Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Public Utility Commission:

An Inventory of Public Utility Commission Commissioners Files at the Texas State Archives, 1966, 1973-2002, 2006-2014, undated, bulk 1975-2002



Overview

Creator: Texas. Public Utility Commission
Title: Public Utility Commission commissioners files
Dates: 1966, 1973-2002, 2006-2014, undated
Dates (Bulk): bulk 1975-2002
Abstract: The Texas Public Utility Commission (PUC) regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records present include incoming and outgoing correspondence; internal memos and reports; topical research reports and studies by staff, utility companies/associations, consultants, or outside interest groups; annual reports and other publications by utilities under PUC regulation; papers from professional or trade association meetings; speech material; legislative committee reports; proposed legislation; surveys conducted by outside groups; proposals (and comments) for rule changes being considered by the Commission; copies of dockets, complaints, and orders; copies of hearings before the Federal Communications Commission; resolutions and some minutes from professional associations; petitions from utility customers; press releases by the Commission; speeches, papers, and presentations made by commissioners; and a few dissenting opinions from Commissioner Jo Campbell. Dates covered are 1966, 1973-2002, 2006-2014 and undated, bulk 1975-2002. These are correspondence and subject files of the Commissioners of the Texas Public Utility Commission. The vast majority of the records are files of Place 1 and Place 2 Commissioners (1966, 1973-1995, and 2006-2014). A small amount of correspondence is present for Place 3 Commissioners (1983-1985 and 2006-2014).
Quantity: 68.14 cubic ft.
Language: These materials are written predominately in English with scattered Spanish throughout.
Repository: Texas State Archives
Sponsor: This EAD finding aid was created in part with funds provided by the Texas Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund Board for the Texas Archival Resources Online project.

Agency History

The Texas Public Utility Commission was created in 1975 by the Public Utility Regulatory Act, House Bill 819, 64th Texas Legislature, Regular Session. The Commission assumed its regulatory duties on January 1, 1976. The Commission is composed of three salaried members, appointed by the governor with concurrence of the senate to six-year overlapping terms. The governor designates the chair. For two years prior to their appointment the commissioners may not have served as officers, directors, owners, employees, partners, or legal representatives of any public utility or affiliated interest, and may not have owned stocks or bonds worth $10,000 or more in a public utility, affiliated interest, or direct competitor of a public utility.

The Public Utility Commission (PUC) regulates telecommunication and electric services in Texas. It has original jurisdiction over electric utilities that operate in unincorporated areas of Texas local exchange telephone companies, and several river authorities in the state. In September 1995, electric and telephone cooperatives received the option of requesting that their rates be deregulated and some have done so. The generating facilities of the Lower Colorado River Authority were also removed from PUC jurisdiction.

The PUC has appellate jurisdiction over investor-owned electric utilities operating within Texas cities and over municipal systems. The PUC regulates local exchange telephone carriers but does not have jurisdiction over the rates of long-distance telephone carriers. The PUC has limited jurisdiction over telephone operator services and pay phone providers, automatic dialing/announcing devices, and telephone solicitors. Initially, the PUC also had jurisdiction over water and sewer utilities. These latter duties were transferred to the Texas Water Commission in 1986.

The primary role of the Commissioners is to serve in a judicial capacity in utility rate cases and other proceedings, including considering requests for notice of intent, requests for certificates of operating authority (formerly certificates of convenience and necessity), and requests for deregulation. The Commissioners articulate policy through the issuance of final orders and rules. The Commissioners hold meetings once or twice a month to consider cases, adopt agency rules, make legislative recommendations, develop long-range agency goals and plans, and set regulatory policy. The Commission has the authority to make and enforce rules necessary to carry out its functions.

Additional duties of the Commission include monitoring the management of all public utilities, conducting management audits of utilities under its jurisdiction, investigating property sales and mergers by utilities, registering telecommunication providers, encouraging use of alternative energy resources, and managing Universal Service Fund. This fund was created by the 70th Legislature in 1987 (Senate Bill 444, Regular Session) to fund programs that assist local exchange companies in providing basic local exchange service at reasonable rates in high-cost rural areas. Legislation in 1997 changed the name to the Texas Universal Service Fund (75th Legislature, Senate Bill 1751, Regular Session).

In 1995, the 74th Legislature passed legislation (House Bill 2128 and Senate Bill 373) that significantly changed the focus of the Public Utility Commission and resulted in a major reorganization of the agency. The legislation provided an option for the deregulation of rates for electric and telephone utility cooperatives, and also mandated that the Lower Colorado River Authority would no longer be regulated by the PUC with respect to its electric generating and transmission facilities.

The Texas Telecommunications Act, or House Bill 2128, directed the PUC to advance the development of competition in telephone service at the local level. The Commission must protect the public interest while fostering competition and advancement in telecommunications. A key issue in this bill was opening the local telecommunications market to competition with the issuing of two types of certificates to new telecommunications companies. The bill brought forth changes in rate regulation of companies and defined policy goals for the development of an advanced telecommunications infrastructure in Texas.

Senate Bill 373 affected electric utility regulation. The bill included significant changes to promote the development of competition among wholesale providers of electricity. The Commission is mandated to prepare a statewide integrated resource plan presenting demand projections, resource needs, and solicitation plans. The bill also changed and clarified matters regarding the regulatory authority of municipalities.

In 1997, the Comptroller's Office issued a performance review report on the PUC calling for expanded customer education. The report also directed the PUC to help utility customers make informed decisions about their utility choices. In response, the PUC created a new division, the Office of Customer Protection.

In 1999, the 76th Legislature passed legislation (Senate Bill 7) that restructured the electric utility industry and mandated retail electric choice for customers on January 1, 2002. It also passed legislation that further deregulated the telecommunications industry and reduced access charges (House Bill 777) as well as legislation that added protection for telecommunications customers (Senate Bill 560).

The agency underwent a major reorganization in 1995, going from seven divisions (Administrative Division, Electric Division, Telephone Division, General Counsel Division, Hearings Division, Information Systems and Services Division, and Operations Review Division) -- to three offices (Office of Policy Development, Office of Regulatory Affairs, and the Executive Office). The latter two offices each contain several divisions. The Hearings Division of the Commission was transferred to the State Office of Administrative Hearings as mandated by Senate Bill 373, 74th Legislature, 1995. Further reorganization in 1997 resulted in the creation of a new office, the Office of Consumer Protection. As of 1999, the Public Utility Commission is composed of the Office of Policy Development, the Office of Regulatory Affairs, the Office of Consumer Protection, and the Administrative Division.

Office of Policy Development

The Office of Policy Development functions as the policy advisor of the agency. This office advises the commissioners on policy issues, manages strategic analysis and planning for regulatory issues affecting telephone and electric matters, organizes public hearings in rulemaking projects, prepares preliminary orders in some key protested cases that identify issues of significant policy interest, and prepares final orders in accord with Commission vote. The office also coordinates the processing of cases sent to the State Office of Administrative Hearings.

Office of Regulatory Affairs

The Office of Regulatory Affairs (ORA) has four divisions: Legal, Financial Review, Electric Utility Analysis and Telecommunications Analysis. The ORA is responsible for recording protested cases that are sent to the State Office of Administrative Hearings. The office reviews unprotested filings, and develops and prepares for publication amendments to the Commission's Substantive and Procedural rules. It also monitors the quality of service that utilities are providing to consumers, reviews transmission line applications, assists with the assignment of area codes, and evaluates certificates of operating authority.

Office of Consumer Protection

The Office of Consumer Protection educates and informs consumers of their rights and enforces PUC rules and statutes. It resolves complaints from utility customers, notifies utilities of violations and penalties, and collects refunds for customers resulting from penalties against utility companies.

Administrative Division

The Administrative Division, headed by the Executive Director, has four sections: Human Resources, Fiscal Services and Purchasing, the Mail Room, and Information Resources, which includes the Library, Central Records, and Computer Support Services.

(Vernon's Ann. Civ. St., Article 1445c-0)


Scope and Contents of the Records

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records present include incoming and outgoing correspondence; internal memos and reports; topical research reports and studies by staff, utility companies/associations, consultants, or outside interest groups; annual reports and other publications by utilities under PUC regulation; papers from professional or trade association meetings; speech material; legislative committee reports; proposed legislation; surveys conducted by outside groups; proposals (and comments) for rule changes being considered by the Commission; copies of dockets, complaints, and orders; copies of hearings before the Federal Communications Commission; resolutions and some minutes from professional associations; petitions from utility customers; press releases by the Commission; speeches, papers and presentations made by commissioners; and a few dissenting opinions from Commissioner Jo Campbell. Dates covered are 1966, 1973-2002, 2006-2012 and undated, bulk 1975-2002. These are correspondence and subject files of the Commissioners of the Texas Public Utility Commission (PUC). The vast majority of the records are files of Place 1 and Place 2 Commissioners (1966, 1973-1995, and 2006-2014). A small amount of correspondence is present for Place 3 Commissioners (1983-1985 and 2006-2014).

Correspondents include other state agencies and officials, utility companies and associations, legislators and congressmen, federal agencies and officials, utility commissioners in other states, professional and trade associations, businesses, and the general public. Memoranda are present from (and between) the Commissioners, the Executive Director and other staff, including division directors, the Special Counsel, and others.

Topics discussed in these records cover the range of the Public Utility Commission's activities including regulation and deregulation of telephone and electric utilities; telephone access changes; consumer complaints of rate charges; research into and contemporary concerns with energy and economic development issues, such as nuclear power, cogeneration, bulk power transmission, load management, and time-of-day rates; pending and new state and federal legislation; and litigation involving the Public Utility Commission.

Each Commissioner acts independently in the PUC, so there is not a central filing system. On occasion, the same materials may be present in the Place 1, Place 2, or Place 3 sets of files.


Organization of the Records

These records are organized into eighteen series.
Commissioners files, Place 1, 1975-1985, bulk 1975-1982, 6.5 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Place 1, 1966, 1975-1988, bulk 1983-1987, 12.7 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Place 1, about 1975-1987, bulk 1985-1987, 1.18 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Place 1, Marta Greytok's files, 1992, 0.47 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Place 1, Sarah Goodfriend's files, 1992-1995, 5.65 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Place 1, Pat Wood's files, 1990-2001, undated, bulk 1995-2001, 11.5 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Place 1, Max Yzaguirre's files, 2000-2002, undated, 7.88 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Place 1, Paul Hudson's files, 2003-2008, 0.17 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Places 1 and 3, Barry T. Smitherman's files, 2006-2010, 0.46 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Places 1 and 2, Donna L. Nelson's files, 2009-2012, fractional
Commissioners files, Place 2, 1973, 1976-1991, bulk 1979-1987, 15.75 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Place 2, 1981, 1984-1997, bulk 1987-1991, 2.3 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Place 2, Jo Campbell's files, 1977, 1986-1991, 0.71 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Place 2, Judy W. Walsh's files, 1995-2001, undated, 1.58 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Place 2, Julie Parsley's files, 2006-2007, fractional
Commissioners files, Place 3, 1983-1985, bulk 1984, 0.71 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Place 3, Patricia A. Curran's files, 1997-1998, undated, 0.58 cubic ft.
Commissioners files, Place 3, Kenneth W. Anderson's files, 2009-2014, 0.10 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 (Texas Government Code Section 552.111); attorney-client privilege (Texas, Government Code Section 552.107); e-mail addresses (Texas Government Code, Section 552.137); financial information (Texas Government Code, Section 552.136); and social security numbers (Texas 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 (https://www.tsl.texas.gov/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

Records contain information on 3.5-inch floppy disks. The researcher wishing to view any of the information on the disks should consult with Archives staff and be aware that the Archives may not own the equipment needed to access some information. Some information on the disks may be exempted from disclosure under the Texas Public Information Act, and the disks themselves may or may not still be readable. Please see the Archives staff for more information.


Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects:
Public utilities--Law and legislation--Texas.
Public utilities--Rates--Law and legislation--Texas.
Public utilities--Deregulation--Texas.
Electric utilities--Law and legislation--Texas.
Electric utilities--Rates--Law and legislation--Texas.
Telecommunication--Law and legislation--Texas.
Telecommunication--Rates--Law and legislation--Texas.
Public service commissions--Texas.
Energy development--Texas.
Economic development--Texas.
Document Types:
Correspondence--Texas.
Memorandums--Texas.
Reports--Texas.
Papers (documents)--Texas.
Speeches (documents)--Texas-.
Presentations (communicative events)--Texas.
Petitions--Texas.
Proposals--Texas.
Decisions--Texas.
Notes--Texas.
Logs (records)--Texas.
Functions:
Regulating public utilities.
Regulating telecommunication.
Regulating electric utilities.

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 Public Utility Commission, Records, 1977-2002, 20.38 cubic ft.
Texas Public Utility Commission, Meeting files, 1975-2012, 120.46 cubic ft.
Texas Secretary of State, Public utility reports, 1961-1980, 6.02 cubic ft. [There is no finding aid for these unprocessed records. Call numbers are 307-327 thru 351.]
Texas Legislature, Senate, Economic Development Committee, Records, 1974-1997, 94.70 cubic ft. (The most relevant series is the Research files of the general counsel, 1974-1996 (bulk 1991-1996), 13 cubic ft.)
Strays Collection, Texas Secretary of State, Public utilities annual reports, 1910-1911, 1917-1918, April 1899 incoming correspondence, fractional (unprocessed, Box S6)

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1996/113, 1997/046, 2000/121, 2000/124, 2000/176, 2005/139, 2006/076, 2008/044, 2009/064, 2010/011, 2011/038, 2012/018, 2013/044, 2014/015, and 2015/034.

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Public Utility Commission on May 30 and November 15, 1996; February 24, March 1, and July 24, 2000; April 20 and December 9, 2005; October 23, 2007; December 2, 2008; September 25, 2009; October 25, 2010; October 12, 2011; November 6, 2012; October 7, 2013 and September 29, 2014.

Processing Information

Processed by Laura K. Saegert, March 1998

Additions to existing series of Commissioners files and two new series added by Laura K. Saegert, March 2001

Finding aid converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by TARO using the style sheet v1to02.xsl, July 22, 2003

Eight new accessions added, ten new series created, and DACS compliance by Jessica Tucker, July 2013

Two new accessions added by Jessica Tucker, March 2015

Accruals

Files of most commissioners are usually sent to the Archives several years after the end of their term.


Detailed Description of the Records

Commissioners files, Place 1, 1975-1985, bulk 1975-1982,
6.5 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records in this series include correspondence; internal memos and reports; topical research reports and studies by staff, utility companies/associations, consultants, or outside interest groups; annual reports and other publications by utilities under PUC regulation; papers from professional or trade association meetings; legislative committee reports; proposed legislation; surveys conducted by outside groups; proposals (and comments) for rule changes being considered by the Commission; copies of dockets, complaints, and orders; copies of hearings before the Federal Communications Commission; resolutions and some minutes from professional associations; petitions from utility customers; and press releases. These are correspondence and subject files of the Commissioners filling Place 1 on the Texas Public Utility Commission. Dates of the records are 1975-1985, the bulk dating from the term of Garrett Morris, 1975-1982. Other Commissioners briefly represented in these records are Tommie G. Smith, who served 1982-1983, and Peggy Rosson, who served 1983-1987. Correspondents include other state agencies and officials, utility companies and associations, legislators and congressmen, federal agencies and officials, utility commissioners in other states, professional and trade associations, businesses, and the general public.
Topics discussed include regulation and deregulation of telephone and electric utilities; telephone access changes; consumer complaints of rate charges; research into and contemporary concerns with energy and economic development issues, such as nuclear power; pending and new state and federal legislation; and litigation involving the Public Utility Commission.
The series Commissioners files, Place 1, 1966, 1975-1988, bulk 1983-1987, largely cover the period Peggy Rosson served on the Commission. Speeches of Commissioners Morris and Smith are present in the series Speeches, found in a separate finding aid, Texas Public Utility Commission: An Inventory of Records at the Texas State Archives, 1975-2002.
Arrangement
The records are arranged alphabetically, then generally in reverse chronological order within the folders.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioner files, Place 1 (1975-1985), Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, March 1998
Box
1997/046-1 Accounting Division, 1978-1979
Administrative Division, 1978-1984
Attorney General:
January-August 1982
May-December 1981
July 1980-March 1981
October 1979-May 1980
January-April 1979
August-December 1978
June-July 1978
August 1977-February 1978
January-July 1977
Box
1997/046-2 October-November 1976
October 1976
November 1975-October 1976
Attorney General opinions:
August 1976-May 1977
April-July 1976
November 1975-April 1976
Auditor, State, 1978-1981
Board of Control, 1975-1979
Budget, 1976-1979
Clower, Senator Ron, 1977
Coal rate policy, 1977
Commissioners, personal, 1976-1979
Box
1997/046-3 Complaints:
February 1986
November 1985-January 1986
August-October 1985
August 1985
May-July 1985
April 1985
January-March 1985
December 1984-January 1985
January-July 1982
October-December 1981
November 1980-October 1981
June 1980
Consumer Affairs Division, 1982, 1984
Box
1997/046-4 Senate Subcommittee on Consumer Affairs:
November 1976-September 1978
October 1976
March, October 1976
Correspondence, miscellaneous and personal:
December 1986-January 1987
February-December 1986
June 1979-August 1980
September 1978-May 1979
January-August 1978
June-December 1977
January-May 1976
Miscellaneous correspondence:
A-B, 1975-1977
C-M, 1975-1977
N-W, 1975-1977
Box
1997/046-5 Crowden, Commissioner George W.:
May 1980-February 1983
November 1979-April 1980
May-October 1979
December 1978-April 1979
February-November 1978
November 1977-January 1978
June 1976-October 1977
Cunningham, John E., September 1979-January 1984
District/Supreme Court decisions, 1981
Economic Research Division:
June 1982-November 1984
October 1981-February 1982
November 1980-December 1981
July 1980
June 1980
Box
1997/046-6 March-June 1980
November 1979-February 1980
November 1978-November 1979
March-September 1979
September 1978-January 1979
May-June 1978
April 1978
February-April 1978
October-December 1977
July-September 1977
March-July 1977
February 1977
Box
1997/046-7 November 1976-January 1977
August-October 1976
January-April 1976
(Governor's) Energy Advisory Council:
February-August 1977
January 1977
[2 folders]
June 1976-January 1977
May-June 1976
October 1975-March 1976
(Governor's) Energy Advisory Council, Subcommittee on Utilities and Industrial Consumers:
May-June 1976
January-April 1976
Box
1997/046-8 Engineering Division:
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
June-December 1980
March-May 1980
January-February 1980
Engineering and Enforcement Division:
November-December 1979
October 1979
June-September 1979
March-May 1979
January-February 1979
June-December 1978
April-June 1978
January-March 1978
Box
1997/046-9 September-December 1977
January-August 1977
December 1976-January 1977
August-December 1976
January-July 1976
Erwin, Alan R.:
July 1978-May 1979
October 1977-June 1978
January 1976-September 1977
FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission), 1981-1982
FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission), 1979-1980
Federal Power Commission, 1976-1977
General Counsel:
August 1982-December 1983
October 1981-August 1982
Box
1997/046-10 January-September 1981
October-December 1980
August-October 1980
April-August 1980
March-April 1980
January 1979-February 1980
August-December 1978
July 1978
June 1978
February-May 1978
[includes 1976 and 1977 documents as attachments]
June 1977-February 1978
Box
1997/046-11 February-May 1977
March 1977
[attachments from March 1977 file, dated 1971-1975]
March 1976-February 1977
[attachments are dated 1963-1972]
November 1975-March 1976
Hearings:
1980-1981, 1987
January-February 1979
December 1977-September 1978
January-June 1978
June 1976-December 1977
Miscellaneous, July 1978-February 1982
Miscellaneous, March 1977-June 1978
Box
1997/046-12 Miscellaneous, August 1975-February 1977
Morris, Garrett, 1979-1981
Morris, Garrett, 1977-1978
Planergy, 1977
Public Service Commissions:
February-August 1982
August 1979-January 1982
April 1977-October 1979
September 1975-March 1977
Henry "Moak" Rollins:
May 1982-February 1983
September 1980-May 1982
December 1979-August 1980
Box
1997/046-13 September-December 1979
Smith, Tommie G., personal, 1982-1983
Smith, Tommie G., personal, 1982
Speaker of the House, State of Texas, 1977
Task Force on Power Pooling, 1980
Texas Public Employees Association, 1983
Texas Public Utility Regulation Act, House Bill 819, 1975, 1983
Victoria Action Political League, October-December 1982
Water Task Force, 1983-1985
Water Task Force, 1983-1984
Water complaints, May-July 1984
Water complaints, January-March 1984
Water plan, state, 1981, 1984
(Water) "Book It - Lost It,"November 1982-April 1983
Box
1997/046-14 Water case reference material, 1977, 1983
Ways and Means (Committee), 1976-1984
Governor's Select Committee on Water Quality for the Colorado River:
March-April 1985
February-March 1985
February 1985
April 1984-February 1985



Commissioners files, Place 1, 1966, 1975-1988, bulk 1983-1987,
12.7 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records present in this series include correspondence; internal memos and reports; topical research reports and studies by staff, utility companies/associations, consultants, or outside interest groups; annual reports and other publications by utilities under PUC regulation; papers from professional or trade association meetings; legislative committee reports; proposed legislation; surveys conducted by outside groups; proposals (and comments) for rule changes being considered by the Commission; copies of dockets, complaints, and orders; copies of hearings before the Federal Communications Commission; resolutions and some minutes from professional associations; petitions from utility customers; and press releases. These are correspondence and subject files of the Commissioners filling Place 1 on the Texas Public Utility Commission. Dates covered are 1966, 1975-1988, the bulk dating from the term of Peggy Rosson, 1983-1987. Other Commissioners represented in these records are Garrett Morris, who served 1975-1982, Tommie G. Smith, who served 1982-1983, and Marta Greytok, who served 1987-1993. Correspondents include other state agencies and officials, utility companies and associations, legislators and congressmen, federal agencies and officials, utility commissioners in other states, professional and trade associations, businesses, and the general public.
Topics discussed include regulation and deregulation of telephone and electric utilities; telephone access changes; consumer complaints of rate charges; research into and contemporary concerns with energy and economic development issues, such as nuclear power, cogeneration, bulk power transmission, load management, and time-of-day rates; pending and new state and federal legislation; and litigation involving the Public Utility Commission.
The series Commissioners files, Place 1, 1975-1985, bulk 1975-1982 covers almost exclusively the period Garrett Morris served on the Commission.
Arrangement
The records are arranged alphabetically, then generally in reverse chronological order within the folders.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioner files, Place 1 (1966, 1975-1988), Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, March 1998
Box
1996/113-1 Accounting, 1983-1985
Acid rain, 1987
Administration, 1985-1987
Agriculture, Department of, 1984-1987
Alternate operator services, 1988
Aquaculture cogeneration, 1986
Appeals:
May-June 1983
March-April 1983
March 1983
Attorney General:
July-August 1987
June 1987
May 1987
April 1987
[2 folders]
March 1987
January 1987
July-December 1986
April-June 1986
February-April 1986
1985
1984
1982-1983
Box
1996/113-2 (Burlington Northern case, 1986-1987)
[2 folders]
Lubow, McKay, Stevens & Lewis, April 1986-1987
Lubow, McKay, Stevens & Lewis, 1985-March 1986
Automated Information and Telecommunications Council, 1986
Automatic Dial Announcing Devices (ADAD), 1985-1986
Bentsen, the Honorable Lloyd, 1979-1980, 1983, 1987
Bulk power/interconnection, 608-D - FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission)
Bulk power experiment:
608-E - Drexel-Burnham power experiment, 1985
608-F - FERC inquiry, 1985
608-G - Power pooling, 1985
608-H - NARUC transmission inquiry (empty)
Bulk power experiment, 1986
Bulk power transmission study:
January-June 1987
(Progress Report, Volume II), February 1987
September-December 1986
September 1986
April 1985, February-July 1986
Box
1996/113-3 Optimal Systems Task Force - PROMOD III orientation, 1986
Optimal Systems Task Force, 1985-1986
National Governor's Association on Wheeling and Interconnection, 1985
Docket #14, July 1980-February 1981
Docket #14, 1979-July 1980
Docket #14, 1977-1978
Campbell, Jo, 1985-1986
Central & Southwest Credit Subsidiary, 1985
Coal slurry pipelines, 1984
Cogeneration (general files):
May-June 1987
January-March 1987
February-September 1986
November-December 1985
1984-October 1985
Cogeneration (topical):
Cogeneration and small power producers, 1984-1985
Cogeneration and small power producers, 1982-1983
FERC proceedings, 1984-1985
FERC proceedings, 1984
Box
1996/113-4 Regulations, 1984-1985
Comments on interim report, January-February 1984
Interim report, 1984
A Methodology for Comparative Risk Analysis..., 1984
Comanche Peak, 1984-1987
Comanche Peak, 1980-1981
Commissioners, 1986-1987
Commissioners, 1983-1985
Committee on Discovery, 1987
Communications Workers of America, 1986
Complaints and inquiries (miscellaneous):
April 1984-February 1985
February-March 1984
November 1983-January 1984
August-October 1983
Box
1996/113-5 April-July 1983
April 1983
August 1982-March 1983
Complaints and inquiries:
AT&T, 1986
Cable TV, 1986
CP&L (Central Power and Light), 1986-1987
Central Telephone Company, 1986-1987
Continental Telephone of Texas, 1986-1987
DP&L (Dallas Power and Light), 1986-1987
El Paso Electric Company, 1986-1987
Fuel refunds, 1986
General Telephone Company of the Southwest:
1987
October 1986
1984, April-September 1986
Gulf States Utilities Company, 1986
HL&P (Houston Lighting and Power), 1985-1987
Miscellaneous:
December 1986-1987
September-November 1986
September 1985-September 1986
August 1983-August 1985
Box
1996/113-6 Electric, October 1986-May 1987
Electric, April-August 1986
Electric, April 1985-March 1986
Gas, 1986
Water, 1985-1987
Telephone, 1985-1987
Nuclear, 1986
Southwest Texas Telephone Company, 1986-1987
Southwestern Bell:
January-May 1987
October-December 1986
September-October 1986
July-August 1986
June 1986
January-May 1986
June 1984, April 1985-January 1986
Box
1996/113-7 976 service, 1987
Southwestern Bell correspondence:
November 1983-June 1984
September-October 1983
1979, April-September 1983
Southwestern Public Service Company, 1986
Texas Electric Service Company, 1986-1987
Texas Utilities Electric Company, 1985-1987
TP&L (Texas Power and Light), 1985-1986
United Telephone Company, 1986
Windy's Water Works, 1985
Congressional legislation:
January-July 1987
July 1986-January 1987
January-June 1986
1983-1985
Construction work in progress, 1983, 1986
Consultants, (Directory), December 1986
Box
1996/113-8 Consultants, 1986-1987
Consultants, 1985
Consumer affairs:
December 1986-August 1987
April-December 1986
August 1983-April 1986
March-August 1983
Consumers Union, 1986
Dallas Power and Light Company, 1984
De la Garza, Honorable Kika, 1985-1986
Decommissioning, (about 1984)
DOE (Department of Energy), 1983, 1985-1987
Dual certification, 1983-1984
EAS (Extended Area Service) Advisory Committee:
1985-1987
1985
Status report, 1983
Economic research, 1984
Economic research, 1983
Box
1996/113-9 Economy and efficiency/state government, 1985-1986
Electric Division:
July-August 1987
February-July 1987
November 1985-January 1987
September 1984, March-October 1985
Electric issues:
Capacity factors, 1983-1984
Construction reports, 1983-1986
Efficiency incentives (empty)
304-End use model, 1985
Load forecasts, 1984-1985
Management audits:
August 1987
April 1987
Box
1996/113-10 February, July 1985
November 1984-July 1985
September-October 1984
June-September 1984
"Technology of Management and Comprehensive Audits, Field of Study: Electric Utility Companies,"1984
Performance standards, 1982-1984
Electric utility rate surveys, 1985-1987
El Paso Electric Company, 1984
El Paso Electric Company vs. Money Tree, 1984
Emergency management, 1982-1983, 1986-1987
Box
1996/113-11 Energy Efficiency Division:
March-July 1987
January-February 1987
September-November 1986
July-August 1986
February-June 1986
October 1985-February 1986
December 1984-September 1985
July-November 1984
March-June 1984
May 1980, August 1983-February 1984
Box
1996/113-12 Energy Efficiency and Conservation, 1985
Energy Efficiency and Conservation:
CACS (Commercial and Apartment Services Conservation Service) & RCS (Residential Conservation Service) legislation, 1983-1985
Energy tax credit legislation, 1985
Least cost program legislation:
July 1985-July 1986
May 1983, June-July 1985
May-June 1985
July 1984-July 1985
Utility conservation programs, 1982-1983
Engineering, 1983-1984
Executive director applicants, 1987
Executive director, 1985-1987
Erwin, Alan, 1983-1984
Ex Parte, 1983, 1986-1987
Box
1996/113-13 EAS (Extended Area Service)/metro calling scope:
March-August 1987
(EAS comments), October 1986
January-May 1986
December 1985-January 1986
August 1984-January 1986
FCC (Federal Communications Commission):
May 1986-January 1987
February-April 1986
1978, 1980, December 1984-December 1985
Federal Energy Administration, 1975, 1977
FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission), January 1986-June 1987
FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission), October 1982-January 1986
Financial analysis:
December 1986-July 1987
January-November 1986
Box
1996/113-14 January 1985-February 1986
June 1983-April 1985
Former employees, Attorney General request, 1985
Fuel pricing, March 1984-November 1985
Fuel reports, February 1986-July 1987
Fuel reports, October 1983, January 1985-February 1986
Fuel rule:
July 1983-August 1986
April-June 1983
1982-1983
G & T cooperatives, March-April 1987
General Counsel:
November 1986-April 1987
November 1984-November 1986
1984
Box
1996/113-15 General Telephone Company, March 1983-April 1984
General Telephone Company, January-March 1983
Goals, Commission, 1982
Governor, 1979-1986
Governor, 1975-1978
Governor's Commission for Women, 1985-1986
Hearings, 1986-1987
Hearings, 1983-1985
Houston Lighting and Power, 1983-1984
Industrial rate issues (Gulf States Utilities), March 1985
Industrial rate issues (Gulf States Utilities), January-February 1985
Interim fuel factors, 1983
Invitations, accepted, 1982-1987
Invitations, declined, 1985-1987
Box
1996/113-16 Legislative Budget Board, 1986
Legislative issues, 1986
Life line rates, 1976
Management audits, 1986-1987
Management audits, 1981, 1985
MARC (Mid-America Regulatory Conference):
July 1986-July 1987
June 1979-March 1986
January 1976-May 1979
Minority firms, 1985
Minutes - Executive sessions, November 1986-February 1987
Miscellaneous:
February 1986-June 1987
April 1985-March 1986
December 1983-March 1985
October 1984
March 1982-January 1983
Monthly fuel reports, 1986
Box
1996/113-17 NARUC (National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners):
January-August 1987
May-December 1986
July-October 1986
June-October 1986
March-June 1986
March 1986
December 1985-February 1986
December 1982-November 1985
March-September 1982
March 1982
1979, 1981, 1982
NARUC committees, 1985-1986
Box
1996/113-18 NARUC Conservation Committee:
August 1985-August 1986
September 1985
March 1984-August 1985
NARUC Committee on Communications meeting, January 1987 (dates cover 1986-1987)
[4 folders]
NARUC Committee on Communications:
January-August 1987
October-November 1986
October 1986
[2 folders]
September-October 1986
July-September 1986
Box
1996/113-19 August-September 1986
July-August 1986
July 1986
July 1986
February-June 1986
January-February 1986
November 1985-January 1986
National Regulatory Research Institute, 1983-1987
Natural gas:
March-May 1987
November 1985-January 1987
August 1983-August 1985
Natural gas legislation, 1983
Natural Gas Proration and Ratable Take Subcommittee, 1983
New industry research, 1985
Box
1996/113-20 911 program:
January-May 1987
November 1986-January 1987
October-November 1986
July-October 1986
March-May 1986
February-March 1986
May 1985-February 1986
976 service, 1987
Nuclear, 1982-1987
Operations Review Division:
February-August 1987
January 1987
November 1986-February 1987
Palo Verde, 1986
Palo Verde construction audit:
August-September 1986, April-May 1987
July 1986
April-July 1986
January-March 1986
Box
1996/113-21 December 1985
[2 folders]
January-February 1985
January 1985
November-December 1984
October 1984
[2 folders]
1978-1984
September 1984
July-August 1984
March-June 1984
August 1983, January-March 1984
Palo Verde Task Force - New Mexico:
1966, June 1985
June 1985
May-June 1985
April 1985
Box
1996/113-22 1983-1984, April 1985
March 1983, December 1984-March 1985
Palo Verde Task Force - Texas:
April 1985-February 1986
April 1985
March-April 1985
Parks and Wildlife, 1984-1985
Pay telephones, 1985
Physical plant and architectural and divisional changes, 1983
Press releases:
July 1986-April 1987
June-July 1986
October 1985-June 1986
Procedural - Rules, 1983
Property Tax Board, 1985
Public information, September 1986-April 1987
Public information, June-August 1986
Public service commissions:
November 1986-July 1987
July 1986
April -August 1986
1983-1985
Office of Public Utility Counsel, 1984-1986
Questionnaires re: utility regulation, December 1986-January 1987
Questionnaires re: utility regulation, April-November 1986
Railroads, 1986
Railroads, 1984
Box
1996/113-23 Railroad Commission of Texas, 1985-1987
Railroad Commission of Texas, 1980, 1983-1985
Railroad transportation contracts, 1986
Rate surveys, 1986
Reorganization:
1983-1986
1980, 1982-1983
1978, 1980
Research, PUC, 1985-1986
Ricketts, Phil, 1983-1985
River Bend Task Force, August 1985
River Bend Task Force, June-July 1985
Rules:
23.21 (Fossil Fuel Plant in Service), August 1986-February 1987
23.21 (Fossil Fuel Plant in Service), March-April 1986
23.22 (Energy Efficiency rule), 1984
23.23 (Fuel rule), 1986-1987
23.32 (Automatic Dialing Devices), 1985-1986
23.43 (Applicant and Customer Deposit), 1985-1986
23.61 (Automatic Dialing Devices, Quality of Service), 1983-1985
23.66 (Arrangements Between Qualifying Facilities and Electric Utilities), 1985-1986
Master Meter Cutoffs, 1984
(Several rules):
1985-1986
1984
1983
1982
Box
1996/113-24 Secretary of State, 1976, 1979
Senate, 1986
State Senators and Representatives:
May 1984-August 1986
August 1985-March 1986
May 1984-May 1987
1976-1977, January 1983-March 1986
Shared tenant services, 1985
Small Power Producers Advisory Committee, 1985
Smartphone, 1985
Solar energy, 1976-1979, 1985
South Texas Nuclear Project:
1986-1987
1983-1986
1982-1983
Construction project evaluation, 1983
Report re: Austin's shares, 1982
Southwestern Bell - 3rd party local exchange sales, 1983-1984
Special counsel, 1986-1987
Squaw Creek Park, Inc., 1985
Box
1996/113-25 State auditor, 1984-1985
Staggers Act:
1985-1986
1985
1984
State agency energy efficiency, 1986
State Comptroller, 1986
State purchase of electricity, Senate task force, November 1986-January 1987
State purchase of electricity, Senate task force, 1981, 1985, February-November 1986
STUN, 1985-1986
Submetering of apartments and condominiums, 1977, 1982
Submetering of apartments and condominiums, 1977
Support staff meetings, 1983, 1986
Tariffs, 1977, 1984-1985
Tax Reform Act of 1986, January-June 1987
Tax Reform Act of 1986, December 1986-May 1987
Telephone cost studies, 1986-1987
Telephone cost studies, 1984
Telephone depreciation, 1986
Box
1996/113-26 Telephone deregulation, AT & T:
December 1985-April 1987
March 1984-December 1985
February 1984
February 1984
June 1983-February 1984
March-April 1983
December 1982, December 1983
August 1982
Telephone deregulation, local exchange, 1987
Telephone deregulation, local exchange, 1984-1987
Telephone Division:
January-July 1987
December 1984-January 1987
December 1986-January 1987
July 1985-November 1986
Box
1996/113-27 Telephone, gross receipt tax fund, May-October 1986
Lifeline rates, telephone, October 1983-December 1984
Telephone, local measured service:
October 1983
[1983]
June 1983
Telephone, miscellaneous and general:
November 1986
June 1985-July 1986
1985
Telephone rates, July-November 1986
Telephone tracking reports, 1985
Texas Water Commission, 1985-1987
Texas Water Commission, 1982, 1984-1985
Thomas, Dennis, 1985, 1987
Timing on filing of standard orders, 1986
Training, 1983-1986
United Kingdom, conservation and privatization issues - electric, 1984-1986
Utility Evaluation Division, 1983-1985
Utility Evaluation Division, 1984
Voxtron, 1986
Western Systems Coordinating Council, 1986-1987
Women executives, 1983-1986



Commissioners files, Place 1, about 1975-1987, bulk 1985-1987,
1.18 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records consist of speeches and speech material; clippings; press releases; a history of the PUC's beginnings; and correspondence, memoranda, testimony, reports, orders, and other hearing-related files concerning cases on the PUC docket. These are correspondence and subject files of Commissioners filling Place 1 on the Public Utility Commission. Dates covered are about 1975-1987. The bulk of the files (1985-1987) are from the term of Peggy Rosson, who served 1983-1987. The vast majority of the files concern dockets. Correspondents include PUC commissioners and other staff, attorneys, the Attorney General's Office, utility companies, and the general public.
The two series, Commissioners files, Place 1, 1966, 1975-1988, bulk 1983-1987 and Commissioners files, Place 1, 1975-1985, bulk 1975-1982 cover the bulk of Peggy Rosson's term and those of earlier Place 1 commissioners.
Arrangement
The files are arranged as received, by topic or docket. The docket files are filed by docket number.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioner files, Place 1, about 1975-1987, Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, March 1998, March 2001
Box
2000/124-1 PUC creation/history files:
Correspondence, clippings, etc., 1975-1985
Clippings, about 1975-about 1977
History, with annotations, about 1975
Speech material:
about 1983-1986
about 1985-1986
about 1983-about 1985
Consumer affairs, Statement of Purpose, 1985
Correspondence, Governor's Office, 1986
Dockets:
Docket 6669, 1987
Docket 6560, 1987
Docket 6568, 1985
Docket 6676, 1985-1986
[2 folders]
Docket 6677, 1986
Docket 6678, 1986
Docket 6761, 1986
[2 folders]
Docket 6717, 1987
Docket 6752, 1986
Docket 7160, 1987
Docket 7154, 1987
Docket 7147, 1987
Docket 7145, 1987
Docket 7146, 1987
Docket 7130, 1986
[2 folders]
Dockets 7122, 7123, 7124, 7152, 1986
[2 folders]
Box
2000/124-2 Docket 7027, 1986
Docket 6999, 1986
Docket 6992, 1987
Docket 6984, 1986
Docket 6970, 1986
Docket 6960, 1986
Docket 6929, 1986
Dockets 6926 and 7113, 1986
Docket 7584, 1987
Docket 7415, 1987
Docket 7361, 1987
Docket 6922, 1986
Docket 6350, 1985-1986
[4 folders]
Docket 6375, 1982-1985
Docket 6367, 1985
Docket 6387, 1986
Docket 6382, 1985-1986
Docket 6397, 1985-1986
Docket 6431, 1985-1986
Docket 6450, about 1985
Docket 6505, 1985
Docket 6526, 1985-1986
Docket 6147, 1985
Docket 6138, about 1985
Docket 6135, 1985-1986
Docket 6117, 1985-1986
Docket 6114, 1985
Docket 7287, about 1985
Docket 7289, 1987
Docket 7309, 1987
Docket 6174, 1985
Dockets 6117, 6170, 6171, 6172, 1985
Docket 6200, 1985
Box
2000/124-3 Docket 6204, 1984-1985
Docket 6200, 1985-1986
Docket 6184, 1985-1987
Docket 6264, 1985
Docket 6261, 1985
Docket 6280, 1985
Docket 6279, 1985
Docket 6266, 1985
Docket 6264, 1985-1986
Docket 6325, 1985-1986
Docket 6309, 1985
Docket 6308, 1985
Docket 6304, about 1985
Docket 6293, about 1985



Commissioners files, Place 1, Marta Greytok's files, 1992,
0.47 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records consist primarily of court filings, including motions, petitions, responses, applications, interrogatories, and other related filings. These are the legal files of Commissioner Marta Greytok, filling Place 1 on the Texas Public Utility Commission, concerning litigation involving the Commission. A small amount of internal memoranda from the PUC legal counsel and correspondence with the Attorney General's Office is present. Records are dated 1992, covering part of the term of Marta Greytok, who served 1987-1993.
Arrangement
The records are generally arranged in reverse chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioner files, Place 1, Marta Greytok's files, Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, March 2001
Box
2000/176-1 Attorney General:
Houston Lighting and Power, 1992
Gulf States Utilities, 1992
Houston Lighting and Power, 1992
[2 folders]
City of El Paso, 1992
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 1992
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 1992
GTE Southwest, Inc., 1992
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 1992
GTE Southwest, Inc., 1992
City of El Paso, 1992
Texas Utilities Electric Company, 1992
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 1992
[3 folders]



Commissioners files, Place 1, Sarah Goodfriend's files, 1992-1995,
5.65 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records present include correspondence; internal memos and reports; complaints; applications, petitions, proposed orders, orders, and similar filings; proposals (and comments) for rule changes being considered by the Commission; topical research reports and studies by staff, utility companies/associations, consultants, or outside interest groups; papers from professional or trade association meetings; legislative committee reports; proposed legislation; petitions from utility customers; and press releases. These are the files of Commissioner Sarah Goodfriend, filling Place 1 on the Texas Public Utility Commission. Records are dated 1992-1995, covering the period Commissioner Goodfriend served on the PUC, 1993 to 1998. Correspondents include PUC staff, other state agencies and officials, utility companies and/or their legal counsel, city governments, legislators and congressmen, federal agencies and officials, utility associations, professional and trade associations, businesses, and the general public.
Topics discussed include regulation and deregulation of telephone and electric utilities; management of the South Texas Nuclear Project, telephone access changes; local exchange rates; expanded local calling service; switched transport service; consumer complaints; contemporary concerns with energy and economic development issues; pending and new state and federal legislation; and litigation involving the Public Utility Commission.
Arrangement
The records are arranged in four groups - final order meeting files (1994-1995), correspondence (1992-1995), faxes (1994-1995), and subcommittee files (1994).
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item and cite the group), Commissioner files, Place 1, Sarah Goodfriend's files, Commissioners files, Texas Public Utility Commission. 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, agency memoranda and working papers (Texas Government Code Section 552.111), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. Refer to the overall restriction statement for instructions on requesting access through the Texas Attorney General.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, March 2001
Final order meeting files, 1994-1995
These are Commissioner Sarah Goodfriend's final order meeting files, containing motions, applications, petitions and other legal filings re: dockets on the final order meeting agenda; proposed new or changes to existing substantive rules, and PUC staff comments to proposed rules; internal memos; and correspondence with utility companies re: dockets or proposed rule changes. Items in the files may date up to several weeks before or after the PUC meeting date at which they were discussed.
Arrangement
The final order meeting files are arranged in chronological order by the date of the meeting, items within each meeting are roughly arranged in the order they appear on the agenda.
Box
2000/176-2 Meeting of November 4, 1994:
Memos and agenda
Project 12183 - Amendment to Substantive Rule 23.92
[4 folders]
Project 11365 - Rulemaking re: integrated resource planning, Subst. R. 23.13
Docket 12457 - Application of Border and Border Communications
Docket 12552 - Application of Sam Rayburn GT & T Electric Cooperative and Tex-La Electric Cooperative of Texas
Docket 13168 - Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative
Docket 12470 - Lea County Electric Cooperative
Docket 13050 - Rayburn Country Electric Cooperative
Docket 12959 - Southwestern Public Service Company
Docket 13313 - Texas Utilities Electric Company
Docket 13575 - Texas Utilities Electric Company
Meeting of November 22, 1994:
Memos and agenda
Project 12706 - Relating to Spanish language requirements
[2 folders]
Project 13219 - Relating to IntraLATA dialing parity
Project 12375 - Rulemaking to amend Subst. R. 23.11
Dockets 12335, 12413, and 12922 - Petitions for expanded local calling service
[3 folders]
Docket 13109 - Magic Valley Electric Cooperative
Box
2000/176-3 Docket 13185 - Bailey County Electric Cooperative Association
Docket 12717 - Complaint against New Era Electric Cooperative
Meeting of December 1, 1994:
Memos and agenda
Re: setting interest rates on deposits held by utilities for 1995
Project 11620 - Revisions to Subst. R. 23.94
[3 folders]
Docket 7952 - Complaint against Southwestern Bell Telephone Company
[4 folders]
Docket 12927 - Application of Houston Lighting and Power
[8 folders]
[includes materials from November 22, 1994 meeting]
Box
2000/176-4 Meeting of December 16, 1994:
Memos and agenda
Project 13220 - Competitive issues relating to extended area service
Docket 12922 - Petition of the Morgan exchange for expanded local calling service
Docket 12335 - Petition of the City of Troup for expanded local calling service
Project 12497 - Texas Utilities Electric Company
Project 13660 - Petition of Texas-New Mexico Power Company
Docket 13170 - Application of Gulf States Utilities Company
Docket 13126 - Inquiry into management of South Texas Nuclear Project
[3 folders]
Docket 13575 - Application of Texas Utilities Electric Company
Docket 13100 - Application of Texas Utilities Electric Company
[9 folders]
Box
2000/176-5 Meeting of January 18, 1995:
Memos and agenda
Project 13763 - Amendments to Substantive Rules 23.11 and 23.12
Project 12756 - Adoption of Substantive Rule 23.69
[5 folders]
Project 13319 - Adoption of Substantive Rule 23.95
Docket 13409 - Application of Gulf States Utilities Company
Docket 11823 - Complaint against GTE Southwest, Inc.
Docket 12855 - Application of Southwestern Electric Company
[3 folders]
Meeting of February 1, 1995:
Memos and agenda
Project 13009 - Recommendation to add Substantive Rule 23.12(e)
[2 folders]
Docket 12677 - Application of College Station to amend certified service area
Docket 13526 - Application of Coleman County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Docket 12065 - Complaint against Houston Lighting and Power
Meeting of February 22, 1995:
Memo and agenda
Project 12853 - Rulemaking project to review existing LEC uses and to consider additional public interest uses of NII dialing codes
Project 13467 - Amendments to Substantive Rule 23.33
Docket 12957 - Application of Houston Lighting and Power
[folders 1-2 of 7]
Box
2000/176-6 Docket 12957 - Application of Houston Lighting and Power [folders 3-7 of 7]
Docket 13100 - Application of Texas Utilities Electric Company
[4 folders]
Meeting of March 8, 1995:
Memo and agenda
Project 13863 - Amendments to Substantive Rule 23.56
Project 12141 - Universal service and infrastructure development policies for telecommunications providers
[2 folders]
Project 13763 - Amendments to Substantive Rules 23.11 and 23.12
Docket 13734 - Application of Southwest Rural Association, Inc.
Meeting of March 23, 1995:
Memos and agenda
Project 13919 - Amendment to Substantive Rule 23.31
Projects 13924, 13929, 13933, 13934, 13940, and 13947 - Petitions for expanded local calling service
Docket 13469 - Application of Texas Utilities Electric Company
Docket 13400 - Investigation into impact of open access comparability transmission terms ...
[2 folders]
Box
2000/176-7 Meeting of April 17, 1995:
Memo and agenda
Project 13402 - Utility bills of state agencies
Docket 13170 - Application of Gulf States Utilities Company
Docket 12965 - Complaint against Central Power and Light Company
[2 folders]
Docket 12138 - Application of Houston Lighting and Power Company
Docket 13444 - Application of Golden Spread Electric Cooperative, Inc.
[2 folders]
Docket 12456 - Application of East Texas Electric Cooperative
[4 folders]
Docket 13966 - Application of El Paso Electric Company
[3 folders]
Meeting of May 3, 1995:
Memo and agenda
Docket 13912 - Complaint against Southwestern Bell Telephone Company
Docket 12495 - Complaint against United Telephone Company of Texas
Docket 13762 - Petition of Southwestern Electric Power Company
Project 13863 - Proposed amendments to Substantive Rule 23.56
Project 12706 - Draft of proposed rule for review
Box
2000/176-8 Docket 11027 - Complaint against Southwestern Bell Telephone Company
[4 folders]
Docket 12957 - Application of Houston Lighting and Power
[2 folders]
Meeting of May 16, 1995:
Docket 13587 - Complaint against Texas Utilities Electric Company
Docket 12065 - Complaint against Houston Lighting and Power
[2 folders]
Correspondence files, 1992-1995
Arrangement
The correspondence files are arranged alphabetically by correspondent, then generally in reverse chronological order.
Box
2000/121-1 Correspondence - Businesses:
A, 1993-1994
Allied Signal, 1993-1994
Burlington Northern Railroad, 1994-1995
C, 1994
Drazen Consulting Group, Inc., 1995
Electric Safety Products, 1994
ENRON, 1994-1995
Entergy, about 1994
Environmental Defense Fund, 1994
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), 1995
F, 1993-1994
G, 1994
J-K, 1993-1995
L-M, 1994-1995
NatWest Securities, 1994-1995
National Exchange Carrier Association, 1994-1995
S, 1994-1995
Texas Monthly, 1994
Texas Public Power Association, 1994
TeleCoin Communications, 1994
T, 1993-1995
United States Telephone Association, 1995
University of Georgia, 1994
University of Texas at Austin, 1994
W, 1994
Western Fuels Association, 1994-1995
Correspondence - Citizens:
A, 1994
B, 1994
C, 1993-1995
Croisant, Joe, 1994-1995
D, 1993-1995
Epstein, Ruth, 1994
F, 1993-1994
Glazer, Terry, 1994
Gleason, Marie, 1993-1994
Greytok, Marta, 1993-1994
H, 1993-1994
J, 1995
Kay, Frederick L., 1993
K, 1993-1994
Laune, Richard, 1994
Lock, Reinier, 1994
McMillan, John, 1993-1994
M, 1993-1994
P, 1994-1995
R, 1994
Sa-Sh, 1994
Silver, Charles, 1994
Sk-St, 1993-1995
Sweatman, R. Tom, 1994
T, 1994
W, 1993-1995
Wilson, Judy, 1994
Y, 1994
Correspondence - Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), 1993
Box
2000/121-2 Correspondence - Legislators and government officials:
Attorney General's Office, 1994-1995
A, 1994-1995
Armbrister, Senator Ken, 1994
Ba, 1994
Bivins, Senator Teel, 1994
Bl-Br, 1994-1995
Bullock, Lieutenant Governor Bob, 1993-1995
Cain, Senator David, 1992-1995
Carter, Representative Bill, 1993
Carriker, Senator Steven A., 1993-1994
Carroll, Judy, 1994
Ch, 1994-1995
Co-Cr, 1993-1995
Danburg, Representative Debra, 1994
De, 1993-1994
U.S. Department of Energy, 1994
Do, 1994
Dutton, Representative Harold, 1994
Ellis, Senator Rodney, 1994
Fessler, Daniel, 1994
Fi-Fr, 1994
Ga-Go, 1994-1995
Gordon, Kenneth, 1994
Governor's Office, 1993-1994
Gramm, U.S. Senator Phil, 1994
Gr, 1994
Ha, 1994-1995
Heflin, Representative Talmadge, 1994
Henderson, Amy, 1994
Henderson, Senator Don, 1995
Hunter, Representative Todd, 1994
Hutchinson, U.S. Senator Kay Bailey, 1994-1995
J, 1994-1995
K, 1994
Laney, Speaker Pete, 1994-1995
Laughlin, Congressman Greg, 1995
Leedom, Senator John, 1994
Li-Lu, 1993-1995
Mc, 1994-1995
Madden, Representative Jerry, 1994
Markey, Congressman Edward, 1994
Mauro, Garry, 1994-1995
Miller, Joe, 1995
Moncrief, Senator Mike, 1995
Montford, Senator John, 1995
Morales, Dan, 1994
Na, 1993-1994
Ne-Ni, 1994-1995
Parker, Senator Carl, 1994
Parrish, Kenneth, 1994
Parson, Patrice "Pete,"1993-1994
Patterson, Representative L.P. (Pete), 1993
Pr-Py, 1994
Ran, 1994-1995
Ratliff, Senator William, 1994
Re-Ri, 1993-1995
Ro-Ru, 1994
Sa, 1994
Seidlits, Representative Curtis L., Jr., 1994
Texas Senate Commerce Committee, 1994
Sh-Si, 1993-1995
Sl-St, 1994-1995
Te-To, 1994
Truan, Senator Carlos, 1994-1995
Box
2000/121-3 Turner, Senator Jim, 1993-1995
Turner, Representative Sylvester, 1994
Uher, Representative D.R. "Tom,"1994
Vincent, Randell, 1994
Wa, 1994
We, 1994-1995
Wh-Wo, 1994
Correspondence - PUC internal:
Administration, 1994-1995
Consumer Affairs, 1994
Gee, Robert, Chairman, 1994
Jenkins, Brenda, Executive Director, 1994
Suthard, B., 1993
Rabago, Karl, Commissioner, 1994
Electric, 1993-1994
General Counsel, 1994
Telephone, 1994
Correspondence - Utilities:
Bell Atlantic, 1994
Brazos, Electric Cooperative, 1993-1995
Cap Rock Electric, 1993
Central and South West Corporation, 1994
Central Texas Telephone Company, 1995
Concho Valley Electric Cooperative, 1993-1994
GTE, 1994
Houston Lighting and Power, 1993-1995
Kaufman County Electric Cooperative, 1995
Lower Colorado River Authority, 1994
MCI Telecommunications Corporation, 1994-1995
Pedernales Electric Cooperative, 1994-1995
Sprint, 1994
Southwestern Bell Telephone, 1993-1994
Southwestern Public Service Company, 1994-1995
Texas-New Mexico Power Company, 1994-1995
Texas Utilities Electric Company, 1993-1995
Items sent to legislators:
Bullock, Lieutenant Governor Bob, 1994-1995
Denney, Representative Mary, 1994
Fields, Congressman Jack, 1994
Gramm, U.S. Senator Phil, 1994-1995
Greenberg, Representative Sherry, 1994
Haley, Anthony, 1994
Higgins, Carlos (Joint Interim Committee on Telecommunications and the Public Utility Commission), 1994
[2 folders]
Box
2000/121-4 Hutchinson, U.S. Senator Kay Bailey, 1994-1995
[2 folders]
Joint Interim Committee on the Public Utility Commission, 1994
Randall, Maryann, 1994
Rosson, Senator Peggy, 1994
Seidlits' Office, 1995
Shapiro, Senator F., 1994
Shields, Representative John, 1994
Turner, Representative Sylvester, 1994
West, Senator Royce, 1995
[2 folders]
Whitmire, Senator John, 1994
Senate Commerce Committee, 1994
Texas delegation, 1995
Miscellaneous correspondence:
Complaints from Sherman area against TU electric, 1994
Box
2000/121-6 Burning TU electric issue, 1994
Box
2000/121-4 PUC electric utility bill survey, June 1994
Faxes, 1994-1995
Arrangement
The faxes are arranged roughly in reverse chronological order.
April-May 1995
February-March 1995
February 1995
January 1995
December 1994
November 1994
October 1994
September-October 1994
Box
2000/121-5 September 1994
[3 folders]
August-September 1994
August 1994
July-August, 1994
July 1994
[2 folders]
June-July 1994
June 1994
[4 folders]
May 1994
[3 folders]
April-May 1994
Box
2000/121-6 March-April 1994
March 1994
[3 folders]
February 1994
[5 folders]
Public Utility Committee Subcommittees, 1994
Arrangement
The subcommittee files are arranged by topic.
Information, about 1994
Communications, Trust and Report Subcommittee, 1994
Leadership Subcommittee, 1994
Organizational Structure Subcommittee, 1994
Quality Steering Committee, 1994
Recycling Committee, 1994
Workload Prioritization Committee, 1994
Staff Development Subcommittee, 1994
[3 folders]



Commissioners files, Place 1, Pat Wood's files, 1990-2001, undated, bulk 1995-2001,
11.5 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. These are the files of Commissioner Pat Wood, filling Place 1 on the Texas Public Utility Commission. Records are dated 1990-2001, undated, bulk 1995-2001, covering the period Commissioner Wood served on the PUC, 1995 to 2001. Records present include correspondence and notes, internal memos and reports, speeches and presentations, supporting documentation for open meetings, applications, papers from professional or trade association meetings, legislative committee reports, proposed legislation, and publications. Among the correspondents are PUC staff, other state agencies, officials, and legislators and congressmen.
Topics in the files include the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Enron, Southwestern Bell, regulation and deregulation of electric utilities, contemporary concerns with energy and economic development issues, pending and new state and federal legislation, and litigation involving the Public Utility Commission. This series contains documents marked as confidential.
Arrangement
The records are arranged by topic as received from the creating agency. Four groups (publications, correspondence, speeches and papers, and open meeting supporting documentation) have been separated from the main body of files.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioner files, Place 1, Pat Wood's files, Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. 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, agency memoranda and working papers (Texas Government Code Section 552.111); closed session meetings (Texas Government Code Sections 552.101 and 551.104); and e-mail addresses (Texas Government Code Section 552.137), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. Refer to the overall restriction statement for instructions on requesting access through the Texas Attorney General.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, July 2012
Box
2006/076-3 Publications:
Bell Atlantic OSS (Operation Support Systems) Evaluation Project, July 31, 1998
[2 folders]
ERCOT Board Meeting Notebook, Volume I,2000
[4 folders]
ERCOT Board Meeting Notebook, Volume II,2000
[4 folders]
ERCOT Industry Model - Baseline View,2000
House State Affairs Committee, Boundaries of Regulatory Authority in Cable and Broadband, March 2, 2000
LBB/GOBP (Legislative Budget Board/Governor's Office of Budget and Planning) Budget Hearing, August 29, 2000
Pennsylvania Electric Choice Program, Briefing Book, undated
Correspondence:
General correspondence and memoranda:
1993-1998
[folders 1-2 of 11]
Box
2006/076-4 1993-1998
[folders 3-5 of 11]
[The general correspondence and memoranda files may include correspondence from individuals specified below.]
Box
2006/076-2 1993-1998
[folders 6-11 of 11]
1999
[3 folders]
Box
2006/076-5 2000
[2 folders]
2001
Box
2006/076-4 Representative Steve Wolens, 1996-1997
Letters to senators, 1995-1996
Senator Roy West, 1995-1997
Senator John Whitmire, 1995
Senator Judith Zaffirini, 1995-1997
Representative Bill G. Carter, 1995-1996
Representative Warren D. Chisum, 1996
Representative Susan Combs, 1995-1997
Representative Debra Danburg, 1996
Representative Dianne White Delisi, 1996
Representative Charles Finnell, 1996
Representative Tony Goolsby, 1996
Representative Allen Hightower, 1996
Representative John Hirschi, 1995-1996
Representative Steve Holzheauser, 1995-1996
Representative Todd Hunter, 1995
Representative Delwin Jones, 1995-1996
Representative Robert Junell, 1995-1996
Representative Ted Kamel, 1995-1996
Representative Dan Kubiak, 1996
Speaker Pete Laney, 1995-1996
Representative John A. Longoria, 1997
Representative Jerry Madden, 1996
Representative Elliott Naishtat, 1996
Representative Irma Rangel, 1996
Representative Robert M. Saunders, 1995
Representative Curtis L. Seidlits, Jr., 1995
Representative Burt P. Solomons, 1996
Representative Todd Staples, 1996
Representative Mark Stiles, 1996-1997
Representative Sylvester Turner, 1995-1996
Representative Arlene Wohlgemuth, 1995
Commissioners reception, August 18, 1995
Governor's Office, 1996
Lieutenant Governor Bob Bullock, 1995-1996
Senator Ken Armbrister, 1995-1996
Senator Gonzalo Barrientos, 1996-1997
Senator David Cain, 1995-1996
Senator Rodney Ellis, 1995-1996
Senator Martin Frost, 1996
Senator Mario Gallegos, Jr., 1995-1996
Senator Michael L. Galloway, 1995
Senator Tom Haywood, 1995
Senator Don Henderson, 1995-1996
Senator John Leedom, 1995
Senator Gregory Luna, 1995
Senator Frank Madla, 1995-1996
Senator Jane Nelson, 1995-1996
Senator Drew Nixon, 1995-1996
Senator Jerry Patterson, 1996
Senator Bill Ratcliff, 1996-1997
Senator Peggy Rosson, 1995-1996
Senator David Sibley, 1996-1997
Senator Carlos F. Truan, 1995, 1997
Senator Jim Turner, 1996
Senator Jeff Wentworth, 1995
Investigation of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company's entry into the Texas InterLATA (Local Transport and Access Area) Telecommunication Market, November 2, 1999
Tier 2 Performance Measurement Results for July, August, and September 1999
Senate Bill 7, 1999
Box
2006/076-5 Final Staff Status Report on Collaborative Process, November 18, 1998
[2 folders]
Senate Interim Committee, 1997
SBC Communications, Amicus Curiae brief, November 18, 1997
SOAH (State Office of Administrative Hearings)/PUC Report, February 1996
[3 folders]
Utility Hearings Division Transfer from the PUC to the SOAH, August 24, 1995
Box
2006/076-8 Speeches and papers:
Ex Parte filing, CC Docket No. 00-65, June 19, 2000
[2 folders]
Reply Brief in Support of Southwestern Bell, CC Docket No. 00-4, February 2, 2000
Box
2006/076-10 Texas Interconnection and Air Regulatory Issues, November 29, 2000
Is the Window of Opportunity Closing for Distributed Resources Closing? Not in Texas!, October 13, 2000
General statistics, undated
Background material, deferred accounting, June 11, 1996
PUC litigation - telephone, undated
Universal service, undated
Area codes, undated
MidAmerica Regulatory Conference, Portability Panel, undated
Evaluation of the PUC of Texas Reply, CC Docket No. 00-65, May 19, 2000
SBC Communications, Inc., re: 271 application for Texas, February 4, 2000
Reply Brief in Support of Supplemental Application of Southwestern Bell, CC Docket No. 00-65, May 19, 2000
Electric Reliability - What is the Minimum Daily Adult Requirement?, February 25, 2001
Distributed Generation - the Benefits, March 28, 2000
Electric Restructuring and Energy Efficiency, May 18, 2000
Action List for FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission), DOE (Department of Energy), EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and Federal and State Legislators on Distributed Resources, May 19, 2000
Telecommunications update - House State Affairs Committee, September 6, 1996
House State Affairs Committee, June 15, 1998
What Challenges Face Texas in Moving to a Competitive Electric Market, April 3, 1998
Opportunities for Distributed Generations in Texas, March 20, 2000
Public Utilities and Renewable Energy in Texas, February 25, 2000
Texas Proposed Energy Efficiency Rule and Market Transformation, December 15, 1999
Clarifying the Role of Distributed Generation in Deregulation, September 29, 1999
State Affairs Committee Interim Affairs Committee Hearing on SB 373..., February 28, 1996
Update on Competition on Texas Local Telephone Market, December 11, 1997
PUC Litigation - telephone, December 5, 1997
Slides from unknown speeches, undated
Regulation of Distributed Generation in Texas, April 23, 2001
Distributed Generation in Texas, April 2, 2001
Plotting the Route to an Adaptive Energy Market, October 6, 2000
Electric Restructuring, Energy Efficiency, and Distributed Generation in Texas, June and July 2000
Top Priorities for PUCs Regarding Distributed Resources, June 15, 2000
Electric Deregulation and its Impact of Economic Development, September 18, 1998
Joint Interim Committee on the Use of Municipal Rights of Way by Telecommunications Utilities, September 30, 1997
DSM (demand side management) and Energy Marketing in a Competitive Energy Market, September 10, 1998
The Legislative Session: A Utility Industry Update, April 17, 1998
Regulating for Reliability, September 24, 1998
Regulation of Distributed Generation in Texas, April 24, 2001
Speeches (copies), 1995-1997
[2 folders]
Poverty Law Conference, March 21, 2001
Press Day on "Electrical Deregulation and the Hill Country, "March 9, 2001
Florida, January 31, 2001
Update from the Public Utility Commission, undated
Separation of Utility Functions, October 31, 2000
Texas Industrial Energy Conference, October 26-27, 2000
Implementation of SB 7... and Beyond, October 11, 2000
Texas Technology Summit 2000, October 9-10, 2000
Public Utility Law Section seminar, September 29, 2000
Uniform Business Rules in the Energy Industry: the Texas Experience, September 25, 2000
Verizon Consumer Advisory board meeting, January 16, 2001
Association of Texas Intrastate Gas Pipelines, January 5, 2001
Central Texas Association Energy Economic, November 29, 2000
Texas Telephone Association, September 12, 2000
Box
2006/076-11 National Association of Community Action Agencies, September 6, 2000
48th Annual Memorial Student Center fall leadership conference, August 25, 2000
Electric Reliability Council of Texas membership meeting, August 16, 2000
Telecom Bandwidth services, providers, and resources, August 15, 2000
TCCFUI (Texas Coalition of Cities for Utility Issues), August 10-11, 2000
Dedication of Von Rosenberg plant, July 28, 2000
Eagle Pass/Piedras Negras tie dedication ceremony, July 27, 2000
Texas Public Power Association annual meeting, July 24-26, 2000
Section-by-section summary of transmission discussion draft, June 6-7, 2000
ERCOT agenda: market informational meetings, May 17, 2000
TSCPA (Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants) conference, April 28, 2000
Media tour Beaumont Port Arthur area, March 27, 2000
Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications program spring seminar, April 13, 2000
Texas Public Utility Commission meeting with RRA (Regulatory Research Associates, Inc.) clients, March 27-28, 2000
Dallas Morning News Board of Technology Experts, January 24, 2000
Investment Precursors in Telecom, Internet, and Electronic Commerce, March 9-10, 2000
Briefing on Cable Technology and Regulation, March 2, 2000
SBC Communications, Inc. Legal Conference 2000, January 11, 2000
Fulbright and Jaworski Legal Issues Forum, January 20, 2000
North Dallas Chamber of Commerce Telecommunications Conference, December 3, 1999
Public Utility Commission of Texas Implementation of Senate Bill 7, Texas Electric Restructuring Statute, November 30, 1999
USTDA (U.S. Trade and Development Agency) Venezuelan Power Generation orientation visit, November 19, 1999
NARUC (National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners), November 7-10, 1999
Leadership Southeast Texas Session I, October 28, 1999
Tactical E-Commerce Telecom Services, October 3-6, 1999
Conquering the Technology Summit, October 3-6, 1999
Gulf Coast Power Association, October 6, 1999
Utility futures meeting, September 30-October 1, 1999
North Texas Air Conditioning Contractors Association meeting, September 2, 1999
Public Utility Law Section seminar, July 16, 1999
Federal Communications Commission, August 27, 1999
13th Annual Advanced Administrative Law Seminar, June 11, 1999
30 MW (megawatt) Delaware Mountain Wind Power Generation Project, July 13, 1999
FERC meeting, February 12, 1999
NARUC winter meeting, February 19, 1999
Dedication of Texas Utilities Windpower Generating Plant, December 2, 1998
Preparing for Electric Restructuring in Texas, October 20, 1998
Testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Subcommittee on Communications, March 25, 1998
List of speeches, undated, probably 1997
Public Stewardship in a Changing Texas, March 13, 1998
University Rotary Club speech, March 12, 1998
Interconnection - Implementing the Federal Act, December 10, 1997
TTA speech, September 8-9, 1997
Universal Service and Texas Schools , September 5, 1997
AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) Texas Legislative Committee meeting, September 17, 1997
Telephone Industry Competition - Fifth Annual Regulatory Law Conference, November 14, 1997
Telecommunications Policy Institute Conference, December 3, 1997
Arthur Anderson Energy Symposium, December 9, 1997
Box
2006/076-12 Open meetings, supporting documentation:
ERCOT [Electric Reliability Council of Texas] protocol, February 15, 2001
[5 folders]
Open meeting notes:
Box
2006/076-4 January 12, 1999
October 20, 1999
Box
2006/076-12 February 8, 2001
[8 folders]
February 22, 2001
[folders 1-4 of 6]
Box
2006/076-13 February 22, 2001
[folders 5-6 of 6]
March 7, 2001
[4 folders]
March 20, 2001
[5 folders]
April 6, 2001
[3 folders]
April 24, 2001
[folders 1-6 of 11]
Box
2006/076-14 April 24, 2001
[folders 7-11 of 11]
May 8, 2001
[8 folders]
May 24, 2001
[folders 1-4 of 10]
Box
2006/076-15 May 24, 2001
[folders 5-10 of 10]
Customer Education Plan, July 24, 2000
Electric Capacity, 1998-1999
Staff Analysis of The Light Years Report by Texas Performance Review, February 1997
[2 folders]
Texas Senate Interim Committee on Electric Utility Restructuring:
Texas Delegation Visit to California on Electric Utility Restructuring, January 26-27, 1998
Texas Delegation, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, December 16-17, 1998
Pennsylvania Electric Choice Program, December 1998
[2 folders]
Federal Telecom Bill, January-February 1996
Senate Bill 7 Notebook, 1999
[3 folders]
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Order Number 888 Final Rule, April 24, 1996
[2 folders]
Box
2006/076-11 Institute of Public Utilities, Annual Williamsburg Conference, December 10, 1998
Federal Communications Commission: Texas 271 Order, June 30, 2000
[2 folders]
Transmission Rule 1998 Notebook, 1998
Box
2006/076-16 1997 Electric Competition Bill, 1997
Waller Creek Communications Arbitration with Southwestern Bell Telephone, 1998
Universal Service Joint Board Notebook, June 7-10, 1998
[2 folders]
Texas Utilities Company, Operation and Financial Review, June 1997
TU Electric, Cities exhibits and settlement negotiations, 1997, undated
PUC Docket No. 18490, re: Texas Utilities Electric Company base rates, 1997, 1998, undated
[5 folders]
TU Service Activity/Project Summary for the 12 Month Period Ending June 30, 1997
Electric Utility Rate Filing Package for Generating Utilities, September 9, 1992
Texas Utilities Company, Corporate Update, October 1997
Chase ONE World of Energy Conference, December 3, 1997
PUC Functional Organization Chart for FY 1998, February 1998
Dockets Nos. 18465, 18741, and 18895, 1998, undated
Enron Corp:
1995 Enron Outlook
Enron Corp, 1994 Report to Shareholders and Customers
PUC on Natural Gas Derivative Products, February 3, 1994
Enron Corp's Outlook for Natural Gas, undated, probably 1990
Gas Acquisition Strategies for the 1990s, November 29, 1990
Natural Gas, the Fuel of Choice for Electric Generation in the 1990s, undated, probably 1990
Enron Power Services, undated
Texas PUC Briefing, May 9, 1991
Electric Industry Restructuring, 1996
ERCOT correspondence and materials, 2000-2001
[folders 1-2 of 5]
Box
2006/076-17 ERCOT correspondence and materials, 2000-2001
[folders 3-5 of 5]
[Several empty folders were removed from Box 2006/076-17. Folder titles included Agenda and Witness List, Orders and Motions, Army Exhibit 1 (D) Kincil, TXU Exhibit (D) Sherburne, Cities Exhibit 54 (D) Anderson, TIEC Exhibit 19 (D) Pollock, Staff Exhibit 19 (D) Troxel, State/DFWHC/CICH 1 Position, TIEC Exhibit 20 Pollock, TXU Exhibit 134 Sherburne, and TXU Exhibit 133 Sherburne. Some titles were repeated more than once. The full form of all acronyms used is not apparent.]
Southwestern Bell, 1997
Testimony of Dr. Eugene F. Rasmussen, February 23, 1998
[2 folders]
HL&P (Houston Light & Power) Hearing Notebook, March 16-17, 1998
[3 folders]
PUC recommendation regarding SWBT (Southwestern Bell Telephone) bid to enter the long distance market, January 2000
Brief in support of application by Southwestern Bell for provision of in-region, interlata services in Texas, January 10, 2000
Proposed Measure Definitions and Procedures FY 2000-2001, June 24, 1998
The Evaluation of the Public Utility Commission of Texas Reply (CC Docket No. 00-4), February 22, 2000
The Evaluation of the PUC of Texas (CC Docket No. 00-65), April 26, 2000
Dockets numbers 22168 and 22469, Interim award, June 6, 2000 (received by the PUC)
Appendix to Recommendation of the PUC of Texas, appendix I, volume I, June 1, 1998 (received by the PUC)
[3 folders]
Information regarding ERCOT board meetings, August-December 1999
Box
2006/076-18 PUC of Texas, substantive rules, chapter 25, electric, December 21, 1999
Third Report and Order and Fourth Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking released by the FCC, 1999
Recommendation of the PUC of Texas, docket no. 00-4, January 31, 2000
22791, Cumby Telephone Cooperative Incorporated/GTE Interconnection Agreement, July 17, 2000
22794, U.S. Metro Line Services, Inc./GTE Interconnection Agreement, July 17, 2000
22792, Business Telecom, Inc./GTE Interconnection Agreement, July 17, 2000
"Cable Open Access" file, 1999-2000
22793, W.T. Service Incorporated/GTE Interconnection Agreement, July 17, 2000
Box
2006/076-4 PUC Docket Number 21791, probably 2000
Texas Performance Measures, Business Rules Version 1.6 Matrix, undated



Commissioners files, Place 1, Max Yzaguirre's files, 2000-2002, undated,
7.88 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. These are the files of Commissioner Max Yzaguirre, filling Place 1 on the Texas Public Utility Commission. Records are dated 2000-2002 and undated, covering the period Commissioner Yzaguirre served on the PUC (2001 to 2002) and slightly after. Records present include correspondence and notes, internal memos and reports, speeches and presentations, supporting documentation for open meetings, applications, papers from professional or trade association meetings, legislative committee reports, and customer complaints. These records include the files of Amy Swann, aide to Chairman Yzaguirre, and advisor Bridget Headrick.
Topics discussed include regulation and deregulation electric utilities; Electric Reliability Council of Texas; contemporary concerns with energy and economic development issues; pending and new state and federal legislation; state energy policy; and litigation involving the Public Utility Commission.
Arrangement
The records are arranged as received from the creating agency. Main record groupings include Chairman's office; open meetings, supporting documentation; and correspondence. Not all records fall within these groupings.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item and cite the group), Commissioner files, Place 1, Max Yzaguirre's files, Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. 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, agency memoranda and working papers (Texas Government Code Section 552.111); e-mail addresses (Texas Government Code, Section 552.136); financial information (Texas, Government Code, Section 552.136); and social security numbers (Texas, Government Code Section 552.147), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. Refer to the overall restriction statement for instructions on requesting access through the Texas Attorney General.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, August 2012
Box
2006/076-5 Chairman's Office - Bridget Headrick and Amy Swann - notes and correspondence:
Distributed Generation Interconnection Manual, February 1, 2001
Docket 21665, Reliant Energy, Inc., Financing Order to Securitize Regulatory Assets and Other Qualified Costs, undated, after February 2000
Texas Electric Choice, Year-to-Date Report (draft), July 27, 2001
Federal Communications Commission orders and reply comments, 2001
[folders 1-6 of 7]
Box
2006/076-6 Federal Communications Commission orders and reply comments, 2001
[folder 7 of 7]
Request for tax opinion regarding the obligation to calculate, collect, and remit taxes for the sale of electric transmission and distribution services and certain utility service charges pursuant to Tax Code Chapter 151 (Limited Sales, Excise and Use Tax), Chapter 182 (Gross Receipts Tax) and Chapter 171 (Franchise Tax), August 16, 2001, March 27, 2001
[2 folders]
Recovery of Stranded Costs per Senate Bill 7, May 30, 2001, May 26, 2000, February 24, 2000
Bridget Hedrick's files, 2001
[2 folders]
Amy Swann's files, 2001
[3 folders]
Legislative Oversight Committee, November 2, 2001
[2 folders]
Texas Telephone Association, 2001 Member Handbook
TXU, 2001
Joint Hearing with Legislative Oversight Committee, December 5, 2001
Commissioner Training Material, Policy Development Division, June 2001
Sempra Fiber Links, 2001
Application of SEI Texas, LLC for Permit Nos. 40619 and PSD-TX-933, 2001
Transfer to Cypress Communications, Inc. of MCI WorldCom Communications, Inc., 2002
Enron, 2001-2002
ERCOT:
Presentation, Electric Oversight Committee Hearing, September 7, 2001
Box
2006/076-23 Board of Directors meetings:
August 21, 2001
September 18, 2001
October 16, 2001
November 19, 2001
December 18, 2001
Board of Directors retreat, January 15, 2002
Testing of BENA (Balanced Energy Neutrality Adjustment) Charge Computation for July 31 to August 16, 2001, November 19, 2001
Wholesale Market Reports, 2001
Box
2006/076-6 Texas-New Mexico Power Company, 2001
Balancing Energy Neutrality Adjustment, 2001
Clean Cities Coalition, 2001
El Paso Electric, 2001
NRG Energy, 2001
IP Communications, 2001
Good Company Associates, 2001
NARUC (National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners) Convention - Entergy Regulators, 2001
Customer complaints, 2001-2002, undated
Survey of Organizational Excellence - Data Summary Report, 2001-2002
FY 2002 First Quarter Key Performance Measures Report, September 1-November 30, 2001
Report of Nonfinancial Data Fiscal Year Ended August 31, 2001, December 28, 2001
Annual Internal Audit Report, 2001
PUC Operating Budget, 2001
Correspondence:
No written response, 2002
Box
2006/076-22 General:
June-August 2001
September 2001
October 2001
November 2001
December 2001
January 2002
Box
2006/076-8 Travel Files, FY 2002
Faxes, FY 2002
LITE UP Texas Program, 2002:
[These files date post-date Max Yzaguirre's term of service. Most are replies from Julie Swann, executive assistant of the Public Utility Commission.]
Return applications
Send applications
Co-op related
Returned mail
Miscellaneous file
Box
2006/076-21 Open meetings, supporting documentation:
June 14, 2001
June 28, 2001
Volume I
[3 folders]
Volume II
[2 folders]
July 12, 2001
Volume I
[3 folders]
Box
2006/076-22 Volume II
[2 folders]
August 2, 2001
Volume I
[3 folders]
Volume II
[3 folders]
Box
2006/076-18 August 23, 2001:
Volume I
[3 folders]
Volume II
[4 folders]
September 5, 2001
Volume I
[3 folders]
Volume II
[2 folders]
Box
2006/076-19 September 17, 2001
September 19, 2001
Volume I
[3 folders]
Volume II
[2 folders]
October 3, 2001
Volume I
[3 folders]
Volume II
[3 folders]
October 18, 2001
Volume I
[3 folders]
Volume II
[folders 1-2 of 3]
Box
2006/076-20 Volume II
[folder 3 of 3]
October 31 and November 1, 2001
Volumes I thru III
[2 folders]
Volume IV
[3 folders]
November 8, 2001
[2 folders]
November 9, 2001
[3 folders]
Volumes I and II, November 20, 2001
[4 folders]
December 3, 2001
Electric Utility Restructuring, Legislative Oversight Committee, Joint Public Hearing, December 5, 2001
December 7, 2001
[folder 1 of 4]
Box
2006/076-21 December 7, 2001
[folders 2-4 of 4]
December 19, 2001
[3 folders]
January 10, 2002
[2 folders]
Box
2006/076-22 Contacts, Chairman Yzaguirre's Call Sheets FY 2002, September 7-December 11, 2001
Governor's training seminar for new appointees, August 2001
Texas Readiness Hearing notes, October 5, 2001
Speeches:
Texas' Role in the National Energy Policy, September 27, 2001
Public Utility Law Section Seminar, October 2, 2001
Gulf Coast Power Association fall conference, October 2, 2001
American Bar Association Section of International Law and Practice 2001 Section Meeting, October 11, 2001
Governor's Conference on Organizational Excellence, November 26, 2001
Harvard Electricity Policy Group, November 30, 2001
Midland Senate 31 Club, December 12, 2001
PUC report to ERCOT, December 2001
2001 PUC events, December 2001
Max's speaking engagements, August, November 2001, undated
Box
2006/076-23 Meeting notes, 2001
Border Control Issues, 2001-2002
State Infrastructure Protection Advisory Committee, November-December 2001



Commissioners files, Place 1, Paul Hudson's files, 2003-2008,
0.17 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records are composed of speeches, papers and presentations of Commissioner Paul Hudson. Hudson served on the Public Utility Commission from 2003 to 2008 and was chairman (filling Place 1) from 2004 to 2007. Records are dated 2003-2008, the period Commissioner Hudson served as PUC chairman. Topics include remarks to the Texas Telephone Association and House Regulated Industries, among others.
Arrangement
The records are arranged chronologically, as received from the creating agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioner files, Place 1, Paul Hudson's files, Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, March 2015
Box
2008/044-2 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2006-August 31, 2007
Box
2013/044-2 Speech "Transmission Development", September 27, 2007
Box
2014/015-1 Administrative correspondence, January 1, 2003-August 31, 2008
[2 folders]



Commissioners files, Places 1 and 2, Donna L. Nelson's files, 2009-2012,
fractional

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records are composed of speeches, papers and presentations of Commissioner Donna L. Nelson. Nelson was appointed by Governor Rick Perry to the Public Utility Commission on August 15, 2008 and became chairman on July 26, 2011. Records are dated 2006-2012, covering part of the period Nelson served on the PUC. Topics include resource adequacy in the electric market and electric choice, among others.
Arrangement
The records are arranged chronologically, as received from the creating agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item and cite the group), Commissioner files, Places 1 1984-1985and 2, Donna L. Nelson's files, Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, June 2013
Box
2011/038-2 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2009-August 31, 2010
Box
2012/018-2 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2010-August 31, 2011
Box
2013/044-2 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2011-August 31, 2012



Commissioners files, Places 1 and 3, Barry T. Smitherman's files, 2006-2010,
0.46 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records are composed of speeches, papers and presentations of Commissioner Barry T. Smitherman. Smitherman served on the Public Utility Commission from 2004 to 2011, filling Place 3 until November 2007 when he was appointed Chairman. Records are dated 2006-2010, covering part of the period Smitherman served on the PUC. Topics include remarks given at the Peak Load Management Alliance Conference and the Texas Energy Summit, among others.
Arrangement
The records are arranged chronologically, as received from the creating agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioner files, Place 3, Barry T. Smitherman's files, Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, June 2013
Box
2008/044-2 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2006-August 31, 2007
Box
2013/044-2 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2007-August 31, 2008
Box
2010/011-1 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2008-August 31, 2009
Box
2011/038-2 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2009-August 31, 2010



Commissioners files, Place 2, 1973, 1976-1991, bulk 1979-1987,
15.75 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records present include correspondence; internal memos and reports; topical research reports and studies by staff, utility companies/associations, consultants, or outside interest groups; annual reports and other publications by utilities under PUC regulation; papers from professional or trade association meetings; legislative committee reports; proposed legislation; surveys conducted by outside groups; proposals (and comments) for rule changes being considered by the Commission; copies of dockets, complaints, and orders; copies of hearings before the Federal Communications Commission; resolutions and some minutes from professional associations; petitions from utility customers; and press releases. These are correspondence and subject files of the Commissioners filling Place 2 on the Texas Public Utility Commission. Dates covered are 1973, 1976-1991, bulk 1979-1987. Commissioners represented in these records are Alan R. Erwin, who served 1975-1979; Henry Moak Rollins, who served 1979-1983; Philip F. Ricketts, who served 1983-1985; and Jo Campbell, who served 1985-1991. Correspondents include other state agencies and officials, utility companies and associations, legislators and congressmen, federal agencies and officials, utility commissioners in other states, professional and trade associations, businesses, and the general public.
Topics discussed include regulation and deregulation of telephone and electric utilities; telephone access changes; consumer complaints of rate charges; research into and contemporary concerns with energy and economic development issues, such as nuclear power, cogeneration, load management, and time-of-day rates; pending and new state and federal legislation; and litigation involving the Public Utility Commission.
The series Commissioners files, Place 2, 1981, 1984-1997, bulk 1987-1991 largely cover the period Jo Campbell served on the Commission.
Arrangement
The records are arranged alphabetically, then generally in reverse chronological order within the folders.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioner files, Place 2 (1973, 1976-1991), Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, March 1998
Box
1996/113-28 Access charges, 1985
Access charges, 1983-1984
Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Act, 1981
Attorney General's Office:
January 1990
January-May 1989
August-December 1988
October-December 1988
October 1987-September 1988
August-September 1987
June-August 1987
May-June 1987
April-May 1987
March-April 1987
January-February 1987
Box
1996/113-29 July-December 1986
July 1986
March-June 1986
December 1985-February 1986
May-November 1985
May-October 1985
March 1985
[2 folders]
July-September 1984
December 1983-July 1984
April-July 1983
1978, May 1982-March 1983
March 1980-April 1982
Box
1996/113-30 Attorney General Opinions:
November 1988-August 1989
May 1987-October 1988
October 1986-April 1987
March-October 1986
May 1986, September 1985, December 1988
February 1984-November 1985
1979-1983
AT&T (American Telephone and Telegraph):
1988-1989
1987
1984-1986
1984
1983
Central and Southwest Services, 1980, 1986-1987
Central Power & Light, 1983-1984, 1987-1989
Central Telephone Company of Texas, 1980-1982, 1988
Box
1996/113-31 Cogeneration:
July 1984-November 1985
February-July 1984
March 1983-January 1984
Cogeneration, reports, 1986
[2 folders]
Cogeneration, reports, 1984
[2 folders]
Cogeneration, proposal, 1984
Comanche Peak steam electric generating station, 1980-1982
Commission forms, 1980
Commission forms, 1979-1980
Commission studies, 1981
Commission studies, internal:
1982
1980
1979-1981
Box
1996/113-32 Complaints, electric:
December 1984-February 1985
January-February 1985
1978, February-May 1985
June-August 1985
May-October 1985
September 1985-March 1986
February-August 1984
June-October 1984
October-December 1984
December 1982-September 1983
May 1982-April 1983
October-December 1982
August-October 1982
February-August 1982
June 1980-December 1981
September 1979-December 1980
Box
1996/113-33 Complaints, General Telephone Company of the Southwest:
1986-1987
1985
1984
1983
1982-1983
1980-1981
Complaints, Houston Lighting and Power:
1986
1985
1984
1983
1981-1982
Complaints, Southwestern Bell:
1987
1986
July-December 1985
March-May 1985
Box
1996/113-34 November 1984-March 1985
August 1984-January 1985
August-December 1984
May-August 1984
February-June 1984
October-December 1983
August-October 1983
December 1982-August 1983
July-December 1982
May-July 1982
February 1981-August 1982
November 1980-July 1981
May-December 1980
December 1979-April 1980
August 1979-February 1980
Box
1996/113-35 Complaints, miscellaneous telephone:
1987
1986
March-September 1985
October 1984-June 1985
1984
1982-1983
1979-1981; 1979-1984
(chart)
Complaints, miscellaneous water:
1985
August-November 1984
January-September 1984
1983
December 1980-January 1983
February-March 1982
May 1979-September 1981
Continental Telephone Company of Texas, 1978-1983, 1990
Box
1996/113-36 Commissioners correspondence, miscellaneous - Jo Campbell:
September 1987-April 1988
June-September 1987
February-June 1987
September 1986-January 1987
December 1986-January 1987
November-December 1986
July-November 1986
April-July 1986
March-April 1986
January-March 1986
October-December 1985
August-November 1985
Commissioners correspondence, miscellaneous - Phillip Ricketts:
October 1984-October 1985
April-August 1985
April-June 1985
Box
1996/113-37 February-April 1985
December 1984-February 1985
January-February 1985
October-December 1984
September-October 1984
September 1984
August-September 1984
December 1979, August-September 1984
August 1984
June-August 1984
January-May 1984
April-December 1983
September-December 1983
August-September 1983
April-July 1983
Box
1996/113-38 Commissioners correspondence, miscellaneous - Henry Moak Rollins:
August 1982-March 1983
February-August 1982
January-March 1982
January-October 1981
September 1979-December 1980
October 1979-April 1980
Correspondence, Congressional:
April 1988-January 1990
May-October 1987
December 1985-February 1987
December 1984-November 1985
January-November 1984
October 1979-November 1983
re: FERC, April 1988
Correspondence, consumer - Electric:
January-November 1987
(re: Gulf States Utilities), December 1986-January 1987
Box
1996/113-39 (re: Gulf States Utilities), February-December 1986
(re: Texas-New Mexico Power), February-December 1986
May-December 1986
January-May 1986
(re: high voltage transmission lines):
July-October 1985
June-August 1985
June-July 1985
Correspondence, Governor's Office:
March-November 1987
January-December 1986
January-December 1985
December 1983-November 1984
March-November 1984
March-July 1983
February-September 1982
Box
1996/113-40 March-August 1981
January-December 1980
August-December 1979
Correspondence, city and state representatives (primarily state legislators):
August 1990-March 1991
October 1989-February 1990
February-July 1989
July 1988-February 1989
January-June 1988
July-November 1987
March-July 1987
March 1987
December 1986-March 1987
June-September 1986
January-June 1986
October-December 1985
March-October 1985
Box
1996/113-41 June-September 1985
February-May 1985
January-March 1985
January 1985
October-December 1984
August-October 1984
September 1983, August-September 1984
December 1983-August 1984
February-November 1983
February-December 1982
August 1980-October 1981
November 1978-August 1980
Court cases on appeal:
Texas state agencies vs. PUC, 1986
[3 folders]
1986
Box
1996/113-42 1985
1984
1977, 1982-1983
Court opinions:
October 1990-May 1991
May 1991
1989-1990
1988-1989
1988
1987-1988
1986-1987
1987
1983
1973
Court cases and opinions:
1991
November 1988-June 1989
August 1987-May 1988
May-June 1987
March-May 1987
Box
1996/113-43 November 1986-February 1987
September 1985-July 1986
Dallas Power & Light Company, 1979-1983
Department of Energy:
1982, 1984
1979-1981
Report re: incremental pricing of natural gas, 1979
[2 folders]
Deregulation, 1982
DOW Chemical Company, 1981-1982
Dual certification:
Antitrust implications, 1982
Antitrust implications, August-November 1979
Electric utilities, June 1979
Electric utilities, November 1976-January 1977
EAS (Extended Area Service):
October 1984-February 1987
August-November 1984
August 1984
1981-1982
Staff report, 1980
Box
1996/113-44 Electric cooperatives, 1987-1988
Electric cooperatives, local and data research study, 1982
Electric Power Research Institute, 1982, 1990
Electric utilities:
Financial ratings, 1983
Return on equity, 1986
Return on equity, 1985
Return on equity, reserve capacity, 1983-1984
Energy emergency planning, role of local and state government, 1980-1984
Energy emergency planning, role of local and state government, workshop, October 1982
El Paso Electric Company:
1984-1990
1980-1982
1980
1979-1980
Box
1996/113-45 ERCOT (Electric Reliability Council of Texas):
1989-1990
1989
1980-1982, 1985, 1987
Energy Aid Program, 1983
FCC (Federal Communications Commission):
October 1987-May 1988
September 1986-March 1987
June-August 1986
May 1986
May 1986
December 1985-March 1986
November 1984-November 1985
December 1984-February 1985
November-December 1984
Box
1996/113-46 May 1984
August-September 1984
[2 folders]
August 1984
[2 folders]
November 1982-April 1984
March-July 1982
FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission):
September 1987-November 1988
January 1986-May 1987
November 1985
October 1979-May 1985
FERC docketed matters:
January 1980-January 1981
Box
1996/113-47 August-September 1979
August 1979
FERC - Interconnect:
November 1981-June 1982
July 1980-December 1981
August 1980
May-July 1980
October 1979-May 1980
[2 folders]
October 1979-March 1980
June-October 1979
August 1977-March 1979
Box
1996/113-48 GTE (General Telephone Company of the Southwest):
October 1983-July 1990
May 1983
May 1983
July 1982-February 1983
August 1981-July 1982
April-August 1981
December 1979-July 1981
Gulf States Utilities Company:
August 1988-May 1989
October 1986-August 1988
May-September 1986
December 1985-April 1986
February 1980-July 1985
Box
1996/113-49 River Bend Nuclear Power Plant, 1981-1982
Houston, City of, 1983
Houston Lighting and Power:
1990
March 1983-January 1987
February 1983
January 1983
December 1982
March 1981-October 1982
July 1980-February 1981
October 1979-April 1980
Interconnect studies, 1980
Jasper-Newton Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1982
Load forecast report, 1984-1985
Local measured service, telephone, 1983
Local measured service, telephone, 1983
Box
1996/113-50 Lower Colorado River Authority, Special investigation:
Executive summary report and statements, April 1986
Investigation report, April 1986
[2 folders]
Lower Colorado River Authority, 1980-1985
Management audits, 1980
McCulloch Electric Cooperative, 1982
MCI Telecommunications, 1982-1984
MCI Telecommunications, 1980
MARC (Mid-America Regulatory Conference):
1988-1989
1985-1986
1983
1981-1982
Memos - Commissioners/staff:
November 1985-February 1989
September-November 1985
April-August 1985
December 1984-April 1985
September-November 1984
August-December 1984
Box
1996/113-51 July-September 1984
February-June 1984
February 1984
July-December 1983
1979, 1982, April-August 1983
January-March 1983
April 1980-December 1982
April 1980
August 1979-March 1980
NARUC (National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners):
October 1989-January 1990
June-August 1989
February-October 1988
November 1987-January 1988
July 1987
March-June 1987
January-February 1987
Box
1996/113-52 January-September 1986
April-November 1985
January-April 1985
December 1983, December 1984
September-November 1984
August 1984
March-May 1984
October 1983-March 1984
May-September 1983
February 1983
September 1982-March 1983
July 1981-June 1982
April-July 1981
November 1979-September 1980
Box
1996/113-53 NARUC Communications Committee:
April-July 1985
February 1985
November 1984-January 1985
October-November 1984
June-October 1984
NARUC State legislation project, 1984-1985
NRRI (National Regulatory Research Institute), 1982-1983, 1986-1988
NRRI, 1983-1984
Natural gas legislation, 1984
Natural Gas Production Act, 1981-1982
North American Electric Reliability Council's 1982 annual report, 1982-1983
Nuclear power, 1982-1984
Nuclear power plant issuance, 1982
Nuclear power plant regulation, 1980, 1982
Nuclear power plant siting, 1981-1983
Nuclear waste disposal, 1982
Box
1996/113-54 Oil backout legislation, Washington trip (April 18, 1980):
June-August 1980
July-August 1980
June 1980
January-July 1980
Oklahoma Corporation Commission, 1980, 1982
Palo Verde Nuclear Plant:
1986
[3 folders]
July 1986-May 1987
November 1985-July 1986
February-April 1985
January 1985
October-November 1984
September-October 1984
Box
1996/113-55 August-September 1984
June-August 1984
August 1983-April 1984
File II, 1984
[3 folders]
People's National Utility Company, 1979-1982
Pole attachments, 1982
Power plant construction progress reports, 1984-1986
PUC Committee on Discovery, 1987
PUC Energy Efficiency Division:
October 1984-February 1985
April-September 1984
February-March 1984
December 1983-February 1984
May 1980, November-December 1983
August-November 1983
Box
1996/113-56 1988 PUC Tariff review process:
1988
1976, 1985, 1988
1986, 1988
PUC reorganization plans, 1983
PURPA (Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act):
March-June 1982
March 1982
February-July 1981
PURPA compliance:
March-June 1982
December 1980
November 1980
November 1979-September 1980
November 1979
June-September 1979
Railroad Commission of Texas, 1984
Rail Act of 1980
Railroad Deregulation Bill, U.S. Congress, 1980
Regulatory Reform Act of 1982
Regulatory Research Associates, Inc., 1982, 1984
Box
1996/113-57 Residential Energy Conservation Program, PUC, 1979-1981
Severance tax on coal (NARUC), 1980
Small utility ratemaking issues, 1980, 1982
Smith, Tommie Gene, 1982-1983
Solar energy, 1980
South Texas Nuclear Project:
1983-1984, 1987
March 1982
May 1981-May 1982
May 1980-April 1981
Southwest Power Pool, 1982
Southwestern Bell:
1987-1990
November 1985-May 1987
September 1984-July 1985
January 1984-April 1986
May-September 1984
December 1983-May 1984
October 1983
Box
1996/113-58 April 1981-September 1982
February-March 1981
March 1980-March 1981
1976
Southwestern Electric Power Company, 1983
Southwestern Public Service Company, 1982-1986
State-federal relations, 1983-1986
State-federal relations, 1980-1982
Sunset review:
1984
1982
Report to the Sunset Commission, November 1981
Draft of report with suggested changes, November 1981
Report to the Sunset Commission, October 1981
Draft of part II of the self-evaluation report, October 1981
March 1981
Box
1996/113-59 Supreme Court of the United States, 1983
Tarrant Utility Company:
October 1980-June 1982
August-October 1980
January-August 1980
Telecommunications deregulation (relating to docket 5676):
1984-1985
1984
1983-1984
Telecommunications reports, 1984
Telephone deregulation bill, Senate Bill 898, 1981
Telephone expensing station connections, 1981
TENRAC/PUC load management conference, October 13, 1982
TENRAC, 1982-1983
Texas Electric Cooperatives, Inc., 1982-1989
Texas Electric Cooperatives, Inc., 1980-1984
TESCO, 1979-1983
Texas Department of Health/PUC Coordination Committee, 1992
Box
1996/113-60 Texas-New Mexico Power Company:
1982-1990
1982
1979-1982
Texas Power and Light, 1979-1980
Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association, Inc., 1985
Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association, Inc., 1985
Texas Telephone Association, 1980-1984
Texas Utilities Company:
September 1986-May 1989
November 1985-August 1986
April 1980-November 1985
Tex-La Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1980, 1987-1988
Three Mile Island cleanup costs, 1982
Two year rule, class action suit, 1980-1981
Union Carbide, 1982
U.S. Telephone Communications, Inc., 1982-1983
United Telephone Company of Texas, Inc., 1981-1982, 1987
Box
1996/113-61 Utility trends, July 1983-March 1985
Victoria Political Action League, 1982
City of Webster, telephone service report, 1983
West Texas Utilities Company:
March 1989
June 1985-March 1989
October 1982-July 1985
August 1980-April 1981



Commissioners files, Place 2, 1981, 1984-1997, bulk 1987-1991,
2.3 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records present include correspondence, internal memos and reports, telephone message logs, reports, resolutions, speeches and papers, and financial disclosures. These are correspondence and subject files of the Commissioners filling Place 2 on the Texas Public Utility Commission. Records are dated 1981, 1984-1997, covering the term of Philip F. Ricketts, who served 1983-1985; Jo Campbell, who served 1985-1991; and Robert Gee, who served 1991-1997. The bulk of the records, dating 1987-1991, cover the periods served by Jo Campbell and Robert Gee on the Commission. Correspondents include PUC staff, other state agencies and officials, utility companies and associations, and legislators and congressmen. Topics discussed include regulation and deregulation of telephone and electric utilities, and research into and contemporary concerns with energy and economic development issues.
The series Commissioners files, Place 2, 1973, 1976-1991, bulk 1979-1987 also covers the period of several commissioners. Additional files of Jo Campbell are in the series Commissioners files, Place 2, Jo Campbell's files, 1977, 1986-1991.
Arrangement
The correspondence records are arranged alphabetically, then generally in reverse chronological order within the folders. The other files are arranged by topic or commissioner.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioner files, Place 2 (1981, 1984-1997), Commissioners files, Texas Public Utility Commission. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, March 1998
Processed by Jessica Tucker, June 2013
Box
1997/046-15 Jo Campbell, miscellaneous correspondence:
March 1990-October 1991
September 1989-March 1990
February-August 1989
January-February 1989
November 1988-February 1989
August-December 1988
April-August 1988
May 1987-April 1988
Jo Campbell, financial disclosures, 1984-1991
Dallas Conference, 1984
Hightower meetings, renewable energy sources, 1984-1986
PUC Houston conference, 1983
Ratchets, 1981, 1984
Phil Ricketts, miscellaneous correspondence, 1984
Resolutions, 1992
Special Counsel memos, 1991
Statewide energy plan, 1988-1994
Miscellaneous, 1986
Box
2005/139-8 Commissioner Robert Gee:
Correspondence:
Administrative:
A-C, 1991-1996
[2 folders]
D-F, 1991-1996
[2 folders]
G-K, 1991-1996
[2 folders]
L-P, 1991-1996
Shen Ping Liang (personal correspondence), 1993-1995
Q-U, 1991-1996
V-XYZ, 1991-1996
Legislative:
October 1996-September 1997
January-December 1995
[2 folders]
January-December 1994
[2 folders]
November 1992-December 1993
[3 folders]
Members of Congress correspondence, 1992-1995
Letters to Governor Ann Richards,
Governor Bush correspondence, 1994-1996
Box
2005/139-9 NARUC, Letters signed by Robert W. Gee, September-October 1995, March 1997
Letters to others, 1991-1996
Memoranda, 1991-1992
Bob Krueger, May 1993
Reading files, 1995-1997
[3 folders]
Speeches and papers:
Hawaii PUC "Electricity Infrastructure" Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 29, 1997
Hemispheric Energy Regulatory Conference, Mexico City, Mexico, July 18-19, 1996
State Bar of Texas Utility Conference, Austin, Texas, June 28, 1996
HERG (Harvard Electricity Policy Group) Session, May 16, 1997
Statement of Robert W. Gee before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, March 20, 1997
Testimony of Commissioner Gee before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, March 20, 1996
Transmission Congestion Contracts: Defining Available Transmission Capacity, October 26-27, 1995
Testimony of Commissioner Gee before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Commerce, October 13, 1995
Testimony of Commissioner Gee before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Commerce, Securities and Exchange Commission Report on the Regulation of Public Utility Holding Committees, August 4, 1995
Legislative Interim Committee Hearings, May 4-5, 1994
Joint Interim Committees and Sunset Meeting, October 4-5, 1994
Senate Committee on International Relations, Trade, and Technology, January 12, 1994
Biography, 1995
Response to Public Utilities Fortnightly 1994 Regulators' Forum
Gulf Coast Cogeneration Association Fall Regional Conference, September 22, 1994
State Commission Oversight Grappling with New PUHCA (Public Utility Holding Company Act) Responsibilities, July 18-19, 1994
FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) Transmission Decisions: Landmarks on the Road to Competition, June 22, 1994
Federal Energy Bar Association, May 12, 1994
FERC Technical Conference on Transmission Pricing, April 8, 1994
American Bar Association of Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law, Seventh Annual Conference on Electricity Law and Regulation, March 23-25, 1994
Agenda, March 21, 1994
1994 Western Communications Forum, February 8, 1994
Testimony before the Interim Legislative Committee on Telecommunications and the Interim Legislative Committee on the Public Utility Commission, January 20, 1994
State Bar of Texas 1994 Annual Convention, June 23, 1994
American Petroleum Institute Telecommunications Committee, November 19, 1993
NARUC 105th Annual Convention, November 15, 1993
Texas Society of Telephone Engineers, October 1, 1993
Telemessaging Services Association of Texas, October 1, 1993
"Texas must make rules for info superhighway" (newspaper clipping), August 12, 1993
Conference on Integrated Resource Planning and Utility Profitability, July 30, 1993
Public Utility Law Section Conference, June 28-29, 1993
TIEC Annual Meeting, March 6, 1993
Let's Identify Goals for Texas' Telecommunications Future, undated
Demand-Side Management Bidding Conference, January 14, 1993
Testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Commerce Subcommittees on Energy and Power and Telecommunications and Finance, August 4, 1995
Outline of Comments on Telecommunications, July 20, 1995
Testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee of Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee on Energy Production and Regulation, June 6, 1995
American Bar Association of Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law, Eighth Annual Conference on Electricity Law and Regulation,February 15-17, 1995
Monthly planners, 1996, 1997
Philip Ricketts' communications logs, undated, probably 1983-1985
Staff meetings agenda:
1997
[2 folders]
1995, 1996
[3 folders]
Staff meetings notes:
September 1994-June 1995
August 1993-September 1994
July 1992-June 1993
November 1991
Telephone message logs:
Undated
[3 folders]
November 1995-February 7, 1996
February-May 1991



Commissioners files, Place 2, Jo Campbell's files, 1977, 1986-1991,
0.71 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records present include memos, press releases, copies of dissenting opinions, resolutions, clippings, and a case file involving the Commissioner. These are office files of Commissioner Jo Campbell, a Commissioner filling Place 2 on the Texas Public Utility Commission. Dates covered are 1977, 1986-1991. Correspondents include the PUC Executive Director, the general counsel, and other staff; and the Attorney General. Topics covered include the hiring of outside general counsel, the agency's budget, and litigation involving Commissioner Jo Campbell. The majority of materials from Commissioner Campbell's term are present in the series Commissioner's files, Place 2, 1973, 1976-1991, bulk 1979-1987 and Commissioner's files, Place 2, 1981, 1984-1997, bulk 1987-1991. Speeches of Commissioner Campbell are present in the series Speeches, found in a separate finding aid, Texas Public Utility Commission: An Inventory of Records at the Texas State Archives, 1975-2002.
Arrangement
The records are arranged alphabetically, then generally in reverse chronological order within the folders.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioners files, Place 2, Jo Campbell's files, Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, March 1998
Box
1996/113-62 Attorney General cases, No. C-6880 and C-6811, 1987-1989
[4 folders]
Attorney General cases, Thomas Clark attorney's fees, 1987-1989
Attorney General, conflict of interest, hiring of outside counsel, 1987
Attorney General, conflict of interest, hiring of outside counsel, clippings, 1987-1988
Bluebonnet project, 1990
Coal royalty taxes, 1989-1990
Dissent on budget, 1988
Dissent on hiring of Special Counsel, 1986, 1988-1989
Executive Director memos, 1991-1997
Executive Director memos, 1977, 1990-1991
H.R. 3030, testimony of Jo Campbell, 1989
Miscellaneous correspondence:
July 1990-November 1991
1984, 1985, August 1988-June 1990
February-July 1988
April 1987-February 1988
Box
1996/113-63 February-October 1986
January-December 1985
June-September 1984
NARUC acid rain questionnaire, 1990
Published articles, Jo Campbell, 1988
Resolutions, 1987
Special Counsel memos, April-September 1991
Special Counsel memos, December 1990-April 1991



Commissioners files, Place 2, Judy W. Walsh's files, 1995-2001, undated,
1.58 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. These records are the files of Commissioner Judy W. Walsh, filling Place 2 on the Texas Public Utility Commission. Records are dated 1995-2001, undated, covering the period Commissioner Walsh served on the PUC. Topics discussed include regulation and deregulation of telephone and electric utilities; contemporary concerns with energy and economic development issues; and pending and new state and federal legislation.
Arrangement
The records are arranged roughly in reverse chronological order as received from the creating agency.
Technical Requirements
Records contain information on 3.5-inch floppy disks. The researcher wishing to view any of the information on the disks should consult with Archives staff and be aware that the Archives may not own the equipment needed to access some information. Some information on the disks may be exempted from disclosure under the Texas Public Information Act, and the disks themselves may or may not still be readable. Please see the Archives staff for more information.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioner files, Place 2, Judy W. Walsh's files, Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. 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, financial information (Texas Government Code, Section 552.136), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. Refer to the overall restriction statement for instructions on requesting access through the Texas Attorney General.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, August 2012
Box
2006/076-1 Administrative correspondence:
July 31, 1995-February 12, 2001
[folders 1-5 of 13]
Box
2006/076-2 July 31, 1995-February 12, 2001
[folders 6-13 of 13]
Box
2006/076-8 Speeches and papers:
Finding the Right Phone Rate, October 28, 1999
Press Conference, Senate Bill 86, October 28, 1999
Seasonality and Reliability, February 5, 2001
ERCOT Speech, June 27, 2000
Securitization - Texas Style, October 14-15, probably 2000
Southwest/West Coast Utilities Seminar, June 7-8, 2000
Texas Retail Electric Competition, May 5, 2000
Lubbock Market Tour, April 18, 2000
House Committee on State Affairs, March 18, 1999
Texas Oil and Gas Association, October 1, 1999
Texas Industrial Energy Conference, October 29, 1999
Public Utility Law Section Seminar, July 16, 1999
National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, February 1999
House Committee on State Affairs, February 16, 1999
Market Power Overview, February 15, 1999
[2 folders]
Gulf Coast Presentation, October 1998
Texas Telephone Association Speech, September 15, 1998
Streets of Laredo, April 29, 1998
The Power Summit, April 3, 1998
Senate Interim Committee on Economic Development, September 24, 1997
Electric Industry Deregulation, June 12, 1997
[2 folders]
Gulf Coast Presentation, November 21, 1996
Materials for preparation for College Station Reliability Panel, September 29, 1998
Economic Regulation Slides, Presentation Information, and Background, 1997 and undated
Speeches, Commissioner Walsh, assorted, 1997 and undated



Commissioners files, Place 2, Julie Parsley's files, 2006-2007,
fractional

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records are composed of speeches, papers and presentations of Commissioner Julie Parsley. Parsley served on the Public Utility Commission from 2002 to 2008, filling Place 2. Records are dated 2006-2007, covering part of the period Parsley served on the PUC. Topics include resource adequacy in the electric market and renewable energy, among others.
Arrangement
The records are arranged chronologically, as received from the creating agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item and cite the group), Commissioner files, Place 2, Julie Parsley's files, Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, June 2013
Box
2008/044-2 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2006-August 31, 2007
Box
2013/044-2 Speech "What Have You Done for Me Lately? A Look at Texas Deregulation", September 1, 2006-August 31, 2007



Commissioners files, Place 3, 1983-1985, bulk 1984,
0.71 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. These files consist largely of correspondence and memorandum, with a few reports and other attachments. They are the correspondence files of Commissioners filling Place 3 on the Texas Public Utility Commission. Records are dated 1983-1985, covering the second term of Alan R. Erwin, who served from 1983-1984, and part of the term of his successor, Dennis L. Thomas, who served from 1984-1988. The bulk cover Alan Erwin's term in 1984. Topics covered include telephone and utility company regulation, extended area service, measured service, and high voltage power lines.
There are a few subject folders, but most of the files are ordered chronologically for each commissioner, instead of by topic as the other groups of commissioners files are primarily arranged.
Arrangement
The records are arranged by commissioner or topic, then generally in reverse chronological order within the folders.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioners files, Place 3, Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, March 1998
Box
1997/046-16 Alan Erwin's files:
May-July 1984
January-July 1984
September 1983, May-June 1984
June 1984
May-June 1984
[2 folders]
May-June 1984
May 1984
April-May 1984
January-April 1984
February-April 1984
March 1984
January-March 1984
May 1983-February 1984
Box
1997/046-17 Extended area service, April-November 1984
[2 folders]
Southwestern Bell measured service, March-September 1984
Walker County docket no. 5023 (re: high voltage power lines), August 1983-October 1984
Dennis Thomas files, December 1984-December 1985
Dennis Thomas files, April-December 1984



Commissioners files, Place 3, Patricia A. Curran's files, 1997-1998, undated,
0.58 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. These records are the correspondence files of Commissioner Patricia A. Curran, filling Place 3 on the Texas Public Utility Commission. They consist of correspondence and memos, with a few reports and other attachments. Records are dated 1997-1998 and undated, coinciding with the term of Patricia A. Curran. Topics covered include telephone and utility company regulation, complaint and response letters, and energy service assessment.
Arrangement
The records are arranged roughly chronologically as received from the creating agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Commissioners files, Place 3, Commissioners files, Patricia A. Curran, Texas Public Utility Commission. 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, financial information (Texas Government Code, Section 552.136), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. Refer to the overall restriction statement for instructions on requesting access through the Texas Attorney General.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, July 2012
Box
2006/076-1 Administrative correspondence:
General, 1997-1998
[7 folders]
Complaint and response letters, 1997-1998
Corpus Christi Power and Light, 1997-1998, undated
Entergy Gulf States, Inc., Service Quality Assessment and Infrastructure Study, final report, August 1998
McGraw-Hill World Energy, 1998
Videocassettes and related correspondence, 1998
[3 folders]



Commissioners files, Places 2 and 3, Kenneth W. Anderson's files, 2009-2014,
0.10 cubic ft.

The Texas Public Utility Commission regulates public utilities, telecommunication, and electric utilities. Records are composed of speeches, papers and presentations of Commissioner Kenneth W. Anderson. Anderson was appointed to the Public Utility Commission in 2008, filling Place 3, and reappointed in 2011, moving to Place 2. Records are dated 2009-2014, covering part of the period Anderson has served on the PUC. Topics include renewable energy and the future of the retail electric market, among others.
Arrangement
The records are arranged chronologically, as received from the creating agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item and cite the group), Commissioner files, Place 3, Kenneth W. Anderson's files, Texas Public Utility Commission commissioners files. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Processing Information
Processed by Jessica Tucker, March 2015
Box
2011/038-2 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2009-August 31, 2010
Box
2012/018-2 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2010-August 31, 2011
Box
2013/044-2 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2011-August 31, 2012
Box
2014/015-1 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2012-August 31, 2013
Box
2015/034-1 Speeches, papers and presentations, September 1, 2013-August 31, 2014