Texas state agency meeting notices

Agency Name: Texas Woman's University
Date of Meeting: 04/18/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: FULL BOARD
Status: Active
Street Location: 304 ADMINISTRATION DRIVE, ADMINISTRATION CONFERENCE TOWER (ACT), 16TH FLOOR, BOARD OF REGENTS CONFERENCE ROOM
City Location: DENTON
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002727
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: MR. LANCE VANZANT INTERIM GENERAL COUNSEL (940) 898-3250
Agenda:
AGENDA
TEXAS WOMAN S UNIVERSITY
BOARD OF REGENTS

TELEPHONE CONFERENCE CALL MEETING*

Board of Regents Conference Room
Administration Conference Tower (ACT), 16th Floor
304 Administration Drive, Denton, Texas

Friday, April 18, 2014, at 9:00 a.m.


I. Meeting Called to Order

II. Consider Approval of the Appointment of Carine M. Feyten, Ph.D. as the New Chancellor and President and to Authorize the Chair of the Board of Regents to Sign a Contract with Dr. Feyten and to Take All Necessary Action Related Thereto.

III. Meeting Adjourned


*This special called meeting requiring immediate action is being held by telephone conference call because the convening at one location of a quorum of the governing board is difficult or impossible. The meeting is being held at the location where meetings of the governing board are normally held.

Board reserves the right to go into executive closed session for real estate, litigation, or personnel matters under V.T.C.A., Government Code Sections 551.072, 551.071, and 551.074, respectively, for any item listed on the Agenda.

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Agency Name: Austin Community College
Date of Meeting: 04/18/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Campus Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1020 Grove Boulevard
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002749
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Rhonda Fenner 512-223-7613
Agenda:
Campus Advisory Committee (CAC) Meeting
RIVERSIDE CAMPUS
AGENDA
Friday, April 18, 2014
Building G, Classroom 8100
10:00 a.m. ¡V 12:00 p.m.

10:00 - 10:15 a.m.
1. Welcome
Dr. Mariano Diaz-Miranda,
Riverside CAC Chair
Introduction of Members/Attendees h Refreshments
Agenda Review

Discussion/Possible Action:

10:15 ¡V 10:20 a.m.
2. Approval of October 25, 2013 Meeting Minutes
Dr. Mariano Diaz-Miranda,Riverside CAC Chair

10:20 ¡V 10:40 a.m.
3. Report and Discussion on the Riverside Campus
Mr. Bill Mullane Executive,
Director, Facilities & Construction

10:40 ¡V 11:10 a.m.
4. Report and Discussion on the Potential ACC Bond Election
Mr. William Mullane, Executive Director, Facilities & Construction
Dr. Mary Hensley, Executive
Vice President, College Operations

11:10 ¡V 11:45 p.m.
5. Other Discussion, Questions and Answers
Dr. Mariano Diaz- Miranda, Riverside CAC Chair

11:45 a.m. ¡V 12:00 p.m.
6. Review of Board of Trustees Policy B-7, Board Advisory Committees;CAC By-Laws; Election, Riverside CAC Chair and Vice Chair
Dr. Mariano Diaz-Miranda, Riverside CAC Chair
Dr. Mary Hensley, Executive
Vice President, College Operations

12:00 p.m. 7. Meeting Adjournment

http://www.austincc.edu/cac/


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Agency Name: Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council
Date of Meeting: 04/20/2014
Time of Meeting: 5:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Transportation Policy Committee Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 510 S Pleasantview Drive
City Location: Weslaco
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002693
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Hidalgo County MPO, 510 S Pleasantview Drive, Weslaco, Texas Phone: 956-969-5778 Ext. 315 Fax: 956-969-5821
Agenda:
Hidalgo County Metropolitan Planning Organization
Transportation Policy Committee Meeting
HCMPO Conference Room
510 South Pleasantview Drive
April 17, 2014
5:30 PM

TAB I ROLL CALL

TAB II CITIZENS INPUT

TAB III PRESENTATIONS / ACTION / DISCUSSION ITEM(S)
A. Approval of Minutes of: March 20, 2014 (ACTION ITEM) CHAIRMAN

B. Discussion and Approval of Staff Out of State Travel (ACTION ITEM) MPO STAFF

C. Discussion & Approval of FY2013-2016 TIP Amendment #7 (ACTION ITEM) MPO STAFF

D. Discussion & Adoption of FY2015-2018 TIP Amendment (ACTION ITEM) MPO STAFF

E. Discussion & Approval of FY2010-2035 MTP Amendment #14 (ACTION ITEM) MPO STAFF

F. Discussion of Possible Program Manager for Operational Improvements (DISCUSSION ITEM) MPO STAFF

G. Monthly Letting Update (UPDATE ITEM) TxDOT


TAB IV STAFF REPORT (UPDATE / DISCUSSION / ACTION ITEM) MPO STAFF

A. Calendar: May & June 2014
B. Legislative / RTAP Update
C. HCMPO Budget Report
D. HCMPO Project Update
E. Director s Update

TAB V OFF SYSTEM REPORT (UPDATE) PROJECT ENGINEERS

TAB VI TxDOT CONSTRUCTION REPORT (UPDATE) TxDOT

TAB VII HIDALGO COUNTY COMMUTER RAIL DISTRICT(UPDATE) HCCRD

TAB VIII HIDALGO COUNTY RMA (UPDATE) HCRMA

TAB IX VALLEY METRO (UPDATE) VALLEY METRO

TAB X METRO (UPDATE) METRO

TAB XI OLD OR NEW BUSINESS (UPDATE / DISCUSSION / ACTION ITEM) CHAIRMAN

TAB XII ADJOURNMENT


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Agency Name: Texas Windstorm Insurance Association
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Actuarial/Underwriting Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 5700 South MoPac Expressway
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002623
Submit Date: 04/10/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Amy Berg-Ferguson, 512.899.4900
Agenda:
TWIA Actuarial/Underwriting Committee Teleconference*
5700 South MoPac Expressway
Building A
Austin, TX 78749
April 21, 2014
1 p.m.


Interested parties can listen to the meeting live by going to www.twia.org. Go to News and Upcoming Events and click on the board meeting agenda. It will take you to the link to listen to the meeting. Silverlight installation is required.

Agenda


1. Call to Order Reminder of the Anti-Trust Statement

2. Review and Approval of Minutes from Prior Meetings

3. Review and possible action on information regarding potential issuance of Class 1, 2, and 3 public securities and other financial options on behalf of the Association for consideration and development of recommendations to the TWIA Board of Directors.

4. Review and possible action regarding reinsurance, including catastrophe bonds, for the 2014 hurricane season for consideration and development of recommendations to the TWIA Board of Directors.

5. Adjourn



*A quorum of the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association Board of Directors may attend this committee meeting.



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Agency Name: State Employee Charitable Campaign
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Local Employee Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 113 W. Pecan Blvd.
City Location: McAllen
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014001912
Submit Date: 03/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Thelma Garza, 956-686-6331
Agenda:
a) Eligibility Review SECC Applications
b) Approval and Denials
c) LEC Budget Review and Approval
d) Set 2013 Goal
e) Open Forum


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Agency Name: Texas Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Personnel Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 515 Congress Avenue, Suite 1875
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002604
Submit Date: 04/10/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Bart A. Boles, Executive Director 515 Congress Avenue, Suite 1875 Austin, TX 78757 Tel: 800-982-6362
Agenda:
Consideration and possible action on:
1) Approval of the November 4, 2013 meeting's minutes;
2) Charter of the Committee;
3) Compensation of the Association's Executive Director;
4) Executive Session;
5) Matters discussed in Executive Session;
6) Confirmation of the 2014 calendar and next meeting date

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Agency Name: Texas Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 301 San Jacinto Blvd
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002606
Submit Date: 04/10/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Bart A. Boles, Executive Director 515 Congress Avenue, Suite 1875 Austin, TX 78757 Tel: 800-982-6362
Agenda:
No business will be conducted during this dinner of the Board of Directors that will be held at a restaurant.

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Agency Name: Texas Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 3:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Assessment/Investment Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 515 Congress Avenue, Suite 1875
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002605
Submit Date: 04/10/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Bart A. Boles, Executive Director 515 Congress Avenue, Suite 1875 Austin, TX 78757 Tel: 800-982-6362
Agenda:
Consideration and possible action on:
1) Approval of January 13, 2014 meeting's minutes;
2) September 2013 Class B Assessment Collections;
3) Association's cash flow projections;
4) Class A Assessment in 2014;
5) Class B Assessment/Refund in 2014;
6) Investment policy;
7) Confirmation of the next meeting date.

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Agency Name: University of Houston System
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Hilton University of Houston Hotel, Shamrock Room, Second Floor, 4800 Calhoun
City Location: Houston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002785
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Gerry Mathisen Executive Administrator University of Houston System 4800 Calhoun, 128 ECullen Building Houston, TX 77204-6001 832-842-3446
Agenda:
AGENDA

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON SYSTEM
SPECIAL CALLED
BOARD OF REGENTS MEETING

DATE: Monday, April 21, 2014

TIME: 9:00 a.m.

PLACE: Hilton University of Houston Hotel
Shamrock Room, Second Floor
4800 Calhoun
Houston, Texas 77204


Chair: Jarvis V. Hollingsworth
Vice Chair: Tilman J. Fertitta
Secretary: Welcome W. Wilson, Jr.



I. Board of Regents Meeting

A. Call to Order

B. Resolution in support of the City of Houston s renovation of BOR-B
Cullen Boulevard scheduled for the Spring/Summer of 2014
University of Houston
Action: Approval

C. Approval is requested for appointment of the Chancellor to BOR-C
the Board of Directors of Sage Publications, Inc. University
of Houston System

Action: Approval

II. Executive Session

1. Texas Government Code Section 551.071 Consultation with System Attorneys

2. Texas Government Code Section 551.072 Deliberations Concerning Purchase,
Lease or Value of Real Property

3. Texas Government Code Section 551.073 Deliberations about Negotiated
Contracts for Prospective Gifts or Donations


4. Texas Government Code Section 551.074 Personnel Matters, Including
Appointment, Evaluation or Dismissal of Personnel

III. Report and Action from Executive Session

IV. Adjourn

CERTIFICATION

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

Gerry Mathisen


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Agency Name: Texas Board of Nursing
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Eligibility and Disciplinary Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Suite 3-460
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002800
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Andrea Gonzalez 512-305-6869
Agenda:
TEXAS BOARD OF NURSING
Eligibility and Disciplinary Committee Meeting
AGENDA
April 21, 2014



1. CALL TO ORDER - 9:00 a.m.

2. REVIEW OF THE AGENDA

3. THE TEXAS BOARD OF NURSING WILL MEET TO CONSIDER AND TAKE ACTION ON THE FOLLOWING:

A. CONSIDERATION OF TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF REGISTERED NURSE LICENSE # 827743 & VOCATIONAL NURSE LICENSE # 195187

Issued to: JESSICA ANNE BRILEY

Under the authority of Tex. Occ. Code ann. §301.4551, immediate action is required of the Texas Board of Nursing because the continued practice of Jessica Anne Briley poses a continuing and imminent threat to the public welfare.

On or about March 5, 2014, Respondent became noncompliant with the Agreed Order issued to her by the Texas Board of Nursing on October 4, 2013. Noncompliance is the result of her failure to apply to and be accepted into the Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses (TPAPN). Stipulation Number One (1) of the Agreed Order, dated October 4, 2013, states:

RESPONDENT SHALL, within forty-five (45) days following the date of entry of this final Order, apply to TPAPN and SHALL, within ninety (90) days following the date of entry of this final Order, sign and execute the TPAPN participation agreement and complete the enrollment process, which SHALL include payment of a non-refundable participation fee in the amount of five hundred dollars ($500.00) payable to TPAPN.

On or about March 5, 2014, Respondent was dismissed from TPAPN and referred back to the Board.

Under the authority of Tex. Occ. Code Ann. § 301.4551, the Board is required to take immediate action based upon the above conduct. Respondent s continued practice constitutes a continuing and imminent threat to the public welfare.

B. CONSIDERATION OF TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF VOCATIONAL NURSE LICENSE # 137848

Issued to: PAUL DUTCHOVER GARCIA

Under the authority of Tex. Occ. Code ann. §301.4551, immediate action is required of the Texas Board of Nursing because the continued practice of Paul Dutchover Garcia poses a continuing and imminent threat to the public welfare.

On or about April 1, 2014, Respondent became noncompliant with the Confidential Order issued to him by the Texas Board of Nursing on September 3, 2013. Noncompliance is the result of Respondent's failure to comply with all requirements of the Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses (TPAPN) participation agreement in that he withdrew from the program. Stipulation Number Four (4) of the Confidential Order dated September 3, 2013, reads:

"RESPONDENT SHALL comply with all requirements of the TPAPN participation agreement during its term and SHALL keep all applicable license(s) to practice nursing in the State of Texas current."

On or about April 1, 2014, Respondent was dismissed from TPAPN and referred to the Texas Board of Nursing.

Under the authority of Tex. Occ. Code Ann. § 301.4551, the Board is required to take immediate action based upon the above conduct. Respondent s continued practice constitutes a continuing and imminent threat to the public welfare.

C. CONSIDERATION OF TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF REGISTERED NURSE LICENSE # 841818

Issued to: JANE MARIE HEROLD

Under the authority of Tex. Occ. Code ann. §301.4551, immediate action is required of the Texas Board of Nursing because the continued practice of Jane Marie Herold poses a continuing and imminent threat to the public welfare.

On or about March 11, 2014, Respondent became non-compliant with the Agreed Order issued to her by the Texas Board of Nursing on December 30, 2013. Non-Compliance is the result of Respondent's failure to comply with all requirements of the Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses (TPAPN) in that she failed to initiate participation. Stipulation Number One (1) of the Agreed Order dated December 30, 2013, states:

"RESPONDENT SHALL, within forty-five (45) days following the date of entry of this final Order, apply to TPAPN and SHALL, within ninety (90) days following the date of entry of this final Order, sign and execute the TPAPN participation agreement and complete the enrollment process, which SHALL include payment of a non-refundable participation fee in the amount of five hundred dollars ($500.00) payable to TPAPN."

On or about March 11, 2014, Respondent was dismissed from TPAPN and referred back to the Board.

Under the authority of Tex. Occ. Code Ann. § 301.4551, the Board is required to take immediate action based upon the above conduct. Respondent s continued practice constitutes a continuing and imminent threat to the public welfare.






D. CONSIDERATION OF TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF REGISTERED NURSE LICENSE # 777102

Issued to: TANNA NICOLE VIGUE-DRY

Under the authority of Tex. Occ. Code ann. §301.4551, immediate action is required of the Texas Board of Nursing because the continued practice of Tanna Nicole Vigue-Dry poses a continuing and imminent threat to the public welfare.

On or about March 12, 2014, Respondent became noncompliant with the Agreed Order issued to her by the Texas Board of Nursing on November 14, 2013. Noncompliance is the result of her failure to apply to and be accepted into the Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses (TPAPN). Stipulation Number One (1) of the Agreed Order, dated November 14, 2013, states:

RESPONDENT SHALL, within forty-five (45) days following the date of entry of this final Order, apply to TPAPN and SHALL, within ninety (90) days following the date of entry of this final Order, sign and execute the TPAPN participation agreement and complete the enrollment process, which SHALL include payment of a non-refundable participation fee in the amount of five hundred dollars ($500.00) payable to TPAPN.

On or about March 12, 2014, Respondent was dismissed from TPAPN and referred back to the Board.

Under the authority of Tex. Occ. Code Ann. § 301.4551, the Board is required to take immediate action based upon the above conduct. Respondent s continued practice constitutes a continuing and imminent threat to the public welfare.

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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region III
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1905 Leary Lane
City Location: Victoria
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002704
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kelly Hauboldt, 361/573-0731, kellyh@esc3.net
Agenda:
A G E N D A

CALL TO ORDER

A. FIRST ORDER OF BUSINESS

1. Announcement by the President as to the Presence of a Quorum, that the Meeting Has Been Duly Called, and that Notice of the Meeting Has Been Posted in the Time and Manner Required.
2. Roll Call
3. Recognition of Visitors
4. Approval of Minutes
February 17, 2014

B. INFORMATION/DISCUSSION ITEMS

1. ECI Program Update
2. Investment Report as of March 31,2014
3. Update on Employment/Resignations
of Professional Personnel
4. Update on Proposed TEA Executive Director Evaluation Instrument
5. Salary Study

C. CONSENT ACTION ITEMS:

1. Consider/Approve Annual Membership in the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Cooperative Purchasing Program (CPA Co-op)
2. Consider/Approve Interlocal Agreements and Memoranda of Understanding/Participation with other Regional Education Service Centers and reseller Agreement
TEKSbank 2014-2015 MOU
TEA Focus School Support Program
ESC Collaborative Grant with ESC20
DMAC Solutions Reseller Agreement for 2014-2015
3. Consider/Accept Grants for:
Texas Regional Math Collaborative ($160,000)
Texas Regional Science Collaborative ($115,000)
4. Consider/Approve Budget Amendments






D. ACTION ITEMS:

1. Consider/Accept Mary Hickok s Resignation from Board of Directors
2. Consider/Appoint Board Member for Place 7 Representing Goliad and Karnes Counties to fill Unexpired Term
3. Consider/Declare Unopposed Candidates Elected to Office
Ms. Judy Waligura, Place 2 representing Wharton County
4. Consider/Approve a Vendor Fee based Purchasing Program
5. Consider/Approve Contracted Services/Shared Services Arrangements for School Districts for 2014-2015
6. Consider/Approve ESC Works Subscriber Agreement with Region IV ESC

E. CLOSED SESSION

7. Discuss Region III Director s Evaluation Document

F. RESUME OPEN SESSION

G. ADJOURNMENT

If, during the course of the meeting, discussion of any item on the agenda should be held in a closed meeting, the Board will convene in such closed meeting in accordance with the Open Meetings Act, Government Code, Chapter 551, Subchapters D and E. 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.

This notice was posted and filed in compliance with the Open Meetings Law



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Agency Name: Austin-Travis County MHMR Center
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Finance Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1430 Collier St.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002757
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Libby Worsham; 512-447-4141; 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, April 21, 2014
TIME: 12:00 Noon
PLACE: 1430 Collier St. Board Room
Austin, Texas 78704

AGENDA


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

II. Approval of Minutes for March 24, 2014

III. Recommendation for Acceptance of Financial Statements and Amendments for the Period Ending March 31, 2014 (Subject to Audit) (Harrison, Thompson)

IV. Recommendation for Acceptance of Cash & Investment Report March, 2014 (Schott)

V. Progress Report on Audit Findings Resolution (Harrison/Schott)

VI. Information on DSHS 10% Withholding for FY 2014 Allocation (Evans/Harrison) Verbal Report

VII. Informational Update on Transformation 1115 Waiver 4 Projects(Widmer, Simmons)
On-line Presentation

VIII. New Milestones Foundation Update (Scarborough)

IX. Quarterly Update on Historically Underutilized Businesses (Laky)

X. Announcements

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

XII. Citizens Comments

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Austin Travis County Integral Care is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communication will be provided upon request. Please call 440-4002 for information.


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Agency Name: San Jacinto River Authority
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: San Jacinto River Authority GRP Review Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1577 Dam Site Road
City Location: Conroe
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002878
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Cynthia Bowman - 936-588-1662
Agenda:
AGENDA
GRP REVIEW COMMITTEE
REGULAR MEETING
MONDAY, APRIL 21, 2014 11:30 A.M.
SAN JACINTO RIVER AUTHORITY G&A BUILDING - BOARD ROOM
1577 DAM SITE ROAD, CONROE, TEXAS 77304
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1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PUBLIC COMMENTS (maximum of 3 minutes per speaker)

3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Regular Meeting of March 24, 2014

4. GRP ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION BY THE SJRA BOARD ON APRIL 24, 2014:

a. Consider authorizing General Manager to approve additional expenditures for legal representation, including professional appraisal services, for land/easement acquisition for the GRP Program


b. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Work Order No. 10 for Final Design Services by Design Consultant for Preparation of Procurement Package for Transmission System Segment W3D for the GRP Program


c. Discuss new Participant(s) in the GRP Program and, in connection therewith, authorize the General Manager, or his designee, to execute letter(s) of assurance to Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District, as requested, and approve the GRP Contract(s) as presented and authorize the execution of same by the General Manager


d. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Change Order No. 1 to Construction Contract for Surface Water Transmission Line Segment T2 for the GRP Program


e. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Change Order No. 2 to Construction Contract for Surface Water Transmission Line Segment T3 for the GRP Program


f. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Change Order No. 1 to Construction Contract for Surface Water Receiving Facilities North for the GRP Program


g. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Change Order No. 1 to Construction Contract for Surface Water Receiving Facilities South for the GRP Program


h. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Construction Contract for 16 inch Well Collection Line and 12-inch Loop Water Line in College Park for The Woodlands

5. PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION REGARDING THE SJRA GRP DIVISION RATES AND FINANCIAL PLANNING MODEL (GRP TEN-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN)

6. PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION REGARDING THE SJRA RATE ORDER

7. DISCUSSION REGARDING RESOLUTION ADOPTING RESERVE POLICIES

8. UPDATE REGARDING GRP DIVISION, INCLUDING DISCUSSION REGARDING GRP CONTRACT WITH CONSUMERS WATER

9. DISCUSSION REGARDING FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS

10. FUTURE MEETING SCHEDULE
May 19, 2014
June 23, 2014
July 21, 2014

11. ADJOURN

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) 588-1662 at least three business days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Upper Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 5:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Upper Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
Status: Active
Street Location: 1250 E. Highway 199, Suite 102
City Location: Springtown
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002816
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ann Devenney, Office Manager 817-523-5200
Agenda:
REGULAR BOARD MEETING

The Board may discuss, consider, and take appropriate action, including expenditure of funds as necessary or appropriate, on any item listed on this agenda:

1. Welcome guests and members of the public.

2. Roll call, establish a quorum, declare the board meeting open to the public.

3. Pledge of Allegiance.

4. Pledge to Texas: Honor the Texas flag; I pledge allegiance to thee, Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible.

5. Public comment.

6. Consent Agenda: Each of these items is recommended by the Staff and approval thereof will be strictly on the basis of the Staff recommendations. Approval of the Consent Agenda authorizes the General Manager or his designee to implement each item in accordance with the Staff recommendations. The consent agenda will be approved as a block. Any Board member that has questions regarding any item on the consent agenda may have the item pulled and considered as a regular item on the agenda. Any items so pulled for separate discussion will be considered as the first items following approval of the consent agenda.

A. Approval of minutes from Board meeting on March 17, 2014.

B. Approval of bank statement ending March 31, 2014, and current financial report of the District.

C. Payment of bills/invoices received through April 21, 2014.

D. Reimburse General Manager, Office Manager and/or Field Technician for invoices/bills paid on behalf of the District through April 21, 2014.

7. Any items from consent agenda that were pulled for further discussion.

8. Consideration of bids from Immotion Studios on website and brochures.

9. Designation of Investment Officer and adoption of Resolution #14-002 Designating an Investment Officer and Investment Committee for the District.

10. Discuss, consider and make recommendations regarding Well Monitoring Phase II options.

11. Report on participation in a water quality study with Inform Environmental.

12. Authorize General Manager to sign letter of agreement with Boucher, Morgan and Young, P.C.

13. General Manager s update on Administrative and Operational issues.

14. Enter into Executive Session under Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 5512, Government Code, Vernon s Texas Code, deliberation regarding real property (§551.072).

15. Review line item expenditures and adopt budget amendment(s) as necessary.

16. Determine time and place for next meeting.

17. New business to be placed on the next meeting agenda.

18. Adjourn board meeting.

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 and hearings are available to all persons regardless of disability. If you require special assistance to attend the meetings or hearings, please call or (817) 523-5200 at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting to coordinate any special physical access arrangements.

At any time during the meeting or hearing and in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernon s Texas Codes, Annotated, the Upper Trinity 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.

--Please visit the website-- www.uppertrinitygcd.com

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Agency Name: Prairielands Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors - Regular Board Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 205 South Caddo Street
City Location: Cleburne
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002823
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: District staff, 817-556-2299
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING
AND
WORK SESSION
OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
of the
PRAIRIELANDS GROUNDWATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
at the
District Office located at
205 South Caddo Street, Cleburne, Texas 76033
Monday, April 21, 2014

Board Work Session

The Board Work Session will begin at 8:30 a.m.

Work Sessions are primarily for the benefit of the Board, although they are open to the public. During work sessions of the Board, no public comment will be heard, unless specifically requested by a Director and recognized by the President. Public comment may be made at the time the item is set for discussion at a regular Board Meeting.

The following items will be discussed, considered, and potentially acted upon by the Board of Directors:

1. Call meeting to order and establish a quorum.

2. Discuss and consider any items set forth in the Regular Board Meeting agenda listed below.

3. Adjourn Work Session.

Regular Board Meeting

The Regular Board Meeting will begin at 9:30 a.m. or upon adjournment of the Board Work Session.

The Board of Directors may discuss, consider, and take all necessary action, including possible expenditure of funds, regarding each of the agenda items below:

1. Call to order, declare meeting open to the public, and take roll.

2. Public Comment (verbal comments limited to 3 minutes each).

3. Administrative and Financials
A. Consent Agenda (Note: These items may be considered and approved by one motion of the Board. Directors may request to have any consent item removed from the consent agenda for consideration and possible action as a separate agenda item):

1. Approve minutes of the March 17, 2014, board work session and meeting and March 31, 2014 special called board meeting.
2. Approve current budget report.
3. Approve reimbursement of director expenses.
4. Approve employee reimbursements.
5. Approve monthly invoices and payment of bills.

B. Approve any item removed from Consent Agenda.

4. Committee Reports to the Board of Directors (the Board may discuss and take action on any item listed under a committee report):

A. Rules and Bylaws Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.
2. Update on informing well owners regarding their duties under the District s Temporary Rules.

B. Budget and Finance Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.
2. Update on District s current banking activities and accounts.

C. Policy and Personnel Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.
2. Discuss personnel matters related to District General Manager and Field Technician positions including: resignation, hiring of new staff, and the hiring of temporary staff on a contractual basis or as otherwise necessary on an interim basis.

D. Building and Facilities Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.

E. Conservation and Public Awareness Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.
2. Update on conservation education trailer.

F. Groundwater Monitoring and Database Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.

G. DFC Planning and Development Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.
2. Update on GMA 8.

5. Presentation of 2013 Annual Report for Board s consideration related to District s performance in achieving management goals and objectives as set forth in District adopted Management Plan.

6. Update on desired future condition development.

7. Update on water quality analysis project by Inform Environmental.

8. Update on status of the Northern Trinity/Woodbine Aquifers Groundwater Availability Modeling Project.

9. General Manager / District Staff Report.
A. Update on GMA 8 meeting and activities.
B. Update on achieving goals and objectives set forth in District Management Plan.

10. Update on any compliance and enforcement activities for violations of District Rules, including ordering any show cause hearings under District Rule 9.6 (City of Mertens).

11. Discussion of any other organizational matters of the District, including strategic near-term and long-term planning regarding District operations and management of groundwater resources, including desired future condition development for aquifers.

12. General Counsel s Report The District s legal counsel will brief the Board on pertinent legal issues and developments impacting the District since the last regular Board meeting, and legal counsel s activities on behalf of the District, including without limitation waste injection well monitoring activities, District rules enforcement activities, rules and management plan implementation issues, groundwater-related legislative activities, joint planning and DFC development activities, developments in groundwater case law and submission of legal briefs, contractual issues related to the District, open government, policy, personnel, and financial issues of the District, and other legal activities on behalf of the District.

13. Open forum / discussion of new business for future meeting agendas.

14. Adjourn public meeting.

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 (817)556-2299 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 Prairielands 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 gifts (§551.073); personnel matters (§551.074); and deliberation regarding security devices (§551.076). Any subject discussed in executive session may be subject to action during an open meeting.



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Agency Name: Prairielands Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors - Work Session
Status: Active
Street Location: 205 South Caddo Street
City Location: Cleburne
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002818
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: District staff, 817-556-2299
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING
AND
WORK SESSION
OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
of the
PRAIRIELANDS GROUNDWATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
at the
District Office located at
205 South Caddo Street, Cleburne, Texas 76033
Monday, April 21, 2014

Board Work Session

The Board Work Session will begin at 8:30 a.m.

Work Sessions are primarily for the benefit of the Board, although they are open to the public. During work sessions of the Board, no public comment will be heard, unless specifically requested by a Director and recognized by the President. Public comment may be made at the time the item is set for discussion at a regular Board Meeting.

The following items will be discussed, considered, and potentially acted upon by the Board of Directors:

1. Call meeting to order and establish a quorum.

2. Discuss and consider any items set forth in the Regular Board Meeting agenda listed below.

3. Adjourn Work Session.

Regular Board Meeting

The Regular Board Meeting will begin at 9:30 a.m. or upon adjournment of the Board Work Session.

The Board of Directors may discuss, consider, and take all necessary action, including possible expenditure of funds, regarding each of the agenda items below:

1. Call to order, declare meeting open to the public, and take roll.

2. Public Comment (verbal comments limited to 3 minutes each).

3. Administrative and Financials
A. Consent Agenda (Note: These items may be considered and approved by one motion of the Board. Directors may request to have any consent item removed from the consent agenda for consideration and possible action as a separate agenda item):

1. Approve minutes of the March 17, 2014, board work session and meeting and March 31, 2014 special called board meeting.
2. Approve current budget report.
3. Approve reimbursement of director expenses.
4. Approve employee reimbursements.
5. Approve monthly invoices and payment of bills.

B. Approve any item removed from Consent Agenda.

4. Committee Reports to the Board of Directors (the Board may discuss and take action on any item listed under a committee report):

A. Rules and Bylaws Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.
2. Update on informing well owners regarding their duties under the District s Temporary Rules.

B. Budget and Finance Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.
2. Update on District s current banking activities and accounts.

C. Policy and Personnel Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.
2. Discuss personnel matters related to District General Manager and Field Technician positions including: resignation, hiring of new staff, and the hiring of temporary staff on a contractual basis or as otherwise necessary on an interim basis.

D. Building and Facilities Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.

E. Conservation and Public Awareness Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.
2. Update on conservation education trailer.

F. Groundwater Monitoring and Database Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.

G. DFC Planning and Development Committee:
1. Brief the Board on the Committee's activities since the last regular Board meeting.
2. Update on GMA 8.

5. Presentation of 2013 Annual Report for Board s consideration related to District s performance in achieving management goals and objectives as set forth in District adopted Management Plan.

6. Update on desired future condition development.

7. Update on water quality analysis project by Inform Environmental.

8. Update on status of the Northern Trinity/Woodbine Aquifers Groundwater Availability Modeling Project.

9. General Manager / District Staff Report.
A. Update on GMA 8 meeting and activities.
B. Update on achieving goals and objectives set forth in District Management Plan.

10. Update on any compliance and enforcement activities for violations of District Rules, including ordering any show cause hearings under District Rule 9.6 (City of Mertens).

11. Discussion of any other organizational matters of the District, including strategic near-term and long-term planning regarding District operations and management of groundwater resources, including desired future condition development for aquifers.

12. General Counsel s Report The District s legal counsel will brief the Board on pertinent legal issues and developments impacting the District since the last regular Board meeting, and legal counsel s activities on behalf of the District, including without limitation waste injection well monitoring activities, District rules enforcement activities, rules and management plan implementation issues, groundwater-related legislative activities, joint planning and DFC development activities, developments in groundwater case law and submission of legal briefs, contractual issues related to the District, open government, policy, personnel, and financial issues of the District, and other legal activities on behalf of the District.

13. Open forum / discussion of new business for future meeting agendas.

14. Adjourn public meeting.

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 (817)556-2299 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 Prairielands 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 gifts (§551.073); personnel matters (§551.074); and deliberation regarding security devices (§551.076). Any subject discussed in executive session may be subject to action during an open meeting.



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Agency Name: Austin Community College
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 5930 Middle Fiskville Road, Room 201
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002798
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Rhonda Fenner 512-223-7613
Agenda:
AUSTIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
Austin, Texas

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Mr. Jeffrey K. Richard, Chair
Dr. Victor H. P. Villarreal, Vice Chair
Ms. Guadalupe Q. Sosa, Secretary
Mr. John-Michael V. Cortez
Dr. Betty Hwang
Mr. Allen H. Kaplan
Mr. Tim Mahoney
Ms. Nan McRaven
Dr. Barbara P. Mink
______________________________________________________________________________________
Monday, April 21, 2014, 6:00 p.m. Austin Community College
Highland Business Center
2nd Floor, Board Room
5930 Middle Fiskville Road
Austin, Texas 78752

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Regular Meeting - Agenda

I. Call to Order
II. Recognitions and Achievements
III. Citizen's Communication (3 minutes each)
IV. Report from Associations (5 minutes each)
Adjunct Faculty Association
Dr. Richard Cutler
Classified Employees Association
Ms. Gloria Dove-Owens
Full-Time Faculty Senate
Dr. Terry Thomas
Professional-Technical Employees Association
Mr. Daniel Ohanlon
Student Government Association
Mr. Javier Villegas

V. Report from the Board Chairperson
2013 Board Topics Retrospective
Mr. Jeffrey Richard
VI. Report from the Board Vice Chair
2014 Board Topics Prospective
Dr. Vic Villarreal
VII. Report from the Board Secretary
Items for Upcoming Policy Review
Ms. Guadalupe Sosa
VIII. President s Administrative Report
(Estimated Time: 5 minutes)
Update on SGA Issues
Dr. Richard Rhodes
IX. Reports to the Board [up to 5 minutes]
Financial Report February 2014
Mr. Neil Vickers
Student Success Initiative Report
Dr. Stephanie Hawley
Trustee Reports
o National Legislative Summit
Mr. Jeffrey Richard, Dr. Vic Villarreal
Ms. Nan McRaven
o Board of Trustees Institute
Mr. Jeffrey Richard, Dr. Vic Villarreal

X. Consent Item(s)
(Estimated Time: 5 minutes)
9145
Minutes of the February 3, 2014 Regular Meeting; February 17, 2014 Work Session; and March 3, 2014 Regular Meeting of the Austin Community College District Board of Trustees

XI Discussion/Possible Action:
9146
Highland Development
a. Update on Master Planning
b. Possible Approval of Subdivision Submission to City of Austin , or Possible Grant of Authority to the President to Approve a Similar or Better Submission than that Presented to the Board
c. Possible Approval of Street Names within Highland Development
[Estimated Time 60 minutes]
Mr. Ben Ferrell, Dr. Mary Hensley
Mr. Cobby Caputo

9147
FY2015 Budget Study
[Estimated Time - 45 minutes]
Mr. Neil Vickers

9148 Discussion of November 2014 Trustee Election, Possible Bond Election and Possible Tax Cap Amendment Election
[Estimated Time 60 minutes]
Dr. Mary Hensley
Mr. Neil Vickers

XII. Executive Session
Consultation with legal counsel regarding pending or contemplated litigation, or a settlement offer, or on any non-litigation matter on which the Board seeks or needs to receive legal advice, pursuant to Government Code §551.071; the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property pursuant to Government Code §551.072; relating to deliberations regarding a negotiated contract for a prospective gift or donation pursuant to Government Code §551.073; and/or relating to personnel matters pursuant to Government Code §551.074.

The Board may go into executive session to deliberate regarding real property, prospective gifts, personnel matters, and security devices as specifically listed on this agenda. The Board of Trustees may also announce it will go into Executive Session, if necessary, to receive advice from Legal Counsel regarding any item on this agenda.
XIII. Reconvene
XIV. Adjournment

The agenda is also available on the ACC web site: www.austincc.edu




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Agency Name: San Antonio Water System
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Policy and Planning Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 2800 US Hwy 281 North
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002881
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: For assistance, please contact the Board Administrator at 210-233-3690
Agenda:
AGENDA
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
POLICY AND PLANNING MEETING
SAWS Headquarters, 2800 U.S. Hwy 281 North, San Antonio, TX 78212
Tower II, Customer Center Building, Multi-Purpose Room (Room #145)
April 21, 2014, 12:30 p.m.


1. MEETING CALLED TO ORDER.

2. ANNOUNCEMENT: The San Antonio Water System Board of Trustees may during its Policy and Planning Meeting hold an Executive Session pursuant to the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code Chapter 551, which permits closed meetings for the purposes stated therein in connection with any of the items being considered during the meeting.

3. Briefing and deliberation regarding SAWS Role in Land Development (Kelley Neumann Sam Mills)

4. Briefing and deliberation regarding Prioritizing Rate Objectives (Doug Evanson Mary Bailey)

5. Briefing and deliberation regarding Non-Revenue Water (Charles Ahrens Karen Guz)

6. DISCUSSION OF POTENTIAL ITEMS FOR FUTURE POLICY & PLANNING MEETINGS

7. EXECUTIVE SESSION. The Regular Session of the April 21, 2014 San Antonio Water System Board of Trustees Policy and Planning Meeting is hereby recessed to hold an Executive Session and discuss the matters listed below pursuant to Sections 551.071, 551.072, 551.073, and 551.074 of the Texas Open Meetings Act.

A. Deliberation regarding the annual evaluation, performance objectives and duties of the President/Chief Executive Officer; and consultation with attorneys concerning legal issues regarding the annual evaluation, performance objectives and duties of the President/Chief Executive Officer. (Nancy Belinsky)

B. Consultation with attorneys for the San Antonio Water System and its Board of Trustees, and consideration of matters in which the duty of the attorney to the San Antonio Water System and its Board of Trustees under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with the provisions of the Texas Open Meetings Act. (Nancy Belinsky)


8. REGULAR SESSION. The Regular Session of the San Antonio Water System Board of Trustees Policy and Planning Meeting of April 21, 2014 is hereby reconvened.

9. ADJOURNMENT. The San Antonio Water System Board of Trustees Policy and Planning Meeting of April 21, 2014 is hereby adjourned.


SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM
HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT
The San Antonio Water System Buildings and meeting rooms are accessible to individuals with disabilities. Accessible visitor parking spaces as well as the accessible entrance and ramp are located at the north side main entrance of the SAWS Customer Center Building, Tower II, 2800 U.S. Highway 281 North. Individuals with disabilities in need of auxiliary aids and services, including Deaf interpreters, must request such aids and services forty-eight (48) hours prior to the meeting. For assistance, contact the Board Administrator at 210-233-3690 or 711 (Texas Relay Service for the Deaf).


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Agency Name: Greater Texoma Utility Authority
Date of Meeting: 04/21/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 5100 Airport Drive
City Location: Denison
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002781
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: 903-786-4433
Agenda:
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Greater Texoma Utility Authority will be held on the 21st day of April, 2014, at 12:30 p.m. in the Administrative Offices of the Greater Texoma Utility Authority, 5100 Airport Drive, Denison TX, 75020, at which time the following items may be discussed, considered and acted upon, including the expenditure of funds:

Agenda:

I. Call to Order

II. Consent Agenda
* Items marked with an asterisk (*) are considered routine by the Board of Directors and will be enacted in one motion without discussion unless a Board Member or a Citizen requests a specific item to be discussed and voted on separately.

III. * Consider and act upon approval of Minutes of March 17, 2014 Meeting

IV. * Consider and act upon approval of accrued liabilities for March 2014

V. Citizens to be Heard

VI. Consider all matters incident and related to the issuance and sale of Greater Texoma Utility Authority Contract Revenue Bonds, Series 2014 (City of Krum Project) , including the adoption of a resolution authorizing the issuance of such bonds

VII. Consider and act upon awarding the contract for the City of Krum 2013 Wastewater Treatment Plant project

VIII. Consider and act upon a resolution accepting the contract with Jerry Paul Higgins, Ltd. for the Sherman Post Oak Wastewater Treatment Plant East Bar Screen Replacement project as complete

IX. Consider and act upon awarding the contract for the Northwest Grayson County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 for the Water Supply Well No. 3 project

X. Consider and act upon a resolution adopting a Water Conservation and Water Resource and Emergency Management Plan to promote the responsible use of water and to provide for penalties and/or the disconnection of water service for noncompliance with the provisions of the Water Conservation and Water Resource and Emergency Management Plan

XI. Consider and act upon a resolution relating to the Greater Texoma Utility Authority retirement trust

XII. Consider and act upon a resolution relating to fiscal management and investment activities contained in Board Policy No. 20.07 designating investment officers

XIII. Receive Quarterly Investment Report

XIV. Receive General Manager s Report: The General Manager will update the Board on operational and other activities of the Authority.

XV. Adjourn
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1The Board may vote and/or act upon each of the items listed in this agenda.
2At any time during the meeting or work session and in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernon s Texas Codes, Annotated, the Greater Texoma Utility Authority 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 gifts (§551.073); personnel matters (§551.074); and deliberation regarding security devices (§551.076). Any subject discussed in executive session may be subject to action during an open meeting.
3PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES WHO PLAN TO ATTEND THIS MEETING, AND WHO MAY NEED ASSISTANCE, ARE REQUESTED TO CONTACT CARMEN CATTERSON AT (903) 786-4433 TWO (2) WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO THE MEETING, SO THAT APPROPRIATE ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE.


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Agency Name: State Employee Charitable Campaign
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 7:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Local Employee Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1426 Sam Houston Avenue
City Location: Huntsville
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002626
Submit Date: 04/10/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Iloe King, (936)291-3529
Agenda:
I. Call to Order

II. Review Minutes

III. Review SAAFE House Financial Statements

IV. Review 1st Quarter Distributions

V. Approved Charity Applications for 2014 Campaign

VI. Discuss Policy Creation for LCM/LEC

VII. Schedule Next Meeting


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Agency Name: Railroad Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 North Congress, Room 1-111, First Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002718
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lindil C. Fowler, Jr., General Counsel, Office of General Counsel, Railroad Commission of Texas, P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; (512)463-6715
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING
Part 2 of 3; 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, April 22, 2014, 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.state.tx.us then clicking on WEBCASTS OF RRC COMMISSION CONFERENCES, or by going directly to http://www.texasadmin.com/cgi-bin/txrail.cgi.

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 Division 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.state.tx.us; or in person at 1701 North Congress Avenue, Suite 12-110, Austin, Texas.

OFFICE OF GENERAL COUNSEL

AGREED ENFORCEMENT ORDERS (100 items; numbers 101 - 200)

101. Damage Prevention 024475: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 240 Valleyglen Dr., DeSoto, Dallas County, Texas.

102. Damage Prevention 024536: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 4701 Sycamore St. (Grigsby Ave.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

103. Damage Prevention 024630: Universal Forest Products enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 1800 Mesquite Ct. (Thistle Ct.), Southlake, Tarrant County, Texas.

104. Damage Prevention 025019: Crockett Construction Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.11(b) and 18.4(b), at Highway 19 S., Trinity, Trinity County, Texas.

105. Damage Prevention 025545: All Star Plumbing enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 6160 Tangledahl Ln., Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas.

106. Damage Prevention 025831: AR Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 1020 Bensdale Rd., Pleasanton, Atascosa County, Texas.

107. Damage Prevention 026108: DRD Services, L.L.C. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 11445 Todd St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

108. Damage Prevention 026190: TTG Utilities, L.P. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 2501 South Pearl Street (Loop 121), Belton, Bell County, Texas.

109. Damage Prevention 026207: City of Laredo enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(a), at 3308 Galveston (Ejido), Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

110. Damage Prevention 026327: City of Laredo Utilities Department enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(a), at 3320 Galveston (Smith), Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

111. Damage Prevention 026358: City of Odessa enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 813 Drury Ln. (Crane), Odessa, Ector County, Texas.

112. Damage Prevention 026459: Portland Utilities Construction Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at 819 Highland St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

113. Damage Prevention 026585: Ricardo Hand Diggers enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 20619 Baron Bend Ln., Katy, Harris County, Texas.

114. Damage Prevention 026592: City of Laredo Utilities Department enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(e) and 18.11(b), at 2119 Price Ct., Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

115. Damage Prevention 026621: City of Bryan enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 3509 Broad Oak Cir. (Meadowbrook), Bryan, Brazos County, Texas.

116. Damage Prevention 026759: COA Water Department enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 1207 Palo Duro (Grover), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

117. Damage Prevention 026766: Porter Special Utility District enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 20085 1/2 N. Hillcrest Dr., Porter, Montgomery County, Texas.

118. Damage Prevention 026835: City of Laredo enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 619 Market St. (Cedar Ave.), Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

119. Damage Prevention 027011: City of Laredo enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 2820 Market St., Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

120. Damage Prevention 027089: City of Laredo Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at 2812 Market St., Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

121. Damage Prevention 027090: City of Laredo Utilities Department enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 1500 San Ignacio Ave., Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

122. Damage Prevention 027114: Air Liquid Large Industry U.S., L.P. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(b), at Miller Cut Off Road (Strang Road), La Porte, Harris County, Texas.

123. Damage Prevention 027164: City of Laredo enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 2812 Market St., Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

124. Damage Prevention 027207: City of Laredo Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(a), at 3302 Galveston St., Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

125. Damage Prevention 027289: Gra-Tex Utilities, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 7433 Vanessa Dr., Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

126. Damage Prevention 027423: City of Austin enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 2109 La Casa (Ann Arbor Ave.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

127. Damage Prevention 027436: J & L Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at Berrybrook (Castle Creek), Frisco, Denton County, Texas.

128. Damage Prevention 027505: ARS enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 223 Latham St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

129. Damage Prevention 027561: City of Laredo Utilities Department enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(e), at 904 Reynolds (Tilden), Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

130. Damage Prevention 027596: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Valle Rojas (Valle Palos Verde Dr.), Socorro, El Paso County, Texas.

131. Damage Prevention 027669: All Star Plumbing, Ltd. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(e), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 8811 Corbridge Dr., Richmond, Fort Bend County, Texas.

132. Damage Prevention 027684: Keystone Site Works enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 2625 Greenwood Dr. (Stanley), Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas.

133. Damage Prevention 027702: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 400 SW 8th St. (SW 3rd Ave.), Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto County, Texas.

134. Damage Prevention 027833: JTK Construction, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 12102 5th Street (G Street), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

135. Damage Prevention 027841: C.E. Barker, Ltd. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at Carriage Hills Blvd. (Chantilly Lane), Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas.

136. Damage Prevention 027869: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at University (Wiggens), El Paso, El Paso County, Texas.

137. Damage Prevention 027917: Bandera Utility Contractors enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 3509 Ross Ave. (McCoy St.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

138. Damage Prevention 027918: Winn Plumbing Co. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 3201 Celebration (Hollybrook and Hwy. 259), Longview, Gregg County, Texas.

139. Damage Prevention 027971: San Saba Construction Services Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(e) and 18.11(b), at 2507 Knight (Maple), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

140. Damage Prevention 027979: Texas Gas Service Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(a), at 420 S. Cypress, Pecos, Reeves County, Texas.

141. Damage Prevention 028053: Juan Hernandez Excavators enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 7022 Baristone Lane, Richmond, Fort Bend County, Texas.

142. Damage Prevention 028208: San Saba Construction Services Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.3(a), at 4123 Fairmount St. (2600 Blk. Knight St.), Unknown, Dawson County, Texas.

143. Damage Prevention 028219: Son-Shine Plumbing enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.4(b) and 18.11(b), at 26532 US 59 Rd., El Campo, Wharton County, Texas.

144. Damage Prevention 028266: Yantis Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 30501 Johnson Way (Lariat), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

145. Damage Prevention 028360: Reytec Construction Resources, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 11018 Francoise Blvd. (Wilcrest), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

146. Damage Prevention 028429: Garcia Fence Co. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 735 W. Jefferson (Bouganvilla), Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas.

147. Damage Prevention 028504: New Tex Plumbing enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.3(a), at 12504 Canyon Court (Canyon Park), Willis, Montgomery County, Texas.

148. Damage Prevention 028547: RVP Construction Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 603 W. Wellington St., Carthage, Panola County, Texas.

149. Damage Prevention 028549: South Texas Plumbing enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.4(b), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 3290 Gulf Frwy. S. League City, Galveston County, Texas.

150. Damage Prevention 028580: Barrilleaux Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(g), at 2688 Ranch Road (Hwy. 83), Asherton, Dimmit County, Texas.

151. Damage Prevention 028677: Eastex Crude enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at Tood Road Business 80, Midland, Midland County, Texas.

152. Damage Prevention 028781: Camino Construction, L.P. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 4908 Manett St. (North Fitzhugh), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

153. Damage Prevention 028785: All American Excavation enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 25002 Prairie Mountain Rd. (Saddle Trail), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

154. Damage Prevention 028795: Cesar Villarreal Plumbing enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 315 Hazel St. (N. Standard Avenue), San Juan, Hidalgo County, Texas.

155. Damage Prevention 028797: David Weekley Homes enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 4313 Mattie St. (Simond Ave.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

156. Damage Prevention 028842: Melara Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 726 Beckets Crossing Lane, Spring, Harris County, Texas.

157. Damage Prevention 028845: City of Sherman enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 901 W. Lamberth Road (Dover), Sherman, Grayson County, Texas.

158. Damage Prevention 028852: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 8600 Blk. Ballinger Dr., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

159. Damage Prevention 028869: City of Detroit enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at Corner of S. Main & E. Moore, Detroit, Red River County, Texas.

160. Damage Prevention 028925: Waco Paving enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at N. 20th St. (Jefferson Ave.), Waco, McLennan County, Texas.

161. Damage Prevention 028966: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2900 Chicago (Singleton), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

162. Damage Prevention 028975: Siegel's Construction Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.4(b) and 18.11(b), at 6116 89th St. (88th St.), Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas.

163. Damage Prevention 028989: Project Telcon, L.L.C. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 3727 Apple Hollow Ln., Humble, Harris County, Texas.

164. Damage Prevention 028996: DL Meacham, L.P. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.4(b), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 1100 Blk. Graystone Hills Dr., Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas.

165. Damage Prevention 029006: City of Beaumont Water Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at 2425 Bolivar (Houston), Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas.

166. Damage Prevention 029009: Sheno Corp. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 4810 Big Bend (Pawnee Pathway), Wichita Falls, Wichita County, Texas.

167. Damage Prevention 029013: Magdaleno Salvador Diaz enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 2500 Blk. Nightowl Trl., Spring, Harris County, Texas.

168. Damage Prevention 029021: Ace Fence enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 7016 Nueces Dr. (Frio), Irving, Dallas County, Texas.

169. Damage Prevention 029038: Sylva Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(e), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 603 Larkspur St., Victoria, Victoria County, Texas.

170. Damage Prevention 029056: Pioneer Natural Res. USA, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.8(a) and 18.11(a), at CR 2600 (FM 1212), Stanton, Martin County, Texas.

171. Damage Prevention 029063: Tessco Energy Services, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at CR 2600 (FM 1212), Stanton, Martin County, Texas.

172. Damage Prevention 029086: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1999 Denali Ln. (Everest & Denali), Keller, Tarrant County, Texas.

173. Damage Prevention 029088: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4925 Holiday Ln. (Karen), Unknown, Tarrant County, Texas.

174. Damage Prevention 029094: Texas Best Fence enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 8001 Seville Dr. (Oak Knoll Dr.), North Richland Hills, Tarrant County, Texas.

175. Damage Prevention 029101: Eagleton Engineering enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 1201 Fitzgerald Rd., Mont Belvieu, Chambers County, Texas.

176. Damage Prevention 029124: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 13260 Josey Ln., Farmers Branch, Dallas County, Texas.

177. Damage Prevention 029129: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 6311 Bexar St. (Rochester), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

178. Damage Prevention 029133: XTO Energy Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Hwy. 181 (Hwy. 176), Andrews, Andrews County, Texas.

179. Damage Prevention 029136: Kieschnick General Contractors enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at FM 609, La Grange, Fayette County, Texas.

180. Damage Prevention 029137: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2518 Early Bird (Fannin Farm), Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas.

181. Damage Prevention 029142: Jones Brothers Dirt & Paving enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at Wager & Shea Ln., Midland, Midland County, Texas.

182. Damage Prevention 029153: Angel Brothers Enterprises, Ltd. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 4300 Barkaloo, Baytown, Harris County, Texas.

183. Damage Prevention 029162: Harts Plumbing enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 1101 FM 517 Rd. W., Dickinson, Galveston County, Texas.

184. Damage Prevention 029163: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 6537 FM 3097 (Andrews Dr.), Heath, Rockwall County, Texas.

185. Damage Prevention 029171: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 15650 Addison Cir., Addison, Dallas County, Texas.

186. Damage Prevention 029173: Jowell Injection Company, L.L.C. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 900 Casa Grandes (MacGregor), Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas.

187. Damage Prevention 029174: TCH enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.4(b) and 18.11(b), at N. Main St. (27th St.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

188. Damage Prevention 029177: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2000 N. Broadway, Carrollton, Dallas County, Texas.

189. Damage Prevention 029181: Woody Contractors, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 304 E. Miller St. (Scott St.), Burleson, Johnson County, Texas.

190. Damage Prevention 029185: DCP Midstream, LP enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at CR 200 (CR 1090), Spraberry, Midland County, Texas.

191. Damage Prevention 029199: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4600 Josey Ln., Carrollton, Denton County, Texas.

192. Damage Prevention 029203: Ramiro Ramirez Construction, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 208 Grant St., Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

193. Damage Prevention 029206: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 920 Foch (Morton), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

194. Damage Prevention 029208: All Texas Foundation & Home Improvement enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 2695 Rowan Burton Rd., Alvin, Brazoria County, Texas.

195. Damage Prevention 029211: SJ Louis Construction of Texas enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 109 NE 11th St., Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

196. Damage Prevention 029213: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4416 Christine St. (Isbell Rd.), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

197. Damage Prevention 029215: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 610 Hillside Cir., Little Elm, Denton County, Texas.

198. Damage Prevention 029221: Bridgepoint Communications enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 522 Burning Oak (Deerwood), Frisco, Denton County, Texas.

199. Damage Prevention 029225: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1955 Kempwood Loop, Round Rock, Williamson County, Texas.

200. Damage Prevention 029230: SDT Telecom Services enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at Hwy. 359 W., Laredo, Webb County, Texas.

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Agency Name: Railroad Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 North Congress, Room 1-111, First Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002717
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lindil C. Fowler, Jr., General Counsel, Office of General Counsel, Railroad Commission of Texas, P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; (512)463-6715
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING
Part 1 of 3; 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, April 22, 2014, 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.state.tx.us then clicking on WEBCASTS OF RRC COMMISSION CONFERENCES, or by going directly to http://www.texasadmin.com/cgi-bin/txrail.cgi.

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 Division 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.state.tx.us; or in person at 1701 North Congress Avenue, Suite 12-110, Austin, Texas.

HEARINGS DIVISION

SURFACE MINING AND RECLAMATION

1. Docket No. C13-0019-SC-29-F: Cabot Norit Americas Inc. (Norit), Permit No. 29C, Darco Mine, application for release of reclamation obligations, Phases II and III, 65.9 acres, and Phase III, 371.1 acres, release of surety bond, and termination of permit; Harrison County, Texas.

OIL AND GAS

2. O&G 01-0286635: Application of Pioneer Natural Resources USA, Inc. to construct a sour gas pipeline, The Washburn 01-05, 06, 07H Pipeline, Eagle Ford Shale Area, La Salle County, Texas.

3. O&G 08-0282332: Application of Trey Resources, Inc., pursuant to 16 TAC §3.46 for a permit to inject fluid into a reservoir productive of oil or gas, Savage Lease, Well Nos. 1 and 9, Shafter Lake (San Andres) Field, Andrews County, Texas; Motion for Rehearing.

4. O&G 09-0284751: Application of Vantage Fort Worth Energy, L.L.C. pursuant to the Mineral Interest Pooling Act for the formation of a pooled unit for the Rosedale North 7H MIPA Unit, Well No. 7H, Newark, East (Barnett Shale) Field, Tarrant County, Texas.

5. O&G 09-0284752: Application of Vantage Fort Worth Energy, L.L.C. pursuant to the Mineral Interest Pooling Act for the formation of a pooled unit for the Rosedale North 8H MIPA Unit, Well No. 8H, Newark, East (Barnett Shale) Field, Tarrant County, Texas.

6. O&G 09-0284753: Application of Vantage Fort Worth Energy, L.L.C. pursuant to the Mineral Interest Pooling Act for the formation of a pooled unit for the Rosedale North 9H MIPA Unit, Well No. 9H, Newark, East (Barnett Shale) Field, Tarrant County, Texas.

7. O&G 09-0284754: Application of Vantage Fort Worth Energy, L.L.C. pursuant to the Mineral Interest Pooling Act for the formation of a pooled unit for the Rosedale North 10H MIPA Unit, Well No. 10H, Newark, East (Barnett Shale) Field, Tarrant County, Texas.

8. O&G 8A-0278263: Application of the George R. Brown Partnership, L.P., to consider surface commingling authority pursuant to 16 TAC §§3.26 and 3.27 for the J.W. Morrison Lease, Well Nos. 3, 4 and 5, Lyn-Kay (6200) Field, Kent County, Texas; Motion for Rehearing.

9. O&G 8A-0279792: Commission-called hearing to provide the George R. Brown Partnership, L.P., an opportunity to show cause why they are not in breach of surface commingling authority pursuant to 16 TAC §§3.26 and 3.27 for the J.W. Morrison Lease, Well Nos. 3, 4 and 5, Lyn-Kay (6200) Field, Kent County, Texas; Motion for Rehearing.

10. O&G 20-0286519: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of BHB Operating, Inc. (Operator No. 068580); Motion for Rehearing.

11. O&G 20-0286520: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Big Run Production Company (Operator No. 070370); Motion for Rehearing.

12. O&G 20-0287020: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Bomco USA, Inc. (Operator No. 081566); Motion for Rehearing.

13. O&G 20-0287026: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of K-T Production (Operator No. 448531); Motion for Rehearing.

OIL AND GAS CONSENT AGENDA (18 items; numbers 14 - 31)

14. O&G 7C-0286912: Application of Approach Operating, L.L.C. to amend the field rules for the Holt Ranch (Consolidated) Field, Crockett County, Texas. Order Nunc Pro Tunc.

15. O&G 03-0287230: Application of Samson Exploration, L.L.C., to adopt field rules for the Cluster (Hackberry) Field, Newton County, Texas.

16. O&G 10-0287229: Application of Chaparral Energy, L.L.C., to amend field rules for the Allen-Parker (Marmaton) Field, Ochiltree County, Texas.

17. O&G 8A-0286566: Application of PPC Operating Company, L.L.C. to amend field rules for the Jo-Mill (Spraberry) Field, Borden County, Texas.

18. O&G 08-0287086: Application of ConocoPhillips Company to consolidate the Embar (Ellenburger) Field into the Embar (Permian) Field, and to amend the field rules for the Embar (Permian) Field, Andrews, Ector and Reagan Counties, Texas.

19. O&G 08-0287076: Application of Greystone Oil & Gas, L.L.P. to consolidate the Triple-N (Devonian) Field into the Emma (Devonian) Field and to adopt field rules for the Emma (Devonian) Field, Andrews County, Texas.

20. O&G 10-0286972: Application of Apache Corporation to adopt field rules for the Paint Ridge (Canyon Granite Wash) Field, Oldham County, Texas.

21. O&G 04-0286668: Application of EOG Resources, Inc. to consider an MER allowable for all wells in the La Gloria (Atlee-B-Zone) Field, Brooks County, Texas.

22. O&G 09-0285425: Application of EOG Resources, Inc., to amend the permanent gas well classification procedures for wells in the Newark, East (Barnett Shale) Field, Clay, Cooke, Denton, Jack, Montague, Palo Pinto and Wise Counties, Texas.

23. O&G 01-0285583: Application of Goodrich Petroleum Company for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 for various wells on various leases, Pearsall (Buda Lime) and Briscoe Ranch (Eagleford) Fields, La Salle and Frio Counties, Texas.

24. O&G 01-0287195: Application of Sanchez Oil & Gas Corporation for an exception to 16 TAC §3.32 for the Hausser Lease, Well No. 1H, Briscoe Ranch (Eagleford) Field, Frio County, Texas.

25. O&G 20-0287378: In Re: P-5 Organization Report Blackbird Oil & Gas, L.L.C. (Operator No. 073057).

26. O&G 20-0287380: In Re: P-5 Organization Report Clark Oil Co. (Operator No. 157689).

27. O&G 20-0287017: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Arrowhead Productions, L.P. (Operator No. 033523); Motion for Rehearing.

28. O&G 20-0287029: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Olivaris Oil And Gas, L.L.C. (Operator No. 621487); Motion for Rehearing.

29. O & G 8A-0287155: Occidental Permian LTD. for authority pursuant to 16 TAC §3.50 to approve or certify an EOR project for a 280-acre portion of the Central Ownby Unit (#66222), Ownby (Clear Fork, Upper) (67899 400) Field, Yoakum County, Texas.

30. O & G 8A-0286885: Railroad Commission District 8A, Commission-called review of temporary field rules pursuant to 16 TAC §3.43 for the Cy-Jack (LWCC) (22588 500) Field, Terry County, Texas.

31. O & G 08-0288312: Burnett Oil Co., Inc. for Commission recognition of the McKnight Sand Hills Unit (44089) as an entity for density pursuant to 16 TAC §3.37 and §3.38 in the Sand Hills (McKnight) (80473 310) Field, Crane County, District 08, Texas.

RULE 15 INACTIVE WELL ITEMS (15 items; numbers 32 - 46)

32. O&G 20-0287393: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Six-S Properties, Inc. (Operator No. 785246).

33. O&G 20-0288288: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Bright Hawk Operating Company (Operator No. 093102).

34. O&G 20-0288289: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of ERG Resources, L.L.C. (Operator No. 253365).

35. O&G 20-0288290: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Frisco Mineral Management, L.L.C. (Operator No. 286710).

36. O&G 20-0288291: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Jerry Barnett & Son (Operator No. 432095).

37. O&G 20-0288292: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Karico GP, L.L.C. (Operator No. 451075).

38. O&G 20-0288293: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Kennemer, Darrell (Operator No. 457132).

39. O&G 20-0288294: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of KWS Oil & Gas, L.L.C. (Operator No. 479180).

40. O&G 20-0288295: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Mascot Oil Company (Operator No. 531355).

41. O&G 20-0288296: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of North Shore Energy, L.L.C. (Operator No. 614122).

42. O&G 20-0288297: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of PA Prospect, L.L.C. (Operator No. 631641).

43. O&G 20-0288298: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Perales, Eugene E.-Evelyn T. (Operator No. 653222).

44. O&G 20-0288299: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Steele, Mark E. (Operator No. 816891).

45. O&G 20-0288301: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of Suoco Oil Corporation (Operator No. 830241).

46. O&G 20-0288302: In Re: P-5 Organization Report of G & T Oil (Operator No. 292354).

MASTER DEFAULT ORDERS (8 items; numbers 47 - 54)

47. O&G 04-0269452: Enforcement action against Ashley Sharp, sole proprietor, Dakota Oil Company (197406) for violation of Statewide Rules on the Laurel Lease, Well No. 1 (154266), Tom Shearman (8000) Field, and the DeLa Garza, Lolita Benavides Lease, Well No. 1 (201251), Tiffany (Wilcox Carrizo) Field, Webb County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §3.73(i) and Tex. Nat. Res. Code §85.166.

48. O&G 04-0269470: Enforcement action against Ashley Sharp, sole proprietor, Dakota Oil Company (197406) for violation of Statewide Rules on the Gonzales Lease, Well No. 2 (166972), Cuba Libre (3rd Hinnant) Field, and the Van Es Lease, Well No. 1 (201251), Cuba Libre (3rd Hinnant) Field, Webb County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.58(a)(1), 3.73(i) and Tex. Nat. Res. Code §85.166.

49. O&G 04-0286085: Enforcement action against Ashley Sharp, sole proprietor, Dakota Oil Company (197406) for violation of Statewide Rules on the Flores, Daniel Lease, Well No. 1 (083467), Schwarz (8700) Field, and the Flores, Daniel Lease, Well No. 2 (084021), Schwarz (8700-A) Field, Webb County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3, 3.8(d)(1) and 3.14(b)(2).

50. O&G: 04-0286087: Enforcement action against Ashley Sharp, sole proprietor, Dakota Oil Company (197406) for violation of Statewide Rules on the Flores, Daniel Lease, Well Nos. 6 (111473), 7 (112905) and 4 (125170), Schwarz (Flores) Field, Webb County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3, 3.13(b)(1)(B), and 3.14(b)(2).

51. O&G 09-0281724: Enforcement action against Hulse, J. Thomas, sole proprietor, Hulse, J.T. (412615) for violation of Statewide Rules on the Hulse-Abercrombie -C- Lease, Well No. 5 (379349), Archer County Regular Field, Archer County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.14(b)(2) and 3.16(b).

52. O&G 09-0284036: Enforcement action against Friendly Energy Services, Inc. (286572) for violation of Statewide Rules on the Tyra, Sam (26439) Lease, Well Nos. 1 and 3, Goree Field, Knox County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §3.14(b)(2).

53. O&G 7C-0268892: Enforcement action against DBO Oil Incorporated (195858) for violation of Statewide Rules on the Cammy "B" Lease, Well No. 4 (184481), Deannie B. (Jennings SD) Field, the Cammy Lease, Well No. 2 (170922), Beddo Field, and the Cammy (13643) Lease, Well No. 2, Deannie B. (Jennings SD.) Field, Runnels County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §3.14(b)(2).

54. O&G 7B-0282133: Enforcement action against DMR Operating, Inc. (221514) for violation of Statewide Rules on the Mitchell, G.H. (23006) Lease, Well No. 2C, Big Hole (Atoka "C") Field, Palo Pinto County, Texas; Violation of 16 TAC §§3.14(b)(2) and 3.21(j).

OFFICE OF GENERAL COUNSEL

AGREED ENFORCEMENT ORDERS (46 items; numbers 55 - 100)

55. O&G 7B-0270812: James V. Rhyne, Sole Proprietor, Rhyne, J.V. (Operator No. 706379) enforcement action regarding the Mullins "C" (26906) Lease, Well No. 1, Tamco (Gray) Field and the Mullins "B" (29151) Lease, Well No. 1, Silver Valley (Morris) Field, Coleman County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.14(b)(2).

56. O&G 7B-0270813: James V. Rhyne, Sole Proprietor, Rhyne, J.V. (Operator No. 706379) enforcement action regarding the Mullins "A" Lease, Well No. 4 (RRC No. 116033), Tamco (Gray) Field, Coleman County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.14(b)(2).

57. O&G 01-0286842: Land, Cleatus Oil (Operator No. 484495) enforcement action regarding the Maddox, W.D. -A- (00887) Lease, La Vernia Field, Guadalupe County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.8(d)(1).

58. O&G 01-0287986: Slawson Exploration Company, Inc. (Operator No. 787180) enforcement action regarding the Eastwood Lease, Well No. 2 (Permit No. 774110), Cherokee (Navarro) Field, Milam County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.58(c)(1).

59. O&G 04-0286992: Gulfmax Environmental, L.L.C. (Operator No. 338187) enforcement action regarding the Ford, Marie Welder (13663) Lease, Well No. 5, Taft, West (4000 Sand) Field, San Patricio County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.9(10) and 3.9(12).

60. O&G 7B-0279474: P.I.D. Drilling, Inc. (Operator No. 631265) enforcement action regarding the Green, Ray "2295A" (26982) Lease, Well No. 5, Callahan County Regular Field, Callahan County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3(1), 3.3(2) and 3.3(3) and 3.14(b)(2).

61. O&G 7B-0283902: Scully Exploration, L.L.C. (Operator No. 760540) enforcement action regarding the Gas Gathering System Tank Battery owned by Lampasas Midstream, LLC operated by OGS Pipeline LP and used by Scully Exploration, LLC, Taylor (249653) Lease, Lampasas County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.8(d)(1).

62. O&G 7B-0285458: Paradigm Petroleum Corporation (Operator No. 638916) enforcement action regarding the Howsley "A" (25864) Lease, L&F (Morris Sand) Field, Shackelford County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3(2), 3.14(b)(2) and 3.46(g)(2).

63. O&G 7B-0286688: Paradigm Petroleum Corporation (Operator No. 638916) enforcement action regarding the Diller (26225) Lease, Well No. 2, Shackelford County Regular Field, Shackelford County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.9(9)(B) and 3.14(b)(2).

64. O&G 7C-0284974: AEON Operating, Inc., (Operator No. 000834) enforcement action regarding the Clark Lease, Well Nos. 1 (Drilling Permit No. 723795) and 2 (Drilling Permit No. 743512), Toe Nail (Strawn) Field, Tom Green County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.3(1), 3.3(2), 3.3(3), 3.8(d)(1) and 3.8(d)(4)(H)(I).

65. O&G 09-0283552: Special JHR Corp (Operator No. 808785) enforcement action regarding the Fassett & Tuttle -B- (06285) Lease, Well Nos. 2W and 28, K-M-A Field, Wichita County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.5(a), 3.16(b), 3.46(a), 3.46(i)(4), 3.46(j)(3)(B) and Tex. Nat. Res. Code, §91.143.

66. O&G 09-0283778: Dark Horse Operating Co, L.L.C. (Operator No. 200532) enforcement action regarding the Browning Lease, Well No. 2 (Permit No. 696798), Newark East (Barnett Shale) Field, Montague County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §§3.8(d)(4)(H)(i)(I) and 3.16(b).

67. O&G 09-0283784: Pioneer Natural Res. USA, Inc. (Operator No. 665748) enforcement action regarding the Caswell Moninger Unit Lease, Well No. 3H (Drilling Permit No. 704329) and the Caswell Moninger Unit Lease, Well No. 4H (Drilling Permit No. 704334), Newark, East (Barnett Shale) Field, Montague County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §3.5.

68. LP-Gas 2390: Fulfer Propane, Inc. (License No. 12254) violation at Lingleville High School, 21261 N. FM 134, Lingleville, Erath County, Texas. Violation of 16 TAC §9.41(e).

69. Damage Prevention 007786: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 1226 English St. (Channel), Irving, Dallas County, Texas.

70. Damage Prevention 007787: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 1130 French St. (Oakridge Ln.), Irving, Dallas County, Texas.

71. Damage Prevention 007788: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 2310 Southcrest Dr. (Arkansas), Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas.

72. Damage Prevention 007849: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 104 S. Fannin Street, Rockwall, Rockwall County, Texas.

73. Damage Prevention 007946: Denton Lawn Sprinkler enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 281 Casie Ct., Denton, Denton County, Texas.

74. Damage Prevention 008788: Aleman Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 2121 N. Akard St. (McKinney Ave.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

75. Damage Prevention 008851: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(b), at 202 Fannin St. (Kaufman), Balch Springs, Rockwall County, Texas.

76. Damage Prevention 008926: Native Land Design enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 5607 Jim Hogg Ave. (Arroyo Rd.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

77. Damage Prevention 008930: Austin Rock enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 12400 Mellow Meadow Dr. (Lake Creek Pkwy.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

78. Damage Prevention 008937: Global Development enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 3050 Catclaw, Abilene, Taylor County, Texas.

79. Damage Prevention 008938: Drymala Foundation Drilling enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 12803 Sugar Ridge (Fountain Gate Dr.), Stafford, Fort Bend County, Texas.

80. Damage Prevention 008943: Dirtco Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 1603 Preston Ave. (Jefferson Ave.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

81. Damage Prevention 010691: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 1507 Ramsey Ave. (Appian), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

82. Damage Prevention 012493: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at 1006 Lausanne Ave., Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

83. Damage Prevention 012537: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 3024 Southwestern Blvd. (Durham St.), University Park, Dallas County, Texas.

84. Damage Prevention 012812: C & B Electrical Contractors enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(e), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 206 Kielder Dr., Lewisville, Denton County, Texas.

85. Damage Prevention 012882: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 606 W. Clarendon (Nolte Dr.), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

86. Damage Prevention 013194: C & B Electrical Contractors enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 2028 Sterling Trace (Denton Hwy.), Keller, Tarrant County, Texas.

87. Damage Prevention 019127: Texas Electrical Contractor enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 1225 Welch St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

88. Damage Prevention 019436: C & B Electric enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 974 Shaddock Park, Allen, Collin County, Texas.

89. Damage Prevention 020231: Gibson Plumbing enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.10(b) and 18.11(b), at 1603 Mountain Crest (Sunset Peak), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

90. Damage Prevention 020413: City of Austin enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 5918 Highland Hills Dr. (Timberline Trl.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

91. Damage Prevention 020449: AR Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 1875 W. Thompson (Imperial), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

92. Damage Prevention 021002: American Bore and Trench enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 8000 Baltzell, Spring, Harris County, Texas.

93. Damage Prevention 021222: City of Austin enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 6553 Needham Ln. (Needham Ct.), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

94. Damage Prevention 021361: Fain Group enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 2600 Stadium (W. Cantey), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

95. Damage Prevention 021422: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 407 Bailey Dr. (Rock Creek Dr.), DeSoto, Dallas County, Texas.

96. Damage Prevention 021448: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 1802 E. Levee St. (Oak Lawn), Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

97. Damage Prevention 022302: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 208 Valleyglen Dr. (Hampton Rd.), DeSoto, Dallas County, Texas.

98. Damage Prevention 022447: Houston Sign & Service Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 16300 Stuebner Airline, Houston, Harris County, Texas.

99. Damage Prevention 023024: Barson Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.4(g), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 4803 Gaston Ave., Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

100. Damage Prevention 024167: Gibson Plumbing enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.11(b), at 23559 Seven Winds (Mountain Cove), San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.

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Agency Name: Railroad Commission of Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 North Congress, Room 1-111, First Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002719
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lindil C. Fowler, Jr., General Counsel, Office of General Counsel, Railroad Commission of Texas, P.O. Box 12967, Austin, Texas 78711-2967; (512)463-6715
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING
Part 3 of 3; Items 201 - 247

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, April 22, 2014, 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.state.tx.us then clicking on WEBCASTS OF RRC COMMISSION CONFERENCES, or by going directly to http://www.texasadmin.com/cgi-bin/txrail.cgi.

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 Division 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.state.tx.us; or in person at 1701 North Congress Avenue, Suite 12-110, Austin, Texas.

OFFICE OF GENERAL COUNSEL

AGREED ENFORCEMENT ORDERS (38 items; numbers 201 - 238)

201. Damage Prevention 029232: Premier Pools and Spas enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(e) and 18.11(b), at 9907 Nicollet Lake, Katy, Fort Bend County, Texas.

202. Damage Prevention 029245: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 1114 Rymers Switch Ln. (Friendswood Dr.), Friendswood, Galveston County, Texas.

203. Damage Prevention 029256: Tackle Construction Co. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 109 E. Larkspur Dr., Alvin, Brazoria County, Texas.

204. Damage Prevention 029257: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 6730 Winding Rose Trail (Riseden), Dallas, Collin County, Texas.

205. Damage Prevention 029259: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 9696 Skillman St., Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.

206. Damage Prevention 029263: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 100 W. Church St., Grand Prairie, Dallas County, Texas.

207. Damage Prevention 029264: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 55 Woodland Hill Dr., Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas.

208. Damage Prevention 029266: Arch Foundation Repair enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.10(b), at 509 Primrose Ct. (Shadowwood), Argyle, Denton County, Texas.

209. Damage Prevention 029268: Houston Rapid Transit enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 4901 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

210. Damage Prevention 029280: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2821 Annadale Dr., Trophy Club, Denton County, Texas.

211. Damage Prevention 029281: OWPSI enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.4(d), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at CR 17 & CR K, Wheeler, Wheeler County, Texas.

212. Damage Prevention 029284: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 400 S. Industrial Blvd. (Hwy. 10), Euless, Tarrant County, Texas.

213. Damage Prevention 029289: Intex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b), 18.11(b) and 18.4(b), at 1303 W. Pioneer Pkwy., Grand Prairie, Dallas County, Texas.

214. Damage Prevention 029297: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at W. Parker Rd. (Dallas N. Parkway), Plano, Collin County, Texas.

215. Damage Prevention 029305: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 6130 Concord Rd., Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas.

216. Damage Prevention 029307: Commercial Fence Company enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 1701 N. Minnesota Ave. (Canyon St.), Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas.

217. Damage Prevention 029311: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 700 Peden St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

218. Damage Prevention 029315: West Texas Gas, Inc. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at CR 5 (FM 759), Perryton, Ochiltree County, Texas.

219. Damage Prevention 029316: North Plains Electric Coop. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at CR 5 (FM 759), Perryton, Ochiltree County, Texas.

220. Damage Prevention 029335: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 4507 Wickby St. (Willingale), Fulshear, Fort Bend County, Texas.

221. Damage Prevention 029336: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 6200 Yale St. (Obion Ln.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

222. Damage Prevention 029338: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2113 Bertrand (Ruby Rose), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

223. Damage Prevention 029339: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at Mulberry St. (Industrial St.), Denton, Denton County, Texas.

224. Damage Prevention 029344: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 5120 Shackleford St. (Algerita), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

225. Damage Prevention 029347: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2500 Lipscomb (Page), Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.

226. Damage Prevention 029350: Tejas Underground Utilities enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.4(a) and 18.3(e), at Wagner St. (Center St.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

227. Damage Prevention 029352: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 7803 Wheatley St., Houston, Harris County, Texas.

228. Damage Prevention 029356: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 206 Park Lane (Galloway), Mesquite, Dallas County, Texas.

229. Damage Prevention 029369: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 2323 Goodwin Dr., Katy, Harris County, Texas.

230. Damage Prevention 029372: Nixon Smiley School District enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 800 N. Rancho Rd. (N. Franklin), Nixon, Gonzales County, Texas.

231. Damage Prevention 029374: Centerpoint Energy Entex enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 5611 Lodge Creek Dr. (Champions Forest Dr.), Houston, Harris County, Texas.

232. Damage Prevention 029381: Standard Utility enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.4(a), at 709 E. Texas (Wood St.), Grapevine, Tarrant County, Texas.

233. Damage Prevention 029386: Teel Construction enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at 25 Redbridge Rd., Texarkana, Bowie County, Texas.

234. Damage Prevention 029394: Donny's Plumbing & Electric enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a), 18.11(b) and 18.11(b), at S. Lafayette (E. Jackson), Clarksville, Red River County, Texas.

235. Damage Prevention 029395: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 5050 W. Waco Dr. (Lake Air), Waco, McLennan County, Texas.

236. Damage Prevention 029399: Atmos Energy Corp., Mid-Tex Div. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §18.8(a), at 323 Crowley Rd. (W. Division), Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas.

237. Damage Prevention 029432: City of Wills Point enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.3(a) and 18.11(b), at 608 N. 4th St., Wills Point, Van Zandt County, Texas.

238. Damage Prevention 029461: Schroeder Construction Co. enforcement action for violation of 16 TAC §§18.11(b) and 18.10(b), at 12329 Fairway Cove (Old Course Drive), Austin, Travis County, Texas.

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

EXECUTIVE OFFICE

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

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

OIL AND GAS DIVISION

241. Revision of Form CF-2, Commercial Facility Irrevocable Standby Letter of Credit, and Discontinuation of Form T-7, District 10 Panhandle Fields Monthly Gas Gatherer Report.

242. Oil and Gas Regulation and Cleanup Fund Quarterly Status Report, Fiscal Year 2014, 1st Quarter.

243. Oil and Gas Regulation and Cleanup Fund Quarterly Status Report, Fiscal Year 2014, 2nd Quarter.

AFRED DIVISION

244. Recommendation that the Commission support the adoption by the National Conference on Weights and Measures of a national diesel gallon equivalent (DGE) standard for sales of natural gas motor fuel.

COMMISSIONERS

Chairman Smitherman

245. 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.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

246. 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

247. 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: Texas Department of Insurance
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Advisory
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe, Room 102
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002740
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Angela Melina Raab (512) 305-7520
Agenda:
Advisory Committee for the Standard Request Form for Prior Authorization of Medical Care or Health Care Services

The Texas Department of Insurance announces a meeting of the Advisory Committee for the Standard Request Form for Prior Authorization of Medical Care or Health Care Services at 1 p.m. Central time, on April 22, 2014, in Room 102 of the William P. Hobby, Jr. State Office Building, 333 Guadalupe, Austin, Texas.

AGENDA


1. Call to order
Roll call and welcome
Antitrust statement

2. Review of SB 1216

3. Receive comments and recommendations from committee members regarding

(A) Standard Prior Authorization Request Form


(B) Requirements related to the use, acceptance, and timely acknowledgement of the form including consequences for noncompliance.
4. Meeting schedule

5. Adjournment


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Agency Name: State Securities Board
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 208 E. 10th Street, Room 320
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002633
Submit Date: 04/11/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: John Morgan, Securities Commissioner, 208 E. 10th Street, 5th Floor, Austin, Texas 78701, (512) 305-8300.
Agenda:
1. Minutes of January 14, 2013, Board Meeting.

2. Rules.

A. Published Rule Proposal.
1. Amending §113.14 to incorporate the updates to NASAA statements of policy adopted by reference.

B. New Rule Proposals.
1. Intrastate offering of securities through crowdfunding.
a. Creating new §139.25, intrastate crowdfunding exemption.
b. Creating new Form 133.17, crowdfunding exemption notice.
2. Registration of intrastate crowdfunding portals.
a. Amending §115.1, concerning general provisions to add a definition for "Texas crowdfunding portal"; and to add a registration category for dealers registering to act exclusively as an intrastate crowdfunding portal.
b. Amending §115.3, concerning examination to grant a full waiver of dealer examination requirements for dealers who register as a Texas crowdfunding portal.
c. Creating new §115.19, concerning Texas crowdfunding portal registration and activities.
d. Creating new Form 133.15, Texas crowdfunding portal registration.
e. Creating new Form 133.16, Texas crowdfunding portal withdrawal of registration.
3. Small business issuer and small business offerings.
a. Amending §113.5, concerning financial statements, to change the definitions of "small business issuer" and "small business offering" used in determining which issuers are eligible to submit reviewed (rather than audited) financial statements with a securities registration application.

3. Board preapproval of a prospective grant to be received from the Investor Protection Trust for investor education purposes.

4. Review of the proposed Internal Audit Plan for FY 2014, after which the Board may vote to approve the plan.

5. Report on budget and performance.

6. General update on Agency operations from Securities Commissioner and Senior Staff.

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Sonia Fergerson at (512) 305-8300 at least five working 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: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 515 Congress Avenue, Suite 1875
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002607
Submit Date: 04/10/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Bart A. Boles, Executive Director 515 Congress Avenue, Suite 1875 Austin, TX 78757 Tel: 800-982-6362
Agenda:
Consideration and possible action on:
1) Approval of January 14, 2014 meeting's minutes;
2) Matters presented by the Texas Department of Insurance;
3) Report and recommendations from the Audit Committee;
4) Report and recommendations from the Personnel Committee;
5) Report and recommendations from the Assessment/Investment Committee;
6) Executive Session;
7) Matters discussed in Executive Session;
8) Quarterly report from the Executive Director;
9) Impaired/insolvent member insurer matters;
10) Appointment of members to committees;
11) Corporate Governance;
12) Financial and accounting matters;
13) 2013 Annual Report;
14) Confirmation of the next meeting date.

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Agency Name: Texas Department of Transportation
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Aviation Advisory Committee Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 1000 Skyplace Blvd
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002476
Submit Date: 04/04/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Texas Department of Transportation Allison Martin (512) 416-4500
Agenda:
Texas Department of Transportation Aviation Division
Aviation Advisory Committee Meeting
Valero Energy
1000 Skyplace Blvd
San Antonio, TX 78216

April 22, 2014
12:00 p.m.

1. Convene
2. Approval of January 23, 2014 (Action Required)
3. Aviation Division Director Report - Dave Fulton
4. Aviation Division Section Director Reports:
i. Flight Services - Jay Joseph
ii. Engineering - Bijan Jamalabad
iii. Grant Management & Administration - Kari Campbell
iv. Planning & Programming - Greg Miller
5. National Business Aviation Association Report - Steve Hadley
6. Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Report - Yasmina Platt/Joey Colleran
7. Texas Aviation Association Report - Jay Carpenter
8. Texans for General Aviation Report - John White
9. Advisory Committee Member Comments
10. Open Comments from the Public
11. Schedule next meeting date and location
12. Adjourn

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 Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 101 East 15th Street, Room 244
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002711
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Paul N. Jones, 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 78778-0001


COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA
REVISED
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
8:00 a.m.
DOCKETS 16 and 17

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
Duncan Harden and Doug Carnes

3. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Tax Liability Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Dockets 16 and 17. (Cases will be heard for Dockets 16 and 17.)
Doug Carnes

4. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Higher Level Appeals in Wage Claim Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Dockets 16 and 17
Duncan Harden

5. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Higher Level Appeals in Unemployment Compensation Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Dockets 16 and 17
Duncan Harden

6. Public Comment
Paul N. Jones

7. 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 and Warren Collier

8. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Fiscal Years 2015-2019 Strategic Plan Budget Structure Elements, Including Strategy and Performance Measure Changes for the Texas Workforce Commission
Randy Townsend and Adam Leonard

9. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Board Contract Year 2015 Local Workforce Development Board Performance Measures
Adam Leonard

10. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Approval of Local Workforce Development Board Nominees
John Fuller

11. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Enacted, Proposed or Considered Federal Regulations, Executive Orders, or Federal or State Enacted or Proposed Legislation
Tom McCarty

12. 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

13. 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.;
John Benavides, et al v. TWC (formerly Texas Commission on Human Rights);
Raymond Bloch v. SAVR and TWC;
Breckenridge Enterprises, Ltd, et al v. TWC;
Thomas Constandine v. Stephanie Burdett;
Rick Daniel v. Texas Workforce Commission;
FedEx Ground Package System, Inc. v. TWC, et al.;
Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center v. TWC;
Homoya v. TWC, et al.;
Rodolfo Martinez v. Texas Workforce Commission;
Bertha Morena v. Texas Workforce Commission and Cross Timbers Health;
Marilou Morrison v. TWC, et al. (formerly Texas Commission on Human Rights);
Maria Elena Olivas v. Texas Workforce Commission;
Sunbelt Rentals, Inc. v. Kevin Allen and TWC;
Lester Taylor v. TWC;
Texas Workforce Commission v. Bette Epstein;
Wichita County v. TWC and Donald W. Green, and
John Woodley v. Texas Workforce Commission
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

14. The next Commission meeting is set for 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, April 29, 2014.

15. Adjournment

Note:

Audio webcasts of TWC Commission meetings are available at http://www.texasworkforce.org/events.html 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 Kim Bergmann at (512) 463-7903 two (2) working days prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Docket 16 Tax Cases
TD #

1. TD-13-130-0713

2. TD-13-174-1013

3. TD-14-007-1213

4. TD-14-012-1213



Special Hearings Tax Cases for Docket 17 / April 22, 2014

TD-12-125-0912
TD-13-164-1113
TD-14-002-1213
TD-14-022-0214


Wage Claim Cases for Docket 16:

12-061536-0
12-061724-9
12-062121-1
12-065264-8
12-066739-4
13-053192-0
13-054715-0
13-054731-1
13-056727-4


Wage Claim Cases for Docket 17:

12-059801-5
13-050742-5
13-053163-6
13-053589-5
13-054195-0
13-055228-5
13-055774-0
13-056367-8


Docket 16

169207-3
357571-2
1459281-2
1511436-2
1582611-7
1609565-2
MR 1682603-3
MR 1686335-3
1726820-6
MR 1727306-3
MR 1734845-4
MR 1737181-3
1737929-2
1740892-3
1742445-2
MR 1746296-3
MR 1746755-4
1747672-3
1751225-3
MR 1751378-4
1751569-5
MR 1752326-3
1752359-4
MR 1752784-4
MR 1753869-4
MR 1754190-3
MR 1754787-3
1754877-2
MR 1756681-3
MR 1756755-3
MR 1756904-3
1759281-3
1760376-5
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MR 1761470-4
MR 1763087-4
MR 1763395-4
1763860-3
MR 1763867-4
1764179-2
MR 1764234-4
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1764443-2
1765672-3
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1766206-3
1766623-3
MR 1766794-3
MR 1766870-3
MR 1768483-3
MR 1768572-3
1769082-2
1770683-2
MR 1770892-3
MR 1770998-3
MR 1771327-3
MR 1771399-3
MR 1771527-3
1772630-2
MR 1772696-4
1772714-2
MR 1772780-3
MR 1773095-3
MR 1773173-3
1773571-3
MR 1774624-3
1774672-2
MR 1774992-3
1775137-3
1775383-2
MR 1775423-3
1775602-2
MR 1776142-3
1776528-2
MR 1776816-3
MR 1777001-3
1777382-3
MR 1777459-3
MR 1777488-3
MR 1778035-3
MR 1778075-3
1778348-3
MR 1778421-3
MR 1778435-3
MR 1778718-3
MR 1778797-3
1778983-2
MR 1778989-3
MR 1779044-3
MR 1779132-3
MR 1779431-3
MR 1779440-3
MR 1779589-3
MR 1779655-3
MR 1779689-3
MR 1779848-3
MR 1779957-3
MR 1780043-3
MR 1780286-3
MR 1780346-3
MR 1780400-3
1780422-3
MR 1780498-3
1780938-2
MR 1780977-3
MR 1781147-3
MR 1781287-3
MR 1781297-3
MR 1781422-3
1781836-2
1782058-2
1782343-3
MR 1782502-3
MR 1782542-3
MR 1782657-3
MR 1783195-3
MR 1783243-3
MR 1783279-3
MR 1783612-3
MR 1783726-3
1783894-2
1784070-2
1784223-4
1784390-2
MR 1784480-3
1784505-3
MR 1784615-3
1785508-3
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MR 1785817-3
MR 1785935-3
1786258-3
1786318-2
1786371-3
1786482-2
1786612-2
1787339-3
MR 1787545-3
1787939-2
1788648-3
1789130-3
1789290-3
1789549-3
1789731-2
1789762-2
1790087-3
1790558-2
1790945-3
1791194-3
1791493-3
MR 1791525-3
1791684-3
1791973-3
1792047-2
1792119-3
1792125-3
1792216-2
1792375-3
1792525-2
1792591-3
1792659-3
1792661-3
1792694-3
1792698-2
1792783-2
1792807-3
1793219-2
MR 1793394-3
1793648-2
MR 1793742-3
1793756-3
1793794-3
1793841-3
1793939-3
1794067-2
1794078-2
1794150-2
1794357-2
1794474-3
1794544-2
1794725-3
MR 1794813-3
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1794894-3
1795195-2
1795291-2
1795345-2
1795506-2
1795700-3
1795888-2
1795893-2
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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 101 East 15th Street, Room 244
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002805
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Paul N. Jones, 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 78778-0001


COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
8:00 a.m.
DOCKET 17

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
Duncan Harden and Doug Carnes

3. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Tax Liability Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Docket 17. (Cases will be heard for Docket 17.)
Doug Carnes

4. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Higher Level Appeals in Wage Claim Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Docket 17
Duncan Harden

5. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Higher Level Appeals in Unemployment Compensation Cases Listed on the Texas Workforce Commission Docket 17
Duncan Harden

6. Public Comment
Paul N. Jones

7. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Fiscal Years 2015-2019 Strategic Plan Budget Structure Elements, Including Strategy and Performance Measure Changes for the Texas Workforce Commission
Randy Townsend and Adam Leonard

8. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Approval of Local Workforce Development Board Nominees
John Fuller

9. Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Enacted, Proposed or Considered Federal Regulations, Executive Orders, or Federal or State Enacted or Proposed Legislation
Tom McCarty

10. 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

11. 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.;
John Benavides, et al v. TWC (formerly Texas Commission on Human Rights);
Raymond Bloch v. SAVR and TWC;
Breckenridge Enterprises, Ltd, et al v. TWC;
Thomas Constandine v. Stephanie Burdett;
Rick Daniel v. Texas Workforce Commission;
FedEx Ground Package System, Inc. v. TWC, et al.;
Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center v. TWC;
Homoya v. TWC, et al.;
Rodolfo Martinez v. Texas Workforce Commission;
Bertha Morena v. Texas Workforce Commission and Cross Timbers Health;
Marilou Morrison v. TWC, et al. (formerly Texas Commission on Human Rights);
Maria Elena Olivas v. Texas Workforce Commission;
Sunbelt Rentals, Inc. v. Kevin Allen and TWC;
Lester Taylor v. TWC;
Texas Workforce Commission v. Bette Epstein;
Wichita County v. TWC and Donald W. Green, and
John Woodley v. Texas Workforce Commission
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

12. The next Commission meeting is set for 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, April 29, 2014.

13. Adjournment

Note:

Audio webcasts of TWC Commission meetings are available at http://www.texasworkforce.org/events.html 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 Kim Bergmann at (512) 463-7903 two (2) working days prior to the meeting, so that appropriate arrangements can be made.



Special Hearings Tax Cases for Docket 17 / April 22, 2014

TD-12-125-0912
TD-13-164-1113
TD-14-002-1213
TD-14-022-0214


Wage Claim Cases for Docket 17:

12-059801-5
13-050742-5
13-053163-6
13-053589-5
13-054195-0
13-055228-5
13-055774-0
13-056367-8

Docket 17

687446-2
1045307-2
MR 1393861-5
MR 1486257-3
1521866-3
1594182-3
1606969-3
1658060-3
MR 1699003-3
1706679-2
MR 1721133-3
MR 1724523-3
MR 1726039-5
1732130-6
1732134-6
MR 1734606-7
MR 1736787-3
1738281-4
MR 1741741-4
1743036-4
MR 1746558-4
MR 1748897-3
MR 1751672-5
MR 1752237-6
MR 1752942-4
1753742-3
1754634-3
1755030-5
MR 1758625-4
MR 1759637-4
MR 1764235-3
1765061-2
1766349-2
MR 1766716-3
MR 1767094-3
MR 1767755-3
MR 1768051-3
MR 1768167-3
MR 1768359-3
1768589-2
1768592-2
MR 1768596-4
1768700-2
MR 1772301-3
1772451-2
MR 1772744-4
1773074-4
1773110-2
MR 1773246-4
MR 1773988-3
1774548-2
MR 1775204-4
MR 1775325-4
1775557-2
MR 1775800-3
MR 1776318-3
MR 1776414-3
1776605-4
MR 1776715-3
MR 1776997-3
MR 1778192-3
1778721-3
1778823-2
1779852-2
1779969-2
MR 1780188-3
MR 1781043-3
MR 1781047-3
MR 1781157-3
MR 1782019-3
MR 1782627-3
MR 1782679-3
MR 1782860-4
1783297-2
1783614-2
MR 1783653-3
MR 1784022-3
1784225-2
1784332-4
MR 1784524-3
MR 1784812-3
MR 1785108-3
1785143-3
MR 1785377-3
MR 1785503-3
MR 1785567-3
MR 1785968-3
1786678-4
MR 1786803-3
1786866-3
MR 1787468-3
MR 1787747-3
1788520-2
MR 1788523-3
1788845-3
1789105-3
1789392-3
MR 1789553-3
1790168-3
1790538-3
MR 1790865-3
1791022-2
1791180-3
1791216-2
MR 1791551-3
MR 1791859-3
1792251-2
MR 1792413-3
1792432-3
1792589-2
1792843-2
1792915-3
1792977-3
1793226-2
1793546-2
1793601-2
1794329-2
1794364-3
1794431-3
1794552-2
1795225-2
1795476-2
1796158-3
1796171-3
MR 1796188-3
1796352-3
1796598-3
1796839-3
1796864-2
1797186-3
1797324-3
1797406-2
1797426-2
1797574-3
1797717-2
1797867-2
1797873-2
1797988-3
1798108-3
1798177-3
1798446-3
1798518-3
1798684-2
1798751-2
1798832-2
1798873-2
1799032-2
1799362-2
1799674-2
1800135-2
1800245-3
1800317-3
1800346-3
1800377-2
1800502-2
1800675-3
1800895-3
1801345-2
1801424-2
1801454-2
1801573-2
1801595-3
1801979-2
1802263-2
1802313-2
1802369-2
1802407-2
1802457-2
1802481-2
1802585-2
1802588-3
1802596-2
1802613-2
1802707-2
1802721-2
1802788-2
1802911-2
1803051-2
1803074-2
1803099-2
1803104-2
1803206-2
1803444-2
1803448-3
1803490-2
1803518-2
1803535-2
1803542-2
MR 1803778-3
1803791-2
1803871-2
1803875-2
1803998-2
1804114-2
1804165-2
1804320-2
1804332-2
1804374-2
1804405-2
1804605-2
1804875-2
1805060-2
1805137-2
1805213-2
1805235-3
1805286-2
1805514-2
1805612-2
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1806085-2
1806194-2
1806219-2
1806283-2
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1806372-2
1806423-2
1806435-2
1806555-2
1806704-2
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1808552-2
1808593-2
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1808817-2
1808907-2
1809192-2
1809242-2
1809300-2
1809363-2
1809397-2
1809458-2
1809480-2
1809581-2
1809623-2
1809662-2
1809664-2
1809672-2
1809686-2
1809688-2
1809802-2
1809841-2
1809924-2
1809976-2
1810008-2
1810066-2
1810081-2
1810118-2
1810128-2
1810194-2
1810200-2
1810210-2
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1810268-2
1810415-2
1810457-2
1810489-2
1810645-2
1810649-2
1810655-2
1810672-2
1810691-2
1810699-2
1810741-2
1810789-2
1810798-2
1810818-2
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1810895-2
1810935-2
1810949-2
1811004-2
1811040-2
1811069-2
1811145-2
1811153-2
1811211-2
1811241-2
1811287-2
1811487-2
1811641-2
1811643-2
1811664-2
1811717-2
1811761-2
1811763-2
1811928-2
1811946-2
1812034-2
1812051-2
1812113-2
1812122-2
1812130-2
1812132-2
1812177-2
1812181-2
1812212-2
1812216-2
1812373-2
1812598-2
1812622-2
1812630-2
1812637-2
1812743-2
1812748-2
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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 101 East 15th Street, Room 244
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002542
Submit Date: 04/08/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Paul N. Jones, 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 conduct a work session immediately upon adjournment of the Commission docket meeting:

8:00 a.m., Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Texas Workforce Commission
101 East 15th Street, Room 244
Austin, Texas 78778-0001

AGENDA

The Commission will discuss, consider and take possible action regarding the drafting and content of the Texas Workforce Commission Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2015-2019.

The work session will be attended by Andres Alcantar, Chairman and Commissioner Representing the Public; Ronald G. Congleton, Commissioner Representing Labor; and Hope Andrade, Commissioner Representing Employers.




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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 101 East 15th Street, Room 244
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002713
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Paul N. Jones, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street, Room 608 Austin, Texas 78778-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:

CONTINUATION OF THE REVISED COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA FOR APRIL 22, 2014 . . .

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Agency Name: Red River Compact Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Red River Compact Commission
Status: Active
Street Location: 400 Convention Blvd., Hot Springs, Arkansas
City Location: Hot Springs
Meeting State: AR
TRD ID: 2014001825
Submit Date: 03/13/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Please call Suzy Valentine, Engineer Advisor, at (512) 239-4730 for more information.
Agenda:
DRAFT AGENDA

RED RIVER COMPACT COMMISSION
34TH ANNUAL MEETING
Embassy Suites Hot Springs, Arkansas
April 22, 2014
8:30 A.M.

Monday, April 21, 2014 Embassy Suites
2:00 p.m. Engineering Committee
3:30 p.m. Environmental and Natural Resources Committee
3:30 p.m. Legal Committee
4:00 p.m. Budget Committee
6:30 p.m. Dinner

Tuesday, April 22, 2014, Embassy Suites
8:30 a.m. Commission Meeting


I. Call to Order - Chairman Fassett

II. Welcome

III. Approval of the Agenda

IV. Approval of the Minutes of the April 2013 RRCC Annual Meeting held in New
Orleans, Louisiana

V. Report of Chairman Fassett

VI. Report of the Treasurer - Edward Swaim, Arkansas

VII. Report of the Commissioners
A. Oklahoma
B. Texas
C. Louisiana
D. Arkansas

VIII. Report of Committees
A. Budget Committee - Edward Swaim
B. Legal Committee - Crystal Phelps
C. Engineering Committee - Ken Brazil
D. Environmental and Natural Resources Committee - Ken Brazil


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Agriculture
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Texas Organic Agricultural Industry Advisory Board
Status: Active
Street Location: 1700 North Congress Avenue, 11th Floor Conference Room
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002714
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jessica Martini, Texas Department of Agriculture, (512) 463-2496.
Agenda:
I. Call to order, establishment of a quorum, introductions and welcome

II. Approval of minutes from previous meeting

III. Marketing Program Update Mary York, Administrator, Marketing and International Trade, Texas Department of Agriculture

IV. Brief overview of Texas organic industry

V. Overview of 2013 Organic Certification Program (OCP) survey Mary Ellen Holliman, Coordinator for Organic Certification Program, Texas Department of Agriculture

VI. Discussion of TDA s OCP and potential impact of changes to that program on the Texas organic industry

VII. Discussion of impact of FDA s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) on organic operations

VIII. Discussion and recommendations for future promotional activities

IX. Public comments

X. Other business and discussion of future meeting date

XI. Adjournment



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Agency Name: Texas Department of Agriculture
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Citrus Budwood Advisory Council
Status: Active
Street Location: Orange County Convention Center and Expo, 11475 FM 1442
City Location: Orange, Texas 77630
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002720
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Robert Crocker,, (512) 463-6332, Dr. Awinash P. Bhatkar, (512) 463-5025, or Dr. John DaGraca, (956) 447-3360
Agenda:
AGENDA:

I. Call to order
II. Welcome and introductions
III. Approval of previous minutes
IV. Update on status of budwood foundation grove facilities and program
V. Discussion and possible action regarding varieties with mandatory status
VI. Discussion and possible action relating to Citrus Budwood Certification Program regulations, including certified budwood production options for locations other than the Texas A&M University-Kingsville Citrus Center
VII. Discussion and possible action related to Citrus Nursery Stock Certification Program regulations, including treatment and labeling requirements
VIII. Discussion and possible action related to Citrus Greening Quarantine regulations, including treatment, labeling and other requirements
IX. Acknowledgement of any new business before the committee and setting it on the agenda of the next meeting, if appropriate
X. Selection of date for next meeting
XI. Adjourn

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

Dolores Alvarado Hibbs
Deputy General Counsel, Texas Department of Agriculture
Agency Liaison and Certifying Official


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Agency Name: The University of Texas System
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:30:00 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: 2014002637
Submit Date: 04/11/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Sherri L. Sanders; Associate Vice President for Campus Diversity and Strategic Initiatives; FAC 402W; The University of Texas at Austin; 512-232-2864; sherri.sanders@austin.utexas.edu
Agenda:
1. Discussion and Appropriate Action regarding March 25, 2014 Meeting Minutes
2. Executive Director s Report, Melissa Chavez
-Update on Program Development/Proposals; Update on UTES Education Council; Update on UTES staffing needs; Update on student testing; Update on Austin Compact; Update on required training sessions for UTES Management Board members; Update on student demographics; Discussion and Appropriate Action regarding Exploring Young Children s Knowledge and Skills Regarding Measurement; Discussion and Appropriate Action regarding adoption of enVision Math Common Core by Pearson as the textbook for the math curriculum
3. Facilities Report, Ed Sharpe
-Update on permanent facility construction project
4. Finance Report, Bill Lasher
-Update on 2013 2014 budget; Discussion and Appropriate Action regarding 2013 2014 UTES budget
5. Development Report, Robiaun Charles
-Update on Capital Campaign and Annual Giving Campaign
6. Strategic Planning Committee Report, Randy Ramirez
-Update on Strategic Planning Committee
7. Nominating Committee Report, Dolly Lambdin
-Update on Nominating Committee Process for 2014 - 2015

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
Assistant General Counsel to the Board of Regents
The University of Texas System
512/499-4402

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Agency Name: State Pension Review Board
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Actuarial Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 200 East 18th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002642
Submit Date: 04/11/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Anne Benites at (512) 463-1736
Agenda:

1. Meeting called to order
2. Roll call of Committee members
3. Approval of the January 29, 2014 Committee meeting minutes
4. Introduction of new Committee member
5. Discuss and consider the study of the financial health of public retirement systems in the state as required by Section 7 of House Bill 13 (83rd Texas Legislature)
6. Invitation for audience participation
7. Next steps / Future meeting schedule
8. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Middle Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1501 W. Henderson St.
City Location: Cleburne
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002497
Submit Date: 04/07/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: 855-426-4433
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING
GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT AREA 8

Notice is hereby given that the groundwater conservation districts located wholly or partially within Groundwater Management Area (GMA) 8, as designated by the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB), consisting of the Central Texas Groundwater Conservation District, Clearwater Underground Water Conservation District, Middle Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, North Texas Groundwater Conservation District, Northern Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District, Prairielands Groundwater Conservation District, Red River Groundwater Conservation District, Saratoga Underground Water Conservation District, Southern Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, and Upper Trinity Groundwater Conservation District will hold a Joint Planning meeting at 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, at the Cleburne Conference Center located at 1501 W. Henderson St., Cleburne, TX 76033. The meeting will be open to the public. The following items of business will be discussed:

1. Invocation.
2. Call meeting to order and establish quorum.
3. Welcome and introductions.
4. Public comment.
5. Approve minutes of January 21, 2014 GMA 8 meeting.
6. Consideration and possible action regarding the designation of an Administrative District, a Chair and Vice-Chair for the GMA 8 in accordance with the adopted administrative procedures.
7. Update and possible action on the Northern Trinity/Woodbine Aquifer GAM Overhaul Project.
8. Update and possible action regarding the development of Desired Future Conditions (DFCs).
9. Receive update on groundwater related legislation and other matters.
10. Set date, time, and place of next meeting and discuss agenda items.
11. Closing comments.
12. Adjourn.

Dated this 3rd day of April, 2014
Eddy Daniel, Chair
Groundwater Management Area 8

The above agenda schedules represent 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 (855) 426-4433 at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting to coordinate any special physical access arrangements.

At any time during the meeting or work session and in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernon s Texas Codes, Annotated, the Groundwater Management Area 8 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 gifts (§551.073); personnel matters (§551.074); and deliberation regarding security devices (§551.076). Any subject discussed in executive session may be subject to action during an open meeting.



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Agency Name: Central Texas Water Supply Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 7:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 4020 Lakecliff Drive
City Location: Harker Heights
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002783
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
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, April 22, 2014 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 the 16th day of April, 2014 at 8:35 a.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 March 25, 2014

FINANCIAL
Discussion, acknowledgement and/or possible action concerning Presiding Officer
Acknowledgment of QuickBooks: March 2014 Statement of Financial Position, General Manager
Statement of Financial Activities, Statement of Financial Activities vs. Actual Reports,
Additional Financial Activities, CTWSC Bank Reconciliations List,
Operating Account Check Register, and Form 941 and TWC

GENERAL MANAGER REPORT
Water Usage, Meter Readings, Prominent Activities Report, General Manager
Lake Level Report, BRA letter

ENGINEER REPORT Engineer
Update on projects

UNFINISHED BUSINESS AND GENERAL ORDERS I. Discussion and/or possible action concerning: President
Shanklin Lane Project General Manager

II. Discussion and/or possible action concerning: President
Groundwater updates / Drinking Water Project General Manager

II. Discussion and/or possible action concerning: President
Raw water allocation General Manager

NEW BUSINESS
I. Discussion and/or possible action concerning: President
Accept $10,491.30 for hail damage on 7 vehicles General Manager

II. Discussion and/or possible action concerning: President
2013 Audit General Manager


COMMITTEE REPORTS
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
PERSONNEL COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
BY-LAWS COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
INVESTMENT COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
FINANCIAL & BUDGET COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
FUTURE GROWTH COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
PRESIDENT S REPORT Chairperson

ADJOURN ____________________________ Marianne Sterling - Secretary


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Agency Name: Central Texas Water Supply Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 7:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 4020 Lakecliff Drive
City Location: Harker Heights
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002748
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
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, April 22, 2014 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 the 16th day of April, 2014 at 8:35 a.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 March 25, 2014

FINANCIAL
Discussion, acknowledgement and/or possible action concerning Presiding Officer
Acknowledgment of QuickBooks: March 2014 Statement of Financial Position, General Manager
Statement of Financial Activities, Statement of Financial Activities vs. Actual Reports,
Additional Financial Activities, CTWSC Bank Reconciliations List,
Operating Account Check Register, and Form 941 and TWC

GENERAL MANAGER REPORT
Water Usage, Meter Readings, Prominent Activities Report, General Manager
Lake Level Report, BRA letter

ENGINEER REPORT Engineer
Update on projects

UNFINISHED BUSINESS AND GENERAL ORDERS I. Discussion and/or possible action concerning: President
Shanklin Lane Project General Manager

II. Discussion and/or possible action concerning: President
Groundwater updates / Drinking Water Project General Manager

II. Discussion and/or possible action concerning: President
Raw water allocation General Manager

NEW BUSINESS
I. Discussion and/or possible action concerning: President
Accept $10,491.30 for hail damage on 7 vehicles General Manager



COMMITTEE REPORTS
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
PERSONNEL COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
BY-LAWS COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
INVESTMENT COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
FINANCIAL & BUDGET COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
FUTURE GROWTH COMMITTEE REPORT Chairperson
PRESIDENT S REPORT Chairperson

ADJOURN ____________________________ Marianne Sterling - Secretary


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Agency Name: Central Texas Water Supply Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:55:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors Annual Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 4020 Lakecliff Drive
City Location: Harker Heights
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002747
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lee Kelley, General Manager, 254.698.2779
Agenda:
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
CENTRAL TEXAS WATER SUPPLY CORPORATION
4020 LAKECLIFF DRIVE
HARKER HEIGHTS, TX. 76548-8607

Notice is hereby given that the Annual Membership Meeting of the Board of Directors of Central Texas Water Supply Corporation will be held on April 22, 2014, at 6:55 p.m. in the Central Texas Water Supply Corporation Conference Room, located at 4020 Lakecliff Drive, Harker Heights, Texas, 76548-8607.


AGENDA


Call to order President

Notice of meeting posted President

Calls roll and reports a Quorum Chairperson Credentials Committee
present.

Open Session (limit 3-minutes each person) President

Board Action for Approval of the previous President
Annual Meeting Minutes

Presentation of Awards President

Credentials Committee reports on the Credentials Committee
Verification and Qualification of the
Board of Directors

Board action for approval of the Resolution of President
Nomination for Board of Directors by the
membership based on the Credentials
Committee s report

Election and Results President
a. Election results are announced. Credentials Committee
b. Entertain protest of the election, if any President
c. Re-count votes, if necessary, and announce results Credentials Committee
d. Comments from the newly elected Directors Directors
Closing comments by President President
Adjourn President










I, Marianne Sterling, Secretary, Central Texas Water Supply Corporation, Harker Heights,Texas, do hereby certify that this Notice of Meeting was posted on the bulletin board of Central Texas Water Supply Corporation, 4020 Lakecliff Drive, Harker Heights, Texas, 76548-8607, at a place readily accessible to the general public at all times, the Bell County Courthouse Annex bulletin board, and with the State of Texas Register, on the 16th day of April, 2014 at 8:20 am.

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Marianne Sterling, Secretary



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Agency Name: Andrews Center
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 2:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Status: Active
Street Location: 2323 W. FRONT ST.
City Location: TYLER
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002796
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: 2323 W. FRONT ST., TYLER, TX 75702
Agenda:
ANDREWS CENTER
BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING
April 22, 2014
2:30 p.m.
ANDREWS CENTER
2323 W. FRONT STREET, TYLER

- AGENDA -




I. QUORUM

II. Chairman s Report
A. Approval of March 25, 2014 Minutes

III. Chief Financial Officer s Reports
A. Acceptance of March 2014Financial Report
B. Acceptance of March 2014Treasurer s Report
C. Update on Canton Uncollectible Accounts
D. Update Regarding Bank Rates

IV. Chief Executive Officer s Report
A. Approve Policy `T Revision - Smoking
B. Board Training MH Children s Program
C. Approve Quality Management Plan (see attachement)
D. Bed Days Update
E. Approve Smith County FY2015 Budget Request

V. Executive Session (in compliance with Texas Open Meeting Act, Subchapter D,
Section 551.074: Personnel Matters)
A. Review of March 2014 Workforce Report
B. Review of March 2014 Personnel Report

VI. Acceptance of Workforce and Personnel Reports

VII. Adjournment



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Agency Name: Garza Central Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Ag Advisory Board
Status: Active
Street Location: 124 East Main
City Location: Post
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002736
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Irene Fry, Chief Appraiser PO Drawer F , Post, Texas 79356 Phone 806-495-3518 Fax 806-495-2055 E-mail garzacad@poka.com
Agenda:
1. Election of Officers
2. Review Land Values and Schedules
3. Determine Ag Income, Expenses and Methodology, Cash Lease or Share Lease Method

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Agency Name: Hamilton County Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: HAMILTON COUNTY APPRAISAL DISTRICT
Status: Active
Street Location: 119 E. HENRY ST.
City Location: HAMILTON
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002732
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: DOYLE ROBERTS
Agenda:
1. CALL TO ORDER.
2. APPROVE MINUTES OF 1/14/2014.
3. APPROVE PAID BILLS.
4. NON AGENDA PUBLIC COMMENTS.
5. APPOINTMENT OF ARB FOR 2014.
6. APPROVE JOINING STATE OF TX COOP PROGRAM.
73 ADJOURN.

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Agency Name: Hamilton County Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: HAMILTON COUNTY APPRAISAL DISTRICT
Status: Active
Street Location: 119 E. HENRY ST.
City Location: HAMILTON
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002730
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: DOYLE ROBERTS
Agenda:
1. CALL TO ORDER.
2. APPROVE MINUTES OF 1/14/2014.
3. APPROVE PAID BILLS.
4. NON AGENDA PUBLIC COMMENTS.
5. APPOINTMENT OF ARB FOR 2014.
6. APPROVE JOINING STATE OF TX COOP PROGRAM.
73 ADJOURN.

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Agency Name: Hamilton County Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: HAMILTON COUNTY APPRAISAL DISTRICT
Status: Active
Street Location: 119 E. HENRY ST.
City Location: HAMILTON
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002733
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: DOYLE ROBERTS
Agenda:
1. CALL TO ORDER.
2. APPROVE MINUTES OF 1/14/2014.
3. APPROVE PAID BILLS.
4. NON AGENDA PUBLIC COMMENTS.
5. APPOINTMENT OF ARB FOR 2014.
6. APPROVE JOINING STATE OF TX COOP PROGRAM.
7. ADJOURN.

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Agency Name: Lavaca County Central Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Agricultural Advisory Board
Status: Active
Street Location: 113 N Main St
City Location: Hallettsville
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002725
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ronald Rebecek Chief Appraiser 361-798-4396
Agenda:
The agenda for the meeting is as follows:

1.Call to Order.
2.Call of Roll.
3.Announcement by the Chairman as to the presence of a quorum, that the meeting has been called, and that the notice of meeting has been posted for time and manner as required by law.
4.Board organization for 2014 and necessary action on any procedural rules.
5.Approval of minutes of meeting on April 24, 2013.
6.Discussion of Agricultural Land.
A. Cash Leases
B.Degree of Intensity
C. Acreage Requirements
D. Wildlife Management
E. Texas Farm & Ranch Survey, PTD
F. Other Items
7.Adjournment.


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Agency Name: Mills Central Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 5:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Mills Central Appraisal District Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 901Sixth Street
City Location: Goldthwaite
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002685
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Carolyn Knauth, Collector/Secretary
Agenda:
l. Call to order 2. Opening Prayer 3. Roll Call/Certify Quorum 4. Audience With Individuals or Committees 5. Budget Workshop 6. Consider And Act Upon "Proposed" Budget for 2015 7. Closed Session 8. Take Action On Items Considered In Closed Session 9. Adjournment

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Agency Name: Rockwall County Central Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 841 Justin Road
City Location: Rockwall
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002794
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lisa Butler 972-771-2034
Agenda:
Called Meeting-8:30 AM
1. Call to order.
2. Establishment of quorum.
3. Approval of supplemental appraisal rolls for: 2
2013 Supplement # s 42 thru 62
2012 Supplement #s 90 thru. 97
2011 Supplement #s 87 thru. 91
2010 Supplement #s 107 thru. 110
2009 Supplement #s 124 thru. 126
4. Finalize the approval of the Hearing Procedures.
5. Review the ARB Survey.
6. Hear appointments as scheduled:
09:00 am Curanovic, John MD
09:00 am Edo Japan
09:00 am European Wax Center
09:00 am KE Cellars Winery
09:00 am Medtronic USA Inc
10:30 am Reeder Enterprises Inc
10:30 am Rockwall Cycling
10:30 am Silva, Bertha
10:30 am Singh, Gurdarshan
10:30 am Temunovic Partnership LTD
10:30 am United Parmaount Tax Group (Agent)
Lunch
1:30 pm Turner, Danny & Samantha
7. Adjournment.

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. 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.


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Agency Name: Central Counties Center for MHMR Services
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 304 South 22nd Street
City Location: Temple
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002743
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Eldon Tietje, Executive Director Phone (254) 298-7007 Fax (254) 298-7011
Agenda:
THE SUBJECT(S) OF THE MEETING WILL BE:

REGULAR SESSION:
1. Call to Order.
2. Introduction of Guests.
3. Review of Board Calendar.
4. Approval of March 25, 2014 Regular
Session Meeting Minutes.
5. Approval of Quality
Management/Utilization Management
Plan.
6. Citizen Comments.
7. Personnel Matters.
8. Approval of Two New Early Childhood
Intervention Positions.
9. Approval of Three New Intellectual
and Developmental Disabilities
Positions.
10. Reclassification of Licensed Mental
Health Practitioner of the Healing
Arts (LPHA.
11. Fiscal Matters.
12. Approval of FY 2014 Budget
Adjustments.
13. Approval of Investment Policies.
14. Special Reports
15. Progress Report Goals and
Objectives.
16. Temple Day Program.
17. Update on Department of Health
Services Site Visit Review.
18. 1115 Waiver Status Update.
19. State Mental Health Facilities
Utilization Report.
20 Program Performance Progress
Reports (ECI, IDD, & MH).
21. Executive Session.
22. Reconvene Into Open Session.
23. Executive Director Comments
24. Legislative and Other Budget Issues.
25. Renovation Projects.
26. Board of Trustee Comments/Meeting
Effectiveness Feedback.
27. Adjournment.

CERTIFICATION:
Eldon Tietje, Executive Director, and Ann Hicks, Agency Liaison of Central Counties Center, Agency ID 799, certify that we have reviewed this document and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.


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Agency Name: Rio Grande Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Regional Criminal Justice Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 8037 Lockheed, Ste. 100
City Location: El Paso
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002538
Submit Date: 04/08/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Marisa Quintanilla, Regional Services Director
Agenda:

Regional Criminal Justice Advisory Committee Meeting
April 22, 2014
9:30 a.m. (MDT)

Rio Grande Council of Governments
Main Conference Room
8037 Lockheed, Ste. 100
El Paso, Texas 79925

AGENDA
1. Call Meeting to Order

2. Roll Call and Determination of Quorum

3. Approval of the minutes the meeting held on December 5, 2013

4. FY2015 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG), by Annette Gutierrez
THIS IS AN INFORMATION ITEM; NO ACTION IS REQUIRED
FY 2015 JAG Funding Allocation

5. FY2015 No Scale Score Sheet, by Marisa Quintanilla
THIS IS AN INFORMATION ITEM; NO ACTION IS REQUIRED
Review and discuss the new scoring instrument

6. Conflict of Interest Rule, by Joe Gonzalez
THIS IS AN INFORMATION ITEM; NO ACTION IS REQUIRED
Review the conflict of interest rule

7. JA-Juvenile Justice Delinquency and Prevention
Discuss and Act upon as Needed

1) Application No: 2576503
El Paso County (Juvenile Probation Department)
Project Hope-Juvenile Mental Health Court
Presenter: Judge Maria Leyva-Ligon
Time: 10:00a.m.
2) Application No.: 2582003
El Paso County (El Paso County Attorney s Office)
Teen Intervention and Prevention Program
Presenter: Ms. Laura L. Christopherson

Time: 10:15a.m.
3) Application No.: 2592103
Fabens Independent School District
Project ABLE (Art Brokers Learning Experiences)
Presenter: Ms. Julie Ortiz
Time: 10:30a.m.
8. DJ-Criminal Justice Programs
Discuss and Act upon as Needed

1) Application No: 1984408
Hudspeth County (Sheriff s Office)
Operation Border Star
Presenter: Captain Robert Wilson
Time: 10:45a.m.
2) Application No.: 1986008
El Paso County (Sheriff s Office)
El Paso County Border Crime Initiative-Border Star
Present: Lt. Dennis Georgens & Sgt. Emmanuel Soria
Time: 11:00a.m.
3) Application No.: 2578403
Horizon City, Town of (Police Department)
Communication Improvement Project
Presenter: Chief Michael McConnell
Time: 11:15a.m.
4) Application No.: 2693402
Jeff Davis County (El Paso Sheriff s Office)
Border Star Patrol Augmentation
Presenter: Sheriff Rick Mcivor
Time: 11:30a.m.
5) Application No.: 2764901
El Paso, City of (Police Department)
JAG FY2015 COMSAR
Presenter: Commander Steven Lopez
Time: 11:45a.m.
6) Application No.: 2767101
Clint, Town of (Police Department)
Law Enforcement: Unit Improvements
Presenter: Chief Pedro Hernandez
Time: 12:00p.m.
7) Application No.: 2773301
Anthony, Town of (Police Department)
Border Crime Deterrent
Presenter: Chief Carlos Enriquez
Time: 12:45p.m.
8) Application No.: 2817301
Brewster County (Sheriff s Office)
Operation Border Star-Brewster County
Presenter: Sheriff Ronny Dodson

Time: 1:00p.m.
9) Application No.: 2829201
Socorro, City of (Police Department)
Network Upgrade Project
Presenter: Mr. Anibal Olague
Time: 1:15p.m.
9. RCJAC will review, score and prioritize both fund sources applications. The Regional Priority list will be presented to RGCOG Board of Directors for approval on April 25th, 2014

10. Other Business

11. Adjournment



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Agency Name: Brazos Valley Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Brazos Valley Regional Advisory Council-Board Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 3991 E 29th Street
City Location: Bryan
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002879
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Antoinette McCormick
Agenda:


I. Call to Order
II. Introductions
III. Approval of March 28, 2014 Minutes
IV. Financial Report
A. Tax Preparation
V. Action Items
A. Consider for Approval the Memorandum of Agreement listing terms and charges for reimbursement to the member agency for the use of MMUs in non-RAC and RAC events
B. Consider for Approval amending budget allocations
C. Consider for Approval funding CISM II training for Brazos Valley Region
D. Consider for Approval funding for Off. Rhonda Seaton to attend CISM II Train the Trainer certification course
E. Consider for Approval funding educational conferences or training attendance
F. Consider for Approval funding GETAC attendance
G. Consider for Approval the hiring of a summer intern to assist with Board data collection and revision projects
H. Consider for Approval removing member agencies from membership roles for non-payment of dues
I. Consider for Approval funding to produce a video to be used in BVRAC recruiting and public relations.
J. Consider for Approval the appointment of Dr. Pickett to the System QI position of the Board of Directors
VI. Executive Directors Report
A. Travel Pre-Authorization and Reimbursement Process
B. LPG Grant Regional Projects
C. EMS County status Receipts for reimbursement
VII. Open Forum
A. DSHS Stroke Data Collection Project update
B. DSHS Essential Criteria and Trauma System Plan projects udate
C. Mass Fatality hospital data
VIII. Important Dates
A. April 24 - ICS 400 Advanced Incident Command System 0800-1700 - CEOC
B. April 28-30 SAFVIC Training 0800-1700 Brazos Co S.O. at BVCOG
C. April 30 ACLS 0830 Blinn College
D. May 1- BVHCC - BVCOG
E. May 12-14 Emergency Management Conference - San Antonio
F. May 14-16 GETAC - Austin Crowne Plaza, Austin
G. May 23 BVRAC Board Meeting
H. June 24 General Assembly Nomination of Officers and Board of Directors
IX. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Brazos Valley Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 3:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Brazos Valley Regional Advisory Council General Assembly
Status: Active
Street Location: 3991 E 29th Street
City Location: Bryan
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002880
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Antoinette McCormick
Agenda:

I. Call to Order
II. Introductions
III. Approval of February 25, 2014 Minutes
IV. Guest Presentation Kevin Barrera, Sovereign Medical, Inc
V. Financial Report
VI. Action Items
A. Consider for Approval the Memorandum of Agreement listing terms and charges for reimbursement to a member agency for the use of MMUs
B. Consider for Approval the appointment of Brandy Lapaglia and Greg Wooten as Co-Chairs of the Hospital Care and Management & Acute Care Committee
C. Consider for Approval the hiring of a summer intern to assist with Board data collection and revision projects
D. Consider for Approval amending budget allocations
E. Consider for Approval funding for Off. Rhonda Seaton to attend CISM II Train the Trainer certification course
F. Consider for Approval removing member agencies from membership roles for non-payment of dues
G. Consider for Approval funding to produce a video to be used in BVRAC recruiting and public relations
H. Consider for Approval the appointment of Dr. Pickett to the System QI position of the Board of Directors
VII. Committee Reports
A. Pre-Hospital
B. Hospital Care and Management/Acute Care
C. Injury Prevention
D. Education
E. Systems QI/Physician s Advisory
F. Health Care Coalition - BVHCC
VIII. Executive Directors Report
A. EMTF-7 South Padre Island Exercise update
B. Mass Fatality Project update: Symposium, Lt. Grossman, Joe Serio
C. EMS County Submit receipts for reimbursement
IX. Open Forum
X. Important Dates
A. April 24 ICS 400 Advanced Incident Command System 0800-1700 - CEOC
B. April 28-30 SAFVIC Training 0800-1700 - BVCOG
C. April 30 - ACLS 0830 - Blinn College
D. May 1 BVHCC - BVCOG
D. May 12-14 Emergency Management Conference San Antonio
E. May 23 BVRAC Board meeting
E. June 24 General Assembly Nominations of Officers and Board of Directors
XI. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region 1
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1900 West Schunior
City Location: Edinburg
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002803
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: N/A
Agenda:
Notice of Regular Meeting

The Board of Trustees
Region One Education Service Center



A Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of Region One Education Service Center will be held Tuesday, April 22, 2014, beginning at 11:00 AM in the Executive Board Room, Region One Education Service Center, 1900 West Schunior, Edinburg, Texas.

At any time during the course of this meeting, the Board of Directors may retire to Executive Session under Texas Government Code, Section 551.071 (2) to confer with its legal counsel on any subject matter in this agenda in which the duty of the Region One Education Service Center s attorney to the Region One Education Service Center s Board of Directors, under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas, clearly conflicts with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. At any time during the course of this meeting the Board of Directors may retire to Executive Session to deliberate on any subject slated for discussion at this meeting, as may be permitted under one or more of the exceptions to the Open Meetings Act set forth in Title 5, Subtitle A, Chapter 551, Subchapter D of the Texas Government Code.

AT THIS MEETING THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MAY DELIBERATE ON AND TAKE ANY ACTION DEEMED APPROPRIATE BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ON THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS:

1. Call to Order
2. Invocation
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Public Comment
5. Executive Director s Report
A. Summer Work Schedule (Dr. Cornelio Gonzalez)
B. TASB Risk Management Award (Dr. Cornelio Gonzalez / Mark Wallace)
C. Board Conference Report (Dr. Cornelio Gonzalez)
D. Personnel Matters New Hires, Resignations, Retirements
E. Check Register
6. Canvassing of Ballots for Places 2 and 5 of the Region One ESC Board of Directors
CONSENT AGENDA: (Items marked with an asterisk (*) are considered for Board action as part of the consent agenda.)
7. *Minutes of the February 24, 2014 Board of Directors Meeting
8. *Budget Amendments for February and March, 2014
9. *Expenditure Reports as of March 31, 2014
10. *Region One ESC Child Nutrition Program-South Texas Cooperative Wireless
Temperature Monitoring Systems, Proposal 14-02-13
11. *Region One ESC Child Nutrition Program-South Texas Cooperative Food
Service Full Line Items, Proposal 11-04-07, Extension
12. *Region One ESC Child Nutrition Program-South Texas Cooperative Discounted
Warehouse, Proposal 11-04-08, Extension
13. *Region One ESC Child Nutrition Program-South Texas Cooperative Equipment
and Kitchen Wares, Proposal 11-04-09, Extension
14. *Region One ESC Child Nutrition Program-South Texas Cooperative Dairy and
Juice Products (Region 2 area), Proposal 11-04-10, Extension
15. *Region One ESC Child Nutrition Program-South Texas Cooperative Dispensed
Products, Proposal 12-04-20, Extension
16. *Region One ESC Child Nutrition Program-South Texas Cooperative Janitorial
Supplies, Paper and Plastic Products, Proposal 12-04-21, Extension
17. *Region One Purchasing Cooperative Meal Catering Services, Proposal 14-02-10
18. *Region One Purchasing Cooperative General Merchandise and School Related
Products, Proposal 14-02-11
19. *Region One Purchasing Cooperative Grant Evaluator and Other Consultants,
Qualifications 14-02-12
20. *Region One Purchasing Cooperative Audio Visual Contract Services, Proposal
11-04-13, Extension
21. *Region One Purchasing Cooperative Efficiency Services, Proposal 11-04-14,
Extension
22. *Region One Purchasing Cooperative Décor Services and Merchandise, Proposal
11-05-15, Extension
23. *Region One Purchasing Cooperative Maintenance Department Building
Material, Hardware, Supplies and Equipment, Proposal 11-05-16, Extension
24. *Web and Mobile Devise Application Development Service, Qualifications 12-
02-15, Extension
DISCUSSION & ACTION ITEMS:
25. Change Order #002 for Reduction of Contract Total for Science Lab Project
26. Substantial Completion of Region One ESC Science Lab Project
27. Resignation of Region One ESC Board of Directors, Place 6
28. Place 6 Vacancy, Region One ESC Board of Directors
29. Executive Session: Personnel matters pursuant to Section 551.074 of the Texas Government Code regarding the Evaluation of the Executive Director and Discussion of Contract, Salary and Benefits
30. Action on Item Discussed in Executive Session: Consideration and action to take action on the Executive Director s Contract, Salary and Benefits as discussed in Executive Session.
31. Suggestions for Future Meeting Agendas
32. Announcements
A. Upcoming Region One ESC Conferences
Region One ESC 20th Annual Technology Conference May 13-15, 2014 South Padre Island Convention Center
B. Upcoming Board Conferences
Region One School Board Association Conference May 16-17, 2014 South Padre Island Convention Center
TASB Summer Leadership Institutes June 19-21, 2014, San Antonio, TX
June 26-28, 2014, Fort Worth, TX
C. Upcoming Events for May and June, 2014
D. Complimentary Correspondence
33. Adjournment

The notice for this meeting was posted in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act on: Thursday, April 17, 2014.

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Executive Director


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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region IX
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Region 9 ESC Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 301 Loop 11
City Location: Wichita Falls
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002729
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Anne Poplin, Executive Director 940-322-6928 or anne.poplin@esc9.net
Agenda:
AGENDA
The Board of Directors of Region 9 Education Service Center will hold a director s meeting at 12:30 PM on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 in the Baylor Boardroom of the Region 9 ESC Building at 301 Loop 11 in Wichita Falls, Texas. At that meeting the Board may deliberate or act on any of the subjects listed on the following agenda. The Chairman may change the order of the items listed below for the convenience of the board.
Quorum
1. Call to Order
2. Invocation
3. Minutes
A. Approval of Minutes of February 26, 2014 Meeting
4. Request for Audience/Open Forum
5. Action Items
A. Business Items
(1) Administer Oath of Office to Elected and Appointed Board Members - Ms. Lou Jaggers, Mr. Jerry Johnson, and Mr. Robert Russell, Jr.
(2) Annual Filing by Board Members of "Conflict of Interest Disclosure" Forms
(3) Appointment of Nominating Committee for Reorganization of the Board
(4) Head Start Action and Information Items
a. Report from Policy Council Liaison to the Board
b. Approval of Budget Allocations for Sequestration/COLA 2013-2014
c. Approval of Supplemental Application for 2013-2014
d. Approval of Budget Allocations for 2014-2015
e. Review of School Readiness Goal Update
f. Review of Head Start Personnel
g. Review of Program Information Summaries - Site Reports
h. Review of Program Enrollment/Attendance/Income/Disability Reports
I. Review of Report from the USDA
j. Review of Communication from the Office of Head Start
k. Review of Ongoing Monitoring (Fiscal & Program) - See Exhibit A
l. Other
(5) Approval of Cash Financial Reports - Comparison of Revenues to Budgets, Comparison of Expenditures and Encumbrances to Budgets, Report of Receivables - February and March 2014, and Comparison of Head Start Budget to Expenditures by Site - January and February 2014
(6) Report on Investment Funding for February and March 2014 (Information Only)
(7) Approval of Fiscal Year 2013-14 Budget Amendments (Funds:167-4)
(8) Report of Fiscal Year 2013-14 Budget Amendments (Information Only) (Funds: 284-4, 286-4, 425-4, 773-4)
(9) Report of Fiscal Year 2013-14 New Budgets (Information Only) (Funds: 288-4 and 377-4)
(10) Report of Fiscal Year 2014-15 New Budgets (Information Only) (Funds: 284-5 and 286-5)
(11) Review and Approve as Appropriate Board Investment Policy & Investment Strategy
(12) Approval of Renewal of Depository Contract with State National Bank
(13) Issue Board Resolution #2: 2013-2014 for Extending Depository Contract for Funds of Independent School Districts Under Texas Education Code, Chapter 45, Subchapter G, School District Depositories
(14) Enter Executive Session for the Purpose of Personnel Matters as Set Forth in the Texas Government Code: 551:074 - Annual Evaluation of the Executive Director
(15) Approval of Employment Contract of Executive Director
6. Information/Discussion Items
A. Correspondence
(1) Letter of Appreciation for Christian Avera
(2) Letters of Appreciation for ESC Staff
B. 2014-15 ESC Calendar
C. Next Board Meeting will be Wednesday, June 25, 2014
7. Adjournment
In accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act (subchapters D and E of Ch. 551, Tex. Gov t. Code), the board may enter closed meeting to deliberate any subject authorized by Subchapter D that is listed on the agenda for this meeting. Any final action, decision, or vote on a subject deliberated in closed meeting will be taken in an open meeting held in compliance with Texas Open Meetings Act.

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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region XIII
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 5701 Springdale Road
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002836
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Terry Smith Executive Director 512.919.5301
Agenda:
EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER REGION 13
Board of Directors' Meeting
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
9:00 AM
5701 Springdale Road, Austin, Texas
AGENDA
I.
Call to Order
II.
Roll Call
III.
Introduction of Guests
IV.
Audience(s)
A.
Public comments
V.
Program Report: New Teacher and Principal Evaluation System Presenter: Lauralee Pankonien/Ed Vara
VI.
Approval of Minutes (regular meeting of March 25, 2014) Presenter: Terry Smith
VII.
Action Items
A.
Approve Budget Amendment 2013 - 2014 Presenter: Terry Smith/Frank Haby
B.
Consider Approval of Compensation Plan Presenter: Terry Smith/Frank Haby
C.
Personnel Appointments and Exits Presenter: Terry Smith
VIII.
Discussion Items
A.
Financial Report Presenter: Terry Smith/Frank Haby
B.
Investment Report Presenter: Terry Smith/Frank Haby
C.
Changes to Calculations for Administrative Costs and Building Use Presenter: Terry Smith/Frank Haby
D.
Proposed Salary & Benefits 2014-2015 Presenter: Terry Smith/Frank Haby
IX.
Information Items
A.
Regular meeting of board of directors Tuesday, May 27, 2014 (optional) or Tuesday,June 24, 2014.
B.
Facility Update
C.
Solar Array Project Presenter: Terry Smith/Frank Haby
D.
Executive Director Reporting
1.
State Auditors' Office update
2.
Chapter 8 Rules
3.
Other Presenter: Terry Smith
E.
Board comments
X.
Adjourn
If during the course of the meeting, any discussion of any item on the agenda should be held in executive or
closed session, the Board will convene in such executive or closed session in accordance with the Open
Meetings Act, Texas Government Code Chapter 551

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Agency Name: Gulf Bend Center
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 6502 Nursery Drive, Suite 100
City Location: Victoria
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002755
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Agnes Moeller, Administrative Assistant 361-582-2309 amoeller@gulfbend.org
Agenda:
14.07.01. Invocation/Pledge of Allegiance/Quorum/Recognition of Guests

14.07.02. Citizens' Comments/Communications

14.07.03. Consideration of and/or Action to Approve Minutes of the March 25, 2014 Meeting

14.07.04. Executive Director's Report
Development Report
Community Relations Report
Board Reappointment
2014 Victoria County United Way Proposal
Employee Appreciation Event - May 16, 2014
Texas Council Annual Conference - June 18-20, 2014

14.07.05. Consideration of and/or Action to Accept Financial Report, March 2014

14.07.06. Consideration of and/or Action to Approve FY 2014 Budget Amendment

14.07.07. Consideration of and/or Action to Accept Investment Officer's Report for the Quarter Ending March 31, 2014

14.07.08. Consideration of and/or Action to Execute Resolution Authorizing the Borrowing of Two Million Dollars from American Bank, N.A.

14.07.09. Consideration of and/or Action to Re-appoint Member to the Center's Planning Network Advisory Committee (PNAC)

14.07.10. Consideration of and/or Action to Adopt a Proclamation Declaring May Mental Health Month and Designating May 8, 2014 National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day

14.07.11. Receive Update on Wellness Community Project

14.07.12. Receive Update Regarding 1115 Waiver Projects

14.07.13. Routine Reports
Woolson Real Estate Report, March 2014
Human Resource Management Report, March 2014
Risk Management Report, March 2014

14.07.14. Board Information and Training

14.07.15. Adjournment

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Agency Name: Permian Basin Regional Planning Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Criminal Justice Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 2910 La Force Blvd
City Location: Midland
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002474
Submit Date: 04/04/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Cheryl Keith, P.O. Box 60660, Midland, TX 79711 (432)262-4909, e-mail: ckeith@pbrpc.org
Agenda:
PERMIAN BASIN REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION
CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING
TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 2014
9:30 AM
2910 LAFORCE BOULEVARD, MIDLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
AGENDA

I. CALL MEETING TO ORDER


II. WELCOME


III. REVIEW NEW SCORING SHEET


IV. JUSTICE ASSISTANCE PRESENTATIONS


V. VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN PRESENTATIONS


VI. GENERAL VICTIMS ASSISTANCE PRESENTATIONS



ADJOURN


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Agency Name: Panhandle Regional Planning Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Panhandle Regional Criminal Justice Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 415 West Eighth Avenue
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002475
Submit Date: 04/04/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: John Kiehl @ (806) 372-3381
Agenda:
AGENDA

1. CALL TO ORDER


2. OVERVIEW OF THE GENERAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE AND JUVENILE JUSTICE GRANT PROGRAMS AND SCORING PROCESS
Presentation by PRPC staff.

3. PRESENTATION BY APPLICANTS FOR FY 2015 JAG AND JJDP FUNDS
Applicant presentations for FY 2015 Victim Services Funds will be made in the following order. Applicants are asked to keep their presentations to five minutes. Thank you.
JAG APPLICANTS FUNDS REQUESTED PRESENTATION TIME
Sherman County $ 17,337.00 2:00 2:10
City of Pampa $ 12,669.00 2:10 2:20
City of Friona $ 19,172.00 2:20 2:30
Hutchinson County $ 30,083.20 2:30 2:40
City of Hereford $ 19,500.00 2:40 2:50
City of Spearman $ 25,000.00 2:50 3:00
$123,761.00
BREAK The CJAC will recess for a 10 minute break.

JJDPAPPLICANTS FUNDS REQUESTED PRESENTATION TIME
Swisher County $ 34,912.00 3:00 3:10
Highland Park ISD $ 33,620.00 3:10 3:20
Canyon ISD $ 54,274.00 3:30 3:40
City of Friona $ 15,913.40 3:40 3:50
Childress ISD $70,095.00 3:50 4:00
208,814.00


4. CJAC PRIORITIZATION OF FY 2015 APPLICATIONS
The CJAC will prioritize the Panhandle Region s FY 2015 JAG and JJDP applications.


5. SCHEDULING OF NEXT MEETING

6. MISCELLANEOUS

7. ADJOURNMENT


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Agency Name: Johnson County Special Utility District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 5:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2849 S Hwy 171
City Location: Cleburne
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002790
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: P.O. Box 509 Cleburne, TX 76033 Ph: 817-760-5200 Fax: 817-760-5238 Email: lireland@jcsud.com
Agenda:
1. Call to Order
2. Determine Quorum
3. Invocation
4. Open Forum

5. § Consent Items:
a. Approve Minutes of SUD Regular Board Meeting of March 25, 2014
b. Approve Financial Report for March 2014
c. Approve Resolutions and Authorize New Signatory List for Financial Activities with the Investment Pool Entities, Pinnacle Bank, and First Financial Bank

6. Consider Approval for the 2013 Annual Financial Report

7. Consider Approval of the 2014 Wastewater Master Plan and the 2014 Water Master Plan

8. Consider Recommendation for Long-Term Temporary Assignment of Raw Water Capacity

9. Reports: Staff
Directors
Committees

10. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Johnson County Special Utility District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 4:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2849 S Hwy 171
City Location: Cleburne
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002788
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: P.O. Box 509 Cleburne, TX 76033 Ph: 817-760-5200 Fax: 817-760-5238 Email: lireland@jcsud.com
Agenda:
WORKSHOP GUIDELINES
THE SUBJECT MATTER OF THIS WORKSHOP SESSION IS AS FOLLOWS:
REVIEW OF POSTED AGENDA ITEMS SCHEDULED TO BE CONSIDERED
AT THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THIS WORKSHOP


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Agency Name: Kempner Water Supply Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Personnel Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 11986 E Hwy 190
City Location: Kempner
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002824
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Delores Goode, P O Box 103, Kempner, TX 76539 5112-932-3701
Agenda:

Personnel Committee Meeting of the Kempner WSC
at the Corporation s Office at 11986 E Hwy 190, Kempner, TX 76539
Tuesday, April 22, 2014, 1:00 PM

The public is hereby notified that notices for all regular and special meetings of Kempner Water Supply Corporation do not distinguish between matters to be discussed in open or closed session of the meeting. The Kempner Water Supply Corporation board of directors may, at any time during the Meeting, close the Meeting and hold an Executive Session to discuss any matter listed on the agenda if a closed session is authorized by the 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), and 551.087 (economic development).
Reasonable accommodation for the disabled attending this meeting will be available; persons with disabilities in need of special assistance at the meeting should contact the General Manager at 512-932-3701.


1) Open Session (Thirty (30) minutes maximum).
It is the policy of the KWSC Board to hold open board meetings using the following guidelines:
Agendas will be provided to guests at the beginning of the meetings.
Limited to 3 minutes per speaker and 10 minutes for groups.
Guests may comment to the board only at the designated Open Session section on the agenda or when the board requests public comment.

2) Discussion and review of Employee Handbook.
3) Discussion and review of Employment Policies.
4) Adjourn.



I, Delores Goode, General Manager of Kempner Water Supply Corporation, Kempner, TX, do hereby certify that this Notice of Meeting was posted with the Secretary of State, Lampasas County Courthouse and on the front door of the Corporation s Office at 11986 E Hwy 190, Kempner, TX, at a place readily accessible to the general public at all times, on the 17th day of April, 2014.


__________________________________________
Delores Goode, General Manager


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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: BOARD OF DIRECTORS'
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002893
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josi Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214/749-3264
Agenda:
Dallas Area Rapid Transit
6:30 P.M. BOARD OF DIRECTORS' MEETING
Tuesday, April 22, 2014, - Board Room
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, TX 75202

General Items:
Approval of Minutes: April 8, 2014
Public Comments
2014 DART Raildeo/Roadeo Winner Proclamations
CAC Report on the April 17, 2014 Meeting

Items:
Approval of Cash Defeasance of Principal and Interest for Series 2008 Bonds Maturing December 1, 2014
(Budget and Finance - Paul N. Wageman/David Leininger)
Approval of Financial Standards for FY 2015 Budget and Twenty-Year Financial Plan Process
(Budget and Finance - Paul N. Wageman/David Leininger)
Adoption of FY 2015 Goals and Performance Measures (Jim Adams)

Other Items:
Public Comments
Adjournment

*Briefing Item
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: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Audit Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002887
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josi Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214-749-3264
Agenda:
Audit Committee Meeting
Tuesday, April 22, 2014, 12:30 p.m.
DART Conference Room B - 1st Floor
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, Texas 75202
(Estimated Meeting Time: 1 hour)

Approval of Minutes: February 25, 2014
FY 2013 Defined Benefit Retirement Plan Audit (Michael Cheney/Al Bazis) [15 minutes]
Substance Abuse Program Audit (Michael Cheney/Al Bazis) [10 minutes]
DART Corporate Card and Business Travel Audit
(Michael Cheney/Al Bazis) [5 minutes]
*Briefing on Status of Fiscal Year 2014 Internal Audit Plans
(Michael Cheney/Al Bazis) [5 minutes]
*Briefing on Status of Fiscal Year 2014 Internal Audit Budget
(Michael Cheney/Al Bazis) [5 minutes]
*Briefing on Contract Audit Recoveries (Michael Cheney/Al Bazis)
[5 minutes]
*Briefing on Follow Up Report on Prior Audit Report Action Items
(Michael Cheney/Al Bazis) [5 minutes]
*Briefing on the IT Change Control Process (Michael Cheney/Al Bazis)
[10 minutes]
Identification of Future Agenda Items
Adjournment
*Briefing Item
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 Michael Cheney
Vice Chair Randall Chrisman
Members Rick Stopfer
Staff Liaison Al Bazis

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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 5:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: COMMITTEE-OF-THE-WHOLE
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002892
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josi Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214/749-3264
Agenda:
Dallas Area Rapid Transit
COMMITTEE-OF-THE-WHOLE
Tuesday, April 22, 2014, 5:00 P.M. - Conference Room C
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, TX 75202
________________________________________
General Items:
1. Approval of Minutes: April 8, 2014
Items for Final Committee Consideration:
2. Approval of Cash Defeasance of Principal and Interest for Series 2008 Bonds Maturing December 1, 2014
(Budget and Finance Paul N. Wageman/David Leininger) [5 minutes]@
3. Approval of Financial Standards for FY 2015 Budget and Twenty-Year Financial Plan Process (Budget and Finance Paul N. Wageman/David Leininger)
[5 minutes]@
4. Adoption of FY 2015 Goals and Performance Measures (Jim Adams) [5 minutes]@


Items for Initial Committee Consideration:
5. Contract Award for the Overhaul of Electrical and Electronic Systems for Three
F-59PH Locomotives
(Operations, Safety & Security - Richard Carrizales/Tim McKay) [5 minutes]@
6. Contract Award for Web-based Software Development for the Veterans Transportation & Community Living Initiative
(Operations, Safety & Security Richard Carrizales/Carol Wise) [5 minutes]@
7. Contract Award for Light Duty Non-Revenue Vehicle Utility Trucks
(Operations, Safety & Security Richard Carrizales/Carol Wise) [5 minutes]@
8. Exercise a Contract Option for Trash Pick-Up and Disposal Services
(Operations, Safety & Security Richard Carrizales/Carol Wise) [5 minutes]@
9. Contract Award for the Purchase of a Ballast Regulator
(Operations, Safety & Security Richard Carrizales/Carol Wise) [5 minutes]@
10. Approval of Final Recommendations for 2014 Service Changes Associated with DFW Airport LRT Opening and Experimental Park Cities On Call and Arlington MAX Services (Planning Pamela Dunlop Gates/Tim McKay) [5 minutes]@
11. Adoption of FY 2014 Goals and Performance Measures (Jim Adams) [15 minutes]
Other Items:
12. Identification of Future Agenda Items
13. Adjournment




*Briefing item
+Same Night Board Approval Item
@ Unanimous Approval at Committee
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 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: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 4:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Executive Compensation Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002891
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josi Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214/749-3264
Agenda:
Executive Compensation Committee
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 - 4:00 p.m.
DART Conference Room B - 1st Floor
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, TX 75202

Approval of Minutes: April 8, 2014
Adoption of FY 2014 Goals and Performance Measures
Identification of Future Agenda Items
Adjournment



Chair Jim Adams
Members Michael Cheney, Pamela Dunlop Gates, Robert Strauss,
Paul N. Wageman, and Faye Moses Wilkins
Staff Liaison Nancy Johnson


*Briefing Item

The Executive Compensation 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.

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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Transit Oriented Development Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002888
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josi Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214/749-3264
Agenda:
Transit Oriented Development Committee Meeting
Tuesday, April 22, 2014, 1:30 p.m.
DART Conference Room C - 1st Floor
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, Texas 75202
(Estimated Meeting Time: 10 minutes)

Approval of Minutes: March 25, 2013
*Briefing on the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Policy and Draft TOD Process and Procedures (William Velasco/Tim McKay) [10 minutes]
Identification of Future Agenda Items
Adjournment



*Briefing Item

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
Vice Chair William Velasco
Members Richard Carrizales, Randall Chrisman,
Amanda Moreno Cross, Rick Stopfer, and Gary Slagel
Staff Liaison Tim McKay, and Jack Wierzenski

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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 2:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Planning Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002889
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josi Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214/749-3264
Agenda:
Planning Committee Meeting
Tuesday, April 22, 2014, 2:00 p.m.
DART Conference Room C - 1st Floor
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, Texas 75202
(Estimated Meeting Time: 1 hour)


Approval of Minutes: March 25, 2014 and April 8, 2014
Site-Specific Shuttle Service Agreement with Texas Instruments (Pamela Dunlop Gates/Tim McKay) [5 minutes]
*Briefing on Proposed Access Agreement for Star Transit
(Pamela Dunlop Gates/Tim McKay) [10 minutes]
*Briefing on the FTA Capital Investment Program
(Pamela Dunlop Gates/Tim McKay) [20 minutes]
*Briefing on the DART Service Plan
(Pamela Dunlop Gates/Tim McKay) [20 minutes]
*Briefing on Bus Shelter Status
(Pamela Dunlop Gates/Tim McKay) [5 minutes]
Identification of Future Agenda Items
Adjournment



*Briefing Item
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 Pamela Dunlop Gates
Vice Chair Gary Slagel
Members Richard Carrizales, Randall Chrisman,
Amanda Moreno Cross, Mark Enoch,
Paul N. Wageman, and Faye Moses Wilkins
Staff Liaison Tim McKay

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Agency Name: Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 3:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Rail Program Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1401 Pacific Avenue
City Location: Dallas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002890
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Josi Chavira, CAP, Board Committee Secretary 214/749-3264
Agenda:
Rail Program Committee Meeting
Tuesday, April 22, 2014, 3:00 p.m.
DART Conference Room C - 1st Floor
1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, Texas 75202
(Estimated Meeting Time: 40 minutes)

Approval of Minutes: March 25, 2014
Easement from City of Dallas to Valwood Improvement Authority and DART for the Construction, Operation, and Maintenance of a Railroad Bridge on the Madill Railroad Corridor and ILA between DART and Valwood for Construction and Funding of Railroad Bridge on the Madill Railroad Corridor (Faye Moses Wilkins/Tim McKay) [5 minutes]
Declare Public Necessity, Establish Just Compensation, and Authorize the Acquisition of Easements on Parcels SOC3-10(R), 14-5(E), and 14-7(E), Located in Dallas, Texas, for the South Oak Cliff Line Section-3 (SOC-3)
(Faye Moses Wilkins/Tim McKay) [5 minutes]
*Briefing on South Oak Cliff Blue Line Light Rail Extension (SOC-3) Project (Faye Moses Wilkins/Tim McKay) [10 minutes]
*Briefing on I-3 Orange Line Light Rail Extension Project
(Faye Moses Wilkins/Tim McKay) [10 minutes]
*Briefing on City of Dallas Streetcar Projects
(Faye Moses Wilkins/Tim McKay) [10 minutes]
Identification of Future Agenda Items
Adjournment

*Briefing Item

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 Faye Moses Wilkins
Vice Chair Pamela Dunlop Gates
Members Rick Stopfer, Mark Enoch, Gary Slagel,
William Velasco, and Paul N. Wageman
Staff Liaison Tim McKay

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Agency Name: Edwards Aquifer Authority
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Finance/Administrative Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 900 E. Quincy
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002862
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
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 a representative of Valley View Consulting on
investment activity for the first quarter of 2014.
D. Individual Consideration
D.1 Consider EAA staff recommendation to accept the unaudited
financial statements for March 2014.
D.2 Consider EAA staff recommendation to approve payment to Kemp
Smith for legal services for March 2014.
D.3 Consider EAA staff recommendation to amend the 2014 HCP
Operating Budget by increasing the appropriation for the
Ecological Modeling program by $141,752.
D.4 Consider EAA staff recommendation to approve an amendment to
the Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan Program FY2014
Program Funding Application for the Edwards Aquifer Authority, in
the amount of $141,752.
E. Staff Reports
E.1 Receive report from EAA staff on the Minority/Woman-owned
Business Enterprise activity for the first quarter of 2014.
E.2 Receive report from EAA staff on matters related to the
establishment of a non-profit entity.
E.3 Consider future meeting agendas.
F. Closed Session
G. Consider and take action on recommendation(s) regarding matters
deliberated in closed session.
H. Adjournment.

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Agency Name: Edwards Aquifer Authority
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Permits/Enforcement Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 900 E. Quincy
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002864
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
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 a forbearance
agreement with Deborah L. Weiblen for Edwards groundwater
withdrawal rights in the total amount of not less than $2,824.84,
and not to exceed $11,299.37, for the Voluntary Irrigation
Suspension Program Option in support of the Edwards Aquifer
Habitat Conservation Plan.
C.2 Consider EAA staff recommendation to approve a conversion of
base irrigation groundwater owned by SFD/Medio Creek Land
Partnership, Ltd., based on a change in land use.
C.3 Consider EAA staff recommendation to approve leases of permitted
Edwards groundwater rights with various permit holders in the
total amount of $16,301.40, for the Aquifer Storage and Recovery
Project of the San Antonio Water System in support of the Edwards
Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan.
D. Staff Reports
D.1 Receive report from EAA staff regarding Edwards Aquifer
withdrawals reported in 2013.
D.2 Receive report from EAA staff regarding the compliance approach
and settlement options for Edwards Aquifer groundwater permit
holders who exceed annual authorized withdrawal amounts
(over-pump).
D.3 Receive report from EAA staff regarding recent activities and status
of the Steel Flow Straighteners Installation Project and the Meter
Accuracy Verification Testing Project.
D.4 Consider future meeting agendas.
E. Closed Session
F. Consider and take action on recommendation(s) regarding matters
deliberated in closed session.
G. Adjournment.

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Agency Name: Edwards Aquifer Authority
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 900 E. Quincy
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002869
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Marc Friberg; 900 E. Quincy, San Antonio, TX 78215; (800) 292-1047
Agenda:
A. Call to Order Roll Call Pledge of Allegiance.
B. Public comment.
C. Individual Consideration
Consider EAA staff recommendation to: (1) modify the
single-member director district lines for Districts 5 and 6 in Bexar
County; (2) restate the single-member director district lines for
Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 in the portions of
Atascosa, Bexar, Caldwell, Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Medina, and
Uvalde Counties within the boundaries of the Edwards Aquifer
Authority; and (3) update, identify, and/or restate, as appropriate,
the county election precincts within the boundaries of Districts 1,
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15.
D. Closed Session.
The Board of Directors of the Edwards Aquifer Authority may go into a
closed session under the authority of the Government Code, Chapter 551,
Texas Open Meetings Act.
E. Consider recommendation(s) regarding matters discussed in closed
session.
F. Adjournment.

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Agency Name: Edwards Aquifer Authority
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 2:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Research & Technology Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 900 E. Quincy
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002865
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Geary Schindel; 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 Mr. Ed Oborny with Bio-West, Inc., regarding
the 2013 Comprehensive Biological Monitoring program for the
Comal and San Marcos Ecosystems.
D. Individual Consideration
D.1 Consider EAA staff recommendation to approve an amendment to
Contract 13-637-HCP, Predictive Ecological Model for the Comal
and San Marcos Ecosystems Project" with Bio-West, Inc., in the
amount of $760,350, and extending through December 31, 2016.
E. Staff Reports
E.1 Receive report from EAA staff on the status of the Uvalde County
Index Well (J-27).
E.2 Receive report from EAA staff on current aquifer conditions.
E.3 Consider future meeting agendas.
F. Closed Session
G. Consider and take action on recommendation(s) regarding matters
deliberated in closed session.
H. Adjournment.

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Agency Name: Edwards Aquifer Authority
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Aquifer Management Planning Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 900 E. Quincy
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002861
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ron Vaughn; 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 authorize the General
Manager to submit the EAA 2015 Edwards Aquifer Habitat
Conservation Plan (EAHCP) Annual Work Plans to the EAHCP
process.
E. Staff Reports
E.1 Consider future agenda items.
F. Closed Session
G. Consider and take action on recommendation(s) regarding matters
deliberated in closed session.
H. Adjournment.

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Agency Name: Edwards Aquifer Authority
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 3:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Ad Hoc Committee - Recharge
Status: Active
Street Location: 900 E. Quincy
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002867
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Brock Curry; 900 E. Quincy, San Antonio, TX 78215; (800) 292-1047
Agenda:
A. Call to Order
B. Public Comment
C. Committee Reports
D. Individual Consideration
E. Staff Reports
E.1 Receive report from EAA staff regarding the EAA's Aquifer
Recharge Storage and Recovery rules.
F. Closed Session
G. Consider and take action on recommendation(s) regarding matters
deliberated in closed session.
H. Adjournment.

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Agency Name: Central Texas Opportunities, Inc.
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 5:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2302 Commercial Ave.
City Location: Coleman
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002687
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Sylvia Wells www.ctoinc.org website
Agenda:
THE BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO GO INTO CLOSED SESSION AS AUTHORIZED BY THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT, TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 551.001 et seq., AND FOR THE REASONS STATED IN THE CODE

AGENDA
I. Roll Call &Call meeting to order
II. Invocation
III. Vision, Mission & Values

IV. NEW BUSINESS
A. March Minutes
B. 2011-2012 Amended Audit
C. EHS/HS 2014 COLA Budget
D. Written Plans-Health
Nutrition
E. Document Destruction Agreement Policy
F. Records Retention Policy
G. HOMES Reservation Resolution
H. Programmatic Monthly Report
I. Executive Director Search
J. Board Committee Selections

V. Staff Reports
A. Head Start Report
B. Community Services Report
C. Financial Report
D. Executive Director s Report

VI. Open Forum

VII. Adjourn Meeting


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Agency Name: Upper Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT AREA 8
Status: Active
Street Location: 1501 W. Henderson St.
City Location: Cleburne
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002499
Submit Date: 04/07/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ann Devenney, Office Manager UTGCD 817-523-5200
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT AREA 8

Notice is hereby given that the groundwater conservation districts located wholly or partially within Groundwater Management Area (GMA) 8, as designated by the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB), consisting of the Central Texas Groundwater Conservation District, Clearwater Underground Water Conservation District, Middle Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, North Texas Groundwater Conservation District, Northern Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District, Prairielands Groundwater Conservation District, Red River Groundwater Conservation District, Saratoga Underground Water Conservation District, Southern Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, and Upper Trinity Groundwater Conservation District will hold a Joint Planning meeting at 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, at the Cleburne Conference Center located at 1501 W. Henderson St., Cleburne, TX 76033. The meeting will be open to the public. The following items of business will be discussed:

1. Invocation.

2. Call meeting to order and establish quorum.

3. Welcome and introductions.

4. Public comment.

5. Approve minutes of January 21, 2014 GMA 8 meeting.

6. Consideration and possible action regarding the designation of an Administrative District, a Chair and Vice-Chair for the GMA 8 in accordance with the adopted administrative procedures.

7. Update and possible action on the Northern Trinity/Woodbine Aquifer GAM Overhaul Project.

8. Update and possible action regarding the development of Desired Future Conditions (DFCs).

9. Receive update on groundwater related legislation and other matters.

10. Set date, time, and place of next meeting and discuss agenda items.

11. Closing comments.

12. Adjourn.

Dated this 3rd day of April, 2014

Eddy Daniel, Chair
Groundwater Management Area 8

The above agenda schedules represent 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 (855) 426-4433 at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting to coordinate any special physical access arrangements.
At any time during the meeting or work session and in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernon s Texas Codes, Annotated, the Groundwater Management Area 8 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 gifts (§551.073); personnel matters (§551.074); and deliberation regarding security devices (§551.076). Any subject discussed in executive session may be subject to action during an open meeting.

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Agency Name: Lee County Water Supply Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Monthly Board Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 1598 South Leon St.
City Location: Giddings
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002795
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: none
Agenda:
LEE COUNTY WATER SUPPLY CORP.
P.O. BOX 8
1598 SOUTH LEON ST.
GIDDINGS, TX. 78942
979 542-6213
NOTICE OF MEETING

Notice is hereby given that Lee County Water Supply Corp. Directors will meet for the regular monthly meeting at the Corporation s office located at 1598 South Leon Street Giddings TX. on Tuesday April 22, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
Agenda as follows:

1. Call meeting to Order by Presiding Officer.
2. Roll call of Directors and establish a Quorum.
3. Welcome and recognize Visitors and Guests.
4. Public Comments (limit to 3 minutes and one speaker per issue).
5. Public Input on LCWSC Revised Drought Contingency Plan.
6. Approval of the Minutes from the Regular Monthly Meeting March 20, 2014, and the
Special Meeting March 27, 2014.
7. Review of the Financial Reports.
8. Managerial Reports:
a. Monthly Recap
b. Leak/Repair
c. Overtime
d. Director Reports
e. Engineers Report
f. Assistant Managers Report
g. Response to Paige VFD
h. Spritzer Property Update
i. Phase 10 Update
j. TRWA Workshop
9. Discuss and take action to adopt the Revised Drought Contingency Plan.
10. Convene into Executive Session in accordance with Texas Government Code Open
Meetings Act Section 551.071 regarding discussion of, or receipt of information
concerning the following item:
a. Easement and Settlement Agreement
11. Reconvene into Open Session.
12. Discuss and take action on settlement with Mr. Michael Simmang and related
entity concerning a new easement and settlement agreement.
13. Discussion of any item to be included on next monthly meeting agenda.
14. Adjournment of meeting.





Posted by: Jane Schimank Date: April 17, 2014


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Agency Name: Brush Country Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 408 W. Travis Brooks County Courthouse Annex
City Location: Falfurrias
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002848
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Felix Saenz
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING
OF THE
BRUSH COUNTRY GROUNDWATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
at the
Brooks County Annex Courtroom
408 West Travis Street
Falfurrias, Texas
Tuesday April 22, 2014 at 9:30 am
Public Meeting Agenda

1. Call to order, declare meeting open to the public, and take roll.

2. Discuss, consider, and act on minutes of the March 25, 2014 Board Meeting.

3. Discuss, consider, and act on General Manager s Report.
a. Duval County GCD Meeting on April 23, 2014
b. KCGCD Meeting on March 26, 2014 at 10:30 am
c. BCGCD Well Registry Follow up
1. Forty seven individuals registered wells (exempt wells) since March
Meeting
2. Eighty three well owners have not responded to registration requests;
sixteen of them were sent certified return receipt mail notices, since March
Meeting of which 2 responded; additionally 13 responded to certified request
submitted last month
3. Two hundred eighty five total wells registered so far
4. Worked on production permits for
a. AC Cuellar
b. Gruygurls Ptn LLC
c. Jim Wells County Freshwater District
d. Forbes Energy
e. Texas Energy
f. K-3/BMI Services
5. Attended Rio Bravo RC&D Meeting held in Falfurrias on March 27, 2014
6. Attended USDA Federal Agriculture Comm(FAC) Outreach Meeting held at Falfurrias USDA Service Center on 4/16/14

4. Discuss, consider, and act on production permit application on new irrigation well for Michael Weeks in Jim Wells County.

5. Discuss, consider, and act on hiring a groundwater consultant to assist general manager in developing plan to monitor water levels and water quality sampling on selective water wells within the district.

6. Discuss, consider, and act on approving expenses for financial investment officer to attend financial investment training at the TAGD Meeting to be held on May 27-28, 2014

7. Discuss, consider, and act on approving BCGCD Financial Statement Report for 1st Quarter 2014

8. Discuss, consider, and act on payment of bills.

9. Discuss, consider and act on assisting EPA Personnel in locating landowners willing to allow EPA to do water quality sampling on their wells that adjoin the Mestena Uranium Mine located in Brooks County.

10. Discuss 2014 South Texas Water Symposium at the Solomon Ortiz Convention Center in Corpus Christi, Tx on April 24, 2014. Register on line at www.corpuschristichamber.org.

11. Discuss, consider, and act on GMA 16 Issues.
a. GMA 16 meeting on April 22, 2014

12. Review report on distribution of tax revenues by collecting entities.

13. Review and discuss correspondence received.
a. Brooks County Appraisal District notice of availability of 2014 appraisal rolls

14. Discuss, consider, and act on date and time for next meeting of Board of Directors.

15. Discuss, consider, and act on new business for next meeting agenda.

16. Public comment.

17. Adjourn.





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) 325 5093 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 Brush Country 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.


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Agency Name: Prairielands Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Joint Planning Committee (GMA 8 GCDs)
Status: Active
Street Location: 1501 W. Henderson St.
City Location: Cleburne
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002505
Submit Date: 04/07/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Carmen Catterson, 1-855-426-4433
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING
GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT AREA 8

Notice is hereby given that the groundwater conservation districts located wholly or partially within Groundwater Management Area (GMA) 8, as designated by the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB), consisting of the Central Texas Groundwater Conservation District, Clearwater Underground Water Conservation District, Middle Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, North Texas Groundwater Conservation District, Northern Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District, Prairielands Groundwater Conservation District, Red River Groundwater Conservation District, Saratoga Underground Water Conservation District, Southern Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, and Upper Trinity Groundwater Conservation District will hold a Joint Planning meeting at 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, at the Cleburne Conference Center located at 1501 W. Henderson St., Cleburne, TX 76033. The meeting will be open to the public. The following items of business will be discussed:

1. Invocation.
2. Call meeting to order and establish quorum.
3. Welcome and introductions.
4. Public comment.
5. Approve minutes of January 21, 2014 GMA 8 meeting.
6. Consideration and possible action regarding the designation of an Administrative District, a Chair and Vice-Chair for the GMA 8 in accordance with the adopted administrative procedures.
7. Update and possible action on the Northern Trinity/Woodbine Aquifer GAM Overhaul Project.
8. Update and possible action regarding the development of Desired Future Conditions (DFCs).
9. Receive update on groundwater related legislation and other matters.
10. Set date, time, and place of next meeting and discuss agenda items.
11. Closing comments.
12. Adjourn.

Dated this 3rd day of April, 2014
Eddy Daniel, Chair
Groundwater Management Area 8

The above agenda schedules represent 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 (855) 426-4433 at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting to coordinate any special physical access arrangements.

At any time during the meeting or work session and in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernon s Texas Codes, Annotated, the Groundwater Management Area 8 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 gifts (§551.073); personnel matters (§551.074); and deliberation regarding security devices (§551.076). Any subject discussed in executive session may be subject to action during an open meeting.




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Agency Name: Austin Community College
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Campus Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 3401 Webberville Road, Bldg. 8000, Room 8111
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002885
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Rhonda Fenner 512-223-7613
Agenda:
Campus Advisory Committee (CAC) Meeting
EASTVIEW CAMPUS
AGENDA
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Building 8000, Room 8111
10:00 a.m. ¡V 12:00 p.m.

10:00 ¡V 10:15 a.m.
1. Welcome
h Introduction of Members/Attendees
h Refreshments
h Agenda Review
Ms. Yvonne Van-Dyke,
Eastview CAC Chair

Discussion/Possible Action

10:15 ¡V 10:20 a.m.
2. Approval of November 15, 2013
Meeting Minutes
Ms. Yvonne Van-Dyke
Eastview CAC Chair

10:20 ¡V 10:40 a.m.
3. Report and Discussion on
Eastview Campus
Mr. William Mullane, Executive
Director, Facilities & Construction

10:40 ¡V 11:00 a.m.
4. Report and Discussion on the
Potential ACC Bond Election
Mr. William Mullane, Executive
Director, Facilities & Construction
Dr. Mary Hensley, Executive
Vice President, College Operations

11:00 ¡V 11:45 a.m.
5. Other Discussion, Questions and
Answers
Ms. Yvonne Van-Dyke,
Eastview CAC Chair

11:45 a.m. ¡V 12:00 p.m.
6. Review of Board of Trustees Policy
B-7, Board Advisory Committees;
CAC By-Laws; Election, Eastview
CAC Chair and Vice Chair
Ms. Yvonne Van-Dyke
Eastview CAC Chair
Dr. Mary Hensley, Executive
Vice President, College Operations

12:00 p.m.
7. Adjournment

CAC Website: http://www.austincc.edu/cac/


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Agency Name: Blinn College
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Blinn College Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 802 Green Street
City Location: Brenham
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002807
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Debra D. Groves, Administrative Assistant, Government & Public Affairs
Agenda:
AGENDA
BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF BLINN COLLEGE

Board Room
Third Floor, Administration Building
Blinn College, 802 Green Street
Brenham, Texas

Regular Meeting, Tuesday, April 22, 2014, 6:30 p.m.

NOTE: The subjects to be discussed or considered or upon which any formal action may be taken are as follows (Note: Items do not have to be considered in same order as shown on meeting notice):

1. Call Meeting to Order, Invocation and Pledge to the American and Texas Flags


REPORTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OTHER NON-ACTION ITEMS:

2. Reading of a Resolution for the 2014 National Championship Cheer and Dance Teams

3. Board President Response to Public Comment from March 25, 2014, Meeting

4. District President Administrative Announcements

5. Brazos County Campuses Update

6. Reports:

(A) Livestock Judging Team and Ag Club Awards
(B) Sealy Campus
(C) Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges - Reaffirmation Update
(D) Quality Enhancement Plan
(E) Student Life
(F) Buildings and Grounds

7. Public Comment

8. Review of Financial Statement and List of Checks for the Period Ending March 31, 2014


CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS:

All items listed in this portion of the agenda are considered to be routine by the Board of Trustees and will be enacted upon one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Trustee so requests; in which event, the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered in the Regular Agenda. Trustees receive agenda materials in advance of the meeting to prepare for the business to be conducted.

9. Review and Possible Action to Approve the Minutes for the March 25, 2014, Regular Meeting

10. Review and Possible Action to Accept a Gift to the College of HVAC Equipment for Student Workforce Training

11. Review and Possible Action to Adopt a Resolution Related to Disposal of Salvage Property of a Used Microscope on the Brenham Campus

-- Continued next page --
Agenda, April 22, 2014, Page 2


CLOSED SESSION:

12. Closed Session:

(A) Real Property (Gov t. Code, Sec. 551.072)
i. Discussion of possible purchase, exchange or lease of real property in Brenham, Bryan, Schulenburg and Sealy
ii. Discuss and consider entering into a sales contract for property located at 2501 Earl Rudder Fwy S, College Station, Brazos County, Texas
iii. Discuss and consider entering into a lease agreement of a 0.80 acre tract of land in the Phillip Coe Survey, Abstract 31, Brenham, Texas
(B) Consultation with Attorney
i. Consultation with legal counsel concerning matters on which the attorney s duty to the College under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct clearly conflict with the Texas Open Meetings Laws; discussion of possible real estate contract or contracts
ii. Lawsuit styled, Charles Thielemann v. Blinn Board of Trustees; Cause No., 35485 dismissed in the 335th Judicial District, Washington County, Texas
(C) Personnel Matters (Gov t. Code, Sec. 551.074)
i. Deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of Public Employees or Officers


ACTION ITEMS:

13. Reconvene Public Session

14. Action on Closed Session Items:

(A) Review and Action to purchase, exchange or lease real property in Brenham, Bryan, Schulenburg and Sealy

15. Adjournment


If during the course of the meeting, any discussion of any item on the agenda should be held in closed session, the Board will convene in such closed session in accordance with the Open Meetings Act, Gov t. Code, Sec.551.101, et seq.

Disability Access Statement: This meeting is wheelchair accessible. The accessible entrance is located at the Green Street entrance to the Administration Building. Accessible parking spaces are located adjoining the entrance. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request; interpreters for the deaf must be requested twenty-four (24) hours before the meeting by calling 979-830-4115 for assistance.


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Agency Name: Greater Texoma Utility Authority
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1501 W Henderson
City Location: Cleburne
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002431
Submit Date: 04/03/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: 855-426-4433
Agenda:
Notice is hereby given that the groundwater conservation districts located wholly or partially within Groundwater Management Area (GMA) 8, as designated by the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB), consisting of the Central Texas Groundwater Conservation District, Clearwater Underground Water Conservation District, Middle Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, North Texas Groundwater Conservation District, Northern Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District, Prairielands Groundwater Conservation District, Red River Groundwater Conservation District, Saratoga Underground Water Conservation District, Southern Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, and Upper Trinity Groundwater Conservation District will hold a Joint Planning meeting at 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, at the Cleburne Conference Center located at 1501 W. Henderson St., Cleburne, TX 76033. The meeting will be open to the public. The following items of business will be discussed:

1. Invocation.
2. Call meeting to order and establish quorum.
3. Welcome and introductions.
4. Public comment.
5. Approve minutes of January 21, 2014 GMA 8 meeting.
6. Consideration and possible action regarding the designation of an Administrative District, a Chair and Vice-Chair for the GMA 8 in accordance with the adopted administrative procedures.
7. Update and possible action on the Northern Trinity/Woodbine Aquifer GAM Overhaul Project.
8. Update and possible action regarding the development of Desired Future Conditions (DFCs).
9. Receive update on groundwater related legislation and other matters.
10. Set date, time, and place of next meeting and discuss agenda items.
11. Closing comments.
12. Adjourn.

Dated this 3rd day of April, 2014
Eddy Daniel, Chair
Groundwater Management Area 8

The above agenda schedules represent 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 (855) 426-4433 at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting to coordinate any special physical access arrangements.

At any time during the meeting or work session and in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government Code, Vernon s Texas Codes, Annotated, the Groundwater Management Area 8 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 gifts (§551.073); personnel matters (§551.074); and deliberation regarding security devices (§551.076). Any subject discussed in executive session may be subject to action during an open meeting.



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Agency Name: Kenedy County Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 04/22/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Joint Planning
Status: Active
Street Location: 408 W. Travis
City Location: Falfurrias
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002620
Submit Date: 04/10/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Andy Garza
Agenda:
1. Welcome and Introductions
2. Minutes of the previous meeting on March 25, 2014
3. Treasurer s report
4. Election of officers
5. Report from TWDB
6. Report on GAM run
7. Draft DFC
8. Report from Bar W concerning draft explanatory report to TWDB Timeline
A. Technical justifications necessary for report
B. Factors identified in Texas Water Code 36.108 necessary to be discussed in the report.
9. District members and public members discussion
10. Set date for next meeting.
11. Future agenda items.
Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1106 Clayton Lane
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002710
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Christina Guzman 512-475-0583
Agenda:
A G E N D A

If you require auxiliary aids, services or materials in an alternate format contact the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) 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 (voice), 1-800-relay-TX (TDD).

Listen to the meeting on Real Audio at: http://real.tdlr.texas.gov:554/ramgen/broadcast/tow042314.rm?usehostname

A. Call to Order

B. Roll Call, Certification of Quorum, and Introductions

C. Approval of Minutes Meeting of January 22, 2014

D. Public Comment

E. Staff Reports Briefing from agency staff and discussion:
1. Executive Office
a. Strategic Planning Update
b. Registering A Used Tow Truck
2. Compliance Division
a. Outreach efforts
b. Internal Task Force Discussions
3. Education and Examination Division
a. Education statistics
4. Enforcement Division
a. Enforcement statistics
b. Highlights of selected cases
c. Outreach efforts
5. Field Operations Division
a. Top Ten Most Common Violations
b. Division Projects
c. Inspection Statistics
6. Licensing Division
a. Licensing statistics

F. Work Group Reports
1. Administrative Work Group
2. Education Work Group



G. Discussion Items
1. Private Property Owners who are restriping, repaving or having emergency work done on their properties are considered non-consent tows and the vehicles should not be left on the property but impounded.
2. Rule Simplification
3. Amend VSF and Booting rules to mirror the email requirements in 16 TAC 86 regarding the towing program.

H. PPI Rate Review Update

I. Discussion and possible recommendation on proposed amendments to rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 86.250. License Requirements--Towing Operator Continuing Education to provide flexibility to include the SHRPII safety training courses

J.. Recommendations for agenda items for next meeting

K. Discussion of date, time, and location of next Board meeting

L. Adjournment Joann Messina, Presiding Officer

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Agency Name: Texas Department of Transportation
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 2:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Texas Tech University, McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center
City Location: Lubbock
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002746
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Texas Department of Transportation 512.463.8630
Agenda:
AGENDA

TEXAS TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION
Texas Tech University
McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center
Lubbock, Texas 78041

Wednesday
April 23, 2014

2:00 P.M. CONVENE MEETING

1. Safety Briefing

Recognition of area public officials, community and civic leaders, and private citizens.

2. Discussion

a. District Report and Presentation (Presentation)

b. Overview of TxDOT-sponsored research at Texas Tech University (Presentation)

c. Review of rural transportation and connectivity initiatives, including an update on the Ports to Plains Corridor (Presentation)

d. Coordinated emergency operations within TxDOT and with the Texas Division of
Emergency Management (Presentation)

e. Energy Development Impacts - discuss impact on the state highway system of energy development activities in the Panhandle / Permian Basin (Presentation)

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

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

Atención. Si desea recibir asistencia gratuita para traducir esta información, llame al 512-936-0942.

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: Board for Lease of University Lands
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Board for Lease of University Lands
Status: Active
Street Location: Airport Road
City Location: Ozona
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002721
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Sharon Burks, Secretary to the Board for Lease, 704 W. Dengar Ave., Midland, Texas 79705. Telephone: 432/684-4404; Fax: 432/682-7456; Email: SBurks@utsystem.edu
Agenda:
This notice is provided in the event a quorum of the Board for Lease of University Lands is established during a routine tour of the land. The tour, which begins in Ozona, Texas and ends in Fort Stockton, Texas, is for information purposes. No business items will be presented and there will be no deliberation or action by the Board. The event, which is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m., is being posted in the spirit of the Texas Open Meetings Act.

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Agency Name: Galveston Bay Estuary Program
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Galveston Bay Council
Status: Active
Street Location: 1660 West Bay Area Blvd.
City Location: Friendswood
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002699
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mary Stiles Galveston Bay Estuary Liaison 281-486-1241
Agenda:
9:30AM - Call to Order: Introduction of Members and Delegates
9:45AM - Action Item: Approval of January 22, 2014 Meeting Minutes
9:50AM - Report of the Chair (Ceil Price)
10:00AM - Report of the Program (Sarah Bernhardt)
10:45AM - Action Item:Approval of the FY 2015 Budget
10:50AM - Roundtable: Presentations and Dialog regarding March 22 Galveston Bay "Y" Oil Spill - Presenters: Galveston Bay Foundation (Bob Stokes), U.S. Coast Guard(Invited), Texas General Land Office (GLO) (invited), Houston Audubon (Helen Drummond), US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)Coastal Program (invited).
11:20AM - Presentation: How does the Bayou Greenways Initiative Back the Bay? Jen Powis, Houston Parks Board
11:40AM - Discussion: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and United States Army Corps of Engineers' (USACE) Waters of the United States Proposed Rule, revisiting the local Wetlands publications, and consideration of communications from council.
11:55AM - Subcommittee Reports (Subcommittees Handouts included in Packets if available).
- Monitoring and Research
- Public Participation and Education
- Water/Sediment Quality
- Natural Resource Uses
- Budget and Priorities Subcommittee
- Nominations
- Funding Task Force
- Consistency Review
12:05PM - Council Member Roundtable: News and Announcements
12:15PM - Public Comments
12:30PM - Adjourn
Remaining Council Meeting Dates for 2014: July 23, 2014; October 22, 2014


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: State Office of Administrative Hearings
Status: Active
Street Location: 300 West 15th Street, 4th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002248
Submit Date: 03/27/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jessica Gray at (512) 239-0600
Agenda:
NOTICE OF HEARING
FORT BELKNAP WATER SUPPLY CORPORATION
SOAH Docket No. 582-14-2854
TCEQ Docket No. 2013-2093-UCR

PETITION.
Fort Belknap Water Supply Corporation, 315 5th Street, Graham, Texas 76450, Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (CCN) 11042 has filed a petition with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) appealing the wholesale water rate increase imposed by the City of Graham, P.O. Box 1449, Graham, Texas 76450, CCN No. 11153, and requesting interim rates in Young County, Texas (Application No. 37757-M).

CONTESTED CASE HEARING.
The State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH) will conduct a preliminary hearing on this petition at:

10:00 a.m. - April 23, 2014
William P. Clements Building
300 West 15th Street, 4th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

The purpose of a preliminary hearing is to establish jurisdiction, name the parties, establish a procedural schedule for the remainder of the proceeding, allow an opportunity for settlement discussions, and to address other matters as determined by the judge. The evidentiary hearing phase of the proceeding will be similar to a civil trial in state district court. The hearing will be conducted in accordance with Chapter 2001, Texas Government Code; Chapter 13, Texas Water Code; TCEQ rules, including 30 Texas Administrative Code (TAC) Chapter 291; and the procedural rules of the TCEQ and SOAH, including 30 TAC Chapter 80 and 1 TAC Chapter 155. To participate in the evidentiary hearing as a party, you must attend the preliminary hearing and show you would be affected by the petition in a way not common to members of the general public.

INFORMATION.
Information concerning your participation in this hearing may be obtained by contacting Blas Coy, TCEQ Office of Public Interest Counsel (MC 103), P.O. Box 13087, Austin, TX 78711-3087, telephone 512-239-6363. For additional information, please contact the TCEQ Water Supply Division, Utilities & Districts Section (MC 153), P.O. Box 13087, Austin, TX 78711-3087, telephone 512-239-4691. General information regarding the TCEQ can be found at our web site at http://www.tceq.texas.gov/.

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this hearing and who need special accommodations at the hearing should call the SOAH Docketing Department at 512-475-3445, at least one week prior to the hearing.

Issued: March 27, 2014


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: State Office of Administrative Hearings
Status: Active
Street Location: 300 West 15th Street, 4th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002249
Submit Date: 03/27/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jessica Gray at (512) 239-0600
Agenda:
NOTICE OF HEARING
GRAHAM EAST WATER SUPPLY CORPORATION
SOAH Docket No. 582-14-2853
TCEQ Docket No. 2014-0309-UCR

PETITION.
Graham East Water Supply Corporation, P.O. Box 1330, Graham, Texas 76450, Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (CCN) 10274 has filed a petition with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) appealing the wholesale water rate increase imposed by the City of Graham, P.O. Box 1449, Graham, Texas 76450, CCN No. 11153, and requesting interim rates in Young County, Texas (Application No. 37842-M).

CONTESTED CASE HEARING.
The State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH) will conduct a preliminary hearing on this petition at:

10:00 a.m. - April 23, 2014
William P. Clements Building
300 West 15th Street, 4th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

The purpose of a preliminary hearing is to establish jurisdiction, name the parties, establish a procedural schedule for the remainder of the proceeding, allow an opportunity for settlement discussions, and to address other matters as determined by the judge. The evidentiary hearing phase of the proceeding will be similar to a civil trial in state district court. The hearing will be conducted in accordance with Chapter 2001, Texas Government Code; Chapter 13, Texas Water Code; TCEQ rules, including 30 Texas Administrative Code (TAC) Chapter 291; and the procedural rules of the TCEQ and SOAH, including 30 TAC Chapter 80 and 1 TAC Chapter 155. To participate in the evidentiary hearing as a party, you must attend the preliminary hearing and show you would be affected by the petition in a way not common to members of the general public.

INFORMATION.
Information concerning your participation in this hearing may be obtained by contacting Blas Coy, TCEQ Office of Public Interest Counsel (MC 103), P.O. Box 13087, Austin, TX 78711-3087, telephone 512-239-6363. For additional information, please contact the TCEQ Water Supply Division, Utilities & Districts Section (MC 153), P.O. Box 13087, Austin, TX 78711-3087, telephone 512-239-4691. General information regarding the TCEQ can be found at our web site at http://www.tceq.texas.gov/.

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this hearing and who need special accommodations at the hearing should call the SOAH Docketing Department at 512-475-3445, at least one week prior to the hearing.

Issued: March 27, 2014


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Agency Name: Texas Groundwater Protection Committee
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: GROUNDWATER RESEARCH SUBCOMMITTEE
Status: Active
Street Location: 12100 Park 35 Circle, Building F, Room 2210 TCEQ Campus
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002460
Submit Date: 04/04/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kathy McCormack, (512) 239-3975 or Cary Betz, (512) 239-4506
Agenda:
I. Call to Order and Introductions

II. Discussion of Texas Groundwater Protection Strategy Update, Legislative Recommendations, Priority Research Needs

III. Discussion of Ongoing and Proposed Research Efforts

IV. Discussion of Restructuring Subcommittee (i.e., adding members)

V. Information Exchange

VI. Public Comment

VII. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas Groundwater Protection Committee
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: TEXAS GROUNDWATER PROTECTION COMMITTEE (TGPC)
Status: Active
Street Location: 12100 Park 35 Circle, Building F, Room 2210 TCEQ Campus
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002458
Submit Date: 04/04/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kathy McCormack, (512) 239-3975 or Car Betz, (512) 239-4506
Agenda:
I. Call to Order and Introductions

II. Subcommittee Reports
- Agricultural Chemicals
- Data Management
- Public Outreach and Education
- Groundwater Research
- Legislative Report

III. Presentation

- None

IV. Business Discussion and Possible Action
- What are the Different Terms Used to Describe Abandoned and Deteriorated Water Wells ? Frequently Asked Question (FAQ)
- Quadrennial Rules Review and Amendment to 31 TAC Chapter 601, Groundwater Contamination Report -- Discuss and Approve Proposal for Publication
- Restructuring of TGPC Subcommittees -- Discuss and Propose Changes
- Activities and Recommendations of the Texas Groundwater Protection Committee -- Report to the 84th Legislature -- Discussion of the Report
- Texas Groundwater Protection Strategy -- Discussion of the Report
- Current Groundwater Issues
- Set Future Meeting Date

V. Information Exchange for Groundwater-Related Activities -- Status Update
- Groundwater Contamination Notice Coordination (Texas Water Code §26.408) -- TCEQ
- Groundwater Management Areas -- Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts
- Regional Water Planning Texas Water Development Board (TWDB)
- Groundwater Availability Modeling -- TWDB
- Nonpoint Source Pollution -- All Agencies
- National Groundwater Initiatives -- All Agencies
- Drought Status -- All Agencies

VI. Announcements
- Rules Update
- New Publications
- Upcoming Conferences

VII. Public Comment

VIII. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas Groundwater Protection Committee
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS SUBCOMMITTEE
Status: Active
Street Location: 12100 Park 35 Circle, Building F, 2nd Floor, Room 2210 TCEQ Campus
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002459
Submit Date: 04/04/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kathy McCormack, (512) 239-3975 or Cary Betz, (512) 239-4506
Agenda:
I. Call to Order and Introductions

II. Task Force Reports

Site Selection
Educational
Pesticide Management Plan

III. Presentations

USGS Updated Pesticide Use Maps - Dr. Peter Van Metre (USGS)

IV. Business Items

Subcommittee Charge and Focus Discussion

V. Information Exchange - Status Updates

Various updates on pesticide-related issues - All agencies

VI. Announcements

Various meetings and conferences

VII. Public Comments

VIII. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Coordinating Board Meeting (Dinner)
Status: Active
Street Location: Headliners Club 221 W. 6th Street; 21st Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002697
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Raymund Paredes, Commissioner of Higher Education P.O. Box 12788; Austin, TX 78711 512.427.6101
Agenda:
Council of Public University Presidents and Chancellors (CPUPC) Dinner with Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Members
6:00 p.m. - Reception
6:30 p.m. - Dinner
Featured Dinner Speaker: Education in 2040: A Futurist s Perspective
Mr. Byron Reese: Author, Futurist, Technologist, Speaker



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 Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 2:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Coordinating Board Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 1200 E. Anderson Lane, Board Room 1.170
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002694
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Arturo Alonzo, Deputy Commissioner for Finance and Administration/Chief Operating Officer; P.O. Box 12788; Austin, TX 78711 512.427.6101
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. Approval of Minutes from the January 22, 2014 Committee meeting

III. Deputy Commissioner's Report

A. Quarterly Financial Report

B. Continuous Improvement Update

1. Report on CRAFT implementation

2. Report on Loan Origination Fees Structure

IV. Agency Operations

A. Discussion of Standard No. 114, Auditor's Communication with those charged with Governance

B. State of Texas Federal Portion of the Statewide Single Audit Report for the Fiscal Year Ended August 31, 2013, Report Number 2013-032 issued February 21, 2014 by the State Auditor's Office

C. Consideration of adopting the Commissioner's recommendation to the Committee regarding the Coordinating Board's operating budget for Fiscal Year 2015

V. Auditing

A. Update on Internal Audit Reports and Activities

VI. Compliance

A. Update on Compliance Monitoring Reports and Activities


The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Agency Operations Committee may convene in Executive Session for any of the following items:

(1) to seek its attorney's advice about pending or contemplated litigation, including pending or contemplated administrative actions, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.071(1)(A);
(2) to seek its attorney's advice about a settlement offer, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.071(1)(B); or
(3) at any point in this meeting, concerning any agenda item listed in the agenda, to seek or to receive its attorney's advice on legal matters, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.071(2), or
(4) to consult with the Commissioner regarding personnel matters, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.074 or
(5) consultation with attorney regarding the issuance, refunding, and defeasance of the State of Texas College Student Loan Bonds and related issues pursuant to Section 551.071(2) Texas Government Code.


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 Carri Whitfield, ADA Coordinator, at 512.427.6191 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


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Agency Name: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 2:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Agency Operations Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1200 E. Anderson Lane, Board Room 1.170
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002692
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Arturo Alonzo, Deputy Commissioner for Finance and Administration/Chief Operating Officer; P.O. Box 12788; Austin, TX 78711 512.427.6101
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. Approval of Minutes from the January 22, 2014 Committee meeting

III. Deputy Commissioner's Report

A. Quarterly Financial Report

B. Continuous Improvement Update

1. Report on CRAFT implementation

2. Report on Loan Origination Fees Structure

IV. Agency Operations

A. Discussion of Standard No. 114, Auditor's Communication with those charged with Governance

B. State of Texas Federal Portion of the Statewide Single Audit Report for the Fiscal Year Ended August 31, 2013, Report Number 2013-032 issued February 21, 2014 by the State Auditor s Office

C. Consideration of adopting the Commissioner's recommendation to the Committee regarding the Coordinating Board s operating budget for Fiscal Year 2015

V. Auditing

A. Update on Internal Audit Reports and Activities

VI. Compliance

A. Update on Compliance Monitoring Reports and Activities


The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Agency Operations Committee may convene in Executive Session for any of the following items:

(1) to seek its attorney's advice about pending or contemplated litigation, including pending or contemplated administrative actions, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.071(1)(A);
(2) to seek its attorney's advice about a settlement offer, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.071(1)(B); or
(3) at any point in this meeting, concerning any agenda item listed in the agenda, to seek or to receive its attorney's advice on legal matters, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.071(2), or
(4) to consult with the Commissioner regarding personnel matters, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.074 or
(5) consultation with attorney regarding the issuance, refunding, and defeasance of the State of Texas College Student Loan Bonds and related issues pursuant to Section 551.071(2) Texas Government Code.


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 Carri Whitfield, ADA Coordinator, at 512.427.6191 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


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Employment First Task Force
Status: Active
Street Location: 4900 North Lamar Blvd. (HHSC Brown-Heatly, Room 1420)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002451
Submit Date: 04/04/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Contact: Adrienne Nevola, Policy Specialist, Department of Aging and Disability Services, 512-438-3641, Adrienne.Nevola@dads.state.tx.us.
Agenda:
AGENDA:

Employment First Task Force

April 23, 2014

9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Meeting Site:

Brown-Heatly
Room 1420
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78751

1. Call to order

2. Welcome and Introductions

3. Discussion of the Responsibilities and Authority of the Task Force

4. Presentation of Employment-First background

5. Overview of current employment services

6. Discussion of Operational procedures and Bylaws

7. Review of Meeting schedule

8. Public Comment

9. Announcements

10. Adjourn


Contact: Adrienne Nevola, Policy Specialist, Department of Aging and Disability Services, 512-438-3641, Adrienne.Nevola@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 April Young, Policy Analyst, 512-424-6911 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: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 7:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Advocacy and Outreach Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Hyatt Place Austin North Central, 7522 N. I-35 Highway
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002689
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Richard Kropp, Texas Diabetes Prevention and Control Branch, Department of State Health Services, P. O. Box 149347, Austin, Texas 78714-9347, telephone (512) 776-7490, richard.kropp@dshs.state.tx.us. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeti
Agenda:

The Committee will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

1. Call to Order

2. Introductions

3. Approval of January, 2014, Meeting Minutes

4. Assessment of State Programs to Prevent and Treat Diabetes

5. Resources for Expansion of the National Diabetes Prevention Program in Texas

6. American Diabetes Association Advocacy Update
7. Governor's Advisory Advisory Council on Physical Fitness

8. Research Updates

9. Statewide Professional Education Updates

10. Coordinating Calendar Items (Please submit information about upcoming conferences, events etc.)

11. Adoption of Meeting Recommendations (Action Items)

12. Next Meeting Date July 23, 2014

13. Adjournment

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Agency Name: Texas Diabetes Council
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 7:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Medical Professionals Advisory Subcommittee
Status: Active
Street Location: Hyatt Place Austin North Central, 7522 N. I-35 Highway
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002688
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Roger Faske, Department of State Health Services, P. O. Box 149347, Austin, Texas 78714-9347, telephone (512) 776-3549. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, Dep
Agenda:

The Subcommittee will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following 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.

1. Call to Order; and Welcome

2. Designate Recorder, Roll Call, and Mission Statement

3. Review and approve January 29, 2014 Minutes

4. Algorithm Review, Discussion and Other Updates
a. Discuss New Lipid Categories-Group 1, 2, 3 and 4
b. Lipid Algorithm for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Adults
c. Discuss New oral agents for diabetes
d. Prevention and Delay of Type 2 Diabetes in Children and Adults with Impaired Fasting Glucose (IFG) and/or Impaired Glucose Tolerance (IGT)
e. Discuss new thoughts on treating hypertension
f. Recommendations for Treatment of Painful Peripheral Diabetic Neuropathy in Adults
g. Review Diabetes Tool Kit authorship
h. Diabetes Tool Kit Update
i. Exercise Algorithm for Type 2 Diabetes and Prevention
j. Diabetes Disease Management and Diabetes Self-Management Education under Medicaid
Managed Care Organizations Update

5. Adjournment

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Agency Name: Alamo Area Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Bylaws Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 8700 Tesoro Dr., Classroom 1-01, 1st Floor
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002819
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Tim Trevino, Interim Co-Executive Director, at 210-832-5089 or ttrevino@aacog.com
Agenda:
Agenda
Alamo Area Council of Governments
Bylaws Committee Meeting
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 9:00 a.m.
HLS Classroom 1-01
8700 Tesoro Drive
San Antonio, TX 78217-6228


1. Meeting called to Order.

2. Roll Call.

3. Citizens to be heard.

4. Consider and act upon the minutes from February 19, 2014.

5. Discussion and appropriate action regarding proposed changes to the AACOG by-laws.

6. Discussion of items to be placed on the agenda for the next Bylaws Committee meeting.

7. Next Meeting Date: To be determined.

8. Adjournment.




















This meeting is wheelchair accessible. The accessible entrance is located at the front entrance of 8700 Tesoro Drive; San Antonio, Texas 78217. Accessible parking spaces are also available. Interpreters for the deaf must be requested forty-eight (48) hours prior to the meeting by calling (210) 362-5200 or by calling Texas Relay at 7-1-1 for assistance.


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Agency Name: Alamo Area Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Air Improvement Resources Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 8700 Tesoro Dr, Al J. Notzon III Board Room, 1st Floor
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002822
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Peter Bella, Director of Natural Resources, at 210-362-5249 or pbella@aacog.com
Agenda:
Agenda
Alamo Area Council of Governments
Air Improvement Resources Executive Committee
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 8:30 a.m.
Al J. Notzon Board Room, 8700 Tesoro Drive
San Antonio, TX 78217-6228


1. Meeting Called to Order.
2. Roll Call.
3. Citizens to be Heard.
4. Approval of Minutes.
5. Ozone Update: Early Exceedance.
Current 2012-2014 design value at Camp Bullis: 77 ppb.
6. Update: Eagle Ford Emissions Inventory finalization.
7. Clean Air Plan: Issues, Status and Options.
What we know about Timeline for Nonattainment.
Actions being taken by City of San Antonio.
Action Item: Consider and act upon the recommendation to amend TCEQ / AACOG Work Plan (PGA).
8. Next Meeting, May 12, 2014.
9. Adjourn.


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Agency Name: Alamo Area Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Area Judges
Status: Active
Street Location: 8700 Tesoro Drive, Al J. Notzon III Board Room, 1st Floor
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002817
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Tim Trevino, Interim Co-Executive Director, at 210-832-5089 or ttrevino@aacog.com
Agenda:
Agenda
Area Judges Meeting
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 11:00 AM
Al J. Notzon, III Board Room
8700 Tesoro Drive, Suite 100
San Antonio, TX 78217-6228

Request All Electronic Devices Be Silenced.

1. Meeting Called to Order

2. Roll Call

3. Citizens to be Heard.

4. Consider and act upon approval of the March 31, 2014 minutes.

5. Presentation by Andrew Biar, Strategic Public Affairs, on Our Energy Moment .

6. Consider and act upon the recommended amendments to the Partnership Agreement between the Chief Elected Officials and the Alamo Workforce Development Inc., as adopted by the Committee of Six.

7. Consider and act upon the March 25, 2014 response letter from Paul N. Jones, General Counsel, Texas Workforce Commission to Gilbert Vasquez, General Counsel, Workforce Solutions Alamo, and Frank Garza, General Counsel, Committee of Six.

8. Consider and act upon the appointment of Ms. TJ Haygood to the Workforce Solutions Alamo board of directors, Place 3 Business, for an unexpired term beginning 29 April 2014 and ending 31 December 2014.

9. Monthly Program Reports

A. Alamo Area Agency on Aging.

B. Alamo Regional Transit.

C. Housing & Weatherization Assistance Program.

1) Update on the Low Income Housing Assistance Program (LIHEAP) WAP expenditures by county.

2) Update on the Department of Energy (DOE) WAP contracts.

3) Update on the Amy Young Barrier Removal (AYBR) Program.
4) Update on the Critical Repair Program.

5) Update on the Section 8 Housing Program.

10. Next Meeting Date: Wednesday, May 28, 2014, at 11:00 a.m. at AACOG.

11. Adjournment

NOTE: The Area Judges reserves the right to retire into executive session concerning any of the items listed on this Agenda whenever it is considered necessary and legally justified under the Open Meetings Act (Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code).

This meeting is wheelchair accessible. The accessible entrance is located at the front entrance of 8700 Tesoro Drive. Accessible parking spaces are also available. Interpreters for the deaf must be requested forty-eight (48) hours prior to the meeting by calling (210) 362-5200 or by calling Texas Relay at 7-1-1 for assistance.


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Agency Name: Alamo Area Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 8700 Tesoro Dr, Al J. Notzon III Board Room, 1st Floor
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002898
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Interim Co-Executive Directors; Jeri Rainey at 210-362-5208 / jrainey@aacog.com or Joe Ramos at 210-362-5212 / jramos@aacog.com or Tim Trevino at 210-832-5089 / ttrevino@aacog.com
Agenda:
Agenda
Alamo Area Council of Governments
Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 10:00 a.m.
8700 Tesoro Drive, Al J. Notzon III Board Room
San Antonio, TX 78205


1. Meeting called to Order

The AACOG Board of Directors is meeting in accordance with Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code (Open Meetings Act). As such, the Board of Directors reserves the right to retire into executive session concerning any of the items listed on this Agenda whenever it is considered necessary and legally justified under the Texas Open Meetings Act. To avoid disruption, please silence all electronic devices.

2. Roll Call

3. Pledge of Allegiance and Texas Pledge of Allegiance

4. Public Comments

This time is for anyone to comment to the Board of Directors on issues and items of concern. There will be no Board of Directors deliberation or action on these comments. Time allowed is at the discretion of the Chairman; with three (3) minutes being customary.

Presentation(s)

5. None.

Executive Director

6. Monthly Report

A. Anniversaries

1) Gloria L. Chacon 15 years.
2) Jose M. Martinez 10 years.
3) Linda Martin 5 Years.

B. Upcoming Events

7. 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 the previous Board of Directors meeting. 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.
A. Consider and act upon approval of the March 31, 2014 minutes.

B. Consider and act upon the recommendation from the Board Chair to approve the following draft February 2014 financial reports:

1) Grants

2) Recoveries

3) Balance Sheet

4) Income Statement

5) Board Expenditures

6) TexPool Quarterly

C. Consider and act upon the recommendation from the Executive Committee to authorize the Interim Co-Executive Directors to close the dormant Wells Fargo Bank Account.

D. Consider and act upon the recommendation from the Executive Committee to authorize the Bexar Area Agency on Aging to release a Request for Proposals for congregate meals, home delivered meals, transportation, and legal assistance services for the FY 2015 2016 time frame.

E. Consider and act upon the recommendation from the Executive Committee to authorize the:

1) Interim Co-Executive Directors to Contract with Austin Integral Care for a one year term in the estimated amount of $5,500.00, to perform extended Community Living Options and Information Process services for Bexar County residents residing at Austin State Supported Living Center.

2) Interim Co-Executive Directors to contract with Jennifer Garret, Board Certified Behavioral Analyst, for the provision of Community Safety net services to the Alamo Local Authority (ALA), for the biennium contract period beginning September 1, 2013 and ending August 31, 2015.

Committee Reports

8. Bylaws Committee Report

Discussion and appropriate action on the Committee s recommendation to amend the AACOG Bylaws; specifically Article IV, Board of Directors, Clause 1K; and Article V, Executive Committee, Clause 5.
Old Business

9. None.

New Business

10. Consider and act upon authorizing the Interim Co-Executive Directors to negotiate and enter into a contract with a selected vendor in response to the Request for Proposal 2014-001 (Bank Depository Services).

11. Consider and act upon the recommendation from the Natural Resources depart to authorize the Interim Co-Executive Directors to submit an amendment to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality regarding the current Proposed Grant Activities (PGA) document in a value not to exceed $182,000.00 for air quality planning in the AACOG region.

12. Consider and act upon the recommendation from the Public Safety Department to:

A. Ratify the submission of the AACOG Homeland Security Planning Program FY 2014 in an amount not to exceed $137,381.00 and accept funding upon award.

B. Ratify the submission of the AACOG Management and Administration of Homeland Security Planning Program FY 2014 in an amount not to exceed $45,796.00 and accept funding upon award.

13. Consider and act upon the following recommendations from the Criminal Justice Advisory Committee in the areas of: General Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Programs Solicitation; Criminal Justice Program Solicitation; General Victims-Direct Services Solicitation, and Violent Crimes Against Women Criminal Justice and Training Projects Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Dating Violence and Stalking Solicitation for FY 2015.

A. Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention Program Solicitation
1. Karnes/Wilson County Juvenile Probation $155,794.00
Department
Synergy
2. Kerr County Juvenile Board $107,460.00
Youth Diverted from Delinquency (YAD)
3. Seguin Independent School District $148,400.00
Counseling and Support Services
4. Bexar County Juvenile Board $193,119.00
Project Connect at the John Jay HS Cluster
5. San Antonio Independent School District $130,215.00
Pathways to Success
6. City of Seguin $119,748.00
Challenge Grant

B. Criminal Justice Program Solicitation
1. Bexar County DA $84,555.71
Human Trafficking Unit Program
2. Bandera County $17,572.00
Bandera County Emergency Communications
Equipment Upgrade
3. Bexar County $164,876.00
Central Magistration Diversion Program
4. City of Seguin PD $93,989.20
Mental Health Police Officer
5. City of Schertz PD $10,853.85
Schertz PD Evidence Technician
6. City of Balcones Heights PD $44,073.45
Mobile Computers
7. Universal City $78,290.00
Mobile Data Computers
8. City of Kirby PD $82,627.50
P25 Radio Upgrade Project
9. City of San Antonio PD $200,000.00
Police Case Management System
10. Guadalupe County $52,500.00
In-Car Camera System
11. City of New Braunfels $44,475.00
Electronic Ticket Writers
12. City of Seguin PD $10,425.00
PSAP Master Clock
13. City of Hill Country Village $0.00
Police Equipment
14. City of Olmos Park $0.00
P25-Phase II Radio Purchase

C. General Victim Assistance Direct Services Solicitation
1. Kerr County $45,694.00
Kerr County Victims Rights Coordinator
2. Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc. $185,424.00
CPS and Military Liaison and Intervention Program
3. St. Jude s Ranch for Children $146,840.00
Therapeutic Emergency Services
4. Guadalupe Valley Family Violence Shelter, Inc. $40,253.78
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victim
Services
5. Alamo Area Rape Crisis Center $140,251.00
Sexual Violence Crisis Intervention Project
6. Kendall County $155,312.00
Crime Victim Assistance / Advocacy
7. Alamo Area Rape Crisis Center $167,818.63
Sexual Assault Violence Comprehensive Services
Project
8. Seton Home $137,210.10
Project Safe Haven
9. Family Service Association of San Antonio, Inc. $76,927.00
Safe Haven
10. Kendall County Women s Shelter $200,000.00
Domestic Violence Shelter and Crisis Services
11. Atascosa Family Crisis Center, Inc. $176,374.98
Atascosa Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
Advocacy Program
12. Hill Country Crisis Council $95,140.00
Counseling for Domestic Violence and Sexual
Assault Victims
13. Hill Country Crisis Council $166,604.00
Crime Victim Assistance and Restoration Project
14. St. Peter St. Joseph Children s Home $200,000.00
St. PJ s Trauma Recovery Program
15. Southwest Family Life Centers, Inc. $50,468.00
Domestic Violence
16. Boysville, Inc. $36,800.00
Restoring Hope
17. Jewish Family Service of San Antonio, TX, Inc. $178,851.00
Victims of Crime Counseling
18. Catholic Charities $72,108.58
Counseling for Victims
19. Children s Bereavement Center of South Texas $45,124.00
Healing Hearts for Grieving Children
20. Not Above the Law (NATL) $37,523.20
Comprehensive, Enhanced Advocacy for Survivors
of Homicide Victims
21. Comal County Family Violence Shelter, Inc. $0.00
General Victims Assistance Project

D. Violent Crimes Against Women Criminal Justice and Training Projects
Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Dating Violence, and Stalking Solicitation
1. Bexar County $81,175.00
New Life
2. Alamo Area Council of Governments $61,323.73
Investigative Topics for Victims of Violence Against
Women
3. Alamo Area Rape Crisis Center $90,623.00
Dynamics of Sexual Assault Training
4. City of Seguin $46,839.00
Seguin Criminal Investigator
5. Medina County $98,841.98
Violence Against Women Special Prosecution Team
6. Crisis Center of Comal County $0.00
Legal Advocacy Training Project


14. Consider and act upon the following recommendations from the Regional Emergency Preparedness Advisory Committee for FY 2014 State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) funding.

A. State Homeland Security Program Funds (SHSP)
1. Alamo Area Council of Governments $137,381.00
Sustainment of AACOG Homeland Security Planning
2. Alamo Area Council of Governments $45,796.00
Sustainment of Management and Administration of
The AACOG Homeland Security Planning
3. APEX Innovations, Inc. $80,000.00
Regional I-info AARIS Licenses and Training
4. South Texas Regional Advisory Council $90,000.00
The Regional WebEOC Project
5. City of San Antonio $200,000.00
Sustain San Antonio s Regional Response Capabilities
6. Bexar County $99,500.00
Radio over IP (RoIP) and Portable Video Downlink
Project
7. Bexar County $50,000.00
The Bexar County WMD/HazMat Regional Response
Team Equipment Improvement Project
8. Bexar County $50,500.00
Sustaining Regional Citizen Corps Programs
9. City of New Braunfels $55,500.00
Swift Water Rescue Resources
10. City of San Antonio $236,891.00
Sustain San Antonio s OEM Planning and Analysis
(CI/KR-GIS) Team
11. Bexar County Sherriff s Office $76,600.00
Bexar County Audio/Visual Upgrades in the
Regional Emergency Response Vehicles
12. City of Boerne $88,500.00
Joint Boerne Kendall County Emergency Response
Team (SWAT)
13. City of Bulverde $166,604.00
Bulverde / Regional Radio System
14. City of Boerne $0.00
Boerne Fire Department SCBA
15. City of New Braunfels $0.00
New Braunfels / Comal County Unified CERT
16. Northside Independent School District $0.00
Northside ISD Police Department Interoperable
Communications

15. Consider and act upon a resolution from AACOG s Area Agencies on Aging recognizing Older Americans Month.

16. Presentation and Discussion on the status of the Alamo Local Authority (ALA) program s Fiscal Year 2014 Quality Assurance Authority Review.


17. Presentation by Peden Investigation on its findings upon the factual investigation on the relationship between AACOG and TriHM Foundation and possible action.

Executive Session

18. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.071, Consultation with Attorney, the Board will convene in closed session to deliberate and receive advice regarding the following legal matters:

A. Legal remedies and advice for and about rent collection and cancelled checks for the lease agreement between AACOG and TriHM Foundation.

B. Lawson v. Alamo Area Council of Governments, No. 5:14-CV-182, In the United States District Court, Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division: Potential third party actions in Lawson v. Alamo Area Council of Governments suit regarding other potential entities that may have liability.

C. Legal options and advice regarding civil and criminal action against former Director and Deputy Director.

Open Session

19. Discussion and possible action on items discussed in Executive Session.

A. Legal remedies and advice for and about rent collection and cancelled checks for the lease agreement between AACOG and TriHM Foundation.

B. Lawson v. Alamo Area Council of Governments, No. 5:14-CV-182, In the United States District Court, Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division: Potential third party actions in Lawson v. Alamo Area Council of Governments suit regarding other potential entities that may have liability.

C. Legal options and advice regarding civil and criminal action against former Director and Deputy Director.

20. Consider and act upon the following recommendations from the Chairman:

A. Temporarily halt all grant requests requiring any level of Agency match; to include cash, program income and in-kind.

B. Immediately begin charging all AACOG programs the approved indirect rate except where not authorized under the grant or contract.

21. Consider and act upon designating the Acting Co-Executive Directors as Interim Co-Executive Directors.

22. Next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at AACOG in the Al J. Notzon III Board Room.

23. Adjournment

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


______________________
Kevin Wolff
AACOG Board Chair
Commissioner, Bexar County

We, the undersigned, Jeri L. Rainey, Joe Ramos, and Timothy J. Trevino, 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 we posted a true and correct copy of said Notice at the State of Texas, the Bexar County Clerk s Office, Texas, the 7th floor 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 18th day of April 2014.





____________________ ___________________ ___________________
Jeri L. Rainey Joe Ramos Timothy J. Treviño
Interim Co-Exec. Director Interim Co-Exec. Director Interim Co-Exec. Director




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Agency Name: Rio Grande Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Regional Criminal Justice Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 8037 Lockheed, Ste. 100
City Location: El Paso
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002539
Submit Date: 04/08/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Marisa Quintanilla, Regional Services Director
Agenda:

Regional Criminal Justice Advisory Committee Meeting
April 23, 2014
9:30a.m. (MDT)

Rio Grande Council of Governments
Main Conference Room
8037 Lockheed, Ste. 100
El Paso, Texas 79925

AGENDA
1. Call Meeting to Order

2. Roll Call and Determination of Quorum

3. WF- Violent Crimes Against Women Criminal Justice & Training Projects
Discuss and Act upon as Needed

1) Application No: 1343717
El Paso County (District Attorney s Office)
Domestic Violence Unit
Presenter: Ms. Patricia Baca
Time: 9:30a.m.
2) Application No.: 2431605
El Paso County (65th Judicial District Court)
Protective Order Court
Presenter: Judge Michele L. Locke
Time: 9:45a.m.
3) Application No.: 2805601
West Texas Community Supervision & Corrections Department
Victim Restoration Initiative
Presenter: Mr. Ray Valdez
Time: 10:00a.m.
8. VA- General Victim Assistance-Direct Services Program
Discuss and Act upon as Needed

1) Application No: 1362516
El Paso County (District Attorney s Office)
District Attorney s Office Victim Assistance Program
Presenter: Ms. Yvonne Whitaker



Time: 10:15a.m.
2) Application No.: 1817409
Family Crisis Center of the Big Bend, Inc.
Assistance to Victims of Crime
Present: Ms. Webbie A. Carvajal
Time: 10:30a.m.
3) Application No.: 1885708
Center Against Family Violence
Crime Victim Assistance for Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
Presenter: Ms. Stephanie Karr
Time: 10:45a.m.
4) Application No.: 2393105
El Paso County (El Paso Sheriff s Office)
Direct Victim Services
Presenter: Sheriff Richard D. Wiles
Time: 11:00a.m.
5) Application No.: 2570803
La Posada Home, Inc.
Direct Victim Services Program
Presenter: Ms. Monica Martinez
Time: 11:15a.m.
6) Application No.: 2592803
El Paso, City of
General Victim Services FY2015
Presenter: Lt. Jose Gomez
Time: 11:30a.m.
7) Application No.: 2770101
Child Crisis Center of El Paso
Child Crisis Center of El Paso Emergency Shelter for Children
Presenter: Mr. Alfonso Velarde
Time: 11:45a.m.
4. RCJAC will review, score and prioritize both fund sources applications. The Regional Priority list will be presented to RGCOG Board of Directors for approval on April 25th, 2014

5. Other Business
Next CJAC Meeting (tentatively) October 1, 2014

6. Adjournment



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Agency Name: North East Texas Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:30:00 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: 2014002779
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: April Corbit Board Relations Coordinator 911 North Bishop Building A100 Wake Village, TX 75501 (903) 794-9490 Ext. 512 april.corbit@netxworks.org
Agenda:
1. Call To Order

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

6. Introduction of new board members
Charles Drake, Organized Labor
Ronda Dozier, Education

7. Consider approval of Board Minutes of February 26, 2014*

8. Consider Reports From:

A. Executive Committee Chairman s Report (Dr. Larry Dotin)
Discussion regarding the Texas Association of Workforce Boards whitepaper: Aligning Education to Meet the Needs of Texas Employers. *

B. Internal Affairs Committee Chairman s Report (Jennifer Harland / Randy Reed)
Discussion and possible action regarding monthly financial reports*
Discussion and possible action regarding weekly work search requirements for UI Recipients*
Discussion and possible action regarding new and/or amended policies
o Parent Requirements for Documenting Child Care Attendance*
o Eligibility and Appropriateness for Child Care Services*
Discussion regarding internal and/ or external monitoring reports.
o Outcomes FY 2013*
Discussion regarding the Fiscal Year 2014 contracted performance measures*


C. External Affairs Committee Chairman s Report (Tom Glascock/Bart Spivey)
Discussion regarding the strategy to increase awareness, among high school students, parents, and teachers, about the manufacturing industry in Northeast Texas and the job opportunities associated with the industry

Updates regarding:
o College President s Roundtable
o Workforce and Economic Development Committee
o OEA Grant
o Career and Community Resources Expo

9. Report and update by the Executive Director and/or staff regarding administrative matters, including internal policies and procedures, customer service issues, status of project assignments, organizational matters, and responsibilities of the Board s departments.

10. Consider Discussion of Future Agenda Items

11. Announcements

12. Comments from Chief Elected Officials

13. Adjourn
Labor Market Information*


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Agency Name: North East Texas Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 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: 2014002778
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: April Corbit Board Relations Coordinator 911 North Bishop Building A100 Wake Village, TX 75501 (903) 794-9490 Ext. 512 april.corbit@netxworks.org
Agenda:
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 February 18, 2014 and February 26, 2014 Executive Committee minutes*

6. Discussion regarding the Texas Association of Workforce Boards whitepaper Aligning Education to Meet the Needs of Texas Employers. *

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.

Report on the National Association of Workforce Boards Annual Meeting
Report on the Mt. Pleasant Workforce Center
Report on the FY 2013 Single Audit
Report on the Organizational Structure

8. Announcements

9. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Brazos Valley Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Homeland Security Advisory Committee (HSAC)
Status: Active
Street Location: 3991 East 29th Street
City Location: Bryan
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002850
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: Yes
Additional Information From: Roger Sheridan, Program Manager, Public Safety Planning, BVCOG
Agenda:
Homeland Security Advisory Committee
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 @ 1:30 PM
CENTER FOR REGIONAL SERVICES BUILDING
3991 East 29TH ST., BRYAN, TEXAS 77802

I. Call to order and Invocation

II. Pledge of Allegiance to the United States and Texas Flags

III. Introductions

IV. Approval of March 26, 2014 HSAC Minutes

V. Guest Presentation: Mr. Michael Macha, DHS Houston

VI. Action and/or Discussion Items:

A. Homeland Security Grant Updates - Lester Bashaw
B. Mass Fatality Grant Update-Roger Sheridan
C. Criminal Justice Updates - Lester Bashaw
D. Hazard Mitigation Grant Program - Roger Sheridan
E. Safe Room Project Roger Sheridan
F. CERT/Citizen Corps - Rick Dysart
G. BVWACS Updates - (Brazos Valley Wide-Area Communications System)
H. Action Item: Consider for Approval: New HSAC member appointments for 2014-2015
I. Critical Infrastructure Data Call Deadline: May 9th - Lester Bashaw
VII. Public Comment:
VIII. Important Dates:
A. NIMS All-Hazard Safety Officer Course (L-954): Houston Emergency Operations Center; May 5-8, 2014. (www.preparingtexas.org)
B. CERT Train the Trainer G-428: TDEM Training Center: Austin, TX; May 5-8, 2014. (www.preparingtexas.org).
C. Annual Emergency Management Conference: May 12-15, 2014, San Antonio, Registration & Information Link: http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/dem/conference/txEmerMgmtConf.htm
D. CERT Master Instructor Course G517, TDEM Training Center, Austin, TX., June 17-19, 2014. (www.preparingtexas.org)
E. Training: NIMS All-Hazards Type III Communications Unit Leader Course (COM-L); Texas A&M Forest Service; November 11-20, 2014 in College Station. (www.preparingtexas.org)

IX. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region V
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 350 Pine, Suite 500
City Location: Beaumont
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002772
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Pam Ferguson 409.951.1855 pferguson@esc5.net
Agenda:
Region 5 Education Service Center
Beaumont, Texas

Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 10 a.m.
AGENDA

Call to Order >

>

> Call to Order Time_______________

Invocation by: ____________________

Board Members Present:
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________


Attendance >
>


> Members Absent:
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________


Region 5 Personnel Present:
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________


Guest Present:
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________


Regular Meeting
Recognition of ESC Employee
> Dr. Lovett will introduce Region 5 ESC's new Child Nutrition Program Coordinator, Ms. Paula Tacker.
Approval of Minutes
February 26, 2014 > The Board is requested to approve the minutes of the regular meeting held on February 26, 2014.

Motion by: _______________________

Second by: _______________________

Vote: ___________________________


Correspondence > TEA - Commissioner Williams
Administrative Management

Statement of Elected/
Appointed Officers > At this time, the Statement of Elected/Appointed Officer forms will be signed by Jimmy Hicks and Debbie Nicks. It is no longer required that this statement be filed with the secretary of state. However, it must be signed prior to taking the Oath of Office and retained with the ESC's official Board Members records.

The Oath of Office will be administered at the June meeting at which time the Board will elect officers.

No action required.
Region 5 ESC Logo > Approval is requested for adoption of new Region 5 ESC Logo for consistency with Edison Plaza signage, website, letterhead, ESC forms, etc.

Motion by: _______________________

Second by: _______________________

Vote: _______________________

2014-2015 Region 5 Calendar > Approval is requested for the proposed 2014-15
Region 5 Holiday schedule and calendar (copies enclosed).

Motion by: _______________________

Second by: _______________________

Vote: _______________________


Administrative Management (continued)

2014-2015 Salary
Schedules/Salaries
> All 2014-2015 budgets must be submitted to the Texas Education Agency via the S.A.S. Application process by July 1, 2014. If salary changes are to be correctly included in this submission, a decision should be considered at this time.

It is recommended that salary schedules be increased as follows: Supportive Salary Schedule and Certified Salary Schedule 3%.

The board is asked to accept the FY 2014-2015 salary schedules as presented pending legislative approval of current funding.

Motion by: _______________________

Second by: _______________________

Vote: _______________________

2014-2015 AEP Teacher
Salaries > The board is requested to approve a one-step salary increase for part-time Alternative Education Program Teachers according to TEA's Minimum Salary Schedule.

They are also requested to approve a 3% salary increase for full-time Alternative Education Program Staff.

Motion by: _______________________

Second by: _______________________

Vote: _______________________

Evaluation of Executive Director > The Commissioner has not completed his evaluation of the executive director and has not authorized employment for 2014.

However, the Board will proceed with their evaluation of the Executive Director. A copy of the evaluation instrument is enclosed in the Board packet for Board members to use as a worksheet to note questions, etc., prior to the regular meeting. Board Members are asked to bring worksheets to regular meeting. Each Board Member will receive a clean copy at the regular meeting for completion, and entry into record.

Administrative Management (continued)

Executive Session
To Evaluate Executive Director and Consider Continued Employment for 2014-2015 >

Executive Session
Section 551.074: Personnel Matters



Continued Employment of Executive Director
for 2014-2015 > Approval is sought to continue employment of executive director for the 2014-2015 school year pending authorization from the Commissioner of Education.

Motion by: _______________________

Second by: _______________________

Vote: ______________________

2014-2015 Salary for Executive Director > The Board is requested to consider the salary of the Executive Director pending employment authorization from the Commissioner of Education.

Motion by: _______________________

Second by: _______________________

Vote: _______________________

Financial Management

Investment Portfolio Report > As required in Policy No. CBF the Executive Director will present a detailed report on the service center investment portfolio (copy enclosed). Recommendation: Approval as Presented.

Motion by: _______________________

Second by: _______________________

Vote: _______________________


Financial Management (continued)
2013-2014
- Statement of Operations
as of March 31, 2014,
- Budget Amendments as of April 2014,
- Check Register
as of March 31, 2014, and,
- Checks Over $10,000 > The Executive Director will review the Statement of Operations as of March 31, 2014, Requested Budget Amendments of ESC local funds as of April 2014, the February/March Check Register, and a list of Checks Over $10,000 (copies enclosed).
Recommendation: Approval as Presented.

Motion by: _______________________

Second by: _______________________

Vote: _______________________

Food Service
Cooperative Supplies & Grocery Proposals > The Region 5 Food Service Cooperative will receive proposals for food service supplies and groceries. The purchasing advisory group comprised of one representative from each of the 48 participating districts will tabulate and recommend vendor awards by line item. The Board is requested to authorize the vendor selection committee to award the bid to vendor(s) submitting the best bid proposals.

Motion by: _______________________

Second by: _______________________

Vote: _______________________

Discussion/Information Items

S.A.S. Application/
2014-2015 > As soon as the 2014-2015 allocations for Service Center programs are received, we will begin the process of submitting our 2014-2015 budgets to the Texas Education Agency through the S.A.S. application.

June Board Meeting
> It is recommended that the next Board meeting be held on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at Edison Plaza.
ILD Agreement
with Lamar University > Dr. Lovett will discuss a new partnership with Region 5 ESC and Lamar University.
Update on Revenue
from Outside Rentals > Revenue generated from outside rentals beginning March 2013 through April 4, 2014.


Discussion/Information Items (continued)

Executive Session > 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.

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

Conduct a closed session:

Motion by: _______________________

Second by: _______________________

Vote: _______________________

Beginning Time: ________

Return to open session:

Motion by: _______________________

Second by: _______________________

Vote: _______________________

Ending Time: __________

Adjournment > Motion by: _______________________

Second by: _______________________

Vote: _______________________

Ending Time: __________


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Agency Name: Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: LRGVDC Transportation Center, 510 S. Pleasantview Dr.
City Location: Weslaco
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002883
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ken Jones, Executive Director, 956-682-3481
Agenda:
PRESIDING: HON. NORMA G. GARCIA

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

2. Consider Approval RE: March 26, 2014 Meeting Minutes President


3. Administration President

A. Report(s) from Legislative Delegation

B. Public Comment President

C. Appointment of 2014-2015 Nominating Committee President

D. Schedule Meeting Dates President
1. Nominating Committee Meeting
2. May Membership Meeting for Board Elections

E. Report RE: Texas Gas Service (COSA) Filing Ken Jones

F. Consider Recommendation on Selection of Building
Contractor RE: CIEDO Building Victor Morales
Procurement Director

G. Presentation of Quarterly Investment Report Crystal Balboa
Finance Director

H. Presentation from Corporation for Texas Regionalism (CTR) Don Medina

4. Regional Police Academy and Training Center Report Paul R. Williams
Director
A. Act upon Recommendations from the Police Academy Advisory Committee

1. Consider Approval RE: Amendment to Police Advisory Committee By-laws

2. Consider Approval RE: Adopt the Standard Operating Procedures for the LRGVDC Regional Police Academy and Training Center

3. Consider Approval RE: Basic Peace Officer Course Rules and Regulations Update

4. Consider Appointment to Police Advisory Committee


B. Status Report from Regional Police Academy

1. In-Service Training
2. Basic Peace Officer Academy
3. Training Courses Reported (March 2014)
4. May 2014 Training Courses
5. Regional Police Academy & Training Center


5. Report from Area Agency on Aging Jose L. Gonzalez
Director
A. Act Upon Area Agency on Aging (AAoA) Advisory Council Recommendations

1. Consider Approval of Business Associate Agreement and Consultant Agreement with Cynthia Gonzales RE: Medicaid Provider Number

B. Program Status Report
1. Fiscal Year 2014 Appropriations


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

1. Regional Small Cities Coalition Report

a. Economic Development Administration s (EDA) Investing in Manufacturing Communities Partnership (IMCP)

b. Create an RSCC Connected Community Engagement Program

7. Report from Valley Metro Tom Logan
Director
A. Act Upon Staff Recommendation

1. Consider Approval RE: Elimination of Fares on Route 50 Brownsville-Port Isabel

B. Rural and Urban System
1. Program Status Reports
a. Ridership Report
b. Regional Transportation Advisory Panel (RTAP) Activity


8. Report from Regional Planning and Services Marcie Oviedo
Director
A. Environmental Resources

1. Water Resources

a. Program Activity and Status Reports

1. Rio Grande Regional Water Planning Group (Region M)
2. Rio Grande Regional Water Authority (RGRWA) Joe Barrera
RGRWA Executive Director


2. Solid Waste Management

a. Program Status Report on Solid Waste Program Activities


B. HUD Disaster Recovery Funding

1. Consider Recommendations from Housing Advisory Committee

a. Committee Membership Appointment
b. Proclamation Declaring April as Fair Housing Month
c. LRGVDC FHAST Form: Fair Housing Resolutions
d. Disposition of HOP Properties
e. Multi-Family 2nd NOFA Recommendations

2. Program Status Report on 2nd Round Disaster Recovery Funding

a. Multi-Family Rental Program
b. Single Family Rental Program
c. Multi-Family 2nd NOFA
d. Rapid Recovery Pilot Program
e. Housing Assistance Program (Single Family Owner Occupied)
f. Homeowner Opportunity Program


9. Report from Homeland Security Manuel Cruz
Director
A. Act upon Homeland Security Program

1. Consider Ratification of Executive Committee Action RE: FY 2014 Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP) Allocations.

2. Status Reports

a. FY 2013 Homeland Security Grant Program
b. FY 2014 Homeland Security Grant Program
c. Citizen Corps Program (CCP)
d. Hazard Mitigation Grant Program


B. Act upon Criminal Justice Advisory Committee Recommendation

1. Consider Approval RE: FY 2014-2015 VA-Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant Priority Listing and Resolution

2. Consider Approval RE: WF-Violence Against Women (VAWA) Grant Priority Listing and Resolution

3. Consider Approval RE: DJ-Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program Priority Listing and Resolution

4. Consider Approval RE: JA-Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (JJDP) Program Priority Listing and Resolution

5. Consider Approval RE: Criminal Justice Advisory Committee Membership Revision to the CJAC By-laws

6. Program Status Report
a. CJD Planning

C. Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS)
1. Status Report
a. FY 2013 Mass Fatality Grant


10. Report from 9-1-1 Department Juan Gomez
Director
A. Program Status Report
1. Addressing and Database
2. Mapping
3. Training


11. Old or New Business President
A. Reservoir Levels

12. Adjourn President


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Agency Name: West Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 3702 Loop 322
City Location: Abilene
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002813
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Tom Smith 325-672-8544
Agenda:
I. CALL TO ORDER

II. INVOCATION

III. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF MARCH 26, 2014 MEETING (ACTION)

V. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE APPROVAL OF THE FINANCIAL REPORT (ACTION)
VI. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING ANNUAL APPROVAL OF THE AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENT (ACTION)
VII. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE APPROVAL OF OUT OF STATE TRAVEL REQUESTS (ACTION)

VIII. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE APPROVAL OF REVISIONS TO WCTCOG CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADVISORY COMMITTEE GRANT APPLICATION POLICY STATEMENTS FOR FY 2015 (ACTION)

IX. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING THE APPROVAL OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADVISORY COMMITTEE S PRIORITIZATION AND FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR GRANT APPLICATIONS UNDER GENERAL VICTIM ASSISTANCE, JUVENILE PROGRAMS, AND JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAMS FUNDING SOURCES FOR FY 2015 (ACTION)

X. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING PERMISSION TO ISSUE A SOLICITATION TO ESTABLISH A LIST OF APPROVED CONTRACTORS FOR AREA AGENCY ON AGING SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM SERVICES (ACTION)

XI. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING APPROVAL OF A FUNDING FORMULA FOR THE 2015 SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM (ACTION)

XII. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL RECEIVE A REPORT FROM THE AHEC DEPARTMENT REGARDING UPCOMING SUMMER CAMPS

XIII. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL RECEIVE A REPORT FROM THE HOMELAND SECURITY PROGRAM REGARDING THE STATUS OF THE FY2014 GRANT

XIV. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND OR TAKE ACTION REGARDING APPROVAL OF A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION TO THE CITY OF ABILENE FOR THE 2014-2015 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM & HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM (ACTION)

XV. ADJOURN

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE WEST CENTRAL TEXAS COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 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) SEE LIST BELOW, 551.072 (DELIBERATIONS ABOUT REAL PROPERTY), 551.073 (DELIBERATIONS ABOUT GIFTS AND DONATIONS), 551.074 (PERSONNEL MATTERS) 551.087, (BUSINESS PROSPECT/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT), AND 551.076 (DELIBERATIONS ABOUT SECURITY DEVICES)



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Agency Name: Trinity River Authority of Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 5300 S Collins
City Location: Arlington
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002834
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Howard S. Slobodin, Sec., Board of Directors, PO Box 60, Arlington, TX 76004; 817-467-4343
Agenda:
A. CENTRAL REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- LIFT STATIONS 5 AND 5A REHABILITATION -- CONTRACT AWARD.

B. CENTRAL REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- LIFT STATIONS 5 AND 5A REHABILITATION -- ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

C. DENTON CREEK REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- KIRKWOOD AND CADE BRANCH LIFT STATIONS AND SCHOOLING ROAD DROP MANHOLE IMPROVEMENTS -- CONTRACT AWARD.

D. DENTON CREEK REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- KIRKWOOD AND CADE BRANCH LIFT STATIONS AND SCHOOLING ROAD DROP MANHOLE IMPROVEMENTS -- ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

E. RED OAK CREEK REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- RED OAK CREEK RELIEF INTERCEPTOR, SEGMENT RO-1 -- CONTRACT AWARD.

F. RED OAK CREEK REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- RED OAK CREEK RELIEF INTERCEPTOR, SEGMENT RO-1 -- ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

G. CENTRAL REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- HEADWORKS B IMPROVEMENTS PHASE I AND PHASE II PROJECT -- ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

H. CENTRAL REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- MOUNTAIN CREEK FISH CREEK INTERCEPTOR, SEGMENT MC-3 -- FIRST AMENDMENT -- ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

I. DENTON CREEK REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- 25HC-4 RELIEF INTERCEPTOR -- ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

J. INVESTIGATIONS INTO YIELD AUGMENTATION OF JOE POOL LAKE -- ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT.

K. REVISED WATER CONSERVATION AND DROUGHT CONTINGENCY PLANS:
BARDWELL RESERVOIR, JOE POOL RESERVOIR, NAVARRO MILLS RESERVOIR, TARRANT COUNTY WATER SUPPLY PROJECT, LAKE LIVINGSTON AND WALLISVILLE SALTWATER BARRIER PROJECTS, HUNTSVILLE REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM, LIVINGSTON REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM, TRINITY COUNTY REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM.

L. MASTER PLAN ANNUAL REPORT.

M. APPROVAL AND FILING OF ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013.

N. REPORT TO MANAGEMENT BY WEAVER AND TIDWELL, L.L.P. FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED NOVEMBER 30, 2013.

O. PREPARATION OF ANNUAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2015.

P. INVESTMENT OFFICERS' REPORT.

Q. SUMMARY REPORT OF BUDGET AMENDMENTS.

R. CENTRAL REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM -- MASTER RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE EXTENDABLE COMMERCIAL PAPER FINANCING PROGRAM -- RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE, SALE, AND DELIVERY OF REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS -- DEALER AGREEMENT WITH MORGAN STANLEY AND CO. LLC -- ISSUING AND PAYING AGENT AGREEMENT WITH U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION.

S. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT SERVICES -- MULTIPROTOCOL LABEL SWITCHING -- BUSINESS CONTINUITY/DISASTER RECOVERY.

T. GENERAL SERVICES -- PERSONNEL POLICIES -- REVISIONS AND UPDATES OF POLICIES.

U. REVISIONS TO THE VEHICLE POLICY GOVERNING EMPLOYEES.

V. SALARY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM -- REVISIONS TO MANAGEMENT POSITIONS.

W. SUMMARY REPORT OF GENERAL MANAGER-APPROVED AGREEMENTS.

X. SUMMARY REPORT OF CHANGE ORDERS.

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

Y. CONDEMNATION STATUS REPORT.

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

AA. LITIGATION STATUS REPORT.

BB. BID AWARDS.


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Agency Name: High Plains Underground Water Conservation District Number 1
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Planning Group
Status: Active
Street Location: 2930 Avenue Q
City Location: Lubbock
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002724
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: H. P. (Bo) Brown Jr., Chairman, 3101 19th Street, Lubbock TX 79410.
Agenda:
1. Call to Order and Welcome by Chairman H.P. Brown Jr.

2. Roll Call of members to establish quorum.

3. Introduce new members and guests (Chairman Brown)
* New TWDB Project Manager Sarah Backhouse

ACTION ITEMS:

4. Discuss and take possible action to approve the January 16, 2014 regular meeting minutes. (Chairman Brown).

5. Discuss and take possible action to approve the financial report. (Secretary-Treasurer Doug Hutcheson).

6. Discuss and take action to accept the resignation of Judge James M. ( Mike ) DeLoach as the county government representative.

7. Discuss and take action to accept the resignation of Delaine Baucum as an agriculture representative.

8. Receive a report of the draft 2011 Region O strategy prioritization, request authorization for the consultant and Water Management Strategy subcommittee to work to address any comments received, and request approval for submission to the Texas Water Development Board by June 1. (Aubrey Spear/Andy Donnelly).

9. Receive a report/presentation on the updated identified water needs in
Region O. (Andy Donnelly).

10. Receive an update on the progress of Chapter 7 ( drought management ) of the 2016 Llano Estacado Regional Water Plan. (Andy Donnelly).

COMMITTEE REPORTS AND OTHER INFORMATION:

11. Hear a presentation from the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board regarding its brush management program.

12. Hear a presentation from the Texas Alliance for Water Conservation regarding its demonstration project in Floyd and Hale Counties.

13. Receive a report from the TWDB Project Manager (Temple McKinnon and Sarah Backhouse).

14. Receive a report from the LERWPG Technical Consultant (Andy Donnelly or Amy Ewing).

15. Receive a report from the LERWPG Administrator (Jason Coleman).

16. Receive a report regarding the April 1, 2014 RWPG Chairs Conference Call.

17. Receive a report from the GMA # 2 and GMA # 6 representatives. (Ronnie Hopper and Jack Campsey).

18. Receive reports from liaisons to other regional water planning groups:
Regions A, B, F, and G.

19. Receive public input and comments to the regional water planning group.

20. Consider a date and agenda items for the next regular meeting.

21. Consider other business and announcements.

22. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Panhandle Ground Water Conservation District Number 3
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 201 W Third St
City Location: White Deer
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002799
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: CE Williams,General Manager,PO Box 637,201 W Third St,White Deer,TX 79097, cew@pgcd.us
Agenda:
PANHANDLE GROUNDWATER
CONSERVATION DISTRICT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
DISTRICT OFFICE
Windmill Room
201 W. Third St, White Deer
April 23, 2014
9:00 A.M.
Agenda

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PUBLIC COMMENT Please limit comments to 3 minutes

ACTION ITEMS

3. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON MINUTES.
a. Board Meeting 3/18/14
b. Rules Hearing 3/18/14
c. Petco Hearing 3/18/14

4. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON EXPENDITURES.
a. March 2014

5. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON AG LOAN(S) TO FARMERS.

6. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON POTTER COUNTY PRIVATE SALE.
1) W 25FT of Lot 11 & all of Lot 10, Block 16, East Amarillo #1 Addition @ 3620 NE 15TH AVE,
Potter County, Texas Bid: $22,885.20

7. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON CARSON COUNTY DELINQUENT PROPERTY SEALED BID.
1) Lots 14, 15 & 16, Block 4, Santa Fe Addition, Skellytown, Carson County, Texas. Bid: $50
2) Lots 22, 23 & 24, Blk 14, New Roxana Addition, Skellytown, Carson County, Texas. Bid: $50

8. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON DONLEY COUNTY SHERIFF S SALE.
1) Lot 170, Navajo, Howardwick, Donley County, Texas. Minimum: $400 Bid: $400

9. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO AMEND CITY OF AMARILLO MULTIPLE WELL PERMIT
CP-1117A-MULT ORIGINALLY APPROVED APRIL 17, 2009.

10. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO ENACT AN ADMINISTRATIVE EMERGENCY FEE OF $250 FOR
LESS THAN 24 HOUR NOTICE FOR NEED OF FIELD TECHNICIAN SERVICES.

11. CONSENT AGENDA DRILLING PERMITS
The following items are a part of the Consent Agenda. All Well Permit requests in Agenda
Items A B have been thoroughly reviewed by staff, are administratively complete and the
General Manager is recommending issuance.

Drilling Permits for wells with 4 pump or smaller
** indicated well log has been received
A. DOMESTIC

1. PO-425-DW Robin Neusch .87 ac 1 to be drilled by Magic Circle by 3/25/14
NW/4 Sec 96, Blk 2, AB&M Survey (being located @ 6945 Worley Dr. in Ponderosa park, approx. 1 mi N of E Loop 335 N on N Lakeside Dr, then W approx. 5/6 mi on Willow Creek Rd, then S of Worley St to well location on W side of street) Potter County, Texas.

2. PO-426-DW Royce Butler 5.69 ac 1 to be drilled by K-Ran by 4/29/14
SW/4 Sec 48, Blk 9, BS&F Survey (being located @ 8650 Cliffside Road in Cliffside Estates, E off of N Soncy Rd on Cliffside Road on N side of Road, N of W Amarillo) Potter County, Texas.

3. RO-222-DW-Oth-R Mesa Vista Ranch (Boone Pickens) 41,000 ac 4 to be
drilled by K-Ran by 3/31/14 SW part of Sec 8, Blk 46, H&TC Survey (being
located 1 ½ mi W of Hwy 70 & 2 ½ mi S of Canadian River Bridge on W side of
Chicken Creek) Roberts County, Texas. Replacement

INDUSTRIAL WELLS

4. CA-1240-Ind Chris Britten 60 ac 3 to be drilled by K-Ran by 3/12/14
SE/4 Sec 90, Blk B3, H&GN Survey (being located approx. 2/10 mi S of Groom City Limits (also Front St)on CoRd CC, the E to well location) Carson County, Texas.
2 Easements on File
IRRIGATION

5. GR-741 Franklin Ranch 160 ac 4 to be drilled by K-Ran by 4/1/14
NE/4 Sec 7, Blk B6, H&GN Survey (being located approx. 8 mi E of LeFors on Ranch Rd 1321 & 2 ½ mi N) Gray County, Texas.

6. DO-396 Dan Sawyer 320 ac 4 to be drilled by 4M by no date
SW/4 Sec 3, Blk unmbrd, Franklin CSL Survey (being located N on CR 3, from CR LL which is on N side of Hwy 287 to CR M, then E on CR M approx. ½ mile until it dead ends at CR 4, then N on CR 4 approx. 8/10 mi and well location is 1st well to the E approx. 120 yds, approx. 3 mi E of Armstrong Co Line) Donley County, Texas. Well #1 of 4-4 wells

7. DO-397 Dan Sawyer 320 ac 4 to be drilled by 4M by no date
S Center Sec 3, Blk unmbrd, Franklin CSL Survey (being located N on CR 3, from CR LL which is on N side of Hwy 287 to CR M, then E on CR M approx. ½ mile until it dead ends at CR 4, then N on CR 4 approx. 8/10 mi and well location is 2nd well to the E approx. 230 yds E of 1st well, approx. 3 mi E of Armstrong Co Line) Donley County, Texas.
Well #2 of 4-4 wells



8. DO-398 Dan Sawyer 320 ac 4 to be drilled by 4M by no date
SE/4 Sec 3, Blk unmbrd, Franklin CSL Survey (being located N on CR 3, from CR LL which is on N side of Hwy 287 to CR M, then E on CR M approx. ½ mile until it dead ends at CR 4, then N on CR 4 approx. 8/10 mi and well location is 3rd well to the E approx. 205 yds E of 2nd well, approx. 3 mi E of Armstrong Co Line) Donley County, Texas.
Well #3 of 4-4 wells

9. DO-399 Dan Sawyer 320 ac 4 to be drilled by 4M by no date
SE/4 Sec 3, Blk unmbrd, Franklin CSL Survey (being located N on CR 3, from CR LL which is on N side of Hwy 287 to CR M, then E on CR M approx. ½ mile until it dead ends at CR 4, then N on CR 4 approx. 8/10 mi and well location is 4th well to the E approx. 210 yds E of 3rd well, approx. 3 mi E of Armstrong Co Line) Donley County, Texas.
Well #4 of 4-4 wells

10. WH-297 McDowell Ranch 960 ac 4 to be drilled by Wyatt Drlg by
3/22/14 SW/4 Sec 66, Blk 13, H&GN Survey (being located approx. 7 1/5 mi E of Shamrock on I-40, then approx. 1 1/3 mi N to well location)Wheeler County, Texas.
Well # 2 S Well

11. WH-299 Lee Parsley 320 ac 4 to be drilled by 3T by no date
NE/4 Sec 32, Blk A8, H&GN Survey (being located 3/10 mi W of Hwy 83 on S side of CoRd Q, approx. 4 4 ½ mi S of Wheeler) Wheeler County, Texas.

12. DO-402 Robert Weiss 160 ac 4 to be drilled by K-Ran by 4/16/14
NW/4 Sec 66, Blk 21, H&GN Survey (being located NE of Hedley approx. 9 ½ mi on Hwy 273. As Hwy 273 curves N, continue E on FM 2944 approx. ¼ mi and well location is on N side of FM 2944) Donley County, Texas. In Study Area 05-4-A11

13. DO-404 Harold White 510 ac 4 to be drilled by Faulk Drilling by 4/29/14
SE/4 Sec 2, Blk unmbrd, M H Devine Survey (being located approx. 1 ¼ mi E of Hedley and approx. 1/3 mi W of CoRd 27) Donley County, Texas. In Study Area 05-4-A11

14. DO-403 Catherine Ford 480 ac 4 to be drilled by K-Ran by 4/18/14
SW/4 Sec 94, Blk 21, H&GN Survey (being located approx. ½ mi W of CoRd 32 and Collingsworth County Line on S side of CoRd O) Donley County, Texas.

B. Drilling Permits for wells larger than 4

1. WH-296 McDowell Ranch 960 ac 6 to be drilled by Wyatt Drlg by 3/22/14
NW/4 Sec 66, Blk 13, H&GN Survey (being located approx. 7 1/3 mi E of
Shamrock on I-40, then approx. just under 1 mi N to well location on NE edge of
circle)Wheeler County, Texas. Well # 1 N Well

2. WH-298-R Dennis J Hefley 480 ac 8 to be drilled by First Priority by no date
NE/4 Sec 71, Blk M1, H&GN Survey (being located ½ mi W of intersection of CR
EE & CR 10, then ¼ mi S & ¼ mi E to well location, approx. 1 mi S of Hemphill Co
line and approx. 2 mi W of Hwy 83) Wheeler County, Texas.
This well replaces WH-261 app, approved 3/22/13- the well kept sanding up
3. AR-52 Anthony Bass 313.59 ac 8 to be drilled by 4-M by June 2014
NW/4 Sec 113, Blk B3, H&GN Survey (being located approx. 1 1/5 mi E of FM
294 and Hwy 287 intersection (Goodnight), then S to well location) Armstrong Co, Texas.
4. DO-400 Don Hall 325 ac 6 to be drilled by Faulk Drlg by 4/8/14
Center Sec 31 ½, Blk HD, D Curd Survey (being located @ 4220 FM 1547, approx.
7/10 mi E of CR 27 & Hwy 273 intersection, then approx. 210 yards N to well
location, NE of Hedley) Donley County, Texas.

5. DO-380-R Linda Kay Bell 144 ac 6 to be drilled by 4M by 4/11/14
NW/4 Sec 4, Blk unmbrd, Franklin CSL Survey (being located approx. 1 mi N of Hwy 287
on CoRd 1, on W side of CoRd 1) Donley County, Texas.
Replacement/In Study Area 07-3-A11

6. DO-401 Barb Land & Cattle 320 ac 6 to be drilled by K-Ran by 4/3/14
SE/4 Sec 90, Blk 21, H&GN Survey (being located approx. ½ mi E of CoRd 30, on N side of
FM 2944, approx. 1 ½ mi W of Collingsworth Co Line) Donley County, Texas.

7. GR-733 David Bowers 200 ac water rights 8 to be drilled by Hydro by 1/29/14 NW/4 Sec 120, Blk M2, BS&F Survey (being located approx. 7 mi SW of Miami on Hwy
60, then S approx. 1 ¾ mi to CoRd B, the W 1 ¼ mi, then N approx. ¾ mi to well location)
Gray County, Texas.

8. GR-734 Dudley Pohnert 200 ac water rights 8 to be drilled by Hydro by 1/29/14
NE/4 Sec 120, Blk M2, BS&F Survey (being locate approx 7 mi SW of Miami on Hwy 60,
then S approx. 1 ¾ mi to CoRd B, the W 2 mi to CoRd 23, then N approx. ¾ mi, well
location on W side of CoRd 23) Gray County, Texas.

RECLASSIFY WELLS

1. AR-50 David McAnear 294 ac 8 Reclassify to a 6 Approved as 8 on 3/18/14
to be drilled by 4M by 2/19/14 NE/4 Sec 114, Blk B3, H&GN Survey (being located approx. 2 ¼ mi W of Goodnight on Juliet Rd, then approx. ¼ mi S to well location & approx. ¾ mi N of Hwy 287) Armstrong County, Texas. In Study Area 09-1

12. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO SET FUTURE MEETING DATES.

13. STAFF UPDATES Preliminary Report on Depletion Program

14. MANAGERS REPORT

15. ADJOURN

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 Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District Board of Directors may meet in executive session on any of the above agenda items for consultation concerning legal 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), or for any other purpose authorized by Chapter 551 of the Texas Government code. Any subject discussed in executive session may be subject to action during an open meeting. The presiding officer of the Board, prior to the Board meeting in executive session, will announce that a closed meeting will be held and will publicly identify the section or sections of the Government Code Chapter 551 under which the closed meeting is to be held.

PUBLIC NOTICE
This notice complies with Section 551.043, of the Open Meetings Act, requiring posting of the items to be considered at least 72 hours prior to the meeting. Notice has been filed with the Secretary of State s office in Austin, and with the county clerk s offices in Carson, Gray, Armstrong, Donley, Potter, Roberts, and Wheeler counties, in compliance with Section 551.053 of the Open Meetings Act.
Posted this 17th day of April 2014, at 201 W. Third St., White Deer, Texas, at _____ a.m./ p.m.


__________________________________________
Anita Haiduk, Panhandle GWCD


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Agency Name: Canyon Regional Water Authority
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 850 Lakeside Pass
City Location: New Braunfels
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002738
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ritzie Watkins 830-609-0543
Agenda:
Item 1. Open Meeting and approval of minutes
Item 2. Operations Report Charlie Powell
Item 3. Report from Staff on various meetings regarding Wells Ranch, GBRA, Gonzales and Guadalupe Groundwater Districts, and the Hays Caldwell PUA.
Item 4. Report on improvements to the Wells Ranch Project
Item 5. Report on and Discussion/Action on treatment techniques and water quality improvements at Lake Dunlap and Hays Caldwell WTPs.
Item 6. Discussion/Report on lease agreements for future Brackish Wilcox project.
Item 7. Discussion/Report on submittals to Region L and the current planning process.
Item 8. Discussion/Report on discussions about a joint project with TWA and HCPUA.
Item 9. Report on the Regional Water Alliance
Item 10. Items for the next Board of Managers meeting or the Board of Trustees Meeting


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Agency Name: Northeast Texas Municipal Water District
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Southside Steering Committee formed by the NETMWD Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: Northeast Texas Municipal Water District Executive Office, 4180 FM 250, Morris County,
City Location: Hughes Springs,
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002686
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
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 Southside Steering Committee will consider and act on the following items:
1. Call to order, recognition of attendance, and approval of minutes for the
March 19, 2014 meeting.
2. Report on Water Production Operations. This agenda item includes discussion on leak repairs on the Southside pipeline.
3. Financial Report for March 2014.
4. Consideration and action on three month review for LOPSS expenses and authorization to make adjusting entries for variable operating expenses based on actual production for January, February and March 2014.
5. Set next meeting date. Consider May 14, 2014 for the next meeting.
6. Adjourn.

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Agency Name: Hays Caldwell Public Utility Agency
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 3:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 501 E. Hopkins
City Location: San Marcos
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002751
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Graham Moore (512-684-3144)
Agenda:
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 3:00 PM

San Marcos Activity Center
501 E. Hopkins Street, San Marcos, TX 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, April 23, 2014, at the San Marcos Activity Center, 501 E. Hopkins, San Marcos, Texas. Additional information can be obtained by calling Graham Moore at (512) 684-3144.

Item 1. Call to Order.

Item 2. Roll Call.

Item 3. Consider approval of minutes of the Regular Meetings held March 26, 2014.

Item 4. Public Comments (3-minute time limit, each).

Item 5. Report on Executive Committee activities.

Item 6. Report on public relations activities by Gap Strategies; discussion and direction to staff and consultants on future activities.

Item 7. Consider adoption of Resolution approving agreements with Broadway National Bank for the Agency s banking services.

Item 8. Consider adoption of Resolution naming authorized signatories on the Agency s Broadway National Bank and TexSTAR pooling accounts.

Item 9. Consider adoption of Resolution approving the Agency s Water Sharing Plan Rules and Procedures.

Item 10. Update on status and next steps for groundwater permitting within the Plum Creek Conservation District.

Item 11. Consider adoption of Resolution awarding a contract to Andrews & Foster Drilling Company, Inc. for the Test Drilling and Aquifer Testing Project.

Item 12. Discussion and possible direction to Staff regarding next steps, action items and a schedule related to the exploration of hiring full-time staff for the Agency.

Item 13. Update, discussion and possible direction to Staff regarding the Region L Planning Group and meetings with the Texas Water Development Board.

Item 14. 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 and Hays County activities.

Item 15. Review and consider approval of the financial reports for February and March 2014.

Item 16. Review and consider approval of the quarterly financial report for the period ending March 31, 2014.

Item 17. Staff and General Counsel Report.

Item 18. Executive Session pursuant to the Government Code, Section 551.071 (Consultation with Attorney) and/or Section 551.072 and 551.073 (Real Property Deliberations) regarding:
A. Water supply partnership options

Item 19. Action from Executive Session on the following matters:
A. Water supply partnership options

Item 20. Consider adoption of a Resolution approving a contract amendment with Mark B. Taylor for assistance in evaluating partnership options.

Item 21. Consider adoption of a Resolution approving Amendment #2 to the FY 2013-14 Agency budget to provide funding for the Test Drilling and Aquifer Testing Project and for evaluation of partnership options.

Item 22. Board Member items no action to be taken.

Item 23. Adjourn the meeting.

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: Regional Water Planning Group B
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Regional Water Planning Group B
Status: Active
Street Location: 3000 Hammon Road
City Location: Wichita Falls
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002765
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Red River Authority of Texas, P.O. Box 240, Wichita Falls, Texas 76307-0240, 940-723-2236 curtis.campbell@rra.texas.gov
Agenda:
1. Public Meeting Call to Order, Invocation, Roll Call, and Introductions
2. Review and Approval of Minutes of the January 22, 2014 RWPG - Area B Meeting
3. Review and Approval of Minutes of the April 3, 2014 Technical Advisory Committee Meeting
4. Introduction of and Remarks from Director Kathleen Jackson of the Texas Water Development Board
5. Discuss and Consider Approval of the Draft Water Management Strategy Prioritization Schedule as Reviewed by the Technical Advisory Committee
6. Consider Authorizing the Administrative Agency to Submit the Draft Water Management Strategy Prioritization Schedule to the Texas Water Development Board by June 1, 2014, once Approved
7. Consider Authorizing the Consultants and the Technical Advisory Committee to Address any Comments Received from the Texas Water Development Board on the Draft Water Management Strategy Prioritization Schedule and Prepare a Final Prioritization Schedule for Approval by the RWPG in August 2014
8. Receive Additional Information on the Yields of Lakes Arrowhead and Kickapoo
9. Update from the Texas Water Development Project Manager
10. Public Input and Comments to the Planning Group
11. Consider Date and Agenda Items for the Next Meeting
12. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Alamo Area Development Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: AADC Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 8700 Tesoro Dr, Al J. Notzon III Board Room, 1st Floor
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002877
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Tim Trevino, Interim Co-Executive Director, at 210-832-5089 or ttrevino@aacog.com
Agenda:
Agenda
Alamo Area Development Corporation
Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 12:00 p.m.
Al J Notzon III Board Room
8700 Tesoro, Suite 100
San Antonio, TX 78217



1. Meeting called to Order.

2. Roll Call.

3. Public Comment.

4. Consider and act upon the March 17, 2014, meeting minutes.

5. Consider and act upon closing of dormant Wells Fargo Bank Account.

6. Consider and act upon authorizing the Interim Co-Executive Directors to negotiate and enter into a contract with a selected vendor in response to the Request for Proposal 2014-001 (Bank Depository Services) which was released on March 10, 2014, with a submittal deadline of April 8, 2014, 10:00 am.

7. Discussion and appropriate action regarding the composition of funding for AADC.

8. Discussion and appropriate action regarding the current and two upcoming vacancies on the board of directors of the Alamo Area Development Corporation.

9. Next meeting date: TBA

10. Adjournment.




NOTE: The AADC 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 Open Meetings Act (Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code)


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Agency Name: Workforce Solutions for the Heart of Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 3:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1416 S. New Road
City Location: Waco
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002868
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: judy.hedge@hotworkforce.com
Agenda:
--SPECIAL CALLED MEETING--


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 Development Board, Inc. will hold a SPECIAL CALLED meeting on Wednesday, the 23rd Day of April 2014 at 3:00 PM at the McLennan County Workforce Solutions Center, located at 1416 S. New Road in Waco, Texas at which time the following subjects will be considered:

AGENDA
(Items may not be presented in the order they appear)

I. Determination of Quorum and Call to Order

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

III. Introduction of Guests and Comments from the Chair

IV. Public Comment

V. Discussions lead by McLennan County Judge/Workforce CEO Scott Felton and City of Waco Mayor/Workforce CEO Malcolm Duncan, Jr. with appointed Workforce Board members on community priorities for Workforce Solutions, Board member responsibilities, and future communication/meetings.


VI. Adjourn



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Agency Name: Kenedy County Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 151 North Mallory
City Location: Sarita
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002802
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Andy Garza
Agenda:
1. Call Meeting to Order
2. Receive Public Comments
3. Discuss & Act on Minutes of March 26, 2014, Regular Meeting
4. Receive General Manager s Activity Report and Act, If Necessary, Regarding:
a. Communications
b. Brush Country GCD meeting
c. GMA-16 meeting held on April 22, 2014
d. Drought report
e. Wind farm tour
f. News articles
g. Other
5. Discuss and Act, If Necessary, to Approve Contract With Dr. Gabriele Bonaiti, Texas A&M University, to Improve Well Data Management
6. Receive Report on Possible Need for New Copier With Appropriate Scanning Capabilities and Act, If Necessary, on Lease Proposal
7. Discuss and Act to Approve Travel for General Manager to Attend TAGD Quarterly Meeting in May, 2014
8. Discuss and Act on Extension of Surety Bonds from May31 to December 31, 2014
9. Receive Report on 2014 Budget as of March 31, 2014
10. Discuss & Act on Date of Next Board Meeting
11. Discuss and Act on Payment of Bills
12. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Duval County Groundwater Conservation District
Date of Meeting: 04/23/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 225 E. Railroad Ave.
City Location: Benavides
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002767
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
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 PUBLIC HEARING and meeting, General and Special, of the governing body of the above-named political subdivision will be held on Wednesday, the 23rd, day of April, 2014, 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 meeting to order, declare meeting open to the public and roll call.
2. Reading and approval of the minutes of the March 26, 2014 district board
meeting.
3. Presentation by Eliana Trevino representative of United Health Care.
4. Review, discuss, and act on providing dental, vision, and life insurance through United Health
Care for our two employees.
5. Review, discuss, and act on monthly financial statements from Mr. Ernest Garza (CPA).
6. Review, discuss, and pay all bills due. A complete list of all obligations and amounts due will be
made available at meeting time.
7. Review, discuss, and act on purchasing shower heads to distribute to our County landowner s
as part of our conservation efforts in accordance with our Management Plan.
8. District General Managers monthly report.
A. Credit card expenses for March 2014
B. Wells registered
C. Correspondence
9. Review, discuss, and act on providing funding for well plugging program, on a once a year per
eligible applicant basis.
10. Discuss Well Plugging program rules and guidelines, limits on funding, time-frame for well to
be plugged, how program would be administered.
11. Public forum, questions, comments from any guests in attendance.
12. Setting next meeting of the Board of Directors.
13. 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 16th, DAY OF April, 2014.


_______________________________
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 16th, day of April 2014, at ________ a.m. / p.m.


Elodia M. Garza
Duval County Clerk

BY:
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Agency Name: Texas Windstorm Insurance Association
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Depopulation Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 5700 S MoPac Bldg A
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002654
Submit Date: 04/11/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Amy Berg-Ferguson, 512.899.4900
Agenda:
TWIA Depopulation Committee
Teleconference*
5700 S MoPac Bldg A
Austin, Texas
April 24, 2014
10:00 A.M.

Interested parties can listen to the meeting live by going to www.twia.org. Go to News and Upcoming Events and click on the audio link. It will take you to the link to listen to the meeting. Silverlight installation is required.


AGENDA


1. Call to Order Reminder of the Anti-Trust Statement E. Jay Sherlock 5 minutes

2. Review and Approval of Minutes from Prior Meeting - E. Jay Sherlock 5 minutes

3. Report on activity of the Voluntary Coastal Wind Insurance Portal
Workgroup - James Murphy 15 minutes

4. Consideration of process for submission and review of proposals to move TWIA insured structures into the voluntary insurance market James Murphy 40 minutes

5. Consideration of UPC Insurance takeout proposal and any other takeout proposals
submitted to TWIA - E. Jay Sherlock 20 minutes

6. Consideration of review of the TWIA Participation Formula - E. Jay Sherlock 20 minutes

7. Develop recommendations for the TWIA Board of Directors - Workgroup 30 minutes

8. Adjourn


*A quorum of the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association Board may attend this committee meeting.



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Agency Name: Texas Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: FINANCE COMMISSION OF TEXAS BUILDING 2601 N LAMAR
City Location: AUSTIN
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002196
Submit Date: 03/26/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: TERESA NELSON, SUPERVISORY ANALYST, 2601 NORTH LAMAR, SUITE 201, AUSTIN, TEXAS 78705, PHONE (512) 475-1350
Agenda:
THE PURPOSE OF THIS MEETING (HEARING) IS TO ACCUMULATE A RECORD OF EVIDENCE IN REGARD TO AN APPLICATION FROM PIONEER BANK, SSB, DRIPPING SPRINGS, THE WHOLLY-OWNED SUBSIDIARY OF PIONEER BANCSHARES, INC., AND UNION STATE BANK, KERRVILLE, THE WHOLLY-OWNED SUBSIDIDARY OF C BAR M, INC., FOR PRIOR APPROVAL OF UNION STATE BANK TO MERGE WITH AND INTO PIONEER BANK, SSB PURSUANT TO 92.351 OF THE TEXAS SAVINGS BANK ACT. PIONEER BANK, SSB WILL BE THE RESULTING ENTITY FROM THE MERGER, AND WILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE ITS MAIN OFFICE AND ITS EXISTING BRANCH OFFICES AND UNION STATE BANK'S EXISTING MAIN OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE MERGER FROM WHICH RECORD THE COMMISSIONER WILL DETERMINE WHETHER TO GRANT OR DENY THE APPLICATION.

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Agency Name: Texas Department of Transportation
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Texas Tech University, McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center
City Location: Lubbock
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002780
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Texas Department of Transportation 512.463.8630
Agenda:
AGENDA

TEXAS TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION
Texas Tech University
McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center
Lubbock, Texas

THURSDAY
April 24, 2014

9:00 A.M. CONVENE MEETING

1. Safety Briefing

2. Approval of Minutes of the March 17, 2014 special meeting and the March 27, 2014,
regular meeting of the Texas Transportation Commission

Receive comments from area public officials, community and civic leaders, and private citizens.

3. Promulgation of Administrative Rules Under Title 43, Texas Administrative Code,
and the Administrative Procedure Act, Government Code, Chapter 2001:
a. Final Adoption
Chapter 15 - Financing and Construction of Transportation Projects (MO)
Amendments to §15.51, Definitions, and §15.55, Construction Cost
Participation (Federal, State, and Local Participation)

4. Office of Compliance, Ethics, and Investigations
Office of Compliance, Ethics, and Investigations Report

5. Toll Roads
a. Tarrant County - Establish new toll rates for DFW Connector Project along
SH 114, from SH 26 to 0.5 miles east of International Parkway in Tarrant County
(MO)
b. El Paso County - Establish toll rates and a toll escalation policy for the Loop 375
Border Highway West Extension Project (Loop 375 BHW Project) from Racetrack Drive near Doniphan Road and New Mexico 273 to US 54 in the City of El Paso (MO)

6. Comprehensive Development Agreements
a. El Paso County - Approve the selection of the proposer who submitted the best
value proposal to develop, design, construct, and maintain the Loop 375 Border
Highway West Extension Project, from Racetrack Drive near Doniphan Road and New Mexico 273 (west of downtown) to US 54 (east of downtown) in the City of El Paso, and authorize the executive director of the department to execute a comprehensive development agreement with the selected proposer (MO) (Presentation)
b. Nueces County - Authorize the request for qualifications and the comprehensive
development agreement for the US 181 Harbor Bridge Project in Nueces County
to include the developer s potential financing of project costs by its carrying of a
portion of the construction costs until after the completion of construction (MO)

7. Texas Historical Commission Agreement
El Paso County - Authorize acquisition, and recommend conveyance, to the Texas
Historical Commission of certain properties in El Paso (MO)

8. Contracts
Award or reject contracts for maintenance, highway and building construction
(a) Highway Maintenance and Department Building Construction
(see attached itemized list) (MO)
(b) Highway and Transportation Enhancement Building Construction
(see attached itemized list) (MO)

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

10. Routine Minute Orders
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)
b. Right of Way Dispositions and Donations
(1) Brazos County - SH 30 northwest of William D. Fitch Parkway -
Consider the release of a drainage easement to the property owners and waiver of a service fee (MO)
(2) Dallas County - I-30 at St. Louis Street in Dallas - Consider the sale of
right of way to the city of Dallas (MO)
(3) El Paso County - SH 20 at Easy Way in El Paso - Consider the sale of
right of way to the city of El Paso (MO)

10. Routine Minute Orders (continued)
b. Right of Way Dispositions and Donations (continued)
(4) Lubbock County - County Road 1500 between Emerson Street
(CR 5700) and 12th Street (FM 1294) north of Shallowater - Consider the quitclaim to the county of right of way acquired in error in the state s name (MO)
(5) Smith County - US 69, west side, south of FM 3271 - Consider the sale of
a drainage easement to the property owner (MO)
c. Finance
(1) Obligation Limit Report (Report)
Quarterly status report on the FY 2014 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
(2) Quarterly report on FY 2014 State Highway Fund 6 cash status (Report)
(3) Accept the Quarterly Investment Report (MO)
d. Reports
Travis and Williamson Counties Accept the Report of Actual Traffic and Revenue for the Central Texas Turnpike System (CTTS) (Report)
e. Designation of Access Control
Dallas County - I-635, south of Centerville Road - Consider the designation of
one location on the frontage road at which access will be permitted to the abutting property (MO)
f. Speed Zones
Various Counties - Establish or alter regulatory and construction speed zones on
various sections of highways in the state (MO)

11. 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
b. Section 551.072 - Discussion of the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property

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

ADJOURN
* * *

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 512-936-0942.

TEXAS TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEETING
ATTACHED LISTS
April 24, 2014

HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS-STATE LET
COUNTY HIGHWAY CONTROLLING
DIST NAME NUMBER PROJECT NO.
CHS CHILDRESS FM 2042 RMC - 625472001

CRP BEE US 59 RMC - 626881001
CRP JIM WELLS US 281 RMC - 626903001
CRP NUECES IH 37 RMC - 626879001

DAL KAUFMAN US 175 RMC - 626692001
DAL NAVARRO SH 31 RMC - 626636001

FTW PARKER FM 730 RMC - 626220001

HOU BRAZORIA SH 288 RMC - 626852001
HOU GALVESTON FM 1764 RMC - 625007001
HOU GALVESTON SH 3 RMC - 625004001
HOU GALVESTON SH 3 RMC - 626741001

LRD LA SALLE FM 469 RMC - 620068001

PAR HUNT IH 30 RMC - 626915001

SAT BEXAR IH 35 RMC - 626831001

TYL HENDERSON SH 19 RMC - 626786001
TYL VAN ZANDT SH 19 RMC - 626968001

WFS ARCHER US 281 RMC - 626488001
WFS COOKE FM 373 RMC - 626681001
WFS MONTAGUE FM 3043 RMC - 626602001
WFS WICHITA US 287 RMC - 626912001
WFS WILBARGER BU 287 RMC - 626487001
WFS WILBARGER US 183 RMC - 626486001

HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS - STATE LET
COUNTY HIGHWAY CONTROLLING
DIST NAME NUMBER PROJECT NO.
ABL MITCHELL CR BR 2008(757)
ABL MITCHELL IH 20 NH 2014(794)

AMA ROBERTS SH 70 STP 2014(579)

ATL BOWIE FM 2253 STP 2014(596)
ATL BOWIE IH 30 IM 0303(126)

AUS LEE US 77 BR 2014(616)
AUS TRAVIS FM 973 STP 2014(621)
AUS TRAVIS FM 973 STP 2014(559)
AUS TRAVIS LP 1 STP 2014(561)
AUS TRAVIS VA STP 2013(929)
AUS WILLIAMSON RM 1431 PTF 2014(560)

BMT HARDIN FM 3513 STP 2014(804)HES
BMT NEWTON SH 12 STP 2014(593)
BMT ORANGE SH 12 STP 2014(803)

BWD EASTLAND CS BR 2013(965)
BWD MILLS CR BR 2013(963)

BRY BURLESON SH 21 NH 2014(588)
BRY WALKER PW C 917-27-43

CHS CHILDRESS US 287 NH 2014(752)
CHS DICKENS CR BR 2013(892)

CRP JIM WELLS SH 44 NH 2014(565)
CRP NUECES SH 286 NH 2014(566)
CRP NUECES SH 361 STP 2014(610)
CRP SAN PATRICIO SH 35 NH 2013(752)

DAL COLLIN FM 455 STP 2014(700)HES
DAL DALLAS IH 35E IM 0356(446)
DAL DALLAS IH 635 IM 6356(447)
DAL DALLAS LP 12 NH 2014(581)
DAL DALLAS US 175 STP 2014(696)HESG

ELP EL PASO IH 10 CC 2121-2-152
ELP EL PASO VA STP 2014(573)


HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS - STATE LET (continued)
COUNTY HIGHWAY CONTROLLING
DIST NAME NUMBER PROJECT NO.
FTW ERATH SH 6 STP 2014(549)
FTW PALO PINTO FM 919 BR 2007(290)
FTW TARRANT CS CC 902-48-838
FTW TARRANT US 377 CM 1102(122)
FTW TARRANT VA NH 2013(957)G
FTW TARRANT VA STP 2014(663)

HOU BRAZORIA FM 521 STP 2014(574)
HOU BRAZORIA SH 35 STP 2014(584)HES
HOU GALVESTON FM 517 STP 2014(570)HES
HOU GALVESTON SH 124 STP 2014(459)
HOU HARRIS FM 1960 STP 2014(585)HES
HOU HARRIS IH 10 IM 0107(443)
HOU HARRIS IH 10 IM 0107(445)
HOU HARRIS IH 45 IM 0451(347)
HOU MONTGOMERY FM 2432 STP 2014(597)
HOU MONTGOMERY LP 336 NH 2014(638)
HOU WALLER FM 1488 STP 2014(611)

LRD DIMMIT LP 517 STP 2014(629)

LBB HOCKLEY US 385 STP 2014(672)
LBB LAMB US 70 STP 2014(666)
LBB LUBBOCK VA STP 2014(777)
LBB PARMER US 60 NH 2014(580)

LFK NACOGDOCHES US 59 NH 2014(686)
LFK POLK US 59 NH 2014(815)

ODA REEVES IH 10 BR 2014(558)

PAR RAINS US 69 STP 2014(631)

PHR CAMERON FM 2480 STP 2012(644)
PHR HIDALGO CS STP 2014(147)TE
PHR WILLACY CR BR 2011(283)

SJT TOM GREEN RL SO C 7107-9-2

SAT BEXAR PA 1502 NH 2014(625)
SAT BEXAR VA STP 2014(562)
SAT COMAL FM 1101 STP 2014(564)

HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS - STATE LET (continued)
COUNTY HIGHWAY CONTROLLING
DIST NAME NUMBER PROJECT NO.
TYL SMITH SH 64 STP 2014(590)

WAC BELL FM 436 BR 2013(589)
WAC HILL CR BR 2013(960)

YKM GONZALES CR BR 2011(495)
YKM GONZALES CR BR 2011(596)
YKM GONZALES SH 80 STP 2014(591)
YKM GONZALES SH 97 STP 2014(816)HESG
YKM JACKSON SH 35 STP 2014(589)
YKM JACKSON US 59 NH 2014(641)
YKM LAVACA CR BR 2014(595)
YKM WHARTON SH 71 STP 2014(740)


EMINENT DOMAIN
NON-CONTROLLED ACCESS
COUNTY HIGHWAY EXHIBIT ROW CSJ NO. PARCEL
Dallas SH 183 16 0094-07-037 11
Dallas SH 183 4 0094-07-037 3
Dallas SH 183 10 0094-07-037 6
Dallas SH 183 15 0094-07-037 7
Dallas SH 183 14 0094-07-037 8
Dallas SH 183 18 0094-07-042 24
Dallas SH 183 11 0094-07-042 35
Dallas SH 183 8 0094-07-042 39
Dallas SH 183 17 0094-07-042 28
Dallas SH 183 19 0094-07-042 30
Dallas SH 183 20 0094-07-042 25
Harris US 290 7 0050-09-086 2009
Harris US 290 6 0050-09-086 2064
McLennan FM 1637 1 0833-03-040 61
McLennan FM 1637 3 0833-03-040 62
McLennan FM 1637 5 0833-03-040 67
Nueces US 77 13 0102-02-100 18
Nueces US 77 12 0102-03-084 1
Rockwall FM 3097 2 3148-01-008 2
Wise US 380 9 0134-08-038 29

EMINENT DOMAIN
CONTROLLED ACCESS
COUNTY HIGHWAY EXHIBIT ROW CSJ NO. PARCEL
Dallas IH 35E FF 0196-03-248 87
Dallas IH 35E T 0196-03-248 75
Dallas IH 35E S 0196-03-248 85
Dallas IH 35E J 0196-03-248 84
Dallas IH 35E U 0196-03-248 90
Denton IH 35E DD 0195-03-072 96
Denton IH 35E L 0195-03-072 110
Denton IH 35E CC 0196-01-097 1
Harris SH 99 Y 3510-06-006 249
Harris SH 99 X 3510-06-006 252,252TE
Harris SH 99 W 3510-06-006 282
Harris SH 99 AA 3510-06-011 513
Harris SH 99 V 3510-06-011 528
Harris US 290 A 0050-09-086 2047
Harris US 290 D 0050-09-086 2055
Harris US 290 E 0050-09-086 2015
Harris US 290 B 0050-09-087 525
Harris US 290 C 0050-09-090 413
Montgomery SH 99 Z 3510-07-007 704
Orange IH 10 K 0028-14-111 2

EMINENT DOMAIN (continued)
CONTROLLED ACCESS (continued)
COUNTY HIGHWAY EXHIBIT ROW CSJ NO. PARCEL
Tarrant IH 35W F 0014-16-266 955
Tarrant IH 35W G 0014-16-266 956
Tarrant IH 35W H 0014-16-266 837
Tarrant IH 35W BB 0014-16-266 851
Tarrant IH 35W M 0014-16-266 900
Tarrant IH 35W N 0014-16-266 829
Tarrant IH 35W O 0014-16-266 812
Tarrant IH 35W EE 0014-16-266 840
Tarrant IH 35W P 0014-16-266 948
Tarrant IH 35W Q 0014-16-266 809
Tarrant IH 35W R 0014-16-266 827
Tarrant IH 35W I 0014-16-266 836



DONATIONS
DONOR DIST COUNTY DONATION DESCRIPTION
AB/SR Paloma Ridge AUS Williamson Design and construction of a right-turn
Property, LLC deceleration lane within the right-of-way of RM 620 (SH 45 frontage road) just northeast of Rutledge Spur.

Corpus Christi Police TRF Nueces Funds sufficient to design, fabricate, and
Officers Association install two memorial highway designation signs on the portion of SH 358 designated as the Peace Officers Memorial Highway.

CVS Pharmacy, Inc. CRP Nueces Funds sufficient for the design and construction of additional storm water drainage system capacity at proposed CVS site on SH 361 in Port Aransas.

CVS Pharmacy, Inc. CRP Nueces Design and construction of a left turn lane at an existing median opening on Spur 3 (Ennis Joslin Road) just north of SH 358 to the donor's facility in Corpus Christi.

GGP Limited HOU Harris Funds sufficient to cover all State costs to
Partnership move the southbound exit ramp on I-45(S) south of El Dorado Blvd.

Land Tejas Lago HOU Galveston Design and construction of a right-turn
Mar, LLC deceleration lane on I-45 southbound frontage road in Texas City.

Lantern Asset HOU Montgomery Design and construction of a right turn
Management LLC lane and a left turn lane along FM 1486.

LBC Partners, Ltd. SAT Comal Design and construction of a left turn lane and a right-turn deceleration lane at the Star Canyon Subdivision entrance on FM 2722.

LGI Homes-Texas, LLC HOU Harris Design and construction to widen FM 2920 and add a left turn lane on FM 2920 at Nickle Bauer Road to provide access into the Bauer Landing Development.

DONATIONS (continued)
DONOR DIST COUNTY DONATION DESCRIPTION
Miami Wind I, LLC AMA Roberts & A surety bond in the amount of $3,377,000
Hemphill to obligate the donor and surety to reimburse TxDOT for expenditures to repair damage to roadways caused by Miami Wind I windfarm construction activities.

Pilot Travel SAT McMullen Design, construction and installation of a
Centers LLC left turn lane, a right turn lane and traffic signal modifications at the intersection of SH 16 with SH 72 west and a new access driveway into a proposed development north of Tilden.

Pinto Realty HOU Harris Design and construction for adding left
Development, Inc. turn lanes, a right turn lane, and a U-turn lane and improving existing traffic signals at both intersections of Ella Blvd. and BW 8 frontage roads.

Texas Motor DAL Denton Funds sufficient to fabricate and install
Speedway, Inc. one SH-114 traffic generator sign.

Wal-Mart Real Estate DAL Dallas Design and construction of a right-turn
Business Trust deceleration lane from eastbound I-635 frontage road into the proposed Walmart and Sam s Club development in Dallas.

Wal-Mart Real Estate TYL Smith Design and construction of signalized
Business Trust access at the entrance to a new Super Walmart located at Loop 323 East and SH 31 East in Tyler.


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: Coastal Bend Bays and Estuaries Program
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Coastal Bend Bays and Estuaries Program
Status: Active
Street Location: 222 Power St
City Location: Corpus Christi
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002851
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jessica Henry - 361-885-6202
Agenda:
Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program, Inc.
1305 N. Shoreline, Suite 205, Corpus Christi, Texas 78401 361-885-6202 361-881-5168 (fax)




MEETING NOTICE
CBBEP BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Thursday, April 24, 2014 8:00 AM till 10:00 AM
Port of Corpus Christi Conference Room, 222 Power Street
Corpus Christi, Texas 78401

AGENDA

1) Call to Order, Welcome and Introductions, and Quorum Determination Mr. Bob Wallace, Chair
2) Consideration and Action: Minutes of Meeting held on February 20, 2014 (attachment 1)
3) Consent Agenda: The following items are of a routine nature and do not require an action of the Board. Any member of the Board may request that an item be discussed in open session:
a. Monthly Financial Report, Local Government Funding Report, and Working Capital/Reserve Fund Report Ms. Alice Sanchez (attachments 2 A, B, C)
b. Monthly Project Status Report Mr. Leo Trevino (attachment 3)
c. Grants and Proposals Update Mr. Leo Trevino (attachment 4)
d. Communications Activities Update Ms. Shannon Gabriel (attachment 5)
e. Environmental Education Activities Update Mss. Lari Jo Johnston & Sara Jose (attachment 6)
f. CBBEP Property Management Mr. Jake Herring (attachment 7)
g. Coastal Bird Program Activities Messrs. David Newstead & Owen Fitzsimmons (attachment 8)
h. San Antonio Bay Partnership Update Ms. Rosario Martinez (attachment 9)
i. BP Oil Spill - NRDA, NFWF & Restore Act Update Mr. Jace Tunnell (attachment 10)
j. Future Meeting Schedule Ms. Jessica Henry (attachment 11)
4) Consideration and Action: FY 2013 Single Audit prepared by Lovvorn & Kieschnick Mr. Bob Corrigan and Ms. Alice Sanchez (attachment 12)
5) Presentation and Discussion: Update on issuing a Request for Proposals and selection of contractor for the construction of water exchange structures on Matagorda Island Aransas NWR Ms. Rosario Martinez (attachment 13)
6) Presentation and Discussion: Portland Causeway Marsh Restoration Project Update Ms. Rosario Martinez (attachment 14)
7) Presentation and Discussion: Update on status of CBBEP Conference Room Mr. Ray Allen (attachment 15)
8) Executive Session: Public Notice is given that the Board of Directors may go into an Executive Session as authorized by the Open Meeting Act, Chapter 551.072 to deliberate regarding real property acquisition and leasing in the program area and may in open session take such action as appropriate on items deliberated in Executive Session.
9) Executive Director Comments
10) Board of Director Comments
11) Public Comments
12) Adjourn
Ray Allen
Ray Allen, Executive Director, April 17, 2014 1:00 PM

* Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services are requested to contact Jessica Henry at 361-885-6202 at least 48 hours in advance so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
* Si usted se dirige a la junta y Cree que su inglés es limitado, habrá un intéprete inglés español en la reunión de la junta para ayudarle.
* Public Notice is given that the CBBEP BOD may elect to go into executive session at any time during the meeting in order to discuss matters listed on the agenda, when authorized by the provisions of the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. In the event the BOD elects to go into executive session regarding an agenda item, the presiding officer will publicly announce the section or sections of the Open Meetings Act authorizing the executive session.


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: State Office of Adminstrative Hearings
Status: Active
Street Location: 300 West 15th Street, 4th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002174
Submit Date: 03/25/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jim Sallans at (512) 239-3400
Agenda:
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON ASSESSMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE
PENALTIES AND REQUIRING CERTAIN ACTIONS OF

CRESSON CROSSROADS, LLC
SOAH Docket No. 582-14-2713
TCEQ Docket No. 2013-1291-WR-E

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ or the Commission) has referred this matter to the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH). An Administrative Law Judge with the State Office of Administrative Hearings will conduct a public hearing at:

10:00 a.m. - April 24, 2014
William P. Clements Building
300 West 15th Street, 4th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

The purpose of the hearing will be to consider the Executive Director's Preliminary Report and Petition mailed January 14, 2014 concerning assessing administrative penalties against and requiring certain actions of Cresson Crossroads, LLC, for violations in Hood County, Texas, of: Tex. Water Code § 11.121 and 30 Tex. Admin. Code § 297.11.

The hearing will allow Cresson Crossroads, LLC, the Executive Director, and the Commission's Public Interest Counsel to present evidence on whether a violation has occurred, whether an administrative penalty should be assessed, and the amount of such penalty, if any. The first convened session of the hearing will be to establish jurisdiction, afford Cresson Crossroads, LLC, the Executive Director of the Commission, and the Commission's Public Interest Counsel an opportunity to negotiate and to establish a discovery and procedural schedule for an evidentiary hearing. Unless agreed to by all parties in attendance at the preliminary hearing, an evidentiary hearing will not be held on the date of this preliminary hearing. Upon failure of Cresson Crossroads, LLC to appear at the preliminary hearing or evidentiary hearing, the factual allegations in the notice will be deemed admitted as true, and the relief sought in the notice of hearing may be granted by default. The specific allegations included in the notice are those set forth in the Executive Director's Preliminary Report and Petition, attached hereto and incorporated herein for all purposes. Cresson Crossroads, LLC, the Executive Director of the Commission, and the Commission's Public Interest Counsel are the only designated parties to this proceeding.

Legal Authority: Tex. Water Code ch. 11 and 30 Tex. Admin. Code chs. 70 and 297; Tex. Water Code § 7.058, and the Rules of Procedure of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the State Office of Administrative Hearings, including 30 Tex. Admin. Code §§ 70.108 and 70.109 and ch. 80, and 1 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 155.

Further information regarding this hearing may be obtained by contacting Jim Sallans, Staff Attorney, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Litigation Division, Mail Code 175, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087, telephone (512)239-3400. Information concerning your participation in this hearing may be obtained by contacting Blas Coy, Public Interest Counsel, Mail Code 103, at the same P. O. Box address given above, or by telephone at (512)239-6363.

Any document filed prior to the hearing must be filed with TCEQ's Office of the Chief Clerk and SOAH. Documents filed with the Office of the Chief Clerk may be filed electronically at http://www10.tceq.state.tx.us/epic/efilings/ or sent to the following address: TCEQ Office of the Chief Clerk, Mail Code 105, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087. Documents filed with SOAH may be filed via fax at (512) 322-2061 or sent to the following address: SOAH, 300 West 15th Street, Suite 504, Austin, Texas 78701. When contacting the Commission or SOAH regarding this matter, reference the SOAH docket number given at the top of this notice.

Persons who need special accommodations at the hearing should call the SOAH Docketing Department at (512)475-3445, at least one week before the hearing.

Issued: March 24, 2014


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: State Office of Administrative Hearings
Status: Active
Street Location: 300 West 15th Street, 4th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002176
Submit Date: 03/25/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jeffrey J. Huhn at (512) 239-3400
Agenda:
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON ASSESSMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE
PENALTIES AND REQUIRING CERTAIN ACTIONS OF

RUCKER ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, LLC
SOAH Docket No. 582-14-2722
TCEQ Docket No. 2013-1279-IHW-E

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ or the Commission) has referred this matter to the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH). An Administrative Law Judge with the State Office of Administrative Hearings will conduct a public hearing at:

10:00 a.m. - April 24, 2014
William P. Clements Building
300 West 15th Street, 4th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

The purpose of the hearing will be to consider the Executive Director's Preliminary Report and Petition mailed January 13, 2014 concerning assessing administrative penalties against and requiring certain actions of Rucker Environmental Services, LLC, for violations in Harris County, Texas, of: 30 Tex. Admin. Code §§ 335.1(138)(I), 335.29a), 335.6(c), 335.11(a) and (b), 335.69(f)(4), 335.94(a), 335.503, 335.513, and 40 Code of Federal Regulations ( CFR ) §§ 261.2(f), 262.34(d)(4), 262.11, 263.12.

The hearing will allow Rucker Environmental Services, LLC, the Executive Director, and the Commission's Public Interest Counsel to present evidence on whether a violation has occurred, whether an administrative penalty should be assessed, and the amount of such penalty, if any. The first convened session of the hearing will be to establish jurisdiction, afford Rucker Environmental Services, LLC, the Executive Director of the Commission, and the Commission's Public Interest Counsel an opportunity to negotiate and to establish a discovery and procedural schedule for an evidentiary hearing. Unless agreed to by all parties in attendance at the preliminary hearing, an evidentiary hearing will not be held on the date of this preliminary hearing. Upon failure of Rucker Environmental Services, LLC to appear at the preliminary hearing or evidentiary hearing, the factual allegations in the notice will be deemed admitted as true, and the relief sought in the notice of hearing may be granted by default. The specific allegations included in the notice are those set forth in the Executive Director's Preliminary Report and Petition, attached hereto and incorporated herein for all purposes. Rucker Environmental Services, LLC, the Executive Director of the Commission, and the Commission's Public Interest Counsel are the only designated parties to this proceeding.

Legal Authority: Tex. Water Code § 7.054, Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 361 and 30 Tex. Admin. Code chs. 70 and 335; Tex. Water Code § 7.058, and the Rules of Procedure of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the State Office of Administrative Hearings, including 30 Tex. Admin. Code §§ 70.108 and 70.109 and ch. 80, and 1 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 155.

Further information regarding this hearing may be obtained by contacting Jeffrey J. Huhn, Staff Attorney, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Litigation Division, Mail Code R-13, 14250 Judson Road, San Antonio, Texas 78233-4480, telephone (210)490-3096. Information concerning your participation in this hearing may be obtained by contacting Blas Coy, Public Interest Counsel, Mail Code 103, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087, or by telephone at (512)239-6363.

Any document filed prior to the hearing must be filed with TCEQ's Office of the Chief Clerk and SOAH. Documents filed with the Office of the Chief Clerk may be filed electronically at http://www10.tceq.state.tx.us/epic/efilings/ or sent to the following address: TCEQ Office of the Chief Clerk, Mail Code 105, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087. Documents filed with SOAH may be filed via fax at (512) 322-2061 or sent to the following address: SOAH, 300 West 15th Street, Suite 504, Austin, Texas 78701. When contacting the Commission or SOAH regarding this matter, reference the SOAH docket number given at the top of this notice.

Persons who need special accommodations at the hearing should call the SOAH Docketing Department at (512)475-3445, at least one week before the hearing.

Issued: March 24, 2014


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Agency Name: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: State Office of Administrative Hearings
Status: Active
Street Location: 300 West 15th Street, 4th Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002175
Submit Date: 03/25/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Anna M. Treadwell at (512) 239-3400
Agenda:
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON ASSESSMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE
PENALTIES AND REQUIRING CERTAIN ACTIONS OF

RGV TIRE RECYCLING GROUP, LLC
SOAH Docket No. 582-14-2667
TCEQ Docket No. 2013-1973-MSW-E

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ or the Commission) has referred this matter to the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH). An Administrative Law Judge with the State Office of Administrative Hearings will conduct a public hearing at:

10:00 a.m. - April 24, 2014
William P. Clements Building
300 West 15th Street, 4th Floor
Austin, Texas 78701

The purpose of the hearing will be to consider the Executive Director's First Amended Report and Petition mailed March 6, 2014 concerning assessing administrative penalties against and requiring certain actions of RGV TIRE RECYCLING GROUP, LLC, for violations in Hidalgo County, Texas, of: 30 Tex. Admin. Code §§ 328.63(c) and 330.15(c).

The hearing will allow RGV TIRE RECYCLING GROUP, LLC, the Executive Director, and the Commission's Public Interest Counsel to present evidence on whether a violation has occurred, whether an administrative penalty should be assessed, and the amount of such penalty, if any. The first convened session of the hearing will be to establish jurisdiction, afford RGV TIRE RECYCLING GROUP, LLC, the Executive Director of the Commission, and the Commission's Public Interest Counsel an opportunity to negotiate and to establish a discovery and procedural schedule for an evidentiary hearing. Unless agreed to by all parties in attendance at the preliminary hearing, an evidentiary hearing will not be held on the date of this preliminary hearing. Upon failure of RGV TIRE RECYCLING GROUP, LLC to appear at the preliminary hearing or evidentiary hearing, the factual allegations in the notice will be deemed admitted as true, and the relief sought in the notice of hearing may be granted by default. The specific allegations included in the notice are those set forth in the Executive Director's First Amended Report and Petition, attached hereto and incorporated herein for all purposes. RGV TIRE RECYCLING GROUP, LLC, the Executive Director of the Commission, and the Commission's Public Interest Counsel are the only designated parties to this proceeding.

Legal Authority: Tex. Water Code § 7.054 and ch. 7, Tex. Health & Safety Code ch. 361, and 30 Tex. Admin. Code chs. 70, 328, and 330; Tex. Water Code § 7.058, and the Rules of Procedure of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the State Office of Administrative Hearings, including 30 Tex. Admin. Code §§ 70.108 and 70.109 and ch. 80, and 1 Tex. Admin. Code ch. 155.

Further information regarding this hearing may be obtained by contacting Anna M. Treadwell, Staff Attorney, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Litigation Division, Mail Code 175, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087, telephone (512)239-3400. Information concerning your participation in this hearing may be obtained by contacting Blas Coy, Public Interest Counsel, Mail Code 103, at the same P. O. Box address given above, or by telephone at (512)239-6363.

Any document filed prior to the hearing must be filed with TCEQ's Office of the Chief Clerk and SOAH. Documents filed with the Office of the Chief Clerk may be filed electronically at http://www10.tceq.state.tx.us/epic/efilings/ or sent to the following address: TCEQ Office of the Chief Clerk, Mail Code 105, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087. Documents filed with SOAH may be filed via fax at (512) 322-2061 or sent to the following address: SOAH, 300 West 15th Street, Suite 504, Austin, Texas 78701. When contacting the Commission or SOAH regarding this matter, reference the SOAH docket number given at the top of this notice.

Persons who need special accommodations at the hearing should call the SOAH Docketing Department at (512)475-3445, at least one week before the hearing.

Issued: March 24, 2014


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Agriculture
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Structural Pest Control Advisory Committee Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 1700 North Congress, Room 1104A
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002705
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Leslie Smith, Texas Department of Agriculture, (512) 475-1620.
Agenda:
AGENDA




I. Call to Order

II. Approval of Minutes of January 23, 2014 meeting

III. Discussion on Structural Fumigation Compliance Issues

IV. Discussion of Criteria of School IPM Mentoring Program

V. Discussion on Proposed Regulation Changes to Sections 7.21 and 7.27 Regarding License Category 3(A)

VI. Update on Structural Pest Control Enforcement Actions

VII. Discussion of Topics for Future Meetings

VIII. Public Comment Opportunity

IX. Confirmation of Next Meeting Date

X. Adjournment





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Agency Name: Texas Commission on Fire Protection
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Commission on Fire Protection
Status: Active
Street Location: 1701 N. Congress Avenue, William B. Travis OBuilding, Room 1-104
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002653
Submit Date: 04/11/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Deborah Cowan at 512-936-3813 or email at deborah.cowan@tcfp.texas.gov
Agenda:
TEXAS COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION
April 24, 2014, 10:00 a.m.
1701 N. Congress Ave., William B. Travis Building, Room 1-104, Austin, Texas


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

2. Adoption of the January 16, 2014 commission meeting minutes.

3. The Budget and Strategic Plan subcommittees will meet on April 24, 2014 during the commission meeting and may develop recommendations to be presented to the full commission including but not limited to, modifications to the agency budget and strategic plan. The subcommittees may meet separately or together.

4. Reports from the Budget and Strategic Plan subcommittees with discussion and possible action relating to any recommendations developed by these subcommittees.

5. Reports from fire service interest groups and agencies on matters relating to organizational purposes, functions, and objectives, including, but not limited to, the Texas Fire Chiefs Association, the Texas State Association of Fire Fighters, the State Firemen s and Fire Marshals Association of Texas, the Texas Association of Fire Educators, the Texas A&M Forest Service, the National Fire Protection Association, Texas State Association of Fire and Emergency Districts, and the State Fire Marshal s Office.

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

7. Discussion and possible action concerning report from the commission representative to the Homeland Security Council.

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

9. Discussion and possible action on future meeting dates.

10. Discussion and possible action on fire fighter injury data collected for 2013 for inclusion in the annual report to be sent to the State Fire Marshal s Office.

11. Discussion and possible approval of the addition of classes or courses to the A List and B List for higher levels of certification.

12. Discussion and possible action regarding the Texas Fire Chief s Association s Fire Chief s Academy program and Fire Officer III and IV commission certification.

13. Discussion and possible action on the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1851 Standard.

14. Discussion and possible action on request from Danny Kistner regarding Life Safety Initiative number nine with regards to a statewide tracking program.

15. Discussion and possible action on the report from the Executive Director regarding status of commission study on the administrative attachment of the commission to another state agency.

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

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

1. Proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 421, Standards For Certification, including but not limited to, §421.1, Procedures for Meetings, §421.3, Minimum Standards Set by the Commission, §421.5, Definitions, §421.9, Designation of Fire Protection Duties, §421.11, Requirement To Be Certified Within One Year, §421.13, Individual Certificate Holders, §421.15, Extension of Training Period, and §421.17, Requirement to Maintain Certification.

2. Proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 427, Training Facilities, including but not limited to, Subchapter A, On-Site Certified Training Provider, §427.1, Minimum Standards for Certified Training Facilities for Fire Protection Personnel, §427.3, Facilities, §427.5, Apparatus, §427.7, Protective Clothing, §427.9, Equipment, §427.11, Reference Materials, §427.13, Records, §427.18, Live Fire Training Evolutions, §427.19, General Information, Subchapter B, Distance Training Provider, §427.201, Minimum Standards for Distance Training Provider, §427.203, Records, §427.209, General Information, Subchapter C, Training Programs For On-Site and Distance Training Providers, §427.301, General Provisions for Training Programs On-Site and Distance Training Providers, §427.303, Training Approval Process for On-Site and Distance Training Providers, §427.305, Procedures for Testing Conducted by On-Site and Distance Training Providers, §427.307, On-Site and Distance Training Provider Staff Requirements, Subchapter D, Certified Training Facilities, §427.401, General Provisions for Training Facilities Not Owned by the State of Texas or Operated by a Political Subdivision of the State of Texas, §427.403, Financial Standards, §427.405, Policy Regarding Complaints, §427.407, School Responsibilities Regarding Instructors, §427.409, Advertising, §427.411 Cancellations or Suspensions and §427.413, Liabilities.

3. Proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 439, Examinations For Certification, including but not limited to, Subchapter A, Examinations For On-Site Delivery Training, §439.1, Requirements General, §439.3, Definitions, §439.5, Procedures, §439.7, Eligibility, §439.9, Grading, §439.11, Commission-Designated Performance Skill Evaluations, §439.13, Special Accommodations for Testing and §439.19, Number of Test Questions, Subchapter B, Examinations For Distance Training, §439.201, Requirements General, §439.203, Procedures and §439.205, Performance Skill Evaluation.

4. Proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 441, Continuing Education, including but not limited to, §441.1, Objective, §441.3, Definitions, §441.5, Requirements, §441.7, Continuing Education for Structure Fire Protection Personnel, §441.9, Continuing Education for Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting Personnel, §441.11, Continuing Education for Marine Fire Protection Personnel, §441.13, Continuing Education for Fire Inspection Personnel, §441.15, Continuing Education for Arson Investigator or Fire Investigator, §441.17, Continuing Education for Hazardous Materials Technician, §441.19, Continuing Education for Head of a Fire Department, §441.21, Continuing Education for Fire Service Instructor, and §441.23, Continuing Education for Wildland Fire Fighter.

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

1. Proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 425, Fire Service Instructors, including but not limited to, §425.1, Minimum Standards for Fire Service Instructor Certification, §425.3, Minimum Standards for Fire Service Instructor I Certification, §425.5, Minimum Standards for Fire Service Instructor II Certification, §425.7, Minimum Standards for Fire Service Instructor III Certification, §425.9, Minimum Standards for Master Fire Service Instructor III Certification, and §425.11, International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) Seal.

2. Proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 429, Minimum Standards for Fire Inspector Certification, including but not limited to, §429.201, Minimum Standards for Fire Inspector Personnel, §429.203, Minimum Standards for Basic Fire Inspector Certification, §429.205, Minimum Standards for Intermediate Fire Inspector Certification, §429.207, Minimum Standards for Advanced Fire Inspector Certification, §429.209, Minimum Standards for Master Fire Inspector Certification, and §429.211, International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) Seal.

3. Proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 451, Fire Officer, including but not limited to, Subchapter A, Minimum Standards for Fire Officer I, §451.1, Fire Officer I Certification, §451.3, Minimum Standards for Fire Officer I Certification, §451.5, Examination Requirements, §451.7, International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) Seal, Subchapter B, Minimum Standards for Fire Officer II, §451.201, Fire Officer II Certification, §451.203, Minimum Standards for Fire Officer II Certification, §451.205, Examination Requirements, §451.207, International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) Seal, Subchapter C, Minimum Standards for Fire Officer III, §451.301, Fire Officer III Certification, §451.303, Minimum Standards for Fire Officer III Certification, §451.305, Examination Requirements, Subchapter D, Minimum Standards for Fire Officer IV, §451.401, Fire Officer IV Certification, §451.403, Minimum Standards for Fire Officer IV Certification, and §451.405, Examination Requirements.

4. Proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 453, Hazardous Materials, including but not limited to, Subchapter A, Minimum Standards For Hazardous Materials Technician, §453.1, Hazardous Materials Technician Certification, §453.3, Minimum Standards for Hazardous Materials Technician Certification, §453.5, Examination Requirements, §453.7, International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) Seal, Subchapter B, Minimum Standards for Hazardous Materials Incident Commander, §453.201, Hazardous Materials Incident Commander Certification, §453.203, Minimum Standards for Hazardous Materials Incident Commander, and §453.205, Examination Requirements.

17. Discussion and possible action on proposed amendments to title 37 TAC, Chapter 403, Criminal Convictions and Eligibility for Certification, including but not limited to, §403.1, Purpose, §403.3, Scope, §403.5, Access to Criminal History Record Information, §403.7, Criminal Convictions Guidelines, §403.9, Mitigating Factors, §403.11, Procedures for Suspension, Revocation, or Denial of a Certificate to Persons with Criminal Backgrounds, and §403.15, Report of Convictions by Individual or Department.

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

A. Report on decisions of the Executive Director in contested cases and consent orders.

B. Status of division functions.

C. Status of online testing program and agreement with Performance Training Systems, Inc. (PTS).

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

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

21. Adjourn meeting.





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


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Agency Name: TML Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Budget-Audit & Finance Investment
Status: Active
Street Location: 200 Hi-Line
City Location: Horseshoe Bay
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002844
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Keri Vinson
Agenda:
I. Organizational Items
A. Call to Order
B. Roll Call and Declaration of Quorum
C. Minutes
1. September 26, 2013

II. Discussion Items
A. Revenue
1. Life/LTD/STD
B. Recommendation regarding FY2014-2015 Operational Budget
C. Recommendation regarding salary compensation
1. Employee Projects
a. Remote Personnel
b. Stand Up Desks
2. Compensation
a. Salary Survey and Salary Range Criteria
b. Health Information Technology (HITECH) salary survey overhaul
c. Longevity Pay
d. Healthcare Benefits Defined Contribution
e. Vacancy Dollars
f. TMRS
g. Annual Fun Fairs
i. Spring Event
ii. Winter Event
D. Recommendation regarding the TMC Building Refurbishment Life Cycle
1. 183 Balance
2. Refurbishment Timeline
E. Recommendation regarding capital expenses
F. Patient Protection Affordable Care Act Expenses
1. Cost Projection
a. Patient Centered Outcome Research Institute (PCORI) Fee
b. Transition Reinsurance Fee
i. Fully funded cost $63.00: $52.50 HHS and $11.00 for IRS for plan years after January 2015
ii. Self-funded cost $44.00: $33.00 HHS and $11.00 for IRS for plan years after January 2015
iii. Changes to Reinsurance Program 2015 uniform reinsurance payment parameters - $70,000 attachment point, a $250,000 reinsurance cap and a 50% coinsurance rate. Finalized their proposal to decrease the attachment point from 2014 from $60,000 to $45,000 with an 80% coinsurance rate. This means plans will be reimbursed 80% of costs in excess of $45,000 for an enrollee. The cap on reimbursable claims remains at $250,000.
c. Provider Fee: Net Premium in 2014/by total industry net premiums from health, vision, dental, and retiree benefits. Take the ratio of the net premium and aggregate industry premium and multiply by the applicable amount to achieve the health insurance provider fee schedule for 2014=$8B ¡V 2018=$14.3B. File IRS Form 8963 by April 15 of the year.
G. ASO Revenue
H. Investment Revenue

III. Action Items
A. The Committee will review with the full Board the year to date financial statement
B. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding the TMC Building Refurbishment Life Cycle.

IV. Upcoming Events
A. 2014 TML MultiState IEBP Board Meetings
a. June 26-27, 2014 Pearl South Padre, South Padre Island, TX
b. Sept 25-26, 2014 Four Seasons at Las Colinas, Irving, TX
B. 2015 & 2016 TML MultiState IEBP Board Meetings
a. Jan 22-23, 2015 Mokara Resort & Spa, San Antonio, TX
b. April 23-24, 2015 Barton Creek Resort & Spa, San Antonio, TX
c. June 25-26, 2015 Pearl South Padre Island, South Padre Island, TX
d. Sept 25, 2015 (Friday) San Antonio, TX @ TML Annual Conference
e. Jan 21-22, 2016 Hyatt Hill Country, San Antonio, TX
f. April 28-29, 2016 Horseshoe Bay Report, Horseshoe Bay, TX
g. June 23-24, 2016 Pearl South Padre Island, South Padre Island, TX
h. Sept 29-30, 2016 Four Seasons Resort @ Las Colinas, Irving, TX
C. NLC-RISC Meetings
a. 2014
X The 2014 NLC-RISC will be held on May 8-9, 2014 in San Diego, CA. They will be offering two full days of conferences on Thursday and Friday and are leaving Saturday open to tour San Diego or as a travel day since it is Mother¡¦s Day weekend. The group block is available for arrivals on Wednesday, May 7th and departure on Saturday, May 10th at a group rate of $169 per night. A limited block is available for Saturday night, although the group rate is available for three days following our event based on availability.
X Online hotel reservations are now open at the Westin San Diego Gaslamp Quarter hotel, the conference hotel for the 2014 NLC-RISC Trustees Conference. Please share this information with your trustees and appropriate staff.
b. 2015
X NLC-RISC Spring Trustees conference: May 7-9, 2015
X NLC-RISC Fall Staff Conference: October 19-21, 2015
D. TML Annual Conference
a. Sept 29-Oct 3, 2014 Houston, TX
b. Sept 21-25, 2015 San Antonio, TX
E. TML IRP Board Meetings
a. Apr 25-26, 2014 Courtyard Marriott, Allen, TX
b. July 18-19, 2014 Embassy Suites Riverwalk, San Antonio, TX
c. Oct 17-18, 2014 Moody Gardens, Galveston, TX
d. Jan 23-24, 2015 Texas Municipal Center, Austin, TX
e. April 24-25, 2015 Embassy Suites, Fort Worth, TX
f. July 25-26, 2015 JW Marriott, San Antonio, TX
g. Oct 16-17, 2015 (proposed) Hilton Garden Inn, South Padre Island, TX
F. Texas City Management Association (TCMA) Annual Conference
a. June 26-29, 2014 Galveston, TX
G. Texas Municipal Human Resources Association (TMHRA) Annual Conference
a. May 7-9, 2014 Moody Gardens, Galveston, TX

V. Adjourn

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

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Agency Name: TML Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 7:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Executive
Status: Active
Street Location: 200 Hi-Line
City Location: Horseshoe Bay
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002843
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
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
C. Minutes

II. Executive Session
The Trustees will adjourn into Executive Session under authority of the Texas Government Section 551.0785 to deliberate a matter that includes a consideration of information in the medical or psychiatric records of an individual applicant for a benefit from this plan, and under Texas Government Code Section 551.071, to consult with attorney regarding pending litigation.

III. Discussion Items
A. Executive Committee Roles and Responsibilities
B. Employers on Hold
C. Covered Individuals Appeals
D. Medical Management Medically Justified External Clinical Specialty Review (Executive Session)
E. Legal/Subrogation/ROR
F. Subrogation/ROR - Outstanding Legal Cases
G. Eligibility Concerns
H. Provider Appeals/Litigation/Collections Overview
I. Independent Review Organization Request
J. Open Record Request to PEBA
K. CVS Caremark

IV. Action Items
A. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding membership appeals.
B. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding medically justified decisions.
C. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding any current or potential litigation.
D. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding any current or potential subrogation claims.
E. The Committee will develop a recommendation for the full Board regarding the 2013 TML MultiState IEBP Employee of the Year.

IV. Upcoming Events
A. 2014 TML MultiState IEBP Board Meetings
1. June 26-27, 2014 Pearl South Padre, South Padre Island, TX
2. Sept 25-26, 2014 Four Seasons at Las Colinas, Irving, TX
B. 2015 & 2016 TML MultiState IEBP Board Meetings
1. Jan 22-23, 2015 Mokara Resort & Spa, San Antonio, TX
2. April 23-24, 2015 Barton Creek Resort & Spa, San Antonio, TX
3. June 25-26, 2015 Pearl South Padre Island, South Padre Island, TX
4. Sept 25, 2015 (Friday) San Antonio, TX @ TML Annual Conference
5. Jan 21-22, 2016 Hyatt Hill Country, San Antonio, TX
6. April 28-29, 2016 Horseshoe Bay Report, Horseshoe Bay, TX
7. June 23-24, 2016 Pearl South Padre Island, South Padre Island, TX
8. Sept 29-30, 2016 Four Seasons Resort @ Las Colinas, Irving, TX
C. NLC-RISC Meetings
1. 2014
a. The 2014 NLC-RISC will be held on May 8-9, 2014 in San Diego, CA. They will be offering two full days of conferences on Thursday and Friday and are leaving Saturday open to tour San Diego or as a travel day since it is Mother s Day weekend.
b. Online hotel reservations are now open at the Westin San Diego Gaslamp Quarter hotel, the conference hotel for the 2014 NLC-RISC Trustees Conference. Please share this information with your trustees and appropriate staff.
c. The conference will take place from May 8-9, 2014. The group block is available for arrivals on Wednesday, May 7th and departure on Saturday, May 10th at a group rate of $169 per night. A limited block is available for Saturday night, although the group rate is available for three days following our event based on availability.
2. 2015
a. NLC-RISC Spring Trustees conference: May 7-9, 2015
b. NLC-RISC Fall Staff Conference: October 19-21, 2015
D. TML Board Meetings
1. June 18-19, 2014 South Padre Island, TX
2. Sept 30, 2014 Houston, TX
a. TML MultiState IEBP and TML IRP Breakfast, October 2, 2014
b. Board Meeting at Conference, October 2, 2014
c. TML MultiState IEBP sponsored Golf Tournament Discussion for Friday, October 3, 2014
3. Dec 2014 Undetermined
E. TML Annual Conference
1. Sept 29-Oct 3, 2014 Houston, TX
2. Sept 21-25, 2015 San Antonio, TX
F. TML IRP Board Meetings
1. Apr 25-26, 2014 Courtyard Marriott, Allen, TX
2. July 18-19, 2014 Embassy Suites Riverwalk, San Antonio, TX
3. Oct 17-18, 2014 Moody Gardens, Galveston, TX
4. Jan 23-24, 2015 Texas Municipal Center, Austin, TX
5. April 24-25, 2015 Embassy Suites, Fort Worth, TX
6. July 25-26, 2015 JW Marriott, San Antonio, TX
7. Oct 16-17, 2015 (proposed) Hilton Garden Inn, South Padre Island, TX
G. Texas City Management Association (TCMA) Annual Conference
1. June 26-29, 2014 Galveston, TX
H. Texas Municipal Human Resources Association (TMHRA) Annual Conference
I. Texas Municipal Human Resources Association (TMHRA) Annual Conference
1. May 7-9, 2014 Moody Gardens, Galveston, TX

V. Adjourn

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

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Agency Name: TML Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 200 Hi-Line
City Location: Horseshoe Bay
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002845
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
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)
C. Request for Excused Absence
D. Minutes (Tab B)
E. 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, TML MultiState IEBP Chairman History, Organization Historical Overview Table and Active Trust Document. (Tab C)
F. Correspondence (Tab D)

II. Executive Session
The Trustees will adjourn into Executive Session under authority of the Texas Government Code Section 551.071 (Consultation with Attorney) to receive advice from Counsel regarding attorney-client privileged matters 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. Follow-Up from January 2014 Board Meeting
A. Ratify name from MultiState TML Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool to TML MultiState Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool
B. Board Meeting, September 2014
1. TML Conference Dates
a. Sept 29-Oct 3, 2014 Houston, TX
b. Sept 21-25, 2015 San Antonio, TX
2. Current schedule for Four Seasons Resort
a. Sept 25-26, 2014 Four Seasons at Las Colinas, Irving, TX
b. Sept 25, 2015 (Friday) San Antonio, TX @ TML Annual Conference
c. Sept 29-30, 2016 Four Seasons Resort @ Las Colinas, Irving, TX

IV. Board Reports
A. Executive Committee Chairman: David Riley
1. Members on Hold
2. Executive Electronic Tracking of Medically Justified Trends
3. Legal Update
B. Budget/Audit and Finance/Investment Committee
1. 2014-2015 Budget

V. Organizational Updates
A. TML IRP Board Meeting Update/Eddie Edwards (Tab E)
B. PEBA Board Meeting Update: Brenda Samford
1. Telemedicine: Teladoc Update
2. UnitedHealthcare Group: Post Sixty-five Retiree Benefits
3. International Medicine: Satori
4. Integrated Medical Home Model of Care: Marathon
5. CVS/Caremark
6. HMS Eligibility Audits
7. Administrative Services Agreement
C. QicLink 5.0 Conversion
1. Andy: System and Check Overview
a. Diagnostic Review
b. Checks
c. Groups Outstanding on Pay Plus
d. Check Register
e. Check Mismatch
2. Danny:
a. Workflow Disruption Overview
3. Tracey
a. Billing and Enrollment Overview
4. Lynette
a. Claim Adjudication Overview
5. Susan: Reporting for Jill
a. Claim Audit Preparation Report
b. ICD-10 mapping
6. Mona
a. HITECH Overview
7. Susan: Reporting for Charlene
a. McKesson Conversion March 2015
8. Dan
a. Personnel Management during Conversion Process
b. HRMS Conversion
9. Jerry
a. Business Continuity Preparation for Conversions
10. Susan
a. Integrity of the Healthcare Dollar optimized by Performance Based Outcome Plan of Action
D. Underwriting Plan Year (Tab F)
1. Benefit Plan Timeline
a. October Plan Year Rerate Overview
b. Member Equity
c. Reserve Overview
d. Membership YTD Service Stats
e. Cash Flow Management
f. Loss Ratio Overview
g. Fixed Fees: Optum Data Analytics $108,000.00
h. Prescription Utilization
i. Trend Update: October-April and Rolling Twelve Months
j. Investment Interest Update
k. TML MultiState IEBP Net Income
l. Attachment Factor
m. Per Employee Per Year costs
n. Prospective Risk Scores
o. Regional Network Discount Scores
p. Historical Cost Projection Overview
q. Risk Based Capital Report
r. Managed Care Efficiency
s. Patient Protection Affordable Care Act Administrative Fees
2. Ernst and Young Interface Plan Factor calculation in new Pricing Model
a. Lag through December review for final estimate of Reserves
b. Plan Factor Update
c. Area Factor Pricing Model Assessment
d. TML MultiState IEBP s office visits are calculated separately and not embedded into plan design. TML MultiState IEBP uses Medical Plan Factor + office visit factor + lab/x-ray factor + prescription factor + area factor
e. High Deductible Standard PPO Plan Factor
3. Cost Projections
a. Medical
b. Dental
c. Vision
4. High Deductible Health Savings Account Plan Factor
5. Proposal Activity
6. Employer Score Card Focus (measurement on Risk Based Capital Report
a. Tenure
b. Loss Ratio 3 years
c. Current Loss Ratio
d. Incentive Pay Percentage
e. Gap in Care Letter Percentage
f. Premium Network Utilization
7. Benefit Plan Review for 2014-2015
a. Medical
b. Summary of Benefits and Coverage
c. Dental Benefit
d. Vision Benefit
e. Summary of Changes
f. Agreements
g. HIPAA Opt Out Letter Approval, Plan Year September 2014-2015 therafter
E. Business Model Alignment (Tab G)
1. Dickstein and Shapiro Contract Overview
2. Historical Overview of Tax Credit
a. September 7, 2011
b. April 1, 2012
c. November 15, 2012
d. July 31, 2012
e. Ongoing conversations
3. PPACA Update
a. PPACA Timeline
b. PPACA Overview
4. State Waiver Option Discussion
5. Committees to begin to negotiate Patient Protection Affordable Care Act regulations
a. Full Time Equivalent
b. Self-Funded Payment for Transitional Reinsurance Fund $63.00 PPPY to $0.00 to $44.00
c. Self Funded Employers Participating in Provider Fee Payment
d. Section 125 up to $500.00 Maximum Carry Over Amount, Plan Years effective 12.01.13 thereafter
e. One Year extension for plans not compliant with minimum essential benefits
f. Insurance Marketplace will Ping information to:
g. Mental Health Parity and Substance Use Disorder
h. Catastrophic Plan Options are available for subscribers < than age thirty (30).
6. Medicare Secondary Payor
a. Biotech Prescription Filing Deadline Benefit Payment Declination
7. TML IEBP to TML MultiState IEBP Historical Overview
8. MultiState Trust Expenses
a. Trust Attorney
b. Oklahoma Attorney
9. Assumed Name Certificate
10. TML IEBP Action Plan conversion to TML MultiState Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool
11. Mission Statement
To provide excellent service offering competitive health benefits and administrative services to eligible municipalities and other governmental entities in Texas by utilizing innovative, viable, affordable alternatives while maintaining financial integrity.
12. Oklahoma Interface with Angela Abels
a. Department of Insurance Meeting
b. FORC Interface Federation of Regulatory Counsel
c. Political Subdivision definition in s Oklahoma s governmental Tort Claims Act vs. Public Trusts
d. Are Oklahoma Public Trusts defined as Affiliated Contractors
13. National Marketing Plan Review/Distribution Model Enhancement
F. Executive Director Meeting with Board regarding personnel matters
G. Alliance Relationship (Tab H)
1. PEBA Board Structure
2. PEBA Webcasts
3. PEBA Marketing Focus
4. PEBA Benefit Vendor Alliances
5. Manager Workshop March 19, 2014
a. Tom Smith
b. Dennis Ellis
c. Interface Relationship April 2014
6. October 22, 2013
a. Dennis Ellis Meeting
b. TML MultiState IEBP System Independence
c. QicLink Conversion/Health Information Technology
H. Quality Management Plan (Tab I)
1. National Committee of Quality Assurance (NCQA) a non-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality by certifying healthcare organizations or Utilization Review Accreditation Commission (URAC) Accredited:
a. NCQA s Response letter regarding TML IEBP s name change
b. TML MultiState IEBP obtained Interim NCQA Accreditation September 18, 2013
c. Survey & Results screen the final score (49.17 out of 50/98.35%)
d. Jacqueline Simmons and Angela Beattie
e. 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.
f. December 16, 2014, On-site
g. February 9, 2015, Electronic Review
2. Quarterly Quality Improvement Committee second Friday after Board Meeting
3. Delegated Business Policy and Procedures with reporting requirements
a. Provider Network: UMR/UnitedHealthcare Contract Amendment
b. Pharmacy Benefit Manager: Restat acquisitioned by Catamaran
c. Evidence Based Clinical Prescription Management: RxResults EBRX
d. Telemedicine/Teladoc
I. Competitive Proposal Timeline (Tab J)
1. Trustee Errors and Omissions, March 2014
2. Catamaran Acquisition of Restat Update
a. CVS/Caremark and Restat Hybrid termination
b. Catamaran s Agreement Revision Request
J. Network Discounts (Proprietary Packet)
1. Primary: FY2012-13 YTD (Oct- September)
a. Plan Year 2011-2012: 59.63%
b. Plan Year 2012-2013: 60.63%
2. Secondary Network Discounts
3. Emergency Room Negotiation Update (Proprietary Packet)
a. United Work delegated to TML MultiState IEBP
K. Healthy Initiatives HealthPlan (Tab K)
1. Data Analytic Timeframes
a. Personal Health Record
b. HEDIS Report
c. Biometric Summary Reports
d. Body Mass Index (BMI)
e. Incentive Update per Calendar Year
f. Healthy Initiatives Letter Campaign
g. Population Health and Gaps in Care Report Heart Disease
h. Prochaska Summary Report
i. Return on Investment/Utilization Overview (OptumInsight)
j. OptumInsight Risk Based Capital Report
k. Development of Personal Health Profile
l. Development of Healthy Initiatives Completion Confirmation
2. Reference Tools
3. Health Coaching Survey Overview
a. Episode Treatment Groups (ETG)
b. Episode Risk Groups (ERG)
c. Prescription Risk Groups (PRG)
d. Prescription Episode Group (PEG)
e. Evidence Based Medicine (EBM)
f. Physician Cost and Quality (PCQ) Connect (not purchased by IEBP)
4. Health Engagement Resources
5. Provider Cost Transparency
6. External Review Specialists
a. ITA (Intelligence Treatment Access) merge with Eviti (name change also to Eviti)
b. MRIoA (Medical Review Institute of America)
c. MCMC (Managing Care Managing Claims)
d. AllMed
e. Advanced Medical Strategies (AMS)
7. Eviti Connect Metrics Q4 2013
8. Bariatric Overview
9. Fecal Occult Home Kit Update
a. Quest Diagnostics
b. LabCorp: Workflow Disruption
L. Technology Update (Tab L)
1. 837 Repository
2. OnBase Plan of Action
3. ODS Plan Of Action
4. HRMS Production
5. Vital Medical Management Conversion from CCMS
6. Electronic Fund Transfer
7. Building Safety
8. Business Continuity Plan
a. Business Continuity Test Sites
9. E-Benefits
10. MyMobile Me
11. MyBenefits on Demand
M. Member Communication (Tab M)
1. Employer Appeal
2. Employee Appeal
3. Provider Appeal
a. Electronic Fund Transfers
4. Regional Meeting Action Plan
5. Eligibility Enrollment Appeals and Administrative Review
6. Membership Satisfaction Survey
7. Employee Scorecard
8. Teladoc Utilization
N. HIPAA Security Risk Update (Tab N)
1. HIPAA Compliance Timetable
2. Health Plan Identifier Application completed
3. 2013-2014 Security Work Plan
a. Perimeter Scan
b. Overview Policy & Procedures
c. Possibly Business Continuity Testing
4. Plan Year 2014-2015 Security Audit
a. Delay until Spring 2014 due to 3.3 to 5.0 conversion
b. Review Spôhn s ability to conduct high level security audits
O. Legislative Liaison Report (Tab O)
P. Legal Counsel Report
1. The Board of Trustees of the TML MultiState 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).

VI. Staff Reports/Presentations
A. Executive Director (Executive Session Packet)
B. Business/Administrative Services (Tab P) (Jerry Greer)
1. Accounting Overview
2. Investment Report (Tab Q) (Jerry Greer)
C. Human Resources (Tab R) (Dan Migura)
1. Personnel Update
D. Member Services (Tab S) (Andy Rainosek)
1. Member Service Team Overview (Lynette Cabrera)
2. Telephone Service Goals
3. Turnaround Time Goals
4. Quality Management (Jill Salzillo)
5. Medical Management (Charlene Boyer)
6. Information Systems/Website Access/IS Security Update
E. Marketing/Benefit Services (Tab T) (Brett Bowers)
1. Net Membership Overview
F. In-House Counsel (Executive Session Packet) (Scott Wilson)
1. Overview
2. Right of Recovery
3. Ongoing In-House Legal
G. Personnel Discussion

VII. Action Items
A. Board will take action to ratify the name from MultiState TML IEBP to TML MultiState IEBP
B. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the location of the September 25-26, 2014 Board Meeting
C. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Executive Committee recommendations.
D. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Budget/Audit and Finance/Investment recommendations.
E. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on IRP Report.
F. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on Public Employer Benefits Alliance (PEBA) Report.
G. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the QicLink 5.0 Conversion.
H. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Underwriting.
I. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Business Model Alignment recommendations.
J. TML MultiState IEBP will take action on the Executive Director Meeting with the Board.
K. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Alliance Relationship recommendations.
L. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Quality Management Plan recommendation.
M. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Competitive Proposal.
N. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Provider Network recommendations.
O. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Healthy Initiatives HealthPlan recommendations.
P. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Technology recommendations.
Q. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Member Communication recommendation.
R. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on HIPAA Security Risk recommendation.
S. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Legislative Liaison report.
T. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Legal Counsel report.
U. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Staff Reports recommendation.
V. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on TML MultiState IEBP September 2014 and 2015 Board Meeting Dates due to TML Conference Dates
1. Sept 29-Oct 3, 2014 Houston, TX
2. Sept 21-25, 2015 San Antonio, TX

VIII. Organizational Items (Part II)
A. 2014 TML MultiState IEBP Board Meetings
1. June 26-27, 2014 Pearl South Padre, South Padre Island, TX
2. Sept 25-26, 2014 Four Seasons at Las Colinas, Irving, TX
B. 2015 & 2016 TML MultiState IEBP Board Meetings
1. Jan 22-23, 2015 Mokara Resort & Spa, San Antonio, TX
2. April 23-24, 2015 Barton Creek Resort & Spa, San Antonio, TX
3. June 25-26, 2015 Pearl South Padre Island, South Padre Island, TX
4. Sept 25, 2015 (Friday) San Antonio, TX @ TML Annual Conference
5. Jan 21-22, 2016 Hyatt Hill Country, San Antonio, TX
6. April 28-29, 2016 Horseshoe Bay Report, Horseshoe Bay, TX
7. June 23-24, 2016 Pearl South Padre Island, South Padre Island, TX
8. Sept 29-30, 2016 Four Seasons Resort @ Las Colinas, Irving, TX
C. NLC-RISC Meetings
1. 2014
a. The 2014 NLC-RISC will be held on May 8-9, 2014 in San Diego, CA. They will be offering two full days of conferences on Thursday and Friday and are leaving Saturday open to tour San Diego or as a travel day since it is Mother s Day weekend. The group block is available for arrivals on Wednesday, May 7th and departure on Saturday, May 10th at a group rate of $169 per night. A limited block is available for Saturday night, although the group rate is available for three days following our event based on availability.
b. Online hotel reservations are now open at the Westin San Diego Gaslamp Quarter hotel, the conference hotel for the 2014 NLC-RISC Trustees Conference. Please share this information with your trustees and appropriate staff.
c. April 15, 2014, NLC RISC is debating on having a round table for Healthcare Pools regarding Affordable Care Act. Request for topics submitted by IEBP.
i. Information variance for fully funded vs. self funded
ii. PPACA admin costs: PCORI, Transitional Reinsurance Program, provider fee: Eligibility Audits due to PMPY calculation
iii. Qualified Health Plan Accreditation Requirements
iv. Political Subdivision Synergy
v. Reporting Requirements: 6065 and 6056
vi. Minimum essential benefits vs. Minimum Essential Coverage: financial implications and
vii. There have been some emails regarding reserves and costs in this new world of prohibition of LTM ec
viii. Trustees are fiscally responsible for the Pools
ix. State Waiver
x. The self funded political subdivision tax credit bill 1076
xi. Delays: grandfather clause, measurement period changes for FTE,
xii. MOOP
xiii. W-2 reporting
xiv. Impact of Expanded Benefits
xv. Impact of Expanded Administrative Services
xvi. Insurance Market Place template for states that assist in registration for uninsured
2. 2015
a. NLC-RISC Spring Trustees conference: May 7-9, 2015
b. NLC-RISC Fall Staff Conference: October 19-21, 2015
D. TML Board Meetings
1. June 18-19, 2014 South Padre Island, TX
2. Sept 30, 2014 Houston, TX
a. TML MultiState IEBP and TML IRP Breakfast, October 2, 2014
b. TML MultiState IEBP sponsored Golf Tournament discussion for Friday, October 3, 2014
3. Dec 2014 Undetermined
E. TML Annual Conference
1. Sept 29-Oct 3, 2014 Houston, TX
2. Sept 21-25, 2015 San Antonio, TX
F. TML IRP Board Meetings
1. Apr 25-26, 2014 Courtyard Marriott, Allen, TX
2. July 18-19, 2014 Embassy Suites Riverwalk, San Antonio, TX
3. Oct 17-18, 2014 Moody Gardens, Galveston, TX
4. Jan 23-24, 2015 Texas Municipal Center, Austin, TX
5. April 24-25, 2015 Embassy Suites, Fort Worth, TX
6. July 25-26, 2015 JW Marriott, San Antonio, TX
7. Oct 16-17, 2015 (proposed) Hilton Garden Inn, South Padre Island, TX
G. Texas City Management Association (TCMA) Annual Conference
1. June 26-29, 2014 Galveston, TX
H. Texas Municipal Human Resources Association (TMHRA) Annual Conference
1. May 7-9, 2014 Moody Gardens, Galveston, TX

IX. Adjourn


The Board of Trustees of the TML MultiState 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 Juvenile Justice Department
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 11209 Metric Boulevard, Building H ¿ Lone Star Conference Room
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002763
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jeannette.Cantu@tjjd.texas.gov or 512.490.7004
Agenda:
Texas Juvenile Justice Department
Board Meeting
11209 Metric Boulevard, Building H Lone Star Conference Room
Austin, TX 78758
Thursday, April 24, 2014 9:00 a.m.


1. Call to order

2. Prayer

3. Pledge

4. Discussion, consideration, and possible approval regarding excused absences

5. Public comment

6. Closed Session Executive Session
a. §551.071 consultation with legal counsel
b. §551.074 discussion of personnel matters relating to the possible selection of David Riley as Interim Executive Director

7. Discussion, consideration, and possible acceptance of the resignation of Interim Executive Director Linda Brooke

8. Discussion, consideration, and possible approval relating to the selection of David Riley as Interim Executive Director

9. Adjourn


- The Texas Juvenile Justice Department Board reserves the right to limit the time and scope of public comments as deemed appropriate by the Board.
- The Board of the Texas Juvenile Justice Department reserves the right to take formal board action on any posted agenda item if necessary.
- Items may not necessarily be considered in the order in which they appear on the agenda.
- The Board of the Texas Juvenile Justice Department may go into closed session as authorized by the Texas Open Meetings Act as codified in Texas Government Code Section 551.071 with respect to any item.
- If ADA accommodations are needed, please contact Jeannette Cantu at 512.490.7004 or Jeannette.Cantu@tjjd.texas.gov



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Agency Name: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Coordinating Board Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 1200 E. Anderson Lane, Board Room 1.170
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002737
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
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 Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board may convene in Executive Session for any of the following items:

(1) to seek its attorney's advice about pending or contemplated litigation, including pending or contemplated administrative actions, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.071(1)(A); or
(2) to seek its attorney's advice about a settlement offer, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.071(1) (B); or
(3) at any point in this meeting, concerning any agenda item listed in the Agenda, to seek or to receive its attorney s advice on legal matters, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.071(2); or
(4) to consult with the Commissioner regarding personnel matters, pursuant to Texas Government Code Ann. 551.074; or
(5) consultation with attorney regarding the issuance, refunding, and defeasance of the State of Texas College Student Loan Bonds and related issues pursuant to Section 551.071(2) Texas Government Code; or
(6) Deliberation regarding security devices or security audits pursuant to Section 551.076 Texas Government Code.

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, Announcements and Appointments
A. Introduction of New Board Member Sada Cumber and Jacob Monty
B. Consideration of Resolution of Appreciation for Alice Schneider, Student Representative to the Board
C. Recognition of Sierra Perez recipient of the Kenneth H. Ashworth Fellowship Award 2014-2015
D. Recognition of New Presidents and Chancellors in the audience
E. Commissioner's Remarks

II. Approval of Minutes
A. January 23, 2014, Board Meeting

III. Approval of the Consent Calendar
A. Consent Calendar

IV. Major Policy Discussion
A. The Future is Now: Innovative Approaches to Instructional Delivery in Texas and Beyond

V. Recognition of Excellence
A. The Alamo Colleges - Alamo Academies

VI. Rules Developed Through the Negotiated Rulemaking Process
A. Consideration of adopting the Negotiated Rulemaking Committee's recommendation relating to the allocation methodology for the Texas College Work-Study Program

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. Update on RAND Community Colleges Baccalaureate Study in addressing the state's projected workforce needs for training and education (S.B. 414 and H.B. 1296 83rd Texas Legislature, Regular Session)
D. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board for funding formulas for use by the Governor and the Legislative Budget Board in making appropriations recommendations to the appropriate Legislative Committees
E. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board for the annual report about the financial condition of the state's community college districts (S.B. 1, 83rd Texas Legislature, Regular Session, Rider 13, III-203)
F. Report on facilities projects that were submitted to the Coordinating Board
G. Proposed rules:
1. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to amendments to Chapter 21, Subchapter SS, Sections 21.2261 and 21.2264 of Board rules, concerning Waiver Programs for Certain Nonresident Persons (S.B. 1210, 83rd Texas Legislature, Regular Session)
2. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to amendments to Chapter 21, Subchapter TT, Sections 21.2270, 21.2271, and 21.2273 and adding new section 21.2276 of Board rules, concerning the Exemption Program for Dependent Children of Persons Who are Members of Armed Forces Deployed on Combat Duty (S.B. 1210, 83rd Texas Legislature, Regular Session)
3. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to amendments to Chapter 22, Subchapter B, Section 22.26 of Board rules, concerning the Tuition Equalization Grant (TEG) Program
4. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to amendments to Chapter 22, Subchapter T, Sections 22.518, 22.519, 22.521, 22.522, and 22.523 and adding new section 22.254 of Board rules, concerning the Exemption for Firefighters Enrolled in Fire Science Courses (S.B. 1210, 83rd Texas Legislature, Regular Session)
5. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to amendments to Chapter 22, Subchapter U, Sections 22.531, 22.533, 22.534, and 22.535 and adding new section 22.538 of Board rules, concerning the Exemption for Peace Officers Enrolled in Law Enforcement or Criminal Justice Courses (S.B. 1210, 83rd Texas Legislature, Regular Session)
H. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the appointment of a student representative to the Financial Aid Advisory Committee
I. Update on Texas Higher Education Strategic Planning Committee Activities

VIII. Lunch, Executive Session
A. Under Texas Government Code, Section 551.076, the Board will meet in closed session to discuss security recommendations

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 staff recommendation to the Board relating to a request for a new degree program from Texas Woman's University for a Doctor of Occupational Therapy (ODT) degree with a major in Occupational Therapy
D. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to requests for a new degree program:
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY
1. Bachelor of Science (BS) degree with a major in Engineering Physics
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT EL PASO
2. Master of Science (MS) degree with a major in Software Engineering
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON
3. Master of Construction Management (MCM) degree with a major in Construction Management
E. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the appointment of student representatives to the ApplyTexas Advisory Committee, the Graduate Education Advisory Committee, the Learning Technology Advisory Committee, and the Undergraduate Education Advisory Committee
F. Consideration of adopting the Committee's recommendation to the Board relating to the guidelines for the 2014 Texas Higher Education Star Award
G. Consideration of adopting the staff recommendation to the Board relating to the approval of the proposed Texas Success Initiative Operational Plan which provides recommendations for institutions of higher education on how to better serve students who assess at basic academic skill levels based on the Texas Success Initiative Assessment
H. Notification of change in organization for regional accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission
I. Consideration of adopting the staff recommendation to the Board relating to the submission of the Adult Basic Education Postsecondary Education Transition Report (Rider 28, General Appropriations Act, Senate Bill 1, 83rd Texas Legislature, Regular Session, Section 28, page III-52-53)
J. 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 Chair's 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 the Coordinating Board's operating budget for Fiscal Year 2015
D. Consideration of adopting the Commissioner's recommendation to the Board relating to the authorization of the Board Chair, Board Vice-Chair and Chair of the Committee on Agency Operations to approve the Coordinating Board Strategic Plan 2015-2019, to be submitted to the Governor s Office and Legislative Budget Board by June 23, 2014

XI. Adjournment


Individuals who may require auxiliary aids or services for this meeting should contact Carri Whitfield, ADA Coordinator, at 512.427.6191 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


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Agency Name: The University of Texas System
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 2:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: The University of Texas at El Paso - Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Room 411, Burges Hall, University Avenue at Sun Bowl Drive (no street address available)
City Location: El Paso
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002662
Submit Date: 04/11/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Viviana Vigil, 500 West University Avenue, Room 407, Burges Hall, Office of Research and Sponsored Projects, El Paso, Texas 79968, 915-747-7913, iacuc@utep.edu
Agenda:
I. Discussion and Appropriate Action regarding minutes from the March 27, 2014 meeting.
II. Discussion and Appropriate Action regarding Protocols
A. Protocol Termination (for below listed protocols, deliberation on the final report for a protocol that currently has a three-year approval period)
A-200804-1 Low-Level Lead Exposure: Neuroinflammatory Processes and Anti-Inflammatory Intervention in C57BL6 Mice
A-2080 Neurobehavioral Correlates of Nicotine Withdrawal in Adult Versus Adolescent Rats
B. Pending Protocols (for below listed protocols, deliberation on a new protocol or a de novo triennial protocol renewal submission that was slated for review at an earlier meeting, but was either not submitted, or required modifications or additional information for deliberations)
A-201304-2 Effects of ellagic acid, beta-hydroxybutyric acid and neuroprotective metrics in Lewis and Sprague-Dawley rats with Parkinson's disease
A-201401-2 Role of cholesterol metabolism for Mtb infection in the mouse model of infection
C. Annual Reviews (for below listed protocol, deliberation on the annual progress report for a protocol that currently has a three-year approval period)
A-200701-1 Characterization of addictive phenotypes in STZ-induced Diabetic rats
A-200902-1 Biotic Inventory of the Amphibians, Reptiles and Associated Parasites of the Central African Lowland Forests
D. Pending Annual Reviews (for below listed protocol, deliberation on the annual progress report for a protocol that currently has a three-year approval period that was slated for review at an earlier meeting, but was either not submitted, or required modifications or additional information for deliberations)
A-201209-1 Development of anti-leishmanial vaccines
E. Procedural Amendment (for the below listed protocol, deliberation on a proposed change in procedures, location, or animal numbers for a protocol that currently has a three-year approval period)
A-201207-1 Lentiviral-based targeting of gene constructs for optogenetic stimulation studies in neural tissue in vivo and ex vivo
F. Personnel Amendments (for the below listed protocols, announcement that new individuals have been approved to work on a protocol based on completion of training)
A-200902-1 Biotic Inventory of the Amphibians, Reptiles and Associated Parasites of the Central African Lowland Forests
III. Discussion and Appropriate Action regarding the following matters:
A. Review of training completions report that provides the status of training completions for animal care staff, IACUC members, and all individuals currently listed on animal use protocols
B. Vivarium facilities report on facility operations, the progress of ongoing construction projects, equipment, personnel, training, per diem charges, adverse events, and physical security
C. Semiannual Program Review and Facility Inspection Report
D. Discussion of the Training Expiration Dates
E. Discussion of the Surgical Procedural Scheduling
IV. Adjournment.

Meeting Accessibility: Meetings of the committee are open to the public except for any posted executive session held in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons interested in attending committee meetings and desiring communication or other special accommodations should contact the U. T. System 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
Assistant General Counsel to the Board of Regents
The University of Texas System
512/499-4402

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Agency Name: The University of Texas System
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler - Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Room 116.2, Biomedical Research Building, 11937 U.S. Highway 271
City Location: Tyler
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002903
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Amy Tvinnereim, Ph.D., IACUC Chair, 11937 U.S. Highway 271, Tyler, Texas 75708-3354, Telephone: 903-877-5189, Email: amy.tvinnereim@uthct.edu
Agenda:
COMPLETE AGENDA:
A. Convene in Open Session
B. Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding New Business:
-Program & Facility Review
C. Adjournment
Meeting Accessibility: Meetings are open to the public except for any posted executive session held in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons interested in attending meetings and desiring communication or other special accommodations should contact the U.T. System Board of Regents Office at least two working days prior to the meeting. The Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding holidays, and contact information follows: phone (512) 499-4402; fax (512) 499-4425; email bor@utsystem.edu; 201 West Seventh Street, Suite 820, Austin, Texas 78701-2981, or RELAY Texas (TTY: 7-1-1).


Kristy J. Orr
Assistant General Counsel to the Board of Regents
The University of Texas System
512/499-4402

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Agency Name: Texas Southern University
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Standing Committees/Board Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 3100 Cleburne St., Robert J. Terry Library, 5th Floor Conference Room
City Location: Houston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002770
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Karen Griffin (713) 313-7900 (Office) (713) 313-7901 (Fax)
Agenda:
AGENDA

I. Call to Order

II. Roll Call

III. Conflict of Interest Statement

IV. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS, RESEARCH AND STUDENT LIFE COMMITTEE

A. Updates in the Division of Academic Affairs and Research
Action requested: Information

V. ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE

A. Fiscal Year 2015 Tuition and Fees
Action requested: Approval

B. Purchase of University Property and Equipment Breakdown Insurance
Action requested: Approval

C. Purchase of Flight Simulators through Red Bird Flight Simulations, Inc.
Action requested: Approval

D. Cisco Voice Over IP Equipment Purchase through Netsync Network Solutions, Inc.
Action requested: Approval

E. Purchase of Supermicro Super Servers through Atipa Technologies
Action requested: Approval

VI. PHYSICAL FACILITIES COMMITTEE
No agenda item

VII. AUDIT COMMITTEE

A. Internal Audit Status Report
Action requested: Information

VIII. DEVELOPMENT AND LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

A. Development Report
Action requested: Information

B. Communication Report
Action requested: Information

IX. PERSONNEL AND LITIGATION COMMITTEE

No agenda item

X. EXECUTIVE SESSION

-Texas Government Code - section 551.071 - Consultation with Attorney
-Texas Government Code - section 551.072 - Deliberations concerning Purchase, Lease or value of real Property
-Texas Government Code - section 551.073 - Deliberations about Negotiated Contracts for prospective Gifts or Donations
-Texas Government Code section 551.074 - Personnel Matters, including Appointments, Evaluation or Dismissal of Personnel

XI. RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION

XII. ADJOURN


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Agency Name: Department of State Health Services
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Governor's EMS and Trauma Advisory Council (GETAC)
Status: Active
Street Location: ITT Building, 6330 Highway 290 East
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002305
Submit Date: 03/31/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Phil Lockwood, EMS/Trauma Systems Coordination, Department of State Health Services, 1100 West 49th Street, P. O. Box 149347, Austin, Texas 78714-9347, telephone (512) 834-6700, extension 2032. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting an
Agenda:

The Council will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

Call to Order
Discussion, public comment, and possible action on the following items: Advisory Council Members (Public comment time may be limited at Chair's discretion)

1. GETAC strategic planning session in accordance with Health and Safety Code, Chapter 773, Section 773.012(l).

General Public Comment (Comment time may be limited at Chair's discretion)

Review and list agenda items for next meeting

Adjournment

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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Consumer Direction Workgroup (CDW)
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 4900 North Lamar Blvd. (Brown-Heatly Bldg., Public Hearing Rooms 1420-1430)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002514
Submit Date: 04/07/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: For more information about the meeting content or agenda contact Kay Lambert, Stakeholder Relations Specialist, Medicaid/CHIP division of the Health and Human Services Commission, at kay.lambert@hhsc.state.tx.us or 512-462-6287.
Agenda:
AGENDA

Consumer Direction Workgroup (CDW)

April 24, 2014

1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Meeting Site:

Brown-Heatly Building
Public Hearing Rooms 1420-1430
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78751


1. Welcome and Introductions

2. Chair Report

3. Presiding Officer Report

4. Review of CDW committee structure, activities, possible meeting dates and priorities for 2014

5. Break (Recess)

6. Status of Biennial Report to the Legislature

7. Discussion of New Member Recruitment Process

8. DADS Update: Elizabeth Jones

9. Public Comment

10. Adjourn


For more information about the meeting content or agenda contact Kay Lambert, Stakeholder Relations Specialist, Medicaid/CHIP division of the Health and Human Services Commission, at kay.lambert@hhsc.state.tx.us or 512-462-6287.

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 Sallie Allen, at 512-424-6969 or sallie.allen@hhsc.state.tx.us at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.



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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 4900 North Lamar Blvd. (HHSC, Brown-Heatly Bldg., Room 1420)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002534
Submit Date: 04/08/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Contact: Alice Antilley, Council Staff, Texas Health and Human Services Commission, (512) 420-2849, Alice.Antilley@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda:
AGENDA:

Council on Children and Families
(CCF)

April 24, 2014

9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Meeting Site:

Health and Human Services Commission
Brown-Heatly Building
Room 1420
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78751

1. Welcome, Introductions and Announcements

2. Approve January 21, 2014 Meeting Minutes (Action Required)

3. Presentation: Texas System of Care

4. Council Business
a. New Youth Member
b. Legislative Appropriations Request Analysis Report (Action Required)
c. Stakeholder Meeting
d. Council Report

5. CCF Member Agencies may present Updates to the Council:

Health and Human Services Commission
Department of Aging and Disabilities Services
Department of State Health Services
Department of Family and Protective Services
Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services
Texas Education Agency
Texas Workforce Commission
Texas Juvenile Justice Department
Texas Department of Criminal Justice

6. Public Testimony

7. Adjourn

*Public comment will be taken following each item, after a staff presentation, and/or before a vote on an action item.

Contact: Alice Antilley, Council Staff, Texas Health and Human Services Commission, (512) 420-2849, Alice.Antilley@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 Antilley at (512) 420-2849 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Consumer Direction Workgroup (CDW)
Status: Active
Street Location: 4900 North Lamar Blvd. (HHSC Brown-Heatly Bldg., Public Hearing Rooms 1420-1430)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002523
Submit Date: 04/07/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: For more information about the meeting content or agenda contact Kay Lambert, Stakeholder Relations Specialist, Medicaid/CHIP division of the Health and Human Services Commission, at kay.lambert@hhsc.state.tx.us or 512-462-6287.
Agenda:

AGENDA

Consumer Direction Workgroup (CDW)

April 24, 2014

1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Meeting Site:

Brown-Heatly Building
Public Hearing Rooms 1420-1430
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78751


1. Welcome and Introductions

2. Chair Report

3. Presiding Officer Report

4. Review of CDW committee structure, activities, and priorities for 2014

5. Break (Recess)

6. Status of Biennial Report to the Legislature

7. Discussion of New Member Recruitment Process

8. DADS Update: Elizabeth Jones

9. Public Comment

10. Adjourn


For more information about the meeting content or agenda contact Kay Lambert, Stakeholder Relations Specialist, Medicaid/CHIP division of the Health and Human Services Commission, at kay.lambert@hhsc.state.tx.us or 512-462-6287.

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 Sallie Allen, at 512-424-6969 or sallie.allen@hhsc.state.tx.us 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: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Health Care Professionals Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: Department of State Health Services, Tower Building, Room T-607, 1100 West 49th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002701
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Roger Faske, Department of State Health Services, P. O. Box 149347, Austin, Texas 78714-9347, telephone (512) 776-3549. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, Depa
Agenda:

The Committee will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

Purpose: To advise the Texas Diabetes Council regarding diabetes care standards, treatment algorithms, materials dissemination and outcomes evaluation.


Call to Order, Welcome, Introductions

Designate Recorder and Roll Call

Mission Statement

Minutes

Medical Professionals Advisory Subcommittee Report

Outcomes Advisory Committee Report

Adjournment

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Agency Name: Texas Diabetes Council
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Outcomes Subcommittee
Status: Active
Street Location: Department of State Health Services, Room K-100, 1100 West 49th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002696
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Roger Faske, Department of State Health Services, P. O. Box 149347, Austin, Texas 78714-9347, telephone (512) 776-3549. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, Depa
Agenda:

The Subcommittee will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following 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. Designate Recorder and Timekeeper
3. Review and Approve January, 2014 Minutes
4. Develop TDC Recommendations for HHSC Report on Gestational Diabetes in Medicaid (due Aug. 31, 2013)

5. HMO Recognition Program

6. Resources for Expansion of the National Diabetes Prevention Program in Texas

7. Adjournment

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Agency Name: Texas Diabetes Council
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Medical Professionals Advisory Subcommittee
Status: Active
Street Location: Department of State Health Services, Tower Building, Room T-607, 1100 West 49th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002703
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Roger Faske, Department of State Health Services, P. O. Box 149347, Austin, Texas 78714-9347, telephone (512) 776-3549. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, Depa
Agenda:

The Subcommittee will meet to discuss and possibly act on the following 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.

1. Call to Order; and Welcome

2. Designate Recorder, Roll Call, and Mission Statement

3.Review and approve January 30, 2014 Minutes

4. Algorithm Review, Discussion and Other Updates
a. New Lipid Categories-Group 1, 2, 3 and 4
b. Lipid Algorithm for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Adults
c. New oral agents for diabetes
d. Prevention and Delay of Type 2 Diabetes in Children and Adults with Impaired Fasting Glucose (IFG) and/or Impaired Glucose Tolerance (IGT)
e. Discuss new thoughts on treating hypertension
f. Recommendations for Treatment of Painful Peripheral Diabetic Neuropathy in Adults
g. Update Diabetes Tool Kit authors
h. Diabetes Tool Kit Update
i. Exercise Algorithm for Type 2 Diabetes and Prevention
j. Update Diabetes Disease Management and Diabetes Self-Management Education under
Medicaid Managed Care Organizations

5. Adjournment

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Agency Name: Texas Diabetes Council
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Department of State Health Services, Tower Building, Room T-607, 1100 West 49th Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002708
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Roger Faske, Department of State Health Services, P. O. Box 149347, Austin, Texas 78714-9347, telephone (512) 776-3549. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, Dep
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 2013 and January 2014 Meeting Minutes

5. Chair's Address and Report

6. Texas Diabetes Council Strategic Planning

7. Presentations

Evaluating the 1115(a) Demonstration Waiver - Healthcare Transformation
Quality Improvement Program

Sarah Roper-Coleman, M.A.
Evaluation Team Lead Strategic Decision Support
Texas Health and Human Services Commission

Rebecca Wells, Ph.D.
Department Head and Professor
Health Policy and Management
Texas A&M University

"Predict. Prevent. Prevail. The PreDiabetes Centers Approach to Screening and Treating Prediabetes"
Alan Hopkins, M.D.
Medical Director, PreDiabetes Centers

8. Executive Director's Report

9. Health Care Professionals Advisory Subcommittee

a. Medical Professionals Advisory Subcommittee (Action Items)
1. New Lipid Categories - Group 1, 2, 3, and 4
2. Lipid Algorithm for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Adults
3. New oral agents for diabetes
4. Prevention and Delay of Type 2 Diabetes in Children and Adults with Impaired Fasting Glucose (IFG) and/or Impaired Glucose Tolerance (IGT)
5. New Thought on Treating Hypertension
6. Recommendations for Treatment of Painful Peripheral Diabetic Neuropathy in Adults
7. Update Diabetes Tool Kit Authors
8. Diabetes Tool Kit Update
9. Exercise Algorithm for Type 2 Diabetes and Prevention
10. Diabetes Disease Management and Diabetes Self-Management Education under
Medicaid Managed Care Organizations

b. Outcomes Subcommittee
1. Development of TDC Recommendations for HHSC Report on Gestational Diabetes in Medicaid
2. HMO Recognition Program
3. Resources for Expansion of the National Diabetes Prevention Program in Texas

10. Advocacy and Outreach Committee
a. Assessment of State Programs to Prevent and Treat Diabetes
b. Resources for Expansion of the National Diabetes Prevention Program in Texas
c. American Diabetes Association Advocacy Update
d. Governor's Advisory Council on Physical Fitness
e. Research Updates
f. Statewide Professional Education Updates
g. Coordinating Calendar Items
h. Adoption of Meeting Recommendations

11. Cardiovascular Disease & Stroke Council Activities Update

12. Program Reports
a. Public Information and Education
b. Community Diabetes Projects
c. Diabetes Data Update

13. Agency Reports
a. Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services
b. Department of State Health Services
c. Department of Aging and Disability Services
d. Health and Human Services Commission/Texas Medicaid

14. Member Announcements

15. Public Comment (No Action Required)

16. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Texas Veterans Land Board
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1700 N. Congress Ave.
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002784
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Stephanie Crenshaw at stephanie.crenshaw@glo.texas.gov or 512.936.1927.
Agenda:

1. Approval of the minutes from the January 23, 2014 Veterans Land Board Meeting.
________________________________________________________________________

2. Consideration and action to set aside bids received from the Online Bidding Forfeited Land Sale held April 22, 2014, on any tract where the account holder is making an appeal for reinstatement and paid in full.
________________________________________________________________________

3. Consideration and action to accept and award all qualified high bids received from the Online Bidding Forfeited Land Sale held April 22, 2014.
________________________________________________________________________

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

5. Consideration and action on request to Order for Sale land tracts that may be included in the next Online Bidding Forfeited Land Sale.
________________________________________________________________________

6. Consideration and action to set the next Quarterly Electronic Forfeited Land Sale bidding period to begin June 9, 2014 through July 22, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.
________________________________________________________________________

7. Staff Reports:

Texas State Veterans Home Update
Veterans Land & Housing Program Production Update
________________________________________________________________________

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Agency Name: Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1930 N. Washington
City Location: Livingston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002838
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Notice of Annual Meeting
Agenda:
LAKE LIVINGSTON WATER SUPPLY
SEWER SERVICE CORPORATION
1930 NORTH WASHINGTON
P. O. BOX 1149
LIVINGSTON, TEXAS 77351
(936) 327-3107 OR 1-800-774-9283
FAX (936) 327-8959


NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
OF
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS



NOTICE is hereby given to all interested members that the Board of Directors of Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation will hold an Annual Membership Meeting at the offices of Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation located at 1930 N. Washington in Livingston, Polk County, Texas 77351, on Thursday, April 24, 2014, at 6:00 P.M. on that date, pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Texas Water Code, and the Texas Open Meetings Act Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code (as amended) and Sub-Chapter D, Sections 551.071, 551.072, 551.073 and 551.074.

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

1. Call to order and report on quorum.
2. Public Comment (limited to 3 minutes per person).
3. Reading and action on past Annual Meeting Minutes, April 25, 2013.
4. Presentation of the 2013 Audit Report by Axley & Rode, LLP.
5. Reports by:
a John Ganzer, General Manager.
a Larry Fuson of Enprotec/Hibbs-Todd.
a John Stover, Attorney-at-Law.
6. Election results of the two Directors¡¦ positions for the next term, pursuant to the By-Laws of the Corporation.
7. Adjournment




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


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Agency Name: Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1930 N. Washington
City Location: Livingston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002872
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Special Meeting of the Board of Directors
Agenda:
LAKE LIVINGSTON WATER SUPPLY
SEWER SERVICE CORPORATION
1930 NORTH WASHINGTON
P. O. BOX 1149
LIVINGSTON, TEXAS 77351
(936) 327-3107 OR 1-800-774-9283
FAX (936) 327-8959


NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
OF
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS



NOTICE is hereby given to all interested members that the Board of Directors of Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation will hold a special meeting at the offices of Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Services Corporation located at 1930 N. Washington in Livingston, Polk County, Texas 77351, on Thursday, April 24, 2014, immediately following the Annual Membership Meeting at 6:00 P.M. on that date, pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Texas Water Code, and the Texas Open Meetings Act Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code (as amended) and Sub-Chapter D, Sections 551.071, 551.072, 551.073 and 551.074.

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

1. Call to order and report on quorum.
2. Reading and action on past Special Meeting Minutes of the previous year, April 25, 2013.
3. Election (pursuant to the By-Laws of the Corporation) of officers of the Corporation for the upcoming year.
4. Executive Session, if needed.
5. Adjournment.





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


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Agency Name: Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 3:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 1930 North Washington
City Location: Livingston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002837
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Notice of Regular Meeting
Agenda:
LAKE LIVINGSTON WATER SUPPLY
SEWER SERVICE CORPORATION
1930 NORTH WASHINGTON
P. O. BOX 1149
LIVINGSTON, TEXAS 77351
(936) 327-3107 OR 1-800-774-9283
FAX (936) 327-8959

NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING
OF
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NOTICE is hereby given to all interested members of the public that the Board of Directors of Lake Livingston Water Supply and Sewer Service Corporation will hold a regular meeting at the offices of the Corporation, located at 1930 North Washington, Livingston, Polk County, Texas 77351, on Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 3:00 P.M., pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Texas Water Code, and the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code (as amended) and Sub-Chapter D, Sections 551.071, 551.072, 551.073 and 551.074.

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

1. Call to order and report on quorum.
2. Public Comment, if any, including customer concerns or complaints.
3. Reading and action on past meeting minutes and special meeting.
4. Consideration and action, if necessary, on the following:
Possible Customer Concerns or Complaints
Discussion and action concerning Wayward Winds (John Stover & John Ganzer)
Notice of Scheduled Projects (Phillip Everitt)
LLWS Job Descriptions, Rate Ranges and Employee Bonuses
Refinancing USDA Loan with CoBank (John Stover)
Resolution authorizing the use of eminent domain to acquire Lots 84 and 85, Section 1 of Sportsman s Retreat Subdivision as shown on the map or plat recorded in Volume 4, Page 24, Plat Records, Polk County, Texas. (John Stover)
5. Status report on the following:
Asset Management (John Ganzer)
Line loss program
6. Report to the board by the following:
Larry Fuson, Engineer, Enprotec/Hibbs-Todd, Inc. on the DWSRF Improvement Projects; Sportsmans Retreat Well; Contract G-1 Water Treatment Plants; Regulatory Compliance.
John Ganzer, General Manager/Financial Officer, on current budget, capital expenditures, financial covenants, monthly operation and rate adjustment.
Phillip Everett, Field Superintendent, on water production/consumption and work order status; Operations Project(s).
John Stover, Attorney-at-Law, on well and plant sites acquisitions and sale of surplus properties.
7. Executive Session, if necessary, to consult with Attorney regarding pending or contemplated litigation, settlement offers, or any matter 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.
8. Adjournment.



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



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Agency Name: Central Texas Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 300 Cheyenne
City Location: Killeen
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002758
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Susan Kamas, Executive Director 254-939-3771
Agenda:
CALL TO ORDER
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

CHAIR S REPORT
Attendance
New Board Member Bios
Oath of Office
Terms of Office

ACTION ITEMS
Consent Agenda: Board Business Meeting Minutes, March 27, 2014, Wagner Peyser 7B Project Proposal for San Saba County

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
KPA Engineers
Texas Military Community Mayors Summit
WORKFORCE ACTIVITIES BRIEFINGS
National Updates: Conference of Mayors, Texas Workforce Commission National Update
Service to Community State and Community Updates, Equal Opportunity Resolution Report

WORKFORCE CENTERS UPDATES
Service to Business Business Services Unit Activities: Job Openings Report, Business Layoffs, Fort Hood Update
Service to Job Seekers Workforce Centers Reports and Program Updates

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

ADJOURN

RESOURCE MATERIALS QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
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
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, Acknowledgments and Media Coverage
Central Texas Workforce Centers and Board Staff Contact Information


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Agency Name: Plateau Water Planning Group
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Plateau Water Planning Group
Status: Active
Street Location: 23 McClernand Road
City Location: Brackettville
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002562
Submit Date: 04/09/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jody Grinstead
Agenda:
Notice
Plateau Water Planning Group
Public Hearing Brackettville, Texas
April 24, 2014 at 11:00 A.M.


Notice is hereby given that the Regional Water Planning Group (Region J) will accept written and oral comments (not to exceed five (5) minutes per speaker) regarding the revision to water demand projections for Laughlin Air Force Base in the 2011 Regional Water Plan during the Public Hearing.

Questions related to the public hearing or requests for additional information should be referred to Jonathan Letz, Chairman, at (830) 792-2216 or submitted in writing to the address listed below.

All written public comments are due to the PWPG by 5:00 PM on May 9, 2014, and may be submitted to:

Mr. Jonathan Letz, Chairman
Plateau Water Planning Group (Region J)
700 Main Street, Ste. 101
Kerrville, TX 78028



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Agency Name: Plateau Water Planning Group
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Plateau Water Planning Group
Status: Active
Street Location: 23 McClernand Road
City Location: Brackettville
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002561
Submit Date: 04/09/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jody Grinstead
Agenda:
Notice
Plateau Water Planning Group
Regular Meeting Brackettville, Texas
April 24, 2014 at 11:00 A.M.

Notice is hereby given that a Regular Meeting of the Plateau Water Planning Group (PWPG) will be held on Thursday, April 24, 2014, beginning at 11:00 A.M. at the Fort Clark Springs, 23 McClernand Road, Brackettville, Kinney County, Texas, at which time the following items will be discussed and possible action taken to wit.

I. Call to Order, Roll Call, Certification of Quorum in Compliance with Texas Open Meetings Law.

II. Public Comments.

III. Approval of Minutes from February 20, 2014, meeting.

IV. Reports.
a. Report from Chair.
b. Report from Secretary.
c. Report from Political Entity.
d. Report from Liaisons.
e. Report from TWDB.
f. Report from GMA representatives

V. Consider, discuss and take appropriate action to approve invoices.

VI. Consider, discuss and take appropriate action to appoint member to fill vacancy in the Municipal Interest, Kerr County, Texas .

VII. Consider, discuss and take appropriate action to authorize political subdivision to submit Task 4C Technical Memorandum to meet the August 1, 2014 deadline.

VIII. Consider, discuss and take appropriate action on revisions to the Laughlin AFB water demand projections for the 2016 Plan, and authorize UGRA to officially request TWDB to approve the revisions.

IX. Consider, discuss and take appropriate action on prioritizing 2011 Plateau Region Water Plan strategies.

X. Consider, discuss and take appropriate action to establish committee to review 2011 plan prioritizations and make any minor modifications as may be required based on public comments.

XI. Presentation from Clay Shultz with the Texas Water Development Board regarding current and future TWDB programs to finance water infrastructure.

XII. Information and Discussion of current Regional Water Planning process and future agenda items.

XIII. Set Next Meeting.

XIV. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Plateau Water Planning Group
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Plateau Water Planning Group
Status: Active
Street Location: 23 McClernand Road
City Location: Brackettville
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002563
Submit Date: 04/09/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jody Grinstead
Agenda:
Notice
Plateau Water Planning Group
Regular Meeting Brackettville, Texas
April 24, 2014 at 11:00 A.M.
ADDENDUM


Notice is hereby given that a Regular Meeting of the Plateau Water Planning Group (PWPG) will be held on Thursday, April 24, 2014, beginning at 11:00 A.M. at the Fort Clark Springs, 23 McClernand Road, Brackettville, Kinney County, Texas, at which time the following items will be discussed and possible action taken to wit.


XV. Consider, discuss and take appropriate action to authorize Consultant to pursue adding Sub-WUG's for the 2016 RWP.



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Agency Name: Workforce Solutions North Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 901 Indiana, Suite 180
City Location: Wichita Falls
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002801
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mona Statser, Executive Director
Agenda:
1. Welcome
2. Call to order/Roll call/Introduction of
guests
3. Consent agenda:
A. Minutes of meeting on February 27,
2014
B. Minutes of committee meetings:
Monitoring Committee - February 27,
2014
Youth Advisory Group - February 27,
2014
Outreach Committee - February 27,
2014
Executive Committee - April 11, 2014
4. Items for discussion and possible
action:
A. Recommendation from Executive
Committee - Annual audit and Form
990 - Approval requested
B. Discussion of job search contacts -
Approval requested
5. Program report - Choices performance
6. Updates - Workforce Solutions Center
Workforce Solutions Child Care
Rapid Response Coordinator
7. Announcements
8. Adjourn

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Agency Name: Alamo WorkSource
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS ALAMO OVERSIGHT
Status: Active
Street Location: 115 E. TRAVIS
City Location: SAN ANTONIO
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002791
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: CYNTHIA FARIAS (210)272-3250
Agenda:
AGENDA

OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
ALEX NAVA, CHAIR

Workforce Solutions Alamo
115 E. Travis, Basement Conference Room
San Antonio, Texas 78205 April 24, 2014
9:00 A.M.

Verification of notice of meeting and agenda are on file in the office of the Executive Director located at 115 E. Travis, Suite 220, San Antonio, Texas. An executive session, if required, is authorized by the provisions of Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code and will be conducted prior to the conclusion of the meeting. If during the course of the meeting, the discussion of any item listed on the agenda should be held in executive or closed session, the Committee will convene in such executive or closed session in accordance with the Open Meetings Act, Sections 551.071-551.084. At any time, the Committee may go into executive or closed session to receive legal counsel or advice, which the Workforce Solutions Alamo legal counsel determines should be confidential in accordance with counsel s duty to Workforce Solutions Alamo pursuant to the Code of Professional Responsibility of the State Bar of Texas. No action shall take place in closed session. The Committee will discuss and take appropriate action on the following:

THE FOLLOWING AGENDA ITEMS MAY NOT NECESSARILY BE CONSIDERED IN THE ORDER THEY APPEAR

1) Call to Order

2) Public Comment

3) Declarations of Conflict of Interest

4) Approval of Prior Meeting Minutes
December 2, 2013

5) Review, Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding Program Monitoring:
Workforce Solutions Alamo Quality Assurance Summary

6) Year-to-Date Review, Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding Monthly Program/Contractor Performance Reports and Performance Targets

7) Review, Discussion and Appropriate Action Regarding Monthly Financial Benchmarks
March 31, 2014 Financial Reports

8) Adjournment


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Agency Name: Central Plains Center for MHMR & SA
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Central Plains Center Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 208 S. Columbia
City Location: Plainview
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002734
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ron Trusler, 2700 Yonkers, Plainview, Texas 79072
Agenda:
a) Consider approval Monthly Financial Statements
b) Consider Account Receivable Write-Off¡¦s
c) Review FY 14 2nd Quarter Investment Report
d) Consider revising Employee Handbook regarding ¡§Political Activity¡¨
e) Consider CEO Annual Evaluation

X The Board of Trustees will meet in closed Executive Session on Thursday, April 24, 2014. The meeting is held in compliance with Government Code, Ch. 551.074. The article of discussion concerns the following:

1. Evaluation of CEO
2. Personnel Matters


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Agency Name: Central Plains Center for MHMR & SA
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Central Plains Center Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 208 S. Columbia
City Location: Plainview
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002735
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Ron Trusler, 2700 Yonkers, Plainview, Texas 79072
Agenda:
a) Consider approval Monthly Financial Statements
b) Consider Account Receivable Write-Off¡¦s
c) Review FY 14 2nd Quarter Investment Report
d) Consider revising Employee Handbook regarding ¡§Political Activity¡¨
e) Consider CEO Annual Evaluation

X The Board of Trustees will meet in closed Executive Session on Thursday, April 24, 2014. The meeting is held in compliance with Government Code, Ch. 551.074. The article of discussion concerns the following:

1. Evaluation of CEO
2. Personnel Matters


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Agency Name: Alamo Area Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 8700 Tesoro Drive, Suite 100
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002900
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Timothy Trevino, (210) 832-5089, ttrevino@aacog.com
Agenda:
Revised Agenda
Alamo Area Regional Transportation Coordination Workshop
Thursday, April 24, 2014, 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Al J. Notzon III Board Room
8700 Tesoro Drive, Suite 100
San Antonio, TX 78217

10:00-10:15 a.m. Welcome/Opening Remarks
AACOG
10:15-11:15 a.m. CARS Transportation Cooperative Overview
Rose Ryan, Regional Mobility Manager
11:15-11:30 a.m. Questions
11:30-12:30 p.m. Lunch
12:30-1:00 p.m. Jefferson Outreach for Older Persons
Doris Griffin, Executive Director
1:00-1:30 p.m. NESA (Northeast Senior Assistance)
Pat Ogle, Executive Director
1:30-1:45 p.m. Break
1:45-2:15 p.m. Southeast Outreach for Older People (SCOOP)
Terry Milligan, Executive Director
2:15-2:45 p.m. Southwest Outreach for Older People (SWOOP)
Joan Fisher, Executive Director
2:45-3:00 p.m. Questions and Wrap up
3:00 p.m. Adjourn

Thank you to Jefferson Outreach for Older Persons for providing the lunch today!

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: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Alamo Area Regional Transportation Coordination Workshop
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 8700 Tesoro Drive, Al J. Notzon III Board Room
City Location: San Antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002544
Submit Date: 04/08/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Bill Moseley, Director of Alamo Regional Transit at 210-362-5303 or wmoseley@aacog.com
Agenda:
Agenda
Alamo Area Regional Transportation Coordination Workshop
Thursday, April 24, 2014, 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Al J. Notzon III Board Room
8700 Tesoro Drive, Suite 100
San Antonio, TX 78217

10:00-10:15 a.m. Welcome/Opening Remarks
AACOG
10:15-11:15 a.m. CARS Transportation Cooperative Overview
Rose Ryan, Regional Mobility Manager
11:15-11:30 a.m. Questions
11:30-12:30 p.m. Lunch
12:30-1:00 p.m. Jefferson Outreach for Older Persons
Doris Griffin, Executive Director
1:00-1:30 p.m. NESA (Northeast Senior Assistance)
Pat Ogle, Executive Director
1:30-1:45 p.m. Break
1:45-2:15 p.m. Southeast Outreach for Older People (SCOOP)
Terry Milligan, Executive Director
2:15-2:45 p.m. Southwest Outreach for Older People (SWOOP)
Joan Fisher, Executive Director
2:45-3:00 p.m. Questions and Wrap up
3:00 p.m. Adjourn

Thank you to Jefferson Outreach for Older Persons for providing the lunch today!

This meeting is wheelchair accessible. The accessible entrance is located at the front entrance of 8700 Tesoro Drive. Accessible parking spaces are also available. Interpreters for the deaf must be requested forty-eight (48) hours prior to the meeting by calling (210) 362-5200 or by calling Texas Relay at 7-1-1 for assista


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Agency Name: Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 2180 N. Main Street
City Location: Belton
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002863
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: 254.770.2226
Agenda:
CALL to ORDER
Oath of Office
CONSENT AGENDA
Minutes: March 27, 2014
Expenditure Report
ACTION ITEMS
Resolution #04-14-PRS3 Resolution authorizing application to the Governor s
Criminal Justice Division for Justice Assistance Grant funds
Resolution #04-14-PRS4 Resolution authorizing application to the Governor s
Criminal Justice Division for Juvenile Justice Alternatives and Delinquency
Funds
Resolution #04-14-PRS5 Resolution authorizing application to the Governor s
Criminal Justice Division for Victims of Crime Funds
REPORTS
Workforce Development Board
Workforce Centers
Executive Director s Report
9-1-1 District Discussion/Update
Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Academy Discussion
ADJOURN



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Agency Name: Deep East Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 146 Express Drive
City Location: Center
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002473
Submit Date: 04/04/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Cynthia Trowbridge, 210 Premier Drive, Jasper, TX 75951, (409)384-5704 ext 5254
Agenda:
CALL TO ORDER
CALL FOR PROXIES
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
COMMITTEE REPORTS
OFFICERS REPORT
EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS REPORT
ANNOUNCEMENTS
PUBLIC COMMENTS
ADJOURN

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Agency Name: East Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Aging Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 3800 Stone Rd.
City Location: Kilgore
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002812
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Bettye Mitchell Director of Aging Programs 1501 Pentecost Rd. Kilgore, TX 75662 (903)218-6518
Agenda:
East Texas Council of Governments
Aging Advisory Committee
ETCOG-Large Conference Room
Kilgore, Texas
April 24, 2014 @ 10:00 a.m.

AGENDA

10:00 a.m. Welcome and Call to Order................................................................Chair Sara Minton

Roll Call....................................................................................................Jennita Carter

Public Comments

Consider February 27, 2014 Minutes

10:15 a.m. Changes in Service Delivery
Department of Aging & Disability Services Region . .Lance Duckworth

10:45 a.m. Director's Report...............................................................................Bettye M. Mitchell
o Departmental Update
o Area Agency on Aging of East Texas Area Plan
o East Texas Council of Governments (ETCOG)
Advisory Committee Orientation
o Older Americans Month Activities

11:00 a.m. Old Business
o Aging Advisory Committee New Member Nominations
o Texas Silver Haired Legislature Update ...Claude Andrews

11:30 a.m. New Business
o ETCOG Advisory Committee Orientation
1. Bylaws
2. Committee Officers
3. Membership
4. Appointments Process
o Transportation for Seniors Discussion Bettye Mitchell & John Hedrick
o Approval of Renae Johnson Silver Haired Legislature New Appointee

12:00 p.m. Adjourn






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Agency Name: Heart of Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee Meeting
Status: Active
Street Location: 1514 South New Road
City Location: Waco
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002839
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mary McDow (254)292-1830 mary.mcdow@hot.cog.tx.us
Agenda:







Heart of Texas Council of Governments

Executive Committee Meeting




1514 South New Road
Waco, Texas




Thursday
April 24, 2014
10:00 AM




















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 24th Day of April, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at the Heart of Texas Council of Governments, 1514 South New Road, Waco, Texas at which time the following subjects will be considered.

AGENDA

I. Call to Order and Determination of a Quorum

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

III. Introduction of Guests

IV. Consideration of and/or action on the following:
A. Approval of March 27, 2014 meeting minutes

B. New Business
1. Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) recommendations for funding
2. Solid Waste Advisory Committee Nominations

C. Report of the Executive Director and Staff

1. Department of Administration
a. Financial and Personnel Report
b. Investment Report

2. Health & Human Services
a. Department Activities Report

3. Regional Services
a. Department Activities Report

4. Executive Director s Report





V. Other Reports
a. Law Enforcement Training Advisory Committee Attendance
b. FY2014 Law Enforcement Training Attendees by Agency Report

VI. Public Comment

VII. Adjournment


Signed this the 17th Day of April 2014.





Russell Devorsky
Executive Director



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Agency Name: North Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 616 Six Flags Drive
City Location: Arlington
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002775
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Lucille Johnson at ljohnson@nctcog.org, 817-695-9103
Agenda:
North Central Texas Council of Governments
616 Six Flags Drive, Arlington, TX, 76011

EXECUTIVE BOARD AGENDA
April 24, 2014
11:00 AM Special Session
12:45 PM Regular Session

Executive Board

_____ Stephen Terrell

______ Kathryn Wilemon

______ John Horn

______ Bobbie Mitchell

______ Vonciel Jones Hill

______ Clay Jenkins

______ Marcus Knight

______ A.J. Mathieu

_____ Larry Marshall

_____ Toni Rose

_____ Daniel Scarth

_____ Keith Self

_____ Lissa Smith

_____ Glen Whitley


Staff

_____ Mike Eastland

_____ Monte Mercer

_____ Tim Barbee

_____ Michael Morris

_____ David Setzer

_____ Molly Thoerner

_____ Edith Marvin

_____ Lucille Johnson

_____ Stephanie Cecil


SPECIAL SESSION TO CONSIDER AMENDING THE NCTCOG BYLAWS

Call to order time:
Adjournment time:
Item # Name of Item

1.
Discuss Recommendation to General Assembly to Enact the Amended Bylaws of the North Central Texas Council of Governments (Mike Eastland)


REGULAR SESSION
Call to order time:
Pledges

ACTION:

Motion/
Second
Item # Name of Item

____/____
1.
Approval of Minutes



____/____
2.
Resolution Recommending General Assembly Enactment of the Amended Bylaws of the North Central Texas Council of Governments (Mike Eastland)



____/____
3.
Resolution to Accept and Approve the Quarterly Investment Report (Monte Mercer)



____/____
4.
Resolution Endorsing Submittal of Grant Application to the Environmental Protection Agency for the Pollution Prevention Information Network Grant Program (Michael Morris)



____/____
5.
Resolution Authorizing the Receipt of Fundsand Execution of Necessary Agreements for Federal Transit Administration Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program, Job Access/Reserve Commute Program, and New Freedom Program Funding (Michael Morris)



____/____
6.
Resolution Approving Modifications to the FY2014 and FY2015 Unified Planning Work Program for Regional Transportation Planning (Michael Morris)



____/____
7.
Resolution Authorizing Submittal of Applications for the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery Discretionary Grant Program (Michael Morris)



____/____
8.
Resolution Approving the Installation of Security Cameras within the Workforce Centers (David Setzer)



____/____
9.
Resolution Authorizing Approval of the Prioritized Project Ranking for the FY2014 State Homeland Security Program Grant (Molly Thoerner)




APPOINTMENTS:

____/____
10.
Appointments to the Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere (CASA Wx) Executive Council 2014 (Molly Thoerner)



____/____
11.
Update on the 2014 Appointments to the Emergency Preparedness Planning Council (EPPC) (Molly Thoerner)




STATUS REPORTS:

12.
Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere (CASA Wx) Project Update (Molly Thoerner)



13.
Announcement of 15th Annual North Texas Public Works Roundup to be held May 21, 2014 (Edith Marvin)



14.
Presentation of 2014 Current Population Estimates (Tim Barbee)



15. Extension of Contract with Forensic Logic Inc. (FLI) Relative to the Law Enforcement Analysis Portal (LEAP) Project (Mike Eastland)




MISCELLANEOUS:


16.
Old and New Business


17.
Future Calendar and Attendance



Adjournment: _____________________



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Agency Name: North East Texas Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Chief Elected Officials
Status: Active
Street Location: Luminant Community Room, 207 North Madison
City Location: Mount Pleasant
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002835
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: April Corbit Board Relations Coordinator 911 North Bishop, Building A100 Wake Village, TX 75501 (903) 794-9490 Ext. 512 april.corbit@netxworks.org
Agenda:
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 January 30, 2014*

5. Review and discussion of the financial statements for Workforce Solutions Northeast Texas as of March 31, 2014*

6. Review and discussion of the FY 14 Quarterly Financial Evaluation for the First Quarter*

7. Review and discussion regarding the Fiscal Year 2014 contracted performance measures*

8. 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

9. Consider discussion of future agenda items

10. Announcements

11. Adjourn



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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region 2
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 5:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 209 N. Water Street
City Location: Corpus Christi
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002841
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Rick Alvarado, Executive Director Education Service Center Region 2 209 N Water Street Board Room - 1st Floor Corpus Christi, TX 78401 361-561-8400
Agenda:
Notice of Education Service Center, Region 2
Board of Directors Meeting
209 North Water Street
Corpus Christi, TX 78401-2528
ESC-Board room (1st Floor)

Agenda
I Call to Order
II Roll Call
III Open Forum
IV Receive ESC-2 Program Registration System
V Receive and Act on the March 20, 2014, Board of Directors Meeting Minutes
VI Receive and Act on Budget Amendments
VII Receive and Act on Investment Report
VIII Receive and Act on Goodbuy Bids
Bid Summary Report
IX Receive and Act on ESC-2 Travel Policy and Guidelines
X Receive and Act on ESC-2 Board Members contribution to the ESC-2
Discussion on the financial support by ESC-2 Board Members
XI Executive Session (as authorized under Chapter 51 TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE in accordance with Section 551.074)
Discussion of Executive Director s Salary and Benefits
XII Reconvene to Take Action on Items Addressed in Executive Session
Act on Executive Director s Salary and Benefits
XIII Receive Board Resolution
MAS Resolution
MAS Letter Ruben Cortez
IVX Receive Certified personnel
XV Receive Executive Director Informational Highlights
XVI Other Business
XVII Adjournment

The Board may consider and discuss certain agenda items in a closed meeting if authorized to do so by the Texas Open Meetings Act. No action will be taken in a closed meeting; all votes, actions, or decisions will be taken in open meeting. Before any closed meeting is convened, the presiding officer will publicly announce that a closed meeting will be held and will identify the section(s) of the Texas Open Meetings Act authorizing the closed meeting.


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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region VIII
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 4845 US Hwy 271 N
City Location: Pittsburg
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002750
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Dr. Ray Glynn, Executive Director, ESC 8, 903-572-8551
Agenda:
Call to Order; Roll Call; Establishment of a Quorum; ESC 8 Vision, Mission, Beliefs, and Goals; Consider the minutes of the regular meeting of the Region 8 ESC Board of Directors of Thursday, March 27, 2014; Consider the minutes of the CALLED meeting of the Region 8 ESC Board of Directors of Monday, April 7, 2014; Administrative Reports; Public Forum; Consider the Financial Reports for March 2014; Consider the Budget Amendments for March 2014; Consider approval of TIPS Secure Our Staff Plan (SOSP) for the 2014-2015 school year; Consider the change of date and time of the May Board Meeting, to 9:30 a.m. Friday, May 23, 2014, due to the Region 8 ESC Annual End-of-Year Picnic to be held at the Heritage Park in Mt. Pleasant at 11:30 a.m.; Consider approval of TIPS Vendor Contracts; Consider open item and act to canvas the ballots for Region 8 ESC Board Election, Place 5, representing Red River County; Consider act for Executive Director to confirm and notify the candidate elected to serve on the Region 8 ESC Board, Place 5, representing Red River County; Executive Session; Reconvene; Personnel; Adjourn.

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Agency Name: Texas Panhandle Mental Health Mental Retardation
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 901 Wallace Blvd
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002897
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Joyce Lopez 806.351.3308 806.351.3345 joyce.lopez@txpan.org
Agenda:
CALL TO ORDER AND RECOGNITION OF GUESTS
APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS BOARD MEETING
COMMENTS FROM CITIZENS
EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION
PROGRAM PRESENTATION: Local Authority Summit
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)Ratification of Construction Contract for 501 Wallace 3)Ratification of Physician Contract 4)Pampa United Way Funding Agreement 5)Hutchinson County United Way Funding Agreement
C)PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: 1)Proposed Position for Service Coordination
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: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Budget & Finance Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 901 Wallace Blvd.
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002894
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
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)Ratification of Construction Contract for 501 Wallace 3)Ratification of Physician Contract 4)Pampa United Way Funding Agreement 5)Hutchinson County United Way Funding Agreement

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Agency Name: Texas Panhandle Mental Health Mental Retardation
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 901 Wallace Blvd
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002896
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
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
PROGRAM PRESENTATION-Local Authority Summit
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)Ratification of Construction Contract for 501 3)Ratification of Physician Contract 4)Pampa United Way Funding Agreement 5)Hutchinson County United Way Funding Agreement


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Agency Name: Texas Panhandle Mental Health Mental Retardation
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Personnel Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 901 Wallace Blvd
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002895
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Joyce Lopez 806.351.3308 806.351.3345 FAX joyce.lopez@txpan.org
Agenda:
PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: 1)Proposed position for Service Coordination

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Agency Name: Workforce Solutions for South Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 5:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 305 North Smith Avenue
City Location: Hebbronville
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002833
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Mrs. Myrna Herbst, Executive Assistant, 1701 E. Hillside Rd. Laredo, Texas 956 722-3973
Agenda:
WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS FOR SOUTH TEXAS
APRIL 24, 2014, 5:00 P.M.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
305 NORTH SMITH AVENUE
HEBBRONVILLE, TEXAS



A G E N D A



14-001 Call Meeting to Order - Ms. Lupita R. Canales, Chairperson

14-002 Roll Call and establish Quorum - Mrs. Myrna V. Herbst, Executive Assistant

14-003 Reading of the March 27, 2014 Minutes - Chairperson

A. Discussion
B. Action

14-004 Public Comment

14-005 Success Story

14-006 Review and Consideration of the Audit Committee s recommendation on the Year to Date Financial Reports and Year To Date Performance Measures By: Mr. Hector Noyola, Chairman

A. Discussion
B. Action









WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS FOR SOUTH TEXAS
APRIL 24, 2014, 5:00 P.M.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
305 NORTH SMITH AVENUE
HEBBRONVILLE, TEXAS
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14-007 Directors Report By: Mr. Rogelio Treviño, Executive Director

1. Update on meeting with Texas Workforce Commissioners to discuss future workforce needs and continue strategic planning
2. Child Care Request for Proposal
3. Border Workforce Alliance Department of Labor SGA-H-1B Ready to Work Partnership Grant
4. Update on discussion with community partners on expanding services through use of technology
5. Eagle Ford Shale Update
6. Labor Market Data

A. Discussion
B. Action

14-008 Consideration of the location for the Next Board Meeting

A. Discussion
B. Action


14-009 Adjournment


APPROVAL




LUPITA R. CANALES
CHAIRPERSON



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Agency Name: West Central Texas Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: THE REGIONAL CITIZENS ADVISORY COUNCIL
Status: Active
Street Location: 3702 Loop 322
City Location: Abilene
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002782
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
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 DADS UPDATES

05 CONFERENCES & MEETINGS

06 WCT-AAA STAFF and PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

07 OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS / COMMENTS

08 SCHEDULE NEXT MEETING

09 ADJOURN


THIS MEETING WILL BE HELD IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE 6562-17 VERNON S TEXAS CIVIL STATUTES.

POSTED IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF WEST CENTRAL TEXAS COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS, 3702 LOOP 322, ABILENE, TAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS ON THIS 24th
DAY OF APRIL A.D., 2014, AT 10:00 A.M.

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 TOM SMITH AT 325/672-8544 FIVE WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO THE MEETING SO THAT APPROPRIATE ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE.



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Agency Name: Panhandle Regional Planning Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 415 SW 8th Avenue
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002899
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Rebecca Rusk, (806) 372-3381; rrusk@theprpc.org
Agenda:
N O T I C E O F M E E T I N G
The regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Panhandle Regional Planning Commission will be held on Thursday, April 24, 2014, 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
2. INVOCATION
3. MINUTES
Consideration of the approval of the minutes from the Board of Directors' meeting held on March 27, 2014.
4. VOUCHERS
Consideration of the approval of the vouchers for the month of March, 2014.
5. PRPC INVESTMENT FUNDS QUARTERLY REPORT
Report presented by Cindy Boone, CPA, Director of Finance on the Planning Commission s investment activities as of March 31, 2014, as required by the Public Funds Investment Act (Government Code Chapter 2256).
6. PRPC BOARD MEMBER RECOGNITION
Presentation to former Canyon City Commissioner Jon Behrens in recognition of his service on the Panhandle Regional Planning Commission s Board of Directors.
7. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS CONTRACT
Consideration of the authorization of the Executive Director to execute a contract with the Texas Division of Emergency Management for funds to coordinate the development of local community hazardous materials emergency response plans in 20 Texas Panhandle counties.
8. EMERGENCY PLANNING CONSULTING SERVICES CONTRACT AMENDMENT
Consideration of the authorization of the Executive Director to execute an amendment to an existing emergency planning consulting services contract with Emily Nolte to provide Regional Hazardous Materials Planning services.

9. PANHANDLE REGIONAL INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (PANCOM) SITE LEASE AGREEMENT RENEWAL
Consideration of the authorization of the Executive Director to execute a renewal of a tower site lease agreement with the Texas Department of Public Safety for a site in Ochiltree County.
10. FY2015 REGIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE VICTIM ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM PRIORITIZATION APPROVAL
Consideration of the prioritization and approval of Victim Assistance Services grant applications from the Panhandle region submitted to the Criminal Justice Division of the Governor s Office.
11. FY2015 REGIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM PRIORITIZATION APPROVAL
Consideration of the prioritization and approval of Justice Assistance Grant applications from the Panhandle region submitted to the Criminal Justice Division of the Governor s Office.
12. FY2015 JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION GRANT PROGRAM PRIORITIZATION APPROVAL
Consideration of the prioritization and approval of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention grant applications from the Panhandle region submitted to the Criminal Justice Division of the Governor s Office.
13. REGIONAL PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION COORDINATION PLANNING GRANT APPLICATION
Consideration of the authorization of the submission of a grant application to the Texas Department of Transportation for funding to support regional public transportation coordination planning activities in the Texas Panhandle and to convey to the Executive Director the authority to execute any and all necessary documents to effectuate the grant.
14. FOOD NET PROGRAM FUNDING AGREEMENT
Consideration of the authorization of the Executive Director to execute an agreement with the United Way of Amarillo and Canyon for funds to partially support the delivery of meals to qualified nutritionally at-risk elderly and disabled adults residing in Potter and Randall Counties.
15. SENIOR MEDICARE PATROL PROGRAM PRESENTATION
A presentation by Laurie McAfee, Area Agency on Aging Program Support Aide, regarding the Senior Medicare Patrol Program.
16. MISCELLANEOUS NON-ACTION INFORMATION ITEMS
A. Recognition of Pamela Frisk, Panhandle Regional 9-1-1 Network Program Specialist for having been named Trainer of the Year by the Texas Chapter of the National Emergency Number Association
B. Report on the following recent Planning Commission sponsored regional meetings:
Panhandle Workforce Development Board, April 1
Panhandle Workforce Development Consortium s Governing Body, April 2
Area Agency on Aging Caregiver Support Group, April 3
Rolling Plains Organization for Rural Transportation, April 3
Texas Revenue Recovery Association, April 4
Texas Panhandle Inspector s Association, April 9
Groundwater Management Area #1, April 11
Panhandle Water Planning Group Executive Committee, April 11
Regional Criminal Justice Advisory Committee, April 15 and April 22
C. Announcement of tentatively scheduled Planning Commission sponsored regional meetings:
Regional 9-1-1 Network Advisory Committee, PRPC Board Room, April 25
Community Development Block Grant Regional Review Committee, PRPC Board Room, April 30
Panhandle Rural Planning Organization, PRPC Board Room, May 1
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Asset Management Workshop, PRPC Board Room, May 15
Texas Revenue Recovery Association, PRPC Board Room, May 16
Panhandle Water Planning Group, PRPC Board Room, May 20
Panhandle Regional Planning Commission Board of Directors, PRPC Board Room, May 22
17. ADJOURNMENT




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 18th day of April , 2014, at 415 West Eighth Avenue, Amarillo, Texas, at 12:30 p.m.

Rebecca Rusk


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Agency Name: San Jacinto River Authority
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 7:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1577 Dam Site Road
City Location: Conroe
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002815
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jace Houston, Ron Kelling, Jodi Chaney -- 936-588-3111
Agenda:
1. CALL TO ORDER

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Public comments (5 minutes per speaker/10 minutes per topic)

DIVISION UPDATES

4. 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. Raw Water: David Parkhill, Director of Raw Water Enterprise
e. Woodlands: SuEllen Staggs, Woodlands Division Manager
f. GRP: Mark Smith, GRP Division Manager
g. Technical Services: Steve Fenney, Senior Technical Services Manager (Presentation regarding status of GRP Program Construction)

CONSENT AGENDA

5. Consider and act upon the 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.)

a. Review and act upon minutes of Board of Directors meeting on March 27, 2014

b. Review and act upon unaudited financials for the month of March, 2014

c. GRP: Consider authorizing General Manager to approve additional expenditures for legal representation, including professional appraisal services, for land/easement acquisition for the GRP Program

d. Raw Water Enterprise: Consider authorizing the disposal by sale of a 0.14 acre tract of surplus real property located in Montgomery, Texas

REGULAR AGENDA

6. G&A: None

7. Raw Water Enterprise:

a. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Work Order No. 9 for Final Design of East Canal Transfer Pump Station in Highlands

b. Consider authorizing the disposal by sale of a 0.480 acre tract of surplus real property located in Willis, Texas

8. Woodlands:

a. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Construction Contract for Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation in The Woodlands

b. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Construction Contract for 16-inch Well Collection Line and 12-inch Loop Water Line in College Park for The Woodlands

c. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Work Order No. 11 for Communications Conduit and Ground Boxes to Wastewater Treatment Plant No. 2 in The Woodlands

d. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Work Order No. 3 for Engineering Services for Demolition and Replacement of Ground Storage Tank No. 1 at Water Plant No. 1 in The Woodlands

e. Review and discuss Policy Development regarding Operational Reserves and Disbursement of Excess Funds to Wholesale Customers in the Woodlands

f. Consider authorizing amendment to the FY2014 budget for the Woodlands Division and the disbursement of excess funds

g. Consider presentation regarding proposed issuance of the Authority s Special Project Revenue Refunding Bonds (The Woodlands Water Supply System Project), Series 2014, and the Authority s Special Project Revenue Refunding Bonds (The Woodlands Waste Disposal System Project), Series 2014 (collectively, the Bonds )

h. Consider authorizing issuance of Request For Proposals for Underwriter of the Bonds

i. Consider approval of Engagement Letter with Bracewell & Giulianni, LLP, to act as Special Tax Counsel in Connection with the Issuance of the Bonds

j. Consider authorizing the Authority s management and consultants to begin preparation of documents in connection with the sale, issuance, and delivery of the Bonds

9. GRP:

a. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Work Order No. 10 for Final Design Services by Design Consultant for Preparation of Procurement Package for Surface Water Transmission System Segment W3D for the GRP Program

b. Discuss new Participant(s) in the GRP Program and, in connection therewith, authorize the General Manager, or his designee, to execute letter(s) of assurance to Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District, as requested, and approve the GRP Contract(s) as presented and authorize the execution of same by the General Manager

c. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Change Order No. 1 to Construction Contract for Surface Water Transmission Line Segment T2 for the GRP Program

d. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Change Order No. 2 to Construction Contract for Surface Water Transmission Line Segment T3 for the GRP Program

e. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Change Order No. 1 to Construction Contract for Surface Water Receiving Facilities North for the GRP Program

f. Consider authorizing General Manager to execute Change Order No. 1 to Construction Contract for Surface Water Receiving Facilities South for the GRP Program

BRIEFINGS AND PRESENTATIONS

10. GRP 10 year Financial Plan

EXECUTIVE SESSION (if applicable)

11. 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

12. Reconvene in Open Session for action following Executive Session, if necessary

ANNOUNCEMENTS / FUTURE AGENDA

13. Board announcements

14. Next SJRA Board Meeting - May 22, 2014, G & A Board Room

15. 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 Jodi Chaney at (936) 588-3111 at least three business days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.




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Agency Name: North Texas Municipal Water District
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 4:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 505 E. Brown Street
City Location: Wylie
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002858
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: James M. Parks, 972.442.5405
Agenda:
Notice is hereby given pursuant to V.T.C.A., Government Code, Chapter 551, that the Board of Directors of North Texas Municipal Water District will hold a regular meeting, open to the public, on Thursday, April 24, 2014, at 4:00 p.m., at the North Texas Municipal Water District offices, 505 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. INVOCATION - DIRECTOR DON CATES

II. ROLL CALL

III. RECOGNITION OF GUESTS

A. Registered Guests

IV. 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.

V. 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.

A. Consider Approval of Board of Directors Meeting Minutes - March 27, 2014
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 14-04-01)

B. Consider Authorizing Change Order No. 2 on Project No. 238, Plano No. 3 Delivery Point Metering Station Upgrade
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 14-04-02)

C. Consider Authorizing Change Order No. 1 and Authorization to Make Final Payment on Project No. 255, Forney Parallel Interceptor (Line A)
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 14-04-03)

D. Consider Authorization to Make Final Payment on Project No. 301, NTMWD Administration Building Structural Improvements, Task No. 1
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 14-04-04)

E. Consider Authorizing Additional Engineering Services on Project No. 331, Custer Road Transfer Station Tippling Floor Improvements
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 14-04-05)

F. Consider Authorizing Inspection Services Agreement on Project No. 202, Electrical Improvements at High Service Pump Station 1-1
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 14-04-06)

G. Consider Authorizing Adjustment to Engineering Services Fee on Project No. 217, Electrical Improvements at Water Treatment Plant II Chemical Building
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 14-04-07)

H. Consider Authorization to Make Final Payment on Project No. 251, Water Treatment Plant IV Conversion to Biologically Active Filtration
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 14-04-08)

I. Consider Authorizing Inspection Services Agreement on Project No. 298, High Service Pump Station 2-2 and 2-3 Electrical Improvements
(Please refer to Consent Agenda Item No. 14-04-09)

VI. AGENDA ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION

A. Presentation by Congressman Ralph Hall to Retiring Executive Director Jim Parks
(Please refer to Board Memorandum)

B. Consider Adoption of Resolution No. 14-3 Commending Retiring Executive Director Jim Parks
(Please refer to Board Memorandum)

C. Consider Authorizing Part-Time Executive Assistant Position
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4169)

D. Consider Adoption of Resolution No. 14-6 Calling the Remaining Maturities of the North Texas Municipal Water District Water Storage Facilities Revenue Bonds (City of Royse City Project), Series 2001 for Redemption Prior to Maturity; and Enacting Other Provisions Relating to the Subject
(Please refer to Board Memorandum)

E. Consider Authorizing Lower Bois d'Arc Creek Reservoir Mitigation Property Archaeological Survey, Phase I, Project No. 359
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4170)

F. Consider Authorizing Execution of Engineering Services Agreement on Project No. 303, Richardson Spring Creek Lift Station Improvements Final Design
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4171)

G. Consider Authorizing Execution of Engineering Services Agreement on Project No. 356, Wilson Creek Interceptor Improvements, Phase 2
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4172)

H. Consider Authorizing Award of Construction Contract on Project No. 291, Wylie Water Treatment Plant East Access Gate and Road Improvements
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4173)

I. Consider Authorizing Additional Engineering Services on Project No. 261, High Service Pump Station 2-2 and 2-3 Mechanical Improvements
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4174)

J. Consider Authorizing Execution of Engineering Services Agreement on Sabine Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Evaluation
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4175)

K. Consider Adoption of Resolution No. 14-5 Authorizing Land Acquisition Program for the McCree Road 6 MG Ground Storage Tank Site in the City of Garland, Project No. 357
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4176)

L. Consider Authorizing Additional Engineering Services for Project No. 128, Lake Texoma Pump Station Modifications
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4177)

M. Consider Authorizing Award of Construction Contract on Project No. 260, Water Treatment Plant I, 2.5 and 3.0 MG Reservoir Roof Improvements
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4178)

N. Consider Authorizing Ratification of Execution of Agreement for Professional Services of Claims Specialist for Project No. 153, Water Treatment Plants I, II, III, and IV Ozonation
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4179)

O. Consider Authorizing Change Order No. 26 on Project No. 153, Water Treatment Plants I, II, III, and IV Ozonation
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4180)

P. Consider Adoption of Resolution No. 14-4 Authorizing Additional Funding for Right-of-Way Acquisition Program on Project No. 268, Lake Texoma Outfall to Wylie Water Treatment Plant Raw Water Pipeline
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4181)

Q. Consider Authorizing Change Order No. 2 on Project No. 210, North McKinney Pipeline System, Phases I and II
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4182)

R. Consider Authorizing Execution of Engineering Services Agreement on Project No. 358, Lower Bois d'Arc Creek Reservoir Intake and Pump Station Configuration and Siting Engineering
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4183)

S. Consider Authorizing Reimbursement to the City of Wylie for Road Repairs on Project No. 268, Lake Texoma Outfall to Wylie Water Treatment Plant Raw Water Pipeline
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4184)

T. Consider Authorizing Additional Engineering Services on Project No. 354, Wylie Water Treatment Plants Chemical Systems Evaluation, Preliminary Engineering
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4185)

U. Consider Authorizing Change Order No. 6 on Water Treatment Plant I Conversion to Biologically Active Filtration and Improvement of Existing Underdrains
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4186)

V. Consider Authorizing Extension of Seasonal Watering as Written in Stage 3 of the NTMWD's Water Conservation and Drought Contingency/Water Emergency Response Plan
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4187)

VII. DISCUSSION

A. Water Supply Update

B. Water Rate Projection Review

C. Appointment of Nominating Committee for 2014-2015 Board of Directors Officers

VIII. ADJOURNMENT


NEXT REGULAR MEETING OF BOARD, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 2014, AT 4:00 P.M. IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES, WYLIE, TEXAS


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





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Agency Name: North Texas Municipal Water District
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 3:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Special Purpose Committee to Recommend Nominee to Replace Executive Director
Status: Active
Street Location: 505 E. Brown Street
City Location: Wylie
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002855
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: James M. Parks, 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, Special Purpose Committee to Recommend Nominee to Replace Executive Director, will hold a regular meeting, open to the public, on Thursday, April 24, 2014, at 3:00 p.m., at North Texas Municipal Water District offices, 505 E. Brown Street, Wylie.

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. ACTION ITEMS

A. Approval of Minutes - December 3, 2014

B. Update on Transition of Executive Director Position

II. ADJOURNMENT

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


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Agency Name: North Texas Municipal Water District
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 2:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Water Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 505 E. Brown Street
City Location: Wylie
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002853
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: James M. Parks, 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, April 24, 2014, at 2:00 p.m., at the North Texas Municipal Water District offices, 505 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. ACTION ITEMS

A. Consider Approval of Water Committee Meeting Minutes - February 27, 2014

B. Consider Recommendation on Authorizing Additional Engineering Services on Project No. 354, Wylie Water Treatment Plants Chemical Systems Evaluation, Preliminary Engineering
(Please refer to Administrative Memorandum No. 4185)

II. 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: Community Healthcore
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 6:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 1007 S. William St.
City Location: Atlanta
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002814
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Inman White, Executive Director, or Board Liaison at 903-237-2376
Agenda:


Tour of CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital - Atlanta
I. Call to Order, Welcome, and Prayer 6:00 p.m.
II. Citizen s Comments*
III. Approval of March, 2014 minutes
IV. Business Operations
A. Financial
1. Approval of March, 2014 Financials & Investments
B. Budget Review
V. Reports
A. Integrated Health Operations
B. Organization Development - IT
C. Executive Director Report
VI. Recommendation for Consideration
Approve Purchase of Furniture and Equipment for Medical Plaza Offices
VII. Board of Trustees
A. Board Q&A
Board Discussion Proposed changes to the by-laws
B. Housekeeping
VIII. Adjourn



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Agency Name: Concho Valley Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 2:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: All
Status: Active
Street Location: 202 Henry O. Flipper
City Location: San Angelo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002787
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Leah M Ripple; 325-655-2005; email: lripple@cvworkforce.org
Agenda:
1. Board Meeting-Call to Order
2. Determination of Quorum
3. Comments from Visitors (limit 5 minutes)
4. Recognitions
5. Presentations
6. Consider Approval of the March 27, 2014, Board Minutes
7. Consider Report From:
A. Executive Committee
B. Economic Development & Education Committee
-Workforce Programs Update
-Youth Programs Update
-Discussion and Approval of Skills Development Fund Proposal(s)
-Discussion and Approval of Wagner-Peyser 7B Grant Proposal
C. Finance & Oversight Committee
-Review of Monthly Financial Documents
-Child Care Enrollment
8. Report from Arbor
9. Executive Director
-TWC Monitoring Review on April 21-25, 2014
-Discussion on Work Ready Community
-TWC Workforce Forum on April 28-30, 2014, in Austin, Texas

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

OPEN SESSION (CONTINUED)
10. Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Matters Discussed in Executive/Closed Session, if Needed
11. Consider Discussion of Future Agenda Items
12. Selection of Subsequent Meeting Date- (May 29, 2014)
13. Comments from CEOs
14. Announcements
-SBA Lenders Forum on May 1, 2014 from 10:00 am-2:00 pm
-9th Annual Goodfellow Appreciation Day on May 17th at Goodfellow Recreation Camp at Lake Nasworthy
-West Texas Energy Consortium Conference on June 3-4, 2014, in Abilene, Texas
-Tour of Workforce Center-Available Upon Request
15. Adjournment of Regular Meeting




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Agency Name: Ark-Tex Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: North East Texas Rural Planning Organization Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 209 N. Madison Ave.
City Location: Mt. Pleasant
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002773
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Amber Thurston, Executive Assistant, ATCOG, P.O. Box 5307, Texarkana, TX 75505-5307, 903.832.8636, athurston@atcog.org
Agenda:
AGENDA
NORTH EAST TEXAS
RURAL PLANNING ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE MEETING
APRIL 24, 2014

The North East Texas Rural Planning Organization (RPO) Committee of the Ark-Tex Council of Governments (ATCOG) will meet at 9:00 AM, Thursday, April 24, 2014, at the Luminant Community Room, 209 N. Madison, Mt. Pleasant, Texas. (Map enclosed)

Item 1. Call to order.

Item 2. Invocation.

Item 3. Approve the minutes as submitted in the mail of the North East Texas Rural Planning Organization Committee Meeting held Thursday, October 31, 2013, in Omaha, Texas.

Review and Comment

Item 4. Review and comment on the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) FY 2015-2018 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) plans for Atlanta and Paris Districts. (See attachment 1) ( To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown)

Item 5. Review and comment on information provided from TEX-21 and the Blacklands Corridor Feasibility Study Public Meetings. (For information only) (To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown)

Item 6. Review and comment on testimony heard before the Arkansas Senate and House Transportation Committee. (For information only) (To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown)

Item 7. Review and consider approval of Board Resolution supporting a letter to TxDOT requesting a Corridor Study of Interstate 30. (See attachment 2) (To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown)

Item 8. Review and consider approval of Board Resolution in support of the Northeast Rural Rail District s joint application with Blacklands Railroad for a Railroad Rehabilitation & Improvement Financing (RRIF) Loan and Tiger Grant application. (See attachment 3) (To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown

Announcements

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the North East Texas Rural Planning Organization Committee will be held at 9:00 a.m., Thursday, October 30, 2014, at the Luminant Community Room in Mt. Pleasant, Texas.


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Agency Name: Ark-Tex Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Executive Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 209 N. Madison Ave.
City Location: Mt. Pleasant
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002745
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Amber Thurston, Executive Assistant, ATCOG, P.O. Box 5307, Texarkana, TX 75505-5307, 903/832.8636, athurston@atcog.org
Agenda:
AGENDA
ARK-TEX COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
APRIL 24, 2014

The Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the Ark-Tex Council of Governments (ATCOG) will meet at 10:00 AM, Thursday, April 24, 2014, at the Luminant Community Room, 209 N. Madison, Mt. Pleasant, Texas. (Map enclosed)

Item 1. Call to order.

Item 2. Invocation.

Item 3. Approve the minutes as submitted in the mail of the Ark-Tex Council of Governments Executive Committee Meeting held Thursday, February 27, 2014, in Omaha, Texas.

Review and Comment

Item 4. Review and comment on an application by Paris Independent School District to the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Head Start, for a grant in the amount of $1,412,481, to be matched with $353,120 in-kind, for a total of $1,765,601, for continuation/refunding of head start in Lamar County. (To be presented by staff member Genevieve Burtchell)

Item 5. Review and comment on an application by Cooper Independent School District to the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Head Start, for a grant in the amount of $318,021 to be matched with $79,505 cash and in-kind, for a total of $397,526, for continuation/refunding of head start in Delta County. (To be presented by staff member Genevieve Burtchell)

Item 6. Review and comment on an Environmental Assessment by Southwestern Electric Power Co., who has applied to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for proposed renewal and revision of operating permit and acid rain permit authorizing operation of the Welsh Power Plant, located at 1187 County Road 4865, Pittsburg, Titus County, Texas. (To be presented by staff member Paul Prange)

Item 7. Review and comment on an Environmental Assessment by U.S. Tubular Products, Inc., who has applied to TCEQ for renewal of air quality permit authorizing continued operation of the Pipe Manufacturing and Coating Facility, located at 6866 US Highway 259 South, Lone Star, Morris County, Texas. (To be presented by staff member Paul Prange)

Item 8. Review and comment on an Environmental Assessment by Bell Concrete Products Co., who has applied to TCEQ for renewal of air quality permit authorizing continued operation of a Concrete Batch Plant, located at 625 7th Street, Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County, Texas. (To be presented by staff member Paul Prange)

Item 9. Review and comment on an Environmental Assessment by Chapel Hill I.S.D, who has applied to TCEQ for renewal of water quality permit authorizing the discharge of treated wastewater from the facility, located east of the intersection of FM 1735 and County Road 4825, in Titus County, Texas. (To be presented by staff member Paul Prange)

Regular Business

Item 10. Review and consider approval of a Board Resolution to approve new Trustees for the Ark-Tex Urban Transit District, Inc., Retirement Plan. (See attachment 1) (To be presented by staff member Sharon Pipes)

Item 11. Review and consider approval to adopt the ATCOG Money Purchase Pension Plan Investment Policy as amended and approval to revise the fixed positions on the Pension Plan Trustees Committee as designated in the Policies and Procedures Manual. (See attachment 2) (To be presented by staff member Sharon Pipes)

Item 12. Review and consider annual approval of the ATCOG Investment Policy and approval of an amendment in the designation of the ATCOG Investment Officer. (See attachment 3) (To be presented by staff member Linda Moore)

Item 13. Review and consider approval of revisions to the Procurement Policies and Procedures for ATCOG to replace reference to the Director of Finance and Administration. (See attachment 4) (To be presented by staff member Linda Moore)

Item 14. Review and consider approval of distribution of 2014 Homeland Security Grant Program funds as recommended by the ATCOG Homeland Security Advisory Committee. (See attachment 5) (To be presented by staff member Mary Beth Rudel)

Item 15. Review and consider approval of priorities established by the Regional Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (RCJAC) concerning projects being submitted to the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division, for funding consideration through the General Victim Assistance Direct Services funding category, whose grant period is 09/01/14 08/31/15. (See attachment 6) (To be presented by staff member Patricia Haley)

Item 16. Review and consider approval of priorities established by the RCJAC concerning projects being submitted to the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division, for funding consideration through the Criminal Justice Program (JAG) funding category, whose grant period is 9/01/14 08/31/15. (See attachment 7) (To be presented by staff member Patricia Haley)

Item 17. Review and consider approval of priorities established by the RCJAC concerning projects being submitted to the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division, for funding consideration through the General Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention local funding category, whose grant period is 09/01/14 08/31/15. (See attachment 8) (To be presented by staff member Patricia Haley)

Item 18. Review and consider approval of priorities established by the RCJAC concerning projects being submitted to the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division, for funding consideration through the Violent Crimes against Women Criminal Justice & Training Projects funding category, whose grant period is 09/01/14 08/31/15. (See attachment 9) (To be presented by staff member Patricia Haley)

Item 19. Review and consider approval of a Board Resolution supporting a letter to the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) requesting a Corridor Study of Interstate 30. (See attachment 10) (To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown)

Item 20. Review and consider approval of Board Resolution supporting a request for grant funding for Northeast Rural Rail Transportation District (NEXTEX) (See attachment 11) (To be presented by Executive Director Chris Brown)

Announcements

The next Board of Directors Meeting will be held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 29, 2014, at the Luminant Community Room in Mt. Pleasant, Texas.



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Agency Name: Coastal Bend Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 3:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 5858 S. Padre Island Drive
City Location: Corpus Christi
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002792
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: jenney.friesenhahn@workforcesolutionscb.org
Agenda:
AGENDA

I. Call to Order: Gloria Perez, Chair

II. Roll Call: Joe Guzman, Secretary

III. Announcement on Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest: Joe Guzman, Secretary
Conflicts of Interest or Appearances of a Conflict of Interest with items on this agenda shall be declared at this time. Members with conflicts will refrain from voting, and are asked to refrain from discussion on such items. Conflicts discovered later in the meeting shall be disclosed at that time. Note: Information on open meetings is included at the end of this agenda.

IV. Introduction of New Board Member: Gloria Perez
Dr. Verna Portis, Co-Owner of Portis Kountry Kitchen

V. Public Comments

VI. Board Comments

VII. Discussion and Possible Action on Minutes of the February 27, 2014 Board of Directors Meeting

VIII. Chairman s Report: Gloria Perez

IX. President/CEO Report: Ken Trevino

X. Discussion and Possible Action on Annual Performance Evaluation and Compensation for the President/CEO (Discussion of this item may be conducted in Closed Session Pursuant to TOMA Section 551.074: Personnel Matters)

XI. Committee Reports:
* Business Development Marcia Keener, Chair
* Child Care Joe Martinez, Chair
* Finance Emily Martinez, Chair
* Public Relations Lillian Riojas, Chair
* Workforce Operations Jim Bounds, Chair

XII. Service Providers Reports:
1. SERCO of Texas, Inc.
2. NCI, Inc.

XIII. Discussion and Possible Action on Board Policy #4.0.107.01 Determination of Self-Sufficiency
(Recommended for approval by Workforce Operations Committee on March 20, 2014)



XIV. Information Only:
1. Financial Dashboard: Louis Tatum
2. Update on Future Procurements and Contract Renewals: Robert Ramirez
3. Performance Overview Dashboard: Rufino Martinez

XV. Items of Community Interest

XVI. Upcoming Events:
TWC Forum April 28-30 in Austin
Mayor s Interagency Committee May 1, June 5
CCREDC Breakfast May 6, June 10
TAWB/EDC May 18-19 in Dallas

XVII. Adjournment


Note: Except for expressly authorized closed sessions, meetings, discussions, and deliberations of the Board or Committees will be open to the public. Voting in all cases will be open to the public. Board members are advised that using personal communication devices to discuss Committee and Board business during the meeting may be a violation of the Texas Open Meetings Act. Such communications also may be subject to the Texas Public Information Act.

Closed Session Notice. PUBLIC NOTICE is given that the Board may elect to go into executive session at any time during the meeting in order to discuss matters listed on the agenda, when authorized by the provisions of the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. In the event the Board elects to go into executive session regarding an agenda item, the section or sections of the Open Meetings Act authorizing the executive session will be publicly announced by the presiding officer.


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Agency Name: Brazoria County Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 500 N Chenango
City Location: Angleton
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002683
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Cheryl Evans
Agenda:
APPRAISAL REVIEW BOARD
FOR THE BRAZORIA COUNTY
APPRAISAL DISTRICT, TEXAS


Notice of Public Meeting of the Appraisal Review Board:


Notice is hereby given that a public meeting of the Appraisal Review Board of the Brazoria County Appraisal District will convene at 9:00 a.m., Thursday, April 24, 2014 in the boardroom of the Brazoria County Appraisal District office located at 500 North Chenango, Angleton, Texas, to consider the following items:


1. Call the Meeting to Order.

2. Record the Members Present.

3. Approval of Minutes for Meeting of March 13, 2014.

4. Review and or Approve the 2014 ARB Rules of Procedure.

5. Present the Preliminary Roll for Review.

6. Hear and Determine Taxpayer and Taxing Unit Appeals on All matters Permitted By, TEXAS PROPERTY TAX CODE (a list of the hearings is available to the Public at the Brazoria County Appraisal District Office.)

7. Adjournment.

This notice is given pursuant to the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government
Code.

CHAIRMAN APPRAISAL REVIEW BOARD



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Agency Name: Brazoria County Appraisal District
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 500 n chenango
City Location: angleton
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002761
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Amended Agenda Cheryl Evans
Agenda:
AMENDED AGENDA
APPRAISAL REVIEW BOARD
FOR THE BRAZORIA COUNTY
APPRAISAL DISTRICT, TEXAS


Notice of Public Meeting of the Appraisal Review Board:


Notice is hereby given that a public meeting of the Appraisal Review Board of the Brazoria County Appraisal District will convene at 9:00 a.m., Thursday, April 24, 2014 in the boardroom of the Brazoria County Appraisal District office located at 500 North Chenango, Angleton, Texas, to consider the following items:


1. Call the Meeting to Order.

2. Record the Members Present.

3. Approval of Minutes for Meeting of March 13, 2014.

4. Appraisal Staff to be Sworn in.

5. Review and or Approve the 2014 ARB Rules of Procedure.

6. Present the Preliminary Roll for Review.

7. Hear and Determine Taxpayer and Taxing Unit Appeals on All matters Permitted By, TEXAS PROPERTY TAX CODE (a list of the hearings is available to the Public at the Brazoria County Appraisal District Office.)

8. Adjournment.

This notice is given pursuant to the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551, Government
Code.

CHAIRMAN APPRAISAL REVIEW BOARD



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Agency Name: MHMR Services for the Concho Valley
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 4:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Program Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1501 W Beauregard
City Location: San Angelo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002873
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Annette Hernandez 325-658-7750 Ext 346 ahernandez@mhmrcv.org
Agenda:
1. Call meeting to order
2. IDD Music Class - Piano Recital
Staff Recommendation: Information only, no action required
3. Consideration of the Quality Management Reports
Staff Recommendation: Information only, no action required
4. Report of DSHS Crisis Sanctions
Staff Recommendation: Information only, no action required
5. Adjournment


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Agency Name: MHMR Services for the Concho Valley
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 5:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Trustees
Status: Active
Street Location: 1501 W Beauregard
City Location: San Angelo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002871
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Annette Hernandez 325-658-7750 Ext 346
Agenda:
1. Call the meeting to order and invocation
2. Public comments will be limited to three (3) minutes to an agenda item
3. 2014 Hoops, Dreams, & Goals Basketball Tournament
4. Consideration of the Board of Trustees Meeting Minutes
March 27, 2014 Regular Board of Trustees Meeting
Staff Recommendation: Approval of minutes
5. Consideration of Additional Crisis Funding for the Mental Health Deputy Program with Tom Green County
Committee Recommendation: Approval of funding
6. Report of the Planning and Network Advisory Committee
Committee Recommendation: Acceptance of report
7. Report of the Program Committee
Committee Recommendation: Acceptance of report
8. Consideration of the Western Behavioral Health Network
Staff Recommendation: Acceptance of agreement
9. Report of the Executive Director
West Texas Counseling Event May 27th
Legislative Update
Texas Council Quarterly Report
Recognition of the Goodwin Legal Counsel
Staff Recommendation: Information only, no action required
10. Closed Session Chapter 551 Section .074 Personnel Matters -
Deliberation of the Executive Director s position
11. Open Session Announcement that no action was taken
12. Action to be taken, if any
13. Annual Tx Council Trustee/Staff Training June 18 -20th in San Antonio
14. Next Meeting Schedule/Adjournment


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Agency Name: Workforce Solutions for the Heart of Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Chief Elected Officials
Status: Active
Street Location: 1416 S. New Road
City Location: Waco
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002866
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
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 24th Day of April 2014 at 8:30 AM at the McLennan County Workforce Solutions Center, located at 1416 S. New Road in Waco, Texas at which time the following subjects will be considered:

AGENDA
(Items may not be presented in the order they appear)

I. Determination of Quorum and Call to Order

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

III. Introduction of Guests and Comments from the Lead CEO

IV. Public Comment

V. Action Items Consideration and/or Action on the following:
a. January 2014 Meeting Minutes

VI. Information Items
a. Executive Director and Staff Report
Board Quarterly Activities Report
YES! Initiative
Child Care
b. Board of Directors Appointment/Reappointment Update
c. TWC Contracts/Contract Amendments
d. Performance Reports
e. Financial Status Report
f. Attendance Report

VII. Other Items
a. Announcements

VIII. Adjourn


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Agency Name: Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County
Date of Meeting: 04/24/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: BOARD MEETING
Status: Active
Street Location: 1900 MAIN ST., 2nd FLOOR BOARD ROOM
City Location: HOUSTON
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002821
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: ALY ALONSO 713-739-4009
Agenda:
METRO BOARD OF DIRECTORS
BOARD MEETING
April 24, 2014
9:00 A.M.

AGENDA

1. Approval of the minutes for the Regular Board Meeting of March 27, 2014. Any Board member

2. Public Comments G. Garcia
- Board Speaker Follow-up Letter

3. METRO President & CEO s Business Report T. Lambert

4. Chairman s Report G. Garcia

5. Working Committee Meeting Reports

a. B. Ballanfant (Capital Programs)
b. L. Castañeda (Customer Service)
c. D. Jefferson (Finance/Audit)
d. A. Watson (Government & Public Affairs)
e. J. Robinson (People)
f. A. Watson (Procurement)
g. C. Spieler (Strategic Planning)

6. CAF LRV Monthly Report T. Fontaine

7. Google Real Time & Detour Alerts D. Wendler

CONSENT AGENDA

8. Request Board approval of Monthly Financial Committee Reports including the Investment Reports. D. Jefferson

9. Authorization for the President & CEO to take steps necessary to accept Designated Recipient status for the Houston Urbanized Area for the 49 U.S.C. Section 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities program, if designated by the Governor. D. Jefferson

10. Authorization for the President & CEO to enter into a Broker of Record Contract for insurance services with Marsh to cover all of METRO s Owner Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP) service needs for the designated term. D. Jefferson

11. Authorization for the President & CEO to approve an extension of time for the JOC contract with Kellogg Brown & Root while a replacement contracting vehicle is put in place to handle multi-discipline construction work. B. Ballanfant

12. Authorization for the President & CEO to exercise the contract option to extend the time on the existing engineering contract with AIA Engineers, LTD to provide required construction management services on an as needed basis while a new contract is procured and executed. B. Ballanfant

13. Authorization for the President & CEO to exercise the contract option to extend the time on the existing engineering contract with Infrastructure Associates, Inc. to provide required construction management services on an as needed basis while a new contract is procured and executed. B. Ballanfant

14. Authorization for the President & CEO to exercise the contract option to extend the time on the existing engineering contract with S&B Infrastructure, LTD to provide required construction management services on an as needed basis while a new contract is procured and executed. B. Ballanfant

15. Authorization for the President & CEO to exercise a contract option to extend Land Surveying Services Contracts. B. Ballanfant

16. Authorization for the President & CEO to enter into Utility Reimbursement Agreements with CenterPoint Energy Houston Electric,LLC and CenterPoint Energy Resources dba CenterPoint Energy Texas Gas Operations,LLC for the relocation of electric and gas facilities to accommodate the Burnett Street Reconstruction. B. Ballanfant

17. Authorization for the President & CEO to execute and deliver an amendment to the Interlocal Agreement with the University of Houston Downtown for the continued development and support of the METRO Interactive System MAP. L. Castañeda

18. Authorization for the President & CEO to award a contract with Comfort Systems USA (South Central) to provide inspections and repairs for the HVAC equipment at METRO's Lee P. Brown, Headquarters Administration Building L. Castañeda

19. Authorization for the President & CEO to award a (3) year contract with Star Service, Inc to provide inspections and repairs for the HVAC equipment and boilers installed at METRO's Operating and Support Facilities L. Castañeda

20. Authorization for the President & CEO to execute and deliver two (2) contracts, Toyota Lift of Houston, for the purchase of burden carriers & stock chasers and with Briggs Equipment for the purchase of electric scissor lifts. L. Castañeda

ITEMS FOR SEPARATE CONSIDERATION

21. Authorization or the President & CEO to amend the existing Credit Agreement with JPMorgan Chase & State Street Bank Supporting Commercial Paper. D. Jefferson

22. Request Board approval of an amendment to Resolution 2013-149 to include First Southwest Company in the pool of Underwriters approved to sell METRO s Sales and Use Tax Bonds and Contractual Obligations. D. Jefferson

23. Authorization for the President & CEO to modify the METRO Rail Expansion Design-Build contract with HRT. B. Ballanfant


THE NEXT REGULAR BOARD MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR MAY 22, 2014 AT 9:00 A.M.


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Agency Name: Office of the Governor, Economic Development and Tourism Office
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Insurance Annex Building - 221 East 11th Street, 4th Floor Conference Room
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002786
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting, who may need auxiliary aids or services, or who need assistance in having English translated into Spanish, should contact Donna Weinberger-Rourke at 512.936.6443, at least 2 days before the meetin
Agenda:
ITEM

I Call to Order

II Discussion and Possible Action on
Approval of Minutes of February 28, 2014
Board Meeting

III Discussion and Possible Action On:

Presentation and Approval of Potential
Loan to:

a) The City of San Marcos and Upland
Logic and affiliates
b) Texas A&M University System and Texas
A&M Corpus Christi University

IV Discussion and Possible Action on:
a) Board Committee Assignments

V Recess into Executive Session
Reconvene Open Meeting:
The open meeting will be reconvened, and
any final action required concerning
matters deliberated in the Executive
Session must be taken at this time.

VI Comments without Deliberation:

Public comments

Adjournment




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Agency Name: TML Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 200 Hi-Line
City Location: Horseshoe Bay
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002846
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
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)
C. Request for Excused Absence
D. Minutes (Tab B)
E. 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, TML MultiState IEBP Chairman History, Organization Historical Overview Table and Active Trust Document. (Tab C)
F. Correspondence (Tab D)

II. Executive Session
The Trustees will adjourn into Executive Session under authority of the Texas Government Code Section 551.071 (Consultation with Attorney) to receive advice from Counsel regarding attorney-client privileged matters 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. Follow-Up from January 2014 Board Meeting
A. Ratify name from MultiState TML Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool to TML MultiState Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool
B. Board Meeting, September 2014
1. TML Conference Dates
a. Sept 29-Oct 3, 2014 Houston, TX
b. Sept 21-25, 2015 San Antonio, TX
2. Current schedule for Four Seasons Resort
a. Sept 25-26, 2014 Four Seasons at Las Colinas, Irving, TX
b. Sept 25, 2015 (Friday) San Antonio, TX @ TML Annual Conference
c. Sept 29-30, 2016 Four Seasons Resort @ Las Colinas, Irving, TX

IV. Board Reports
A. Executive Committee Chairman: David Riley
1. Members on Hold
2. Executive Electronic Tracking of Medically Justified Trends
3. Legal Update
B. Budget/Audit and Finance/Investment Committee
1. 2014-2015 Budget

V. Organizational Updates
A. TML IRP Board Meeting Update/Eddie Edwards (Tab E)
B. PEBA Board Meeting Update: Brenda Samford
1. Telemedicine: Teladoc Update
2. UnitedHealthcare Group: Post Sixty-five Retiree Benefits
3. International Medicine: Satori
4. Integrated Medical Home Model of Care: Marathon
5. CVS/Caremark
6. HMS Eligibility Audits
7. Administrative Services Agreement
C. QicLink 5.0 Conversion
1. Andy: System and Check Overview
a. Diagnostic Review
b. Checks
c. Groups Outstanding on Pay Plus
d. Check Register
e. Check Mismatch
2. Danny:
a. Workflow Disruption Overview
3. Tracey
a. Billing and Enrollment Overview
4. Lynette
a. Claim Adjudication Overview
5. Susan: Reporting for Jill
a. Claim Audit Preparation Report
b. ICD-10 mapping
6. Mona
a. HITECH Overview
7. Susan: Reporting for Charlene
a. McKesson Conversion March 2015
8. Dan
a. Personnel Management during Conversion Process
b. HRMS Conversion
9. Jerry
a. Business Continuity Preparation for Conversions
10. Susan
a. Integrity of the Healthcare Dollar optimized by Performance Based Outcome Plan of Action
D. Underwriting Plan Year (Tab F)
1. Benefit Plan Timeline
a. October Plan Year Rerate Overview
b. Member Equity
c. Reserve Overview
d. Membership YTD Service Stats
e. Cash Flow Management
f. Loss Ratio Overview
g. Fixed Fees: Optum Data Analytics $108,000.00
h. Prescription Utilization
i. Trend Update: October-April and Rolling Twelve Months
j. Investment Interest Update
k. TML MultiState IEBP Net Income
l. Attachment Factor
m. Per Employee Per Year costs
n. Prospective Risk Scores
o. Regional Network Discount Scores
p. Historical Cost Projection Overview
q. Risk Based Capital Report
r. Managed Care Efficiency
s. Patient Protection Affordable Care Act Administrative Fees
2. Ernst and Young Interface Plan Factor calculation in new Pricing Model
a. Lag through December review for final estimate of Reserves
b. Plan Factor Update
c. Area Factor Pricing Model Assessment
d. TML MultiState IEBP s office visits are calculated separately and not embedded into plan design. TML MultiState IEBP uses Medical Plan Factor + office visit factor + lab/x-ray factor + prescription factor + area factor
e. High Deductible Standard PPO Plan Factor
3. Cost Projections
a. Medical
b. Dental
c. Vision
4. High Deductible Health Savings Account Plan Factor
5. Proposal Activity
6. Employer Score Card Focus (measurement on Risk Based Capital Report
a. Tenure
b. Loss Ratio 3 years
c. Current Loss Ratio
d. Incentive Pay Percentage
e. Gap in Care Letter Percentage
f. Premium Network Utilization
7. Benefit Plan Review for 2014-2015
a. Medical
b. Summary of Benefits and Coverage
c. Dental Benefit
d. Vision Benefit
e. Summary of Changes
f. Agreements
g. HIPAA Opt Out Letter Approval, Plan Year September 2014-2015 therafter
E. Business Model Alignment (Tab G)
1. Dickstein and Shapiro Contract Overview
2. Historical Overview of Tax Credit
a. September 7, 2011
b. April 1, 2012
c. November 15, 2012
d. July 31, 2012
e. Ongoing conversations
3. PPACA Update
a. PPACA Timeline
b. PPACA Overview
4. State Waiver Option Discussion
5. Committees to begin to negotiate Patient Protection Affordable Care Act regulations
a. Full Time Equivalent
b. Self-Funded Payment for Transitional Reinsurance Fund $63.00 PPPY to $0.00 to $44.00
c. Self Funded Employers Participating in Provider Fee Payment
d. Section 125 up to $500.00 Maximum Carry Over Amount, Plan Years effective 12.01.13 thereafter
e. One Year extension for plans not compliant with minimum essential benefits
f. Insurance Marketplace will Ping information to:
g. Mental Health Parity and Substance Use Disorder
h. Catastrophic Plan Options are available for subscribers < than age thirty (30).
6. Medicare Secondary Payor
a. Biotech Prescription Filing Deadline Benefit Payment Declination
7. TML IEBP to TML MultiState IEBP Historical Overview
8. MultiState Trust Expenses
a. Trust Attorney
b. Oklahoma Attorney
9. Assumed Name Certificate
10. TML IEBP Action Plan conversion to TML MultiState Intergovernmental Employee Benefits Pool
11. Mission Statement
To provide excellent service offering competitive health benefits and administrative services to eligible municipalities and other governmental entities in Texas by utilizing innovative, viable, affordable alternatives while maintaining financial integrity.
12. Oklahoma Interface with Angela Abels
a. Department of Insurance Meeting
b. FORC Interface Federation of Regulatory Counsel
c. Political Subdivision definition in s Oklahoma s governmental Tort Claims Act vs. Public Trusts
d. Are Oklahoma Public Trusts defined as Affiliated Contractors
13. National Marketing Plan Review/Distribution Model Enhancement
F. Executive Director Meeting with Board regarding personnel matters
G. Alliance Relationship (Tab H)
1. PEBA Board Structure
2. PEBA Webcasts
3. PEBA Marketing Focus
4. PEBA Benefit Vendor Alliances
5. Manager Workshop March 19, 2014
a. Tom Smith
b. Dennis Ellis
c. Interface Relationship April 2014
6. October 22, 2013
a. Dennis Ellis Meeting
b. TML MultiState IEBP System Independence
c. QicLink Conversion/Health Information Technology
H. Quality Management Plan (Tab I)
1. National Committee of Quality Assurance (NCQA) a non-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality by certifying healthcare organizations or Utilization Review Accreditation Commission (URAC) Accredited:
a. NCQA s Response letter regarding TML IEBP s name change
b. TML MultiState IEBP obtained Interim NCQA Accreditation September 18, 2013
c. Survey & Results screen the final score (49.17 out of 50/98.35%)
d. Jacqueline Simmons and Angela Beattie
e. 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.
f. December 16, 2014, On-site
g. February 9, 2015, Electronic Review
2. Quarterly Quality Improvement Committee second Friday after Board Meeting
3. Delegated Business Policy and Procedures with reporting requirements
a. Provider Network: UMR/UnitedHealthcare Contract Amendment
b. Pharmacy Benefit Manager: Restat acquisitioned by Catamaran
c. Evidence Based Clinical Prescription Management: RxResults EBRX
d. Telemedicine/Teladoc
I. Competitive Proposal Timeline (Tab J)
1. Trustee Errors and Omissions, March 2014
2. Catamaran Acquisition of Restat Update
a. CVS/Caremark and Restat Hybrid termination
b. Catamaran s Agreement Revision Request
J. Network Discounts (Proprietary Packet)
1. Primary: FY2012-13 YTD (Oct- September)
a. Plan Year 2011-2012: 59.63%
b. Plan Year 2012-2013: 60.63%
2. Secondary Network Discounts
3. Emergency Room Negotiation Update (Proprietary Packet)
a. United Work delegated to TML MultiState IEBP
K. Healthy Initiatives HealthPlan (Tab K)
1. Data Analytic Timeframes
a. Personal Health Record
b. HEDIS Report
c. Biometric Summary Reports
d. Body Mass Index (BMI)
e. Incentive Update per Calendar Year
f. Healthy Initiatives Letter Campaign
g. Population Health and Gaps in Care Report Heart Disease
h. Prochaska Summary Report
i. Return on Investment/Utilization Overview (OptumInsight)
j. OptumInsight Risk Based Capital Report
k. Development of Personal Health Profile
l. Development of Healthy Initiatives Completion Confirmation
2. Reference Tools
3. Health Coaching Survey Overview
a. Episode Treatment Groups (ETG)
b. Episode Risk Groups (ERG)
c. Prescription Risk Groups (PRG)
d. Prescription Episode Group (PEG)
e. Evidence Based Medicine (EBM)
f. Physician Cost and Quality (PCQ) Connect (not purchased by IEBP)
4. Health Engagement Resources
5. Provider Cost Transparency
6. External Review Specialists
a. ITA (Intelligence Treatment Access) merge with Eviti (name change also to Eviti)
b. MRIoA (Medical Review Institute of America)
c. MCMC (Managing Care Managing Claims)
d. AllMed
e. Advanced Medical Strategies (AMS)
7. Eviti Connect Metrics Q4 2013
8. Bariatric Overview
9. Fecal Occult Home Kit Update
a. Quest Diagnostics
b. LabCorp: Workflow Disruption
L. Technology Update (Tab L)
1. 837 Repository
2. OnBase Plan of Action
3. ODS Plan Of Action
4. HRMS Production
5. Vital Medical Management Conversion from CCMS
6. Electronic Fund Transfer
7. Building Safety
8. Business Continuity Plan
a. Business Continuity Test Sites
9. E-Benefits
10. MyMobile Me
11. MyBenefits on Demand
M. Member Communication (Tab M)
1. Employer Appeal
2. Employee Appeal
3. Provider Appeal
a. Electronic Fund Transfers
4. Regional Meeting Action Plan
5. Eligibility Enrollment Appeals and Administrative Review
6. Membership Satisfaction Survey
7. Employee Scorecard
8. Teladoc Utilization
N. HIPAA Security Risk Update (Tab N)
1. HIPAA Compliance Timetable
2. Health Plan Identifier Application completed
3. 2013-2014 Security Work Plan
a. Perimeter Scan
b. Overview Policy & Procedures
c. Possibly Business Continuity Testing
4. Plan Year 2014-2015 Security Audit
a. Delay until Spring 2014 due to 3.3 to 5.0 conversion
b. Review Spôhn s ability to conduct high level security audits
O. Legislative Liaison Report (Tab O)
P. Legal Counsel Report
1. The Board of Trustees of the TML MultiState 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).

VI. Staff Reports/Presentations
A. Executive Director (Executive Session Packet)
B. Business/Administrative Services (Tab P) (Jerry Greer)
1. Accounting Overview
2. Investment Report (Tab Q) (Jerry Greer)
C. Human Resources (Tab R) (Dan Migura)
1. Personnel Update
D. Member Services (Tab S) (Andy Rainosek)
1. Member Service Team Overview (Lynette Cabrera)
2. Telephone Service Goals
3. Turnaround Time Goals
4. Quality Management (Jill Salzillo)
5. Medical Management (Charlene Boyer)
6. Information Systems/Website Access/IS Security Update
E. Marketing/Benefit Services (Tab T) (Brett Bowers)
1. Net Membership Overview
F. In-House Counsel (Executive Session Packet) (Scott Wilson)
1. Overview
2. Right of Recovery
3. Ongoing In-House Legal
G. Personnel Discussion

VII. Action Items
A. Board will take action to ratify the name from MultiState TML IEBP to TML MultiState IEBP
B. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the location of the September 25-26, 2014 Board Meeting
C. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Executive Committee recommendations.
D. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Budget/Audit and Finance/Investment recommendations.
E. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on IRP Report.
F. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on Public Employer Benefits Alliance (PEBA) Report.
G. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the QicLink 5.0 Conversion.
H. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Underwriting.
I. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Business Model Alignment recommendations.
J. TML MultiState IEBP will take action on the Executive Director Meeting with the Board.
K. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Alliance Relationship recommendations.
L. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Quality Management Plan recommendation.
M. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Competitive Proposal.
N. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Provider Network recommendations.
O. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Healthy Initiatives HealthPlan recommendations.
P. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Technology recommendations.
Q. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Member Communication recommendation.
R. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on HIPAA Security Risk recommendation.
S. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Legislative Liaison report.
T. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Legal Counsel report.
U. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on the Staff Reports recommendation.
V. TML MultiState IEBP Board will take action on TML MultiState IEBP September 2014 and 2015 Board Meeting Dates due to TML Conference Dates
1. Sept 29-Oct 3, 2014 Houston, TX
2. Sept 21-25, 2015 San Antonio, TX

VIII. Organizational Items (Part II)
A. 2014 TML MultiState IEBP Board Meetings
1. June 26-27, 2014 Pearl South Padre, South Padre Island, TX
2. Sept 25-26, 2014 Four Seasons at Las Colinas, Irving, TX
B. 2015 & 2016 TML MultiState IEBP Board Meetings
1. Jan 22-23, 2015 Mokara Resort & Spa, San Antonio, TX
2. April 23-24, 2015 Barton Creek Resort & Spa, San Antonio, TX
3. June 25-26, 2015 Pearl South Padre Island, South Padre Island, TX
4. Sept 25, 2015 (Friday) San Antonio, TX @ TML Annual Conference
5. Jan 21-22, 2016 Hyatt Hill Country, San Antonio, TX
6. April 28-29, 2016 Horseshoe Bay Report, Horseshoe Bay, TX
7. June 23-24, 2016 Pearl South Padre Island, South Padre Island, TX
8. Sept 29-30, 2016 Four Seasons Resort @ Las Colinas, Irving, TX
C. NLC-RISC Meetings
1. 2014
a. The 2014 NLC-RISC will be held on May 8-9, 2014 in San Diego, CA. They will be offering two full days of conferences on Thursday and Friday and are leaving Saturday open to tour San Diego or as a travel day since it is Mother s Day weekend. The group block is available for arrivals on Wednesday, May 7th and departure on Saturday, May 10th at a group rate of $169 per night. A limited block is available for Saturday night, although the group rate is available for three days following our event based on availability.
b. Online hotel reservations are now open at the Westin San Diego Gaslamp Quarter hotel, the conference hotel for the 2014 NLC-RISC Trustees Conference. Please share this information with your trustees and appropriate staff.
c. April 15, 2014, NLC RISC is debating on having a round table for Healthcare Pools regarding Affordable Care Act. Request for topics submitted by IEBP.
i. Information variance for fully funded vs. self funded
ii. PPACA admin costs: PCORI, Transitional Reinsurance Program, provider fee: Eligibility Audits due to PMPY calculation
iii. Qualified Health Plan Accreditation Requirements
iv. Political Subdivision Synergy
v. Reporting Requirements: 6065 and 6056
vi. Minimum essential benefits vs. Minimum Essential Coverage: financial implications and
vii. There have been some emails regarding reserves and costs in this new world of prohibition of LTM ec
viii. Trustees are fiscally responsible for the Pools
ix. State Waiver
x. The self funded political subdivision tax credit bill 1076
xi. Delays: grandfather clause, measurement period changes for FTE,
xii. MOOP
xiii. W-2 reporting
xiv. Impact of Expanded Benefits
xv. Impact of Expanded Administrative Services
xvi. Insurance Market Place template for states that assist in registration for uninsured
2. 2015
a. NLC-RISC Spring Trustees conference: May 7-9, 2015
b. NLC-RISC Fall Staff Conference: October 19-21, 2015
D. TML Board Meetings
1. June 18-19, 2014 South Padre Island, TX
2. Sept 30, 2014 Houston, TX
a. TML MultiState IEBP and TML IRP Breakfast, October 2, 2014
b. TML MultiState IEBP sponsored Golf Tournament discussion for Friday, October 3, 2014
3. Dec 2014 Undetermined
E. TML Annual Conference
1. Sept 29-Oct 3, 2014 Houston, TX
2. Sept 21-25, 2015 San Antonio, TX
F. TML IRP Board Meetings
1. Apr 25-26, 2014 Courtyard Marriott, Allen, TX
2. July 18-19, 2014 Embassy Suites Riverwalk, San Antonio, TX
3. Oct 17-18, 2014 Moody Gardens, Galveston, TX
4. Jan 23-24, 2015 Texas Municipal Center, Austin, TX
5. April 24-25, 2015 Embassy Suites, Fort Worth, TX
6. July 25-26, 2015 JW Marriott, San Antonio, TX
7. Oct 16-17, 2015 (proposed) Hilton Garden Inn, South Padre Island, TX
G. Texas City Management Association (TCMA) Annual Conference
1. June 26-29, 2014 Galveston, TX
H. Texas Municipal Human Resources Association (TMHRA) Annual Conference
1. May 7-9, 2014 Moody Gardens, Galveston, TX

IX. Adjourn


The Board of Trustees of the TML MultiState 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: The University of Texas System
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Flawn Academic Center (FAC), Room #328, 2304 Whitis Avenue
City Location: Austin, Texas 78712
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002904
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Frank Serpas III, Hearst Student Media Building (HSM), Room 3.200, 2500 Whitis Avenue, Austin, TX 78712, Telephone: (512) 471-7052, Fax: (512) 471-3851, Email: serpas@austin.utexas.edu
Agenda:
I. 12:00 p.m.: Convene in Open Session for the meeting of the Executive Committee of the Texas Student Media Board of Operating Trustees

A. Discussion and possible action regarding the selection of the recipients of the Julia Jeffress Excellence Award, the Liz Carpenter Award for Excellence, and the M. Dolores Ebert Award

1. Recess to Executive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, Section 551.074, Personnel Matters Relating to Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Assignment, Duties, Discipline, or Dismissal of Officers or Employees

2. Reconvene in Open Session for action regarding the awards

II. 1:00 p.m. Convene in Open Session for the meeting of the Texas Student Media Board of Operating Trustees
A. Executive Committee Report; Vincent Cicchirillo, Chair of the Executive Committee of the Texas Student Media Board of Operating Trustees
B. Approval of minutes from the March 21, 2014 meeting of the Texas Student Media Board of Operating Trustees
C. Discussion and possible action regarding activity reports from Advisers, Student Managers, Editors, and Director
D. Discussion and possible action regarding the appointments of The Daily Texan Managing Editor (summer), The Daily Texan Managing Editor (fall), Texas Travesty Editor-In-Chief, Cactus Yearbook Editor-In-Chief, KVRX Station Manager, and Texas Student TV Station Manager
1. Recess to Executive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 551, Section 551.074, Personnel Matters Relating to Appointment, Employment, Evaluation, Assignment, Duties, Discipline, or Dismissal of Officers or Employees
2. Reconvene in Open Session for action regarding the appointments of The Daily Texan Managing Editor (summer), The Daily Texan Managing Editor (fall), Texas Travesty Editor-In-Chief, Cactus Yearbook Editor-In-Chief, KVRX Station Manager, and Texas Student TV Station Manager
E. Discussion and possible action regarding the 2014-2015 Service Agreement with The University of Texas at Austin; Jennifer Hammat, Assistant Vice President for University Compliance Services
F. Discussion and possible action related to potential amendments to the Revised Declaration of Trust and the hiring of an attorney for the Texas Student Media Board of Operating Trustees to negotiate changes to the Revised Declaration of Trust; Dave Player, President of the Texas Student Media Board of Operating Trustees & Jennifer Hammat, Assistant Vice President for University Compliance Services
G. Discussion and potential action regarding review of TSM operating policies and seeking assistance and/or consultation with external entities; Heidi Toprac, Member of the Texas Student Media Board of Operating Trustees, McCombs School of Business
H. Discussion and possible action on the 2014-2015 schedule for the Board of Operating Trustees meetings; Frank Serpas III, Interim Director, Texas Student Media


III. Adjournment


Meeting Accessibility: Meetings of the University of Texas at Austin Texas Student Media Board of Operating Trustees are open to the public except for any posted executive session held in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act. Persons interested in attending Board meetings and desiring communication or other special accommodations should contact the University Of Texas Board Of Regents Office at least two working days prior to the meeting. The Board Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding holidays, and contact information follows: phone (512) 499-4402; fax (512) 499-4425; email bor@utsystem.edu; 201 West Seventh Street, Suite 820, Austin, Texas 78701-2981, or RELAY Texas (TTY: 7-1-1).

Kristy Orr
Assistant General Counsel to the Board of Regent
The University of Texas System
512/499-4402

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Agency Name: Texas Southern University
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Regents
Status: Active
Street Location: 3100 Cleburne St., Robert J. Terry Library, 5th Floor Conference Room
City Location: Houston
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002774
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Karen Griffin (713) 313-7900 (Office) (713) 313-7901 (Fax)
Agenda:
AGENDA

I. Call to Order

II. Roll Call

III. Conflict of Interest Statement

IV. BOARD BUSINESS

Presentation of Proclamation to Student Regent Faran Foy

V. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS, RESEARCH AND STUDENT LIFE COMMITTEE

A. Updates in the Division of Academic Affairs and Research
Action requested: Information

VI. ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE

A. Fiscal Year 2015 Tuition and Fees
Action requested: Approval

B. Purchase of University Property and Equipment Breakdown Insurance
Action requested: Approval

C. Purchase of Flight Simulators through Red Bird Flight Simulations, Inc.
Action requested: Approval

D.Cisco Voice Over IP Equipment Purchase through Netsync Network Solutions, Inc.
Action requested: Approval

E. Purchase of Supermicro Super Servers through Atipa Technologies
Action requested: Approval

VII. PHYSICAL FACILITIES COMMITTEE

No agenda item

VIII. AUDIT COMMITTEE

No agenda item

IX. DEVELOPMENT AND LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

A. Development Report
Action requested: Information

B. Communication Report
Action requested: Information

X. PERSONNEL AND LITIGATION COMMITTEE

No agenda item

XI. CONSENT DOCKET

A. Ratification of New Administrative Policies
-Personally Identifiable Information Policy-Number 04.06.28
-Freshman Residency Requirement-Number 05.02.01

B. Minutes
-February 20, 2014 - Standing Committees/Board Meetings
-February 21, 2014 - Board of Regents Meeting
-February 28, 2014 - Board of Regents Special Teleconference Meeting
-March 21, 2014 - Board of Regents Retreat
-March 22, 2014 - Board of Regents Retreat
Action Requested: Approval

XII. PRESIDENT'S REPORT

XIII. EXECUTIVE SESSION

-Texas Government Code - section 551.071- Consultation with Attorney
-Texas Government Code - section 551.072 - Deliberations concerning Purchase, Lease or value of real Property
-Texas Government Code - section 551.73 - Deliberations about Negotiated Contracts for prospective Gifts or Donations
-Texas Government Code -section 551.74 -Personnel Matters, including Appointments, Evaluation or Dismissal of Personnel

IVX. RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION

XV. ADJOURN



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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Consumer Direction Workgroup (CDW)
Status: Active
Street Location: 4900 North Lamar Blvd. (HHSC Brown-Heatly Bldg., Public Hearing Rooms 1420-1430)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002519
Submit Date: 04/07/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: For more information about the meeting content or agenda contact Kay Lambert, Stakeholder Relations Specialist, Medicaid/CHIP division of the Health and Human Services Commission, at kay.lambert@hhsc.state.tx.us or 512-462-6287.
Agenda:
AGENDA

Consumer Direction Workgroup (CDW)

April 25, 2014

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Meeting Site:

Brown-Heatly Building
Public Hearing Rooms 1420-1430
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78751

1. Welcome and Introductions

2. Approval of Minutes (October 25, 2013)

3. Chair Report

4. Update by Texas Workforce Committee: Dina Testoni

5. Presiding Officer Report

6. Reports from CDW representatives on Senate Bill 7 Advisory Committees

7. Review of CDW committee structure, actions, and priorities for 2014

8. Standing committee reports
a. Quality Improvement Committee: Report includes recommendation for consideration by the full Workgroup (ACTION ITEM)
b. Public Comment on Quality Improvement Committee recommendation
c. Service Expansion Committee
d. Employer Support Committee
e. Education and Outreach Committee

9. State Agency Reports
a. HHSC
b. DARS
c. DADS: New Rules Project

10. Lunch break (Recess)

11. Public Comment

12. Unfinished Business

13. New Business

14. Adjourn

For more information about the meeting content or agenda contact Kay Lambert, Stakeholder Relations Specialist, Medicaid/CHIP division of the Health and Human Services Commission, at kay.lambert@hhsc.state.tx.us or 512-462-6287.

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 Sallie Allen, at 512-424-6969 or Sallie.Allen@hhsc.state.tx.us 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: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Department of State Health Services, Exchange Building, Room N-218, 8407 Wall Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002643
Submit Date: 04/11/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Pamela Adams, Program Specialist, Regulatory Licensing Unit, Facility Licensing Group, Department of State Health Services, P. O. Box 149347, Austin, Texas 78714-9347, telephone (512) 834-6600, extension 2607. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend
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 January 17, 2014 meeting.

III. Discussion of robotic assisted surgery.

IV. Status of proposed rules to include revised anesthesia consent form and dental surgery procedures.

V. Continuation of the review of any updates to 25 TAC §§601.2 - 601.9.

VI. Discussion of updates to Frequently Asked Questions.

VII. Status of translation of List A and B into Spanish and posting on DSHS website.

VIII. Update regarding study on readability levels of consent forms/lists.

IX. Public Comment.

X. Next meeting date.

XI. Adjournment.

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Agency Name: Texas Diabetes Council
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Austin State Hosptial, Building 582, West Auditorium, 4110 Guadalupe
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002709
Submit Date: 04/14/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Roger Faske, Department of State Health Services, P. O. Box 149347, Austin, Texas 78714-9347, telephone (512) 776-3549. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, Dep
Agenda:

The Council will hold a Strategic Planning Session to discuss and possibly act on the following agenda:

I. Call Meeting to Order

II. Welcome and Introductions

III. Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Diabetes Prevention and Control Program Overview

IV. Review of 2012 Texas Diabetes Council (TDC) Strategic Plan

V. Review of TDC Priority Areas

VI. 2014 TDC Strategic Plan Development

VII. Lunch

VIII. 2014 TDC Strategic Plan Development (Continued)

IX. Other Council Business

X. Adjourn

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Agency Name: Texas State Library and Archives Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1201 Brazos Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002806
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Deborah Littrell (512-463-5456)
Agenda:
The TexShare Advisory Board may deliberate on and/or take action on any of the following agenda items, as authorized by the Open Meetings Act, Government Code Chapter 551.

1. Welcome and Introductions.
2. Approve minutes from January 10, 2014.
3. Public Comment.
4. Texas State Library and Archives Commission update including information on strategic planning, legislative issues, and other administrative issues.
5. Discuss and make recommendations on TexShare database selection process.
6. Discuss and make recommendations on e-book licensing issues.
7. Discuss and make recommendations on Report from Task Force on Libraries of Clinical Medicine including status of deliberations on membership criteria for libraries of clinical medicine.
8. Report and make recommendations on the results of TexShare Annual Report Survey.
9. Discuss and make recommendations on retention of TexShare members.
10 Working group reports including TexShare Card Program, Database Cost Sharing, Discovery Working Group, Electronic Information Working Group, Interlibrary Loan/Courier Service Working Group, and TexTreasures Working Group.
11. Strategic Partner Reports including Amigos Library Services, Education Service Center, Region 20, University of Texas at Austin.
12. Administrative Report including introduction to new staff members, information on TexShare database cost share, Update on K-12 libraries program, update on open access issues, transition to WorldCat Discovery, summary of continuing education events and opportunities.

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Agency Name: Texas Board of Nursing
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 333 Guadalupe Street
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002525
Submit Date: 04/07/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Contact: Jan Hooper, PhD, RN at 512-305-6814
Agenda:
Texas Board of Nursing
Task Force to Study Implications of Growth in Nursing Education Programs Meeting
Room 102
William P. Hobby Building
333 Guadalupe, Austin, Texas 78701

Friday, April 25, 2014
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

AGENDA


1. Call to Order Chair Pat Yoder-Wise
Welcome and Introductions of New Members

2. Approval of Minutes from Nov. 5th meeting

3. Review of Questions posed during Nov. 5th meeting

4. THECB Grant RFPs Related to Nursing Education Update-Chris Fowler

5. 2013 NEPIS Survey Update-Pam Lauer

6. Lunch

7. Survey Update

8. Review of Draft Guideline

9. Plans for Next Meeting

10. Adjournment


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Agency Name: State Bar of Texas
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 3100 W Interstate 40
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002842
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Candiss Held, 512-427-1416
Agenda:
Agenda
STATE BAR OF TEXAS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Magnuson Grand Ambassador Hotel - Rio Grande Room
3100 W Interstate 40
Amarillo, TX 79102
Friday, April 25, 2014 9:00am

Individuals with disabilities are entitled to have access to and participate in this meeting. An individual requiring an accommodation for access to the meeting must notify the State Bar by informing Candiss Held at 1/800-204-2222 or 512/427-1463 (x1416) or RELAY Texas (1-800-735-2989), in writing 24 hours prior to the scheduled meeting of the necessity of an accommodation. Upon receipt of this request, the State Bar will furnish appropriate auxiliary aids and services when necessary to afford an individual with a disability an equal opportunity to participate in and enjoy the benefits of the board meeting as nondisabled individuals enjoy.

1. Call to Order Cindy Tisdale

2. Roll Call Michelle Hunter

3. Invocation

4. Pledge to the U.S. and Texas Flags Judge Jo Ann Reyes

5. Remarks from the General Public*
(Sign in sheet available for public comment)

6. Report from the Chair of the Board Cindy Tisdale
A. Discussion: General Report

B. Action: Consider, discuss and approve Consent Agenda Items (Consent Tab)

C. Chair of the Board Election (Tab 1)
1) Action: Election of Chair of the Board for 2014-15

Candidate:
Robert Aldrich
Sara Dysart
Roger Key
Denise Scofield

2) Comments by Chair-Elect

7. Report from the President
Lisa M. Tatum
1) Discussion: General Report

2) Discussion: Update on Presidential Initiatives

3) Discussion: Task Force on International Law Practice in Texas Larry Pascal(Tab 2)

4) Action: Appointment of Minority Member to the Board of Directors, for a three-year term, effective Annual Meeting 2014 and expiring Annual Meeting 2017 (Tab 3)

Sylvia Borunda Firth (El Paso)

5) Action: Consider, discuss and accept the Aging Lawyers Task Force Report
Terry Tottenham (Tab 4)

8. Report from the President-Elect Trey Apffel
A. Discussion: General Report

B. Budget Committee (Tab 5)
Action: Consider, discuss and approve SBOT
2014-15 proposed budget for presentation to the Supreme Court of Texas

9. Report from the Immediate Past President Buck Files
Discussion: General Report

10. Executive Committee
A. Nominations and Elections Subcommittee
Buck Files/Frank Stevenson (Tab 6)
Discussion: Report on President-elect and District Director Elections

11. Commission for Lawyer Discipline/Chief Disciplinary Counsel Update
Guy Harrison/Linda Acevedo (Tab 7)
Discussion: General Report

12. Texas Young Lawyer Association Kristy Blanchard
Discussion: General Report

13. Administration Committee John Kazen
Discussion: General Report

14. Audit and Finance Committee Roger Key (Tab 8)
A. Discussion: Financial Reports and General Review of Financial Statements
B. Action: Consider, discuss and accept -
1) Quarterly Investment Report for the period ending February 28, 2014
2) One-year Extension of PFM Asset Management s Contract for Investment Management Services

15. Client Security Fund Subcommittee
Discussion: General Report
Judge Jo Ann Reyes

16. Member Services and Education Committee

A. New Directors Orientation Subcommittee Sara Dysart
Discussion: General Report

B. Insurance/Member Benefits Subcommittee Tim Kelly
Discussion: General Report

C. Technology Oversight Subcommittee Michele Wong Krause
Discussion: General Report

17. Public Services and Education Committee

A. Affordable Legal Services Subcommittee Cori Harbour-Valdez
Discussion: General Report

18. Section Representatives to the Board Committee
Michele Wong Krause (Tab 9)
A. Discussion: Sections Update

B. Action: Consider, discuss and approve -
1) Name change of Section of Taxation to Tax Section

2) Name change of Justice of the Peace Section to Justice of the Peace Courts Sections

3) Recommendation regarding proposed Legislative and Campaign Law Section
Scott Rothenberg

19. Discussion: Liaison Reports
A. Supreme Court Liaison Justice Phil Johnson
B. Court of Criminal Appeals Liaison Judge Michael Keasler
C. Federal Judicial Liaison Judge Ron Clark
D. Judicial Section Liaison Judge Penny Roberts
E. Out-of-State Lawyer Liaison Harry Paul (Hap) Weitzel

20. Discussion: Report from the Executive Director Michelle Hunter

21. Discussion: Report from the Legal Counsel John Sirman
A. Discussion: Closed Session as authorized by Texas Government Code Section 551.071 for the purpose of consultation with legal counsel concerning:
pending litigation, including Citizens Against The Bar, Jamar Osborne, and Mikal Osborne v. Travis County, Julia E. Vaughn, and Buck Files (1:13-cv-00528-LY, U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas) and John V. McShane v. Mary L. Greiner (DC-13-07712, 298th District Court of Dallas); and
contemplated litigation involving a State Bar of Texas employee

B. End of Closed Session/Return to Open Session

22. Adjournment

If during the course of the meeting covered by this notice the board should determine that a closed or executive session of the board should be held or is required in relation to an item noticed in this meeting notice, then such closed or executive meeting or session as authorized by the Open Meetings Act 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 this notice as the board may conveniently meet in such closed or executive meeting or session concerning any and all subjects and for any and all purposes permitted by Sections 551.071-551.084 of the Open Meetings Act, including, but not limited to:
Section 551.071 For the purpose of a private consultation with the board s attorney on any or all subjects or matters authorized by law.
Section 551.072 For the purpose of deliberating the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property.
Section 551.074 For the purpose of deliberating the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer or employee; or to hear a complaint or charge against an officer or employee.
The board reserves the right to change the order of items on the agenda. Agenda items may be taken out of sequence to accommodate persons appearing before the board and/or to aid in the effectiveness of the meeting.
Should any final action, final decision, or final vote be required in the opinion of the board with regard to any matter considered in such closed or executive meeting or session, then such final action, final decision, or final vote shall be at either:
a. the open meeting covered by this notice upon the reconvening of this public meeting, or
b. at a subsequent public meeting of the board upon notice thereof, as the board shall determine.

[* Comments from the public may be taken throughout the Board meeting.]

Consent Agenda
Board of Directors
April 25, 2014


C1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

(Minutes Tab) a. Approval of minutes of Board meetings conducted on January 24, 2014

b. Ratification of actions taken at the following Executive Committee meetings:

1) April 3, 2014: Approved minutes of the January 9, 2014 Executive Committee meeting


C2. ITEMS FROM THE PRESIDENT:

Approval of appointments to the following entities:

a. 2014-2015 Special Committee to Nominate ABA Delegates:

Buck Files, Chair (Tyler)
Kim Askew (Dallas) Kelly Ann Clarke (Galveston)
Rhonda Hunter (Dallas)
Jay Ray (McKinney)
Jennifer Rymell (Fort Worth)
Eduardo Roberto Rodriguez (Brownsville)
Chris Rogers (Dallas) Laura Sharp (Austin)

b. Commission for Lawyer Discipline:
1) for term effective September 1, 2014 through August 31, 2015:

Chair: Guy Harrison (Longview)
Vice Chair: John Neal (Austin)

2) for three-year terms effective September 1, 2014 through August 31, 2017:

Theresa Chang (Houston)
Noelle Reed (Houston)

c. Law Focused Education, Inc., for two-year terms effective June 1, 2014 through May 31, 2016:

Hector Beltran (El Paso)
Wendy Humphrey (Lubbock)
Cindy Johnson (Fort Worth)

d. Texas Center for Legal Ethics, for three year terms effective June 1, 2014 through May 31, 2017:

Jesse Cantu (Mission)
Lamont Jefferson (San Antonio)
Miguel Torres (El Paso)

e. Texas Legal Protection Plan, for three year terms effective June 1, 2014 through May 31, 2017:

Robert Avera (Austin)
Stuart Smith (Midland)
John Hatchel (Woodway)

f. 2014 Annual Meeting Resolutions Committee:

Frank Stevenson, Chair (Dallas)
Cameron Cox, Vice-chair (Flower Mound)
Janna Clarke, Secretary (Fort Worth)
Pablo Almaguer, Parliamentarian (Edinburg)
Jo Ann Merica, Alternate (Austin)
David Whittlesey, Alternate (Austin)


C3. ITEMS FROM THE PRESIDENT-ELECT:

(Handout) a. Approval of State Bar Committees, Chairs, Co-Chairs, Vice Chairs, Co- Vice Chairs, and members to serve during the year 2014-15 per State Bar Rules, Art. VIII, Section 1B

b. Texas Bar Foundation Board of Trustees, for three year term effective June 1, 2014 through May 31, 2017:

Public Member:
Melinda Wycoff (Kemah)


C4. ITEMS FROM COMMITTEES AND SECTIONS/DIVISIONS:

(Yellow Tab A) a. Approval of request by the Bankruptcy Law Section to amend its bylaws

(Yellow Tab B) b. Approval of request by the Hispanic Issues Section to amend its bylaws


C5. OTHER ITEMS

(Yellow Tab C) a. Approval of recipients for the pro bono awards to be presented at the Annual Meeting:

1) Pro Bono Award: Houston Volunteer Lawyers, A Service of the Houston Bar Association
2) Frank J. Scurlock Award: Pete Schenkkan, Graves Dougherty Hearon & Moody
3) The J. Chrys Dougherty Legal Services Award: Andrea Marsh, Texas Fair Defense Project
4) W. Frank Newton Award: Baylor University School of Law
5) Pro Bono Coordinator Award: Shauna Wright, Kelly Hart & Hallman LLP
6) Judge Merrill Hartman Pro Bono Judge Award: Chief Justice Kem Thompson Frost
7) Warren Burnett Award: Harris County Public Defender s Office
8) Michael K. Moore Award for Excellence in Research or Writing in the Area of Indigent Criminal Defense: Andrea Marsh

(Handout) b. Approval of resolutions honoring:

1) Hon. John B. Board
2) Mark Logsdon




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Agency Name: Coastal Bend Council of Governments
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 2:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2910 Leopard Street
City Location: Corpus Christi
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002852
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: John P. Buckner Executive Director P.O. Box 9909 Corpus Christi, Texas 78469 361-883-5743 john@cbcog98.org
Agenda:
1. Call to Order
2. Approval of Minutes (03/28/2014)
3. Treasurer's Report
4. Items Requiring Action by Council of Governments
A. Chairman's Report
B. Executive Director's Report
C. Homeland Security Advisory Committee Report
D. Public Protection Committee Report
E. Emergency Communications Advisory Committee Report
F. Council on Aging Report
5. Announcements and Non-Action Items
6. Approval of Treasurer's Report
7. Adjourn

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Agency Name: Education Service Center, Region 16
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Board of Directors
Status: Active
Street Location: 5800 Bell Street
City Location: Amarillo
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002902
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: John Bass, Executive Director 806-677-5010
Agenda:
Agenda of Regular Meeting

The Board of Trustees
Region 16 Education Service Center



A Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of Region 16 Education Service Center will be held April 25, 2014, beginning at 12:30 PM in the Region 16 Education Service Center Board Room.


The subjects to be discussed or considered or upon which any formal action may be taken are as listed below. Items do not have to be taken in the order shown on this meeting notice.

Unless removed from the consent agenda, items identified within the consent agenda will be acted on at one time.


1. CALL TO ORDER
2. RECORD OF ATTENDANCE (Information)
3. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF MINUTES (Action)
4. REGION 16 ESC PROGRAMS AND SERVICES REPORT (Information)
A. School Services
B. Direct Services
C. Internal Operations
5. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF BOARD RESOLUTION DESIGNATING INVESTMENT OFFICERS (Action)
6. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF FINANCIAL MATTERS (Action)
A. Financial Reports
B. Investment Report
7. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF BUDGET AMENDMENTS AND SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS FOR 2013-2014 (Action and Information)
A. Proposed Budget Amendments for 2013-14 (Action)
B. New and Amended Special Revenue Funds for 2013-2014 (Information)
8. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF PROPOSAL ITEMS (Action)
9. REVIEW AND CONSIDER SELECTION OF AUDITOR (Action)
10. REVIEW AND CONSIDER APPROVAL OF DONATIONS (Action)
11. CANVASS RETURNS OF ESC BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTION AND APPROVE RESULTS (Action)
12. PERSONNEL ACTIONS (Information)
A. Employment, Resignations, Reassignments, and Retirements
B. Staffing Pattern Report
13. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR S REPORT (Information)
A. Superintendent Update
B. Legislative Update
C. TASA/TASB Convention September 26-28, 2014 Dallas Convention Center
D. TAESC Conference November 7-9, 2014 League City, Texas
E. Communications and Correspondence
F. Next Regular Board Meeting ~ Friday, June 27, 2014
14. ADJOURN


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Agency Name: Heart of Texas Region MHMR Center
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:45:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 110 South 12th Street
City Location: Waco
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002870
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
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. Approval of the Minutes for March 27, 2014
4. Oath of Office/Dennis Wilson
5. Executive Director's Report
A. Consideration of RFP for Virtual Server Cluster Environment (VSCE) Action
B. Consideration for MTM Services/Texas Council/Contract for Utilization Review Coding for Billing Action
C. Consideration of IDD Local Plan Action
D. FY14 Second Quarter Workload Measures Report
6. Acknowledgement of FY14 Second Quarter PNAC Report Action
7. Texas Council Board of Directors Meeting Report
8. Closed meeting in compliance with V.T.C.A. Government Code §551.072 and §551.074
9. Financial Statement
A. Financial Statement
B. Investment Report
10. Personnel Actions
11. Adjournment


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Agency Name: Pecan Valley MHMR Region
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 2101 W Pearl Street
City Location: Granbury
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002820
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Coke Beatty, Executive Director, coke@pecnavalley.org or 817-579-4401
Agenda:
1. Approve Minutes of the March 28, 2014 Meeting Elizabeth Lawrence
________________________________________

2. Mental Health Program Review Donna Gilmore
________________________________________

3. Intellectual Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Program Review Donna Gilmore
a) Certification for Pecan Valley MHMR Region Home and
Community-based Services Program
________________________________________

4. Planning and Network Advisory Committees (PNAC) Ruben DeHoyos
a. Regional MH PNAC Report
b. Local IDD PNAC Report
________________________________________

5. Approve March 2014 Financial Statements Ricky Peninger
________________________________________

6. Approve Memorandum of Understanding With Somervell County Coke Beatty
For Building Use at 301 Bo Gibbs Blvd., Glen Rose
________________________________________

7. Update on 1115 Transformation Waiver Coke Beatty
________________________________________

8. Comments from Board Chair Elizabeth Lawrence
a. Report from the Texas Council of Community Centers Board
Of Directors Meeting April 4 ¡V 5, 2014 in Austin
________________________________________

9. Comments from Executive Director Coke Beatty
________________________________________

æ Any item on the agenda could require board action. Items may not be taken in the order they appear on the agenda.


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Agency Name: Coastal Bend Workforce Development Board
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 12:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Chief Elected Officials Council
Status: Active
Street Location: 1000 Terry Shamsie Boulevard
City Location: Robstown
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002793
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: jenney.friesenhahn@workforcesolutionscb.org
Agenda:
AGENDA

I. Call to Order: Judge L. Arnoldo Saenz

II. Roll Call

III. Announcement on Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest
Any Conflicts of Interest or Appearance of a Conflict of Interest with items on this agenda shall be declared at this time. Members with conflicts will refrain from voting, and are asked to refrain from discussion on such items. Conflicts discovered later in the meeting shall be disclosed at that time. Note: Information on open meetings is included at the end of this agenda.

IV. Public Comments

V. Discussion and Possible Action on Minutes of August 23, 2013 CEO Council Meeting

VI. Chairman s Report: Gloria D. Perez
1. Update on Board Member Appointments
2. Board and Committee Attendance Records

VII. President/CEO s Report: Ken Trevino
1. Organizational Update

VIII. Information Only:
1. Financial Dashboard: Louis Tatum
2. Update on Future Procurements and Contract Renewals: Robert Ramirez
3. Performance Overview Dashboard: Amy Villarreal

IX. Adjournment


Note: Except for expressly authorized closed sessions, meetings, discussions, and deliberations of the Board or Committees will be open to the public. Voting in all cases will be open to the public. Board members are advised that using personal communication devices to discuss Committee and Board business during the meeting may be a violation of the Texas Open Meetings Act. Such communications also may be subject to the Texas Public Information Act.

Closed Session Notice. PUBLIC NOTICE is given that the CEO Council may elect to go into executive session at any time during the meeting in order to discuss matters listed on the agenda, when authorized by the provisions of the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. In the event the Council elects to go into executive session regarding an agenda item, the section or sections of the Open Meetings Act authorizing the executive session will be publicly announced by the presiding officer.


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Agency Name: Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 3:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Finance and Information Technology
Status: Active
Street Location: 210 East Stacy Road
City Location: Allen
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002856
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Allan J. Romer (512) 491-2300 aromer@tmlirp.org
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING

TML Intergovernmental Risk Pool Board of Trustees
Finance and Information Technology Committee

Courtyard Marriott Watters A
210 East Stacy Road
Allen, TX 75002
April 25 (3:30 PM), 2014

AGENDA

1. Roll call and excused absences (Tab 1)

2. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 Board Planning Session in San Marcos (Tab 2)

3. Consideration of minutes of January 24-25, 2014 meetings in San Marcos (Tab 3)

4. Consideration of Setting Target Equity Funding Levels and Adopting a Target Equity Distribution Policy (Tab 4)

5. Finance and Information Technology Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 5)

b. Review of the February 28, 2014 (5-month) Financial Statements (Tab 6)

c. Report of Standard & Poors Rating (Tab 7)

d. Consideration of Equity Returns for distribution in 2014-15 (Tab 8)

e. Review of the February 28, 2014 (5-month) Investment Report (Tab 9)

f. Consideration of Extending Manulife Asset Management Contract for two years (Tab 10)

g. Consideration of Adoption of Conceptual IT Roadmap and Project Execution Framework (Tab 11)

h. Guidewire Claim Center Implementation Update (Tab 12)

i. Information Technology report on status of hardware and software updates to the computer systems (Tab 13)*

6. Underwriting and Claims Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 14)

b. Property Reinsurance Recommendations for May 1, 2014 to May 1, 2015, and Property Rate Recommendation for 2014-15 (Tab 15)

c. Workers Compensation Rate Recommendations for 2014-15 (Tab 16)

d. Liability Rate Recommendations for 2014-2015 (Tab 17)

e. Consideration of changes to the Liability and Property Coverage Documents regarding coverage for contractual indemnification, certain permissive users of automobiles, automobile physical damage coverage, and cosmetic damage to roofs. (Tab 18)

f. Consideration of Equity Returns for distribution in 2014-15 (Tab 8) (Finance to report)

g. Consideration of New Proposals, Rerates and Administrative Procedures for Members Requesting Excess Workers Compensation Coverage (Tab 19)

h. Guidewire Claim Center Implementation Update (Tab 12) (Finance to report)

i. Significant cases and legal developments impacting the Pool (Tab 20)

j. Liability and Property Report on claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000 and consideration of settlement authority in excess of $500,000 (Tab 21)

k. Workers Compensation Claims Report, including (1) new claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000, (2) fatality claims, (3) presumption claims, (4) catastrophic losses, and (5) update on the Workers Compensation Alliance. (Tab 22)

l. Subrogation Report on subrogation recoveries for the pool (Tab 23)*

m. Underwriting Report on underwriting results and loss ratios, including the Quarterly Report by Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc. regarding revenues received and contract activities (Tab 24)*

n. Loss Prevention Report on member surveys, training, and property valuations conducted (Tab 25)*

7. General Counsel s Report

a. Legislative Update on activities relating to the Texas Legislature since the previous board meeting (Tab 26)

8. Comments by ex officio Members from and to TML and Employee Benefits Boards

9. Executive Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 27)

b. Consideration of Adoption of January 24, 2014 Planning Session Report (Tab 28)

c. Consideration of Bylaws Changes (Tab 29)

d. Renewal of Harlingen Office Lease (Tab 30)

e. Consideration of revisions to the list of approved defense attorneys (Tab 31)

f. Status of lawsuits in which the Pool is a Party (Tab A)

g. Personnel Report identifying employment changes (Tab B)*

h. Executive Department Report (Tab C)*

10. Meeting Schedule and Board Continuing Education (Tab D)

a. Select a location for the April 22-23, 2016 Meeting

Next Board Meeting: July 18-19, 2014
Embassy Suites Riverwalk
San Antonio, TX

11. Adjournment

*Reports that will not be verbally presented to the Board unless there are questions or a specific need to address an item within the report.

All meetings of the Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool are open to the public. However, the Pool reserves the right to recess into Executive Session on any matter set forth on this agenda which qualifies for a closed meeting under Texas Government Ann. Sections 551.071 to 551.076.




Carol A. Loughlin
Executive Director


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Agency Name: Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 3:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Underwriting and Claims
Status: Active
Street Location: 210 East Stacy Road
City Location: Allen
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002857
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Allan J. Romer (512) 491-2300 aromer@tmlirp.org
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING

TML Intergovernmental Risk Pool Board of Trustees
Underwriting and Claims Committee

Courtyard Marriott Watters B/C
210 East Stacy Road
Allen, TX 75002
April 25 (3:30 PM), 2014

AGENDA

1. Roll call and excused absences (Tab 1)

2. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 Board Planning Session in San Marcos (Tab 2)

3. Consideration of minutes of January 24-25, 2014 meetings in San Marcos (Tab 3)

4. Consideration of Setting Target Equity Funding Levels and Adopting a Target Equity Distribution Policy (Tab 4)

5. Finance and Information Technology Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 5)

b. Review of the February 28, 2014 (5-month) Financial Statements (Tab 6)

c. Report of Standard & Poors Rating (Tab 7)

d. Consideration of Equity Returns for distribution in 2014-15 (Tab 8)

e. Review of the February 28, 2014 (5-month) Investment Report (Tab 9)

f. Consideration of Extending Manulife Asset Management Contract for two years (Tab 10)

g. Consideration of Adoption of Conceptual IT Roadmap and Project Execution Framework (Tab 11)

h. Guidewire Claim Center Implementation Update (Tab 12)

i. Information Technology report on status of hardware and software updates to the computer systems (Tab 13)*

6. Underwriting and Claims Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 14)

b. Property Reinsurance Recommendations for May 1, 2014 to May 1, 2015, and Property Rate Recommendation for 2014-15 (Tab 15)

c. Workers Compensation Rate Recommendations for 2014-15 (Tab 16)

d. Liability Rate Recommendations for 2014-2015 (Tab 17)

e. Consideration of changes to the Liability and Property Coverage Documents regarding coverage for contractual indemnification, certain permissive users of automobiles, automobile physical damage coverage, and cosmetic damage to roofs. (Tab 18)

f. Consideration of Equity Returns for distribution in 2014-15 (Tab 8) (Finance to report)

g. Consideration of New Proposals, Rerates and Administrative Procedures for Members Requesting Excess Workers Compensation Coverage (Tab 19)

h. Guidewire Claim Center Implementation Update (Tab 12) (Finance to report)

i. Significant cases and legal developments impacting the Pool (Tab 20)

j. Liability and Property Report on claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000 and consideration of settlement authority in excess of $500,000 (Tab 21)

k. Workers Compensation Claims Report, including (1) new claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000, (2) fatality claims, (3) presumption claims, (4) catastrophic losses, and (5) update on the Workers Compensation Alliance. (Tab 22)

l. Subrogation Report on subrogation recoveries for the pool (Tab 23)*

m. Underwriting Report on underwriting results and loss ratios, including the Quarterly Report by Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc. regarding revenues received and contract activities (Tab 24)*

n. Loss Prevention Report on member surveys, training, and property valuations conducted (Tab 25)*

7. General Counsel s Report

a. Legislative Update on activities relating to the Texas Legislature since the previous board meeting (Tab 26)

8. Comments by ex officio Members from and to TML and Employee Benefits Boards

9. Executive Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 27)

b. Consideration of Adoption of January 24, 2014 Planning Session Report (Tab 28)

c. Consideration of Bylaws Changes (Tab 29)

d. Renewal of Harlingen Office Lease (Tab 30)

e. Consideration of revisions to the list of approved defense attorneys (Tab 31)

f. Status of lawsuits in which the Pool is a Party (Tab A)

g. Personnel Report identifying employment changes (Tab B)*

h. Executive Department Report (Tab C)*

10. Meeting Schedule and Board Continuing Education (Tab D)

a. Select a location for the April 22-23, 2016 Meeting

Next Board Meeting: July 18-19, 2014
Embassy Suites Riverwalk
San Antonio, TX

11. Adjournment

*Reports that will not be verbally presented to the Board unless there are questions or a specific need to address an item within the report.

All meetings of the Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool are open to the public. However, the Pool reserves the right to recess into Executive Session on any matter set forth on this agenda which qualifies for a closed meeting under Texas Government Ann. Sections 551.071 to 551.076.




Carol A. Loughlin
Executive Director


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Agency Name: Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 3:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Executive
Status: Active
Street Location: 210 East Stacy Road
City Location: Allen
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002859
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Allan J. Romer (512) 491-2300 aromer@tmlirp.org
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING

TML Intergovernmental Risk Pool Board of Trustees
Executive Committee

Courtyard Marriott Cotton F
210 East Stacy Road
Allen, TX 75002
April 25 (3:30 PM), 2014

AGENDA

1. Roll call and excused absences (Tab 1)

2. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 Board Planning Session in San Marcos (Tab 2)

3. Consideration of minutes of January 24-25, 2014 meetings in San Marcos (Tab 3)

4. Consideration of Setting Target Equity Funding Levels and Adopting a Target Equity Distribution Policy (Tab 4)

5. Finance and Information Technology Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 5)

b. Review of the February 28, 2014 (5-month) Financial Statements (Tab 6)

c. Report of Standard & Poors Rating (Tab 7)

d. Consideration of Equity Returns for distribution in 2014-15 (Tab 8)

e. Review of the February 28, 2014 (5-month) Investment Report (Tab 9)

f. Consideration of Extending Manulife Asset Management Contract for two years (Tab 10)

g. Consideration of Adoption of Conceptual IT Roadmap and Project Execution Framework (Tab 11)

h. Guidewire Claim Center Implementation Update (Tab 12)

i. Information Technology report on status of hardware and software updates to the computer systems (Tab 13)*

6. Underwriting and Claims Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 14)

b. Property Reinsurance Recommendations for May 1, 2014 to May 1, 2015, and Property Rate Recommendation for 2014-15 (Tab 15)

c. Workers Compensation Rate Recommendations for 2014-15 (Tab 16)

d. Liability Rate Recommendations for 2014-2015 (Tab 17)

e. Consideration of changes to the Liability and Property Coverage Documents regarding coverage for contractual indemnification, certain permissive users of automobiles, automobile physical damage coverage, and cosmetic damage to roofs. (Tab 18)

f. Consideration of Equity Returns for distribution in 2014-15 (Tab 8) (Finance to report)

g. Consideration of New Proposals, Rerates and Administrative Procedures for Members Requesting Excess Workers Compensation Coverage (Tab 19)

h. Guidewire Claim Center Implementation Update (Tab 12) (Finance to report)

i. Significant cases and legal developments impacting the Pool (Tab 20)

j. Liability and Property Report on claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000 and consideration of settlement authority in excess of $500,000 (Tab 21)

k. Workers Compensation Claims Report, including (1) new claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000, (2) fatality claims, (3) presumption claims, (4) catastrophic losses, and (5) update on the Workers Compensation Alliance. (Tab 22)

l. Subrogation Report on subrogation recoveries for the pool (Tab 23)*

m. Underwriting Report on underwriting results and loss ratios, including the Quarterly Report by Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc. regarding revenues received and contract activities (Tab 24)*

n. Loss Prevention Report on member surveys, training, and property valuations conducted (Tab 25)*

7. General Counsel s Report

a. Legislative Update on activities relating to the Texas Legislature since the previous board meeting (Tab 26)

8. Comments by ex officio Members from and to TML and Employee Benefits Boards

9. Executive Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 27)

b. Consideration of Adoption of January 24, 2014 Planning Session Report (Tab 28)

c. Consideration of Bylaws Changes (Tab 29)

d. Renewal of Harlingen Office Lease (Tab 30)

e. Consideration of revisions to the list of approved defense attorneys (Tab 31)

f. Status of lawsuits in which the Pool is a Party (Tab A)

g. Personnel Report identifying employment changes (Tab B)*

h. Executive Department Report (Tab C)*

10. Meeting Schedule and Board Continuing Education (Tab D)

a. Select a location for the April 22-23, 2016 Meeting

Next Board Meeting: July 18-19, 2014
Embassy Suites Riverwalk
San Antonio, TX

11. Adjournment

*Reports that will not be verbally presented to the Board unless there are questions or a specific need to address an item within the report.

All meetings of the Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool are open to the public. However, the Pool reserves the right to recess into Executive Session on any matter set forth on this agenda which qualifies for a closed meeting under Texas Government Ann. Sections 551.071 to 551.076.




Carol A. Loughlin
Executive Director


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Agency Name: Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 3:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 210 East Stacy Road
City Location: Allen
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002854
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Allan J. Romer (512) 491-2300 aromer@tmlirp.org
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING

TML Intergovernmental Risk Pool Board of Trustees

Courtyard Marriott Watters B/C
210 East Stacy Road
Allen, TX 75002
April 25 (3:00 PM) & 26 (7:30 AM), 2014

AGENDA

1. Roll call and excused absences (Tab 1)

2. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 Board Planning Session in San Marcos (Tab 2)

3. Consideration of minutes of January 24-25, 2014 meetings in San Marcos (Tab 3)

4. Consideration of Setting Target Equity Funding Levels and Adopting a Target Equity Distribution Policy (Tab 4)

5. Finance and Information Technology Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 5)

b. Review of the February 28, 2014 (5-month) Financial Statements (Tab 6)

c. Report of Standard & Poors Rating (Tab 7)

d. Consideration of Equity Returns for distribution in 2014-15 (Tab 8)

e. Review of the February 28, 2014 (5-month) Investment Report (Tab 9)

f. Consideration of Extending Manulife Asset Management Contract for two years (Tab 10)

g. Consideration of Adoption of Conceptual IT Roadmap and Project Execution Framework (Tab 11)

h. Guidewire Claim Center Implementation Update (Tab 12)

i. Information Technology report on status of hardware and software updates to the computer systems (Tab 13)*

6. Underwriting and Claims Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 14)

b. Property Reinsurance Recommendations for May 1, 2014 to May 1, 2015, and Property Rate Recommendation for 2014-15 (Tab 15)

c. Workers Compensation Rate Recommendations for 2014-15 (Tab 16)

d. Liability Rate Recommendations for 2014-2015 (Tab 17)

e. Consideration of changes to the Liability and Property Coverage Documents regarding coverage for contractual indemnification, certain permissive users of automobiles, automobile physical damage coverage, and cosmetic damage to roofs. (Tab 18)

f. Consideration of Equity Returns for distribution in 2014-15 (Tab 8) (Finance to report)

g. Consideration of New Proposals, Rerates and Administrative Procedures for Members Requesting Excess Workers Compensation Coverage (Tab 19)

h. Guidewire Claim Center Implementation Update (Tab 12) (Finance to report)

i. Significant cases and legal developments impacting the Pool (Tab 20)

j. Liability and Property Report on claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000 and consideration of settlement authority in excess of $500,000 (Tab 21)

k. Workers Compensation Claims Report, including (1) new claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000, (2) fatality claims, (3) presumption claims, (4) catastrophic losses, and (5) update on the Workers Compensation Alliance. (Tab 22)

l. Subrogation Report on subrogation recoveries for the pool (Tab 23)*

m. Underwriting Report on underwriting results and loss ratios, including the Quarterly Report by Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc. regarding revenues received and contract activities (Tab 24)*

n. Loss Prevention Report on member surveys, training, and property valuations conducted (Tab 25)*

7. General Counsel s Report

a. Legislative Update on activities relating to the Texas Legislature since the previous board meeting (Tab 26)

8. Comments by ex officio Members from and to TML and Employee Benefits Boards

9. Executive Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 27)

b. Consideration of Adoption of January 24, 2014 Planning Session Report (Tab 28)

c. Consideration of Bylaws Changes (Tab 29)

d. Renewal of Harlingen Office Lease (Tab 30)

e. Consideration of revisions to the list of approved defense attorneys (Tab 31)

f. Status of lawsuits in which the Pool is a Party (Tab A)

g. Personnel Report identifying employment changes (Tab B)*

h. Executive Department Report (Tab C)*

10. Meeting Schedule and Board Continuing Education (Tab D)

a. Select a location for the April 22-23, 2016 Meeting

Next Board Meeting: July 18-19, 2014
Embassy Suites Riverwalk
San Antonio, TX

11. Adjournment

*Reports that will not be verbally presented to the Board unless there are questions or a specific need to address an item within the report.

All meetings of the Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool are open to the public. However, the Pool reserves the right to recess into Executive Session on any matter set forth on this agenda which qualifies for a closed meeting under Texas Government Ann. Sections 551.071 to 551.076.




Carol A. Loughlin
Executive Director


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Agency Name: Texas Grain Producer Indemnity Board
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Texas Corn Producers Board Office, 4205 N. Interstate 27
City Location: Lubbock, Texas
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002723
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Angie Martin, 4205 N. Interstate 27; Lubbock, Texas 79043; (806) 763-2676
Agenda:
AGENDA: Open meeting to be held by conference call in accordance with Tex. Agric. Code, Sec. 41.205. The location of the conference call will be at the above address, at the date and time provided above. Each part of the telephone conference call will be made available to the public at the location specified above.

I. Call to Order
II. Approval and Action on Minutes from January 27, 2014
III. Discussion and Action Items:
a. Board Appointments
b. Financials and Budget Review
c. Reinsurance
IV. Call for Public Comments
V. Discussion of Other Business Acknowledgement and Placement on the Agenda for the Next Meeting
VI. Discussion and Possible Action on the Next and Future Meeting Dates
VII. Adjourn
CERTIFICATION
I certify that I have reviewed this notice and that it conforms to all applicable Texas Register filing requirements.

Dolores Alvarado Hibbs
General Counsel, Texas Department of Agriculture
Agency Liaison and Certifying Official


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Agency Name: Unclaimed Mineral Proceeds Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 1100 Congress Avenue, Texas State Capitol Building, Room E1.030
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002663
Submit Date: 04/11/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Unclaimed Mineral Proceeds Commission; (512-463-8143)
Agenda:
1. Call to order and roll call: Lance K. Bruun, Presiding Officer

2. Approval of Minutes for February 28, 2014 meeting

3. Discussion of Commission rules

4. Invited testimony:
1) Overview of unclaimed property funds and the state appropriations process - Philip Ashley, Fiscal Management Division, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

2) Overview of the Texas Unclaimed Property Database and reporting requirements - Bryant Clayton and Frances Torres, Unclaimed Property Division - Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

3) Overview of Texas Railroad Commission s records and data - Colin Lineberry, Texas Railroad Commission

4) Oil and Gas Industry representative on reporting unclaimed property

5) Don Tomlinson

6) John Falcon

5. Report by Messrs. Burton, Ramos and Rangel concerning legal issues relating to ownership of minerals

6. Discussion of Ms. Fowler s response to Mr. Bruun s request from the February 28, 2014 hearing

7. Discussion of Judge David Peeples draft order

8. Discussion of White Paper received from George Farias

9. Discussion of future Commission meetings: Lance K. Bruun, Presiding Officer

10. Adjourn: Lance K. Bruun, Presiding Officer

EXECUTIVE SESSIONS
The Commission reserves the right to conduct a closed meeting to discuss any posted agenda items as authorized by law, such as to receive legal advice concerning the agenda item as permitted by Section 551.071 of the Open Meetings Act, codified as Chapter 551 of the Government Code. The Commission may also meet in open session to take action on a matter considered in the closed meeting as required by Section 551.102 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Government Code.

SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS
Individuals who may require auxiliary aids or services for this meeting should call 512-463-8143 at least two days before the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

The hearing will be broadcast live at http://www.house.state.tx.us/video-audio/.



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Agency Name: Unclaimed Mineral Proceeds Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/25/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1100 Congress Avenue, Texas State Capitol Building, Room E1.030
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002665
Submit Date: 04/11/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Unclaimed Mineral Proceeds Commission; (512-463-8143)
Agenda:
The Commission will convene to hear invited testimony

1. Call to order and roll call: Lance K. Bruun, Presiding Officer

2. Approval of Minutes for February 28, 2014 meeting

3. Discussion of Commission rules

4. Invited testimony:
1) Overview of unclaimed property funds and the state appropriations process - Philip Ashley, Fiscal Management Division, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

2) Overview of the Texas Unclaimed Property Database and reporting requirements - Bryant Clayton and Frances Torres, Unclaimed Property Division - Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

3) Overview of Texas Railroad Commission's records and data - Colin Lineberry, Texas Railroad Commission

4) Oil and Gas Industry representative on reporting unclaimed property

5) Don Tomlinson

6) John Falcon

5. Report by Messrs. Burton, Ramos and Rangel concerning legal issues relating to ownership of minerals

6. Discussion of Ms. Fowler's response to Mr. Bruun's request from the February 28, 2014 hearing

7. Discussion of Judge David Peeples draft order

8. Discussion of "White Paper" received from George Farias

9. Discussion of future Commission meetings: Lance K. Bruun, Presiding Officer

10. Adjourn: Lance K. Bruun, Presiding Officer

EXECUTIVE SESSIONS
The Commission reserves the right to conduct a closed meeting to discuss any posted agenda items as authorized by law, such as to receive legal advice concerning the agenda item as permitted by Section 551.071 of the Open Meetings Act, codified as Chapter 551 of the Government Code. The Commission may also meet in open session to take action on a matter considered in the closed meeting as required by Section 551.102 of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Government Code.

SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS
Individuals who may require auxiliary aids or services for this meeting should call 512-463-8143 at least two days before the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

The hearing will be broadcast live at http://www.house.state.tx.us/video-audio/.



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Agency Name: Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool
Date of Meeting: 04/26/2014
Time of Meeting: 7:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 210 East Stacy Road
City Location: Allen
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002860
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Allan J. Romer (512) 491-2300 aromer@tmlirp.org
Agenda:
NOTICE OF MEETING

TML Intergovernmental Risk Pool Board of Trustees

Courtyard Marriott Watters B/C
210 East Stacy Road
Allen, TX 75002
April 25 (3:00 PM) & 26 (7:30 AM), 2014

AGENDA

1. Roll call and excused absences (Tab 1)

2. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 Board Planning Session in San Marcos (Tab 2)

3. Consideration of minutes of January 24-25, 2014 meetings in San Marcos (Tab 3)

4. Consideration of Setting Target Equity Funding Levels and Adopting a Target Equity Distribution Policy (Tab 4)

5. Finance and Information Technology Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 5)

b. Review of the February 28, 2014 (5-month) Financial Statements (Tab 6)

c. Report of Standard & Poors Rating (Tab 7)

d. Consideration of Equity Returns for distribution in 2014-15 (Tab 8)

e. Review of the February 28, 2014 (5-month) Investment Report (Tab 9)

f. Consideration of Extending Manulife Asset Management Contract for two years (Tab 10)

g. Consideration of Adoption of Conceptual IT Roadmap and Project Execution Framework (Tab 11)

h. Guidewire Claim Center Implementation Update (Tab 12)

i. Information Technology report on status of hardware and software updates to the computer systems (Tab 13)*

6. Underwriting and Claims Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 14)

b. Property Reinsurance Recommendations for May 1, 2014 to May 1, 2015, and Property Rate Recommendation for 2014-15 (Tab 15)

c. Workers Compensation Rate Recommendations for 2014-15 (Tab 16)

d. Liability Rate Recommendations for 2014-2015 (Tab 17)

e. Consideration of changes to the Liability and Property Coverage Documents regarding coverage for contractual indemnification, certain permissive users of automobiles, automobile physical damage coverage, and cosmetic damage to roofs. (Tab 18)

f. Consideration of Equity Returns for distribution in 2014-15 (Tab 8) (Finance to report)

g. Consideration of New Proposals, Rerates and Administrative Procedures for Members Requesting Excess Workers Compensation Coverage (Tab 19)

h. Guidewire Claim Center Implementation Update (Tab 12) (Finance to report)

i. Significant cases and legal developments impacting the Pool (Tab 20)

j. Liability and Property Report on claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000 and consideration of settlement authority in excess of $500,000 (Tab 21)

k. Workers Compensation Claims Report, including (1) new claims that have reserves exceeding $150,000, (2) fatality claims, (3) presumption claims, (4) catastrophic losses, and (5) update on the Workers Compensation Alliance. (Tab 22)

l. Subrogation Report on subrogation recoveries for the pool (Tab 23)*

m. Underwriting Report on underwriting results and loss ratios, including the Quarterly Report by Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, Inc. regarding revenues received and contract activities (Tab 24)*

n. Loss Prevention Report on member surveys, training, and property valuations conducted (Tab 25)*

7. General Counsel s Report

a. Legislative Update on activities relating to the Texas Legislature since the previous board meeting (Tab 26)

8. Comments by ex officio Members from and to TML and Employee Benefits Boards

9. Executive Committee

a. Consideration of minutes of January 24, 2014 committee meeting (Tab 27)

b. Consideration of Adoption of January 24, 2014 Planning Session Report (Tab 28)

c. Consideration of Bylaws Changes (Tab 29)

d. Renewal of Harlingen Office Lease (Tab 30)

e. Consideration of revisions to the list of approved defense attorneys (Tab 31)

f. Status of lawsuits in which the Pool is a Party (Tab A)

g. Personnel Report identifying employment changes (Tab B)*

h. Executive Department Report (Tab C)*

10. Meeting Schedule and Board Continuing Education (Tab D)

a. Select a location for the April 22-23, 2016 Meeting

Next Board Meeting: July 18-19, 2014
Embassy Suites Riverwalk
San Antonio, TX

11. Adjournment

*Reports that will not be verbally presented to the Board unless there are questions or a specific need to address an item within the report.

All meetings of the Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool are open to the public. However, the Pool reserves the right to recess into Executive Session on any matter set forth on this agenda which qualifies for a closed meeting under Texas Government Ann. Sections 551.071 to 551.076.




Carol A. Loughlin
Executive Director


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Agency Name: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1106 Clayton Lane
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002766
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Tamala Fletcher (512) 475-4765
Agenda:
A G E N D A

If you require auxiliary aids, services or materials in an alternate format contact the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) at least 5 working days prior to the meeting date. Phone: (800) 803-9202, FAX: (512) 475-2874, E-MAIL: tamala.fletcher@tdlr.texas.gov, TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (voice), 1-800-relay-TX (TDD).

Listen to the meeting on Real Audio at - http://real2.tdlr.texas.gov:554/ramgen/broadcast/cos042814.rm?usehostname

A. Call to Order

B. Roll Call and Certification of Quorum

C. Approval of minutes Meetings of November 04, 2013
and February 24, 2014
D. Public Comment

E. Staff Reports
1. Executive Office
a. Legislative Implementation Update
b. Report on Strategic Planning Process
2. Compliance Division
a. Public Outreach
b. Compliance Statistics
c. Personnel Matters
3. Education and Examination Division
a. Examination update and statistics
b. Public Outreach
4. Enforcement Division
a. Enforcement Statistics
b. Selected Case Highlights
5. Field Operations
a. Top Ten Violations
b. Division Projects
c. Personnel Update
d. Inspection Statistics
6. Licensing Division
a. Licensing statistics



F. Work Group Reports and possible appointments:
1. Education and Examination work group reports on transfer of hours between programs; internship on practicum; and instructor practical
2. Health and Safety Work Group report on the Keratin straightening products

G. Discussion and possible recommendation regarding proposed amendments to existing rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 83, §§83.10, 83.22, 83.31, 83.52, 83.53,, 83.71, 83.72, 83.80, 83.100, 83.101, 83.103, 83.109 and 83.120 to implement House Bill 2095, 83rd Legislature, Regular Session (2013) and the Commission s general rulemaking authority to administer the Cosmetology program and review of possible rules comments

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 Department of Licensing and Regulation
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2014
Time of Meeting: 2:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1106 Clayton Lane
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002764
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Tamala Fletcher (512)475-4765
Agenda:
A G E N D A

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: (800) 803-9202, FAX: (512)475-2874, E-MAIL: tamala.fletcher@tdlr.texas.gov, TDD/RELAY TEXAS: 1-800-relay-VV (voice), 1-800-relay-TX (TDD).

Listen to the meeting on Real Audio at - http://real2.tdlr.texas.gov:554/ramgen/broadcast/bar042814.rm?usehostname

A. Call to Order

B. Roll Call, Certification of Quorum and Introductions

C. Approval of minutes Meeting of February 24, 2014

D. Public Comment

E. Staff Reports
1. Executive Office
a. Legislative Implementation Update
b. Report on Strategic Planning Process
2. Compliance Division
a. Public Outreach
b. Compliance Statistics
c. Personnel Matters
3. Education and Examination Division
a. Examination update and statistics
b. Report on Testing Practices
c. Public Outreach
4. Enforcement Division
a. Enforcement Statistics
b. Selected Case Highlights
5. Field Operations
a. Top Ten Violations
b. Division Projects
c. Personnel Update
d. Inspection Statistics
6. Licensing Division
a. Licensing statistics


F. Education and Curriculum work group report and discussion.



G. Discussion and possible recommendation regarding proposed rule amendments and new rules, at 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 82, §§82.10, 82.20 - 82.23, 82.31, 82.70 - 82.72, 82.80 and 82.120 regarding mini-barbershop and mini-dual shop licensing, distance education, hair braiding instructor curriculum, examination and licensing requirements and hair braiding barber school equipment requirements. These rules are proposed to implement House Bill 2095, 83rd Legislature, Regular Session (2013), and the Commission s general rulemaking authority to administer the Barber program and possible public comment

H Recommendations for agenda items for next meeting

I. Discussion of date, time, and location of next Board meeting

J. Adjournment



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Agency Name: Texas Department of Transportation
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Bicycle Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 200 East Riverside Drive, Bldg. 200, Conference Room E
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002569
Submit Date: 04/09/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Texas Department of Transportation Teri Kaplan (512)374-5235
Agenda:
Texas Department of Transportation
Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) Meeting
April 28, 2014 - 10:00 AM
200 East Riverside Drive, Bldg. 200, Conference Room E (RA200E)
Austin, Texas 78704
Teleconference Available for BAC Members


Agenda


1. Convene.

2. Introduction of returning and new committee members, Federal Highway Administration staff, and Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) staff.

3. Approval of BAC meeting summary for February 21, 2014 (action item).

4. Approval of posting BAC 2014 meeting schedule and members' contact information on TxDOT's website (action item).

5. Presentation from Bike Texas on their activities to support and promote the consideration of pedestrian and bicycle accommodations.

6. Discussion of TxDOT's Safe Routes to School safety campaign (action item).

7. Discussion of the Transportation Alternatives Program.

8. Discussion of TxDOT's Statewide Bikeway Map and TxDOT's Statewide Planning Map.

9. Discussion of agenda items for future BAC committee meetings.

10. Adjourn.


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 Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2014
Time of Meeting: 8:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1117 Trinity
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002612
Submit Date: 04/10/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Paul N. Jones, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street, Room 608 Austin, Texas 78778-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:


REVISED

TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION MEETING
The Texas Workforce Commission will conduct a work session beginning at:

8:00 a.m.
Monday, April 28, 2014
Texas Workforce Commission
1117 Trinity Street - Room 304ABT
Austin, Texas 78778-0001


AGENDA

The Commission will discuss, consider and take possible action regarding the drafting and content of the Texas Workforce Commission Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2015-2019. This will include feedback received from Local Workforce Development Boards, local economic development entities, community colleges, Independent School Districts, and other interested entities who participated in a series of regional strategic planning meetings. The Commission may also discuss challenges and opportunities, including ideas for moving the system forward over the next five years.

The work session will be attended by Andres Alcantar, Chairman and Commissioner Representing the Public; Ronald G. Congleton, Commissioner Representing Labor; and Hope Andrade, Commissioner Representing Employers.



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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2014
Time of Meeting: 11:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 4140 Governor's Row
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002741
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Paul N. Jones, General Counsel 101 East 15th Street, Room 608 Austin, Texas 78778-0001 (512) 475-4221
Agenda:


Workforce Forum
April 28 30, 2014
Omni Austin Hotel at Southpark
4140 Governor s Row
Austin, Texas 78744
(512) 448-2222

The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) will attend the TWC Workforce Forum. These workshops have been developed for Board, contractor, and TWC staff, as well as a special audience of public community and technical college staff. The Forum begins at 1:30 p.m., Monday, April 28, and continues through Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at the Omni Austin Hotel at Southpark. In addition, on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, two National Workforce Institute training courses will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and two post-forum meetings will be held from 8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. at the Omni Austin Hotel at Southpark. The following is the agenda for the Forum:

AGENDA

MONDAY, April 28, 2014

11:00 a.m.
Forum Registration

1:30 p.m.
Opening Remarks
Andres Alcantar, Chairman, Commissioner Representing the Public, Texas Workforce Commission
Ronald G. Congleton, Commissioner Representing Labor, Texas Workforce Commission
Larry E. Temple, Executive Director, Texas Workforce Commission
17/2004, 1:00-2:45PM
2:00 p.m.
Keynote Session

From Inspiration to Impact: A True Collaborative Effort
Jim Robin, Data Consultant, Exxon Mobil Corporation
Mike Temple, Director, Workforce Solutions-Gulf Coast Workforce Board

3:15 p.m.
Break

3:30 p.m.
Super Session

TPCO America Corporation A Collaborative Workforce Partnership
J.J. Johnston, Director of Administration, TPCO America Corporation
Ken Trevino, President and Chief Executive Officer, Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend
Claudia Jackson, Executive Director of Strategic Communication and Government Relations, Del Mar College

4:45 p.m.
Adjourn Day One

TUESDAY, April 29, 2014

8:30 a.m.
Breakout Sessions

Child Care Quality: Update on the Texas Rising Star Workgroup and the Two Percent Quality Funding
Sul Ross, Collaborative for Children, Vice President of Programs and Collaboration Development
Shannon D. Richter, Contract Manager, Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area
Philip Warner, Child Care Program Supervisor, Texas Workforce Commission

Boards Sharing Great Ideas - Business Services Unit Round Table
Kimberly Patterson, Business Services Manager, Workforce Solutions of Central Texas
Cathy Ballard, Director of Planning, Workforce Solutions Concho Valley
John Kuznar, Employer Services Manager, Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas
Steven Bridges, Business Solutions Manager, Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas
Veronica Downey, Labor Market and Career Information Department, Texas Workforce Commission
Robert Puls, Business Development Consultant, Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas

National Emergency Grant Accelerate Texas Projects
Cesar Diaz, Coordinator of Special Projects, Department of Workforce Services, Tarrant County College
Daniel Zendejas, Education Industry Liaison, Employer Services Team, Workforce Solutions Gulf Coast
Brenda Harrist, Workforce Programs Unit Director, Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County
Tristyn Davis, Program Manager, School Partnerships, Lone Star College
Martin Sanchez, Advisor, College Preparation Programs, Lone Star College-Conroe Center

Insights into the Eligible Training Provider System
Debbie Carlson, Director, Workforce Program Policy and Services to Dislocated Workers, Texas Workforce Commission
Kwame Thomas, Program Specialist, Eligible Training Providers, Texas Workforce Commission
Richard Perez, Resource Development and Deployment Manager, Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas

Future Measures Part I: Moving Beyond the Common Measures
Adam Leonard, Director, Performance Analysis and Reporting, Texas Workforce Commission

9:45 a.m.
Break

10:00 a.m.
Breakout Sessions

Choices: Best Practices for Performance
Valerie Johns, Supervisor, Workforce Solutions Golden Crescent
Terry Santana, Career Center Manager, C2 Global Professional Services, Inc.
Esmeralda Villarreal, Senior Performance and Program Management Analyst, Workforce Operations, Workforce Solutions Lower Rio Grande Valley
Karla Koontz, Program Manager, Workforce Solutions Panhandle
Ben Lopez, Program Specialist, Workforce Solutions of Central Texas
Loretta Robertson, Program Supervisor, Workforce Program Policy and Services to Dislocated Workers, Texas Workforce Commission

Boards Sharing Great Ideas - Business Services Unit Round Table
Kimberly Patterson, Business Services Manager, Workforce Solutions of Central Texas
Cathy Ballard, Director of Planning, Workforce Solutions Concho Valley
John Kuznar, Employer Services Manager, Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas
Steven Bridges, Business Solutions Manager, Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas
Veronica Downey, Labor Market and Career Information Department, Texas Workforce Commission
Robert Puls, Business Development Consultant, Workforce Solutions of West Central Texas

Effective Dropout Recovery Models and Lessons Learned
Djuna L. Forrester, Dean of Lifelong Learning, Business Management Faculty, North Central Texas College
Elizabeth Johnson, Program Manager, Adult Education, Houston Community College
Thomasine Stewart, Principal/Director, Success Alternative High School/Dropout Prevention and Recovery Program, Round Rock Independent School District
Carolyn Austin, Discretionary Grant Coordinator, Round Rock Independent School District

Apprenticeships: Where Opportunities for Success Begin
Virginia Price, President, Genesis 21
Dennis McEntire, Superintendent, Presidio Independent School District
Mike Waldo, Training Director, El Paso Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee
Dr. Teo Ugalde, Chief Operating Officer, Workforce Solutions Upper Rio Grande

Future Measures Part II: Employment Connection Rate System
Adam Leonard, Director, Performance Analysis and Reporting, Texas Workforce Commission

11:15 a.m.
Lunch (On Your Own)

12:45 p.m.
Breakout Sessions

Choices: Best Practices for Performance
Valerie Johns, Supervisor, Workforce Solutions Golden Crescent
Terry Santana, Career Center Manager, C2 Global Professional Services, Inc.
Esmeralda Villarreal, Senior Performance and Program Management Analyst, Workforce Operations, Workforce Solutions Lower Rio Grande Valley
Karla Koontz, Program Manager, Workforce Solutions Panhandle
Ben Lopez, Program Specialist, Workforce Solutions of Central Texas
Loretta Robertson, Program Supervisor, Workforce Program Policy and Services to Dislocated Workers, Texas Workforce Commission

Workforce Solutions and Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services: Collaborating to Provide Employment Services
Rhonda McGrath, Business Services Manager, Workforce Solutions East Texas
Dennis Kutach, Area Manager, Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services
Jim Camp, Market HR Manager, Wal-Mart
Jose Palacios, Business Services Manager, Workforce Solutions Heart of Texas
Keith Stanford, Area Manager, Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services
Johnathan Mize, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services
Barbara Nwaigbo, Disability Navigator, Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas
Laurie Bouillion Larrea, President, Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas

College Credit for Heroes
Brigitte M. Flynt, Program Director, College Credit for Heroes, Central Texas College
Apurva Naik, Project Manager, College Credit for Heroes, Texas Workforce Commission

Long Term Unemployed
Debbie Carlson, Director, Workforce Program Policy and Services to Dislocated Workers, Texas Workforce Commission
Joel Mullins, Program Specialist, Workforce Program Policy and Services to Dislocated Workers, Texas Workforce Commission
Desi Holmes, Program Specialist, Workforce Program Policy and Services to Dislocated Workers, Texas Workforce Commission

Future Measures Part I: Moving Beyond the Common Measures
Adam Leonard, Director, Performance Analysis and Reporting, Texas Workforce Commission

2:00 p.m.
Break

2:15 p.m.
Breakout Sessions

Innovations in Service Delivery for Youth
Esmeralda Villarreal, Senior Performance and Program Management Analyst, Workforce Operations, Workforce Solutions Lower Rio Grande Valley
Manuela Mercado, Workforce Investment Act Lead, C2 Global Professional Services, Inc.
Vonda Morrison, Program Specialist, Workforce Board Workforce Investment Act, Workforce Solutions Brazos Valley
Eunice Williams, Planner, Workforce Solutions for the Heart of Texas
Imogene Chargois, Director of Operations, Workforce Solutions Southeast Texas
Lois Cornwell, Managing Director, Workforce Solutions Southeast Texas

Rapid Response Best Practices
John Kuznar, Employer Services Manager, Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas
Limous Walker, Rapid Response/TAA Unit Director, Workforce Solutions Tarrant County
Beth Bond, Rapid Response Coordinator, Workforce Solutions North Central Texas
Rene Clayton, Rapid Response Coordinator, Workforce Solutions Heart of Texas
Apurva Naik, Rapid Response Coordinator, Texas Workforce Commission

Skills Development Fund Workforce Board Engagement
Brian Aspell, Vice President of Manufacturing, Champion Cooler
Bob Rhoden, Business Services Manager, Workforce Solutions Texoma
Aaron S. Demerson, Director, Office of Employer Initiatives, Texas Workforce Commission
Dale Robertson, Manager, Office of Employer Initiatives, Texas Workforce Commission

What Does Good Look Like? An Update on Rapid Process Improvement Efforts at Texas Workforce Commission
Alfredo J. Mycue, Director of Business Transformation, Rapid Process Improvement, Texas Workforce Commission

Future Measures Part II: Employment Connection Rate System
Adam Leonard, Director, Performance Analysis and Reporting, Texas Workforce Commission

3:30 p.m.
Adjourn Workforce Forum

WEDNESDAY, April 30, 2014

8:00 a.m.
Rapid Response Coordinator s Meeting

Skills Development Fund Certification

National Workforce Institute Training Course:
Grammar Streamlined for Business Writing

National Workforce Institute Training Course:
Rapid Process Improvement

4:30 p.m.
Conclude Post-Forum Meetings
Conclude Courses



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Agency Name: Texas Workforce Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 1117 Trinity
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002559
Submit Date: 04/09/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Paul N. Jones, 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 conduct a work session beginning at:

9:00 a.m.
Monday, April 28, 2014
Texas Workforce Commission
1117 Trinity Street - Room 304ABT
Austin, Texas 78778-0001


AGENDA

The Commission will discuss, consider and take possible action regarding the drafting and content of the Texas Workforce Commission Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2015-2019. This will include feedback received from Local Workforce Development Boards, local economic development entities, community colleges, Independent School Districts, and other interested entities who participated in a series of regional strategic planning meetings. The Commission may also discuss challenges and opportunities, including ideas for moving the system forward over the next five years.

The work session will be attended by Andres Alcantar, Chairman and Commissioner Representing the Public; Ronald G. Congleton, Commissioner Representing Labor; and Hope Andrade, Commissioner Representing Employers.



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Agency Name: Texas Department of Public Safety
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Prescription Monitoring Workgroup
Status: Active
Street Location: 5805 N. Lamar Blvd., Bldg. A, Director's Conference Room
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002760
Submit Date: 04/16/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Frederica Banker, Executive Assistant, Regulatory Services Division (512) 424-7706. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services are requested to contact Frederica Banker at least two (2) working d
Agenda:
I. Discussion of laws and programs that other states are implementing to prevent pharmaceutical abuse

II. Discussion on the status of the implementation of e-prescribing system

III. Discussion on prescription data sharing with other states

IV. Creation of Sub-Committee working group to work on the Legislative Report

V. Discussion of SB 1643 relating to delegation of authority to prescribe

VI. Closing comments and adjournment


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Agency Name: Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Criss Cole Rehabilitation Center, Auditorium, 4800 North Lamar
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002553
Submit Date: 04/08/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Elizabeth Freaney (512) 424-4160
Agenda:
This is a two-day meeting for April 28 and April 29. Agenda for both days follows:

Monday, April 28, 2014

9:00 AM
Welcome and Introductions of New RCT Council Members, Lori Henning

9:15 AM
Committee Meetings:
Policy, Procedures & Personnel Development Karen Stanfill
Membership & Education Joyce Taylor
Consumer Satisfaction & Needs Assessment Elizabeth Gentry

10:15 AM
Planning and Review Committee, Martha Garber

11:15 AM
Consumer Success Story, Carson Peal

11:30 AM
Lunch

1:00 PM
Public Comment

1:15 PM
DARS Strategic Plan, Octavius Bonacquisti, DARS

1:30 PM
Apprenticeship Program, Desi Holmes, Texas Workforce Commission

2:15 PM
Comprehensive Statewide Needs Assessment Report Process, Dr. Jim Schwab, University of Texas

3:30 PM
RCT Committee Discussions and DARS Assistant Commissioners

Adjourn

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

9:00 AM
Liaison Reports
DARS Council Don Roy
TWIC Joyce Taylor
CAP Karen Stanfill
PRN Rana Anderson
TEA Brent Pitt
SILC Saul Herrera

9:30 AM
Review SRC-VR Partnership Book, Mark Schroeder

10:15 AM
Council Business (Old)
January Minutes Approval
Review January To-Do List
September DBS Meeting

Council Business (New)
Budget Update
DARS-RCT Agreement
Nominations for Council positions (vote in September)

10:45 AM
Adjourn

11:00 AM
Orientation for New Council Members, Joyce Taylor, Chair of Membership and Education

if special accommodations are needed, please contact the RCT Coordinator at: RCT@dars.state.tx.us

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Agency Name: Texas Real Estate Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1700 N. Congress, Room 170
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002882
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Kerri Lewis, General Counsel, Texas Real Estate Commission, P.O. Box 12188, Austin, TX 78711, 512-936-3092, www.trec.texas.gov
Agenda:
CALL TO ORDER
1. Call to order and pledges of allegiance
2. Discussion and possible action to excuse Commissioner absence(s), if any
ELECTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS
3. Broker Responsibility Working Group appointments
STAFF AND COMMITTEE REPORTS
4. Reports by administrator, general counsel, and division directors of monthly activities and statistical data for communications, licensing, education, enforcement, information technology, staff services, recovery trust account and fund activity, and updates on new and ongoing agency activity; questions by commissioners to division directors regarding issues raised by the monthly activities reports; discussion of current topics raised by monthly reports; requests by commissioners for additional information or reports from staff; and introduction of new employees
5. Report by Budget Committee
6. Report by Education Standards Advisory Committee
7. Report by Broker Responsibility Working Group
8. Report by Texas Real Estate Inspector Committee
PUBLIC COMMENTS
9. General comments from visitors on non©\agenda items
EXECUTIVE SESSION
10. Executive session to discuss pending litigation or obtain advice of legal counsel pursuant to Texas Government Code 551.071 and personnel matters pursuant to Texas Government Code 551.074
RECOVERY FUND
11. Discussion and possible action to authorize settlement of recovery fund claims or take other action on
a. RF 14-008 Schroeder v. Fleming
b. RF 13-025 Wheeler v. Dillard
c. RF 14-006 915 SW 36th Street, LLC, et al. v. San Antonio Smith & Associates, Ltd., et al.
RULES FOR POSSIBLE ADOPTION
12. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC, Subchapter F as follows
a. 535.62, Acceptable Courses of Study
b. 535.64, Obtaining Approval to Offer a Course
13. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC 535.212, Education and Experience Requirements for a License
14. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC 535.218, Continuing Education
15. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC 535.223, Standard Inspection Report Form
16. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC 535.231, Standards of Practice: Minimum Inspection Requirements for Plumbing Systems
17. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC Chapter 537 as follows:
a. 537.20 Standard Contract Form TREC No. 9-10, Unimproved Property Contract
b. 537.28 Standard Contract Form TREC No. 20-11, One to Four Family Residential Contract (Resale)
c. 537.30 Standard Contract Form TREC No. 23-12, New Home Contract (Incomplete Construction)
d. 537.31 Standard Contract Form TREC No. 24-12, New Home Contract (Completed Construction)
e. 537.32 Standard Contract Form TREC No. 25-9, Farm and Ranch Contract
f. 537.37 Standard Contract Form TREC No. 30-10, Residential Condominium Contract
g. New 537.53 Standard Contract Form TREC No. 46-0, Mutual Termination of Contract form
18. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC, Chapter 531, Canons of Professional Ethics and Conduct as follows:
a. 531.1, Fidelity
b. 531.2, Integrity
c. 531.8, Consumer Information
d. 531.19, Discriminatory Practices
19. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC, Chapter 533, Practice and Procedure as follows:
a. 533.1, Definitions
b. 533.2, Purpose and Scope
c. 533.3, Filing and Notice
d. 533.4, Failure to Answer, Failure to Attend Hearing and Default
e. 533.5, The Adjudicative Hearing Record
f. 533.6, Filing of Exceptions and Replies
g. 533.7, Proposals for Decision
h. 533.8, Final Orders, Motions for Rehearing and Emergency Orders
i. 533.20, Informal Proceedings
j. 533.30, ADR
k. 533.31, Referral of Contested Matter for ADR
l. 533.33, Qualifications of Mediators
m. 533.34, Commencement of ADR
n. 533.35, Stipulations
o. 533.36, Agreements
p. 533.40, Negotiated Rulemaking
20. Discussion and possible action to adopt amendments to 22 TAC, Chapter 534, General Administration as follows:
a. 534.1, Charges for Copies of Public Records
b. 534.2, Processing Fees for Dishonored Payments
c. 534.3, Employee Training and Education
d. 534.4, Historically Underutilized Businesses Program
e. 534.5, Bid Opening and Tabulation
f. 534.6, Negotiation and Mediation of Certain Contract Disputes
g. 534.7, Vendor Protest Procedures
RULES FOR POSSIBLE PROPOSAL
21.Discussion and possible action to propose amendments to 22 TAC, Chapter 533, Practice and Procedure, as follows:
a. 533.3, Filing and Notice
b. 533.4, Failure to Answer, Failure to Attend Hearing and Default
c. 533.9, Computation of Time
22. Discussion and possible action to propose amendments to 22 TAC, 535.146, Failure to Properly Account for Money; Commingling
23. Discussion and possible action to propose the repeal of 22 TAC Chapter 535, General Provisions as follows:
a. 535.146, Failure to Properly Account for Money; Commingling
b. 535.159, Failing to Properly Deposit Escrow Monies
c. 535.160, Failing to Properly Disburse Escrow Money
24.Discussion and possible action to propose amendments to 22 TAC Chapter 541, Rules Relating to the Provisions of Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 53
a. 541.1, Criminal Offense Guidelines
b. 541.2, Criminal History Evaluation Letters
25.Discussion and possible action to propose amendments to 22 TAC Chapter 537 as follows:
a. 537.43 Standard Contract Form TREC No. 36-7, Addendum for Property subject to Mandatory Membership in an Owners' Association
b. 537.51 Standard Contract Form TREC No. 44-1, Addendum for Reservation of Oil, Gas and Other Minerals
RULE REVIEW
26.Discussion and possible action to close the review of :
a.22 TAC, Chapter 531, Canons of Professional Ethics and Conduct
b.22 TAC, Chapter 533, Practice and Procedure
c.22 TAC, Chapter 534, General Administration
27.Discussion and possible action to propose the review of:
a.22 TAC Chapter 537, Professional Agreements and Standard Contracts
b.22 TAC Chapter 539, Provisions of the Residential Service Company Act
c.22 TAC Chapter 543, Rules Relating to the Provisions of the Texas Timeshare Act
PENDING BUSINESS
28.Discussion and possible action regarding the Real Estate Recovery Trust Account and the Real Estate Inspection Recovery Fund
NEW BUSINESS
29.Discussion and possible action to approve TREC Annual Internal Audit Plan 2014
30.Discussion and possible action regarding the Agency Strategic Plan for FY 2015-2019
31.Discussion and possible action regarding salary level of TREC Administrator
32.Discussion and possible action regarding FY 2015 TREC draft budget
33.Discussion and possible action to approve a new addendum for Reverse Mortgage Financing for voluntary use
34.Discussion and possible action to approve changes to or new TREC forms:
a.INSA-0, Affidavit Regarding Substitute Experience Field Work Requirement
b.INS_ED_INE-1, Instructor Application ¨C Inspector Core and ICE Non-Elective Courses
c.REI_1-4, Inspection Log
d.ICE_IAE-1, Instructor Application ¨C ICE Elective Courses
e.INS_ED_CA-0, Inspector Course Application
f.MCE_AIMRF-1, Alternative Instruction Methods Reporting Form
g.MCE_CROS-1, Credit for an Out of State Course
h.TREC Complaint Form
FUTURE MEETINGS
35.Discussion and possible action regarding future agenda items
36.Discussion and possible action to schedule future meetings
37.Adjourn

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Agency Name: San Antonio-Bexar County Metropolitan Planning Organization
Date of Meeting: 04/28/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:30:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1021 san pedro
City Location: san antonio
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002875
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: www.sametroplan.org
Agenda:
Roll Call (page 4)

2. Director s Report MPO (Martinez) (page 5)
a. The next Transportation Policy Board Meeting will be on Monday, May 19th
b. Congestion and Safety Public Meetings will be held in Comal, Kendall and Guadalupe counties in mid - June
c. May is National Bike Month; the Walk&Roll Rally will be held on Friday, May 2nd at 8:00 a.m. at Main Plaza, San Antonio; Bike Night will be held on May 14th at 6:00 p.m. at the VIA Metro Center located at 1021 San Pedro; please visit www.walkandrollsa.com for more events throughout May
d.The MPO Office will be closed on Monday, May 26th in observance of Memorial Day

3.Citizens to be Heard (page 6)

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 March 24, 2014 Meeting Minutes (page 7)

5. Action on Required Certifications MPO (Martinez) (page 12)
a. MPO Self-Certification
b. Project Selection Procedure
c. Internal Ethics and Compliance Program
d. Lobbying Certification
e. Debarment Certification
f. Procurement Procedures

Items for Individual Discussion and Appropriate Action:

6. Action on the MPO s Annual Audit Report (October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013) Garza/Gonzalez (Rene Gonzalez) (page 26)

7. Action on the MPO s By-laws and Updated Policies MPO (Martinez) (page 74)

8. Action on the FY 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program MPO (Geiger) (page 116)

9. Action on Roadway and Transit Amendments to the Metropolitan Transportation Plan and the FY 2013-2016 Transportation Improvement Program MPO (Geiger) (page 215)

10. Action on the Schedule and Project Selection Process for the Transportation Alternatives Program MPO (Geiger) (page 271)

11. Monthly Status Reports (page 281)
a. Alamo Regional Mobility Authority (John Clamp)
b. City of San Antonio (Mike Frisbie)
c. Lone Star Rail District and Air Quality Issues
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) (page 287)

13. Executive Session - Pursuant to Chapter 551, Subchapter D, Texas Government Code (page 288)

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


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Agency Name: State Office of Risk Management
Date of Meeting: 04/29/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 300 West 15th Street, Ste. 103
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002728
Submit Date: 04/15/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Audrea Spakes at 512-936-1564 or audrea.spakes@sorm.state.tx.us
Agenda:
1. Call to order, roll call, and recognition of a quorum;

2. Consideration and possible action to excuse Board absences;

3. Approval of the minutes from the October 22, 2013, meeting;

4. Presentation and discussion of Agency Operations Report;

5. Presentation, discussion, and possible action on remaining Fiscal Year 2014 Assessment Totals;

6. Presentation, discussion, and possible action on Internal Audit Plan for Fiscal Year 2014;

7. Presentation, discussion, and possible action on Insurance Support Services Request for Proposal;

8. Presentation, discussion, and possible action on Medical Cost Containment Services Request for Proposal;

9. Public comment;

10. Discussion and possible action on future meeting dates;

11. Adjournment.

Individuals who may require auxiliary aids or services for this meeting should contact Audrea Spakes at (512) 936-1564 at least two days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Title Insurance Guaranty Association
Date of Meeting: 04/29/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 1717 West 6th St., Suite 120
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002901
Submit Date: 04/18/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Burnie Burner
Agenda:
1) Call Meeting to Order.
2) Introduction of Attendees.
3) Approval of Minutes from the February 28, 2014, Board of Directors Meeting and Closed Meeting.
4) Financial Report.
5) Review and Possible Action on Directors and Officers Liability and Entity Liability Insurance.
6) Title Examiner's Report--Texas Department of Insurance.
7) Rehabilitation and Liquidation Oversight's Report--Texas Department of Insurance.
8) Potential Closed Meeting to receive information and discuss matters relating to the solvency of insurers and agents and to consult with counsel.
9) Review and Possible Action regarding Southern Star Title Company, LLC and the Association's Closing Report to the Commissioner.
10) Review and Possible Action regarding Mi Tierra Title, LLC.
11) Review and Possible Action regarding National Charity Title, Inc.
12) Review and Possible Action regarding Texas Nations Title Agency, Inc.
13) Review and Possible Action regarding Direct Title, LLC and the Association's Closing Report to the Commissioner.
14) Review and Possible Action regarding Southern Title Insurance Corporation (Virginia).
15) Report regarding Guaranty Fee Collections.
16) Report regarding Guaranty Assessment Recoupment Charge Collections.
17) Review and Possible Action regarding Investment of the Association's Funds.
18) Review and Possible Action regarding Amendments to the Texas Title Insurance Guaranty Act.
19) Review and Possible Action regarding Fidelity National Title Insurance Company's Proposal to Amend Title Manual Rules.
20) Counsel's Report--Burnie Burner.
21) Set Date and Time for Next Meeting (July ___, 2014, 10:00 a.m.).
22) Adjourn.


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Agency Name: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Date of Meeting: 04/29/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Apply Texas Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 1200 E. Anderson Lane Board Room, First Floor
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002840
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Jose Rios, Assistant Director, Workforce, Academic Affairs and Research; P.O. Box 12788; Austin, TX 78711 512.427.6252
Agenda:
1. Welcome and call to order - Dr. Ethan Logan, Chair
2. Consideration of minutes from the January 28, 2014 meeting
3. First Generation Question Discussion - Dr. Julie Eklund
4. HB5 Financial Aid Discussion
5. Report from Technical Team - Dr. Tim Brace
6. Discussion and Consideration of Subcommittee reports
7. Discussion and Consideration of decision deadlines/early decision with respect to private institutions
8. Discussion and Consideration of ApplyTexas listserv
9. Discussion and Consideration of revising Application fees and credit card payment confirmation language
10. Discussion and Consideration of educational background section
11. Discussion and Consideration of validating birthdates to catch atypical or erroneous entries
12. Discussion and Consideration of revising of dual credit question to "will you be taking courses at this institution prior to your high school graduation?"
13. Discussion and Consideration of adding "transient"definition
14. Discussion and Consideration of prior ApplyTexas contract savings
15. Lunch
16. Discussion and consideration of Priority Recommendation of changes to applications to the ApplyTexas Application:
a. Subcommittees' proposed changes
b. agenda items proposed changes from any approved items from above (items 7-14)
c. requiring SSN on the application
d. adding Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) on the application for non-US residents (not required field)
e. counselor suite features
f. training videos / webinars (FAQs/how-to)
g. clarifying semester timeframes
h. ability to turn "off" payment section
i. create institutionally optional section for parental information
17. Group Announcements
18. Adjournment


This meeting will be web-cast through the Coordinating Board's website at http://www.thecb.state.tx.us


Individuals who may require auxiliary aids or services for this meeting should contact Carri Whitfield, ADA Coordinator, at 512.427.6191 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


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/29/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: The Intellectual and Developmental Disability System Redesign Advisory Committee
Status: Rescheduled/Revised
Street Location: 701 West 51st St. (John H. Winters Building, Public Hearing Room)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002380
Submit Date: 04/02/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Contact: Jonas Schwartz, Medicaid/CHIP Division, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-462-6292, Jonas.schwartz@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda:
AGENDA:

The Intellectual and Developmental Disability System
Redesign Advisory Committee

April 29, 2014

10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Meeting Site:

The John H. Winters Building
Public Hearing Room
701 West 51st St.
Austin, TX 78753


1) Welcome and Introductions

2) Old Business
a) Review and adopt minutes from the January 7, 2014 meeting
b) Review and adopt Operating Guidelines Document

3) Subcommittees Breakout One
a) Subcommittee A: Assessment Tool
b) Subcommittee B: Behavioral Health Services
c) Subcommittee C: Employment Services

4) General Session Working Lunch and Subcommittee Debriefing

5) Subcommittees Breakout Two
a) Subcommittee D: Housing
b) Subcommittee E: Quality
c) Subcommittee F: Transition to Managed Care

6) General Session and Other Business
a) Community First Choice Update
b) Potential agenda topics and schedule for next meeting
c) General Discussion

7) Public Comment

8) Adjourn

Contact: Jonas Schwartz, Medicaid/CHIP Division, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-462-6292, Jonas.schwartz@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 Schwartz at 512-462-6292 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.

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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/29/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: The Intellectual and Developmental Disability System Redesign Advisory Committee
Status: Active
Street Location: 701 West 51st St. (The John H. Winters Building, Public Hearing Room)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002809
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Contact: Jonas Schwartz, Medicaid/CHIP Division, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-462-6292, Jonas.schwartz@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda:
AGENDA:

The Intellectual and Developmental Disability System Redesign Advisory Committee

April 29, 2014

10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Meeting Site:

The John H. Winters Building
Public Hearing Room
701 West 51st St.
Austin, TX 78753


1. Welcome and Introductions

2. General Session
a. Review and adopt minutes from the January 7, 2014 meeting
b. Review and adopt Operating Guidelines Document
c. Prader Willi Syndrome Study Update

3. Subcommittees Breakout One
a. Subcommittee A: Assessment Tool
b. Subcommittee B: Housing

4. General Session Working Lunch and Subcommittee Debriefing

5. Subcommittees Breakout Two
a. Subcommittee C: Quality
b. Subcommittee D: Transition to Managed Care

6. General Session and Other Business
a. Community First Choice Update
b. DADS Update
c. HHSC Update
d. Potential agenda topics and schedule for next meeting
e. General Discussion

7. Public Comment

8. Adjourn

Contact: Jonas Schwartz, Medicaid/CHIP Division, Health and Human Services Commission, 512-462-6292, Jonas.schwartz@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 Schwartz at 512-462-6292 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/29/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: 4900 N. Lamar Blvd. (HHSC Brown Heatly Bldg., Rm. 1410)
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002671
Submit Date: 04/11/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Contact: Sherri Hammack, Project Director, Texas Health and Human Services Commission, (512) 954-8563, Sherri.Hammack@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Agenda:
AGENDA:

Texas System of Care Consortium

April 29, 2014

10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Meeting Site:

Health and Human Services Commission
Brown Heatly Building
Room 1410
4900 N. Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78751

1. Welcome

2. Introductions

3. Approval of October 29th 2013 meeting minutes (Action)*

4. Texas System of Care (SOC) Consortium Business
a. Consortium Membership (Action)*
b. Consortium Operational Guidelines (Action)*
c. Legislative Report

5. Update from SOC Expansion Communities

6. Recess

7. SOC Implementation Expansion Updates
a. Leadership and Resource Development
b. Family Voice
c. Youth Voice
d. Cultural and Linguistic Competency
e. Training and Technical Assistance
f. Communication and Social Marketing
g. Data and Evaluation

8. Public Testimony

9. Updates: Related Programs
a. Youth Empowerment Services
b. Medicaid Senate Bill 58
c. Medicaid STAR Kids

10. New Business & Announcements

11. Adjourn

*Public comment will be taken following each item, after a staff presentation, and/or before a vote on an action item.

Contact: Sherri Hammack, Project Director, Texas Health and Human Services Commission, (512) 954-8563, Sherri.Hammack@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 Hammack at (512) 954-8563 at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.


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Agency Name: Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services
Date of Meeting: 04/29/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status: Active
Street Location: Criss Cole Rehabilitation Center, Auditorium, 4800 North Lamar
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002554
Submit Date: 04/08/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: Elizabeth Freaney (512) 424-4160
Agenda:
This is a two-day meeting for April 28 and April 29. Agenda for both days follows:

Monday, April 28, 2014

9:00 AM
Welcome and Introductions of New RCT Council Members, Lori Henning

9:15 AM
Committee Meetings:
Policy, Procedures & Personnel Development Karen Stanfill
Membership & Education Joyce Taylor
Consumer Satisfaction & Needs Assessment Elizabeth Gentry

10:15 AM
Planning and Review Committee, Martha Garber

11:15 AM
Consumer Success Story, Carson Peal

11:30 AM
Lunch

1:00 PM
Public Comment

1:15 PM
DARS Strategic Plan, Octavius Bonacquisti, DARS

1:30 PM
Apprenticeship Program, Desi Holmes, Texas Workforce Commission

2:15 PM
Comprehensive Statewide Needs Assessment Report Process, Dr. Jim Schwab, University of Texas

3:30 PM
RCT Committee Discussions and DARS Assistant Commissioners

Adjourn

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

9:00 AM
Liaison Reports
DARS Council Don Roy
TWIC Joyce Taylor
CAP Karen Stanfill
PRN Rana Anderson
TEA Brent Pitt
SILC Saul Herrera

9:30 AM
Review SRC-VR Partnership Book, Mark Schroeder

10:15 AM
Council Business (Old)
January Minutes Approval
Review January To-Do List
September DBS Meeting

Council Business (New)
Budget Update
DARS-RCT Agreement
Nominations for Council positions (vote in September)

10:45 AM
Adjourn

11:00 AM
Orientation for New Council Members, Joyce Taylor, Chair of Membership and Education

if special accommodations are needed, please contact the RCT Coordinator at: RCT@dars.state.tx.us

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Agency Name: Texas Veterans Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/29/2014
Time of Meeting: 9:00:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee: Texas Coordinating Council for Veterans Services
Status: Active
Street Location: 1700 N. Congress, Room 170
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002828
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: H. Karen Fastenau General Counsel 512-463-1549
Agenda:

I. Call meeting to order.
II. Update and discussion regarding workgroup priorities and focus.
III. Update and discussion of outline for 2nd draft of report.
IV. Discussion of date, time, and location of next workgroup meeting.
V. Adjournment.


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Agency Name: Texas Veterans Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/29/2014
Time of Meeting: 1:00:00 PM (Local Time)
Committee: Texas Coordinating Council for Veterans Services
Status: Active
Street Location: 1700 N. Congress, Room 170
City Location: Austin
Meeting State: TX
TRD ID: 2014002832
Submit Date: 04/17/2014
Emergency Meeting?: No
Additional Information From: H. Karen Fastenau General Counsel 512-463-1549
Agenda:

I. Call meeting to order.
II. Update and discussion regarding workgroup priorities and focus.
III. Update and discussion of outline for 2nd draft of report.
IV. Discussion of date, time, and location of next workgroup meeting.
V. Adjournment.



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Agency Name: Texas Historical Commission
Date of Meeting: 04/29/2014
Time of Meeting: 10:30:00 AM (Local Time)
Committee:
Status