Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Public Utility Commission:

An Inventory of Records at the Texas State Archives, 1975-2002



Overview

Creator: Texas. Public Utility Commission.
Title: Records
Dates: 1975-2002
Abstract: Records of the Texas Public Utility Commission consist of correspondence, reports and papers prepared by Commissioners and staff, speeches, earnings reports of utility companies, press releases, policy manuals, and organization charts. Dates covered are 1975-2002. The Public Utility Commission regulates telecommunication and electric services in Texas.
Quantity: 20.38 cubic ft.
Language English.

Agency History

The Texas Public Utility Commission was created in 1975 by the Public Utility Regulatory Act, House Bill 819, 64th 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 of the 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 the 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 the opening of 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 also 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

These records of the Texas Public Utility Commission consist of correspondence, reports and papers prepared by Commissioners and staff, speeches, earnings reports of utility companies, press releases, policy manuals, and organization charts. Dates covered are 1975-2002. The Public Utility Commission (PUC) regulates telecommunication and electric services in Texas. Summary documentation of the agency from its earliest days to the present can be found in the press releases. The policies and procedures manual documents executive orders and policies, and the procedures for implementing them. Speeches, papers, and reports presented by Commissioners and staff discuss the PUC and/or various aspects of the utilities industry. Earnings reports of electric and telephone utility companies provide information about the organization and operations of the utility companies regulated by the PUC.

Topics covered in these records include regulation and deregulation of the telephone and electric utility industries; new or different sources of energy or energy transmission; taxation of utilities; economic development; local competition in Texas; universal telecommunications services, the Texas Universal Service Fund (USF); telecommunications and electric programs for rural communities; changes in state and federal regulations, such as the overall changes brought about by the state Public Utility Regulatory Act of 1995 and the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996; and functions of the PUC.


 

Organization of the Records

These records are organized into eight series.
Administrative correspondence, Executive Director's Office, 1979, 1984, 1990-1994 (bulk 1991-1993), 0.24 cubic ft.
Speeches, 1980-1983, 1986-1991, 1995-1996, 2000-2001, 1.41 cubic ft.
Reports and papers, conference, 1992, 1996, fractional
Reports, studies and surveys, final, 1989, 1996, fractional
Earnings monitoring reports, 1988-1996, 17.16 cubic ft.
Press releases, 1975-2001, 1.15 cubic ft.
Policies and procedures manual, 1988-1994 (bulk 1991), 0.24 cubic ft.
Organization charts, 1979-1996, 1998-2002, 0.28 cubic ft.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

None.

Restrictions on Use

None.


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--Taxation--Texas.
Public utilities--Rates--Law and legislation--Texas.
Electric utilities--Law and legislation--Texas.
Electric utilities--Deregulation--Texas.
Telecommunication--Law and legislation--Texas.
Telecommunication--Deregulation--Texas.
Public service commissions--Texas.
Energy development--Texas.
Economic development--Texas.
Rural electrification--Texas.
Rural telecommunication--Texas.
Document Types:
Speeches--Texas--Public utilities--1980-2001.
Reports--Texas--Public utilities--1988-1996.
Press releases--Texas--Public utilities--1975-2001.
Correspondence--Texas--Public utilities--1979-1994.
Employee's manual--Texas--Public utilities--1988-1994.
Organizational charts--Texas--Public utilities--1979-2002.
Functions:
Regulating public utilities.
Regulating telecommunications.
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, Meeting files, 1975-2002, 75.39 cubic ft.
Texas Public Utility Commission, Commissioners files, 1966, 1973-1995 (bulk 1975-1987), 44.14 cubic ft.
Texas Secretary of State, Public utility reports, 1961-1980, 6.02 cubic ft.
Texas Legislature, Senate, Committee on Economic Development, Records, 1974-1997, 90.17 cubic ft. [The most relevant series is the Research files of the general counsel, 1974-1996 (bulk 1991-1996), 13 cubic ft.]
Strays Collection, 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), Records, Texas Public Utility Commission. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1996/113, 1996/114, 1996/131, 1997/046, 1998/090, 1999/128, 1999/177, 1999/189, 2000/061, 2000/123, 2000/124, 2000/125, 2000/151, 2001/124, 2001/129, 2001/142, 2003/077, 2003/102, 2003/156, 2012/122

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, August 5 and November 15, 1996; March 25, June 28, July 22, and November 2, 1999; March 1 and May 11, 2000; May 2 and 31, August 1, 2001; January 24 and May 14, 2003; and by the Texas Legislative Reference Library on March 27, 2002 (reaccessioned on February 3, 2012).

Processing Information

Laura K. Saegert, March, August 1998; May 2001; February, May 2003

Accruals

Organization charts and press releases are generally sent yearly to the Archives, speeches and reports are transferred periodically.


Detailed Description of the Records

 

Administrative correspondence, Executive Director's Office, 1979, 1984, 1990-1994 (bulk 1991-1993),
0.24 cubic ft.

These files consist of internal memoranda and correspondence to the executive director of the Texas Public Utility Commission (PUC). Dates covered are 1979, 1984, and 1990-1994, the bulk dating 1991-1993. Some incoming memos or letters were sent directly to the executive director, others are copies of items sent to PUC Commissioners, PUC staff, or outside agencies, with a copy being directed to the executive director. The executive director during the bulk of the time period covered in these files was James Crouch. Correspondents include various PUC staff, including division directors, the general counsel's office, and others, and other state agencies. The bulk of the materials concern either the Universal Service Fund (USF) or the Utilities Information System (UIS). Other topics covered include staff-generated utility reports as required by the Public Utility Regulatory Act (PURA), reimbursed expenses, settlement procedures at the PUC, the Earnings Monitor program, and amendments to PURA.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in reverse chronological order.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Administrative correspondence, Executive Director's Office, Records, Texas Public Utility Commission. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2003/102
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 Jnaury 24, 2003.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Laura K. Saegert, May 2003
box
2003/102 Executive director correspondence:
1992-1994
1991-1992
1991
1991
1990
1979, 1984, 1990



 

Speeches, 1980-1983, 1986-1991, 1995-1998, 2000-2001,
1.41 cubic ft.

These are speeches and power point presentations given by Commissioners and staff of the Texas Public Utility Commission, dating 1980-1983, 1986-1991, 1995-1998, and 2000-2001. The Commissioners' speeches were given largely by Place 2 Commissioner Jo Campbell during the years 1986-1991. A few of the files also contain notes. Also present in Jo Campbell's files is a copy of an article she did for a journal. This is filed following her speeches. A few speeches are also present for Place 1 Commissioners Garret Morris, dating 1980-1982, and Tommie G. Smith, 1982; and Place 2 Commissioner George M. Cowden, 1983. Two speeches of Chairman Pat Wood are present from 2000-2001. Some speeches and speech materials are also present in the series Commissioners files, a separate PUC finding aid.
Power point presentations/speeches were given by Chairman Pat Wood, several division directors and assistant directors, the chief engineer, the chief economist, and other PUC staff. Several of the power point presentations were not noted as being prepared for a specific event but were likely made to be used on multiple occasions. The power point presentations are dated 1995-1998. All the slides of the presentations were printed from the original disks, the disks have also been retained.
Topics covered in the speeches and power point presentations include regulation and deregulation of the telephone and electric utility industries; new or different sources of energy or energy transmission, such as cogeneration or bulk power transmission; taxation of utilities; economic development; local competition in Texas; universal telecommunications services; the Texas Universal Service Fund; telecommunications and electric programs for rural communities; market projections; changes in state and federal regulations, such as the overall changes brought about by the state Public Utility Regulatory Act of 1995 and the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996; and functions of the Commission. Presentations and speeches were given at professional and/or trade association meetings and conferences; for public groups, such as the Rotary Club; at government meetings or conferences, including legislative committee hearings; and at regulatory programs at universities.
Arrangement
These records are arranged into two groups - Commissioners speeches and power point presentations. The Commissioners speeches are arranged by speaker, then in reverse chronological order. The power point presentations are arranged as received on the disks.
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.
Electric utilities--Law and legislation--Texas.
Telecommunication--Law and legislation--Texas.
Public service commissions--Texas.
Energy development--Texas.
Economic development--Texas.
Public utilities--Taxation--Texas.
Document Types:
Speeches--Texas--Public utilities--1980-2001.
Article--Texas--Public utilities--1987.
Functions:
Regulating public utilities.
Regulating telecommunications.
Regulating electric utilities.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Speeches, Records, Texas Public Utility Commission. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 1996/113, 1997/046, 2000/124, 2001/142, 2003/156
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; March 1, 2000; August 1, 2001; and May 14, 2003.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Laura K. Saegert, March 1998, May 2003
Commissioners speeches
box
1996/113-64 Place 1 Commissioners, Garrett Morris:
Texas City Management Association, 1980
Urban Issues Conference, 1981
Place 1 Commissioners, Tommie G. Smith, State Bar Convention, 1982
Place 2 Commissioners, George M. Cowden, Austin Rotary Club, 1983
Place 2 Commissioners, Jo Campbell:
Speaking engagements for 1986-1991 and training seminars attended
Mid-America Regulatory Conference, June 3, 1991
Tax statements speech, May 23, 1991
Edison Electric Institute meeting, October 22, 1990
The State PSC Challenge/Telecommunications reports, June 4, 1990
Texas Industrial Energy Conference, May 9, 1990
ANI (Automatic Number Identification) Regulation, March 19, 1990
Southwestern Bell Network Planning Conference, January 31, 1989
Texas Energy Reporter, October 1988
Texas Statewide Telephone Cooperative Inc., meeting, October 7, 1988
Industrial Energy Conference, September 13, 1988
Tyler Rotary Club, August 11, 1988
Electric Reliability Council of Texas meeting, September 9, 1988
Amarillo Rotary Club, July 21, 1988
Corpus Christi Rotary Club, July 14, 1988
UT Dallas, Public Utilities Conference, July 20, 1988
Valley Chamber of Commerce, June 1988
Federal Energy Bar Association meeting, May 12, 1988
Lubbock business community leaders luncheon, April 4, 1988
Austin Rotary Club, October 23, 1987
Cogen-Power Conference, September 1987
UT Dallas, Public Utilities Conference, July 15, 1987
State Bar Convention, June 13, 1987
Texas Gas Association meeting, June 9, 1987
Engineers' Council of Houston, April 22, 1987
Hearing Examiners' Training School, March 19-20, 1987
Rosenberg/Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce, February 13, 1987
"Drexel B. Lambert," Telecommunications--Electric Utility Regulatory Conference, November 12, 1986
Regulatory Research Associates, November 11, 1986
General Telephone Company of the Southwest Strategic Planning Committee, October 2, 1986
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, Regional External Affairs Conference, October 10, 1986
UT Dallas, Public Utilities Conference, July 16-18, 1986
Texas Industrial Energy Consumers meeting, May 15, 1986
South Texas Electric Cooperative meeting, April 24, 1986
American Bar Association, January 31, 1986
Rural telecommunications article, June 1987
Commissioner Pat Wood, 2000-2001
[Topics - Retail Choice Pilot Program, remarks to Electric Reliability Council of Texas meeting.]
Power point presentations/speeches
box
2003/156-1 TTA (Texas Telecommunications Act) Workshop on HB 2128, by Vicki Oswalt, Assistant Director, Telephone Division, 1995
[Disk 1, file 8-8-95SP]
Telecommunications Quality of Service, 37th NARUC (National Association of Regulatory and Utility Commissioners) Annual Regulatory Studies Program, Michigan State University, by Rowland Curry, Director, Telephone Division, August 1995
[Disk 1, file NARUC 95]
Regulatory Issues Update, National Assocation of State Information Resource Executives, by Rowland Curry, Senior Telecommunications Engineer, September 1995
[Disk 1, file NASIRE]
TIIAP - Telecommunications and Information Infrastructure Assistance Program, [1995]
[Disk 1, file NTIAPRS3]
Texas Telemessaging Conference, HB 2128, by Vicki Oswalt, Director, Advisory Division, September 1995
[Disk 1, file TSAT9_95 in black and white; TSAT95C in color]
TTA/TSTCI Workshop. Texas Telecommunications Act of 1995, HB 2128, August 1995
[2 folders]
[Disk 1, file TTASLID2 - long version]
TTA/TSTCI Workshop. Texas Telecommunications Act of 1995, HB 2128, August 1995
[2 folders]
[Disk 1, file TTASLIDE - shorter version]
Telecommunications Reform in Texas, the Impact of PURA '95, by Vicki Oswalt, Director, Office of Policy Development, [1995]
[Disk 2, file CPAUPDAT]
Selected Issues from HB 2128, [1995]
[Disk 2, file PAMPRES]
The PUC Perspective: Making the Progress Work. Selected Issues from HB 2128, by Chairman Pat Wood, III, July 1995
[Disk 2, file PRES1]
Telecommunications Reform in Texas, U.S. Telephone Association's Operations and Planning Conference, by Rowland Curry, Chief Engineer, April 1996
[Disk 2, file RCFORMAT]
Getting Schools Connected: The Role of Regulation, Technology Consortium Regional Meeting, Southwest Educational Development Laboratory, by Rowland Curry, Director, Telephone Division, June 1995
[Disk 2, file SEDL95]
Update on Local Competition in Texas, Texaltel's 13th Annual Conference, by Vicky Oswalt, Director, Office of Policy Development, April 1996
[Disk 2, file TEXAL96]
PUC Actions to Implement SB 373, State Affairs Committee, Interim Committee Hearing on SB 373, by Commissioners Wood, Gee, and Walsh, February 1996
[Disk 3, file 373FE96, also file RPT96FEB]
Telecommunications and Electric Programs that Deliver Assistance for Rural Economic Development: Briefing on State Rural Economic Development Services, 1995
[Disk 3, file RURALDEV]
Telecommunications Reform in Texas. Impact of PURA '95, [1995]
[Disk 3, file TELREFM]
Competition in the Electric Utility Industry, by Mark Dreyfus, Office of Policy Development, June 1997
[Disk 4, file COMCLAS]
Introductions to Telecommunications Cost Models, by A. Nelson Parish, Office of Policy Development, May 1997
[Disk 4, file COSTMDLS]
Implementing the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996: The FCC's Universal Service and Access Charge Orders, by Rowland Curry, Chief Engineer, [1997]
[Disk 4, file TTA97]
PUC Actions to Implement SB 373, House Committee on State Affairs, SB 373 Oversight Subcommittee, by Commissioners Wood, Gee, and Walsh, May 1996
[Disk 5, file 373APR96]
Telecommunications in Transition - The Views from the Texas Frontier, Alcatel Leadership Group, by David E. Featherston, Senior Telecom Specialist, September 1996
[Disk 5, file ALCATEL]
Competition in the Electric Utility Industry, by Jess K. Totten, Assistant Director, Office of Policy Development, ca. 1996
[Disk 5, file COMPETE]
Implementation of Local Competition in the State of Texas, May 1996
[Disk 5, file FCC]
Implementing Federal and State Telecommunication Change, by Rowland Curry, Chief Engineer, ca. 1996
[Disk 5, file FEDERAL]
Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996. Rules that Worked - Feedback, 1996
[Disk 5, file KMP]
The State of the States - The View from the Texas Frontier, Phone + Show Educational Seminar, by Rowland Curry, Chief Engineer, August 1996
[Disk 5, file PHONPLUS]
Public Utility Commission of Texas. Functions and Organization, ca. 1996
[Disk 5, file PUCORG2]
Regulation and Energy Services in Texas, Electricity Deregulation Conference, North Texas Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers, by Nat Treadway, Office of Policy Development, November 1996
[Disk 5, file RESTRUC1]
PUC Actions to Implement HB 2128, State Affairs Committee, Interim Committee Hearings on HB 2128, by Commissioners Wood, Gee, and Walsh, May 1996
[Disk 5, file ST_AFFRS]
Rates, Costs, Competition and More, ca. 1996
[Disk 5, file T-101-B]
Texas Universal Service Fund Rules, [1997]
[Disk 5, file TUSFD2]
Implementing the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996, by Rowland Curry, Chief Engineer, ca. 1996
[Disk 5, file TXLIBRY]
box
2003/156-2 Telecommunications Reform in Texas, U.S. Telephone Association's Operations and Planning Conference, by Rowland Curry, Chief Engineer, April 1996
[Disk 5, file USTA96]
Introduction to Telecommunications Cost Models, by A. Nelson Parish, Office of Policy Development, May 1998
[2 folders]
[Disk 6, file 5_14ALBQ - long version]
Introduction to Telecommunications Cost Models, by A. Nelson Parish, Office of Policy Development, October 1997
[Disk 6, file ALBQPRES - shorter version]
Electric Industry Restructuring, [1997]
[Disk 6, file E_AUSCIV - shorter version]
Electric Industry Restructuring, [1997]
[Disk 6, file E_SHCOLS - longer version]
Introduction to Telecommunications Regulation, 1997
[Disk 6, file T-101-A]
Universal Service: Blessing or Boondoggle?, [1997]
[Disk 7, file FEDUSF3]
Jurisdictional Issues: Creating a Medium of Reform Between the States and the FCC, ICM Universal Service Conference, by Rowland Curry, Chief Engineer, Office of Policy Development, September 1997
[Disk 7, file ICM97]
Telecommunications Service Quality: A Change in Direction, 37th NARUC Annual Regulatory Studies Program, Institute of Public Utilities, Michigan State University, by Rowland Curry, Chief Engineer, Office of Policy Development, August 1997
[Disk 7, file NARUC97]
Update: National Energy Policy Act of 1992, July 1997
[Disk 7, file NEPAUPDT]
Overview of Telecom Regulation in Texas, ca. 1997
[Disk 7, file NEWEMPL]
Public Utility Commission Functions and Operations, ca. 1997
[Disk 7, file PUCORG]
Economic Regulation and Competition, Senate Interim Committee on Electric Industry Restructuring, September 1997
[Disk 7, file PW0997E]
Public Utility Commission Functions and Operations, ca. 1997
[Disk 7, file RUSSIA]
Status of Regulation in the Changing Telecommunications World, 1997 TSTCI Bookeepers/Accountants/Commerical Service and Administrative Conference, by Rowland Curry, Office of Policy Development, 1997
[Disk 7, file TSTCI97]
Texas' USF Proceedings (Project No. 14929), ca. 1997
[Disk 7, file TUSF]
Telecom in Texas: Looking Toward the Future, by Suzanne L. Berlin, April 1997
[Disk 8, file ARMY]
Electric Regulation and Competition, House State Affairs Committee, April 1997
[Disk 8, file COMBINE1]
Transmission Regulation in Texas, Jess K. Totten, Assistant Director, Office of Policy Development, [1997]
[Disk 8, file COMPETE2]
From Electric Regulation to Competition, Gas Cooling Technology Conference and Exposition, by Nat Treadway, Office of Policy Development, May 1997
[Disk 8, file GASCOOL]
Issues on Transmission Pricing, by Sid Guermouche, ca. 1997
[Disk 8, file TRNPRICE]
Texas Universal Service Fund (TUSF), TEXALTEL's 15th Annual Conference and Trade Exhibition, by Pam Whittington, Assistant Director, Office of Policy Development, 1998
[Disk 8, file TUSFPW]
Introduction to Cost Models, by A. Nelson Parish, Office of Policy Development, May 1997
[Disk 9, file PITTPRES]
The Basics of Regulatory Economics, by A. Nelson Parish, Office of Policy Development, April 1997
[Disk 9, file REGECON]
Public Interest Payphones: Are They Necessary?, by David Featherston, Director of Telecommunications, April 1998
[Disk 9, file PIPSLIDE]
Hearing on Electric Restructuring, House Committee on State Affairs, by Chairman Pat Wood, III, April 1998
[Disk 9, file PWO4998]
The Legislative Session: A Utility Industry Update, Texas Society of CPAs, by Chairman Pat Wood, III, April 1998
[Disk 9, file PWCPAS, same as file PW-CPAS]
Regulatory Implications of a Competitve Market, by Stephen J. Davis, Chief, Office of Policy Development, ca. 1998
[Disk 9, file SDCHARTS]
Section 25.84 Annual Reporting of Electric Utilities Relationships with Their Affiliates, ca. 1998
[Disk 9, file SDRULES]
Universal Service Overview, ca. 1998
[Disk 9, file USFOURVW]
State Law and PUC Developments - Are Telecommunications Laws Producing What They Promised?, by Bill Magness, Director, Office of Consumer Protection, April 1998
[Disk 10, file DHD, same as file MAG-TELE]
Market Power: Implications and Measurement, Electric Utility Marketing Managers of Texas (EUMMOT), by Parvis M. Adib, PhD., Director and Mario DePillis, PhD., Senior Economist, Electric Industry Analysis Division, Office of Regulatory Affairs, June 1998
[Disk 10, file PARVIS]
Power point disks
[disks 1 - 5]
Power point disks
[disks 6-11]
[Note: disk 11 is blank.]



 

Reports and papers, conference, 1992, 1996,
fractional

These are reports and papers presented at conferences and meetings by Texas Public Utility Commission staff. This series currently consists of two papers, dating 1992 and 1996. The first paper, dating 1992, concerns energy policies and was presented by Commissioner Goodfriend while serving as the Director of the Division of Economic and Regulatory Policy. The other paper concerns rule-making activities prepared for a conference by division director Parvis Adib, in April 1996.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically.
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.
Energy development--Texas.
Document Types:
Papers--Texas--Public utilities--1992, 1996.
Functions:
Regulating public utilities.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Reports and papers, conference, Records, Texas Public Utility Commission. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 1996/113, 2000/123
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, 1996 and March 1, 2000.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Laura K. Saegert, March 1998
box
1996/113-64 Analyzing Mergers in Markets in Competitive Transition, by Sarah Goodfriend, 1992
Major Rule Making Activities at the Public Utility Commission of Texas, by Parvis Adib, April 1996
[for the 18th Industrial Energy Technology Conference]



 

Reports, studies and surveys - final, 1989, 1996,
fractional

These are reports on individual projects conducted by the Texas Public Utility Commission staff or by consultants. Dates covered are 1989 and 1996. This series currently consists of two reports prepared by the PUC, one on the magnitude of generation excess costs over market, done in 1996, and one providing a profile of the old Electric Division of the Commission, done in 1989.
Arrangement
These records are arranged topically.
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Texas. Public Utility Commission.--Electric Division.
Subjects:
Electric utilities--Research--Texas.
Document Types:
Reports--Texas--Public utilities--1989, 1996.
Functions:
Regulating electric utilities.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Reports, studies and surveys - final, Records, Texas Public Utility Commission. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1996/113
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, 1996.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Laura K. Saegert, March 1998
box
1996/113-64 PUC Project No. 15001. Stranded Cost Report: Estimation of ECOM for Generating Utilities in Texas, 1996
Profile of the Electric Division: Responsibilities and Organization, 1989



 

Earnings monitoring reports, 1988-1996,
17.16 cubic ft.

These are required annual earnings reports sent to the Texas Public Utility Commission by the electric and telephone utilities in the state, including investor-owned utilities, cooperatives, and river authorities. Dates covered are 1988-1996. Each report contains the name of the utility, date organized, lists recent changes, names of contacts, number of employees, number of customers, method used to book amortization of excess, list of tax elections, current IRS audit status, revenues and expenses, balance, adjusted cost of long-term debt, weighted cost of long-term debt, stock data, adjusted cost of preferred stock, weighted average cost of capital, weather data (heating and cooling degree days, etc.), customer data, income taxes, sales, and other information pertaining to the performance of the utility over the year. Most of the reports cover the calendar year. Some reports cover six months of the company's operations, usually followed by the company's annual report for that year. The semi-annual reports are primarily submitted by the telephone utilities. Unless otherwise noted, the reports are annual reports. Six-month reports are noted as are a few financial and audit reports filed with the earnings reports of the companies. In some cases, a revised report is submitted a few weeks after the original report. Reports are occasionally accompanied by cover letters from the company to the PUC. In a few reports, maps are present, showing coverage areas, utility lines, etc.
Electric utility reports are present on microfiche for 1989-1992 (with a few paper copies for 1992 and one report each for 1988 and 1989), and on paper for 1993-1996. Telephone utility reports are present on microfiche for 1989-1991, and on paper for 1992-1996. Reports for both utilities are no longer microfilmed. Earlier earnings reports of public utilities are present in the records of the Secretary of State, Public utility reports, 1961-1980, 6.02 cubic ft.
These reports are required by the Public Utility Commission from each public utility - 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 25, Section 25.73 (b). The PUC has to determine if the utilities are earning within the bounds they are allowed by the agency. These reports are the principal tool used by the PUC to evaluate over earnings of the utilities. The information is also used to prepare summary statistical reports. One interesting feature about these reports is that for utility companies serving more than one state, these reports only provide information about the Texas portion of the utility. According to agency staff, information available in federally mandated reports cover the entire utility's range, making this Texas tracking portion a feature unique to these earnings reports.
Arrangement
These records are arranged two groups: Electric utilities earnings reports, 1988-1996 and Telephone utilities earnings reports, 1989-1996. Within each group the files are arranged chronologically, then alphabetically.
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.
Electric utilities--Law and legislation--Texas.
Telecommunication--Law and legislation--Texas.
Document Types:
Reports--Texas--Public utilities--1988-1996.
Functions:
Regulating public utilities.
Regulating telecommunications.
Regulating electric utilities.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Earnings monitoring reports, Records, Texas Public Utility Commission. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2000/151
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 11, 2000.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Laura K. Saegert, March 2001
Electric utilities earnings reports
1988-1992 reports
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2000/151-1 Microfiche sets of reports, 1989
Microfiche sets of reports, 1990
Microfiche sets of reports, 1991
Microfiche sets of reports, 1992
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2000/151-2 Southwestern Electric Power Company, 1988
Southwestern Electric Power Company, 1989
1992 reports
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2000/151-2 Fayette Electric Coopertative, Inc., 1991-1992
Bartlett Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Grayson-Collin Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Houston Lighting and Power Company, 1992
Upshur-Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation, 1992
1993 reports
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2000/151-2 Bailey County Electric Cooperative Association, 1993
Bandera Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Bartlett Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
[original and revised reports]
Belfalls Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
B-K Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Bowie-Cass Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Brazos River Authority, 1993
Cap Rock Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Central Power & Light Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Central Power & Light Company, 1993
Central Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Cherokee County Electric Cooperative Association, 1993
Coleman County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Comanche County Electric Cooperative Association, 1993
Concho Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Cooke County Electric Cooperative Association, 1993
Deaf Smith Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Deep East Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Denton County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
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2000/151-3 DeWitt Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Dickens Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
El Paso Electric Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Erath County Electric Cooperative Association, 1993
Fannin County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Farmers Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Fayette Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Fort Belknap Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Gate City Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Grayson-Collin Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Greenbelt Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority of Texas, 1993
Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Gulf States Utilities Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Gulf States Utilities Company, 1993
Hamilton County Electric Cooperative Assocation, 1993
Hill County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Hamilton County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Hill County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Houston County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Houston Lighting and Power Company, 1993
[six-month report, original submission]
Houston Lighting and Power Company, 1993
[six-month report, revised report]
Houston Lighting and Power Company, 1993
J-A-C Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
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2000/151-4 Jackson Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Jasper-Newton Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Johnson Country Electric Cooperative Association, 1993
[original and revised reports]
Karnes Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Kaufman County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Kimble Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Lamar County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Lamb County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
[original and revised reports]
Lea County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Lighthouse Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
[original and revised reports]
Lower Colorado River Authority, 1993
Lyntegar Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Magic Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
McCulloch Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
McLennan County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Medina Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Mid-South Electric Cooperative Association, 1993
Midwest Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Navarro County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Navasota Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
New Era Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Northeast Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
North Plains Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Nueces Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Panola-Harrison Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Pedernales Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Rayburn Country Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Rio Grande Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Rita Blanca Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Rusk County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Sabine River Authority of Texas, 1993
Sam Houston Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Sam Rayburn G&T Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
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2000/151-5 San Bernard Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
San Miguel Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
San Patricio Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
South Plains Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
[original and revised reports]
South Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
[original and revised reports]
Southwest Rural Electric Association, Inc., 1993
Southwest Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Southwestern Electric Power Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Southwestern Electric Power Company, 1993
Southwestern Electric Service Company, 1993
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Southwestern Electric Service Company, 1993
Southwestern Public Service Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Southwestern Public Service Company, 1993
[annual report]
Stamford Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Swisher Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Taylor Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Texas-New Mexico Power Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Texas-New Mexico Power Company, 1993
Texas Utilities Electric Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Texas Utilities Electric Company, 1993
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2000/151-6 Tex-La Electric Cooperative of Texas, Inc., 1993
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Upshur-Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation, 1993
Victoria Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
[earnings and audit reports]
West Texas Utilities Company, 1993
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
West Texas Utilities Company, 1993
Wharton County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
[original and revised reports]
Wise Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Wood County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1993
1994 reports
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2000/151-6 Bailey County Electric Cooperative Association, 1994
Bandera Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Bartlett Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Belfalls Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
B-K Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
[2 copies]
Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Bowie-Cass Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Brazos River Authority, 1994
Cap Rock Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Central Power and Light Company, 1994
[original and revised reports]
Central Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Cherokee County Electric Cooperative Association, 1994
Coleman County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Comanche County Electric Cooperative Association, 1994
Concho Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Cooke County Electric Cooperative Association, 1994
Deaf Smith Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
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2000/151-7 Deep East Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Denton County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
DeWitt Electric Cooperative Inc., 1994
Dickens Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
El Paso Electric Company, 1994
[six-month report]
El Paso Electric Company, 1994
[original and revised reports]
Erath County Electric Cooperative Association, 1994
Fannin County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Farmers Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Fayette Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Fort Belknap Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Gate City Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Greenbelt Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Grayson-Collin Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Greenbelt Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority of Texas, 1994
Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Gulf States Utilities Company, 1994
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Gulf States Utilities Company, 1994
[original and revised reports]
Hamilton County Electric Cooperative Association, 1994
Hill County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Houston County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Houston Lighting and Power Company, 1994
[original and revised reports]
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2000/151-8 J-A-C Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Jackson Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Jasper-Newton Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Johnson County Electric Cooperative Association, 1994
[original and revised reports]
Karnes Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Kaufman County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Kimble Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Lamar County Electric Cooperative Association, 1994
Lamb County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Lea County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Lighthouse Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Lower Colorado River Authority, 1994
Lyntegar Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Magic Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
McCulloch Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
McLennan County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Medina Electric Cooperative Inc., 1994
Mid-South Electric Cooperative Association, 1994
Midwest Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Navarro County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Navasota Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
New Era Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Northeast Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
North Plains Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Nueces Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Panola-Harrison Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Pedernales Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Rayburn Country Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Rio Grande Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Rita Blanca Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Rusk County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
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2000/151-9 Sabine River Authority of Texas, 1994
Sam Houston Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Sam Rayburn G & T Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
San Bernard Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
San Miguel Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
San Patricio Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
South Plains Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
South Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Southwest Rural Electric Association, Inc., 1994
Southwest Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Southwestern Electric Power Company, 1994
[six-month report]
Southwestern Electric Power Company, 1994
[original and revised reports]
Southwestern Electric Service Company, 1994
[six-month report]
Southwestern Electric Service Company, 1994
Southwestern Public Service Company, 1994
[six-month report]
Southwestern Public Service Company, 1994
[original and revised reports]
Stamford Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Swisher Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Taylor Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Texas-New Mexico Power Company, 1994
[six-month report]
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2000/151-10 Texas-New Mexico Power Company, 1994
Texas Utilities Electric Company, 1994
[six-month report]
Texas Utilities Electric Company, 1994
[original and revised reports]
Tex-La Electric Cooperative of Texas, Inc., 1994
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Upshur-Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation, 1994
Victoria Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
West Texas Utilities Company, 1994
Wharton County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Wise Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Wood County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1994
1995 reports
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2000/151-10 Bailey County Electric Cooperative Association, 1995
Bandera Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Bartlett Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
[earnings report and finanical statement]
Belfalls Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
B-K Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Bowie-Cass Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Brazos River Authority, 1995
Brownfield Muncipal Power and Light, 1995
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2000/151-11 Cap Rock Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Central Power and Light Company, 1995
Central Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Cherokee County Electric Cooperative Association, 1995
Coleman County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Comanche County Electric Cooperative Association, 1995
Concho Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Cooke County Electric Cooperative Association, 1995
Deaf Smith Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
[original and revised reports]
Deep East Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Denton County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
DeWitt Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Dickens Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
East Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
El Paso Electric Company, 1995
[original and revised reports]
Entergy Gulf States, Inc., 1995
Erath County Electric Cooperative Association, 1995
Fannin County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Farmers Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Fayette Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Fort Belknap Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Gate City Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Grayson-Collin Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Greenbelt Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
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2000/151-12 Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority of Texas, 1995
Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Hamilton County Electric Cooperative Association, 1995
Hill County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Houston County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Houston Lighting and Power Company, 1995
Houston Lighting and Power Company, 1995
[supplement]
J-A-C Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Jackson Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Jasper-Newton Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Johnson County Electric Cooperative Association, 1995
[earnings report and financial statement]
Karnes Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Kaufman County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
[original and revised reports]
Kimble Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Lamar County Electric Cooperative Association, 1995
Lamb County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Lea County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Lighthouse Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Lyntegar Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Magic Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
McCulloch Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
McLennan County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Medina Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Mid-South Electric Cooperative Association, 1995
Midwest Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
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2000/151-13 Navarro County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
[original and revised reports]
Navasota Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
New Era Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
North Plains Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Northeast Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Nueces Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Panola-Harrison Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Pedernales Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
[original and revised reports]
Rayburn Country Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
[original and revised reports]
Rio Grande Electric Cooperative, Inc. 1995
Rita Blanca Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Rusk County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Sabine River Authority of Texas, 1995
Sam Houston Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Sam Rayburn G & T Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
[earnings and finanical reports]
San Bernard Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
San Miguel Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
San Patricio Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
South Plains Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
South Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
[original and revised reports]
Southwest Rural Electric Association, Inc., 1995
Southwest Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Southwestern Electric Power Company, 1995
[original and revised reports]
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2000/151-14 Southwestern Electric Service Company, 1995
Southwestern Public Service Company, 1995
[original and revised reports]
Stamford Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Swisher Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Taylor Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Texas-New Mexico Power Company, 1995
Texas Utilities Electric Company, 1995
Texas-La Electric Cooperative of Texas, Inc., 1995
[earnings and financial reports]
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Upshur-Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation, 1995
[2 copies]
Victoria Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
West Texas Utilities Company, 1995
[original and revised reports]
Wharton County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Wise Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Wood County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1995
1996 reports
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2000/151-14 Bailey County Electric Cooperative Association, 1996
Bandera Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Bartlett Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Belfalls Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Bowie-Cass Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
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2000/151-15 Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Brazos River Authority, 1996
Cap Rock Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Central Power and Light Company, 1996
Central Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Cherokee County Electric Cooperative Association, 1996
Coleman County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Comanche County Electric Cooperative Association, 1996
Concho Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Cooke County Electric Cooperative Association, 1996
Deaf Smith Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Deep East Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Denton County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
DeWitt Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Dickens Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Entergy Gulf States, Inc., 1996
Erath County Electric Cooperative Association, 1996
Fannin County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Farmers Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Fayette Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Fort Belknap Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Gate City Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Grayson-Collin Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Greenbelt Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority, 1996
Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Hamilton County Electric Cooperative Association, 1996
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2000/151-16 Hill County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Houston County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Houston Lighting and Power Company, 1996
J-A-C Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Jackson Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Johnson County Electric Cooperative Association, 1996
Karnes Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Kaufman County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Kimble Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Lamar Electric Cooperative Association, 1996
Lamb County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Lea County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Lighthouse Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Lyntegar Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Magic Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
McLennan County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Medina Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Mid-South Electric Cooperative Association, 1996
Midwest Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Navarro County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Navasota Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
New Era Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
North Plains Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Northeast Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Nueces Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Rayburn Country Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Rio Grande Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
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2000/151-17 Rita Blanca Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Rusk County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Sabine River Authority of Texas, 1996
Sam Rayburn G & T Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
San Bernard Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
San Miguel Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
San Patricio Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
South Plains Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
South Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Southwest Rural Electric Association, Inc., 1996
Southwest Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Southwestern Electric Power Company, 1996
Southwestern Electric Service Company, 1996
Southwestern Public Service Company, 1996
[original and revised reports]
Stamford Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Swisher Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Taylor Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Texas-New Mexico Power Company, 1996
Texas Utilities Electric Company, 1996
Tex-La Electric Cooperative of Texas, Inc., 1996
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Victoria Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
West Texas Utilities Company, 1996
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2000/151-18 Wharton County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Wise Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Wood County Electric Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Telephone utilities earnings reports
1989-1991 reports
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2000/151-1 Microfiche sets of reports, 1989
Microfiche sets of reports, 1990
Microfiche sets of reports, 1991
1992 reports
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2000/151-18 Alenco Communications, Inc., 1992
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Alenco Communications, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
ALLTEL Texas, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
ALLTEL Texas, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
AT&T Communications of the Southwest, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
AT&T Communications of the Southwest, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
Big Bend Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
Big Bend Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
Blossom Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report] [two copies, likely original and revised reports]
Blossom Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
Border to Border Communications, Inc., 1992
Brazoria Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
Brazoria Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
Brazos Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Cameron Telephone Company - Texas, 1992
[six-month report]
Cameron Telephone Company - Texas, 1992
Cap Rock Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
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2000/151-19 Cap Rock Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
Central Telephone Company of Texas, 1992
[six-month report]
Central Telephone Company of Texas, 1992
[original and revised reports]
Central Texas Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
Coleman County Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Colorado Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
[earnings and financial reports]
Comanche County Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
Comanche County Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
Community Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
Community Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
Contel of Texas, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
Contel of Texas, Inc., 1992
Cumby Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Dell Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Eastex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Electra Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
Electra Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
E.N.M.R. Telephone Cooperative, 1992
[original and revised reports]
Etex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Five Area Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Fort Bend Telephone Company, 1992
[six-month report]
Fort Bend Telephone Company, 1992
Ganado Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
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2000/151-20 Ganado Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
GTE Southwest, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
GTE Southwest, Inc., 1992
Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
Hill Country Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Industry Telephone Company, 1992
[six-month report]
Industry Telephone Company, 1992
[original and revised reports]
Kerrville Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
Kerrville Telephone Company, Inc. 1992
La Ward Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
La Ward Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1992
Lake Dallas Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
Lake Dallas Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
Lake Livingston Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Lake Livingston Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
Leaco Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Lipan Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
Lipan Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
Livingston Telephone Company, 1992
[six-month report]
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2000/151-21 Livingston Telephone Company, 1992
[original and revised reports]
Lufkin-Conroe Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
Mid-Plains Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Muenster Telephone Corportation of Texas, 1992
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Muenster Telephone Corporation of Texas, 1992
Muenster Telephone Corporation of Texas, 1992
[supplement to annual report]
Mustang Telephone Company, 1992
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Mustang Telephone Company, 1992
[original and revised reports]
North Texas Telephone Company, 1992
[six-month report]
North Texas Telephone Company, 1992
Peoples Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
Poka-Lambro Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Riviera Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
Riviera Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
San Marcos Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
San Marcos Telephone Company, Inc., 1992
Santa Rosa Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
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2000/151-22 South Plains Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
Southwest Arkansas Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
Southwest Texas Telephone Company, 1992
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Southwest Texas Telephone Company, 1992
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 1992
[six-month report]
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 1992
[original and revised reports]
Sugar Land Telephone Company, 1992
[six-month report]
Sugar Land Telephone Company, 1992
Tatum Telephone Company, 1992
[six-month report]
Tatum Telephone Company, 1992
Taylor Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Texas ALLTEL, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
Texas ALLTEL, Inc., 1992
[original and corrected reports]
United Telephone Company of Texas, Inc., 1992
[six-month report]
United Telephone Company of Texas, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
Wes-Tex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
West Texas Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
XIT Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1992
[original and revised reports]
1993 reports
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2000/151-23 Alenco Communications, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Alenco Communications, Inc., 1993
ALLTEL Texas, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
ALLTEL Texas, Inc., 1993
Big Bend Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Big Bend Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
Blossom Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Blossom Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
Border to Border Communications, 1993
[six-month report]
Border to Border Communications, 1993
Brazoria Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Brazoria Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
Brazos Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Cameron Telephone Company - Texas, 1993
[six-month report]
Cameron Telephone Company - Texas, 1993
Cap Rock Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Cap Rock Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
Central Telephone Company of Texas, 1993
[six-month report] [orginal and revised reports]
Central Telephone Company of Texas, 1993
Central Texas Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Century Telephone of San Marcos, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Century Telephone of San Marcos, Inc., 1993
[original and revised reports]
box
2000/151-24 Coleman County Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Colorado Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
[original and revised reports]
Comanche County Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Comanche County Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
Community Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Community Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
Contel of Texas, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Contel of Texas, Inc., 1993
Cumby Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Dell Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Eastex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Electra Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Electra Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
E.N.M.R. Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Etex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Five Area Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Fort Bend Telephone Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Fort Bend Telephone Company, 1993
[original and revised reports]
Ganado Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Ganado Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
GTE Southwest, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
box
2000/151-25 GTE Southwest, Inc., 1993
Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Hill Country Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Industry Telephone Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Industry Telephone Company, 1993
Kerrville Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Kerrville Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
La Ward Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1993
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
La Ward Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1993
Lake Dallas Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Lake Dallas Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
Lake Livingston Telephone Company, Inc., [six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Lake Livingston Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
Leaco Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Lipan Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Lipan Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
Livingston Telephone Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Livingston Telephone Company, 1993
Lufkin-Conroe Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1993
box
2000/151-26 Lufkin-Conroe Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1993
[original and revised reports]
Mid-Plains Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Muenster Telephone Cooperative of Texas, 1993
[six-month report]
Muenster Telephone Cooperative of Texas, 1993
Mustang Telephone Company, 1993
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Mustang Telephone Company, 1993
[original and revised reports]
North Texas Telephone Company, 1993
[six-month report]
North Texas Telephone Company, 1993
Peoples Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Poka-Lambro Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Riviera Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
[six-month report]
Riviera Telephone Company, Inc., 1993
Santa Rosa Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
South Plains Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Southwest Arkansas Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Southwest Texas Telephone Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Southwest Texas Telephone Company, 1993
box
2000/151-27 Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 1993
Sugar Land Telephone Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Sugar Land Telephone Company, 1993
Tatum Telephone Company, 1993
[six-month report]
Tatum Telephone Company, 1993
Taylor Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Texas ALLTEL, Inc., 1993
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Texas ALLTEL, Inc., 1993
United Telephone Company of Texas, Inc., 1993
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
United Telephone Company of Texas, Inc., 1993
Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
Wes-Tex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
West Texas Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
XIT Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1993
1994 reports
box
2000/151-27 Alenco Communications, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Alenco Communications, Inc., 1994
Big Bend Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Big Bend Telephone Company, Inc. 1994
[original and revised reports]
Blossom Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Blossom Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
Border to Border Communications, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
box
2000/151-28 Border to Border Communications, Inc., 1994
Brazoria Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Brazoria Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Brazos Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Cameron Telephone Company - Texas, 1994
[six-month report]
Cameron Telephone Company - Texas, 1994
Cap Rock Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Cap Rock Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Central Telephone Company of Texas, 1994
[six-month report]
Central Telephone Company of Texas, 1994
[original and revised reports]
Central Texas Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Century Telephone of Port Aransas, Inc., 1994
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Century Telephone of Port Aransas, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Century Telephone of San Marcos, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Century Telephone of San Marcos, Inc., 1994
Coleman County Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Colorado Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Comanche County Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Comanche County Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
box
2000/151-29 Community Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Community Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
Contel of Texas, Inc., 1994
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Contel of Texas, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Cumby Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Dell Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Eastex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Electra Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Electra Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
E.N.M.R. Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Etex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Five Area Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Fort Bend Telephone Company, 1994
[six-month report]
Fort Bend Telephone Company, 1994
[original and revised reports]
Ganado Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
Ganado Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
GTE Southwest, Inc., 1994
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
box
2000/151-30 GTE Southwest, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Hill Country Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Industry Telephone Company, 1994
[six-month report]
Industry Telephone Company, 1994
Kerrville Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Kerrville Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
La Ward Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1994
[six-month report] [original and revised reports]
La Ward Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Lake Dallas Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Lake Dallas Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Lake Livingston Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Lake Livingston Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
Lipan Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Lipan Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
Livingston Telephone Company, 1994
[six-month report]
Livingston Telephone Company, 1994
box
2000/151-31 Lufkin-Conroe Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Lufkin-Conroe Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1994
[original and revised reports]
Mid-Plains Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Muenster Telephone Corporation of Texas, 1994
[six-month report]
Muenster Telephone Corporation of Texas, 1994
[original and revised reports]
North Texas Telephone Company, 1994
[six-month report]
North Texas Telephone Company, 1994
Peoples Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Poka Lambro Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Riviera Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Riviera Telephone Company, Inc., 1994
Santa Rosa Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
South Plains Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Southwest Arkansas Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Southwest Texas Telephone Company, 1994
[six-month report]
Southwest Texas Telephone Company, 1994
[original and revised reports]
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 1994
[six-month report]
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 1994
box
2000/151-32 Sugar Land Telephone Company, 1994
[six-month report]
Sugar Land Telephone Company, 1994
Tatum Telephone Company, 1994
[six-month report]
Tatum Telephone Company, 1994
Taylor Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
Texas ALLTEL, Inc., 1994
[six-month report]
Texas ALLTEL, Inc., 1994
United Telephone Company of Texas, 1994
[six-month report]
United Telephone Company of Texas, 1994
[original and revised reports]
Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
[2 copies - may be original and revised reports]
Wes-Tex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
West Texas Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
XIT Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1994
1995 reports
box
2000/151-32 Alenco Communications, Inc., 1995
Big Bend Telephone Company, Inc., 1995
[original and revised reports]
Blossom Telephone Company, Inc., 1995
Border to Border Communications, Inc., 1995
[original and revised reports]
Brazoria Telephone Company, 1995
Brazos Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
box
2000/151-33 Cameron Telephone Company - Texas, 1995
Cap Rock Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Central Telephone Company of Texas, 1995
[original and revised reports]
Central Texas Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Century Telephone of Lake Dallas, Inc., 1995
Century Telephone of Port Aransas, Inc., 1995
Century Telephone of San Marcos, Inc., 1995
Coleman County Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Colorado Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Comanche County Telephone Company, Inc., 1995
Community Telephone Company, Inc., 1995
Cumby Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Dell Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Eastex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Electra Telephone Company, Inc., 1995
E.N.M.R. Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Etex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
[original and revised reports]
Five Area Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Fort Bend Telephone Company, 1995
Ganado Telephone Company, Inc., 1995
GTE Southwest, Inc., 1995
box
2000/151-34 Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Hill Country Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Industry Telephone Company, 1995
Kerrville Telephone Company, Inc., 1995
La Ward Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1995
Lake Livingston Telephone Company, Inc., 1995
Lipan Telephone Company, Inc., 1995
Livingston Telephone Company, 1995
Lufkin-Conroe Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1995
[original and revised reports]
Mid-Plains Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Muenster Telephone Corporation of Texas, 1995
North Texas Telephone Company, 1995
Peoples Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Poka Lambro Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Riviera Telephone Company, Inc., 1995
Santa Rosa Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
South Plains Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Southwest Arkansas Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Southwest Texas Telephone Company, 1995
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 1995
Sugar Land Telephone Company, 1995
Tatum Telephone Company, 1995
box
2000/151-35 Taylor Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Texas ALLTEL, Inc., 1995
[original and revised reports]
United Telephone Company of Texas, 1995
Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
Wes-Tex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
West Texas Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
XIT Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1995
[original and revised reports]
1996 reports
box
2000/151-35 Alenco Communications, Inc., 1996
Big Bend Telephone Company, Inc., 1996
Brazos Telecommunications, Inc., 1996
Brazos Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Cap Rock Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Central Telephone Company of Texas, 1996
Central Texas Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Century Telephone of Lake Dallas, Inc., 1996
Century Telephone of Port Aransas, Inc., 1996
Century Telephone of San Marcos, Inc., 1996
Colorado Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Community Telephone Company, Inc., 1996
Cumby Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Dell Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Eastex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Electra Telephone Company, Inc., 1996
E.N.M.R. Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
box
2000/151-36 Etex Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Five Area Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Fort Bend Telephone Company, 1996
GTE Southwest, Inc., 1996
[original and revised reports]
Industry Telephone Company, 1996
Kerrville Telephone Company, Inc., 1996
Lake Livingston Telephone Company, Inc., 1996
Lipan Telephone Company, Inc., 1996
Livingston Telephone Company, Inc., 1996
Lufkin-Conroe Telephone Exchange, Inc., 1996
Mid-Plains Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Muenster Telephone Corporation of Texas, 1996
North Texas Telephone Company, 1996
Peoples Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Riviera Telephone Company, Inc., 1996
Santa Rosa Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Southwest Arkansas Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
Southwest Texas Telephone Company, 1996
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, 1996
Sugar Land Telephone Company, 1996
Tatum Telephone Company, 1996
Texas ALLTEL, Inc., 1996
box
2000/151-37 United Telephone Company of Texas, Inc., 1996
Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
West Plains Telecommunications, Inc., 1996
West Texas Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996
XIT Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc., 1996



 

Press releases, 1975-2001,
1.15 cubic ft.

These records are news or press releases issued by the Texas Public Utility Commission about their activities. Dates covered are 1975-2001. Topics covered include appointments and hiring of higher level staff, appointment of new commissioners, rule and policy changes, changes in the utility industry affecting PUC actions, electric pilot program, changes in PUC functions, reports on rate cases, and area code changes.
Arrangement
These records are arranged in reverse chronological order.
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Texas. Public Utility Commission--Management.
Subjects:
Public utilities--Law and legislation--Texas.
Public utilities--Rates--Law and legislation--Texas.
Public service commissions--Texas.
Places:
Texas--Officials and employees--Selection and appointment.
Document Types:
Press releases--Texas--Public utilities--1975-2001.
Functions:
Regulating public utilities.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Press releases, Records, Texas Public Utility Commission. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 1998/090, 1999/128, 1999/177, 2000/125, 2001/124, 2003/077, 2012/122
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Public Utility Commission on March 9, 1998, March 3 and June 28, 1999; March 3, 2000; May 2, 2001; and November 20, 2002; and from the Legislative Reference Library on March 27, 2002 (reaccessioned on February 3, 2012).
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Laura K. Saegert, March 1998, March 2001, May 2003
Press releases:
box
1999/128-1 1975-1976
January-April 1977
May-December 1977
January-April 1978
May-November 1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
January-July 1985
August-December 1985
January-June 1986
July-December 1986
1987
1988
March-July 1989
August-December 1989
January-March 1990
April-August 1990
September-December 1990
January-February 1991
March-June 1991
August-December 1991
January-May 1992
June-December 1992
January-August 1993
September-December 1993
1994
January 1995
February-July 1995
box
1999/128-2 August-December 1995
January-February 1996
May-August 1996
September-November 1996
January-June 1997
July-September 1997
October-December 1997
January-March 1998
April-July 1998
August-December 1998
box
2000/125 January-March 1999
April-June 1999
July-August 1999
September-November 1999
November-December 1999
box
2001/124 Index, 2000
January-March 2000
April-June 2000
July-September 2000
October-December 2000
box
2003/077-10 January-April 2001
May-August 2001
September-December 2001



 

Policies and procedures manual, 1988-1994 (bulk 1991),
0.24 cubic ft.

This is the overall or primary manual of administrative policies and operating procedures, intended for use by the Texas Public Utility Commission staff. Executive orders which dictate policy are integrated into the manual. Dates of the manual are 1988-1994 (bulk 1991).
Arrangement
These records are arranged topically.
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Texas. Public Utility Commission--Management.
Subjects:
Administrative procedures--Texas.
Document Types:
Employee's manual--Texas--Public utilities--1988-1994 (bulk 1991).
Functions:
Regulating public utilities.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item) Policies and procedures manual, Records, Texas Public Utility Commission. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 1996/131
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Public Utility Commission on August 5, 1996.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Laura K. Saegert, March 1998
box
1996/131 Policies and procedures manual, 1988-1994 (bulk 1991)
[4 folders]



 

Organization charts, 1979-1996, 1998-2002,
0.28 cubic ft.

These are organization charts, dating 1979-1996, 1998-2002. The charts illustrate graphically the administrative structure of the different functional units within the Texas Public Utility Commission. Copies of the organization charts have been published in the Commission's annual report since 1979.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically.
Index Terms
The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Texas. Public Utility Commission--Management.
Document Types:
Organizational charts--Texas--Public utilities--1979-1996, 1998-2002.
Functions:
Regulating public utilities.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Organization charts, Records, Texas Public Utility Commission. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 1996/114, 1999/189, 2000/061, 2001/129, 2003/077
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Public Utility Commission on May 30, 1996; July 22 and November 2, 1999; May 31, 2001; and November 20, 2002.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
None.
Processed by
Laura K. Saegert, March 1998, March 2001, March 2003
Organization charts:
box
1996/114 1976-1996
box
2003/077-10 January-June 1998
July-December 1998
box
2000/061 1999
2000
box
2003/077-11 January-June 2001
July-December 2001
January-April 2002
May-August 2002