744

T. Dan Friedkin, Commission Chair
Carter Smith, Executive Director

Approval of Previous Commission Meeting Minutes held November 3, 2016

• Acknowledgement of Donations
• Consideration of Contracts
• Special Recognitions
o Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (SEAFWA) Texas Officer of the Year Award – Heath Bragg

• Retirement and Service Award Presentations

1. ACTION - Approval of Agenda

2. ACTION – Regulations Rule Review – Recommended Adoption of Proposed Changes and Completed Rule Review - Ann Bright
o Chapter 53 – Finance
o Chapter 59 – Parks
o Chapter 69 – Resource Protection

3. ACTION - Marine Dealer, Floating Cabin, and Party Boat Rules – Recommended Adoption of Proposed Rules – Cody Jones, Julie Gilmore

4. ACTION - Shad Collection and Sale Rules – Recommended Adoption of Proposed Rules - Ken Kurzawski

5. ACTION - Acquisition of Land – Washington County - Approximately 4 Acres at Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site – Trey Vick

6. ACTION - Acceptance of Land Donation – Reeves County – Approximately 6 Acres at Balmorhea State Park - Ted Hollingsworth

7. ACTION - Acquisition of Land – Cochran County - Approximately 12 Acres at the Yoakum Dunes Wildlife Management Area – Stan David

8. ACTION - Acquisition of Land – Cochran County – Approximately 160 Acres at the Yoakum Dunes Wildlife Management Area – Stan David

9. BRIEFING - Status of Palo Pinto Mountains State Park and Devils River State Natural Area – Brent Leisure

10. BRIEFING – 30th Anniversary of the TPWD Public Broadcast System TV Series – Josh Havens

NOTICE REGARDING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT AGENDA ITEMS

Additional information about the agenda items listed above is available on the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) website at: www.tpwd.texas.gov/business/feedback/meetings/.

NOTICE REGARDING NON-DISCRIMINATION

TPWD receives federal assistance from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and other federal agencies. TPWD is therefore subject to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, in addition to state anti-discrimination laws. TPWD will comply with state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, national origin, age, sex or disability.

If you require an accommodation or informational materials in an alternative form, please contact Dee Halliburton at (512) 389-4804 (telephone). Individuals with hearing or speech impairments may contact the agency on a Text Telephone (TDD) at (512) 389-8915 or by Relay Texas at 7-1-1 or (800) 735-2989.

If you believe that you have been discriminated against in any TPWD program, activity or event, you may contact Dawn Heikkila, Deputy Executive Director, Policy and Administration, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, Texas 78744, (512) 389-4727 (telephone), dawn.heikkila@tpwd.texas.gov (email). Alternatively, you may contact the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Diversity and Inclusive Workforce Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 5275 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041.
NOTICE REGARDING PUBLIC TESTIMONY

Public testimony will be taken on items labeled "ACTION." Public testimony will normally be limited to three minutes per person.

NOTICE REGARDING EXECUTIVE (CLOSED) SESSION

In addition to the items for which an Executive Session is scheduled, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission may meet in Executive (Closed) Session on any item listed above if authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 551.

NOTICE REGARDING ORDER OF AGENDA ITEMS

Items may be taken up in an order other than that listed on the Agenda.



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Agency Name: Texas Water Development Board
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
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: 2017000530
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
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 request from the City of Grand Prairie (Dallas, Tarrant and Ellis counties) for $5,741,175 in financial assistance consisting of a $5,110,000 loan and $631,175 in principal forgiveness from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund to finance construction of wastewater collection system improvements. (Luis Farias)

3. Consider approving by resolution a request from the City of Alton (Hidalgo County) for a $500,000 loan from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund to finance a master drainage study and an asset management plan for its stormwater system. (Mireya Loewe)

4. Consider approving by resolution a request from the City of Melvin (McCulloch County) for $539,902 in financial assistance consisting of a $180,000 loan and $359,902 in principal forgiveness from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to finance construction of a corrective treatment facility. (Lee Huntoon)

5. Consider approving by resolution a request from the 114th Mobile Home Park, LLC (Lubbock County) for $200,000 in principal forgiveness from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to finance planning, design, and construction of a filtration system for arsenic and fluoride removal. (Lee Huntoon)

6. Consider approving by resolution a request from the City of Ballinger (Runnels County) for $3,393,435 in financial assistance consisting of a $1,035,000 loan and $2,358,435 in principal forgiveness from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to finance planning, acquisition, and design of an alternative water supply. (Lee Huntoon)

7. Consider approving by resolution a request from the City of San Marcos (Hays County) for $5,445,839 in financial assistance consisting of a $4,760,000 loan and $685,839 in principal forgiveness from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund to finance construction of a wastewater reuse system expansion project. (Dain Larsen)

8. Consider approving by resolution a request from the City of San Marcos (Hays County) for $1,961,821 in financial assistance consisting of a $1,000,000 loan and $961,821 in principal forgiveness from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund to finance planning, acquisition and design of a flood mitigation project. (Dain Larsen)

9. Consider approving by resolution a request from the City of Huntington (Angelina County) for financial assistance in the amount of $2,312,025, consisting of a $1,180,000 loan and $1,132,025 in principal forgiveness from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund to finance renovation and expansion of the City’s wastewater treatment plant. (Nancy Richards)

10. Consider authorizing the Executive Administrator to correct the administrative record by affirming the approval of the State Fiscal Year 2017 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plan. (Jo Dawn Bomar)

11. Briefing and discussion on the draft report Priority Groundwater Management Areas and Groundwater Conservation Districts: Report to the 85th Texas Legislature. (Larry French)

12. Briefing and discussion on water conditions in the state of Texas. (Mark Wentzel)

13. The Board will receive comments from the public.

14. 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 February 10, 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, Interim General Counsel


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Agriculture
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Structural Pest Control Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: SFA Bldg., 1700 North Congress Avenue, 11th Floor, Room 1104A
City Location: Austin 78701
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000108
Submit Date: 01/06/2017
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. Review and Approval of Minutes of October 27, 2016 meeting
III. Public Information Training Refresher
IV. Discussion and Possible Action
a. Self-Assessment Questionnaire for SPC Advisory Committee
b. Review of Inspection and Enforcement Data for First Quarter Fiscal Year-2017
c. Discussion of School IPM Rules and Posting Requirements for Indoor and Outdoor Pesticide Applications

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



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Agency Name: TML Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 212 W. Crockett
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000601
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
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. September 29, 2016
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. Board Correspondence
2. Executive Director
3. Greenberg & Traurig
4. Marwood Group
5. Cost vs Care Members are Making the Choice “Insights Commentary November 29, 2016
6. Inside Health Policy
7. TRS-Care and TRS-Active Care
8. Repealing ACA Without Replacement Could Destroy Exchanges, Conservatives Say
9. HMA Weekly Roundup Tom Price’s ACA Repeal Legislation
10. Here’s How a Regional Non-Profit Crossed State Lines Four Times
11. Original Post: 01/01/17; Section 1557 – Non-Discrimination Rules, January 3, 2017
12. Brady Letter to Governor and Commissioners regarding healthcare feedback
13. MyIEBP Health Clinic Deer Park
14. Wells Fargo Correspondence regarding Membership Account Set-up
15. Aetna Wins Lawsuit Humble Surgical Hospital
16. In a small town in Texas, a rural hospital thrives against all odds
17. NLC Monthly Health Pool Conference Call (Verbal Update)

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. Chairman will make a recommendation to the Board regarding his appointments for Trustees at Large positions.
1. Current Appointment of Trustees at Large
2. The full Board must vote to approve chairman’s recommendations
B. Executive Committee Chairman: Stephen Haynes, Chairman Report
1. Employer Members on Hold
2. Termed Employers with Outstanding Balances
3. Coordination of Benefit Overpayment due to Fire Fighter Presumption Bill
4. Outstanding Executive Committee appeals/collections/potential litigation and/or subrogation collections.
5. Late enrollment
6. Retrospective Terms/Actively at Work Eligibility Discrepancies and Overpayment Collection efforts
7. Medicare Secondary Payor Interface
8. Medically justified decisions
9. Provider Overpayment Collections
10. Member Litigation/Collections/Fraud Overview
11. UMR Prompt Pay Report.
12. A&G U&C, Billing Integrity and High Dollar Audit Savings and Clear Health Savings.
13. Potential Malpractice Claims.
14. Open Record Requests.
15. Historical Legal Overview
C. TML Board Update: Terry Henley and/or Bennett Sandlin
1. TML Board Meeting update
D. TML IRP Board Meeting Update: Michael Smith
1. IRP Board Meeting update
2. IEBP Information for IRP Board Meeting
3. IEBP Oncology Presumption Bill Data Extraction
E. PEBA Board Meeting Update: Leah Gore/Political subdivision Value Based Synergy Managing the Multi-Faceted Solutions to healthcare Costs and Performance Based Outcome:
F. Alliance Communication (Tab E)
1. Organizational Updates
a. New Chairman
b. Replacement for Leonard Martin due to Retirement
c. Potential Inclusion of TRS Active Executive Director as PEBA Board Member
2. Long Term Care Voluntary Benefits
a. 28 employers signed up 15 of the 28 signed up for January 2017 ramp up
b. IEBP TMC personnel will be accessing June simplified enrollment
c. Enrollment Dates
3. Value Tiered Health and Wellness Continuum of Care Program RFP Review
a. Telehealth Service with medical and behavioral health required
b. On-site Biometric Screenings (IEBP and Community Providers work together to improve care) Jacksboro and Perryton community hospital interface
c. 3D Mammogram Services
d. Virtual MD On-Site
e. Virtual MD Near-Site
f. On-Site MD, On-Site PA/Nurse practitioner
g. Near Site MD
h. Near Site PA
i. Community Based Emergent/Urgent
j. MemberCentric Community Based Emergent/Urgent Serviced
G. Administrative Service Organization External Audits
1. San Felipe ISD Audit
a. IPS
b. SFDR is auditing claims from 01/01/13 to 03/31/15. Paul has been working with Lynette and Andy on obtaining a report reflecting the claim data that was requested by the vendor on behalf of the group.
c. Network Set-Up Error
d. 09/01/15-03/23/16 OptionsPPO network set up instead of Choice Plus
e. IEBP Case Rate Direct Agreements
H. IEBP 2014-2015 Claim Audit – Wolcott & Associates External Claim Audit On-site
1. Marie K. Pollock President Wolcott & Associates (Tab F)
a. UMR/CPS Access: Marie, Brian Wyman, David Simmons (allow access like IEBP auditors with access to table)
b. Claim Data submitted to Wolcott first week in October
c. Final audit at the end of FYE 09/30/17 ($18,500).
2. Jill Salzillo, Plan Installation Manager and Chris Davis, Quality Compliance Manager (Tab G)
a. Quality Management Plan 2015-2016
b. Team Recalibration Spreadsheet
I. Grant Thornton Financial Audit On-site
1. Audit report presented at Board meeting by Grant Thornton partner: Angela Dunlap
2. Jerry Greer, Finance Manager
a. Financial Statements and Footnotes
3. Investment Policy Review
a. According to the letter of the law, since the index fund can be viewed as a single equity item [or account], it is in conflict with the Board’s policy to disallow any one equity position to exceed 5% of the total issue. The Vangard funds assisted IEBP with diversification.
4. IEBP Grant Thornton Reserve Letter (Tab H)
a. IEBP Reserve Assessment: $23,082,150.08
b. Ernst & Young Reserve Assessment: $20,367-27,000
c. AON Reserve Assessment: $22.5-$24.2, 5% $23.6-$25.4 10% $24.7-$26.6; Approves IEBP’s benefit payment reserve of $23,082,150 within expected range.
J. Underwriting (Tab I)
1. Membership Equity Historical Overview
a. IEBP and Board Equity Formula Review
b. Ernst and Young Information
c. Smith and Associates Information
2. Loss Ratio
a. Area Factor
b. Top Five Plans
3. High Risk Reserve Calculation
4. Regulatory Administrative Cost Overview
a. Reinsurance Trust Fund
b. PCORI Fees
5. Patient Protection Affordable Care Act Cost Impact
6. Industry and IEBP Trend Overview
7. High Dollar Claim Overview
8. Claim Dollar Per Employee Per Year
9. Attachment Factor Sheet
a. Trend Review
10. Proposal Activity
11. Testosterone Prescription Utilization Review
a. IEBP current prior authorization has been confirmed to be the norm and is clinically appropriate.
b. RxResults has informed IEBP that some of their groups cover generic injectable testosterone products without a prior authorization requirement.
c. The IEBP plans’ utilization for the last three months and 331 out of 336 claims for the most common generic injectable testosterone products were for TESTOST CYP INJ 200MG/ML.
d. These plans’ reasoning is the injectables average about $70.00 an injection (IEBP’s average is closer to $60 with the Optum pharmacy network) for a month supply (typically once a week injections for 100mg and once every other week for 200mg)
12. Underwriting Complaints
13. Performance Improvement Plan Opportunities
K. Collaborative Teaming Alliance, Vendor and/or Partners (Tab J)
1. UMR/CPS Claim Adjudication Management
a. SSAE 16 Report Received
b. September Board Meeting Update
c. Inventory Management and TAT Performance Guarantee Discussion
d. Helmet Visit
e. Competitor Meeting Request (Aetna)
f. Domestic Inventory Management
g. Optum Global Solutions (OGS) Update – Clean 85’s paying day two
2. HealthX Health/Wellness Portal
a. Alere Option
b. CircleWellness
3. OptumRx
a. Performance Guarantee
4. UnitedHealthcare
a. Cost Estimator: Production scheduled for January 2017
b. Three tier Network: Production scheduled for January 2018
5. HealthEdge Medical Intelligence Computer Conversion Delay and CCMS Maintained
a. Breach of Contract Letter
b. Discussion of Outstanding Invoices
6. Greatland’s Service Organization Control 2 (SOC 2) Report received
L. Business Model Alignment (Tab K)
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. Greenberg and Marchant staff meeting 01/09/17 @ 4:00 pm.
f. Washington Visit – 11/30/16 (Stephen Haynes, Leonard Martin, Monty, Susan Smith)
g. Congress of US
h. Patient Protection Affordable Care Act (PPACA) Regulatory Overview
3. Greenberg’s recommendation for IEBP and the Church Plans to work together in the promotion of interstate access.
4. Regulatory Reporting Calendar Year 2015
a. Regulatory Reporting Enhancements
b. Calendar Year 2016 Regulatory Reporting Webcasts and FAQ’s are in progress
5. Regulatory Update
a. January 2014: Employer Regulatory Reporting
b. June 25, 2015: King v. Burwell Supreme Court Hearing
c. June 26, 2015: Obergefell v. Hodges
d. H.R. 1624: Protecting Affordable Coverage for Employees (PACE)
e. EEOC Disability Sensitive
f. Transgender Non-Discrimination Benefit
g. House v. Burwell
h. Article: July 30, 2016 Modern Healthcare
i. Election 2017/President Elect Proposed Healthcare Review
j. Likes
k. Concerns
l. Replacement Plan
m. 2017 Congress Activity
M. Competitive Proposal Activity (Tab L) and Alliance Communication (Tab E)
1. Trustee E&O Proposal Information is in process
a. Proposal completed and submitted 01/12/17
2. Value Tiered Health and Wellness Options
N. 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%
a. A&G Reference Based Pricing vs. Essential RBRVS
b. High Dollar $150,000 Network Billing Integrity Audits
5. Out of Network Percentage and Dollars
6. Network Adequacy/Inadequacy
7. Top Utilized Providers by Region and Specialty
8. Network Termination Membership Correspondence
9. Tier 1 Premium Utilization
10. Dental Direct Agreement
11. IEBP Direct Case Rate Network
12. UnitedHealthcare Network Credential Information
13. Healthiest You Credential
a. Professional Negotiations
b. Provider Transparency
O. Membership Focus Update (Tab M)
P. Business Administrative Services (Tab N)
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 Director’s Expense Reports (Board Meeting On-Site Hand-Out Review)
a. 2015-2016
Q. 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 NCQA’s 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. Access and Services
10. Qualified Health Providers
11. Staying Healthy
12. Getting Better
13. Living with Illness
14. Organization Receives: Outstanding Issues Forms, Access to ISS to attach document, only documents that existed prior to survey submission will be accepted
15. NCQA is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality by certifying healthcare organizations or Utilization Review Accreditation Commission (URAC) Accredited.
16. Annual Year Review
a. IEBP
b. Delegated Agreements and Delegate Reporting Responsibilities
c. Medical Intelligence
d. Network
17. Qualitative/Quantitative Measurement Q2 by Functional Area
a. Q2 Metrics Redesigned with addition of What, When, Where, How and Why Benchmark/Threshold, Timeline, and Performance Improvement Plan, if Benchmark not met
b. Performance Improvement Opportunities will be discussed at the Quarterly Board Meeting and Quality Improvement Committee Meetings
18. 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
R. Medical Intelligence Overview (Tab O)
1. Medical Intelligent Team
a. Qualitative and Quantitative Q2 Metrics
b. Professional Health Coaching
c. Intensive Care Management
2. Medical Director Activity
3. Behavioral Health Psychologist Activity
a. Target Health HEDIS Reports
b. Biometric Summary Reports
c. Body Mass Index (BMI) Drill Down
d. Healthy Initiative Incentive Pay by Region
e. Population Health Established Treatment Standards
f. Prochaska Summary Reports
g. Return On Investment (ROI)
h. Gaps in Care Letters
i. Gaps in Rx Report
j. Health Engagement Disease State Phases
k. Onsite Clinic Utilization
l. Gaps in Care with Onsite Clinic Utilization
m. Health Engagement Disease State Phases
n. Onsite Clinic Utilization
o. Gaps in Care in Onsite Clinic Utilization
p. Care Path Transparency Call Overview
q. Intensive Care Management Active Report
r. Health Education Phases
s. Independent Review Organization (IRO)/External Review Specialists
t. Medically Justified Variants
u. Pre Determination Report
v. Notification Activity Report
w. Satisfaction Surveys
x. Bariatric Overview
y. Complaints
z. Evidence Based Medicine Declinations
aa. Appeals
bb. Overturned Appeals
cc. Medical Intelligence Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) Action Plan
dd. Action Required
ee. McKesson CCMS acquisition 30-90 transition
S. Internal Legal Counsel and Protected Health Information and Security (Executive Session Packet)
1. Legal Service Metrics
a. Right of Recovery/Subrogation
b. Contract Management
c. Litigation/Arbitration/Mediation Overview
d. Internal Legal Review
e. Potential Lawsuits
f. Complaints
g. Declinations
h. Appeals
i. Overturned Appeals
j. Legal Counsel Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) Action Plan
2. Privacy and Security Overview
a. PHI Breaches
b. IEBP PHI Breaches
c. Business Associate Breaches
d. Building Security Incidents
e. Security and PHI Meetings
f. Security and PHI Education
g. PHI Security Tests
h. Complaints
i. Declinations
j. Appeals
k. Overturned Appeals
l. Privacy and Security Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) Action Plan
T. Legislative Liaison Report (Tab P)
1. Texas Session Healthcare Overview
2. IEBP’s Legislative Bill Overview
U. 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
F. IEBP Board will take action on the Financial Audit Report
G. IEBP Board will take action on the Membership Focus
H. IEBP Board will take action on the Underwriting recommendations
I. IEBP Board will take action on the Collaborative Teaming Alliance Recommendation
J. IEBP Board will take action on the Business Model Alignment Report Recommendation
K. IEBP Board will take action on the 2015-16 and 2016-17 Performance Improvement Plans (PIP)
L. IEBP Board will take action on the Alliance Relationship Recommendation
M. IEBP Board will take action on the Competitive Proposal recommendations
N. IEBP Board will take action on Provider Network recommendations
O. IEBP Board will take action on the Business Administrative Services
P. IEBP Board will take action on the Medical Intelligence recommendations
Q. IEBP Board will take action on Internal Legal and Protected Health/Security
R. IEBP Board will take action on the Legislative Liaison report
S. IEBP Board will take action on the Legal Counsel report

III. Organizational Items (Part II)
A. 2017 & 2018 Board Meetings:
1. April 27-28, 2017 Hyatt Lost Pines, Bastrop, Texas/Changed to Barton Creek
2. June 29-30, 2017 Pearl, South Padre Island, Texas
3. September 28-29, 2017 Four Seasons Resort, Las Colinas, Texas
4. January 25-26, 2018 Hyatt Hill Country, San Antonio, Texas
5. April 26-27, 2018 Horseshoe Bay Resort, Marble Falls, Texas
6. June 28-29, 2018 Pearl, South Padre Island, Texas
7. 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. March 3, 2017 Austin, Texas
2. June 22-23, 2017 Live Oak, Texas
3. October 3 and 6, 2017 Houston, Texas
4. 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. January 20-21, 2017 Bastrop, TX
2. April 28-29, 2017 South Padre Island, TX
3. July 21-22, 2017 San Antonio, TX
4. 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: TML Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 07:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive
Status: Active
Street Location: 212 W. Crockett
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000600
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
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
1. September 29, 2016

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
B. Employers on Hold
C. Termed Employers: Outstanding Balance
D. Fire Fighter Presumption Bill Refund UTSW City of Carrollton Received $94,697.63 reimbursement from IRP 06/15/16
E. Covered Individual/Member Employer Appeals
F. Provider Appeals
G. Prescription Appeals
H. Member Employer/Employee Litigation/Collections Overview
I. Provider Litigation/Collections Overview
J. Member Litigation/Collections/Fraud Overview
K. Independent Review Organization Appeals/Litigation/Collection Overview
L. Late Enrollments
M. Retrospective Termination/Claim Payment Collections Received
N. Medicare Secondary Payor
O. Medical Management Medically Justified External Clinical Specialty Review (Executive Session)
P. Outstanding Overpayment
Q. UMR Prompt Pay Report
R. A&G OON Reference Based Pricing Savings and/or High Dollar Integrity Audit-Advanced Editing System/IRO/IEBP Medical/Behavioral Health
S. Potential Malpractice
T. Open Record Request to PEBA
U. Employee of the Year 2016

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:
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 Report.
I. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding the Prompt Pay Penalty Assignments.
J. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full board regarding Overpayment collections.
K. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding A&G U&C, Billing Integrity (A&G and transition to Ethicare) and High Dollar Audit Savings.
L. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding Open Record Requests.
M. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding the 2016 IEBP Employee of the Year.

V. Upcoming Events
A. 2017 & 2018 Board Meetings:
1. April 27-28, 2017 Hyatt Lost Pines, Bastrop, Texas/Changed to Barton Creek
2. June 29-30, 2017 Pearl, South Padre Island, Texas
3. September 28-29, 2017 Four Seasons Resort, Las Colinas, Texas
4. January 25-26, 2018 Hyatt Hill Country, San Antonio, Texas
5. April 26-27, 2018 Horseshoe Bay Resort, Marble Falls, Texas
6. June 28-29, 2018 Pearl, South Padre Island, Texas
7. 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. March 3, 2017 Austin, Texas
2. June 22-23, 2017 Live Oak, Texas
3. 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. January 20-21, 2017 Bastrop, TX
2. April 28-29, 2017 South Padre Island, TX
3. July 21-22, 2017 San Antonio, TX
4. 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: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Coordinating Board Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 1200 E. Anderson Lane Board Room
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000344
Submit Date: 01/12/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Raymund A. Paredes, Commissioner of Higher Education P.O. Box 12788; Austin, TX 78711 512.427.6101
Agenda: The Coordinating Board meeting will be broadcast live on the Internet at http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/Events. Board meeting agendas, minutes, presentations and reports are also available at this address.

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board may convene in Executive Session at any point in this meeting, concerning any item listed in the agenda or to seek or to receive its attorney’s advice on legal matters related thereto, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.071.

PUBLIC TESTIMONY: The presiding chair shall designate whether public testimony will be taken at the beginning of the meeting, at the time the related item is taken up by the Board after staff has presented the item, or any other time as determined by the presiding chair. For procedures on testifying please go to http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/public testimony.

I. Call to Order: Opening Remarks and Strategic Planning Presentation

A. Commissioner's Remarks

B. Strategic Planning Presentation by Chancellor Renu Khator, University of Houston System

C. Presentation on Southwestern University by President and Professor Edward Burger

II. Approval of Minutes

A. October 20, 2016, Board Meeting

B. December 15, 2016, Board Retreat

III. Approval of the Consent Calendar

A. Consent Calendar

IV. Major Policy Discussion

A. Georgia State University's success in helping to ensure the success of economically disadvantaged students in reaching their educational goals

V. Recognition of Excellence

A. The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston – Children's Learning Institute

VI. Matters relating to the Full Board

A. Annual Report on the operations of the College for All Texans Foundation for the year ending August 31, 2016.

B. Consideration of adopting the Negotiated Rulemaking Committee's recommendation relating to amendments to Chapter 22, Subchapter B, Section 22.29 of Board rules concerning the allocation methodology for the Tuition Equalization Grant Program

C. Update on the request for proposals for a third Education Research Center (ERC)

VII. Matters relating to the Committee on Affordability, Accountability and Planning

A. Committee Chair's Overview

B. Public Testimony on Items Relating to the Committee on Affordability, Accountability and Planning

C. Consideration of adopting staff recommendation to the Board relating to approval of the Enrollment Forecast

D. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to approval of the Facilities Audit Report

E. Consideration of adopting the staff recommendation to the Board relating to the approval of the Energy Savings Performance Contract for Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

F. Consideration of adopting the staff recommendation to the Board relating to the delegation of the Energy Savings Performance Contract Review Process

G. Report on facilities projects that were submitted to the Coordinating Board

H. Report on Financial Aid Advisory Committee activities

I. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board for approval of the nominated members of the Financial Aid Advisory Committee

J. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to amendments to Chapter 21, Subchapter RR, Section 21.2243 of the Board rules, concerning the Texas Armed Services Scholarship Program

K. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to moving Chapter 22, Subchapters N, O, P, R, T, and U of Board rules to Chapter 21, Student Services, new Subchapters H, I, L, O, Q, and Z

VIII. Lunch

IX. Matters relating to the Committee on Academic and Workforce Success

A. Committee Chair's Overview

B. Public Testimony on Items Relating to the Committee on Academic and Workforce Success

C. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the Board authorizing the Commissioner of Higher Education to approve proposals for Bachelor of Science in Nursing to Doctor of Nursing Practice (BSN-to-DNP) from institutions with existing DNP programs

D. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to requests for a new degree program:

TARLETON STATE UNIVERSITY
(1) Bachelor of Science (BS) degree with a major in Mechanical Engineering

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER
(2) Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree to a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree in Nursing Practice

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON
(3) Bachelor of Science (BS) degree with a major in Construction Management

E. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the July 2016 Annual Compliance Reports for institutions under a Certificate of Authorization (Names beginning with "P" through "Z")

F. Report to the Board on school closures and/or teach-outs pursuant to Chapter 7, Subchapter A, Section 7.7(5)

G. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to issuance of a Request for Applications for the Engineering Recruitment Program–Engineering Summer Program (ERP-ESP)

H. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the issuance of a Request for Applications for the Autism Grant Program

I. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the issuance of additional Request for Applications for the Nursing, Allied Health and Other Health-related Education Grant Program

J. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to changes in the Academic Course Guide Manual (ACGM)

K. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board to authorize the Commissioner of Higher Education to submit the 2016 report on the National Research University Fund to the Comptroller and Legislature

L. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the appointment of member(s) to:

(1) Academic Course Guide Manual Advisory Committee
(2) Apply Texas Advisory Committee
(3) Certification Advisory Council
(4) Graduate Education Advisory Committee
(5) Learning Technology Advisory Committee
(6) Undergraduate Education Advisory Committee

M. Proposed Rules:

(1) Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the proposed new Chapter 1, Subchapter T, Sections 1.220 - 1.226 of Board rules concerning the creation of the Workforce Education Course Manual (WECM) Advisory Committee

(2) Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the proposed amendments to Chapter 5, Subchapter C, Section 5.44 of Board rules concerning the approval of new academic programs at public universities and health-related institutions

(3) Consideration of adopting Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the proposed amendments to Chapter 5, Subchapter A, Section 5.5 of Board rules concerning the Uniform Admission Policy

(4) Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the proposed repeal of Chapter 15, Subchapter B, Sections 15.20 - 15.22 of Board rules concerning the Research University Development Fund

(5) Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the proposed new Chapter 27, Subchapter I, Sections 27.261 - 27.267 of Board rules concerning the creation of the Computer Science/Information Technology Field of Study Advisory Committee

(6) Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the proposed new Chapter 27, Subchapter J, Sections 27.281 - 27.287 of Board rules concerning the creation of the Criminal Justice Field of Study Advisory Committee

(7) Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the proposed new Chapter 27, Subchapter K, Sections 27.301 - 27.307 of Board rules concerning the creation of the Performing Arts/Drama Field of Study Advisory Committee

N. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to Frank Phillips College to operate a Branch Campus in Dalhart to serve students from Dallam and Hartley Counties

O. Report on institutional requests acted on by the Commissioner or Assistant Commissioner since the previous Board meeting

X. Matters relating to the Agency Operations Committee

A. Committee Chairs' Overview

B. Public Testimony on Items Relating to the Agency Operations Committee

C. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to amending the Charter for the Agency Operations Committee

D. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the Board Operating Policies and Procedures

E. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the authorization to enter into an agreement with the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) to continue to provide collection services for the agency’s student loan program as well as contracts ancillary thereto.

XI. 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 Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Intellectual and Developmental Disability System 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: 2017000059
Submit Date: 01/04/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Suzanna Carter, Interim Advisory Committee Coordinator, Medicaid/Children’s Health Insurance Program Division, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-730-7423, or suzanna.carter@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:

Intellectual and Developmental Disability System
Redesign Advisory Committee

January 26, 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. Introductions to include new members and Chair report
2. Review and adoption of October 27, 2016, meeting minutes (Vote required)
3. Meet with Executive Commissioner Charles Smith
4. Presentation of State Supported Living Center Dental Pilot
5. Update on Home and Community-based Services settings
6. Public comment
7. Lunch
8. STAR Kids update
9. Intellectual and Developmental Disability Pilot status
10. Discuss committee's vision, mission, 2017 goals, measurements, and subcommittee evaluation
11. Break
12. Continuation of committee's vision, mission, 2017 goals, measurements and subcommittee evaluation
13. Public comment
14. Discuss April agenda topics and action items
15. Adjourn

Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Suzanna Carter, Interim Advisory Committee Coordinator, Medicaid/Children’s Health Insurance Program Division, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-730-7423, or suzanna.carter@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 Carter at 512-730-7423 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: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Intellectual and Developmental Disability System Redesign 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: 2017000181
Submit Date: 01/09/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Suzanna Carter, Interim Advisory Committee Coordinator, Medicaid/Children’s Health Insurance Program Division, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-730-7423, or suzanna.carter@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:

Intellectual and Developmental Disability System
Redesign Advisory Committee

January 26, 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. Introductions to include new members and Chair report
2. Review and adoption of October 27, 2016, meeting minutes (Vote required)
3. Meet with Executive Commissioner Charles Smith
4. Presentation of State Supported Living Center Dental Pilot
5. Update on Home and Community-based Services settings
6. Public comment
7. Lunch
8. STAR Kids update
9. Intellectual and Developmental Disability Pilot status
10. Legislative update
11. Discuss committee's vision, mission, 2017 goals, measurements, and subcommittee evaluation
12. Break
13. Continuation of committee's vision, mission, 2017 goals, measurements and subcommittee evaluation
14. Public comment
15. Discuss April agenda topics and action items
16. Adjourn

Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Suzanna Carter, Interim Advisory Committee Coordinator, Medicaid/Children’s Health Insurance Program Division, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-730-7423, or suzanna.carter@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 Carter at 512-730-7423 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Diabetes Council
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Health Care Professionals Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Texas Department of State Health Services, 1100 West 49th Street, Tower Building, 4th Floor, Room T-607
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000526
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Luby Garza-Abijaoude, M.S., R.D., L.D., Diabetes Nutrition Consultant, Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Section, Diabetes Prevention and Control Branch, Texas Department of State Health Services, P.O. Box 149347, MC 1945, Austin, TX 78714-9347,Luby.Garza@dshs.state.tx.us, (512) 776-2831. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, Center for Consumer and External Affairs, Department of State Health Services, (512) 776-2780, at least 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Agenda:
Purpose: To advise the Texas Diabetes Council regarding diabetes care standards, treatment algorithms, materials dissemination and outcomes evaluation.

The Committee will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

1. Call to Order, Welcome, Introductions

2. Designate Recorder and Roll Call (Action Item)

3. Mission Statement

4. Review and Approve October 27, 2016, Minutes (Action Item)

5. Medical Professionals Advisory Subcommittee Report (Action Item)

6. Outcomes Advisory Subcommittee Report (Action Item)

7. Public Comments

8. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Diabetes Council
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Outcomes Advisory Subcommittee
Status: Active
Street Location: Texas Department of State Health Services, 1100 West 49th Street, Moreton Building, Room M-653
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000524
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jimi Ripley-Black, Information Specialist IV, Diabetes Branch - Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Section, Division for Disease Control and Prevention Services, DSHS, P.O. Box 149347, MC 1945, Austin, TX 78714-9347, (512) 776-3904, Jimi.Ripley-Black@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, Center for Consumer and External Affairs, Texas Department of State Health Services, (512) 776-2780, at least 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements may be made. Directions and map: http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/visitor/complex.shtm
Agenda:
Mission Statement: To support the Texas Diabetes Council (TDC) in carrying-out its vision and mission by identifying sources of comparative diabetes-related data, analyzing outcome-related data, and identifying groups who positively impact diabetes care in Texas.

Plan to Prevent and Control Diabetes in Texas priorities:
a. Advancing Public Policy Affecting Diabetes
b. Evaluating the Impact of Diabetes in Texas
c. Promoting Comprehensive Programs for the Prevention of Diabetes
d. Increasing Public Awareness, Promoting Community Outreach and Diabetes Education
e. Improving Diabetes Care and Prevention of Complications by Health Care Professionals

1. Call to Order, Welcome, and Introductions

2. Review and Approve October 27, 2016, Minutes (Action Item)

3. Power to Prevent Diabetes (packaged PowerPoint presentations with speaker notes and handouts)

4. Proposed 1115 Waiver Learning Collaborative for Academic Medical Centers Addressing Diabetes

5. Outcomes Research/Recent Articles

6. Public Comments

7. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Diabetes Council
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Medical Professionals Advisory Subcommittee
Status: Active
Street Location: Texas Department of State Health Services, 1100 West 49th Street, Tower Building, 4th Floor, Room T-607
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000525
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Luby Garza-Abijaoude, M.S., R.D., L.D., Diabetes Nutrition Consultant, Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Section, Diabetes Prevention and Control Branch, Texas Department of State Health Services, P.O. Box 149347, MC 1945, Austin, TX 78714-9347, Luby.Garza@dshs.state.tx.us, (512) 776-2831. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, Center for Consumer and External Affairs, Texas Department of State Health Services, (512) 776-2780, at least 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Agenda:
Mission Statement: To develop standards of care for prevention, identification, and clinical treatment of patients with diabetes mellitus in the State of Texas and to continue to develop new clinical care algorithms and update existing algorithms, which are evidence-based and unbiased to be recommended to the Texas Diabetes Council and to develop educational programs for patients and health care professionals.

The Subcommittee will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

1. Call to Order; and Welcome

2. Designate Recorder, Roll Call, and Mission Statement

3. Review and Approve October 27, 2016 Minutes

4. Algorithm Review, Discussion and Updates
a. Transition Algorithm from I.V. to S.Q. Insulin for Patients with Diabetes or Hyperglycemia (Action Item)
b. Insulin Therapy for Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Teaching Document (Action Item)
c. Glycemic Control Algorithm for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Adults (Action Item)

5. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Diabetes Council
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Texas Department of State Health Services, 1100 West 49th Street, M-100
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000528
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Richard Kropp, Manager, Diabetes Prevention and Control Branch, Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Section, Texas Department of State Health Services, P.O. Box 149347, MC 1965, Austin TX 78714-9347, Phone (512) 776-3580, Fax (512) 776-7408, Richard.Kropp@dshs.state.tx.us. OR Cattina Horn, Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Section, Texas Department of State Health Services, P.O. Box 149347, MC 1965, Austin, TX 78714-9347, Phone (512) 776-3083, Fax (512) 776-7408, Cattina.Horn@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, Center for Consumer and External Affairs, Department of State Health Services, (512) 776-2780, at least 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Agenda:
Mission: To effectively reduce the health and economic burdens of diabetes in Texas.

The Council will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

1. Call to Order

2. Roll Call

3. Action on Absences

4. Approval of October 27, 2016 Meeting Minutes (Action Item)

5. Chair’s Address and Report

6. Texas Diabetes Council HMO Recognition Awards

7. Presentations

Expanding the Diabetes Self-Management Program (DSMP) through the Texas HHSC Medicaid 1115 Waiver in RHP 17

Diabetes Research and Interventions in South Texas

8. DSHS Diabetes Prevention and Control Program Manager’s Report

9. Health Care Professionals Advisory Committee
a. Medical Professionals Advisory Subcommittee
- 1. Algorithm Review, Discussion and Updates
-- a. Transition Algorithm from I.V. to S.Q. Insulin for Patients with Diabetes or Hyperglycemia (Action Item)
-- b. Insulin Therapy for Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Teaching Document (Action Item)
-- c. Glycemic Control Algorithm for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Adults (Action Item)

b. Outcomes Advisory Subcommittee
- 1. Power to Prevent Diabetes
- 2. Proposed 1115 Waiver Learning Collaborative for Academic Medical Centers Addressing Diabetes
- 3. Outcomes Research/Recent Activities

10. Advocacy and Outreach Committee
a. Health and Human Commission Rider 84: Texas Medicaid and Texas Diabetes Council Coordination and Report (Action Item)
b. Employees Retirement System Rider 14: Diabetes Prevention Program for ERS Participants
c. National Association of Chronic Disease Directors State Engagement Meeting: Strategic Planning for the National Diabetes Prevention Program
d. Proposed 1115 Waiver Learning Collaborative for Academic Medical Centers Addressing Diabetes
e. American Diabetes Association Advocacy Update
f. Diabetes Research Update
g. Statewide Professional Education Updates
h. Coordinating Calendar Items
i. Adoption of Meeting Recommendations (Action Item)

11. Program Reports
a. Public Information and Education
b. Community Diabetes Projects

12. Agency Reports
a. Department of Assistive & Rehabilitative Services
b. Department of State Health Services
c. Department of Aging and Disability Services
d. Health and Human Services Commission/Texas Medicaid

13. Member Announcements

14. Public Comment (No Action Required)

15. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Veterans Land Board
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
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: 2017000543
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
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 October 31, 2016 Veterans Land Board Meeting.
________________________________________________________________________

2. Consideration and possible action on loan rates in the Veterans’ Housing Assistance Program and Veterans’ Land Program, and other matters in connection therewith.
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3. Consideration and possible action on increasing the maximum allowable loan amount in the Veterans’ Housing Assistance Program and the Veterans’ Land Program, and other matters in connection therewith.
________________________________________________________________________

4. Consideration and action on resident room rates in the David A. Gloier Texas State Veterans Home Program, and other matters in connection therewith.
________________________________________________________________________

5. Discussion regarding administration of the Veterans’ Housing Assistance Program, and other matters in connection therewith.
________________________________________________________________________

6. Quarterly Investment Report for the period ended September 30, 2016.
________________________________________________________________________

7. Consideration and action to set aside bids received from the Online Bidding Forfeited Land Sale held January 24, 2017, on any tract where the account holder is making an appeal for reinstatement and paid in full.
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8. Consideration and action to accept and award all qualified high bids received from the Online Bidding Forfeited Land Sale held January 24, 2017.
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9. Consideration and action on request to forfeit VLB delinquent land accounts.
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10. Consideration and action on request to Order for Sale land tracts that may be included in the next Online Bidding Forfeited Land Sale.
________________________________________________________________________

11. Consideration and action to set the next Quarterly Electronic Forfeited Land Sale bidding period to begin March 6, 2017 through, April 25, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
________________________________________________________________________

12. Staff Reports:

A. Staff Update for Loan Operations Production Report
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Agency Name: Teacher Retirement System of Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Retirees Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1000 Red River Street, TRS East Building, 5th Floor, Boardroom
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000477
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Karen Harper, 1000 Red River Street, Austin, Texas 78701-2698. (512) 542-6737. For ADA assistance, contact Katherine Farrell (512) 542-6569 or T.D.D. (512) 542-6444 or (800) 841-4497 at least two days before the meeting.
Agenda: Retirees Advisory Committee Meeting Agenda
Thursday, January 26, 2017
1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Boardroom (East Building 5th floor, Room E513)
Teacher Retirement System of Texas
1000 Red River Street, Austin, TX 78701


1. Call to order - RAC Chair.

2. Roll call of Committee Members.

3. Approval of proposed minutes from the May 19, 2016 RAC Meeting.

4. Public Comments.

5. TRS and legislative updates including Joint Committee report regarding TRS-ActiveCare and TRS-Care - Brian Guthrie, Executive Director, TRS.

6. TRS Board of Trustees meeting highlights and TRS-Care Activities Update, including recent plan changes – Katrina Daniel, Chief Health Care Officer, TRS.

7. TRS-Care Communication initiatives updates, including Medicare 101 video - Meaghan Bludau, HIB Communications, Cristina Juarez, HIB Communications, TRS.

8. TRS-Care benefit program updates - Maggie Parker and Becca Slezak, Aetna; Tiffany Calderon and Sabina Rahman-Garcia, Humana; Chris Miller and Ajay Dalal, Express-Scripts.

9. Further discussion on any item listed above on this meeting agenda and public comments on issues affecting TRS-Care and TRS-ActiveCare – All attendees.


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Agency Name: State Pension Review Board
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 200 East 18th Street, Boardroom
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000168
Submit Date: 01/09/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Sheryl Perry, sheryl.perry@prb.state.tx.us, 512-463-1736
Agenda: STATE PENSION REVIEW BOARD OF TEXAS
BOARD MEETING
AGENDA

Thursday, January 26, 2017 – 10:00 AM
Employees Retirement System of Texas
Board Room
200 East 18th Street, Austin, Texas 78701

The Board may deliberate and take action on any of the following items:
1. Meeting called to order
2. Roll call of Board members
3. Discuss and consider approval of the November 3, 2016 Board meeting minutes – Chair McGee
4. Receive update on plans for addressing funding shortfalls* – Chair McGee
A. Dallas Employees’ Retirement Fund – Cheryl Alston, Executive Director
B. Dallas Police and Fire Pension System – Kelly Gottschalk, Executive Director
5. Receive update on plans for addressing funding shortfalls* – Chair McGee
A. Houston Firefighter’s Relief and Retirement Fund – David Keller, Board Chairman
B. Houston Municipal Employees Pension System – TBD
C. Houston Police Officers Pension System – John Lawson, Executive Director
6. Actuarial Committee – Discuss and consider the following matters – Bob May
A. Actuarial Valuation Report – Kenny Herbold
B. Receive report on the December 15, 2016 Committee meeting – Kenny Herbold
i. PRB Guidelines for Actuarial Soundness, including presentation of comments received on draft Guidelines
ii. Discuss proposed draft language to update the PRB Guidelines for Actuarial Soundness
C. Public retirement system reporting and compliance, including noncompliant retirement systems under Section 801.209 of the Texas Government Code – Ashley Rendon
D. Update on the retirement systems subject to the Funding Soundness Restoration Plan (FSRP) requirement, including compliance – Ashley Rendon
7. Education and Research Committee – Discuss and consider the Minimum Educational Training (MET) Program for trustees and system administrators pursuant to Section 801.211 of the Texas Government Code, including the following – Judge Cable
A. Receive report on PRB online training utilization – Christine Taylor and Michelle Kranes
B. Receive update on MET compliance reporting – Christine Taylor and Michelle Kranes
C. Receive update on accredited sponsor and approved course renewal - Christine Taylor and Michelle Kranes
8. Legislative Committee – Discuss and consider the following items – Robert Massengale
A. 85th Legislature, including the following – Anumeha
i. House Committee on Pensions’ Interim Report to the 85th Texas Legislature
ii. PRB Bill Status Report
B. Guide to Public Retirement Systems in Texas – Anumeha
9. Review and discuss report from the Executive Director on the following matters – Anumeha
A. Updated Fiscal Year 2017 Operating Budget
B. Filing of 2016 personal financial statements
10. Update of committee assignments – Chair McGee
11. Call for future PRB agenda items
12. Date and location of next PRB meeting
13. Invitation for public comment
14. Adjournment


*Updates from Dallas retirement systems are scheduled to begin at approximately 10:05 a.m. Updates from Houston retirement systems are scheduled to begin at approximately 11:05 a.m. The order and timing of these agenda items is subject to change without prior notice.



NOTE: Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need special assistance are requested to contact Ms. Sheryl Perry at (800) 213-9425/ (512) 463-1736 three to five (3-5) working days prior to the meeting date so that appropriate arrangements can be made. The Board may go into executive/closed session regarding any item on the agenda if permitted under the Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code Annotated, Chapter 551.


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Agency Name: State Pension Review Board
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 200 East 18th Street, Boardroom
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000401
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Sheryl Perry, sheryl.perry@prb.state.tx.us, 512-463-1736
Agenda: STATE PENSION REVIEW BOARD OF TEXAS
BOARD MEETING
AGENDA
Thursday, January 26, 2017 – 10:00 AM
Employees Retirement System of Texas
Board Room
200 East 18th Street, Austin, Texas 78701

The Board may deliberate and take action on any of the following items:
1. Meeting called to order
2. Roll call of Board members
3. Discuss and consider approval of the November 3, 2016 Board meeting minutes – Chair McGee
4. Receive update on plans for addressing funding shortfalls* – Chair McGee
A. City of Dallas – TBD
B. Dallas Employees’ Retirement Fund – Cheryl Alston, Executive Director
C. Dallas Police and Fire Pension System – Kelly Gottschalk, Executive Director
5. Receive update on plans for addressing funding shortfalls* – Chair McGee
A. City of Houston – Kelly Dowe, Finance Director
B. Houston Firefighter’s Relief and Retirement Fund – David Keller, Board Chairman
C. Houston Municipal Employees Pension System – TBD
D. Houston Police Officers Pension System – John Lawson, Executive Director
6. Actuarial Committee – Discuss and consider the following matters – Bob May
A. Actuarial Valuation Report – Kenny Herbold
B. Receive report on the December 15, 2016 Committee meeting – Kenny Herbold
i. PRB Guidelines for Actuarial Soundness, including presentation of comments received on draft Guidelines
ii. Discuss proposed draft language to update the PRB Guidelines for Actuarial Soundness
C. Public retirement system reporting and compliance, including noncompliant retirement systems under Section 801.209 of the Texas Government Code – Ashley Rendon
D. Update on the retirement systems subject to the Funding Soundness Restoration Plan (FSRP) requirement, including compliance – Ashley Rendon
7. Education and Research Committee – Discuss and consider the Minimum Educational Training (MET) Program for trustees and system administrators pursuant to Section 801.211 of the Texas Government Code, including the following – Judge Cable
A. Receive report on PRB online training utilization – Christine Taylor and Michelle Kranes
B. Receive update on MET compliance reporting – Christine Taylor and Michelle Kranes
C. Receive update on accredited sponsor and approved course renewal - Christine Taylor and Michelle Kranes
8. Legislative Committee – Discuss and consider the following items – Robert Massengale
A. 85th Legislature, including the following – Anumeha
i. House Committee on Pensions’ Interim Report to the 85th Texas Legislature
ii. PRB Bill Status Report
B. Guide to Public Retirement Systems in Texas – Anumeha
9. Review and discuss report from the Executive Director on the following matters – Anumeha
A. Updated Fiscal Year 2017 Operating Budget
B. Filing of 2016 personal financial statements
10. Update of committee assignments – Chair McGee
11. Call for future PRB agenda items
12. Date and location of next PRB meeting
13. Invitation for public comment
14. Adjournment

*Agenda item #4 is scheduled to begin at approximately 10:05 a.m. Agenda item #5 is scheduled to begin at approximately 11:35 a.m. The order and timing of these agenda items is subject to change without prior notice.



NOTE: Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need special assistance are requested to contact Ms. Sheryl Perry at (800) 213-9425/ (512) 463-1736 three to five (3-5) working days prior to the meeting date so that appropriate arrangements can be made. The Board may go into executive/closed session regarding any item on the agenda if permitted under the Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code Annotated, Chapter 551.


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Agency Name: State Pension Review Board
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Actuarial
Status: Cancelled
Street Location: 300 West 15th Street, Room 103
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2016007998
Submit Date: 11/22/2016
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Sheryl Perry, Sheryl.Perry@prb.state.tx.us, 512-463-1736
Agenda: STATE PENSION REVIEW BOARD OF TEXAS
ACTUARIAL COMMITTEE MEETING
AGENDA

Thursday, December 15, 2016 – 1:00 PM
William P. Clements State Office Building, Room 103
300 West 15th Street, Austin, Texas 78701


The Actuarial Committee may deliberate and take action on any of the following items:

1. Meeting called to order
2. Roll call of Committee members
3. Approval of the September 15, 2016 Committee meeting minutes
4. Review and consider modifications to the PRB Guidelines for Actuarial Soundness, including presentation of comments received on the proposed language for updating the PRB Guidelines
5. Receive staff update on the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System
6. Receive staff update on the upcoming 85th Legislative Session, including pre-filing of pension-related bills and the actuarial impact statement process
7. Invitation for audience participation
8. Adjournment



NOTE: Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need special assistance are requested to contact Ms. Sheryl Perry at (800) 213-9425/ (512) 463-1736 three to five (3-5) working days prior to the meeting date so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Archeology Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 N. Congress Avenue, William B. Travis Bldg., Rm 1-104
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000488
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
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 October 19, 2016 Archeology Committee meeting minutes

3. Update on Old Socorro Mission, 41EP1532, El Paso County

4. Discussion about proposed revisions to the Health & Safety Code

5. Division Director’s Report
a. Summary of AAB meeting and recommendations
b. Update on Archeology Division programs and staff
1. La Belle update
2. Society for Historical Archaeology recap
3. Texas Archeological Stewardship Network news
4. Regional archeology activities
5. Upcoming activities/events

6. Award of Merit presentations – Mercado-Allinger
a. University of Texas Lands for over three decades of funding research and site preservation associated with their lands in West Texas
b. Turpin and Sons, Inc. for their decade’s long research of the archeological sites on University
Lands in West Texas
c. Stephen Hartmann for promotion of archeological study and site preservation and protection within University of Texas Lands of West Texas

7. 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: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:15 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Finance & Government Relations Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 N. Congress Ave.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000480
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Paige Neumann 512.463.6100 paige.neumann@thc.texas.gov
Agenda: AGENDA
FINANCE & GOVERNMENT RELATIONS COMMITTEE
William B Travis Bldg.
1701 N. Congress Ave.
Room 1-104
Austin, TX 78701
January 26, 2017
11:15 a.m.


This meeting of the Finance & Government Relations Committee has been properly posted with the Secretary of State’s 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 October 19, 2016 Finance and Government Relations Committee meeting minutes

3. Reporting and accepting of transfer from the Friends of the THC to the THC for the Caddo Mounds SHS grass house project

4. Consider approval of contract amendments and extensions
A. Howard & Revis for San Felipe de Austin SHS Museum project
B. Lord, Aeck & Sargent Architects for San Felipe de Austin SHS Museum project (architectural services)
C. Richter Architects for Levi Jordan Plantation SHS project

5. Financial dashboard review

6. Legislative Report

7. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Historic Sites Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 N. Congress Ave.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000483
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Theresa Wenske 512.463.6323 theresa.wenske@thc.texas.gov
Agenda: AGENDA
HISTORIC SITES COMMITTEE
William B Travis Bldg.
1701 N. Congress Ave.
Room 1-104
Austin, TX 78701
January 26, 2017
2:00 p.m.


This meeting of the Historic Sites Committee has been properly posted with the Secretary of State’s 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 October 19, 2016 Historic Sites Committee meeting minutes

3. Consider approval of deaccessions from Eisenhower Birthplace, Landmark Inn, Starr Family Home, and Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Sites

4. Consider approval of donor recognition at the San Felipe de Austin SHS and the National Museum of the Pacific War, Pacific Combat Zone

5. Update on brand images

6. Deputy Executive Director for Historic Sites Update

7. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 N. Congress Ave.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000484
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Esther Garza esther.garza@thc.texas.gov 512.463.6100
Agenda: AGENDA
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
William B Travis Bldg.
1701 N. Congress Ave.
Room 1-104
Austin, TX 78701
January 26, 2017
3 p.m.


This meeting of the Executive Committee has been properly posted with the Secretary of State’s 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 Executive Committee meeting minutes
A. October 19, 2016
B. December 6, 2016

3. Confirm appointment to Board of Trustees of the Friends of the Texas Historical Commission

4. Consider approval of re- appointments to the Texas Preservation Trust Fund Advisory Board

5. Consider dates/locations for 2017-2018 quarterly meeting dates

6. Discussion and possible action regarding State Antiquities Landmark site designation for the Houston Astrodome, Harris County, owned by Harris County

7. Internal audit report, 16-002, Human Resources

8. Information technology update

9. Human Resources Director’s Report

10. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 N. Congress Avenue, William B. Travis Bldg., Rm 1-104
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000487
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lillie Thompson, Texas Historical Commission, P.O. Box 12276, Austin, TX 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 #83 minutes from October 19, 2016
(Katy, Texas)

3. State Antiquities Landmark (SAL) nomination information.
Discussion and vote on SAL nomination:
a. Confederate Monument on Courthouse Lawn at the Ellis County Courthouse, owned by Ellis County

4. AAB Appointments – Discussion and vote on appointments and/or reappointments to the Antiquities Advisory Board

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

6. Chairman’s Report

7. 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: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: History/Heritage Development Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 N. Congress Ave.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000481
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Community Heritage-512.463.6092 History Programs-512.463.5853
Agenda: AGENDA
HISTORY/ HERITAGE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
William B Travis Bldg.
1701 N. Congress Ave.
Room 1-104
Austin, TX 78701
January 26-27, 2017
1 p.m.

This meeting of the History/ Heritage Development Committee has been properly posted with the Secretary of State’s 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 October 19, 2016 committee meeting minutes
3. Certification of Historic Texas Cemetery Designations
4. Consider approval of applications for Official Texas Historical Markers in calendar year 2017
5. Consider approval of the application ranking and funding recommendations for the FY2017 Certified Local Government Grants
6. Report and possible action concerning the Texas Main Street Program application process and scoring
7. Community Heritage Development Division update and committee discussion
A. Update on the Certified Local Government activities including training, grants, and prospective CLGs
B. Update on heritage tourism activities including Texas Heritage Trails Program, Brazos Trail status, travel guides and mobile tours, and Real Places 2018 conference
C. Update on Texas Main Street program including staffing, training, national pilot façade improvement project, and www.DowntownTX.org
8. History Programs Division update and committee discussion
A. Update on new hires and staffing
B. Report on federal program activities, including recent National Register of Historic Places listings
C. Report on Museum Services programs and workshops
9. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:15 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Architecture Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 N. Congress Ave., Rm 1-104
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000478
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lisa Harvell 512.463.6094 lisa.harvell@thc.texas.gov
Agenda: AGENDA
ARCHITECTURE COMMITTEE
William B. Travis Building
1701 N. Congress Ave.
Room 1-104
Thursday, January 26, 2017
10:15 a.m.

This meeting of the Architecture Committee has been properly posted with the Secretary of State’s 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 October 19, 2016, Architecture Committee meeting minutes

3. Architecture Division update and committee discussion
A. Report on Courthouse Preservation activities including on-going Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program grant projects and Texas Courthouse Stewardship program
B. Report on Historic Preservation Tax Credits
C. Review of Architecture Division’s quarterly narrative and project highlights.

4. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:45 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Public Information and Education Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 N. Congress Ave.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000479
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Chris Florance 512.463.4565 chris.florance@thc.texas.gov
Agenda: AGENDA
PUBLIC INFORMATION AND EDUCATION COMMITTEE
William B Travis Bldg.
1701 N. Congress Ave.
Room 1-104
Austin, TX 78701
January 26, 2017
10:45 a.m.


This meeting of the Public Information and Education Committee has been properly posted with the Secretary of State’s 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 October 19, 2016 Committee meeting minutes

3. Report on Web and Digital Media

4. Report on Media Relations

5. Report on Graphic Design/Publications

6. Adjournment


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Agency Name: State Preservation Board
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Texas State Cemetery Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 909 Navasota St
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000407
Submit Date: 01/13/2017
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 Robert R. Barnett, Sam R. Cummings, Robert S. Hicks, Barry McBee, and Jason C. Walker.

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 and Presidential Monument at the Texas State Cemetery

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: Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Education
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe - Suite 2-510
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000512
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Karen Gordon, PT Coordinator; 512-305-6900; karen@ptot.texas.gov
Agenda: A. Call to order
B. Public comment
C. Approval of minutes from the October 27, 2016 meeting.
D. Discussion and possible action on the Texas Physical Therapy Association (TPTA) Continuing Competence Approval Program (CCAP) report, including conclusion of the audit of TPTA approved courses.
E. Discussion and possible action on proposing changes to §341.2. Continuing Competence Requirements regarding approving organizations to accredit providers and to evaluate and approve continuing competence activities.
F. Discussion and possible action on proposing changes to §329.2. Licensure by Examination regarding an applicant educated as a physical therapist testing as a physical therapist assistant.
G. Discussion and possible action on a request for an appeal to re-take the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE).
H. Discussion and possible action on issues related to physical therapy entry-level education and continuing competence.
I. Discussion and possible action on future meeting dates and agenda items.
J. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Crystal Clear Water Supply Corporation
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
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: 2017000665
Submit Date: 01/23/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Regina C. Franke, Office Manager (830) 372-1031
Agenda:
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
January 26, 2016
NOTICE
In accordance with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code, Vernon’s 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 26th of January, 2016, 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.​ Appointments to fill vacant positions on the Board
Item 4. Election of Board Officers
Item 5.​ Consent Agenda
a. Approve Minutes November 22, 2016 and January 10, 2017 Board meetings
​ b. Approval of November and December 2016 Financials
​ c. Approval of the November and December 2016 Directors Reports
Item 6.​ Report on daily operations and related matters.
a. Update on Trinity Wells and Martin-Marietta litigation
b. Expedited Decertification by Las Colinas Development
c. Update on application to the Texas Water Development Board for financial assistance
d. Presentation and approval of the 2016 Annual Audit
e. Update and possible extension on the easement and mapping project by Texas Land & Right of Way
f. Resolution(s) authorizing condemnations.
• Rocha property for Sanitary Control Easement for McCarty Wells.
• Flying W property for Sanitary Control Easement for Nelson Well.
• Any other properties needed for CIP or TCEQ regulatory compliance.
g. Miscellaneous meter requests and line extensions:
1. Cherryville/Caldwell County M.U.D. #1
2. Award of Project Bids:
• Trinity Test Well Project- award of bid and MOU with Developer.
• El Camino and Boeder Tanks Rehabilitation Project- award of bid
3. Update on other miscellaneous proposed developments and/or other O&M needs
• Tschoepe Road line extension
• Braune Road line extension
• Skull Road line extension
• York Valley Overlook
• Emergency line replacement on Gander Slough
Item 7. Board Member items.
a. General Manager’s Annual Performance Review and possible merit increase/bonus.
b. Board Committees, assignments and charges
c. Next regular meeting February 23, 2017
d. Water Loss Report
e. Items for future agendas
Item 8. 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: January 23, 2017
Time: 6:50AM
By: Regina C. Franke
HB #3357


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Agency Name: Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1930 North Washington
City Location: Livingston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000605
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
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, January 26, 2017 at 10:00 A.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:
• Communication of outages on the website (Greg Freeman, Jim Proctor)
• Discussion of recent outages (John Sexton)
• Sale of Riverside Harbor (John Sexton)
• Sale of Surplus Property and discussion of properties (Jeanette Rogers)
• Explanation and Eligibility of Community Block Grants (John Sexton)
5. Report to the board by the following:
• John Sexton, General Manager, possible customer concerns or complaints, employee matters, pressure tank inspections, current projects, 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: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 300 Cheyenne
City Location: Killeen
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000535
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Susan Kamas, 254-724-4514
Agenda: CALL TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

CHAIR’S REPORT
Attendance

ACTION ITEMS
Consent Agenda: Board Business Meeting Minutes, November 17, 2016
Limitations on Salaries and Bonuses Paid for Executive Leadership

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
Economic Development Updates
Strategic Plan 20172020

WORKFORCE ACTIVITIES BRIEFINGS
National Updates: Conference of Mayors
Service to Community State and Local Updates: Texas Workforce Commission Updates, Monitoring Results, 2017 Best Companies to Work for in Texas, CTC Workforce Education Program Addition, Workforce Board Designation, Performance Awards from Texas Workforce Annual Conference

WORKFORCE CENTERS UPDATES
Service to Business Job Openings Report, Business Layoffs, Fort Hood Updates
Service to Job Seekers Workforce Centers Reports and Program Updates

NEW/OTHER BUSINESS
Board Member Discussion
Texas Workforce ConferenceAttendees Report
Workforce Board Meeting Evaluation Results, October Luncheon and November Business Meeting
Workforce Board Evaluations for January, Handouts
Calendar of Activities
Feb. 23, Board and Public Comments for Strategic Plan
March 23, Board and Demand/Target Occupations Meeting, 9:00 to Noon

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: Hays County Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 21001 North IH 35
City Location: Kyle
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000214
Submit Date: 01/10/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: David G. Valle, Chief Appraiser Hays Central Appraisal District 21001 North IH 35 Kyle, Texas 78640
Agenda: Notice is hereby given pursuant to the requirements of the Open Meeting Act Section 551.041 of the Texas Government code, the Hays County Appraisal Review Board will meet
Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 9.00 am at 21001 N. IH 35, Kyle, Texas. The proposed agenda will be as follows.

1) Call to Order
2) Establishment of a Quorum
3) Approve minutes for meeting held January 25, 2017
4) Hear scheduled protest and take necessary action
5) Adjourn to executive session pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071 of the Texas Open Meetings Act for the following purpose:

a) 551.071 –Private Consultation with legal counsel on any and all subjects or matters authorized by law.

6) Review and take action on 25.25 motions to appraisal records for current and prior years’ appraisal roll.
7) Hear and/or determine protest for taxing unit challenge petition for current year appraisal roll.
8) Accept and approve supplemental appraisal records for current and prior years’ appraisal roll.
9) Review previously protested and tabled accounts and take necessary action.
10) Grant or deny late protests and re-hearing requests and take necessary action.
11) Review and take action on changes to protest hearing procedures.
12) Public comments
13) Set date and time of next meeting
14) Adjourn



_________________________________________.
Dianne VanCura, ARB Chairman




The above notice of meeting was posted on _____________________________, 2017 at _____________ at the Hays County Government Center on Stagecoach Trl.



_________________________________________.
Hays County Clerk/Deputy Chief


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Agency Name: Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 301 W Loop 121
City Location: Belton
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000619
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Carmen Lim Carmen.lim@ctcog.org (254) 770-2235
Agenda: Luncheon/Welcome
State of the Region
Call to Order & Oath of Office
ACTION ITEM
Election of Officers/Oath of Office
ADJOURN


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Agency Name: Deep East Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1109 Oaklawn Street
City Location: San Augustine
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000671
Submit Date: 01/23/2017
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. HEAR COMMITTEE REPORTS & CONSIDER RECOMMENDATIONS

a. Deep East Texas Regional Housing Advisory Committee – Daphne Session, Chair
i. Consider updates in DETCOG Housing Plan, including re-certification for tenants who move and utility reimbursement process.


b. Solid Waste Advisory Committee – Charles Shofner, Chair
i. Consider approving Solid Waste Grants Program funding and application process

c. Emergency Preparedness Task Force – Tara Triana, Chair
Note: These reports contain information which may be exempt from public release under the Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.C. 552) and will not be discussed publicly. Board Members should direct questions to the Homeland Security Director.
i. Approve 2016 State Preparedness Report for DETCOG Region
ii. Approve 2016 Threat & Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
iii. Approve Homeland Security Strategic 2017 Plan Implementation Plan
iv. Approve Emergency Preparedness Task Force 2017 Risk Informed Methodology

4. PRESIDENT’S REPORT
a. Update in Board membership
i. New appointee for Angelina & Neches River Authority – Jody Anderson
ii. Approve process to fill Minority Representative vacancies

b. Board Resolution authorizing new bank account for Building Fund

5. EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS REPORT
a. Report on Deep East Texas Legislative Reception
b. Quarterly financial report and certification of investments
c. Consider any offers received for sale of vacant lot in City of Nacogdoches (HOP Program)
d. Approve offering surplus/salvage vehicles for sale to member governments
e. Approve disposal of surplus or salvage office equipment and furniture
f. Final Report on monitoring visit by Governor’s Office Homeland Security Grants Division
g. Update on DETCOG Regional Housing Authority operations
h. Update on close out of Disaster Recovery Housing Program
i. Update on status of funds re-allocated to infrastructure projects under the Amendment to the Method of Distribution approved by the Board on November 15, 2016
j. Update on RSVP Program
k. Update on move-out of Lufkin building and temporary staff relocations

6. ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

7. REVIEW OF UPCOMING MEETINGS AND ACTIVITIES

February 1-3, 2017 TARC Board of Directors & Staff Training, Austin, TX
February 12-15, 2017 NARC National Conference, Washington, DC
February 20, 2017 DETCOG offices will be closed in observance of President’s Day
February 23, 2017 DETCOG Board of Directors Meeting – Houston County

8. ADJOURN


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Agency Name: East Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 3800 Stone Rd.
City Location: Kilgore
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000582
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: David A. Cleveland ETCOG 3800 Stone Rd. Kilgore, TX 75662 903-218-6423
Agenda: AGENDA
1.Call to Order
2.Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance
3.Introductions
4.Roll Call
5.Public Comments
6.Executive Director’s Report
•Agenda Overview
•East Texas Reception
7. Action Items
A. Consent Agenda
The Consent Agenda is considered to be self explanatory and will be enacted with one motion. There will not be separate discussion of these items. However, any Consent Agenda item may be removed for individual consideration pursuant to a request by an Executive Committee member.
•Executive Committee Meeting minutes of December 8, 2016
B.Consider entering into Executive Session pursuant to Section 551.071 (1) & (2) for discussion of contemplated litigation and private consultation with attorney:
a. Convene into executive session
b. Reconvene into open session
C.Consider approval of short term loan to the (ETCOG) Community Loan Center Program:
D.Consider approval of ETCOG/AAA authority to develop a regional housing initiative:
E.Consider approval of Workforce Solutions East Texas Board (WSETB) to attend National Association of Workforce Boards Conference in Washington D.C.:
E.Consider approval of Procurement of Document Management System and Customer Portal for DWS/Participant Use:
F.Consider approval of Remanufacturing of Two GoBus Fleet Vehicles:
G.Consider Approval of Purchase of GoBus Fleet Vehicles:
H.Consider approval of MOU between the CEO/RPO Board and the East Texas Council of Governments:
Status Report
•Process to Secure Workforce Center Leases in Longview and Tyler
8.Executive Committee Members Discussion
9.Adjourn



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Agency Name: Heart of Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 127 E Franklin Street
City Location: Hillsboro
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000646
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
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
January 26, 2017
10:00 AM





City of Hillsboro
Historic City Hall
127 E. Franklin Street
Hillsboro, 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 26th Day of January, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. at the City of Hillsboro Historic City Hall, 127 E. Franklin Street, Hillsboro, 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 October 27, 2016 meeting minutes

B. New Business
1. Health and Human Services Advisory Council Appointments
2. FY 2018 Juvenile Justice Program Grant Application and Resolution
3. Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) Scoring and Operating Procedures (SOP) Updated
4. Executive Committee recommendations of Officers and Members for 2017

C. Report of the Executive Director and Staff

1. Department of Administration
a. Financial, Personnel and Investment Reports

2. Health & Human Services
a. Department Activities Report



3. Regional Services
a. Department Activities Report

4. Executive Director’s Report


V. Other Reports
a. Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) Attendance
c. FY 2017 Law Enforcement Training Attendees by Agency

VI. Public Comment

VII. Adjournment


Signed this the 20th Day of January 2017.




Russell Devorsky
Executive Director




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Agency Name: Heart of Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 127 E Franklin Street
City Location: Hillsboro
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000645
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mary McDow (254) 292-1800 mary.mcdow@hotcog.tx.us
Agenda:







HEART OF TEXAS
COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Annual Business Meeting
Luncheon
and
Installation of 2017 Officers


Thursday
January 26, 2017

12:00
Noon

City of Hillsboro
Historic City Hall
127 E. Franklin Street
Hillsboro, Texas














BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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 Board of Directors Annual Business Meeting of the Heart of Texas Council of Governments will be held on Thursday, the 26th Day of January, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. at the City of Hillsboro Historic City Hall, 127 E. Franklin Street, Hillsboro, 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 the provisions of Chapter 551, Texas Government Code, as amended, known as the Texas Open Meetings Act

III. Consideration of, and/or Action of the following:
A. Approval of the August 25, 2016 Board of Directors Semi-Annual Business Meeting Minutes
B. Election of the 2017 HOTCOG Officers and Members of the Executive Committee
C. Installation of the Executive Committee Officers and Members

IV. Executive Director’s Report
VI. Closing Remarks by the President
VII. Adjournment

Signed this the 18th Day of January, 2017.


_____________________________________
Russell Devorsky, Executive Director


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Agency Name: North Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
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: 2017000573
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lucille Johnson @ 817-695-9103, ljohnson@nctcog.org
Agenda: North Central Texas Council of Governments
616 Six Flags Drive, Arlington, TX, 76011

EXECUTIVE BOARD AGENDA
January 26, 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

____ Jeff Leach

____ Dan McClendon

____ Bobbie Mitchell

_____ Keith Self

_____ 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
Employee Awards

ACTION:

Motion/
Second
Item # Name of Item

____/____
1 Approval of Minutes



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



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3 Resolution Approving Reallocation of Materials Management Pass-Through Grant Funds - Edith Marvin



____/____
4 Resolution Authorizing Contracts for 9-1-1 Voice and Data Network Services - Christy Williams



____/____
5 Resolution Endorsing Submittal of the Fiscal Year 2017 Regional Implementation Plan to the Office of the Governor (OOG) Homeland Security Office - Molly McFadden



____/____
6 Resolution Authorizing a Contract with 22nd Century Technologies for Website Services - Tim Barbee



____/____
7 Resolution Endorsing a Contract with AECOM for High-Resolution Orthophotography and Lidar Data - Tim Barbee



____/____
8 Resolution Authorizing an Agreement with the North Texas Tollway Authority for Travel Demand Modeling and Traffic Forecasting Assistance - Michael Morris



____/____
9 Resolution Endorsing INVEST Round 3 Grant Application to the Federal Highway Administration - Michael Morris



____/____
10 Resolution Authorizing Receipt of Additional Funds from the US Department of Energy for the Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition Programmatic Support - Michael Morris



____/____
11 Resolution Authorizing Consultant Contracts for Completion of the Traffic Count and Classification Program - Michael Morris




APPOINTMENTS:

____/____
12 Appointments to the 9-1-1 Regional Advisory Committee - Christy Willaims



____/____
13 Appointments to the Regional Aging Advisory Committee (RAAC) and Election of Officers - Doni Green



____/____
14 Appointments to the North Central Texas Economic Development District Board - Lucille Johnson



____/____
15 Appointments to the Emergency Preparedness Planning Council 2017 (EPPC) - Molly McFadden



____/____
16 Appointments to the Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere (CASA Wx) Executive Council 2017 - Molly McFadden




MISCELLANEOUS:


17 Old and New Business


18 Future Calendar and Attendance



Adjournment: _____________________



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Agency Name: North East Texas Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Cheif Elected Officials
Status: Active
Street Location: Titus County Extension Office, 1708 Industrial Road
City Location: Mount Pleasant
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000639
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
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: Thursday, January 26, 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 October 27, 2016*

5. Review and discussion of the financial statements for Workforce Solutions Northeast Texas as of December 31, 2016*

6. Review, discussion, and action regarding the FY 2017 amended budget*

7. Review and discussion of the FY 2016 Quarterly Financial Evaluation for the Fourth Quarter*

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

9. Review and discussion of the Workforce Solutions Northeast Texas annual report for FY2016 (October 1, 2015 – September 30, 2016)

10. Review, discussion, and action regarding apportionment of board member seats among the counties of the Northeast Texas Workforce Development Area*

11. Review and discussion regarding the CEO meeting schedule for FY 2017*

12. Election of Lead CEO and Alternate Lead CEO

13. 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 Board’s departments
• TWC Annual Conference
• Development of the Board Plan

14. Consider discussion of future agenda items

15. Announcements

16. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region 8
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
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: 2017000633
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. David Fitts, Executive Director, ESC 8, 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 Friday, December 16, 2016; Administrative Reports; Public Forum; Consider the Financial Reports for December 2016; Consider the Budget Amendments for December 2016; Consider approval of the Board to call Board Election on: Place 2, James Morton, Representing Lamar and Delta Counties, Place 5, Mickey Allen, Representing Red River County; Consider renewal for Commodity Processing awards for 2017-2018; Consider changing the date of the February Board Meeting; Consider approval of TIPS Vendor Contracts; Executive Session; Reconvene; Personnel; Adjourn.


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Agency Name: Texas Panhandle Mental Health Mental Retardation
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Personnel
Status: Active
Street Location: 901 Wallace Blvd
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000624
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Joyce Lopez 806.351.3308 806.351.3345 FAX joyce.lopez@txpan.org
Agenda: PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: 1) Planning & Network Advisory Committee Membership Renewals


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Agency Name: Texas Panhandle Mental Health Mental Retardation
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 901 Wallace Blvd
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000627
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Joyce Lopez 806.351.3308 806.351.3345 FAX joyce.lopez@txpan.org
Agenda: CALL TO ORDER AND RECOGNITION OF GUESTS
APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS BOARD MEETING
COMMENTS FROM CITIZENS
EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION
PLANNING & NETWORK ADVISORY COMMITTEE REPORT
PROGRAM PRESENTATION: FY2016 Financial Audit
EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT TEAM REPORTS
THE BOARD WILL CONSIDER AND TAKE ACTION UPON THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

A) EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: No action.
B) BUDGET & FINANCE COMMITTEE: 1)Treasurer's Report 2)FY 2016 Financial Audit 3)Purchase of Vehicles 4)Perryton Lease Agreement
C) PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: 1) Planning & Network Advisory Membership Renewals
OPEN DISCUSSION
CALENDAR ITEMS OF INTEREST TO THE BOARD
INVITE COMMENTS FROM VISITORS
DESIGNATION OF DATE, TIME AND LOCATION OF NEXT BOARD MEETING
ADJOURN


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Agency Name: Texas Panhandle Mental Health Mental Retardation
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Budget & Finance Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 901 Wallace Blvd
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000622
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Joyce Lopez 806.351.3308 806.351.3345 FAX joyce.lopez@txpan.org
Agenda: BUDGET & FINANCE COMMITTEE: 1)Treasurer's Report 2)FY 2016 Financial Audit 3)Purchase of Vehicles 4)Perryton Lease Agreement


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Agency Name: Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Alamo Area Geospatial Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 825 South Saint Mary's Street
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000629
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: www.alamoareampo.org
Agenda: 1. Roll Call

2. Approval of the October 27, 2016 Meeting

3. Discussion and Appropriate Action on the Future of AAGC

4. Citizens to be Heard

5. Announcements


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Agency Name: MHMR Authority of Brazos Valley
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1504 S Texas Avenue
City Location: Bryan
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000630
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Courtney Morton, Executive Assistant (979) 361-9839
Agenda: The MHMR Authority of Brazos Valley Board of Trustees will meet on Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 1:00 p.m., at MHMR Authority of Brazos Valley, 1504 Texas Avenue, Bryan, Texas:

1) Call to Order
2) Welcome and Introduction of Guests
3) Announcements and Recognition
4) Discuss/Act Upon Board of Trustees Minutes of December 1, 2016
5) Discuss/Act Upon FY 2016 Annual Financial & Compliance Report
6) Discuss/Act Upon November 2016 Financial Statements and Form G
7) Discuss/Act Upon December 2016 Financial Statements
8) Discuss/Act Upon FY 2017 1st Quarter Non-Pension Plan Investments
9) Discuss FY 2017 1st Quarter Performance Targets & Outcomes
10) Discuss Information Items
„« Health Integrity, LLC Medicaid Claims Audit ¡V January 21-22, 2016 - Update
„« Home & Community-Based Services (HCS) Group Home ¡V Update
„« Texas Council of Community Centers Board Meeting ¡V January 20-21, 2017
„« Texas Health & Human Services Commission (HHSC) Mental Health Quality Management Review ¡V January 23-25, 2017
„« FY 2018 Performance Contracts for Behavioral Health
„« Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics Planning Grant - Update
„« Texas Healthcare Transformation and Quality Improvement Program ¡V 1115 Waiver ¡V Update
„« Citizens/Network Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes
„« Community Presentations/Meetings
„« Next Board of Trustees Meeting ¡V February 23, 2017
11) Adjournment


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Agency Name: Austin-Travis County MHMR Center
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 05:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 1430 Collier Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000681
Submit Date: 01/23/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mesha Barnes; mesha.barnes@atcic,org - (512) 440-4031
Agenda: AGENDA:

I. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS (Presentations are limited to 3 minutes.)

II. CONSENT AGENDA – Recommendation to Approve

a. Minutes December Board Meeting
b. Recommendation to Approve Contract for Emergency Residential Services to The Wood Group (Planning & Operations pgs. 6-14)
c. Recommendation to Approve Contract for Short Term Crisis Residential Services to The Wood Group (Goal 2) (Lynch, pg.10-14)
d. Acceptance of FY 16 Travis County Interlocal Cooperation Agreement Annual Report (Planning & Operations pg. 14-16)
e. Acceptance of FY 16 SAMSO Interlocal Cooperation Agreement Annual Report (Planning & Operations, pg. 17-20)
f. Acceptance of FY 16 City of Austin Close Out Report (Planning & Operations, pg. 20-22)
g. Cash & Investment Report-November and December 2016 (Finance, pg. 6-11)
h. Recommendation to Approve Property Management Contract (Finance, pg. 30-31)

III. CHAIR’S MESSAGE

a. Welcome
b. Texas Council
c. Generative Discussion
d. Other


IV. ACTION ITEMS

a. Discuss and consider approval of a joint resolution with other governmental and civic organizations in Travis County on areas of shared interest for our community. (Richards, Planning & Operations, pg.23)
b. Discuss and Take Appropriate Action on Financial Statements and Amendments (if applicable) for the Periods Ending November 30, 2016 and December 31, 2016 (Subject to Audit) (Weden, Thompson, Finance, pgs. 12-28)
c. Recommendation to Approve FY 2016 Financial Audit (Weden, R. Mendoza & Co., P.C., Finance, Pg. 29)


V. INFORMATION ITEMS

a. Tobacco No Hire Discussion (Weden)
b. Transformation Task Force Update (Katz)
c. Chief Operations Officer Report – (Handley, Planning & Operations pg. 23-24)
• Clinical Service Delivery
• Program Support

VI. CEO REPORT

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

VIII. ADJOURNMENT


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Agency Name: Austin-Travis County MHMR Center
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:15 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1430 Collier Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000682
Submit Date: 01/23/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mesha Barnes; mesha.barnes@atcic.org - (512) 440-4031
Agenda: AGENDA

1. Citizens Comments
2. PNAC Quarterly Report- (Lynch)
3. Corporate Compliance Report- (Lynch)
4. Board/Chair Self Evaluation Discussion (Dr. Gillis)
5. Leadership Academy Discussion (Dr. Gillis, Dr. Walker)
6. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Workforce Solutions for South Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 05:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 5300 San Dario
City Location: Laredo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000670
Submit Date: 01/23/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mrs. Myrna Herbst, Executive Assistant, 500 E. Mann Road, Suite B5 Laredo, Texas 956 722-3973
Agenda: WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS FOR SOUTH TEXAS
JANUARY 26, 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 October 27, 2016 Minutes - Chairperson

A. Discussion
B. Action

17-004 Public Comment

17-005 Success Story

17-006 Review and Consideration of the Audit Committee’s recommendation on the Year to Date Financial Reports, Year To Date Performance Measures and the Program Monitoring Report By: Mr. Hector Noyola, Chairman

A. Discussion
B. Action

17-007 Directors Report By: Mr. Rogelio Treviño, Executive Director

1. Local Workforce Development Plan for PY 2017-2020
2. Notification of National Dislocated Worker Grant Award
3. Notification of Teacher Externship Award for 2017
4. Update on Child Care Services
5. Update on recent and upcoming hiring events
6. Notification of Texas Business Conference
7. Update on recently held Business Round Table
8. Labor Market Information

A. Discussion
B. Action
WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS FOR SOUTH TEXAS
JANUARY 26, 2017, 5:00 P.M.
TONY ROMAS RESTAURANT
5300 SAN DARIO
LAREDO, TEXAS
PAGE TWO


17-008 Consideration of the location for the Next Board Meeting

A. Discussion
B. Action

17-009 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 with a concealed handgun.”


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Agency Name: West Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 3702 Loop 322
City Location: Abilene
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000539
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
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 HHS 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: 01/26/2017
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: 2017000594
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
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, January 26, 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 December 1, 2016.
4. VOUCHERS
Review and consideration of the acceptance of the vouchers for the months of November and December, 2016.
5. PRPC INVESTMENT FUND QUARTERLY REPORT
Presentation and consideration of acceptance of the Planning Commission’s Investment Fund Quarterly Report for the period ended December 31, 2016 as required by the Public Funds Investment Act.
6. FAIR HOUSING MONTH PROCLAMATION
Consideration of a proclamation designating March 2017 as Fair Housing Month in the Texas Panhandle.
7. DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER ADVISORY BOARD APPOINTMENTS
Consideration of appointments to the Planning Commission’s Dispute Resolution Center Advisory Board.
8. PANHANDLE REGIONAL 9-1-1 NETWORK QUARTERLY PERFORMANCE REPORT
Presentation and consideration of acceptance of the Panhandle Regional 9-1-1 Network’s FY2017 First Quarter Performance Report.

9. THE COOPERATIVE PURCHASING NETWORK (TCPN) PARTICIPATION RESOLUTION
Consideration of a resolution authorizing the Planning Commission to enter into an Interlocal Agreement with the Region 4 Education Service Center to participate in the Service Center’s Cooperative Purchasing Network.
10. DIGITAL COPIER SYSTEM LEASE
Consideration of the approval of a digital copier system lease with Xerox.
11. INTERSTATE 27 EXTENSION SUPPORT RESOLUTION
Consideration of a resolution expressing the Panhandle Regional Planning Commission’s support of the extension of Interstate 27.
12. PROFESSIONAL RECRUITMENT SERVICES INTERLOCAL CONTRACT
Consideration of the authorization of the Executive Director to execute an interlocal contract with the City of Borger for the Planning Commission to provide professional staff recruitment services.
13. 2021 PANHANDLE REGIONAL WATER PLAN DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION – PART II
Consideration of the authorization of the submittal of a grant application to the Texas Water Development Board for part II funding to continue the development of the 2021 Panhandle Regional Water Plan on behalf of the Panhandle Water Planning Group.
14. FY2017 REGIONAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT GRANT PROGRAM APPROVAL
Consideration of the prioritization and approval of Panhandle area applications for funding under the FY2017 Regional Solid Waste Management Grant Program.
15. MISCELLANEOUS NON-ACTION INFORMATION ITEMS
A. Report on the status of 2017 funding for the operation and maintenance of the Panhandle Regional Interoperable Communications System (PANCOM) – John Kiehl, Director of Regional Services.
B. Presentation of the Panhandle Regional Planning Commission’s FY2016 Productivity and Performance Report as submitted, per Texas statue, to the Office of the Governor, Comptroller of Public Accounts and the Legislative Budget Board – Gary Pitner, Executive Director
C. Report on the following recent Planning Commission sponsored regional meetings:
• Area Agency on Aging of the Panhandle Medicare Part D Open Enrollment Event, PRPC Board Room, December 2
• Area Agency on Aging of the Panhandle Caregiver Support Group, December 5 and January 9
• Panhandle Regional Solid Waste Management Advisory Committee, January 10
• Economic Development Advisory Committee, January 12
• Panhandle Water Planning Group, January 17
• Criminal Justice Grant Application Workshop, PRPC Board Room, January 17 and 19
• Panhandle Regional Emergency Management Advisory Committee, January 23
D. Announcement of tentatively scheduled Planning Commission sponsored regional meetings:
• Regional Emergency Managers Meeting, PRPC Board Room, January 31
• Area Agency on Aging of the Panhandle Caregiver Support Group, PRPC Board Room, February 6
• Regional 9-1-1 Network Advisory Committee, PRPC Board Room, February 17
• Panhandle Workforce Development Board, PRPC Board Room, February 22mm
• Panhandle Workforce Development Consortium Governing Body, PRPC 3rd Floor Small Conference Room, February 23
• Panhandle Regional Planning Commission Board of Director’s Meeting, PRPC Board Room, February 23
16. 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 20th day of January, 2017, at 415 West Eighth Avenue, Amarillo, Texas, at 11:38 a.m.

Rebecca Rusk


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Agency Name: San Jacinto River Authority
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
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: 2017000556
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jace Houston, Ron Kelling, Cynthia Bowman -- 936-588-3111
Agenda: AGENDA

SAN JACINTO RIVER AUTHORITY
THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2017 - 7:30 A.M.
GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
1577 DAM SITE ROAD, CONROE, TEXAS

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE 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

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 December 8, 2016.

b. Unaudited Financials for the Months of November and December, 2016

Consider approval of the unaudited financials for the months of November and December, 2016.

c. Quarterly Investment Report for the Quarter Ended November 30, 2016

Consider approval of the Quarterly Investment Report for the Quarter Ended November 30, 2016.

d. Resolution Affirming the Policy for Investment of San Jacinto River Authority Funds and Appointment of an Investment Officer

Adoption of a resolution affirming the policy for investment of San Jacinto River Authority funds and the appointment of an investment officer.

e. Resolution Adopting List of Qualified Brokers Authorized to Engage in Investment Transactions with the Authority

Adoption of a resolution adopting list of qualified brokers authorized to engage in investment transactions with the Authority.

WOODLANDS

f. Work Order No. 5 for Professional Engineering Final Design and Procurement Phase Services for Lift Station No. 4 Replacement

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute Work Order No. 5 for professional engineering final design and procurement phase services for Lift Station No. 4 Replacement in The Woodlands.

g. Work Order No. 6 for Professional Engineering Final Design and Procurement Phase Services for Lift Station No. 23 Rehabilitation

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute Work Order No. 6 for professional engineering final design and procurement phase services for Lift Station No. 23 Rehabilitation in The Woodlands.

h. Work Order No. 7 for Professional Engineering Final Design and Procurement Phase Services for Wastewater Treatment Facility No. 3 Lift Station Rehabilitation

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute Work Order No. 7 for professional engineering final design and procurement phase services for Wastewater Treatment Facility No. 3 Lift Station Rehabilitation in The Woodlands.

i. Construction Contract for Rehabilitation of Water Well Nos. 3 and 17

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute a construction contract for Rehabilitation of Water Well Nos. 3 and 17 in The Woodlands.

j. Work Order No. 5 for Professional Engineering Preliminary Design, Final Design, and Procurement Phase Services for Elevated Storage Tank No. 4 Rehabilitation

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute Work Order No. 5 for professional engineering preliminary design, final design, and procurement phase services for Elevated Storage Tank No. 4 Rehabilitation in The Woodlands.

k. Expenditures for Equipment Purchase and Construction Services for Wastewater Treatment Facility No. 1 Lift Station No. 2

Consider authorizing the General Manager to approve expenditures for the purchase of equipment and construction services for Wastewater Treatment Facility No. 1 Lift Station No. 2 in The Woodlands.

GRP

l. 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

m. Law Enforcement Interlocal Agreement with Harris County for Highlands Division

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute a Law Enforcement Interlocal Agreement with Harris County for law enforcement services commencing on March 1, 2017, and ending on February 28, 2018, for the Highlands Division.

n. Work Order No. 3 for Professional Engineering Final Design and Procurement Phase Services for the Main Canal Improvement Project - Lake Houston Pump Station to Siphon 6

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute Work Order No. 3 for professional engineering final design and procurement phase services for the Main Canal Improvement Project - Lake Houston Pump Station to Siphon 6 in Highlands.

o. Work Order No. 9 for Professional Surveying Services in Highlands

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute Work Order No. 9 for professional surveying services in Highlands.

p. Work Order No. 5 for Professional Geotechnical Services in Highlands

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute Work Order No. 5 for professional geotechnical services in Highlands.

q. Amendment No. 1 to Work Order No. 1 for Professional Engineering Environmental Consulting Services in Highlands

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute Amendment No. 1 to Work Order No. 1 for professional engineering environmental consulting services in Highlands.

r. Professional Services Agreement and Work Order No. 1 for Flood Protection Study for the West Fork San Jacinto River Watershed

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute a Professional Services Agreement and Work Order No. 1 for the Flood Protection Study for the West Fork San Jacinto River Watershed.

s. Engagement Letter Agreement for Legal Services Related to Land Acquisition for Delivery System Improvements in Highlands

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute an engagement letter agreement for legal services related to land acquisition for delivery system improvements in Highlands.

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

a. G&A

1. Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year Ended August 31, 2016

Consider approving the audited financial statements, related notes, and the single audit report for the fiscal year ended August 31, 2016.

2. Resolution Recognizing Board Director

Adoption of a resolution recognizing Michael G. Bleier for his service as a member of the Board of Directors of the San Jacinto River Authority.

b. RAW WATER ENTERPRISE

1. Resolution Declaring the Existence of a Public Necessity for the Construction of Facilities for the Transportation, Distribution, and Delivery of Raw Water, Including Reasonable and Necessary Appurtenances Thereto, and Authorizing the Acquisition, by Donation, Purchase, or Exercise of the Power of Eminent Domain, of Property and Property Interests Necessary for Such Facilities, Including Communication Facilities for the Raw Water Enterprise

Consider the acquisition of real property rights for the Highlands raw water delivery system and the use of eminent domain to condemn property in connection therewith, and act upon the adoption of a Resolution Declaring the Existence of a Public Necessity for the Construction of Facilities for the Transportation, Distribution, and Delivery of Raw Water, Including Reasonable and Necessary Appurtenances Thereto, and Authorizing the Acquisition, by Donation, Purchase, or Exercise of the Power of Eminent Domain, of Property and Property Interests Necessary for Such Facilities, Including Communication Facilities for the Raw Water Enterprise.

2. Pipeline Relocation Agreement with Houston Pipeline Co.

Consider authorizing the General Manager to execute a pipeline relocation agreement with Houston Pipeline Co., as part of the improvements to the South Canal in Highlands.

7. BRIEFINGS AND PRESENTATIONS

a. Presentation regarding update of GRP Optimization Study.

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 - February 23, 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: Capital Area Rural Transportation System
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 2010 E. 6th St
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000569
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: David L. Marsh - General Manager
Agenda: Agenda
CARTS Board of Directors
Thursday, January 26, 2017, 9:30 a.m.
CARTS HQ, 2010 E 6th St, Austin TX 78702


1. Call to Order

2. Consideration/Action regarding the Minutes of the Board Meeting held Thursday, November 17, 2016.

3. Financial Reports

4. Consideration/Action regarding the adoption of an agency plan to ensure compliance with the TxDOT Business Partners Ethics program.
5. Consideration/Action on an Interlocal Agreement with the City of Round Rock for the CARTS use of transit terminal facilities owned by the City.
6. Consideration/Action on the amendment of the Interlocal Agreement with the City of Marble Falls for use of city-owned train depot changing the term of the Agreement to coincide with the Depot opening.
7. Consideration/Action regarding entering into Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) regarding a regional Park and Ride Initiative with CAMPO, CapMetro, the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority, and the TxDOT Austin District.
8. Report regarding the sale of real property located at 2010 E 6th St Austin, Texas 78702 pursuant to bid process ended June 1, 2016.

9. Report regarding the award of a construction contract to STR Constructors. LTD for the completion of Tucker Hill Lane campus construction masterplan pursuant to the Request for Proposals (RFP) process ended November 10, 2016, and take action on the adoption of a budget for the project.
10. Contracts and Grants Summary Review: Discussion /Action as Necessary
A. TxDOT/FTA Contracts/Grant Agreements
(1) RPT 1501 (14)39 Federal Funds, Operating
(2) RPT 1601 (14)39 Federal Funds, Operating
(3) State-RUR-1601(14) Rural Operating
(4) State-RUR-1701(14) Rural Operating
(5) FTA 5307: Federal, San Marcos
(6) State-URB-1601(14) Urban Operating
(7) State-URB-1701(14) Urban Operating
(8) ICB 1601(14) Federal 5311F – Intercity Operating
(9) ICB 1701(14) Federal 5311F – Intercity Operating

B. Capital
(1) FTA Federal, San Marcos – Buses
(2) TIGER-2016-CARTS-00196 Buses
(3) TIGER-2016-CARTS-00198 Tucker Hill
(4) ICB 1602 Federal Engineering & Design Tucker Hill
(5) RTAP 5311B Federal Elgin Transit Hub
(6) ED 1601 – Seniors & Individuals w/Disabilities (Shelters)
(7) VCR 5339 Federal – Bus
(8) VCR 5339 Federal – Park & Ride Bus Facilities (Pending)

B. Other Contracts/Grant Agreements
(1) Title IIIB contract with Area Agency on Aging, CAPCOG
(2) Medical Transportation Services contract with Logisticare, LLC.
(3) Regional Mobility Agreement with Capital Metro.
(4) PGA with Capital Metro for Bus Shelters – Interurban
(5) PGA with Capital Metro for Bus Shelters – Bastrop County
(6) ILA with the City of San Marcos, Urbanized Area Operations
(7) TCHHSD for transportation in Travis County
(8) Bluebonnet Electric Coop for services related to bus shelter projects
11. Contracts, Grants and Project Applications for Discussion and/or Action

A. Update on Federal Transit Administration Fiscal Year 2016 Award for Bus and Bus Facility Projects to Capital Metro and CARTS.
B. Update regarding funds allocated to CARTS pursuant to the TIGER grant awarded to the Texas DOT.

12. Reports and Updates

A. Report and review information regarding the CARTS San Marcos Urban Operations.
B. Update on the design, engineering and environmental investigation for the CARTS Elgin Station project.
C. Report/Update regarding entering into a Mutual Use Agreement with TxDOT for use of property located at Cesar Chavez and 5th for the CARTS Urban Terminal project and report on the preliminary planning and project coordination completed to-date.
D. Update regarding award pursuant to FTA 5307 contract TX-95-X090-00 of a bus contract for the purchase of three (3) 40’ transit buses to Nova Bus using options provided by the Capital Metropolitan Transit Authority for express services operated by CARTS into the San Marcos Urban District.
E. Update regarding 2014 award from CAMPO for $2.1M of STP-MM funds for rolling stock.
F. Report/Update regarding the Regional Transportation Coordination Council (RTCC)

13. Other items as presented for discussion/information

14. Adjournment and set next meeting date and location

Executive Session: The Board may adjourn into 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 may also publicly discuss any item listed on the agenda for Executive Session


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Agency Name: North Texas Municipal Water District
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 12:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Water Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 501 E Brown Street
City Location: Wylie
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000570
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
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, Water Committee, will hold a regular meeting, open to the public, on Thursday, January 26, 2017, at 12:30 p.m., at the North Texas Municipal Water District offices, 501 E. Brown Street, Wylie, Texas.

The Water Committee 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 Water Committee 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. ACTION ITEMS

A. Consider Approval of Water Committee Meeting Minutes – November 17, 2016
B. Consider Recommendation on Adoption of Resolution No. 17-06 Authorizing Response to Petition Appealing Wholesale Water Rates Filed by Cities of Garland, Mesquite, Plano and Richardson Before the Public Utility Commission of Texas and Authorizing Funding Related to Response.
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4793)
C. Consider Recommendation on Adoption of Resolution No. 17-05 Authorizing Claims to be filed by North Texas Municipal Water District Against SKW Holdings, Ltd., and Other Responsible Parties, Necessary to Protect the Interest of NTMWD as Determined by Legal Counsel, Project No. 101-0297-12, Water System Maintenance Facilities South Region, Phase 1
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4810)
D. Consider Recommendation on Authorizing Additional Funding for Land Acquisition Program and Adoption of Resolution No. 17-04 Authorizing Purchase of Additional Property Associated with the NTMWD East Fork Raw Water Supply Project Along the Perimeter of the Wetlands, Project No. 101-0446-16
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4800)
E. Consider Recommendation on Authorizing Additional Legal Services on Project No. 101-0362-14, Lower Bois d’Arc Creek Reservoir Power Supply
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-01-12)
F. Consider Recommendation on Authorizing Award of Construction Manager At-Risk Contract on Project No. 101-0424-16, Lower Bois d’Arc Creek Reservoir Raw Water Pipeline and Project No. 101-0425-16, Treated Water Pipeline from Leonard Water Treatment Plant to McKinney No. 4
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4803)

III. DISCUSSION ITEMS

A. Discuss Texas Supreme Court Ruling and Associated Implications for the NTMWD Environmental Services Building Case, Cause No. 296-01197-2013, North Texas Municipal Water District vs. Jennings Hackler Partners, Inc., Turkworks Engineering, Ltd., et al
B. Discuss Expenses Related to Remediation of Sodium Hydroxide in Rush Creek During December 2016
C. Discuss Water System Manager Position
D. Opportunity for Committee Members to Request Potential Future Agenda Items
(No substantive discussion of items will take place at this time)

IV. ADJOURNMENT

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend the NTMWD 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: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 501 E Brown Street
City Location: Wylie
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000571
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
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, January 26, 2017, at 4:00 p.m., at the NTMWD Administrative Offices, 501 E. Brown Street, Wylie, 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 WAYNE MAY

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. President’s Remarks concerning current events, conduct of meeting, posted agenda items, committee assignments, and related matters

C. Executive Director’s 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 – December 15, 2016
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-01-01)

B. Consider Approval of Board of Directors Work Session Minutes – December 15, 2016
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-01-02)

C. Consider Approval of Monthly Construction Report – December 2016
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-01-03)

D. Consider Adoption of Resolution No. 17-03 Authorizing Conveyance of Property at the Casa View Ground Storage Tank Site to the City of Dallas, Project No. 101-0326-13
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-01-04)

E. Consider Authorizing Additional Engineering Services on Project No. 101-0442-16, North System Air Valve Improvements
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-01-05)

F. Consider Authorizing Additional Legal Services on Project No. 101-0374-14, Lower Bois d’Arc Creek Reservoir Program Management
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-01-06)

G. Consider Authorizing Additional Engineering Services on Project No. 301-0369-14, South Mesquite Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Filter and Ultraviolet Disinfection Improvements
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-01-07)

H. Consider Authorizing Additional Engineering Services on Project No. 501-0430-16, Richardson Spring Creek Trunk Sewer Aerial Crossing, Phase 2
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-01-08)

I. Consider Authorizing Additional Engineering Services on Project No. 501-0389-15, Upper East Fork Interceptor System, Beck Branch Gravity Sewer, Rowlett Creek Crossing Improvements
(Please refer to Consent Agenda item No. 17-01-09)

J. Consider Authorizing Change Order No. 6 and Ratification of Actions by Executive Director on Project No. 501-0303-12, Richardson Spring Creek Lift Station Improvements
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-01-10)

K. Consider Authorizing Additional Engineering Services on Project No. 301-0328-13, Rowlett Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant, Peak Flow Management Improvements, Phase 1
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-01-11)

L. Consider Authorizing Additional Legal Services on Project No. 101-0362-14, Lower Bois d’Arc Creek Reservoir Power Supply
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 17-01-12)

IX. AGENDA ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION

A. Consider Adoption of Resolution No. 17-06 Authorizing Response to Petition Appealing Wholesale Water Rates Filed by Cities of Garland, Mesquite, Plano and Richardson Before the Public Utility Commission of Texas and Authorizing Funding Related to Response
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4793)

B. Consider Authorizing Acceptance of 2015-2016 Annual Audit
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4794)

C. Consider Authorizing Additional Funding to Retain Consultants to Assist with Possible Amendment to the Regional Water Supply Facilities Amendatory Contract to Address the Contract’s Rate Methodology
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4795)

D. Consider Authorizing Amendment No. 2 to Construction Manager At-Risk Agreement on Project No. 101-0387-15, Wylie Water Treatment Plant IV, 70 MGD Expansion 210 MGD
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4796)

E. Consider Authorizing Award of Construction Contract on Project No. 101-0441-16, Wylie Water Treatment Plant III Filter System Replacements
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4797)


F. Consider Authorizing Additional Engineering Services and Ratification of Actions by Executive Director on Project No. 101-0099-07, Lake Tawakoni Water Treatment Plant
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4798)

G. Consider Authorizing Change Order No. 9 on Project No. 101-0354-14, Wylie Water Treatment Plant Chemical Systems Improvements, Phase IB
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4799)

H. Consider Authorizing Additional Funding for Land Acquisition Program and Adoption of Resolution No. 17-04 Authorizing Purchase of Additional Property Associated with the NTMWD East Fork Raw Water Supply Project Along the Perimeter of the Wetlands , Project No. 101-0446-16
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4800)

I. Consider Authorizing Execution of Engineering Services Agreement on Project No. 101-0449-17, Lake Lavon Dredged Material Disposal Area
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4801)

J. Consider Authorizing Award of Construction Contract 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. 4802)

K. Consider Authorizing Award of Construction Manager At-Risk Contract on Project No. 101-0424-16, Lower Bois d’Arc Creek Reservoir Raw Water Pipeline and Project No. 101-0425-16 Treated Water Pipeline from Leonard Water Treatment Plant to McKinney No. 4
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4803)

L. Consider Authorizing Execution of Inspection Services Agreement on Project No. 301-0346-13 Wilson Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant, Advanced Treatment and Headworks Improvements
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4804)

M. Consider Authorizing Additional Engineering Services on Project No. 301-0437-16, Wilson Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion to 64 MGD
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4805)

N. Consider Authorizing Execution of Electric Services Agreement on Project No. 301-0451-17, Wilson Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Second Oncor Overhead Electric Power Transmission Line
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4806)

O. Consider Authorizing Execution of Engineering Services Agreement on Project No. 310-0450-17, Muddy Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Aeration Basin, Odor Control, and Backup Power Improvements
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4807)

P. Consider Adoption of Resolution No. 17-02 Rejecting All Bids and Authorizing Rebid for 121 Regional Disposal Facility Gravity Sewer, Leachate Pump Station and Force Main, Project No. 401-0438-16
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4808)

Q. Consider Authorizing Right-of-Way Acquisition Program and Adoption of Resolution No. 17-01 Authorizing the Use of Eminent Domain to Acquire Right-of-Way for the Princeton Parallel Force Main Improvements, Project No. 501-0433-16
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4809)

R. Consider Adoption of Resolution No. 17-05 Authorizing Claims to be filed by North Texas Municipal Water District Against SKW Holdings, Ltd., and Other Responsible Parties, Necessary to Protect the Interest of NTMWD as Determined by Legal Counsel, Project No. 101-0297-12, Water System Maintenance Facilities, South Region, Phase I
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4810)

S. TABLED ITEM: Consider Approval of Draft Legislation Amending District’s Enabling Act on Board Governance
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4792-1)

X. DISCUSSION ITEMS

A. 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: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:30 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Finance/Audit Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 501 E Brown Street
City Location: Wylie
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2016008550
Submit Date: 12/22/2016
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, Finance/Audit Committee, will hold a regular meeting, open to the public, on Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 2:30 p.m., at the North Texas Municipal Water District offices, 501 E. Brown Street, Wylie, Texas.

The Finance/Audit Committee 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. ACTION ITEMS

A. Approval of Minutes – December 15, 2016

B. Review and Possible Action on 2015-16 Financial Operations by Weaver and Tidwell, L.L.P.

C. Consider Appointment of Financial Auditors for 2016-2017

III. DISCUSSION ITEMS

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

IV. ADJOURNMENT


Persons with disabilities who plan to attend the NTMWD 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: Golden Crescent Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: General Board Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 120 S. Main
City Location: Victoria
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000625
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Henry Guajardo, Executive Directcor 361-576-5872
Agenda: I. Call to Order

II. Review and accept the Minutes from October 27, 2016 meeting

III. Chair’s Report
Ongoing Attendance

IV. Committee Reports
A. Administration and Oversight Committee
i. Financial Reports
ii. Performance Reports
iii. Rose Collins & Associates Monitoring Report
iv. Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) Monitoring Letter

B. Policy and Planning Committee
i. Discuss and approve Official and Approved check signers
ii. Discuss and take action on Budget Amendment No. 1 for FY2017
iii. Discuss and take action on revisions to the Individual Training Account (ITA) Policy
iv. Discuss and take action on revisions to the Child Care Policy (Part 1)
v. Discuss and take action on the Board’s Strategic & Operational Plan for 2017 – 2020
V. Contractor’s Report

VI. Labor Market Information

VII. Executive Director’s Report
Teacher Externship Program

VIII. Open Communication

IX. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Golden Crescent Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 03:15 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Administrative and Oversight Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 120 S. Main
City Location: Victoria
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000628
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Henry Guajardo, Executive Director 361-576-5872
Agenda: I. Call to Order

II. Review and Discuss Financial Reports

III. Review and Discuss Performance Reports

IV. Review and Discuss Rose Collins & Associates Monitoring Report

V. Review and Discuss TWC Monitoring Letter

VI. Open Communication

VII. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Golden Crescent Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 02:45 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Policy and Planning Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 120 S. Main
City Location: Victoria
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000626
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Henry Guajardo, Executive Director 361-576-5872
Agenda:
I. Call to Order

II. Review and Discuss Official and Approved Check Signers

III. Review and Discuss on Budget Amendment No. 1 for FY2017

IV. Review and Discuss on revisions to the Individual Training Account (ITA) Policy

V. Review and Discuss on revisions to the Child Care Policy (Part 1)

VI. Review and Discuss the Board’s Strategic & Operational Plan for 2017 - 2020

VII. Open Communication

VIII. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Community Healthcore
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 04:45 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 2435 College Drive
City Location: Texarkana
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000489
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Inman White, Executive Director or Board Liaison, PO Box 6800, Longview, TX 75601 903-237-2376
Agenda: Training – Open Meeting – 4:45 p.m.
I. Call to Order, Welcome, and Prayer – 5:00 p.m.
II. Pledge of Allegiance
III. Citizen’s Comments*
IV. Approval of December 12, 2016 minutes
V. Business Operations
A. Financial
1. Approval of November, 2016 Financials and Investments
2. Approval of December, 2016 Financials and Investments
B. Budget Review
VI. Reports
A. Integrated Health Operations
B. Organization Development – Information Technology
C. Planning and Network Advisory Committee
D. Executive Director
VII. Recommendations for Consideration
A. FY16 Independent Financial Audit
B. Submission of the Grant Application Renewal to the Veterans Administration
(VA) for Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)
C. Submission of the Grant Application Renewal to the Services to at Risk Youth
(STAR)
D. Submission of the Meadows Foundation Grant for a Consumer Operated
Services (COSP)
E. Memorandum of Understanding – Gregg County Jail, Texas
F. Memorandum of Understanding – Genesis PrimeCare
G. Memorandum of Understanding With ADRC of Texoma
VIII. Board of Trustees
A. Board Q&A
B. Housekeeping
IX. Adjourn



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Agency Name: Ark-Tex Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
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: 2017000492
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Amber Thurston, Executive Assistant, athurston@atcog.org, 903/832-8636
Agenda: AGENDA
ARK-TEX COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
JANUARY 26, 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, January 26, 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, October 27, 2016, in Mt. Pleasant, Texas.

Review and Comment


Item 5. Review and comment on an Environmental Assessment to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for proposed Air Quality Permit Renewals by the following:

a) International Paper, to authorize modifications to and the continued operation of the pulp and paper mill located at 9978 FM 3129, Queen City, Cass County, Texas.

b) TXI Operations, LP, to authorize the continued operation of a concrete batch plant located at 1301 Loop 301, Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County, Texas.

Regular Business

Item 6. Review and consider approval for ATCOG’s Executive Director to submit an application for FY17 State Homeland Security Program grant funds through the Office of the Governor, Homeland Security Division. (See attachment 1) (To be presented by staff member Mary Beth Rudel)

Item 7. Review and consider approval of revisions to the Area Agency on Aging (AAA) Policies and Procedures Manual as revised November 2016. (See attachment 2) (To be presented by staff member Lisa Reeve)

Item 8. Review and consider approval of the appointment of four new members to the AAA Regional Advisory Council. (See attachment 3) (To be presented by staff member Lisa Reeve)

Item 9. Review and approve revisions to the Regional Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (RCJAC) local priorities and the grant application scoring instrument (VOCA and VAWA scoring instruments only) (See attachment 4) (To be presented by staff member Patricia Haley)

Item 10. Review and consider approval of a resolution approving termination of the ATCOG American Funds Salary Deferral 403b Plan. (See attachment 5) (To be presented by staff member Sharon Pipes)

Other Business

Item 11. Update on Law Enforcement Training (For information only – see attachment 6) (To be presented by staff member Patricia Haley)

Item 12. Discussion of Bylaws revision ideas. (See attachment 7) (To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown)

Item 13. Executive Director Report (For information only – see attachment 8) (To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown)

• Financial Report
• Homeland Security Quarterly Report
• CSEC Single Audit Report – 9-1-1
• Area Agency on Aging RAC Meeting minutes
• Update on Finance Manager Position due to Linda Moore’s retirement

Announcements

The next Executive Committee Meeting will be held Thursday, February 23rd, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. Location will be announced at a later date.

Update on the 2017 NADO Washington Policy Conference; information to be presented after the meeting.


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Agency Name: Comal Independent School District
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
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: 2017000694
Submit Date: 01/23/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
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 January 26, 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. Teaching and Learning
1. Collaborative Team Cycle: Bill Brown Elementary School Kindergarten team
Presenter: Kerry Gain
2. Accountability Report: A - F Grading
Presenter: Kerry Gain
3. 2017 - 2018 Academic Calendar and Waiver Days
Presenter: Kerry Gain
5. Action Item
A. Consideration and Approval of Resolution Supporting Accountability System
B. Consideration and Approval of TASB Policy Update 106
Presenter: Armando Maese
C. Consideration and Approval of Comal County Appraisal District Board
Nomination
Presenter: David Andersen
6. Superintendent Reports and Board Information
A. Systems and Structures
1. Active/Planned Procurement
2. Contract Ratification
3. Bond 2015 update
Presenter: John Montelongo
7. Comal Forward: Bond 2017
Presenter: Steve Stanford
8. Consent Agenda
A. Board Meeting Minutes
B. Financial Statement and Expenditures
C. Monthly Tax Report
D. Budget Amendments
E. Indian Springs Elementary School PTA donation
F. Advanced Placement Innovative Courses to be Offered in 2017-2018 and beyond
G. RFCSP 16-40: Special Education Classroom Camera Project
H. RFQ 17-04: Portable Building Leases
I. RFCSP 17-02: Metal Panel Roofing Repairs
J. RFCSP 17-03: Drainage Repair
K. Approved Capital Project: Closeout Payments
L. Order of Election to be held on May 6, 2017 for the General Election of Trustees
from Single Member Districts 3 and 4
9. 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
10. Action Items
A. Consider and Take Action on Contractual Personnel as Recommended by the
Superintendent: Employment, Appointment, Assignment, or Promotion of
Personnel; and Resignations and Retirements
11. 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:
January 23, 2016 at 5:00pm
Andrew B. Kim, Superintendent
For the Board of Trustees


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Agency Name: Combined Community Action, Inc.
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 06:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 165 W. Austin St.
City Location: Giddings
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000565
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Elizabeth Guerrero
Agenda: A G E N D A

CALL TO ORDER Randy Reichardt, Chair

INVOCATION Pastor Daniel Poré

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL CERTIFICATION OF QUORUM Elizabeth Guerrero
Secretary to the Board

CERTIFICATION OF BOARD MEMBERS

Nicole Ramirez – Representative of the Poor - Fayette


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 Minutes of the Board Meeting of November 10, 2016 – Randy Reichardt

Item 2 Presentation, Discussion and Possible Approval of the 2017 Community Services Block Budget, 1st Quarter Allocation – Kelly Franke

Item 3 Presentation, Discussion and Possible Approval of the 2017 Comprehensive Energy Assistance Budget – Kelly Franke

Item 4 Presentation, Discussion and Possible Approval of the 2017 Support Services Budget – Darlene Myers

Item 5 Presentation, Discussion & Possible Approval of the 2017 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Weatherization Assistance Program Budget – Kelly Franke

Item 6 Presentation, Discussion & Possible Approval of the Finance Committee Report – Darlene Myers & Finance Committee

Item 7 Presentation, Discussion & Possible Approval of the Corporate Resolution and Signature Bank Card for Round Top State Bank – Darlene Myers

Item 8 Presentation, Discussion & Possible Approval of the Audit Engagement Letter for FY 2016 Audit – Darlene Myers

Item 9 Presentation, Discussion & Possible Approval of the City of San Marcos Funding Application – Kelly Franke

Item 10 Presentation, Discussion & Possible Approval to submit applications to Wal-Mart State Giving Foundation & Lower Colorado River Authority – Kelly Franke

Item 11 Presentation, Discussion & Possible Approval of Executive Directors travel to New Orleans, LA for Region VI Board Meeting, March or April 2017 – Kelly Franke

Item 12 Executive Session - Presentation, Discussion & Possible Approval – Personnel & Executive Directors Evaluation/Salary – Randy Reichardt

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 Direct Mail Campaign, Senior Nutrition Program – Darlene Myers

Item 2 Nepotism/Conflict of Interest Statement – Kelly Franke

Item 3 Upcoming Weatherization Assistance Program Monitoring Report – Kelly Franke

Item 4 Appoint Executive Committee Members – Randy Reichardt



ANNOUNCEMENTS – The next board meeting will be held April 27, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. A meal will be served at 5:30 p.m.

ADJOURNMENT


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Agency Name: Community Action Corporation of South Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
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: 2017000553
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
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
January 26, 2017
Governing Board/Executive Committee 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
C. Election for CHC User/Representative of the Poor for San Patricio County

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

V. Investment Committee Report.
A. Minutes

VI. Review/Approve Form 990.

VII. Consider and Adopt an Annual Resolution (Delegation of Authority)
VIII. Staff Reports.
A. Travel
B. HR Report
C. Program Performance Reports
D. Policy Council Report

E. Head Start/Early Head Start Program Information Memorandum
F. QA/QI Report

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

X. Review/Approve Arbitration Policy.

XI. Establish the Agency’s approved POV mileage rate.
A. Amend Fiscal Policy to incorporate Agency’s approved POV mileage rate.
B. Amend Personnel Policies to incorporate Agency’s approved POV mileage rate.

XII. Authorization to re-issue RFP for Agency Depository.

XIII. Item(s) for Development.

XIV. Finalization of:
A. A Budget Amendment to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs for the CSBG Program (2016 Contract).

XV. Status of Previous Board Action(s).

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

XVIII. Adjournment.


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Agency Name: Workforce Solutions for the Heart of Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/26/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Chief Elected Officials Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 127/129 E. Franklin Street
City Location: Hillsboro
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000585
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
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 26th Day of January 2017 at 8:30 AM at the Hillsboro Historic City Hall, located at 127/129 E. Franklin Street in Hillsboro, Texas 76645 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. Information Item: Board Strategic Plan

VI. Action Items – Consideration and/or Action on the following:
a. September 2016 Meeting Minutes
b. Board Strategic Plan

VII. Information Items
a. Board Annual Audit
b. Executive Director and Staff Report
• 2016 Annual Impact Report
• 2016 Public Access Points Workshop
• 2016 Hiring Red, White & You Statewide Job Fair
• 2017 Annual Awards of Excellence
c. Board of Directors Appointment/Reappointment Update
d. TWC Contracts/Contract Amendments
e. Performance Reports
f. Financial Status Report
g. Attendance Report

VIII. Other Items
a. Announcements

IX. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:15 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1100 W. 45th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000518
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Vicki Weston 512-206-9133
Agenda: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired shall be held on January 27, 2017 beginning at 10:15 a.m. in the Board Meeting Room, Building 600, 1100 West 45th Street, Austin, Texas.

If, during the course of the meetings, any discussion of any item on the agenda should be held in closed session, the Board shall convene in such closed session in accordance with Texas Government Code, Sec. 551.001, et seq. Before any such session is convened, the presiding officer shall publicly identify the section or sections of the Code authorizing the closed session. All final votes, actions, or decisions shall be taken in open session. The subjects to be discussed or considered, or upon which any formal action may be taken, are as follows (items do not have to be taken in the same order as shown on this meeting notice):

BOARD AGENDA
for January 27, 2017 Meeting

1. Call to Order

2. Introduction of Audience

3. Public Comments/Open Forum

4. Recognition of Retiring TSBVI Staff (Joseph Muniz)

5. Recognition of the 2017 TSBVI Outstanding Direct Care and Outreach Staff Members (Joseph Muniz)

6. Consideration of Approval of Minutes of November 17 and 18, 2016 Board Meetings (Joseph Muniz), pages 3-23

7. Report from the Finance Committee (Michael Garrett)
a. Consideration of approval of Investment Report, page 24
b. Consideration of adoption of a resolution regarding the review of the investment policy and strategies of TSBVI, pages 25-26
c. Consideration of approval of receipt of gifts and donations of over $500, pages 27-29
d. Consideration of approval of request for expenditure of gifts and donations, pages 27-29
e. Review of budget reports, pages 30-38
f. Report on timeline for development of Business Office procedures

8. Report from the Program Committee (Lee Sonnenberg)
a. Report from Short-Term Programs Principal
 Review of online learning
b. Report from Comprehensive Programs Principal
 Update on entrepreneurial projects
c. Report from Outreach Programs Director
 State plan for VI and deafblindness
d. Consideration of approval of General Employability Skills Course as an innovative course (Debra Sewell), pages 38a-38b

9. Report from the Audit, Compliance, and Management Review Committee (Joseph Muniz)
a. Report from Information Resources Director (Mike Wolszon)
 Preparations for TAC 202 Information Security Audit
b. Report from the Internal Auditor (Jaye Stepp)
 Consideration of approval of Audit of the Policy and Procedure for Reporting and Investigating Allegations of Student Abuse, Neglect, Exploitation or Improper Care, page 39
 Audit Recommendations Tracking Schedule
c. Report on Timeline for Development of Business Office Procedures (Bill Daugherty)

10. Public Discussion of TSBVI’s 2015-2016 Annual Report (Joseph Muniz), page 40

11. Consideration of Superintendent’s Performance Appraisal (Joseph Muniz), page 41

12. Consideration of Internal Auditor's Performance Appraisal (Joseph Muniz), page 42

13. Status Report on Action Plans in the 2016-2017 School Improvement Plan, page 43 (Bill Daugherty)

14. Report from the Superintendent, pages 44-45
a. Legislative activities
b. Campus activities

15. Discussion of Future Board Meeting Topics and Scheduling of Training Sessions (Joseph Muniz)

16. Announcements

17. Adjournment





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Agency Name: Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Program Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1100 W. 45th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000519
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Vicki Weston 512-206-9133
Agenda: NOTICE OF MEETING

BOARD OF TRUSTEES COMMITTEE ON PROGRAMS
TEXAS SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a regular meeting of the Program Committee of the Board of Trustees of the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired shall be held on January 27, 2017, beginning at 8:00 a.m. in Room 104 of the Main Building 600, 1100 West 45th Street, Austin, Texas.

If, during the course of the meeting, any discussion of any item on the agenda should be held in closed session, the Committee on Programs shall convene in such closed session in accordance with Texas Government code, Sec. 551.001, et.seq. Before any such session is convened, the presiding officer shall publicly identify the section or sections of the Code authorizing the closed session. All final votes, actions, or decisions shall be taken in open session.

The subjects to be discussed or considered, or upon which any formal action may be taken are as follows (items do not have to be taken in the same order as shown on this meeting notice):


1. Call to Order

2. Consideration of Approval of Minutes of the November 18, 2016 Meeting

3. Report from Short-Term Programs Principal, Sara Merritt
a. Review of online learning

4. Report from Comprehensive Programs Principal, Miles Fain
a. Update on entrepreneurial projects

5. Report from Outreach Director, Cyral Miller
a. State plan for VI and deafblindness

6. Consideration of approval of General Employability Skills Course as an innovative course (Debra Sewell)

7. Adjournment



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Agency Name: Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Finance Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1100 W. 45th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000521
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Vicki Weston 512-206-9133
Agenda: NOTICE OF MEETING - BOARD OF TRUSTEES

FINANCE COMMITTEE

TEXAS SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a regular meeting of the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees of the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired shall be held on January 27, 2017, beginning at 8:00 a.m. in Room 102 of Building 600, 1100 W. 45th Street, Austin, Texas.

If, during the course of the meeting, any discussion of any item on the agenda should be held in closed session, the Finance Committee of the Board shall convene in such closed session in accordance with Texas Government Code, Sec. 551.001, et. seq. Before any such session is convened, the presiding officer shall publicly identify the section or sections of the Code authorizing the closed session. All final votes, actions, or decisions shall be taken in open session.

The subject to be discussed, or considered, or upon which any formal action may be taken are as follows (items do not have to be taken in the same order as shown on this meeting notice):


Finance Agenda:

1. Consideration of approval of minutes of November 18, 2016 (Michael Garrett)
2. Consideration of approval of investment report (Pamela Darden)
3. Consideration of adoption of a resolution regarding the review of the investment policy and strategies of TSBVI (Pamela Darden)
4. Review donations report (Pamela Darden)
5. Consideration of approval of receipt of gifts and donations of over $500 (Pamela Darden)
6. Consideration of approval of request for expenditure of gifts and donations (Pamela Darden)
7. Review of budget reports (Pamela Darden)
8. Report on Timeline for Development of Business Office Procedures (Pamela Darden)
9. Report from Business, Operations & Technology Administrator (Pamela Darden)
10. Report from School Support Services Director (Brian McDonald)
11. Report from Information Resources Director (Mike Wolszon)


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Agency Name: Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: AUDIT, COMPLIANCE, AND MANAGEMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE
Status: Active
Street Location: 1100 W. 45th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000522
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Vicki Weston 512-206-9133
Agenda: NOTICE OF MEETING

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
AUDIT, COMPLIANCE, AND MANAGEMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE
TEXAS SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a regular meeting of the Audit, Compliance, and Management Review Committee of the Board of Trustees of the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired shall be held on January 27, 2017, beginning at 8:00 a.m. in Room 92 of the Main Building 600, 1100 West 45th Street, Austin, Texas.

If, during the course of the meeting, any discussion of any item on the agenda should be held in closed session, the Audit, Compliance, and Management Review Committee shall convene in such closed session in accordance with Texas Government code, Sec. 551.001, et.seq. Before any such session is convened, the presiding officer shall publicly identify the section or sections of the Code authorizing the closed session. All final votes, actions, or decisions shall be taken in open session.

The subjects to be discussed or considered, or upon which any formal action may be taken are as follows (items do not have to be taken in the same order as shown on this meeting notice):

1. Call to Order

2. Consideration of Approval of Minutes of the September 30, 2016 Meeting

3. Report from the Information Resources Director (Mike Wolszon)
a. Preparations for TAC 202 Information Security Audit

4. Report from the Internal Auditor (Jaye Stepp)
a. Consideration of approval of the Audit of the Policy and Procedure for Reporting and Investigating Allegations of Student Abuse, Neglect, Exploitation or Improper Care
b. Audit Recommendations Tracking Schedule

5. Timelines for Development of Business Office Procedures (Bill Daugherty)

6. Adjournment



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Agency Name: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Twin Towers Office Center, 1106 Clayton Lane, 1st floor public meeting room #125E
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000486
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kay Mahan, 512-463-3173
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) 463-6599, FAX: (512) 475-2874, E-MAIL: open.meetings@tdlr.texas.gov, TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (for voice), 1-800-relay-TX (for TDD).

Listen to the meeting at – https://www.youtube.com/user/TexasLicensing

Between 7:30 a.m. and the beginning of the meeting, the public will be able to view informational videos on the contested case, motions for rehearing, and public comment processes.


A. Call to Order

B. Roll Call and Certification of Quorum

C. Executive Session
1. Consultation with the Commission’s attorney pursuant to section 551.071(1), Government Code wherein the Commission will receive a briefing from legal Counsel concerning pending or contemplated litigation, and/or
settlement offers, including but not limited to: (a) Ashish Patel et al. v. Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation et al., Cause No. D-1-GN-09-004118, in the 345th Judicial District Court of Travis County, Texas, and (b)Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation and Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation vs. Merlin Transport, Inc. d/b/a Merlin Transport Corporation
d/b/a Excalibur Towing Company; Cause No. D-1-GN-16-005371, in the District Court of Travis County, Texas, 98thJudicial District.
2. Advice from the Commission’s attorney on legal matters authorized by 551.071(2).
3. Under section 551.074, Government Code, discussion of personnel matters, including but not limited to: the appointment, employment, compensation, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline and dismissal of the
Executive Director.

NOTE: The Commission may adjourn into Executive Session to consider any item listed on this agenda if a matter is appropriate for Executive Session discussion.

D. Action on items discussed in Executive Session

E. Approval of Minutes – Meeting of November 16, 2016

F. Contested Cases - consideration and possible action (heard before SOAH)

Item Docket Number Respondent
1. ELC20150014720/452-16-5558.ELC Michael C. Dean
2. ELC20160010627/452-16-4594.ELC Vincente Castellanos, Jr.
3. ELC20160015172/452-16-3317.ELC David Jackson
4. PTC20130017019/452-16-3204.PTC Jesus M. Salinas

G. Motions for Rehearing – The Commission may consider and take any action related to the following cases, including but not limited to, rehearing matters previously decided, modifying a prior order, or entering a new order:

Item Docket Number Respondent
1. COS20160011558 Lacy L. Bishop d/b/a Casa Bella
2. COS20160013638 Thao Vuong d/b/a Shiny Nails & Spa
3. TOW20160023221 Camille Y. Herron d/b/a Tri County Towing
4. TOW20160024655 & VSF20160025261 Chad Hart d/b/a Paradise Towing and Wrecker
5. TOW20140011374 Ruth Belmonte and Robert Garcia d/b/a Phoenix Towing

H. Discussion and possible action on the proposed amendments to existing rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 55, Subchapter A, §55.1 and §55.10;
and proposed new rules Subchapter F, §55.100 and §55.101, regarding the Rules for Administrative Services, to implement Senate Bill 20 and bring the Department into compliance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 2261.

I. Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of existing rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 70, §70.100 and §70.101; and proposed new rules
§70.100 and §70.101, regarding the Industrialized Housing and Buildings program, to adopt code updates.

J. Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 140, §§140.1 - 140.31, regarding the Orthotists and Prosthetists program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Orthotists and Prosthetists program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

K. Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 141, Subchapter A, §§141.1 - 141.22,
regarding the Dietitians program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Dietitians program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

L. Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 142, Subchapter A, §§142.1 - 142.20,
regarding the Athletic Trainers program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Athletic Trainers program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

M. Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 143, Subchapter A, §§143.1 - 143.4
and 143.7; Subchapter B, §§143.11 - 143.17 and §§143.20 - 143.25; Subchapter C, §§143.31 - 143.37, and §143.40; Subchapter D, §§143.51, 143.52, 143.57, 143.58, 143.60, 143.65, 143.70, 143.75, 143.101, 143.111, 143.121, 143.131 and 143.141; and Subchapter E, §§143.161 - 143.174, regarding the Midwives program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Midwives program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

N. Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 144, §§144.1 - 144.31, regarding the Hearing Instrument Fitters and Dispensers program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Hearing Instrument Fitters and Dispensers program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

O. Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 145, Subchapter A, §145.1; Subchapter B, §§145.11 - 145.15; Subchapter C, §§145.31 - 145.33; Subchapter D, §§145.41 - 145.45; Subchapter E, §§145.61 - 145.66; Subchapter F, §§145.81 - 145.86; Subchapter G, §145.91; Subchapter H, §§145.101 - 145.104; Subchapter I, §145.111 and §145.112; Subchapter J, §145.121 and §145.122; Subchapter K, §145.141 and §145.142; Subchapter L, §§145.161 - 145.165; Subchapter M, §145.181 and §145.182; Subchapter N, §§145.191 - 145.204; Subchapter O, §§145.211 - 145.216; Subchapter P, §§145.231 - 145.233, regarding the Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

P. Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 146, Subchapter K, §§146.575 –
146.596, regarding the Licensed Dyslexia Therapists and Licensed Dyslexia Practitioners program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Licensed Dyslexia Therapists and Licensed Dyslexia Practitioners program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

Q. Discussion and possible approval of the Penalty Matrix for the Athletic Trainers program.

R. Staff Reports
Briefing from agency staff and discussion:

1. Executive Office
• Introduction of Carla James, Deputy Executive Director; and Nick Voinis, Chief of Staff, Strategic Communication and Government Relations
• Update on DSHS new programs transition – Phases I and II
• Sunset Advisory Commission Hearings – December 8, 2016 and January 11, 2017
• Interview on Radio Vietnam Houston and VIETV – December 15, 2016
• November Presentations
• December Presentations
• January Presentations
• Update on Commission Workshop
• Update on Licensed Breeder Advisory Committee Activities
• Agreed Orders, Default Orders and Cease & Desist Orders
• Recent developments

2. Office of Strategic Communication (OSC)
• Social Media key statistics & update

3. Compliance Division
• Update on Health Professions Consolidation Team
• Trainings/Presentations by Compliance Division staff
• Compliance Division Staff Participation in Industry Association Events
• Information Forums for Phase 2 Health Profession Program Transfers
• Meetings with Department of State Health Services Staff Regarding Phase 2 Health Profession Program Transfers
• Report to the Legislature Regarding Implementation of Senate Bill 202 from 2015 Legislative Session
• Health Professions Programs Staff Meeting with Stakeholders
• Compliance Division Staff Selection to Participate in 2017 Code Making Panel for National Electrical Code
• Compliance statistics and trends

4. Customer Service Division
• External Stakeholder’s Visit/Meeting
• Current projects
• Customer Service statistics and trends
• Implementation of new programs
• Personnel changes

5. Education & Examination Division
• Recent accomplishments/current projects
• Examination statistics
• Education, Examination and Inspection statistics and trends
• Implementation of new programs
• Personnel changes

6. Enforcement Division
• Enforcement statistics and trends
• Implementation of new programs
• Personnel changes
• Recent trainings

7. Field Operations
• Recent accomplishments/current projects
• Implementation of new programs
• Personnel changes
• Field Operation Inspection statistics and trends

8. Financial Services Division
• Year-end Close and Annual Reporting
• Division Reporting and Preparation
• Status of DIR-DCC Contract
• Auctioneer Education and Recovery Fund Activity

9. General Counsel Office
• Update on rulemaking
• Speaking engagements and training
• Case, collections and open records statistics and trends
• Implementation of new programs
• Information Security – Medical Privacy Webinar
• Personnel changes

10. Human Resources Office
• Human Resources statistics and trends
• Update on personnel policy
• Personnel changes

11. Information Technology Division
• Recent accomplishments
• Current activities
• IT statistics and trends
• Personnel changes

12. Licensing Division
• Recent accomplishments
• Licensing statistics and trends
• Implementation of new programs
• Personnel changes

13. Office of Innovation
• Update on Veterans Meetings & Outreach
• Update on Scenario Planning in process
• Update on Voice of the Customer
• Update on OI involvement with DSHS Phase II programs

S. Approval of appointments of members to Advisory Board, including appointment of presiding officers:

• Architectural Barriers Advisory Board
• Auctioneer Advisory Board
• Board of Boiler Rules
• Dietitians Advisory Board
• Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Advisory Board
• Water Well Drillers Advisory Council

T. Advisory Board Report

Briefing from staff and discussion on the following advisory board meetings and the subjects discussed and actions taken in the meeting:
• Combative Sports Advisory Board – 12/02/16
• Weather Modification Advisory Committee – 12/08/16
• Advisory Board of Athletic Trainers – 12/12/16
• Hearing Instruments Fitters and Dispensers Advisory Board – 01/11/17
• Towing, Storage and Booting Advisory Board – 01/12/17
• Orthotists and Prosthetics Advisory Board – 01/20/17
• Midwives Advisory Board – 01/25/17

U. Public Comment
*Comments will be limited to no more than 3 minutes*
*any person wishing to address the Commission should complete a Public Comment Form and submit it to the Executive Assistant*

V. Discussion of date, time and location of future Commission Meetings


W. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Association of Counties Health and Employee Benefits Pool
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:15 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Grievance Committee Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 575 Hyatt Lost Pines Road
City Location: Lost Pines
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000593
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Quincy Quinlan 512-478-8753
Agenda: Agenda:

Call to Order – 8:15 a.m., January 27, 2017

NOTE: The Chair may adjourn the open meeting and consider certain matters in Executive Session in order to maintain the privacy of health information, pursuant to Government Code Section 551.0785.


DELIBERATE AND TAKE ACTION ON THE FOLLOWING ITEMS

Consider request(s) received from various employee(s) to approve payment for certain medical procedures or care that were denied because of lack of coverage, or exclusion, in the current Health and Employee Benefits Pool Coverage Document.

Adjourn




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Quincy Quinlan
Health & Benefits Services Director
Texas Association of Counties
Phone: 512-478-8753



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Agency Name: Texas Southern University
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: BOARD OF REGENTS
Status: Active
Street Location: THE WOODLANDS RESORT AND CONFERENCE CENTER
City Location: 2301 NORTH MILLBEND DRIVE, THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS 77
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000685
Submit Date: 01/23/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: FAITH RUIZ OFFICE: 713.313.7900 / FAX: 713.313.7901
Agenda: AGENDA

TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY
BOARD OF REGENTS RETREAT

Date: Friday, January 27, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM
Place: The Woodlands Resort & Conference Center
2301 North Millbend Drive
The Woodlands, Texas 77380

Chairman: Derrick M. Mitchell
Vice Chair: Wesley G. Terrell
Second Vice Chair: Marilyn A. Rose
Secretary: Samuel L. Bryant


I. Board of Regents Retreat (Day 1)

A. Breakfast

B. Call to Order and Roll Call
Presenter: Regent Derrick M. Mitchell, Board Chair

C. Topics for Discussion and/or Action

1. Banking Resolution and Signatory Changes
Presenters: Regent Oliver J. Bell & Mr. Kenneth R. Huewitt, VP for Administration and Finance/CFO
Action Requested: Approval

D. All About Talent
Presenter: Ms. Sally Clark, External Consultant

E. Recess for Lunch

F. Administration Reports

1. Enrollment, Registration, and Advising
Presenter: Mr. Wendell Williams, Special Assistant to the President

2. Administration and Finance
Presenter: Mr. Kenneth R. Huewitt, VP of Administration and Finance/CFO

a. Mid-Year Update on Budget

3. Academic Affairs
Presenters: Dr. Bobby L. Wilson, Interim Provost/VP for Academic Affairs & Dr. Charles Taylor, Diversified Search

a. Update on Dean's Search

4. Governmental Relations
Presenter: Mr. Dominique D. Calhoun, Director of Governmental Relations

a. Legislative Updates

5. President's Report
Presenters: President Lane & Dr. Raijanel Crockem, Executive Director of Institutional Assessment, Planning, and Effectiveness

a. University Targets

6. University Advancement
Presenter: Ms. Eva K. Pickens, Vice President for University Advancement

a. University Advancement Updates

G. Adjourn

H. Dinner

II. Executive Session

A. Texas Government Code - Section 551-071 - Consultation with Attorney

B. Texas Government Code - Section 551-072 - Deliberations Concerning Purchase, Lease or Value of Real Property

C. Texas Government Code - Section 551-073 - Deliberations about Negotiated Contracts for Prospective Gifts or Donations

D. Texas Government Code - Section 551-074 - Personnel Matters, Including Appointments, Evaluations or Dismissals of Personnel




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Agency Name: Department of State Health Services
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Injury Prevention Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: San Jacinto College - Technical Training Center, 3234 Pasadena Freeway
City Location: Pasadena
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000183
Submit Date: 01/09/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Colin Crocker, MPA, CNM, State Trauma Director, Office of EMS/Trauma Systems Coordination, Division of Regulatory Services, Texas Department of State Health Services, 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 November and working group meetings

Discussion and possible action on the following items:

1. Review the revised objectives from the Strategic Plan for the Texas Emergency Healthcare System and develop Injury Prevention Committee action items and strategies for implementation to GETAC

2. Review and complete Evidence-Based Distracted Driving Prevention Fact sheet

3. Evidence-Based Childhood Drowning Prevention Fact Sheet

4. Finalize “How to Use Guide” for Hospital-Based Injury Prevention Components document

5. Evaluation of Hospital-Based Injury Prevention Components document

6. Identification of high priority areas for the Injury Prevention Committee’s focus based on prevalence and impact to the state of Texas of relevant conditions

7. Identification of high priority areas for the Injury Prevention Committee’s focus based on incidence of preventable diseases

General Public Comment
(Comment time may be limited at Chair’s Discretion)

Announcements

Review and list agenda items for next meeting

Next meeting date

Adjourn


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Agency Name: Department of State Health Services
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: PROMOTOR(A) OR COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER (CHW) TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Status: Active
Street Location: Department of State Health Services, Central Campus, Moreton Building, Conference Room M-100, 1100 West 49th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000230
Submit Date: 01/10/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Adriana Flores, (512) 776-3860, 1100 West 49th Street, Austin, TX 78756, Beatrice.Smith@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, Department of State Health Services, (512) 776-2780 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Agenda:
Please check in with Security – someone will escort you to the Conference Room.

Members of the public may attend the meeting in person at the address above or access the meeting through webinar.

Register for the webinar at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8649825369202391300

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for joining the webinar.

Welcome and introductions

Approval of minutes (November 18, 2016) *Action Item

Public comment

CHW Spotlight: Strong Start Project

Promotora Project on the Texas-Mexico Border

Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) – Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Access to Care Collaborative

Workforce Solutions & Employment Opportunities Workgroup

Advisory Committee Workgroups Updates

Committee Business
- Review and recommend to DSHS applications for certification of training institutions *Action Item
- Congratulations to newly appointed Committee members

Program Update

Committee Member Sharing:
- Think about a time when you were working as a CHW, or with a CHW, in a difficult situation. How did you approach it?

New business for consideration at next meeting

Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 701 West 51st Street (Department of Aging & Disability Services, Winters Building, Public Hearing Room)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2016008493
Submit Date: 12/15/2016
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, HHSC Medicaid and CHIP Services Department at 512-707-6112 or Maribel.Castoreno@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda: AGENDA:

Drug Utilization Review Board

January 27, 2017
9 a.m.

Meeting Site:
Department of Aging & Disability Services
Winters Building
Public Hearing Room
701 West 51st Street
Austin, TX 78751


1. Call to order

2. Approval of minutes from October 14, 2016 (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 October 14, 2016, meeting

4. New business:

Public comment on drug classes to be reviewed for the Medicaid Preferred Drug List (PDL):*
a. Acne agents, oral
b. Acne agents, topical
c. Analgesics, narcotic long
d. Analgesics, narcotic short
e. Angiotensin modulator combinations
f. Angiotensin modulators
g. Antimigraine agents, other
h. Antimigraine agents, triptans
i. Bladder relaxant preparations
j. H. pylori treatment
k. Immunomodulators, atopic dermatitis
l. Intranasal rhinitis agents
m. Neuropathic pain
n. Ophthalmics, anti-inflammatory/immunomodulator
o. Phosphate binders
p. Platelet aggregation inhibitors
q. Progestins for cachexia
r. Proton pump inhibitors
s. Smoking cessation
t. Stimulants and related agents

Public comment on new drugs to be reviewed for the Medicaid PDL*:
a. Antiemetic/Antivertigo agents / Sustol
b. Antifungals, topical / DermacinRx Therazole Pak
c. Antihyperuricemics / Zurampic
d. GI Motility, chronic / Relistor (oral)
e. Hypoglycemics, SGLT2 / Invokamet XR
f. Immune globulins / Cuvitru
g. Lipotropics, other / Repatha Pushtronex
h. NSAIDs / Pain relief collection kit
i. Ophthalmics, anti-inflammatory / Bromsite
j. Otic antibiotics / Otovel
k. Steroids, topical low / Micort-HC

5. Therapeutic and clinical drug reviews and updates – Chris Andrews, Pharm. D., Magellan Medicaid Administration

6. Executive work session

Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 531.071, and in accordance with Title 1, Texas Administrative Code, Part 15, 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. Atypical antipsychotics optimization
ii. Benzodiazepine anxiolytics and controlled sedative hypnotics

b. Report on recent retrospective DUR interventions outcome:

i. Bipolar disorders therapy management
ii. Depression therapy management

c. Retrospective DUR proposals: (Vote required)*

i. Gastrointestinal disorders therapy management
ii. Methadone overdose risk reduction
iii. Naloxone for opioid-related overdose

10. Prospective prior authorization proposals (clinical edits): Christina Faulkner, Pharm. D.,
Health Information Designs, LLC (Vote required)*

a. Nuedexta (Dextromethorphan/Quinidine)

b. Diabetes test strips

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. Angiotensin - converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors
b. Angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs)
c. Attention Deficit Disorder medications
d. Histamine H2-receptor antagonists
e. Hydrocodone
f. Platelet aggregation inhibitors
g. Proton pump inhibitors
h. Serotonin 5HT1B/1D receptor agonists

12. Adjourn

13. Next meeting date: April 28, 2017

*Public comment will be taken on this agenda item.

Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Maribel O. Castoreno, DUR/PDL Oversight Specialist, HHSC Medicaid and CHIP Services Department at 512-707-6112 or 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 Medical Disclosure Panel
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Texas Department of State Health Services, Exchange Building, Room N218, 8407 Wall Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000073
Submit Date: 01/05/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Pamela Adams, Program Specialist, Regulatory Licensing Unit, Facility Licensing Group, Texas Department of State Health Services, at (512) 834-6600, extension 2607 or at pamela.adams@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, Texas 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 Panel will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

Call to Order

I. Introduction of members and guests.

II. Approval of minutes from the September 30, 2016 meeting.

III. Update and possible action regarding study on readability levels of consent forms/lists.

IV. Review and action related to FAQs regarding consent by CRNAs and PICC Line RNs.

V. Discussion and possible action related to use of nitrous oxide in laboring patients.

VI. Review, discussion and possible action related to updates of Chapter 601.2-601.3.
a. (b) Cardiovascular system
b. (h) Hematic and lymphatic system
c. (m) Nervous system treatments and procedures

VII. Discussion and possible action related to any other updates to Chapter 601.2-601.9.

VIII. FDA review results in new warnings about using general anesthetics and sedation drugs in young children and pregnant women.

IX. Panel Vacancies.

X. Public Comment.

XI. Next meeting date.

XII. Adjournment.


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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Quarterly Commission
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 N. Congress Ave.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000485
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Esther Garza esther.garza@thc.texas.gov
Agenda: AGENDA
William B Travis Bldg.
1701 N. Congress Ave.
Room 1-104
Austin, TX 78701
January 27, 2017
9 a.m.


This meeting of the Texas Historical Commission has been properly posted with the Secretary of State’s 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 and Introductions
1.1 Welcome
1.2 Pledge of Allegiance
A. United States
B. Texas
1.3 Commissioner introductions
1.4 Establish quorum
1.5 Recognize and/or excuse absences
1.6 Staff introductions

2. Friends of the THC
2.1 Report on the activities of the Friends of the THC

3. Update on World War I Centennial Commemoration Activities

4. Public testimony
Members of the public may address the Commission concerning any matter within the authority of the Commission. Remarks from each individual may be limited at the Chairman’s discretion.

5. Consent Items – The Commission may approve agenda items 5.1 – 5.4 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.
5.1 Approve October 20, 2016 meeting minutes
5.2 Approve certification of Historic Texas Cemetery designations
5.3 Report and acceptance of transfer of $13,500 from the Friends of the THC to the THC for the Caddo Mounds SHS grass house project
5.4 Approve contract amendments and extensions
A. Howard & Revis for San Felipe de Austin SHS Museum project
B. Lord, Aeck & Sargent Architects for San Felipe de Austin SHS Museum project (architectural services)
C. Richter Architects for Levi Jordan Plantation SHS project (construction services)

6. 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 including McKay v. Admiral Nimitz Foundation, Cause No. 14199, In the District Court of Gillespie County, Texas, 216th Judicial District
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. §551.074, for consultation with commissioners regarding personnel matters
6.1 Action, if any, on items discussed in executive session (open session)

7. Chairman’s Report
7.1 Report on the ongoing projects and operations of the Commission

8. Executive
8.1 Committee report – report on items considered at the committee meeting held on January 26, 2017
8.2 Confirm appointment to Board of Trustees of the Friends of the Texas Historical Commission
8.3 Consider approval of re- appointments to the Texas Preservation Trust Fund Advisory Board
8.4 Consider dates/locations for 2017-2018 quarterly meeting dates
8.5 Discussion and possible action regarding State Antiquities Landmark site designation for the Houston Astrodome, Harris County, owned by Harris County

9. Finance and Government Relations
9.1 Committee report – report on items considered at the committee meeting held on January 26, 2017

10. Antiquities Advisory Board
10.1 Committee report – report on items considered at the advisory board meeting held on January 26, 2017
10.2 Consider approval of appointments/reappointments to the Antiquities Advisory Board

11. Archeology
11.1 Committee report – report on items considered at the committee meeting held on January 26, 2017

12. Architecture Programs
12.1 Committee report – report on items considered at the committee meeting held on January 26, 2017

13. History/Heritage Development
13.1 Committee report – report on items considered at the committee meeting held on January 26, 2017
13.2 Consider approval of applications for Official Texas Historical Markers in calendar year 2017
13.3 Consider approval of the application ranking and funding recommendations for the FY2017 Certified Local Government Grants
13.4 Report and possible action concerning the Texas Main Street Program application and scoring process
13.5 Report on efforts to re-establish the Brazos Trail Region board of directors

14. Historic Sites
14.1 Committee report – report on items considered at the committee meeting held on January 26, 2017
14.2 Consider approval of deaccessioning artifacts from Eisenhower Birthplace, Landmark Inn, Starr Family Home, and Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Sites
14.3 Donor recognition
A. Consider approval of design guidelines for Historic Sites donor recognition
B. Consider approval of donor recognition at the National Museum of the Pacific War, Pacific Combat Zone

15. Public Information and Education
15.1 Committee report – report on items considered at the committee meeting held on January 26, 2017

16. Executive Director’s report
16.1 Report on activities of THC Executive Director and staff for the preceding quarter

17. Adjourn



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.


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 Medical Board
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Full Board
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 GUADALUPE, TOWER 2, ROOM 225
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000509
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
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.Full Board call to order and roll call.

2.Board Member Report.
Introductions

3.Executive Director's Report.
Legislative update
Budget update
Audit update
Outreach update
Email
Movement of other licensees practicing acupuncture

4.Medical Director Report.

5.Consideration and possible action regarding pending litigation.

6.Discussion, recommendation, and possible action regarding the active practice of acupuncture and continuing acupuncture education.

7.Discussion, recommendation, and possible action regarding dry needling, tewa, cupping and other therapies.

8.Consideration and Approval of Non-Public Rehabilitation Orders and Modification Request/Termination Request of Non Public Rehabilitation Orders.

9.Consideration and Approval of Agreed Board Orders.

10.Consideration and Approval of Modification Request/Termination Request Orders.

11.Consideration and Approval of Reinstatement Request Orders.

12.Consideration and Approval of Nunc Pro Tunc Orders.

13.Consideration and Approval of Mediated Settlement Agreement Orders.

14.Consideration and Approval of Termination of Suspension Orders.

15.Consideration and Approval of Default Orders.

16.Consideration and Approval of Proposal for Decision.

17.Report on Temporary Suspension/Automatic Orders/Automatic Actions.

18.Consideration and approval of cease and desist orders.

19.Consideration and approval of Remedial Plans.

20.Review, discussion, and possible action regarding selected files and cases.

21.Discussion, recommendation, and possible action regarding proposed amendments and rule review to 22 T.A.C. Chapter 183.

22.Discussion, recommendation, and possible action regarding a proposed adoption of the rule review and proposed amendments to 22 T.A.C. Chapter 183.

23.Open forum for public comments.

24.Consideration and approval of October 21, 2016 Board Meeting Minutes.

25.Committee reports and the consideration and approval of committee action items.

26.Adjourn.


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Agency Name: Texas Medical Board
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Licensure Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 GUADALUPE, TOWER 2, ROOM 225
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000507
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
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 and roll call.

2.Discussion, recommendation, and possible action regarding applicants appearing concerning eligibility.

3.Discussion, recommendation, and possible action regarding applicants for a Texas Acupuncture License.

4.Adjourn.


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Agency Name: Texas Medical Board
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:15 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Education Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 GUADALUPE, TOWER 2, ROOM 225
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000508
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
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 and roll call.

2.Discussion, recommendation, and possible action regarding applicants appearing concerning eligibility.

3.Discussion, recommendation, and possible action regarding applicants for a Texas Acupuncture License.

4.Adjourn.


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Agency Name: Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Vision
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe - Suite 2-510
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000513
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Karen Gordon, PT Coordinator; 512-305-6900; karen@ptot.texas.gov
Agenda: A. Call to order
B. Public comment
C. Approval of minutes from the October 28, 2016 meeting.
D. Discussion and possible action regarding the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy, including report of the Annual Meeting in Columbus, Ohio, November 4-5, 2016.
E. Discussion and possible action regarding the Sunset Review and the 2017 legislative session.
F. Discussion and possible action on future meeting dates and agenda items.
G. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
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: 2017000511
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Karen Gordon, PT Coordinator; 512-305-6900; karen@ptot.texas.gov
Agenda: 1. Call to order
2. Public comment
3. Approval of minutes from the October 28, 2016 meeting in Fort Worth, Texas.
4. Discussion and possible action on Executive Director's Report concerning fiscal and budgetary matters, performance measures, ongoing projects, agency personnel matters, Sunset Review and 2017 Legislative Session, and other agency business.
5. Investigation Committee Report and consideration by the Board of the following items:
A. Review and possible action on Agreed Orders for case #s: 16523, 16539, 16541, 16543, 17010, 17025, 17029, 17030, 17033, 17067, 17077, 17082, and 17102.
B. Discussion and possible action on the Investigation Committee Meeting of January 5, 2017.
C. Discussion and possible action on investigative activities to date.
6. Discussion and possible action on adopting changes to §341.3. Qualifying Continuing Competence Activities and
§341.6. License Restoration
7. Discussion and possible action on proposing changes to §341.2. Continuing Competence Requirements and §341.3.
Qualifying Continuing Competence Activities, regarding combining the jurisprudence exam and the ethics/professional
responsibility requirement into one online assessment module.
8. Discussion and possible action on issuing a request for proposals to develop and implement an online jurisprudence
and ethics exam.
9. Education Committee Report:
D. Discussion and possible action on the Texas Physical Therapy Association (TPTA) Continuing Competence Approval Program (CCAP) report, including conclusion of the audit of TPTA approved courses.
E. Discussion and possible action on proposing changes to §341.2. Continuing Competence Requirements regarding
approving organizations to accredit providers and to evaluate and approve continuing competence activities.
F. Discussion and possible action on proposing changes to §329.2. Licensure by Examination regarding an applicant
educated as a physical therapist testing as a physical therapist assistant.
G. Discussion and possible action on a request for an appeal to re-take the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE).
H. Discussion and possible action on issues related to physical therapy entry-level education and continuing
competence.
10. Vision Committee Report:
D. Discussion and possible action regarding the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy,including report of the Annual Meeting in Columbus, Ohio, November 4-5, 2016.
E. Discussion and possible action regarding the Sunset Review and the 2017 legislative session.
11. Discussion and possible action on the Board Coordinator's report concerning any item listed on the agenda and on events that have occurred between this meeting and the Board’s last meeting.
12. Discussion and possible action on the Board Chair's report concerning any item listed on the agenda and on events that have occurred between this meeting and the Board's last meeting.
13. Discussion and possible action on long-term planning for future meetings, including future meeting dates and agenda items.
14. Adjournment


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Agency Name: West Texas Centers for MHMR
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 409 Runnels Street
City Location: Big Spring
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000598
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Debbie Moses (432) 264-3246
Agenda: 1. Approve Minutes of the Previous Meeting
2. Treasurer’s Report
3. Chairman’s Report
4. CEO’s Report
5. NEW BUSINESS/COMMUNICATION ITEMS:
a. DADS FY17 1st Quarter Performance Contract Compliance Report
b. DSHS FY17 1st Quarter Performance Contract Compliance Report
c. Texas Council Board of Directors Report
d. Legislative Update
e. ECI Update
f. Quality Management Report
g. ADRC Update
h. 1115 Waiver Update
i. Grants Update
6. BOARD ACTION ITEMS:
a. Consider Approval to Fill Unexpired Term of Board Member
b. Administer Oath of Office for New Board Member
c. Consider Approval of CY17 Holiday Schedule
d. Consider Approval of FY17 1st and 2nd Quarter PNAC Reports
e. Consider Approval of FY16 External Audit
f. Consider Approval of FY16 4th Quarter Certified Financial Statement
g. Consider Approval of FY17 1st Quarter Certified Financial Statement
h. Consider Approval of FY16 4th Quarter Portfolio Summary
i. Consider Approval of FY17 1st Quarter Portfolio Summary
j. Consider Approval of Changes to Bank Authorizations
k. Consider Approval of Revisions to Investment Policy and Policy Review
l. Consider Approval of Use Agreement for 319 Runnels Parking Lot with Hotel Settles
m. Board Affidavits for FY17 Performance Contract
n. Consider Approval of Policies
7. Public Comment


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Agency Name: 24th Judicial District Community Supervision and Corrections Department
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Judicial District-District Judges and Statutory County Court-at-Law Judges
Status: Active
Street Location: 115 North Bridge Street
City Location: Victoria
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000667
Submit Date: 01/23/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Greg G. Cummings, Director
Agenda: 1. Approve the minutes of the August 21, 2015 meeting.

2. Designate the Fiscal Officer as the Purchasing Agent.


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Agency Name: North Texas Tollway Authority
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Board Retreat
Status: Active
Street Location: 5900 West Plano Pkwy
City Location: Plano
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000689
Submit Date: 01/23/2017
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Lorelei Griffith at lgriffith@ntta.org
Agenda: AGENDA
NORTH TEXAS TOLLWAY AUTHORITY
BOARD OF DIRECTORS BOARD RETREAT
STAR BRAND RANCH
1182 STAR BRAND DRIVE
KAUFMAN, TEXAS
January 27, 2017
10:00 AM

All items included on this agenda, including those listed for executive session, may be discussed and acted upon by the Board of Directors of the North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA). Agenda item numbers are assigned for ease of reference and do not necessarily reflect the order of their consideration by the Board. The Board may discuss any agenda item in executive session whenever legally justified under the Texas Open Meetings Act.

1. Call to order and establishment of quorum

2. Comments and announcements from the Chairman and Board Members

3. NTTA 2016 year in review

4. Strategic planning and goal setting

5. 2017 annual planning

6. EXECUTIVE SESSION – Pursuant to chapter 551, subchapter D, Texas Government Code:

A. Section 551.074(a)(1), to deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a public officer or employee.

1. Executive Director – Goals and Evaluation

7. RECESS – Items listed on this agenda may be deliberated at the meeting posted for January 28, 2017 upon recess of this meeting pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.0411(a).

NOTES

Any individual with a disability who plans to attend this meeting and requires auxiliary aids or services should notify NTTA as far in advance as possible, but no less than 2 days in advance, so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Contact Human Resources by telephone at 214-461-2079 or Relay Texas at 1-800-735-2989; by e-mail at ADA2@ntta.org; or in person at 5900 W. Plano Parkway, Plano, Texas 75093. Additional information about NTTA is available on the NTTA website at http://www.ntta.org.

Board members may participate in this meeting via telephone conference call in accordance with Section 366.262 of the Texas Transportation Code. Pursuant to Texas Penal Code Section 30.07, the open carrying of handguns will not be allowed at this meeting.


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Agency Name: Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
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: 2017000493
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: evergreenuwcd.org 830-569-4186
Agenda: Public Permit Hearing

Friday, January 27, 2017
9:00 a.m.


Call Permit Hearing to Order

Roll Call of Members Present


1. Permit Hearing for the following Drilling/Production Permit Application:


• One (1) new well for Michael Janysek (Drilling Permit #14115, Production Permit #PK00330) located at N 28°58’28” W 97°50’06 in Karnes County for Irrigation, Livestock and Industrial use. Total maximum annual production from the well will be 283.3 acre feet. The well will produce from the Gulf Coast Aquifer.




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Agency Name: Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
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: 2017000680
Submit Date: 01/23/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: evergreenuwcd.org 830-569-4186
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. Drilling/Production Permit Applications.
c. Adjourn.
Reconvene to Regular Meeting
3. Production Permit Renewals.
4. Public Comments, Requests or Discussion by the Public, Limited to 5 minutes
Concerning Agenda Items or other District Business.
5. Approval of Minutes from the December 20, 2016 Board of Directors Meeting.
6. Approval of Report of Bills Paid for December 2016.
7. Approval of Budget and Bookkeeping Reports for December 2016.
8. Order Election of Directors in Atascosa, Frio, Karnes and Wilson Counties.
9. Update on Certificates of Deposit in the Charles Schwabb Account.
10. Russell Wilson with the Neighborhood Concerned Group for the Proposed Frac Sand Processing
Plant in Atascosa County.
11. Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer Cross-Sections Project Presentation by Steve Young with Intera, Inc.
12. General Manager’s Report.
13. Consider and Take Appropriate Action on Items to be Placed on the Next Agenda.
14. Set Date and Time for Next Board of Directors Meeting.
15. Adjourn.



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Agency Name: Alamo WorkSource
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS ALAMO OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 618 LIVE OAK
City Location: SAN ANTONIO
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000631
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: CYNTHIA C. FARIAS (210)272-3250
Agenda: OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE MEETING
Healey-Murphy Center
618 Live Oak
San Antonio, TX 78202
January 27, 2017
8:30 a.m.

AGENDA

Agenda items may not be considered in the order they appear.

Citizens may appear before the Board during Public Comment to speak for or against any item on the agenda, in accordance with procedural rules governing meetings. Speakers are limited to three (3) minutes on one (1) topic. Questions relating to these rules may be directed to the Office of the Chief Executive Officer at (210) 272-3250.

I. Call to Order and Quorum Determination - Chair Watson

II. Declarations of Conflict of Interest - Chair Watson

III. Public Comment - Chair Watson

IV. Review of the Roles and Responsibilities of the Oversight Committee - Chair Watson

V. Update on 2017 Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) Contracted Performance Measures and Targets - Alan Miller

VI. Contractor Performance Reports - Susan Ashmore
a. C2 GPS (Career Center)
b. City of San Antonio (Child Care)
c. WIOA Youth (ResCare)
d. Special Projects

VII. Internal Monitoring Update - Emily Ortiz-Wheeler

VIII. Discussion: Beyond TWC Measures – Local Measures and Indicators - Alan Miller

IX. Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding Eligible Training Provider Local Criteria - Alan Miller

X. Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding Board Policy on Individual Training Accounts (ITAs) and Provider Closings - Alan Miller

XI. Update on Procurement for Child Care Services - Alan Miller

XII. 2017 Meeting Schedule - Chair Watson

XIII. New Business - Chair Watson

XIV. Adjournment - Chair Watson

Workforce Solutions Alamo is an equal opportunity employer/program. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids, services, or special accommodations should contact Cynthia Farias at (210) 272-3250 at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Relay Texas: 1-800-735-2969 (TDD) or 711 (Voice).


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Agency Name: Alamo WorkSource
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 08:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS ALAMO OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
Status: Active
Street Location: 618 LIVE OAK
City Location: SAN ANTONIO
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000640
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: CYNTHIA C. FARIAS (210)272-3250
Agenda: OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE MEETING
Healy-Murphy Center
618 Live Oak
San Antonio, TX 78202
January 27, 2017
8:30 a.m.

AGENDA

Agenda items may not be considered in the order they appear.

Citizens may appear before the Board during Public Comment to speak for or against any item on the agenda, in accordance with procedural rules governing meetings. Speakers are limited to three (3) minutes on one (1) topic. Questions relating to these rules may be directed to the Office of the Chief Executive Officer at (210) 272-3250.

I. Call to Order and Quorum Determination - Chair Watson

II. Declarations of Conflict of Interest - Chair Watson

III. Public Comment - Chair Watson

IV. Review of the Roles and Responsibilities of the Oversight Committee - Chair Watson
V. Update on 2017 Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) Contracted Performance Measures and Targets - Alan Miller

VI. Contractor Performance Reports - Susan Ashmore
a. C2 GPS (Career Center)
b. City of San Antonio (Child Care)
c. WIOA Youth (ResCare)
d. Special Projects

VII. Internal Monitoring Update - Emily Ortiz-Wheeler

VIII. Discussion: Beyond TWC Measures – Local Measures and Indicators - Alan Miller

IX. Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding Eligible Training Provider Local Criteria - Alan Miller

X. Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding Board Policy on Individual Training Accounts (ITAs) and Provider Closings - Alan Miller

XI. Update on Procurement for Child Care Services - Alan Miller

XII. 2017 Meeting Schedule - Chair Watson

XIII. New Business - Chair Watson

XIV. Adjournment - Chair Watson

Workforce Solutions Alamo is an equal opportunity employer/program. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids, services, or special accommodations should contact Cynthia Farias at (210) 272-3250 at least two (2) working days prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Relay Texas: 1-800-735-2969 (TDD) or 711 (Voice).


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Agency Name: Automobile Insurance Plan Association, Texas
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: TAIPA Operations Subcommittee
Status: Active
Street Location: Dial in number 512-531-7281 or in Person at TAIPA Office, 1120 Capital of TX Hwy, CityView Bldg. 3, Suite 105
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000469
Submit Date: 01/16/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Stacy Dutton at 512-531-7271 or Nicole Morgan at 512-531-7257
Agenda: TAIPA Operations Subcommittee Teleconference Agenda

Friday, January 27, 2017 at 10:00 AM

Dial-In Number: 512-531-7281


1. Call to Order

2. Reading of Anti-Trust Statement

3. Review and Approval of Minutes of November 1, 2016 Operations Subcommittee Meeting (Exhibit 1)

4. Over/Under Report (Exhibit 2)

5. PP AIP Estimates Used in Quarterly Quota Calculation (Exhibit 3)

6. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Coastal Bend Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
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: 2017000559
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: John P. Buckner, Executive Director P.O. Box 9909 Corpus Christi, TX 78469 361-883-5743 john@cbcog98.org
Agenda: 1. Call to Order
2. Approval of Minutes(12/09/2016)
3. Treasurer's Report
4. Items Requiring Action by Council of Governments
A. Chairman's Report
B. Council on Aging Report
C. Nominating Committee Report
5. Announcements and Non-Action Items
6. Approval of Treasurer's Report
7. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Heart of Texas Region MHMR Center
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 11:45 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 110 So. 12th Street
City Location: Waco
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000592
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Barbara Tate, P.O. Box 890, Waco, TX 76703 (254) 752-3451, barbara.tate@hotrmhmr.org
Agenda: 1. Call the Meeting to Order
2. Introductions and Welcome of Guests
3. Report from the Nominating Committee for 2017 Board Officers--Action
4. Approval of the Minutes for December 15, 2016--Action
5. Consideration for Approval of Annual Audit for FY16--Action
6. Executive Director's Report
A. Consideration of Lease Approval for Day Habilitation Building in Marlin--Action
B. Consideration of Proposal for New Connectivity--Action
C. Consideration of Revised Board By-Laws and Policy & Procedures--Action
D. Employee Longevity Pay-Report
E. FY17 First Quarter Workload Measures Report
7. Acceptance of FY17 First Quarter PNAC Report--Action
8. Texas Council Quarterly Meeting Report
9. Closed meeting in Compliance with V.T.C.A. Government Code §551.072 and §551.074
10. Financial Statement
A. FY17 Budget Amendment--Action
B. Financial Statement
C. Investment Report
11. Personnel Actions
12. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Houston-Galveston Area Council
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Transportation Policy Council
Status: Active
Street Location: 3555 Timmons Lane, 2nd Floor, Rm B
City Location: Houston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000599
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
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, December 16, 2016 Meeting Minutes Summary (Secretary Tom Reid)

ACTION: ORGANIZATIONAL
5. Approval of TPC Nominating Committee Recommendations (Committee Chair)
Committee Chair will request TPC approval of Nominating Committee Recommendations for TPC Officers, one at-large position on the TPC for Other Transportation Interests, and 16 at-large positions on the TAC.

6. Appointment of TPC Non-Voting Ex-Officio Members for 2017 (TPC Chairman)
The TPC Chair will recommend appointment/re-appointment of TPC Ex-Officio members for 2017.

ACTION: AMENDMENTS
7. Amendments to the 2040 RTP and 2017-2020 TIP (Mr. Jim Dickinson, H-GAC)
A. Resolution for Approval of Amendments to the 2017–2020 Transportation Improvement
Program (TIP) and 2040 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP)
No amendments are proposed for TPC approval this month.

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.

INFORMATION
8. Presentation on 2016 Project Implementation (Mr. David Wurdlow, H-GAC)
Mr. Wurdlow will present a summary of projects which were obligated (let to contract) in 2016.

9. Freight Mobility Planning Update (Mr. Hans-Michael Ruthe, H-GAC)
Mr. Ruthe will update the Council on the work of the Greater Houston Freight Committee and other freight planning activities.

10. Report on Transportation Planning Activities
A. H-GAC Planning Activities Report
B. H-GAC Board of Directors Report

11. Announcements
• January Brown Bag Lunch Event – Monday, January 23, 2017, Noon-1:00 p.m., H-GAC, Rm B, “Freight Shuttle System Solutions”, by Dr. Stephen Roop, Chairman, Freight Shuttle International
• Next TAC meeting – February 15, 2017, 9:30 a.m., Rm B
• Next TPC meeting – February 24, 2017, 9:30 a.m., Rm B
• TPC/TAC New Member Orientation Workshop – February 24, 2017, Rm B (Workshop will follow TPC meeting)

12. Adjournment



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Agency Name: Pecan Valley MHMR Region
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2101 West Pearl Street, Suite 102
City Location: Granbury
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000568
Submit Date: 01/19/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Coke Beatty, Executive Director, at 817-579-4401 or cbeatty@pecanvalley.org
Agenda: Roll Call Elizabeth Lawrence

Approve Minutes of the November 18, 2016 Meeting Elizabeth

Mental Health Program Review
a. Performance Outcomes
b. Mental Health First Aid
c. Veterans Quarterly Report
Wayne Vaughn

Intellectual Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Program Review
Allen Gould

Approve November & December 2016 Financial Statements Coke Beatty

Approve Investments Report for 1st Quarter FY 2017 Coke Beatty

Approve Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, Long Term Disability, and Vision
Ruben DeHoyos

Approve Purchase of Vehicles Coke Beatty

Approve Board Policy 8.03.03.00 Restraint and Seclusion
Ruben DeHoyos

Update on 1115 Transformation Waiver Anthony Mason

Comments from Executive Director Coke Beatty

Comments from Board Chair Elizabeth Lawrence

Items may not be taken in the order they appear on the agenda.


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Agency Name: Texas Forensic Science Commission
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 09:00 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Bite Mark Comparison Case Review Team
Status: Active
Street Location: 1700 North Congress Ave., Suite 170
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000049
Submit Date: 01/04/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: www.fsc.texas.gov/meetings
Agenda: BITE MARK COMPARISON REVIEW TEAM MEETING
January 27, 2016 9:00 AM
Stephen F. Austin Building
1700 North Congress Avenue, Suite 170
Austin, Texas 78701
(512) 936-0661

The Commission may meet in closed session on any item listed below, if authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code Annotated, Chapter 551. During this meeting, the Commission may consider and take action on the following items. The Commission may take a break during the meeting.

1. Introductions and welcome. (Garcia)

2. Recap of Commission report recommendations. (Garcia)

3. Discussion of case review criteria. (Garcia/Vilbas)

4. Discussion of case review and notification process. (Garcia/Vilbas)

5. Preliminary review of cases on list. (Vilbas)

6. Discussion of action items and recommendations, including report to full Commission at February 10th quarterly meeting. (Garcia)

7. Selection of co-chairs.

8. Schedule next meeting.

9. Public Comment.

10. Adjourn.


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Agency Name: San Antonio Water System
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 10:30 AM(Local Time)
Committee: Notice of Quorum
Status: Active
Street Location: 4588 Hardy Road
City Location: Elmendorf
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000636
Submit Date: 01/20/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: For additional information, please contact Board Administrator at 210-233-3690
Agenda: QUORUM OF THE
SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM
BOARD OF TRUSTEES

January 27, 2017, 10:30 A.M.


Desalination Grand Opening
H2Oaks Center


4588 Hardy Road
Elmendorf, Texas 78112


A Quorum of the Board may attend the event, the Desalination Grand Opening for the H2Oaks Center.

Although a quorum of the Board may be present, no action will be taken by the Board on any business during this event.


SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM
INFORMATION STATEMENT
For additional information, contact the Board Administrator at 210-233-3690.



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Agency Name: Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc.
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 927 North Highway 46
City Location: Seguin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000510
Submit Date: 01/18/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kimberly Jonas 830-303-4376
Agenda: Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc., (CCSCT)
Central Board of Directors Meeting
January 27, 2017 1:00 PM
Guadalupe Valley Electric Co-Op, Community Room
927 North Highway 46, Seguin, Texas 78155

AGENDA

1. Call Meeting To Order

2. Invocation

3. Pledge of Allegiance

4. Promise of Community Action

5. Establish Quorum

6. Approve Order of Agenda - (Action Item)

7. Accept comments from the General Public
(Comments shall be limited to three (3) minutes)

8. INFORMATION AGENDA

A. Texas Department of Housing Community Affairs (TDHCA) Community Services Block Grant and Weatherization Assistance Program Workgroup Meetings.

B. The 2017 Big Give SA New Braunfels Kickoff Meeting

C. Food Truck/Craft Fair Event – Comal County Fair Grounds, June 10 2017 - Handout

D. Upcoming Conferences:
1. CAPLAW, Denver Colorado, June 7-9, 2017

2. National Community Action Foundation Washington D.C., March 12 -14, 2017

3. Texas Association of Community Action Agencies Conference Austin, May 10 – 12, 2017

E. 2017 TACAA Membership Drive

F. National Community Action Membership/CAPAC Contributions

G. Woodforest Food Drive

9. ACTION AGENDA

A. Consider and approve new Board Member for the CCSCT Board of Directors, Low-Income Sector Kerr County- Handout

B. Consider and approve the Nominating Committee Slate of Offices for the Executive Committee: - Handout
1. Vice-President
2. Secretary
3. At-Large

C. Consider and approve Agency Single Audit for FY ending October 31, 2016 as presented by McConnell & Jones LLP (Handout)

D. Consider and approve the proposed amendment to the CCSCT Board of Directors Bylaws.


E. Consider and approve meeting minutes for:

1. Central Board of Directors Meeting- November 18, 2016

2. Central Board of Directors Meeting- November 29, 2016

F. Consider and approve CCSCT Financial Report – Financial Handout

G. Consider and approve annual Agency-wide budget - Financial Handout

H. Consider and Approve the Finance Committees recommendation to approve the amended CCSCT Financial Policies and Procedures Manual - Financial Handout

I. Consider and approve Program Director’s Reports for:

1. Aging

2. Community Services
a. CSBG
b. CEAP
c. Tennant Based Rental Assistance

3. Rural Child Care

4. Weatherization


5. Woman, Infant and Children

6. Human Resources

J. Consider and approve proposed amendments and to the CCSCT Strategic
Plan – Strategic Handout

K. Consider and Approve CCSCT Client Satisfaction Surveys

L. Consider and approve the CCSCT HOME Monitoring Report

M. Consider and approve Resolution for application of the TDHCA Home Reservation System Agreement- Handout

N. Consider and approve CCSCT 2017 CSBG Amended CAP & Budget

O. Consider and approve 2016 CSBG CAP Plan Results

P. Consider and approve authorizing the Executive Director to sign 2017 CSBG Discretionary contract for direct client assistant $16250.

Q. Consider and approve job description for County Coordinator

R. Consider and approve McMullen County donation for Home Delivered Meals Program benefiting CCSCT client in McMullen County.

S. Consider and approve amended PY2017 Comprehensive Energy Assistance program Service Delivery Plan

T. Consider and approve authorizing the Executive Director to sign 2017 TDHCA Community Affairs Contract for Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (CEAP) for Dimmit, La Salle and Maverick counties.

U. Consent Agenda

1. Community Services Block Grant

a. Consider and approve TDHCA Community Service Block Grant Contract no 61160002375 Amend No. 3 FY2016 CSBG- Adds the 4th quarter allocation bringing the total budget allocation to $686,954.

b. Consider and approve TDHCA Community Service Block Grant Contract No. 61160002375 Amend No. 4 FY2016 CSBG- Adds the 4th quarter allocation bringing the total budget allocation to $686,954.- Extends the 2016 contract to March 31, 2017.

c. Consider and approve TDHCA Contract # 61170002625 FY 2017 Community Service Block Grant- Includes 1st quarter allocation of $170,867.00.

2. Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program

a. Consider and approve TDHCA Amendment No1. To contract #58160002571 FY 2016 Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program- Extending the Contract to March 31, 2017 and increasing the funding to $189,273.00. Contract services Dimmit, La Salle and Maverick County
.
b. Consider and approve TDHCA Amendment No 2. To contract #58160002333 FY 2016 Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program- Extending the Contract to March 31, 2017 and increasing the funding to $3,163,688.00. Contract services the 19 county CCSCT services area.

c. Consider and approve TDHCA Contract no. 58170002584 FY 2017 Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program. Budget allocation of $2,837,699.00. Contract services 19 county CCSCT service area.

3. Weatherization Assistance Program

a. Consider and approve TDHCA Amendment No. 3 Contract #81160002408, FY 2016 Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program- Weatherization Assistance Program extending contract to March 31, 2017. Increased budget allocation to $360,860.

b. Consider and approve TDHCA Contract No. 81170002658 FY 2017 Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program - Weatherization Assistance Program. Budget allocation is $323,667.

c. Consider and approve TDHCA Amendment No. 1 Contract #56160002483, U. S. DOE Weatherization Assistance Program. Increases budget allocation to $107,315.00.

4. Consider and approve the FY17 WIC Local Agency Funding amendment Notification - LA 69

5. Aging/Senior Nutrition- Texans Feeding Texans Grant

a. Consider and approve Texas Department of Agriculture, Texans Feeding Texans – Home Delivered Meals (HDM) 2017 Grant Award - Total allocation of $46,113.20.

1. HDM- 17-2011 Wilson County – County Match- $2,059.00- Total award- $3,270.89

2. HDM-17-2012 McMullen County – County Match- $79.25- Total Award- $$1,183.52

3. HDM-17-2013 Karnes County- County Match- $779.25- Total Award- $$6,404.96

4. HDM-17-2014 Frio County- $770.50- Total Award- $2,456.39

5. HDM-17-2015 Atascosa County- County Match- $1,974.50- Total Award- $12,465.44

6. HDM-17-2016 Comal County- County Match- $784.65- Total Award- $1,992.80

7. HDM-17-2017 Guadalupe County- County Match- $5,527.95- $18,339.20

V. Consider and approve Executive Director’s Report

10. EXECUTIVE SESSION

The Board may at any time during the meeting close the meeting and hold an Executive Session pursuant to the Texas Open Meetings act codified in Sections 551.071-551.090, Texas Government code which permits closed meetings.

A. Pursuant to Tex. Gov’t Code, 551.074(2) to hear a complaint or charge against a former employee.

1. Status of investigation

B. Pursuant to Tex. Gov’t Code, 551.072(1) to deliberate the possible purchase, sale, lease, or value of real property because deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on CCSCT’s position to negotiate with a third party.

1. Sale of CCSCT property located at 485 N. Sunset Strip, Kenedy, Texas Office location- Update
2. Office Space Lease- Admin Office Space

11. RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION

12. ADJOURNMENT


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Agency Name: Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc.
Date of Meeting: 01/27/2017
Time of Meeting: 01:00 PM(Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors Meeting
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 927 North Highway 46
City Location: Seguin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2017000496
Submit Date: 01/17/2017
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kimberly Jonas 830-303-4376
Agenda: Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc., (CCSCT)
Central Board of Directors Meeting
January 27, 2017 1:00 PM
Guadalupe Valley Electric Co-Op, Community Room
927 North Highway 46, Seguin, Texas 78155

AGENDA

1. Call Meeting To Order

2. Invocation

3. Pledge of Allegiance

4. Promise of Community Action

5. Establish Quorum

6. Approve Order of Agenda - (Action Item)

7. Accept comments from the General Public
(Comments shall be limited to three (3) minutes)

8. INFORMATION AGENDA

A. Texas Department of Housing Community Affairs (TDHCA) Community Services Block Grant and Weatherization Assistance Program Workgroup Meetings.

B. The 2017 Big Give SA New Braunfels Kickoff Meeting

C. Food Truck/Craft Fair Event – Comal County Fair Grounds, June 10 2017 - Handout

D. Upcoming Conferences:
1. CAPLAW, Denver Colorado, June 7-9, 2017

2. National Community Action Foundation Washington D.C., March 12 -14, 2017

3. Texas Association of Community Action Agencies Conference Austin, May 10 – 12, 2017

E. 2017 TACAA Membership Drive

F. National Community Action Membership/CAPAC Contributions

G. Woodforest Food Drive

9. ACTION AGENDA

A. Consider and approve new Board Member for the CCSCT Board of Directors, Low-Income Sector Kerr County- Handout

B. Consider and approve the Nominating Committee Slate of Offices for the Executive Committee: - Handout
1. Vice-President
2. Secretary
3. At-Large

C. Consider and approve the proposed amendment to the CCSCT Board of Directors Bylaws.


D. Consider and approve meeting minutes for:

1. Central Board of Directors Meeting- November 18, 2016

2. Central Board of Directors Meeting- November 29, 2016

E. Consider and approve CCSCT Financial Report – Financial Handout

F. Consider and approve annual Agency-wide budget - Financial Handout

G. Consider and Approve the Finance Committees recommendation to approve the amended CCSCT Financial Policies and Procedures Manual - Financial Handout

H. Consider and approve Program Director’s Reports for:

1. Aging

2. Community Services
a. CSBG
b. CEAP
c. Tennant Based Rental Assistance

3. Rural Child Care

4. Weatherization


5. Woman, Infant and Children

6. Human Resources

I. Consider and approve proposed amendments and to the CCSCT Strategic
Plan – Strategic Handout

J. Consider and Approve CCSCT Client Satisfaction Surveys

K. Consider and approve the CCSCT HOME Monitoring Report

L. Consider and approve Resolution for application of the TDHCA Home Reservation System Agreement- Handout

M. Consider and approve CCSCT 2017 CSBG Amended CAP