Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality:

An Inventory of Commission on Environmental Quality Records at the Texas State Archives, 1976-2009



Overview

Creator: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Title: Commission on Environmental Quality records
Dates: 1976-2009
Abstract: The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and its predecessor agencies, the Texas Water Commission and the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission advise on environmental law. The records are agenda of the Texas Water Commission (TWC), the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC), and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) meetings; meeting supporting documentation and audiotapes; minutes of working sessions, correspondence, and reading files of the commissioners; speeches, papers, and correspondence of the General Counsel; press releases; newsletters; and notices of conferences, seminars, and workshops conducted by the TNRCC. Dates covered are 1976-2009. Topics in these records cover a wide range of the TWC, TNRCC, and TCEQ programs, including pollution prevention, air quality control, hazardous waste, recycling, floodplain management, petroleum storage, ground water protection, water quality, water rights, and administrative law as it relates to the TWC, TNRCC, and TCEQ programs.
Quantity: 95.77 cubic ft.
Location: Please note that a portion of these records are stored at the State Records Center. Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under the Public Information Act exceptions, these records must be reviewed by an archivist before they can be accessed for research. Records requested before 10:00 a.m. will usually be available for review by an archivist by 4:00 p.m. the same day. Records requested after 10:00 a.m. and before 3:00 p.m. will usually be available for review by an archivist by noon the next day. See the Restrictions on Access statement in this document for further information.
Language: These materials are written predominately in English with a few phrases and letters in Spanish.

Agency History

Conservation and regulation of the state's water resources began early in the 20th century; regulation of air quality began in the early 1950s. In 1913, the Irrigation Act was passed by the 33rd Texas Legislature (House Bill 37, Regular Session). It created the Texas Board of Water Engineers to establish and implement procedures for determining surface water rights. In 1917 a constitutional amendment to Article 16 authorized the creation of conservation and reclamation districts as needed. Freshwater supply districts were authorized by the 36th Legislature in 1919 (Senate Bill 19, 2nd Called Session) and the first river authority, the Brazos River Authority, was created in 1929 (House Bill 197, 41st Legislature, 2nd Called Session). A law governing the organization and operation of water improvement districts was passed in 1933 by the 43rd Legislature (House Bill 413, Regular Session). Underground water conservation districts were created in 1949 (House Bill 162, 51st Legislature, Regular Session). This legislation also declared groundwater (underground water) private property and authorized the State Board of Water Engineers to designate underground reservoirs and subdivisions thereto.

The Texas Department of Health initially had some regulatory power over water issues and it performed initial air quality studies for the state. Legislation was passed by the 49th Legislature in 1945 authorizing the Texas Department of Health to enforce drinking water standards for public water supply systems (Senate Bill 81, Regular Session), as part of an overall public health legislative initiative. In 1952 the Department of Health conducted the first air study in Texas and began an air sampling program in 1956.

Additional water conservation measures were enacted in 1957. The 55th Legislature created the Texas Water Development Board to forecast water supply needs and provide funding for water supply and conservation projects (House Bill 161, Regular Session). A water well drillers advisory group, the Water Well Drillers Board, was created in 1961 (House Bill 409, 57th Legislature, Regular Session). And, in 1962 the Texas Board of Water Engineers became the Texas Water Commission, with additional responsibilities for water conservation and pollution control (House Bill 12, 57th Legislature, 3rd Called Session).

Pollution and water control measures continued in 1961. The Texas Pollution Control Act was passed, which established the Texas State Water Pollution Control Board and eliminated the Water Pollution Advisory Council, creating the state's first true pollution control agency (House Bill 24, 57th Legislature, 1st Called Session). In 1965 the Texas Clean Air Act created the Texas Air Control Board, within the Department of Health, to monitor and regulate air pollution in the state (House Bill 362, 59th Legislature, Regular Session). Also in 1965, the Texas Water Commission became the Texas Water Rights Commission (Senate Bill 145, 59th Legislature, Regular Session) and functions not related to water rights were transferred to the Texas Water Development Board. And, the Water Well Drillers Act was passed in 1965 establishing the Water Well Drillers Board (House Bill 77, 59th Legislature, Regular Session). In 1967 the Texas Water Quality Act established the Texas Water Quality Board (Senate Bill 204, 60th Legislature, Regular Session). In 1973 the 63rd Legislature removed the Texas Air Control Board from the Department of Health, making it an independent state agency (House Bill 739, 63rd Legislature, Regular Session).

The 65th Legislature passed legislation in 1977 that made a number of changes in the state's water agencies. The Texas Department of Water Resources (TDWR) was created by combining the three existing water agencies in an effort to consolidate the state's water programs (the Texas Water Rights Commission, the Texas Water Quality Board, and the Texas Water Development Board) (Senate Bill 1139, Regular Session). The six-member Texas Water Development Board was set up as a policymaking body for the new agency. The Water Rights Commission was renamed the Texas Water Commission and sat as a quasi-judicial body that ruled on permits. The Texas Water Quality Board was abolished.

In 1985 the 69th Legislature dissolved the Texas Department of Water Resources (Senate Bill 249, Regular Session). It transferred regulatory enforcement to the recreated Texas Water Commission, and planning and financial responsibilities to the recreated Texas Water Development Board.

In 1991, the 72nd Legislature, 1st Called Session passed Senate Bill 2 in an effort to consolidate the state's regulatory programs for air, water and waste. This began a two-year process of consolidation, culminating with the creation of the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission in 1993. In accordance with Senate Bill 2, sections of the Texas Department of Health dealing with solid waste, drinking water protection, and wastewater treatment were transferred to the Texas Water Commission (TWC) by March 1, 1992. On September 1, 1992, the Texas Water Well Drillers Board and the Texas Board of Irrigators were abolished and those functions transferred to the TWC. On September 1, 1993, the Texas Air Control Board and the Texas Water Commission were abolished and those functions were consolidated to form the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. The Texas Water Commission became the core of the TNRCC and the TWC's three full-time commissioners automatically became the commissioners of the TNRCC. In 1997 the 75th Legislature transferred the regulation of water well drillers from the TNRCC to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (Senate Bill 1955, Regular Session). And, in 1999 the Texas Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Authority was abolished and its functions transferred to the TNRCC (House Bill 1172, 76th Legislature, Regular Session). Legislation in 2001 authorized a name change for the TNRCC. Effective September 1, 2002, it became the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).

The TCEQ is governed by a three-member commission, appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the senate for overlapping six-year terms. Members may not serve more than two terms and conflict of interest restrictions apply. Commission members hold full-time salaried positions and the governor designates the chair. The commissioners establish overall agency direction and policy and make final determinations on contested permitting and enforcement matters.

The primary goals of the TCEQ are to protect public health and safety and the environment by reducing the release of pollutants and contaminants, regulating the management and disposal of waste, and expediting the cleanup of contaminated sites. The agency also manages the state's water resources by enforcing compliance with state and federal clean air and water laws.

The agency is divided into nine major offices, with separate divisions within each: Commissioners (Chief Clerk, General Counsel, Public Interest Counsel, Chief Auditor, and Public Assistance Office); Executive Director (Agency Communications, Intergovernmental Relations and Small Business and Environmental Assistance); Office of Administrative Services (includes Budget and Planning, Chief Financial Officer, Financial Administration, Human Resources and Staff Development, Information Resources, and Support Services); Chief Engineer's Office (Air Quality and Toxicology); Office of Legal Services (Environmental Law, General Law, and Litigation); Office of Compliance and Enforcement (Enforcement and Field Operations); Office of Air (Air Permits); Office of Waste (Remediation, Waste Permits, Radioactive Materials, Remediation, and Permitting and Registration Support); and Office of Water (Water Quality, Water Quality Planning, and Water Supply). The TCEQ has approximately 3,000 employees, 16 regional offices, and a $466 million operating budget for the 2011 fiscal year (including both baseline and contingency appropriations).

(Sources: the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality website (http://www.tceq.texas.gov/about/tceqhistory.html), accessed on January 7, 2012; the appraisal report for the TCEQ written by State Archives staff; and the records themselves.)


Scope and Contents of the Records

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and its predecessor agencies, the Texas Water Commission and the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission advise on environmental law. These are records of the Texas Water Commission (TWC), the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC), and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)'s including meeting agenda, meeting supporting documentation and audiotapes, minutes and meeting files of working sessions, correspondence, and reading files of the commissioners; speeches, papers, and correspondence of the General Counsel; and press releases, newsletters, and notices of conferences, seminars, and workshops conducted by the TNRCC. Dates covered are 1976-2009. Marked agenda give a summary of action taken on agenda items presented at TWC/TNRCC meetings. Minutes summarize actions taken at work sessions of the commissioners of TNRCC and TCEQ. Speeches and papers of the General Counsel document presentations made at seminars and conferences and speeches given to groups such as law schools or Rotary clubs. Press releases provide information about new programs, program changes, appointments, and upcoming events, such as a clean air day or a river cleanup day, or an environmental trade fair. The newsletters report on various programs run by TNRCC. The notices are mailers sent out to agencies or other persons about upcoming TNRCC conferences, seminars, or workshops. Topics in these records cover a wide range of the TNRCC programs, including pollution prevention, air quality control, hazardous waste, recycling, floodplain management, petroleum storage, ground water protection, water quality, water rights, and administrative law as it relates to TNRCC programs. Unmarked agenda date from 1996 to 1997 and contain both old business agenda and contested agenda as well as any addenda to the agenda. Meeting supporting documentation contains TCEQ agenda backup material, dating from 2005 to 2009, and includes agreed orders and executive summaries of enforcement matters.

To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types.


 

Organization of the Records

These records are organized into nine series:
Marked agenda of Commission meetings, 1990-2001, 3.73 cubic ft.
Minutes of Commissioners' work sessions, 1995-2006, 7.24 cubic ft.
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission General Counsel speeches and papers, 1996-1999, 0.69 cubic ft.
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission press releases and printed material, 1993-1999, 0.24 cubic ft.
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission agenda, 1996-1997, 0.2 cubic ft.
Commission meeting tapes, 1982-1994, 19 cubic ft.
Meeting supporting documentation, 2005-2009, 53 cubic ft.
Texas Water Commission General Counsel correspondence, 1976-1977, 1981, 1983, 1985-1987, undated, bulk 1987, 0.67 cubic ft.
Commissioners' correspondence and reading files, 1991-1995, 11 cubic ft.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, agency memoranda and working papers (V.T.C.A., Government Code Section 552.111); home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers, and personal family information of government employees and officials (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.117); account numbers (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.136); and e-mail addresses (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.136), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P. O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (Dir_Lib@tsl.state.tx.us), or see our web page (http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/agency/customer/pia.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.

Records series described in this finding aid have access restrictions specific to each of them. The terms of access are found following the series descriptions.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

To obtain equipment to listen to the audiocassettes, please contact the Preservation Officer.


Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission.
Texas Water Commission.
Subjects:
Environmental law--Texas.
Environmental agencies--Texas.
Administrative agencies--Texas--Rules and practices.
Document Types:
Speeches--Texas--Environmental law--1996-1999.
Papers (document genres)--Texas--Environmental law--1996-1999.
Correspondence--Texas--Environmental law--1976-1977, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1991-1997.
Agendas (administrative records)--Texas--Environmental agencies--1990-2001.
Minutes (administrative records)--Texas--Environmental agencies--1995-2006.
Notes--Texas--Environmental law--1996-2009.
Press releases--Texas--Environmental agencies--1993-1997.
Newsletters--Texas--Environmental agencies--1993-1997.
Audiocassettes--Texas--Environmental agencies--1982-1994.
Functions:
Advising on environmental law.

Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Texas Water Commission, Records, 1941-1942, 1956-1971, 1977-1981, 1 cubic ft.
Texas Water Commission, Minutes, 1913-1986, 7.51 cubic ft.
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality photographs, 1970-2006, undated, 10.83 cubic ft.
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, Water rights files, 1913-1997, about 243 cubic ft. [Restricted - These records are currently unprocessed, see staff for assistance. Call numbers are 2002/207-1 thru 242. A microfilm copy of these records is available at TCEQ, contact TCEQ's Record Services Division to use the film.]
Texas Legislature, House of Representatives, Committee on Natural Resources, Records, 1985-1992, 4.71 cubic ft. [Restricted]
Texas Legislature, Senate, Committee on Natural Resources, Records, 1940, 1956-1957, 1971-1984, 1989-1997, 2001, bulk 1989-2001, 29.1 cubic ft. [Restricted]
Texas Legislature, Senate Committee Minutes, 1959-1967, 1972-1979, 1999-2008, bulk 1999-2008, 6.95 cubic ft. [Restricted]
Texas Water Commission, Agenda and dockets, 1980-1989, 2.9 cubic ft.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 2002/006, 2002/119, 2002/157, 2002/211, 2003/014, 2005/086, 2005/177, 2005/178, 2007/074, 2007/213, 2009/071, 2009/123, 2010/073, 2012/092, 2012/144, and 2012/147

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Office of the General Counsel, Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission on September 7, 2001 and July 30, 2002; by the Office of the Chief Clerk, Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission on April 3, 2002; by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission via the Legislative Reference Library on August 27 and September 24, 2002 and June 8, 2004; and by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on May 14 and 19, 2003; January 6 and 10, 2005; August 3, 2005; December 18, 2006; August 27, 2007; December 17, 2008; April 20, 2009; February 19, 2010; December 22, 2011; and March 27 and April 5, 2012.

Processing Information

Processed by Laura K. Saegert, September 2001, September 2002

Accessions added and revised for DACS, Jessica Tucker, December 2012

Accessions added, Jessica Tucker, July 2013


Detailed Description of the Records

 

Marked agenda of Commission meetings, 1990-2001,
3.73 cubic ft.

The Texas Water Commission and the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission advised on environmental law. This series consists of marked agenda from meetings of the Texas Water Commission (TWC) and the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC), the agency that absorbed the TWC. Dates covered are 1990-2001. Marked agenda give a summary of action taken on agenda items presented at the commission meetings. The two sets of initials after the caption indicate who made the motion and who seconded it. After those initials, the usual annotation is "All Agree." If there are three commissioners listed at the top of the agenda for a given day, that means the vote was 3-0. Infrequently, there are two sets of initials and a note that the third commissioner voted no or abstained. That would have been a 2-1 vote. The commission met two to four times a month, though by the late 1990s they were meeting usually just twice a month.
TNRCC commissioners establish overall agency direction and policy, and make final determinations on contested permitting and enforcement matters. Issues discussed in the meetings include a wide range of TNRCC functions, including adoption of rules, waste management permits, water use permits, waste water discharge permits, uranium permits, hearings on various permit issues, findings of compliance or non-compliance in TNRCC regulatory areas, assessing administrative penalties, approval of bonds to finance new or additional water or sewage facility construction, orders re: air quality enforcement, floodplain management, recycling, ground water protection, water quality, and remedial cleanup of petroleum storage sites. Routine administrative tasks such as appointments and budget matters are noted as well.
Two sets of marked agenda are present for the years 1993-1995. One set was received from the agency, the other, a bound set, from the Legislative Reference Library. There were a few meetings not covered in the set received from the agency, so the bound set, while mostly duplicative, was retained.
Marked agenda (with indexes back to 1990) are posted on the website of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, at http://www.tceq.texas.gov/agency/agendas/comm/markcomm_agendas.html.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically, with the bound set, 1993-1995, listed at the end.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Marked agenda of commission meetings, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2002/119, 2003/014
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission on April 3, 2002, and by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission via the Legislative Reference Library on September 24, 2002.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, September 2002
Box
2002/119-1 Texas Water Commission marked agenda, 1990-1993
Index, 1990
January 24, 1990
January 31, 1990
March 7, 1990
March 14, 1990
March 21, 1990
March 28-29, 1990
May 1-3, 1990
May 7 and 14, 1990
May 16, 1990
May 23, 1990
May 29-30, 1990
June 6, 1990
June 13, 1990
June 20 and 27, 1990
July 11-12, 1990
July 18 and 25, 1990
October 3, 1990
November 7 and 14, 1990
November 28, 1990
December 12, 1990
Index, 1991
January 9, 1991
January 16, 1991
January 23-24, 1991
January 30-31, 1991
February 6-7, 1991
February 13-14, 1991
February 27, 1991
March 6-7, 1991
March 13-14, 1991
March 20, 1991
March 27, 1991
April 3-4, 1991
April 10, 1991
April 17 and 24, 1991
May 1 and 8, 1991
May 15, 1991
May 22 and 29, 1991
June 5 and 12, 1991
June 24, 1991
July 3, 1991
Box
2002/119-2 July 10, 1991
July 24, 1991
July 31 and August 2, 1991
August 14, 1991
September 11, 1991
September 18, 1991
September 25, 1991
October 2, 1991
October 9-10, 1991
October 16, 1991
October 23, 1991
October 30 and November 6, 1991
November 13, 1991
November 20 and 25, 1991
December 4, 1991
December 11, 1991
December 18 and 23, 1991
Index, 1992
January 8 and 10, 1992
January 21-22, 28-29, 1992
February 5, 1992
February 12, 1992
February 19, 1992
February 26, 1992
March 4, 1992
March 18 and 25, 1992
April 1 and 8, 1992
April 15, 1992
April 22 and 29, 1992
May 6, 1992
May 13 and 20, 1992
May 27, 1992
June 10, 1992
June 24, 1992
July 8, 1992
July 22, 1992
August 26, 1992
September 2, 1992
September 9, 1992
September 16, 1992
September 23, 1992
September 30, 1992
October 14, 1992
October 21 and 28, 1992
Box
2002/119-3 November 4, 1992
November 18, 1992
December 2, 1992
December 9, 1992
December 16, 1992
Index, 1993
January 6, 1993
January 13, 1993
January 25 and 27, 1993
February 3, 1993
February 10, 1993
February 17, 1993
February 22-24, 1993
March 3 and 5, 1993
March 10-12, 1993
March 17, 1993
March 24 and 26, 1993
March 31 and April 2, 1993
April 7, 1993
April 14, 1993
April 28, 1993
May 5, 1993
May 12, 1993
May 19, 1993
May 24, 26-27, 1993
June 2 and 7, 1993
June 21 and 23, 1993
June 30 and July 1, 1993
July 14 and 22, 1993
July 28, 1993
August 18, 1993
August 25, 1993
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission marked agenda, 1993-2001
September 1, 1993
September 8, 1993
September 13, 15 and 17, 1993
September 22, 1993
September 27, 29 and 30, 1993
October 6, 1993
October 13 and 15, 1993
October 20, 1993
October 27, 1993
November 10, 1993
Box
2002/119-4 November 17-19, 1993
December 1, 1993
December 8, 1993
December 15 and 17, 1993
Index, 1994
January 5, 1994
January 12 and 21, 1994
January 26-27, 1994
February 9, 1994
February 15-16, and 18, 1994
February 21 and 23, 1994
March 3-4, and 9, 1994
March 16 and 23, 1994
March 30, 1994
April 6, 1994
April 13 and 15, 1994
April 20, 1994
May 4, 1994
May 11 and 18, 1994
May 25, 1994
June 8, 1994
June 29, 1994
July 13, 1994
July 27 and 29, 1994
August 31, 1994
September 7, 14-15, 1994
September 21, 23 and 29, 1994
October 5, 1994
October 19, 1994
October 26, 1994
November 2, 8-9, 1994
November 16, 1994
November 30, 1994
December 7, 1994
December 14 and 21, 1994
Index, 1995
January 4 and 11, 1995
January 18, 1995
February 1, 7-8, 1995
February 15 and 22, 1995
March 1, 8 and 15, 1995
March 22 and 29, 1995
April 5, 12, and 19, 1995
April 26 and May 3, 1995
May 10 and 24, 1995
May 31 and June 14, 1995
June 28, 1995
Box
2002/119-5 July 12 and 26, 1995
August 23, 1995
September 13 and 20, 1995
September 27 and October 4, 1995
October 11 and 18, 1995
November 1, 1995
November 16 and 29, 1995
December 6 and 13, 1995
December 20, 1995
Index, 1996
January 10 and 17, 1996
January 24 and 30, 1996
February 7 and 14, 1996
February 21 and 28, 1996
March 6 and 20, 1996
March 27, 1996
April 3 and 10, 1996
April 17 and 24, 1996
May 2 and 8, 1996
May 15, 22 and 29, 1996
June 12 and 26, 1996
July 10 and 24, 1996
August 21, 1996
August 28 and September 11, 1996
September 18 and 25, 1996
October 9 and 23, 1996
November 6 and 20, 1996
December 4 and 18, 1996
Index, 1997
January 8 and 22, 1997
February 5 and 19, 1997
March 5 and 19, 1997
April 2 and 16, 1997
April 30 and May 14, 1997
May 28, 1997
June 25, 1997
July 9 and 23, 1997
August 6 and 20, 1997
August 28 and September 17, 1997
October 1 and 15, 1997
November 5 and 19, 1997
December 3 and 17, 1997
Box
2002/119-6 Index, 1998
January 7, 21 and 22, 1998
February 4 and 18, 1998
March 4 and 18, 1998
April 8 and 22, 1998
May 7 and 20, 1998
June 3 and 17, 1998
July 1, 15 and 29, 1998
August 18 and 26, 1998
September 10 and 23, 1998
October 7, 21-23, 1998
November 4 and 18, 1998
December 2 and 16, 1998
Index, 1999
January 13 and 27, 1999
February 10 and 24, 1999
March 10 and 24, 1999
April 7 and 28, 1999
May 12 and 26, 1999
June 16 and 30, 1999
July 14 and 28, 1999
August 11 and 25, 1999
September 15 and 29, 1999
October 13 and 27, 1999
November 10 and 17, 1999
December 1 and 15, 1999
Index, 2000
January 12 and 26, 2000
February 9 and 24, 2000
March 8 and 22, 2000
April 5 and 19, 2000
May 3 and 17, 2000
May 31, June 14 and 29, 2000
July 12 and 16, 2000
August 9, 2000
Box
2002/119-7 August 23 and September 27, 2000
October 4 and 18, 2000
November 1 and 15, 2000
December 6 and 20, 2000
Index, 2001
January 10 and 24, 2001
February 7 and 21, 2001
March 7 and 21, 2001
April 4 and 18, 2001
May 9 and 23, 2001
June 6 and 20, 2001
July 11 and 25, 2001
August 8 and 22, 2001
September 12 and 26, 2001
October 10 and 24, 2001
November 7 and 20, 2001
December 5 and 19, 2001
1993
[bound set]
1994
[bound set]
Box
2002/119-8 1995
[bound set]



 

Minutes of Commissioners' work sessions, 1995-2006,
7.24 cubic ft.

The Texas Water Commission, the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality advise on environmental law. This series consists of minutes and meeting files of work sessions of the commissioners of the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, dating 1995-2006. The work sessions are informal meetings of the agency leadership where specific policy issues, potential rules, national issues, and other issues of interest to the agency are discussed. The sessions may also be used to provide guidance to staff regarding policy direction and priorities. The work sessions involve a quorum of the commissioners and, therefore, are subject to the Open Meetings Act. Unlike the agenda meetings, no public testimony is allowed except by invitation of the commissioners. Other staff attending generally include the General Counsel, the Executive Director, the Deputy Executive Director, and the appropriate deputy directors. Scheduled issues are presented to the commissioners by the appropriate program deputy director and support staff.
The commissioners generally meet twice a month to review issues brought up to them by staff or to take action on previously pending items. The commissioners determine what course of action would be taken, if any, such as directing staff to track progress on upcoming legislation or to research changes in federal regulations. The commissioners might also issue a directive signifying a change in policies or procedures, directing staff to proceed with rulemaking changes or creating an advisory task force or committee to study the issues and prepare a report for the commission. Topics brought before the commissioners include by-product material classified as solid waste, concentrated animal feeding operations, alternative fuels, the Safe Water Drinking Act, rule and policy development, Title V Operating Permits Program, pollution prevention efforts, revising the ozone standard, waste cleanup, enforcement action re: various permitting program violations, reuse of water under water rights permits, air program violations, the agency's operating budget and organizational restructuring of the agency. Agenda items are listed for executive or closed sessions, but minutes are not present for executive sessions.
Upcoming and past work sessions for the current year, dating back to 1995, are posted on the agency's website, http://www.tceq.texas.gov/agency/agendas/agenda.html.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, agency memoranda and working papers (V.T.C.A., Government Code Section 552.111); home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers, and personal family information of government employees and officials (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.117); and e-mail addresses (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.136), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P. O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (Dir_Lib@tsl.state.tx.us), or see our web page (http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/agency/customer/pia.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Minutes of Commissioners work sessions, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2002/119, 2007/213, and 2009/123
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Office of the Chief Clerk, Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission on April 3, 2002; and by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on August 27, 2007 and April 20, 2009.
Processing information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, September 2002
Accessions added and revised for DACS, Jessica Tucker, April 2012
Box
2002/119-8 Index, 1995-2001
Minutes, 1995-2001
1995
January-June 1996
July-December 1996
January-June 1997
July-December 1997
January-June 1998
July-December 1998
January-June 1999
July-November 1999
January-June 2000
August-December 2000
January-June 2001
July-November 2001
Box
2007/213-1 Commissioners' work session files, 1995-1996, 2002-2006
October 31, 1995
November 17, 1995
November 30, 1995
December 15, 1995
January 8, 1996
January 18, 1996
[2 folders]
January 26, 1996
February 9, 1996
[5 folders]
February 22, 1996
March 21, 1996
April 19, 1996
April 29, 1996
[2 folders]
May 13, 1996
[2 folders]
May 24, 1996
June 24, 1996
July 11, 1996
July 25, 1996
August 12, 1996
[2 folders]
Box
2007/213-2 Legislative Appropriations Request for Fiscal Years 1998 and 1999
August 29, 1996
September 12, 1996
September 26, 1996
October 10, 1996
October 24, 1996
November 7, 1996
November 25, 1996
December 13, 1996
January 18, 2002
February 28, 2002
March 15, 2002
May 10, 2002
June 14, 2002
July 12, 2002
August 23, 2002
September 13, 2002
October 11, 2002
November 8, 2002
December 13, 2002
January 10, 2003
February 7, 2003
March 7, 2003
April 4, 2003
May 16, 2003
June 20, 2003
July 14, 2003
July 25, 2003
August 22, 2003
September 12, 2003
October 24, 2003
November 7, 2003
December 5, 2003
January 16, 2004
Box
2007/213-3 February 2, 2004
February 13, 2004
March 12, 2004
April 16, 2004
April 30, 2004
May 17, 2004
June 28, 2004
July 22, 2004
August 16, 2004
September 17, 2004
October 15, 2004
November 1, 2004
November 15, 2004
December 6, 2004
December 17, 2004
January 14, 2005
February 25, 2005
March 11, 2005
April 15, 2005
May 13, 2005
June 24, 2005
August 12, 2005
[3 folders]
September 16, 2005
[2 folders]
November 10, 2005
December 2, 2005
January 13, 2006
February 10, 2006
March 10, 2006
July 7, 2006



 

Texas Natural Resource Commission General Counsel speeches and papers, 1996-1999,
0.69 cubic ft.

The Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission advised on environmental law. This series contains speeches and papers of Geoffrey S. Connor, General Counsel of the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC), dating 1996-1999. The files contain papers written by Connor and/or by his staff, speeches, an outline of a speech, annotated drafts of papers, correspondence with conference organizers, agenda, programs from conferences or seminars, notes, memos, and research materials. The papers were presented at law conferences, such as the Annual Environmental Law Superconference and the Annual Environmental Law Course (a two-day law seminar). Speeches include one given to the Rotary Club in San Marcos, one to the South Texas College of Law, and several presented at law seminars or conferences. Issues discussed in the papers and speeches include regulatory reform at the TNRCC, procedural changes, rules enforcement, the role of the General Counsel, and the hearing process for environmental law cases at TNRCC and the State Office of Administrative Hearings.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically by year, then in reverse chronological order by the date the speech or paper was presented.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission General Counsel speeches and papers, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession numbers: 2002/006, 2002/157, 2003/160, and 2005/086
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Office of the General Counsel, Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission on September 7, 2001, July 30, 2002, May 14, 2003, and January 6, 2005.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, September 2001, September 2002
Accessions added and made compliant for DACS, Jessica Tucker, November 2012
Box
2002/006 Speeches and papers, 1996
8th Annual Texas Environmental Superconference, Austin, August 1996
Advanced Environmental Law Course, Dallas, April 1996
[2 folders]
San Marcos Rotary, March 1996
Environmental Law Seminar, offered by Clark, Thomas & Winters, Austin, March 1996
Baker & Botts Law Conference, Houston, February 1996
Box
2002/157 Speeches and papers, 1997
Advanced Environmental Law Course, Houston, December 1997
Water Law Conference, Austin, October 1997
Air and Waste Management Seminar, Austin, October 1997
9th Annual Advanced Administrative Law Course, Austin, September 1997
Redefining Environmental Protection, Tulsa, Oklahoma, August 1997
9th Annual Texas Environmental Superconference, Austin, July-August 1997
Talk to Dallas Administrative Law Group, Dallas, July 1997
Travis County Bar Association (TCBA) Administrative Law Conference, Austin, March 1997
Speech - South Texas College Of Law, Houston, February 1997
Box
2012/144-14 Speeches and papers, 1998
Air and Waste Management Meeting, October 15, 1998
Texas Water Law Institute, Austin, October 1-2, 1998
Speech - Introduction to TNRCC Programs, May 12, 1998
Texas A&M South Texas School of Law Environmental Conference, Houston, April 23-24, 1998
Environmental Lawyers' Group, Austin, February 26, 1999



 

Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission press releases and printed material, 1993-1999,
0.24 cubic ft.

Press releases and printed material publicize programs and events sponsored or held by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. This series consists of press releases, newsletters, and notices of conferences, seminars, or workshops conducted by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. Records are dated 1993-1999. Press releases provide information about new programs, program changes, appointments, and upcoming events, such as a clean air day or a river cleanup day, or an environmental trade fair. The newsletters report on various programs run by TNRCC. The notices are mailers sent out to agencies or other persons about upcoming TNRCC conferences, seminars, or workshops. Topics of the workshops and other events include pollution prevention, air quality control, hazardous waste, recycling, floodplain management, petroleum storage, ground water protection, water quality, leaf management, and lawn care.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in reverse chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission press releases and printed material, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2002/211
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission via the Legislative Reference Library on August 27, 2002.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, September 2002
Box
2002/211 1997-1999
1996
1995
1993-1994



 

Texas National Resource Conservation Commission agenda, 1996-1997,
0.2 cubic ft.

The Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) agenda provide information on issues to be discussed or decided at TNRCC meetings. This series consists of Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission agenda and dates from 1996 to 1997. Agenda contain both old business agenda and contested agenda as well as any addenda to the agenda. These agenda are not marked.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically by month.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Texas National Resource Conservation Commission agenda, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2004/163
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission via the Legislative Reference Library on June 8, 2004.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, November 2012
Box
2012/144-14 January-August 1996
August 1996-June 1997
July-November 1997



 

Commission meeting tapes, 1982-1994,
19 cubic ft.

The Texas Water Commission and the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission advised on environmental law. The meeting tapes contain Texas Water Commission and Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission meeting minutes and agenda and date from 1982 to 1994. Minutes are not available in paper form for most of the years present in this series. The inventory of the meeting tapes in accession 2005/177 in this finding aid was created from an inventory supplied by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. It has not been verified by archives staff. Accession 2012/092 contains agenda meeting tapes of the Texas Water Commission and the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. Minutes include regular, contested, and uncontested agenda items as well as old, new, and continuing business items. Titles have been taken directly from tape labels. The full form is not apparent for some of the abbreviations used. Agenda meetings may have more than one set of tapes per date.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in chronological order. Misfilings have been corrected by archives staff.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commission meeting tapes, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2005/177, 2012/092
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on August 3, 2005 and December 22, 2011.
Technical Requirements
To obtain equipment to listen to the audiocassettes, please contact the Preservation Officer.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, April 2012, July 2013
Box
2005/177-1 Commission meeting tapes
September 1, 1982-August 31, 1985
Box
2005/177-2 September 1, 1985-March 31, 1986
Box
2005/177-3 April 1, 1986-August 31, 1986
Box
2005/177-4 September 1, 1986-February 28, 1987
Box
2005/177-5 March 1, 1987-August 31, 1987
Box
2005/177-6 September 1, 1987-February 28, 1988
Box
2005/177-7 March 1, 1988-August 31, 1988
Box
2005/177-8 September 1, 1988-February 28, 1989
Box
2005/177-9 March 1, 1989-August 31, 1989
Box
2005/177-10 September 1, 1989-December 31, 1989
Box
2005/177-11 January 1, 1990-August 31, 1990
Box
2005/177-12 January 1991-July 1991
Box
2005/177-13 August 1991-December 1991
Box
2005/177-14 January 8, 1992-July 23, 1992
Box
2005/177-15 August 26, 1992-December 16, 1992
Box
2012/092-1 Texas Water Commission agenda meetings:
January 6, 1993
[10 tapes]
January 6, 1993
January 13, 1993
January 13, 1993
[2 tapes]
Policy agenda, January 25, 1993
[2 tapes]
January 27, 1993
[2 tapes]
February 3, 1993
[2 tapes]
February 3, 1993
February 10, 1993
[2 tapes]
February 10, 1993
[2 tapes]
March 3, 1993
[5 tapes]
March 3, 1993
March 10, 1993
[3 tapes]
March 17, 1993
[Note: There are two copies of this tape. One is damaged.]
March 17, 1993
[3 tapes]
March 24, 1993
[2 tapes]
March 24, 1993
March 24, 1993
[2 tapes]
March 24, 1993
March 31, 1993
[2 tapes]
March 31, 1993
April 2, 1993
[5 tapes]
April 7, 1993
April 7, 1993
[2 tapes]
April 14, 1993
[11 tapes]
April 19, 1993
[2 tapes]
5:00 p.m. meeting, April 22, 1993
[6 tapes]
April 27, 1993
[2 tapes]
April 28, 1993
April 28, 1993
[2 tapes]
May 5, 1993
[2 tapes]
May 12, 1993
[2 tapes]
May 19, 1993
May 19, 1993
[5 tapes]
Policy agenda, May 24, 1993
[2 tapes]
May 26, 1993
May 26, 1993
[10 tapes]
Task force, May 27, 1993
[3 tapes]
June 2, 1993
June 2, 1993
[6 tapes]
Community Meeting, Elf Atochem Agreed Order, June 10, 1993
[2 tapes]
[Note: According to the labels, there should be three tapes in this set, but only two are present.]
June 23, 1993
[2 tapes]
June 23, 1993
[4 tapes]
July 14, 1993
[8 tapes]
July 28, 1993
[2 tapes]
July 28, 1993
Box
2012/092-2 August 18, 1993
[6 tapes]
August 18, 1993
[2 tapes]
August 25, 1993
[10 tapes]
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission agenda meetings:
September 1, 1993
September 1, 1993
September 1, 1993
[2 tapes]
September 1, 1993
Box
2012/092-1 September 8, 1993
September 8, 1993
[3 tapes]
Box
2012/092-2 September 13, 1993
[3 tapes]
September 13, 1993
[3 tapes]
September 15, 1993
September 15, 1993
September 17, 1993
[3 tapes]
Box
2012/092-1 September 22, 1993
[10 tapes]
September 22, 1993
Box
2012/092-2 September 27, 1993
[7 tapes]
September 29, 1993
[4 tapes]
September 29, 1993
[4 tapes]
September 29, 1993
October 6, 1993
[2 tapes]
October 13, 1993
[Note: According to the labels, there should be three tapes in this set, but only two are present.]
October 15, 1993
[3 tapes]
October 20, 1993
[3 tapes]
October 27, 1993
[12 tapes]
October 27, 1993
October 27, 1993
[Note: According to the labels, there should be twelve tapes in this set, but only Tape 4 is bou present.]
November 1, 1993
[4 tapes]
November 17, 1993
[5 tapes]
November 19, 1993
[2 tapes]
December 1, 1993
[8 tapes]
December 8, 1993
[5 tapes]
December 8, 1993
[5 tapes]
December 15, 1993
[9 tapes]
Box
2012/092-3 Texas Ecologist dba (doing business as) TECO, E. Bourbon, January 3, 1994
[4 tapes]
Trinity Water Reserve, Devers, January 4, 1994
[3 tapes]
Technology/Northwest Consolidation, Sorrells, January 4, 1994
Trinity Water Reserve, Todd, January 4, 1994
Lake LBJ, Sorrells, January 5, 1994
Safety-Kleen, Rogan, January 6, 1994
Petition of Bartonville WSC (Water Supply Corporation) against the City of Highland Village, Wood, January 10, 1994
San Jacinto/Johnson County, O'Neal, January 10, 1994
Laidlaw, Rogan, January 11, 1994
Technology/Hydraulics, Inc., Bourbon, January 11, 1994
[3 tapes]
Dos Republicas, Craven, January 12, 1994
[4 tapes]
Technology/Hydraulics, Inc., Bourbon, January 12, 1994
Go Crete, January 12, 1994
IMC Waste Disposal, C. Hurd, January 13, 1994
Technology/Hydraulics, Inc., Bourbon, January 13, 1994
[4 tapes]
Technology/Hydraulics, Inc., Bourbon, January 14, 1994
[4 tapes]
Hill Country Water Supply, Bateman, January 18, 1994
Lenz dba QV Utility, Rogan, January 18, 1994
Trophy Club MUD (Municipal Utility District), Broyles, January 19, 1994
[4 tapes]
Trophy Club MUD, Broyles, January 20, 1994
[2 tapes]
Kalsbeek Dairy, Hurd, Cindy, January 20, 1994
Bexar-Medina-Atascosa, Rogan, January 24, 1994
Sentry Environmental, Zukauckas, January 24, 1994
[5 tapes]
Trinity Water Reserve, Devers, January 24-31, 1994
[4 tapes]
[Note: According to the labels, there should be fourteen tapes in this set, but only four are present.]
Sentry Environmental (Remand), Zukauckas, January 25, 1994
[5 tapes]
Sentry Environmental (Remand), Zukauckas, January 26, 1994
[5 tapes]
Coastal Crudes, Sorrells, January 28, 1994
San Juan, City of, Limes, January 31, 1994
Trinity Water Reserve, #30102, undated
Villas on Lake Travis, Rogan, February 1, 1994
Military Highway, Limes, February 2, 1994
San Jacinto/Johnson County, O'Neal, February 2, 1994
Sentry Environmental, Zukauckas, February 4, 1994
[2 tapes]
Kempner, Robards, February 7, 1994
[3 tapes]
Clint I.S.D. (Independent School District), Bateman, February 8, 1994
Veteran Affairs, Department of, Hurd, February 10, 1994
East Texas Water and Sewer, E. Bourbon, February 10, 1994
[2 tapes]
Pilgrim Acres, February 10, 1994
Trophy Club MUD, Broyles, February 11, 1994
[2 tapes]
Cardinal Valley, Sorrells, February 11, 1994
Brushy Creek MUD, Limes, February 14, 1994
[2 tapes]
G. Kelly Brewer, Wood, February 14, 1994
Stonegate Utilities, Hurd, February 14, 1994
Texas Resorts, Zukauckas, February 15, 1994
Weirich Brothers, Inc., Craven, February 16, 1994
FIR Cattle Company, Wood, February 16, 1995
Hill Country Northwest, Bateman, February 17, 1994
Three Lakes MUD #1, O'Neal, February 18, 1994
Lay, Vernon/Paisano Preliminary Hearing, Bateman, February 22, 1994
Preliminary Hearing, City of Kilgore, February 24, 1994
Orbit Systems, Inc., Wood, February 25, 1994
Lenz dba QV Utilities, Rogan, February 28, 1994
[3 tapes]
Sanifill of Texas, Craven, February 28, 1994
Sportsman's World MUD, Limes, March 1, 1994
Texana Tank Car & Manufacturing, Bateman, March 2, 1994
Paper Chemicals Preliminary Hearing, Bateman, March 2, 1994
Paper Chemicals Preliminary Hearing, Bateman, March 2, 1994
Bell Thunderbird, Robards, March 3, 1994
Carrizo Springs, Sorrells, March 3, 1994
Three Lakes MUD #1, O'Neal, March 3, 1994
Fine Trails Utility Company, Inc., Wood, March 7, 1994
C. J. Holloway, O'Neal, March 7, 1994
Lavaca-Navidad, Sorrells, March 8, 1994
Safety-Kleen, Rogan, March 10, 1994
[2 tapes]
Williamson County - Status Con., Todd, March 11, 1994
Enterprise Products Company, Broyles, March 13, 1995
Pharr, City of, Rogan, March 14, 1994
Trinity Water Reserve, Devers, undated
[14 tapes]
Military Highway, Limes, March 14, 1994
Associated Milk Producers, Hurd, March 15, 1994
[3 tapes]
Lyondell, Broyles, March 17, 1994
Stebec, Inc., Permit #1366-01, Broyles, March 17, 1994
Dos Republicas, Craven, March 21, 1994
Rollins Environmental, Forrester, March 22, 1994
Big Bend (Study Butte), March 24, 1994
Cody B. Lewis dba Water Works, Rogan, March 24, 1994
Water Well Drillers, Bateman, March 24, 1994
[2 tapes]
Highsun/Coffee City, Robards, March 29, 1994
Liquilux, Inc., Zukauckas, March 29, 1994
Comal County UWCD (United Water Conservation District), Todd, March 31, 1994
[2 tapes]
Box
2012/092-4 Wiedenfeld, R, Rogan, April 1, 1994
Sportsman's World MUD, Limes, April 4, 1994
Sherman, City of/Knollwood, Bateman, April 5, 1994
Boulan, city of; Permit #1172-01, Wood, April 6, 1994
Three Lakes MUD #1, O'Neal, April 7, 1994
Texas Commerce Bank, Robards, April 7, 1994
[2 tapes]
Rulemaking Hearing Chapters, C. G. Hayes, April 7, 1994
[2 tapes]
Palm Valley Estates Utility District, Todd, April 7, 1994
Texas Commerce Bank, Robards, April 8, 1994
[3 tapes]
Holly Ranch Col, Inc., April 11, 1994
Galleria Holding, Ltd., O'Neal, April 11, 1994
Richland Hidden Springs, Ltd., Bateman, April 11, 1994
Lee County Coating, Zukauckas, April 12, 1994
Trinity Industries Co., Robards, April 13, 1994
[2 tapes]
Axtell, ISD, Permit #11576-002, Todd, April 13, 1994
Lake Texana, Craven, April 13, 1994
[2 tapes]
TCW Water Supply, Inc., Bateman, April 14, 1994
Suburban Utilities, Rogan, April 14, 1994
San Marcos, city of, Broyles, April 14, 1994
[3 tapes]
Lorax Corp., FKA-Greenwall Corp., Robards, April 14, 1994
Palm View, Robards, April 15, 1994
Franklin Water, Broyles, April 18, 1994
West Wood Utility Corp., Craven, April 18, 1994
Palmview, April 19-20, 1994
[5 tapes]
Baker Performance Chem., O'Neal, April 21, 1994
Haas-Anderson Construction, Wood, April 21, 1994
Willis Water, Sorrells, April 22, 1994
AIM Company, Inc., Zukauckas, April 22, 1994
Dos Republicas, Craven, April 25, 1994
Cameron County FWSD (Freshwater Supply District) #1, Bateman, April 26, 1994
[4 tapes]
Hill Country Northwest Water Supply, Bateman, April 28, 1994
Rich-Mix, Zukauckas, April 28, 1994
Orbit Systems, Inc., Wood, April 29, 1994
S Estates WSC (Water Supply Corporation), O'Neal, May 2, 1994
Greens Parkway MUD, Limes, May 3, 1994
Rich-Mix, Zukauckas, May 4, 1994
Arlington/Fort Worth, Sullivan, May 5, 1994
Johnson V.E., permit #D30548-X, Crawford, May 5, 1994
Waste Management of Texas, Sorrells, May 7, 1994
[2 tapes]
Mesquite v. Garland, Sorrells, May 9, 1994
Glenwood Acres, Fantl, May 13, 1994
HEB Foundation, Permit #21-3148, May 16, 1994
Dallas, city of, Rogan, May 17, 1994
[3 tapes]
Pine Trails Utility Company, Docket #30226-R, Wood, May 17, 1994
Dallas, city of, Rogan, May 18, 1994
[3 tapes]
Dallas, city of, Rogan, May 19, 1994
[3 tapes]
LaMarque, city of, Bateman, May 19, 1994
[3 tapes]
Big Eddy Water System, Permit #30334-R, Robards, May 19, 1994
Lake LBJ MUD, Limes, May 23, 1994
Brazos River Authority, Bateman, May 23, 1994
Country Terrace Water Co., Zukauckas, May 23, 1994
Lake LBJ MUD, Sorrells, May 24, 1994
Stebec, Permit #13666-01, Broyles, May 24, 1994
[4 tapes]
Weirich Brothers, Inc., Craven, May 26, 1994
Water Well Drillers, McClellan, May 26, 1994
Taiwan shrimp; Dallas, city of; Rogan, June 2, 1994
Exxon Corporation, Permit #00592, Todd, June 9, 1994
East Texas, Robards, June 13, 1994
East Crawford water supply, Zukauckas, June 13, 1994
[2 tapes]
Trinity Industries, Inc., Robards, June 13-14, 1994
[4 tapes]
Petroleum Wholesale, Sorrells, June 15, 1994
Dos Republicas, Craven, June 15, 1994
Liquilux, Inc., Zukauckas, June 15, 1994
[3 tapes]
Astro Commercial, Wood, June 17, 1994
Dos Republicas, Craven, June 20, 1994
[10 tapes]
Big Cities Utilities, McClellan, June 20, 1994
IMC Waste Disposal, Fantl, June 21, 1994
DEGA, Inc., Fantl, June 24, 1994
Manvel, city of, Limes, June 27, 1994
Weirich Brothers, Inc., June 30, 1994
Sprinkel, Steven R. and Marian S., Bateman, June 30, 1994



 

Meeting supporting documentation, 2005-2009,
53 cubic ft.

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality advises on environmental law. This series consists of Texas Commission on Environmental Quality meeting supporting documentation in the form of agenda backup material, dating from 2005 to 2009. This material includes agreed orders and executive summaries of enforcement matters.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in chronological order.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, account numbers (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.136); home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers, and personal family information of government employees and officials (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.117); and e-mail addresses (V.T.C.A., Government Code, Section 552.136), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P. O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (Dir_Lib@tsl.state.tx.us), or see our web page (http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/agency/customer/pia.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Meeting supporting documentation, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2009/071, 2010/073, 2012/147, and 2012/144
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on December 17, 2008, February 19, 2010, March 27, 2012, and April 5, 2012.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, May 2012
Box
2009/071-1 Agenda backup
December 14, 2005
[12 folders]
January 11, 2006
[11 folders]
Box
2009/071-2 January 25, 2006
[10 folders]
February 1, 2006
[6 folders]
February 8, 2006
[7 folders]
Box
2009/071-3 February 22, 2006
[12 folders]
March 8, 2006
[9 folders]
Box
2009/071-4 March 29, 2006
[15 folders]
[Note: Folders 4-7 contain Maxwell Water Supply Corporation Docket No. 2005-0001-DIS.]
April 12, 2006
[1-5 of 14 folders]
Box
2009/071-5 April 12, 2006
[6-14 of 14 folders]
April 26, 2006
[10 folders]
May 17, 2006
[1-3 of 10 folders]
Box
2009/071-6 May 17, 2006
[4-10 of 10 folders]
May 31, 2006
[9 folders]
June 14, 2006
[1-5 of 17 folders]
Box
2009/071-7 June 14, 2006
[6-17 of 17 folders]
June 28, 2006
[7 folders]
Box
2009/071-8 July 12, 2006
[10 folders]
August 9, 2006
[6 folders]
Box
2009/071-9 August 23, 2006
[6 folders]
September 20, 2006
[6 folders]
October 4, 2006
[1-5 of 9 folders]
Box
2010/073-1 October 4, 2006
[6-9 of 9 folders]
October 18, 2006
[5 folders]
November 1, 2006
[7 folders]
November 15, 2006
[1 of 10 folders]
Box
2010/073-2 November 15, 2006
[2-10 of 10 folders]
December 6, 2006
[4 folders]
December 13, 2006
[1-3 of 4 folders]
Box
2010/073-3 December 13, 2006
[4 of 4 folders]
January 10, 2007
[7 folders]
January 24, 2007
[8 folders]
Box
2010/073-4 February 7, 2007
[9 folders]
February 21, 2007
[1-7 of 8 folders]
Box
2010/073-5 February 21, 2007
[8 of 8 folders]
March 7, 2007
[7 folders]
March 28, 2007
[1-7 of 9 folders]
Box
2010/073-6 March 28, 2007
[8-9 of 9 folders]
April 11, 2007
[13 folders]
April 25, 2007
[9 folders]
April 25, 2007
[1 of 9 folders]
Box
2010/073-7 April 25, 2007
[2-9 of 9 folders]
May 9, 2007
[1-8 of 11 folders]
Box
2010/073-8 May 9, 2007
[9-11 of 11 folders]
May 23, 2007
[4 folders]
June 13, 2007
[9 folders]
Box
2010/073-9 June 27, 2007
[11 folders]
July 25, 2007
[1-5 of 24 folders]
Box
2010/073-10 July 25, 2007
[6-22 of 24 folders]
Box
2010/073-11 July 25, 2007
[23-24 of 24 folders]
August 8, 2007
[8 folders]
August 22, 2007
[1-6 of 13 folders]
Box
2010/073-12 August 22, 2007
[7-13 of 13 folders]
Backup corrections, August 22, 2007
September 6, 2006
[6 folders]
Box
2012/147-17 September 5, 2007
[7 folders]
September 19, 2007
[1-5 of 8 folders]
Box
2012/144-1 September 19, 2007
[6-8 of 8 folders]
October 10, 2007
[8 folders]
October 24, 2007
[1-5 of 8 folders]
Box
2012/144-2 October 24, 2007
[6-7 of 8 folders]
November 7, 2007
[10 folders]
December 5, 2007
[1-3 of 10 folders]
Box
2012/144-3 December 5, 2007
[4-10 of 10 folders]
December 19, 2007
[1-10 of 11 folders]
Box
2012/144-4 December 19, 2007
[11 of 11 folders]
January 16, 2008
[10 folders]
January 30, 2008
[1-6 of 13 folders]
Box
2012/144-5 January 30, 2008
[7-13 of 13 folders]
February 8, 2008
[8 folders]
February 13, 2008
[1-3 of 12 folders]
Box
2012/144-6 February 13, 2008
[4-12 of 12 folders]
February 27, 2008
[1-6 of 16 folders]
Box
2012/144-7 February 27, 2008
[7-16 of 16 folders]
March 19, 2008
[1-7 of 13 folders]
Box
2012/144-8 March 19, 2008
[8-13 of 13 folders]
April 2, 2008
[1-11 of 19 folders]
Box
2012/144-9 April 2, 2008
[12-19 of 19 folders]
May 7, 2008
[1-8 of 10 folders]
Box
2012/144-10 May 7, 2008
[9-10 of 10 folders]
May 21, 2008
[12 folders]
June 4, 2008
[1-3 of 9 folders]
Box
2012/144-11 June 4, 2008
[4-9 of 9 folders]
June 18, 2008
[11 folders]
Box
2012/144-12 July 9, 2008
[11 folders]
August 6, 2008
[1-5 of 14 folders]
Box
2012/144-13 August 6, 2008
[6-14 of 14 folders]
August 20, 2008
[1-8 of 15 folders]
Box
2012/144-14 August 20, 2008
[9-15 of 15 folders]
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2010/073-12 September 10, 2008
[1-2 of 10 folders]
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2012/147-1 September 10, 2008
[3-10 of 10 folders]
September 24, 2008
[1-9 of 10 folders]
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2012/147-2 September 24, 2008
[10 of 10 folders]
October 8, 2008
[1-16 of 18 folders]
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2012/147-3 October 8, 2008
[17-18 of 18 folders]
October 22, 2008
[9 folders]
November 5, 2008
[1-7 of 15 folders]
Box
2012/147-4 November 5, 2008
[8-15 of 15 folders]
November 19, 2008
[1-9 of 17 folders]
Box
2012/147-5 November 19, 2008
[10-17 of 17 folders]
December 10, 2008
[1-9 of 11 folders]
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2012/147-6 December 10, 2008
[10-11 of 11 folders]
January 14, 2009
[13 folders]
January 28, 2009
[1 of 12 folders]
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2012/147-7 January 28, 2009
[2-12 of 12 folders]
February 11, 2009
[1-6 of 10 folders]
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2012/147-8 February 11, 2009
[7-10 of 10 folders]
February 25, 2009
[1-10 of 19 folders]
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2012/147-9 February 25, 2009
[11-19 of 19 folders]
March 11, 2009
[1-7 of 9 folders]
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2012/147-10 March 11, 2009
[8-9 of 9 folders]
March 25, 2009
[9 folders]
April 18, 2009
[1-7 of 10 folders]
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2012/147-11 April 18, 2009
[8-10 of 10 folders]
April 22, 2009
[11 folders]
May 6, 2009
[1-3 of 7 folders]
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2012/147-12 May 6, 2009
[4-7 of 7 folders]
May 20, 2009
[10 folders]
June 3, 2009
[1-3 of 10 folders]
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2012/147-13 June 3, 2009
[4-10 of 10 folders]
June 26, 2006
[1-9 of 11 folders]
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2012/147-14 June 26, 2006
[10-11 of 11 folders]
July 8, 2009
[1-13 of 23 folders]
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2012/147-15 July 8, 2009
[14-23 of 23 folders]
August 12, 2009
[1-6 of 13 folders]
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2012/147-16 August 12, 2009
[7-13 of 13 folders]
August 26, 2009
[1-9 of 13 folders]
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2012/147-17 August 26, 2009
[10-13 of 13 folders]



 

Texas Water Commission General Counsel correspondence, 1976-1977, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1987, undated, bulk 1987,
1 cubic ft.

The Texas Water Commission (TWC) General Counsel provided legal advice to the TWC. This series consists of correspondence of the Texas Water Commission General Counsel and is dated 1976-1977, 1981, 1983, 1985, and undated. The majority of the records are dated 1987. Correspondents include TWC commissioners Paul Hopkins and Ralph Roming. The correspondence consists of requests for representation, citations, opinions, and related records.
Arrangement
These records are arranged by subject.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Texas Water Commission General Counsel correspondence, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, social security numbers (V.T.C.A., Government Code Section 552.147), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P. O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (Dir_Lib@tsl.state.tx.us), or see our web page (http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/agency/customer/pia.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2007/074
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on December 18, 2006.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, December 2012
Box
2007/074-1 Daniel Amaya, 1987
Bayou Preservation Association v. TWC (Grand Mission Corporation), 1987
Cedar Park v. TWC, 1987
Century Forest, 1987
Opinion #JM-653, 1987
Crystal Clear WSC (Water Supply Corporation) v. TWC, 1987
TWC v. Gazalski, 1987
Green Valley/City of Schertz, 1987
Index, 1987
Lake Shore Utility Company, Permit No. 11502-01, 1987
LCRA (Lower Colorado River Authority) & TWC v. Buzan & Gray, 1987
Lower Colorado Adjudication, 1987
Malone Service Company, et al. v. Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Authority, et al., 1987
Micallef/Thompson & Sweeney v. TWC (Parker County Utility District), 1987
Oakridge Water Company v. TWC, Cause No. 422, 430, 1987
Ocean Enterprises, 1976
Open Records Requests, 1987
Orion Water Company & Orion Homes v. TWC, 1987
Personnel, 1987
State v. Peyton Enterprises, 1987
Protect Lake Travis v. TWC, 1987
Ratepayers (Mays) v. TWC & Oakridge, 1987
Richmond Tank Car Company (Bankruptcy), 1987
City of Roanoke v. Southwest Environmental Service, Inc., TWC, 1987
SAR Water Company, 1987
Site Stop v. TWC (Harlingen), 1987
Wharton County v. TWC, undated
Water Well Drillers, 1987
Miscellaneous Attorney General Opinions, 1987
Adjudication, undated
Agriculture Permits, 1987
Carrizo-Wilcox Underground Water Conservation District (Management Areas 3&4), 1987
China Spring Water Company - CCN (Certificate of Convenience and Necessity)/STM (sale, transfer, or merger), 1987
Complaint - Maxwell/Albano, 1987
Confidentiality, 1977, 1981, 1983, 1985
Corps of Engineers, 1987
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) - Hazardous Waste Authorization, 1987
Employee Attendance Records, 1987
[Note: Contains employee social security numbers]
FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission)/Canyon Dam/G-BRA (Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority Hydroelectric Project), 1987
Hazardous Waste, 1987
Hill Country Waterworks Company, Stone Oaks Subdivision, 1987
Miscellaneous - Hopkins
[Note: Empty folder removed]
Kelly Air Force - Hazardous Waste Permit, 1987
Lust, November 1985
[Contains brochures printed by the Environmental Protection Agency on underground storage tanks.]
Lake of the Hills (Krochmal/Naler), 1987
Lake of the Hills Estates Water Company, 1987
Leave Cards, 1987
Miscellaneous Legal - Enforcement, 1987
Legislative Roster (70th Legislature), 1987
Maxwell Water Supply Corporation/Country Glen Estates, 1987
Press Releases, 1987
Miscellaneous - Rates, 1987
Revocation of Permits, 1987
River Authority Study Issues (Original), undated
Rolling Fork PUD (Public Utility District), 1987
Miscellaneous - Roming, 1987
Rulemaking, 1987
Rules Log, 1987
Secretary of State, 1987
Supplies Requisition Copies, 1987
Texas Water Development Board, 1987
Tri-County Utilities/Melody Hills, 1987
Correspondence, 1987



 

Commissioners' correspondence and reading files, 1991-1995,
11 cubic ft.

The Texas Water Commission and the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission advised on environmental law. This series consists of the correspondence and reading files of commissioners John Hall, Pam Reed, and Peggy Garner and date from 1991 to 1995, spanning the Texas Water Commission and Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. Correspondents include members of the State Legislature, the Texas Air Control Board, and the general public. Reading files provided background information to the commissioners on a wide variety of topics including permits, contracts, waste management, and various project plans.
Arrangement
These records are divided first into correspondence, reading files, and staff reports, then by commissioner, and chronologically within each commissioner's files with the following exceptions: Peggy Garner's correspondence (reverse chronological order by month then chronologically within the month), John Hall's reading files (reverse chronological order) and the miscellaneous staff reports (by subject).
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioners' correspondence and reading files, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2005/178
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on August 3, 2005.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, agency memoranda and working papers (V.T.C.A., Government Code Section 552.111), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P. O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (Dir_Lib@tsl.state.tx.us), or see our web page (http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/agency/customer/pia.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, November 2012
Box
2005/178-1 Commissioners' correspondence, 1993-1995
Pam Reed
May 1993
[2 folders]
June 1993
July 1993
[2 folders]
August 1993
September 1993
[2 folders]
October 1993
[2 folders]
November 1993
December 1993
[2 folders]
January 1994
[2 folders]
February 1994
[2 folders]
March 1994
[1-2 of 3 folders]
Box
2005/178-2 March 1994
[3 of 3 folders]
April 1994
May 1994
[3 folders]
June 1994
[2 folders]
July 1994
[2 folders]
August 1994
September 1994
October 1994
November 1994
[2 folders]
December 1994
January 1995
Box
2005/178-3 February 1995
March 1995
April 1995
May 1995
June 1995
July 1995
[2 folders]
August 1995
John Hall
January 1993
[2 folders]
February 1993
[2 folders]
March 1993
[3 folders]
April 1993
[3 folders]
May 1993
[2 folders]
June 1993
[2 folders]
Box
2005/178-4 July 1993
[2 folders]
August 1993
[2 folders]
September 1993
[3 folders]
October 1993
[3 folders]
November 1993
[3 folders]
December 1993
[2 folders]
January 1994
[2 folders]
February 1994
[1-2 of 3 folders]
Box
2005/178-5 February 1994
[3 of 3 folders]
March 1994
April 1994
May 1994
[2 folders]
June 1994
July 1994
August 1994
September 1994
[2 folders]
October 1994
[2 folders]
November 1994
[2 folders]
December 1994
[2 folders]
Box
2005/178-8 January-February 1995
[Note: Correspondence folders for 1995 may also contain some reading files.]
March-May 1995
June-July 1995
Box
2005/178-7 Peggy Garner
March 6-15 (part 1 of 2), 1995
February 14-March 15 (part 2 of 2), 1995
January 12-February 17, 1995
January 17-25, 1995
November 10, 1994-January 30, 1995
September 6-November 15, 1994
July 12-September 7, 1994
May 23-July 22, 1994
Box
2005/178-8 April 18-May 24, 1994
April 19-25, 1994
March 18-April 27, 1997
February 8-March 21, 1994
January 5-February 9, 1994
January 6-24, 1994
Box
2005/178-6 November 5, 1993-January 31, 1994
October 19-November 8, 1993
September 17-October 20, 1993
August 27-September 21, 1993
June 4-August 30, 1994
April 12-June 8, 1993
Box
2005/178-7 March 16-April 13, 1993
February 16-March 17, 1993
January 12-February 17, 1993
January 13-25, 1993
January 26-29, 1993
Box
2005/178-5 Reading files, 1992-1994
Pam Reed
March 1992
[2 folders]
April 1992
May 1992
June 1992
July 1992
[2 folders]
Box
2005/178-6 August 1992
[2 folders]
September 1992
October 1992
November 1992
[2 folders]
December 1992
January 1993
February 1993
[2 folders]
March 1993
[3 folders]
April 1993
Box
2005/178-7 Peggy Garner
January-February 1993
March-April 1993
May-June 1993
July-August 1993
September-October 1993
November-December 1993
January-February 1994
March-April 1994
May-June 1994
July-August 1994
September-October 1994
Box
2005/178-9 John Hall
May-June 1993
April 1993
March 1993
February 1993
January 1993
December 1992
[1 of 3 folders]
Box
2005/178-10 December 1992
[2-3 of 3 folders]
November 1992
[3 folders]
October 1992
[5 folders]
Box
2005/178-11 September 1992
[3 folders]
August 1992
[3 folders]
July 1992
[3 folders]
June 1992
Box
2005/178-8 Miscellaneous staff reports, John Hall, 1991-1993
Border Funding Ideas, June 1993
Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA), January 1993
Texas Clean Water Council - Recommendations to the Texas Water Commission, November 1992
Transmittal of Agency Publication, April 1993
Petroleum Storage Tank Division Corrective Action Program, January 1993
Acquisitions and Compliance Division, October 1992
Permit Processing Subcommittee - Final Report to Task Force 21, October 1991
Meeting with Officials from Penzoil, Texaco, Star Enterprises, Shell, and Exxon, December 1991
Waste, Oil, Tires, Batteries, February 1992
Texas City by the Bay...: Goals 2000 Comprehensive Plan, July 1992
[2 folders]
Bob Gregory Notes for Meeting with John Hall on Subtitle D, January 1993
Transfer Station Information, January 1993
Permit Tracking System Status, January 1993
Commissioners' Briefing Report on Federal and State Superfund Programs in Texas Pollution Cleanup Division Executive Summary, October 1991
Fiscal Year 1992 Accomplishments, September 1992
Industrial and Hazardous Waste Permit Process, June 1992
Briefing on Mixed Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Composting, October 1992
Current and Projected Water Demands in Texas - Annual Meeting of the Texas Section of the Society for Range Management, September 1992
Internship Program, October 1992
West Dallas Phase 2 Status, November 1992
Texas Water Commission Work Session, September 1992
Koch Refining Company - Austin Terminal, January 1993
House Bill 2093, 1991 Legislature, Recodifying Water District Chapters of Water Code, January 1993
Short-term Water-related Infrastructure Needs in Texas, January 1993
Weldon Reed application for registration, January 1993
Draft MOA (memorandum of understanding) by TWDB (Texas Water Development Board); Consensus State Water Planning, January 1993
DeMarco Energy System Water-Air Heating Cooling System, February 1992
Request of the Commissioners' by C.L. Ray to consider request to retain rule change, February 1992
Texas Industry Environmental Alerts, September 1992
Meeting with Kenneth Wamble of "Friends of the Coast," September 1992
Meeting - Management Committee - Galveston Bay National Estuary Program, Houston, Texas, November 1992
Internal Draft of Municipal Sludge Emergency Regulations, December 1992
Municipal Solid Waste Permit Processing Schedule, January 1993
Municipal Solid Waste Management Program Draft #2, January 1992
Solid Waste Strategic, January 1993
Agency Permit Processing Team, June 1992
June 18th and 19th 1992 Kerrville Retreat Streamlining TWC Permitting Processes, June 1992
Permits Process Revisions, June 1992
Office of Water Resources Permit Process Evaluation and Revisions, June 1992
New Technology, January 1993
TU Electric Comanche Peak Closure Issues Landfills #3 and #4, January 1992
Mixed MSW Composting Issues Brief, December 1992
TWC Accomplishments, October 1992
Permit Hearings and Need for a Commercial Hazardous Waste Management Technology, June 1992
Recycling and Waste Minimization Work Plan, May 1992-August 1993
Minority and Women Business Enterprises Superfund Utilization Report Pollution Cleanup Division, October-June 1992
Municipal Solid Waste Overview, March 1992
Municipal Solid Waste Subtitle D, October 1993
Municipal Solid Waste Challenges and Responses, March 1992
Summary of Permit Processing Subcommittee, October 1992
Industrial and Hazardous Waste Permits, August 1992
Permit Process for Water Rights and Water Quality Applications, May 1992
Policy Committee Bylaws - Galveston Bay National Estuary Program - Working Draft of Revisions, January 1992
Trinity River Study, September 1992
Submittal of Early Draft 1992 Update of the Texas Water Plan for TWC Review and Comment, August 1992
Texas Environmental Advisory Council Regulatory Position Paper for Silver, June 1992
Comparative Risk Study, May 1992
Texas River Compacts Data/Issues Summary, May 1992
Vision, Mission, and Role of the Water Policy Division, September 1992
City of Garland Natural Resource Conservation Program Concept Report, January 1993
Galveston Bay National Estuary Program All-Conference Workshop Agenda, March 1993
[1 of 2 folders]
Box
2005/178-9 Galveston Bay National Estuary Program All-Conference Workshop Agenda, March 1993
[2 of 2 folders]
PST (Petroleum Storage Tank) Task Force II Goals and Accomplishments, December 1992
Petroleum Storage Tank Task Force - Status Report, July 1992
PST Monies, May 1993
Detailed Instructions for Preparing and Submitting Requests for Legislative Appropriations for the Biennium Beginning September 1, 1993 Executive, Administrative, Human Service and Selected Public Education Agencies, June 1992
Request for Legislative Appropriations for Fiscal Years 1994 and 1995, October 1992
General Information on the Edwards Aquifer, 1992-1993, undated
[9 folders]
Environmental Agencies Transition Committee Consolidation Issues - Statutory Cleanup, 1992-1993, undated
TACB (Texas Air Control Board)/TWC Team to Review Gibraltar Upset, January 13, 1993
Hunter Environmental Services Inc. - Concern of Officials Named in Two Stock Related Suits, January 20, 1993
TWC Establishes Water Quality Task Force, August 28, 1991
Members of the Legislative Audit Committee, January 29, 1992
Subject: Agency Exempt Board, January 31, 1992
Subject: 1-800 Hotline, February 13, 1993
Concept Papers, December 9, 1991
Study of Water and Development in the Lower Rio Grande Valley Region, September 20, 1991
TWC Exempt Appointment Notice - Effective August 1, 1993; Program Director: Corpus Christi Bay National Estuary Program, April 30, 1993
Re: Workplans, December 18, 1992
Subject: 1989 TRI (Toxic Release Inventory) State Report, September 4, 1992
Subject: Waste to Fuel Issue, July 21, 1992
Subject: New OPPC (Office of Pollution Prevention and Conservation) Publication, July 20, 1993
Re: Additional Thoughts about the Model Consolidation Agencies Enforcement Process, September 9, 1992
Subject: Material for the September 11, 1992 Committee Meeting, September 3, 1992
Box
2005/178-10 Environmental Agencies Transition Committee Agenda, March 6, 1992
Subject: Draft Subcommittees' Workplans, March 23, 1992
Subject: Subcommittee Study Topics, May 19, 1992
Re: September 11 Environmental Agency Transition Materials, October 1, 1992
Environmental Agencies Transition, October 1, 1992
Subject: Governor's Environmental Agency Transition Committee Meeting of October 30, 1992, October 23, 1992
Environmental Agencies Transition Committee, 1992
Reduction in Force (RIF) Program, 1986
Petroleum Storage Tanks (PST), 1991-1992, undated
[5 folders]
North Texas Clean Air Coalition, April 29, 1993
El Paso Air Package, July 1993
Environmental and Energy Study Institute/1992 Briefing Book, 1992
Haynes-Eaglin-Waters, June 9, 1992