Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Governor Rick Perry:

An Inventory of Governor Rick Perry Executive Office Records at the Texas State Archives, 1979-2015, undated, bulk 2000-2014



Overview

Creator: Texas. Governor (2000-2015 : Perry)
Title: Governor Rick Perry Executive Office records
Dates: 1979-2015, undated
Dates (Bulk): bulk 2000-2014
Abstract: Executive Office staff provided support services to Texas Governor Rick Perry as he carried out his duties as governor. Records are paper and electronic, including budgets, calendars, CD-ROMs, clippings, computer disks, correspondence, executive orders, flyers, legislative records, lists, logos, memoranda, notes, photographs, plans, presentation materials, press releases, proclamations, publications, reports, speeches, and databases. Dates range from 1991 to 2015 and undated with the bulk of records dating from 2000 to 2014.
Quantity: 35 cubic ft. and 7.68 GB (13,051 files)
Language: These materials are written predominately in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives
Sponsor: This EAD finding aid was created in cooperation with Texas Archival Resources Online.

Agency History

The governor of Texas is the chief executive officer of the state, elected by the citizens every four years. The duties and responsibilities of the governor include serving as commander-in-chief of the state's military forces; convening special sessions of the legislature for specific purposes; delivering to the legislature at the beginning of each regular session a report on the condition of the state, an accounting of all public money under the governor's control, a recommended biennial budget, an estimate of the amounts of money required to be raised by taxation, and any recommendations he deems necessary; signing or vetoing bills passed by the legislature; and executing the laws of the state. The governor can grant reprieves and commutations of punishment and pardons, upon the recommendation of the Board of Pardons and Paroles, and revoke conditional pardons. He appoints numerous state officials (with the consent of the Senate), fills vacancies in state and district offices (except vacancies in the legislature), calls special elections to fill vacancies in the legislature, fills vacancies in the United States Senate until an election can be held, and serves as ex officio member of several state boards.

The office of governor was first established by the Constitution of 1845 and superseded the office of president of the Republic of Texas. The position now exists under authority of Article IV, Section 1 of the Constitution of 1876 and Texas Government Code, Chapter 401. To be elected governor, a person must be at least 30 years old, a United States citizen, and a resident of Texas for at least five years preceding the election. In 1972, the term of office was extended from two to four years, effective in 1975. Since 1856 the governor has had the use of the Governor's Mansion.

In 2002 there were 198 full time equivalent employees in the Office of the Governor. Nineteen divisions outside of the Executive Office assist the governor in carrying out his functions: Scheduling; Office of the First Lady; Administration; Appointments; Legislative; Communications; Budget, Planning, and Policy; General Counsel; Internal Audit; Constituent Communication; Criminal Justice; Economic Development and Tourist Development; Governor's Commission for Women; Office of Financial Accountability; Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities; Texas Film Commission; Texas Music Office; Texas Workforce Investment Council; and Office of State-Federal Relations.

Executive Office staff provided support services to Governor Rick Perry as he carried out his duties as governor. Staff members of the Executive Office included: Kathy Walt (chief of staff), Mike Morrissey (deputy chief of staff and senior advisor, as well as executive assistant), MacGregor Stephenson (deputy chief of staff), Teresa Spears (senior advisor to Governor Rick Perry), Cecile Young (senior special projects advisor), Theresa Schirmer (special assistant to Governor Rick Perry), Jeff Nelson (executive aide), Mary Palacios (receptionist and administrative assistant), Greg Davidson (executive clerk) and Katie Lawhon (executive assistant to deputy chief of staff and senior advisor).

(Sources include: Guide to Texas State Agencies, 11th edition, 2001; the contents of the records; and the Texas Governor's Office web site during Governor Perry's term at http://www.governor.state.tx.us, accessed on December 22, 2014.)


Rick Perry Biographical Sketch

Rick Perry served as governor of Texas from December 20, 2000 to January 20, 2015.

James Richard "Rick" Perry was the 47th governor of Texas. He was born on March 4, 1950 in Haskell, Texas to Joseph Ray Perry and Amelia June (Holt) Perry. In 1972, he received a bachelor's degree in animal science from Texas A&M University. Perry then served as a pilot with the United States Air force from 1972 to 1977 and was discharged in 1977 with the rank of captain. Perry was elected to the Texas House of Representatives (District 64) as a Democrat in 1984 and served until 1990. He was named one of the 10 most effective lawmakers by the Dallas Morning News in 1989. In the same year, Perry changed his party allegiance, becoming a Republican. Perry left the House of Representatives to serve two terms as Commissioner of Agriculture, from 1990 to 1998. He was a member of the U.S. Trade Representative's Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Committee on International Trade; the Executive Committee, Southern U.S. Trade Association; and president of the Southern Association of Trade Departments of Agriculture (from 1992 to 1993). He was elected lieutenant governor in 1998, taking office in January of 1999. Perry became governor to complete the term of Governor George W. Bush who left the office in December 2000 to become president of the United States. Perry was elected governor of Texas first on November 5, 2002, and then reelected on November 7, 2006 and November 2, 2010.

As governor, he focused primarily on issues of economy, education and security, especially along the Texas-Mexico border. Throughout his governorship, Perry espoused fiscal conservatism, opposing a state income tax and focusing on job growth and business incentives. In the field of healthcare, Perry signed several bills governing abortion procedures and funding. In 2007, Perry issued an executive order mandating that all Texas girls receive the HPV (Human Papillomavirus) vaccine. The order was overturned by the state legislature the following August. As the longest serving Texas governor, Perry capitalized on the main power assigned to him by the Texas Constitution, appointing the majority of sitting members of every state board or commission.

On August 13, 2011, Perry announced he would be running for president in 2012. However, after a controversial campaign and a low showing in the Iowa caucuses, Perry dropped out of the presidential race on January 19, 2012. Perry later ran for president again, announcing his candidacy for the Republican nomination in the 2016 U.S. presidential election on June 4, 2015. He officially suspended his campaign on September 11, 2015.

On August 15, 2014, Perry was indicted by a grand jury on felony charges for abuse of power. The indictment specifically included two charges: abuse of official capacity (a first-degree felony) and coercion of a public servant (a third-degree felony). Perry was accused of coercing Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg (who had been convicted of drunk driving) to resign by threatening to veto funding for the Public Integrity Unit, a group of state public corruption prosecutors. Perry was officially cleared of all charges in February 2016.

Perry married Anita Thigpen in 1982. They have two children, Griffin and Sydney.

(Sources include: Texas State Directory, 2014; the Texas Governor's Office website during Governor Perry's term at http://www.governor.state.tx.us, accessed on December 22, 2014; the Texas Governor's Office website during Governor Perry's term at https://wayback.archive-it.org/414/*/http:/www.governor.state.tx.us/homeland, dated November 17, 2014; Jeff Zeleny and Michael D. Shear, "Perry to End Bid for Presidency," New York Times, January 19, 2012, accessed on January 19, 2012; Theodore Schleifer, "Rick Perry drops out of 2016 presidential race - CNNPolitics.com," CNN, September 11, 2015, accessed on September 13, 2015; Benjy Sarlin, "Rick Perry indicted for abuse of power by grand jury," MSNBC, August 12, 2014, accessed on August 17, 2014; and Eugene Scott, "Court dismisses one criminal charge against Perry," CNN, July 24, 2015, accessed on July 26, 2015; and Carrie Dann, "Texas Court Dismisses Second Felony Charge Against Rick Perry", February 24, 2016, accessed on April 8, 2016.)


Scope and Contents of the Records

Executive Office staff provided support services to Governor Rick Perry as he carried out his duties as governor. Records are paper and electronic, including budgets, calendars, CD-ROMs, clippings, computer disks, correspondence, executive orders, flyers, legislative records, lists, logos, memoranda, notes, photographs, plans, presentation materials, press releases, proclamations, publications, reports, databases and speeches. Dates range from 1991 to 2015 and undated with the bulk of records dating from 2000 to 2014. Senior Advisor Mike Morrissey's subject files include plans, reports, budgets, presentations materials, speeches, notes, correspondence, clippings, publications, memoranda and related attachments, dated 1994-2014, bulk 2001-2011. Prominent topics of the records are school finance, tax reform, legislative bills, health services and government policies. Individuals mentioned include former State Representatives Colin Coe and Vilma Luna, Texas State Demographer Lloyd Potter, and Grover Norquist (founder of the organization Americans for Tax Reform), among others.

Most of Executive Clerk Greg Davidson's bill files are Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) bill files and related legislative records concerning proposed legislation that required TCEQ review under a Texas constitutional amendment in paper format. The records are dated 2001-2015, bulk 2001-2011. Other files included in the records of Greg Davidson are lists of awards given by Governor Dolph Briscoe; Governor Perry messages, executive orders and proclamations (some of which are duplicated in the bill files); files pertaining to events causing the flags in the Capitol Complex in be lowered; and budget execution proposals for the year 2014 in electronic format.

The records in the remaining series are electronic. The extent of the electronic records is provided in provided by the file size, and the number of files and folders. Electronic records described in this finding aid that are part of the Texas Digital Archive (available at http://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/) are indicated as such in the inventory. Restrictions on access to the content of records are applicable to paper and electronic records.

Deputy Chief of Staff Kathy Walt's files contain a PIR (Public Information Act request) log, memoranda, correspondence, weekly reports and related records, dated 2005-2012 with topics such as hurricane response efforts, various Border Governors Conferences and the Governor Competitive Council. Senior Special Projects Advisor Cecile Young's files consist of a publication, plan, memorandum and related records (dated 2001, 2003, 2006 and 2008), discussing disaster response, physical fitness and children's health insurance. Subject files (dated 2001-2004) are records maintained by staff members in the Executive Division of the Governor's Office during the tenure of Rick Perry. The files contain correspondence, photographs, press releases, flyers and related records. Creators include Governor's Office staff members and non-staff members. The primary record types are various awards lists, contact lists and invitations and subjects include the Texas Round-up, physical fitness, the Texas Center in the Bon Sauveur Hospital in Caen, France and budget files. The Images series is composed of digital images of photographs and logos, dated 2001 and 2003-2004. Finally, Executive staff calendars are calendars of various staff members of Governor Perry's Executive Office, including but not limited to chiefs of staff Ann Bishop, Brandy Marty and Jeff Boyd and deputy chiefs of staff Kris Heckmann, MacGregor Stephenson and Ray Sullivan. Records are dated 2009-2015.

Formats of the original electronic files include word processing or plain text files (.doc, .pdf, and .txt), databases (.mdb), spreadsheets (.xls and .xlsx), graphic images (.jpg, .ai, .gif, .tif,.png, .eps and .bmp), java script file, emails, slide presentations (.ppt and .pptx), XML files (.xml), web pages (.html and .htm), document imaging file (.mdi) and calendars (.pst). Digital files presented for public use will generally be PDF for text documents and .jpg for images. Files in their original format are available on request, restrictions may apply.

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


Organization of the Records

These records are organized into seven series:
Senior Advisor Mike Morrissey's subject files, 1979-1983, 1988, 1991-1992, 1994-2014, undated, bulk 2001-2011, 13.3 cubic ft., 2.8 GB (6,667 files)
Executive Clerk Greg Davidson's bill files, 2001-2011, 21.7 cubic ft, 4.1 GB (5,908 files)
Deputy Chief of Staff Kathy Walt's files, 2005-2012, 124 MB (289 files)
Senior Special Projects Advisor Cecile Young's files, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2008 14.4 MB (6 files)
Subject files, 2001-2004, 44.4 MB (116 files)
Images, 2001, 2003-2004, 24.1 MB (39 files)
Executive staff calendars, 2009-2015, 562.5 MB (26 files)

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Physical materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Physical 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, "special circumstances" aspect of common-law privacy (Texas Government Code, Section 552.101); agency memoranda and working papers (Texas Government Code Section 552.111) and home e-mail addresses (Texas Government Code Section 552.137), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552).

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 (director.librarian@tsl.texas.gov), 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.

Types of restricted information as listed above apply to physical and electronic records. Some electronic records will not be available through our portal due to such restrictions. Please see Archives staff for further information.

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

Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.

To view electronic data on the CD-ROMs, please contact Archives staff for appropriate hardware/software.

Some records contain information on 3.5-inch computer 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 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.
Personal Names:
Perry, Rick, 1950-
Davidson, Gregory Scott, 1957-
Walt, Kathy.
Morrissey, Mike, 1958-
Subjects:
Governors--Texas.
Government information--Texas.
School finance--Texas.
Tax reform--Texas.
Legislative bills--Texas.
Health services--Texas.
Government policies--Texas.
Places:
Texas--Politics and government--1951-
Document Types:
Calendars--Texas--Governors--2009-2015.
Correspondence--Texas--Governors--1994-2013.
Speeches (document genre)--Texas--Governors--1994-2013.
CD-ROMS--Texas--Governors--1994-2013.
Computer disk--Texas--Governors--1994-2013.
Legislative records--Texas--Governors--2001-2015.
Press releases--Texas--Governors--2001-2004.
Memoranda--Texas--Governors--1994-2014.
Notes--Texas--Governors--1994-2014.
Reports--Texas--Governors--1994-2014.
Plans (reports)--Texas--Governors--1994-2013.
Budgets--Texas--Governors--1994-2015.
Presentation (communicative events)--Texas--Governors--1994-2014.
Clippings (information artifacts)--Texas--Governors--1994-2013.
Logos--Texas--Governors--2001, 2003-2004.
Photographs--Texas--Governors--2001-2004.
Flyers (printed material)--Texas--Governors--2001-2004.
Publications--Texas--Governors--1994-2013.
Lists--Texas--Governors--2001-2015.
Proclamations--Texas--Governors--2001-2015.
Executive orders--Texas--Governors--2001-2015.
Databases--Texas--Governors--2001-2015.
Functions:
Providing support services to the governor.

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 Governor George W. Bush Correspondence/Constituent Services Office central correspondence files, 1955-2000, undated, bulk 1995-2000, 1000 cubic ft., 2 oversize rolled items. [These records are located at the George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas, Texas.]
Texas Department of Agriculture records, 1924-2001, bulk 1960-1997, 260.33 cubic ft.
Texas Governor Rick Perry Press Office records, 1997-2015, undated, 0.4 cubic ft. and 14.79 GB (38, 057 files)

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Texas Governor Rick Perry Executive Office records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 2015/067, 2015/117

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Office of the Governor on December 19, 2014 and January 29, 2015.

Processing Information

Processed by Jessica Tucker, October 2015


Other Finding Aids

Electronic records described in this finding aid that are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available at http://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/.


Detailed Description of the Records

Senior Advisor Mike Morrissey's subject files, 1979-1983, 1988, 1991-1992, 1994-2014, undated, bulk 2001-2011,
13.3 cubic ft., 2.8 GB (6,667 files)

Executive Office staff provided support services to Governor Rick Perry as he carried out his duties as governor. Records are the subject files of Senior Advisor Mike Morrissey and include plans, reports, budgets, presentations materials, speeches, notes, correspondence, clippings, publications, memoranda and related attachments, dated 1988, 1991-1992, 1994-2014, undated, bulk 2001-2011. Mike Morrissey first worked in the Office of the Governor as director of the Budget, Planning, and Policy Division, then acted as the deputy chief of staff and senior advisor, as well as executive assistant for Texas Governor Rick Perry. In April 2008, he became the senior advisor in the Office of the Governor.
Prominent topics of the records are school finance, tax reform, legislative bills, health services and government policies. Individuals mentioned include former State Representatives Colin Coe and Vilma Luna, Texas State Demographer Lloyd Potter, and Grover Norquist (founder of the organization Americans for Tax Reform), among others.
Arrangement
The records were arranged by topic by the creating agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Mike Morrissey's subject files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Executive Office records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, agency memoranda and working papers (Texas Government Code Section 552.111), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552). Refer to overall restriction statement for instructions on requesting access through the Texas Attorney General.
Technical Requirements
Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.
To view electronic data on the CD-ROMs, please contact Archives staff for appropriate hardware/software.
Some records contain information on 3.5-inch computer 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 Archives staff for more information.
Formats of the original electronic files include word processing or plain text files (.doc, .pdf, and .txt), databases (.mdb), spreadsheets (.xls and .xlsx), graphic images (.jpg, .gif, .tif, and .png), java script files, emails, slide presentations (.ppt and .pptx), XML files (.xml), web pages (.html and .htm), and document imaging file (.mdi). Digital files presented for public use will generally be PDF for text documents and .jpg for images. Files in their original format are available on request, restrictions may apply.
Box
2015/067-3031 State Interim Committee on Public School Facilities, 1994-2000
77th session, Senate school finance plan, 1997-2010
76th session, SB (Senate Bill) 4, 1999
Available and permanent school funds, 1994-2003
[2 folders]
Comprehensive annual financial report, 1997
Texas Growth Fund, 2005, 2012
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts-Internal Audit Division, 2002-2004
SB 1438, 76th session,
TPR (Texas Performance Review) bills in the 74th legislature, 19991994-1995
CPA (Comptroller of Public Accounts) office budget, 2003
What did it save? (presentation), 2001, 2009
Transportation rail relocation, 2009
Texas Public Finance Authority, 2010
Transportation TXDOT (Texas Department of Transportation), 2011-2012
Texas Department of Information Resources, 2006, 2011, undated
Karen Robinson, 2011
Private activity bonds, 2008-2012
Bond Review Board (BRB) legislation, 2004, 2008
BRB refundings, 2001
BRB Constitutional debt limit, 2010
State Preservation Board, 2002, 2004
Public Finance Authority, 2009, 2010
Sequestration, undated
Gold depository, 2013
Greg Laughlin, 2012-2013, undated
Texas Association of Business, 2010
Inspector General, 20102010, 2013
Texas Retailers Association, 2010
Thank yous, 2001-2013
[folder 1 of 3]
Thank yous, 2001-2013
[folders 2-3 of 3]
Box
2015/067-3032 Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation, 2010, 2013
FQHC (Federally Qualified Health Center), 2010
Texas Bond Review Board, 2002-2005, 2011-2013
[3 folders]
Tobacco securitization, 1998-2003
[2 folders]
TPPF (Texas Public Policy Foundation) Higher Education Summitt, 2008
Angelo State University, 2010
Tobacco press, 1998-2000
Tobacco post, 77th session, 2001
George Bush library, 1995
Rangel College of Pharmacy, 2006
Sul Ross State University, 2009-2010, undated
TTUHSC (Texas Tech University Health Science Center), 2010
North Texas System, 2007
University of Texas systems, 2009-2012, undated
Texas A&M University, 2002-2006
[2 folders]
Texas Agricultural Lifetime Leadership program, 2011
Tuition equalization, 1997-1998
Texas Grant, 2005
Telecommunications Infrastructure Board, 2004
Investments, 2002
Special items, 1996, 2001
Nursing shortage, 2002
Perry Reading Initiative, 2003
Higher Education Fund, 2001
THECB (Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board), 2001-2002, 2012-2013
Funding formulas, 1997-2008
Property values decline, 1999-2001
Homestead exceptions, 2000-2002
Teacher health insurance, 2000-2001
Box
2015/067-3033 Vouchers, 1999
TEA (Texas Education Agency) lawsuits, 1995-1997
Charter Schools, 1997-1999
[2 folders]
Telecom fund, 2003, undated
Gaming, 2004, 2011, undated
Board for University Land Leases, undated
McWilliams (Dean or Andi), 2013
"Information from Mark Ellison about how he made list," 24.65, undated
Keeping PACE (property assessed clean energy in Texas), 2012-2013
Business Tax Advisory Committee, 2008-2011
[2 folders]
Speeches, 2008, 2012, undated
Financial aid, 2009
Unclaimed bonds, 2009
Comptroller correspondence, 2011-2013
CPA (Certified Public Accountant) Renewal Tracker, 2010-2012
Sports facilities, 1996-1997
[2 folders]
Border on the Brink, 2001, 2010, undated
Mexican truck regulation, 2002
Enterprise resource planning, undated
E-Texas, 1999-2000
Comptroller Texas NextStep Program, 2002, undated
School performance review, 1999-2001
TXDOT Study, 2000, 2002
Tex Pool, 1996
Economic Quarterly, 2002
Annual financial report, 1991, 1999, 2007, 2011
[2 folders]
Tax report, 2000, 2010
Tax rate information, 1992, 1999, 2000, 2002
Monthly tax updates, 1999
Sales tax rebates, 1999-2000
Rule - sales tax holiday, 1999
Exemption letters, 2004-2009
Comptroller trust division, 2012
Texas Fiscal Officers Academy, 2001-2011, undated
[folder 1 of 2]
Box
2015/067-3034 Texas Fiscal Officers Academy, 2001-2011, undated
[folder 2 of 2]
Lawsuit notes, 1999, 2002
Assorted Comptroller files, 1991-2014
[4 folders]
Dan Holladay, 2008
Caroline Miller, 2009-2010
Texas Military Preparedness Commission, 2009-2010
Steve Timmons, 2010
52nd Institute on Property Taxation, 2010
Budget cutting, 2010
Eliminating Property Tax in Texas, 2010
Bell Helicopter, 2010
Buy American, 2009
Colin Coe, undated
Wally Kinney, undated
President's budget, 2009
Medellin vs. Texas, 2010
Policy, 2010
Federal Funds Information for States, 2010
José Camacho, 2009
Amy Barbee, 2010-2013
Sunset Advisory Commission, 2009, 2011
Children's Health Insurance Program, 2003, 2011
State Hospital, 2003
Council on Competitive Government, 2010-2013
[3 folders]
Department of State Health Services, 2010
Slot machines, 2010-2011
Southwest Research Institute, 2012
Sex trafficking, 2012
Baylor College of Medicine, 2008
Mental health, 2011
West explosion, 2013
Box
2015/067-3035 Base realignment and closure, 2012
Senator Van de Putte, 2012
Donna Howard, undated
American Heart Association, 2013
Kelly Hancock, 2011
Community colleges, undated
Texas Facilities Commission, 2012
Family planning services, 2012
Mark Burns, 2012
Stan Schlueter, 2012
First Net, 2012
Keith Graf, 2012-2013
Texas Department of Insurance, 2012-2013
House Republican Caucus, 2012
Comptroller event fund, undated
Smart meters, 2011
HB (House Bill) 1025 (second supplemental), 2011
Tax and fee cuts, 83rd legislature, undated
Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife, 2013
South Texas University, undated
James Tour (NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Museum/Rice), 2011
Cecil Bell, undated
Days in session (state-by-state comparison), 2012
Medicaid, 2010-2013
[2 folders]
Office of State Federal Relations, 2010
Pension reform, 2011
State bankruptcy, 2011
Repurposing the University of North Texas, 2010
Economic development and tourism, 2011
BioPsych Health Systems, 2011-2012
[2 folders]
Cable vs. satellite, 2010
Texas State Aquarium, 2012
Houston Methodist Leading Medicine, undated
Mary Crowley Cancer Research Centers, 2012
GR (general revenue) related tax collection and GR related total revenue, undated
State of the State, 2003
Notes from the 83rd legislature, 2011
Waller Creek conservancy, 2014
Qualified energy conservation bonds, 2011, 2013
House Select Committee on Transparency, 2013
Lesser prairie chicken, 2013
Emergency financial manager, 2011-2012
Care Pool, 2013
Earned federal funds, undated
Alternative Investments forum, 2013
Lyndon B. Johnson School, 2010
Swiss Re, 2009
Tim Roth, 2010
Amazon, 2011-2012
Prison healthcare, 2011-2012
[folders 1-2 of 3 folders]
Box
2015/067-3036 Prison healthcare, 2011-2012
[folder 3 of 3 folders]
Managed care, 2011-2012
[4 folders]
Houston, 2009
[3 folders]
Bill Zedler, 2011
Smoking ban, 2011, undated
Grover Norquist, 2011
Valley Interfaith, 2011
Debt collection, 2010-2011
Drought, 2011
Task form on appraisal reform, 2006
HB 3790, undated
HB 4, 82nd legislature, 2011
HB 1, 82nd legislature, 2011
SECC (State Employees Charitable Campaign)/Municipal advisors, undated
Veto proclamations, FY 2012-2013
Jobs numbers, 2009-2011
Menendey, 2011
Firefighters' Pension Committee, 2008, 2012
Unfunded mandates, 2011
Homeless housing, 2011
Lean Six Sigma, 2011
Sale for Resale, undated
Non-participatory manufacturers, 2005, undated
HHSC (Health and Human Services Commission) fraud, undated
Texas Public Policy Foundation, 2009-2014
Granny tax, 2011
TDHCA (Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs), 2011
Nursing homes, 2011
Texas compared to other states, 2011
Wildfires, 2011-2012
Disabilities, undated
Shelter initiative, 2010
Education Resources, Inc., undated
2011 healthcare reform, 2010
Box
2015/067-3037 Governor's budget - satellite tax, 2011
Paul Sadler, 2011
Public Utility Commission, 2011
State Cemetery, 2011
Government Music Office, 2010
Government Organizations Committee, undated
Senate Finance Committee, 2010, 2013
Historical Commission, 2010, 2013
Tenth Amendment - Senator Hemmings, 2010
The Heritage Foundation Publications, 2009
Texas Windstorm Insurance Agency, 2011
Qualifying energy conservation bonds, 2011
Tea Party, 2011
Americans for Tax Reform, 2008
Texas Historical Commission, 2011
TDCJ (Texas Department of Criminal Justice) managed care, 2011
Citigroup, 2011
$100 month pay raise, 1997
SAO (State Auditor's Office) audit of exempt positions, 1996
2001 pay raise, 1996, 2001
"Hiring freeze," 2003
Article IX provisions, 2003, 2008
Executive directors (job descriptions and salaries), 1988, 1995-2005
[4 folders]
Dewhurst $1.00 plan, 1997, 2002, 2006
[2 folders]
HB 3 - history, 2004-2007
[6 folders]
Texas Workforce Commission, 2009-2013
[2 folders]
Fund 006, 2011
DSH (Disproportionate Share Hospital) program, 2011-2012
[folder 1 of 2]
Box
2015/067-3038 DSH program, 2011-2012
[folder 2 of 2]
Pew on Tax Incentives, 2012
Systemic Risk Conference, 2012
[3 folders]
State Budget Tax Force, 2012
Railroad Commission, 2013
Texas Safety Broadband Program, 2012-2013
Department of Motor Vehicles, 2009-2010
Women's Health Program, 2012
Stem Cells, 2012-2013
Nextgen/"TecSec," undated
Fiscal research for speeches, 2008-2009
SMAC and MAC, 2011
[Printed emails within the folder confirm that organizations with these acronyms do not exist.]
Levees, 2010
P3 (Public Private Partnership Statute), 2012
Clock Hour Measurement Program, 2011
2011 Appropriations bill, 2012-2013
Volunteer Fire Department, 2011
TCEQ (Texas Commission on Environmental Quality), 2011-2014
Scott Balice strategies, 2008
Child ID, 2008, 2011
University of Texas Medical Board, 2009-2011
UTMB (University of Texas Medical Board) recovery, 2009
Recovery vendors, undated
TCC (Texas Conservation Commission), 2010
Peggy Venable, undated
Tom Parker, 2008, 2010
Texas Water Development Board, 2008-2012
[2 folders]
E-Z Tax, undated
Video versus cable, 2008
Cancer, HB14, 2008-2009
[3 folders]
Rider 64, TDCJ-related, 2002, 2010
Box
2015/067-3039 Tag readers, undated
Daniel Lindblom, 2009
Terrebon, 2008, 2010
TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) federal funds, 2008-2009
State Procurement Advisory Council, 2009
Energy/Sematech, 2010
Windstorm, 2011-2012
Texas Workforce Initiative, 2009
Texas Workforce Commission, 2010
[2 folders]
Hobby building, 2009
Incentive funding, 2008
SAO (State Auditor's Office) reports, 2009-2013
Senator Patrick, 2013
Riders, 2009
Social Services Block Grant letter, 2009
Pitts appropriations, undated
State Budget Task Force, 2009-2010
Enterprise Fund, 2009
Marine Well Containment Company, 2011
One Star, 2009-2010, undated
Certified Capital Company, 2009
Energy Performance Contract, 2008
Disaster funds, 2007, 2011
University of Texas Investment Management Company, 2008-2010
Correctional Medical Services, 2008-2012
Administrative Accountability Reports, 2004-2010
Spendulus, 2009
Texas Conservative Coalition, 2011-2013
Prison industries, 2008
Office of Rural Committee Affairs/GDEM (Governor's Division of Emergency Management), 2008
Cord Blood Bank, 2008-2009
Digital archive, 2009
Nuclear waste management, undated
Kimbrough, 2002, 2008, 2013
David Hartman, 2008
Hurricane, 2010
Good manufacturing processes, 2008-2009, 2013
Formula One, 2010
Comptroller's report, 2011
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2015/067-3040 Rider 64, TDCJ-related, 2002, 2010
Internal budget, 2013
Swinford, 2008-2010
Economic development, 2012
Appointments, 2013
2.5% reduction, 2011
Report to the 74th Legislature, 1995
Working for Texas (the Governor's policy budget), 1994-1995
Funding Effective Government, 1997
Building from the Blueprint, 1991
The Governor's Report, 1979-1983
Blueprint for the New Texas, 1991
Setting Priorities, Getting Results, 1999
Transparency, 2008
Infrastructure fund, 2008
Competitiveness Council, 2008
Border security, 2010-2012
HB 6, undated
Spending limit, 2008-2012
Governor's Executive Development Program, 2008-2013
[2 folders]
Ken Nicolas, 2010-2011
Lloyd Potter, 2010
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), 2009
HUD-hurricane background, 2010-2012
[2 folders]
HUD file-disaster, 2010-2011
Vilma Luna, 2009
Low-level radioactive waste, 2009-2010
Sebelius/Fitness application, 2009
Assorted HUD files, 2009-2011
[folder 1 of 2]
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2015/067-3041 Assorted HUD files, 2009-2011
[folder 2 of 2]
Menninger clinic, 2010
Medicaid reform, 2010-2011
Rockefeller Institute, 2010-2011
Milton Rister, 2010
Big Brothers Big Sisters, undated
Constitution, 1988
Company-T3, 2009
TTARA (Texas Taxpayers and Research Association), 2009-2014
Arts Commission, 2005-2013
Jonathan Hurst file, 2010-2011
Meeting notebook - State Procurement Advisory Council, 2008
Promisec, 2008-2009
Agency repair manual, 2006
Texas Department of Rural Affairs, 2010-2011
Skills Development Fund, 2010
Fiscal Year 2011-2012
Health Information Exchange, 2010
TDRA (Texas Department of Rural Affairs)/LaBelle, 2010
[This folder contains a CD-ROM.]
TDRA-Ike, 2010
Gulf Coast Research Initiative/BP (British Petroleum), 2010
MHM Services, 2010
GSL-a Welcome Company, 2009-2010
Guaranteed student loans, 2009-2013
Student loans, 2011
Ranger project, 2010-2013
[3 folders]
Joe Chambers, undated
Willie Gaynor, 2010
Single statewide audit, 2010-2011
Alamo, 2010
The Illustrated Alamo 1836, 2008
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2015/067-3042 TDRA-Hurricane Budget, 2008-2011
Hurricane Ike bonds, 2009-2011
[8 folders]
Gulf Coast Ford, about 2006
Drones, undated
Department of Public Safety, 2010-2013
Governor's Disaster Fund, 2011
Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT), 2009-2013
[5 folders]
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2015/067-3043 Ike bonds, 2007-2009
High level radioactive waste, 2013-2014
Department of Housing and Community Service, 2012
Tourism, 2014
Texas A&M, 2012, 2014
Council on Competitive Government, 2014
Assorted files, 2010-2014
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 Alex Johnson, 2013
Alternative fuel, 2009
American Principle Project, 2012
Amy Barbee, 2012-2013
Andrea Sparks, 2013
Andrew Keller (Meadows Foundation), 2014
Andrew Sell, 2010
Appointments, 2013
Atanu Basu, 2012-2013
Barry Williamson, 2011-2013
Baylor College of Medicine, 2013
Ben Campbell, 2010-2011
Big Brothers, Big Sisters, 2010-2012, 2014
Bill McGraw, 2012-2013
Bill Pewitt, 2013
Bond Ratings, 2011, 2013
Bond Review Board, 2012-2014
Border Security, 2008, 2013
Boys & Girls Club, 2010
BP America, Inc., 2012-2014
Budget, Planning and Policy, 2009
Bridge City, 2009, 2012-2013
Business tax, 2009
Cancer Prevention and Research Institute, 2012-2013
Carl Isett, 2013
Cecile Young, 2014
Centene, 2014
Charles Perry, 2013
Chris Britton, 2013
Chuck Hahn, 2013
Chuck Rice, 2013
Cobie Russell, 2011-2012
Comptroller, 2009-2014
Comptroller revenue tracking, 2011-2014
Conference call information, 2014
Correctional managed care, 2011-2012
Craig Casselberry, 2013
Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services, 2013
Dalton Smith, 2009-2010
Dan Holladay, 2013
Danielle Delgadillo, 2014
Darla Beam Williams, 2014
David Simpson, 2012
Debt collection, 2011-2012
Demetrius McDaniel, 2010, 2013-2014
Department of State Health Services, 2011
Department of State Health Services-Medicaid Centers, 2009
DIR, 2013
Disproportionate Share Hospital, 2012-2013
District charter reported costs, 2009
Doc Arnold, 2012
Don McBeath, 2014
Donna Howard, 2013
Dr. James Willerson (Texas Heart Hospital), 2012-2013
Dr. Nemunaitis, 2009
Drones, 2013
Economic development, 2012-2014
Economic Stabilization Fund, 2013
Ed Propst, 2010
Employee Retirement System, 2013
Energy, 2009
Enterprise Fund, 2009
Erate, 2009
Eric Donsky (Axium), 2014
Eric Wright, 2013
Exempt salaries, 2013
Export, 2009
Export-import bank, 2013
Financial Accountability Unit, 2012-2013
Firefighter's Pension Commission, 2012-2013
Fires, 2011-2013
FirstNet, 2013
Fiscal cliff, 2012
Fitnessgram, 2013
Flooding (October 2013), 2013-2014
For Mike, 2009
Formula One, 2010
Franchise Tax Reimbursement, 2013
Frank Farley, 2012
Fraternal Order of Police, 2009
Gaming bills, 2009
Gary Blake (nursing facilities), 2014
Gary Bushell, 2013
Gemiini, 2014
General Land Office, 2012-2014
General revenue, 2009
General revenue - dedicated accounts to certify budget, 2012
Gold depository, 2013
Good manufacturing practice, 2009
Governor's budget, 2012-2013
Governor's Executive Development Program, 2009-2013
Greg Laughlin, 2013
Growthonomics, 2012
Gun reform, 2013
Guy Diedrich, 2012-2014
Hartman, 2009
HB (House Bill) 4586, 2009-2010
Healthcare, 2008-2009
Hoke Smith, 2014
Hollis Rutledge, 2014
Hoover Institute, 2014
House caucus, 2013
House Committee presentations, 2012-2013
Housing and Urban Development and hurricanes, 2009-2011
I.Q. Hurdle, 2009-2014
Ike bonds, 2010-2014
Internal auditor, 2013
J. McCartt, 2011
Jack Erskine, 2013
James LeBas, 2013-2014
Jeff Bonham, 2012
Jeff Boyd, 2012
Jeff Dodson, 2012-2013
Jeff Heckler, 2013
Jim Mazurkiewicz, 2013-2014
Jodie Jiles, 2009-2010
Jody Richardson, 2013
Joe Bast, 2012
Joe DeSantis, 2013-2014
Joe Heflin (Jones County), 2012-2013
Joe LeBrun & Ron Wilson, 2009-2010
John Dwyer (TelCare), 2014
Jonathan Dinesman (Centene), 2014
Josh Havens, 2010
Justice Research and Statistics Association and Statistical Analysis Center, 2010
Keith Graf, 2013-2014
Ken McKay (Simpatico Software Systems), 2014
Kent Grusendorf, 2011
Larry Martin, 2012-2013
Lauren Francis, 2005-2008
Lawrence Purpuro, 2013
Legislative Appropriations Request (LAR) 2014-2015, 2012
Lean Six Sigma, 2011-2012
Lee Deviney, 2013
Legislative Budget Board, 2012-2013
Lieutenant Governor, 2013
Literacy Texas, 2011
Liz Seale, 2009
Lloyd Potter, 2010
Lori Vetters, 2010
Lottery, 2009
Lower Colorado River Authority, 2013-2014
Main Street Fairness Act, 2010
Mansion, 2013
Margin tax, 2012
Mark Ellison, 2012-2013
Mark Sampson, 2013-2014
Mark Smith, 2012
Mary Scott Nabers, 2013-2014
Matthew Fair, 2012
MD Anderson, 2013
Medicaid, 2013-2014
Mental health, 2013
Michael O'Bannon, 2009
Mike Morrissey information, 2009, 2011
Mike Morrissey meetings and upcoming travel information, 2013-2014
Mike Toomey, 2012-2014
Mindy Elmer, 2011
Morgan saved, August 15, 2013, 2013
Motor vehicle sales tax, 2013
National Association of State Budget Officers, 2011-2014
National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility, 2008-2009, 2011
National Conference of State Legislatures, 2010-2011
National Governors Association, 2012-2013
National Public Safety communications, 2013
National Rifle Association, 2013
Nextgen, 2012
Obamacare, 2009-2013
Obesity, 2009
Object codes, 2011
Office of Court Administration, 2013
Office of State-Federal Relations, 2011
Office of the Attorney General, 2013
OneStar Foundation, 2012
Organization of Islamic Conference, 2013
Outer Continental Shelf Governors Coalition, 2013-2014
Papa Doug Manchester, 2013-2014
Parker, 2009
Paul Sadler, 2011-2012
Pensions, 2012
Permanent University Fund, 2013
Pew, 2014
PHI, Inc., 2009
Poland, 2014
Prairie chicken, 2013
Promisec, 2009
Properly Assessed Clean Energy, 2012
Property taxes, 2012
Public Utility Commission, 2012-2013
Permanent University Fund, 2011
Qualified Energy Conservation Bond, 2011, 2013
Qualified School Construction Bonds, 2009, 2011
Railroad Commission, 2013
Rainy Day, 2009, 2013
Randy Cain, 2014
Raw data,2009-2013
Ray Sullivan, 2013
Rebeca White, 2009
Reception room, 2010
RESTORE Act, 2013-2014
Richard Seline, 2011-2012
Rina Hartline, 2012, 2014
Robert Kamm, 2014
Robert Miller (Texas Medical Center), 2014
Robert Peeler, 2009, 2012-2013
Rockefeller Institute, 2012
Ron Lewis, 2013
Ron Simmons, 2013-2014
Ron Wilson, 2013
Rowan Smith, 2013
RWF, 2009
SACC, MACC2011
Salary, 2014
Sarah Tays, 2013
School choice, 2012
School Finance Lawsuit (2013), 2013
Scott Flukinger, 2012
Sec (probably security), 2008
Secretary of State, 2013
Select Committee on Economic Development, 2012-2013
Sematech, 2009-2010
Senate Committee presentations, 2013
Sequestration and government shutdown, 2012-2013
Seth Bernstein, 2012
South Texas University, 2013
SPAC, 2009
Speaker Straus, 2014
Special projects, 2009
Spending limit, 2010, 2012-2013
Stan Schlueter, 2012
State Auditor's Office, 2012-2013
State debt, 2011
State gross domestic product, 2013
State of State, 2009, 2013
State of the State (83rd Legislature, 2013), 2013
State Preservation Board room reservations, 2009
State Small Business Credit Initiative, 2011
Stem cells, 2012-2013
Stemedica, 2013
Steve Friess, 2013
Steve Koeble, 2013
Steve Sachtleben (Healthways), 2014
Steve Timmons, 2010
Strategic planning, 2012
Suzanna Hupp, 2014
Suzy Whittenton, 2013
Swinford, 2009
System office, 2010-2011
Taryn Davis, 2014
Tax and revenue anticipation notes, 2011, 2013
Tax Foundation, 2013-2014
Tax website (83rd Legislature), 2013
Teachers Retirement System, 2012-2013
Tenaska, 2012
Terrabon, 2009, 2011
Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, 2013
Texas A&M, 2013
Texas Association of Business, 2011
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, 2011, 2013-2014
Texas Competitiveness Council, 2011
Texas Conservative Coalition, 2009
Texas Conservative Coalition Research Institute, 2012
Texas Department of Aging and Disability, 2013
Texas Department of Agriculture, 2013
Texas Department of Criminal Justice, 2012-2013
Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs, 2012-2013
Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs and Texas Desert Racing, 2010-2011
Texas Department of Insurance, 2012-2013
Texas Department of Public Safety, 2012-2014
Texas Department of Public Safety, 2012-2014
Texas Department of State Health Services, 2012-2013
Texas Department of State Health Services fitness, 2009
Texas Department of Transportation, 2013
Texas Disaster Relief Fund, 2011-2014
Texas Division of Emergency Management, 2011, 2013
Texas Economy, 2008-2009, 2012
Texas Education Agency, 2011-2013
Texas Enterprise Fund, 2012-2013
Texas Facilities Commission, 2013
Texas Film Commission, 2012-2014
Texas Fiscal Officers Academy, 2009-2011, 2014
Texas Fiscal Officers Steering Committee, 2009
Texas Government Insider, 2009
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, 2011-2013
Texas Juvenile Justice Department, 2012-2013
Texas Lottery Commission, 2012
Texas Low Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Compact Commission, 2012
Texas Military Preparedness Commission, 2013
Texas Moving Image Industry Program, 2011-2012
Texas Parks & Wildlife, 2013-2014
Texas Power Source, 2009
Texas Public Finance Authority, 2012, 2014
Texas Public Policy Foundation, 2012-2013
Texas State Library and Archives Commission, 2013-2014
Texas State Preservation Board, 2013
Texas Taxpayers and Research Association, 2012-2013
Texas Tech University, 2013
Texas Veterans' Commission, 2012-2013
Texas Windstorm Insurance Association, 2012-2013
Texas Workforce Commission, 2011-2014
TG (probably Texas Guarantor), 2012-2013
Tobacco, 2013
Tom Kleinworth, 2013-2014
Tommy Williams, 2013
Tort Reform, 2013
Tourism Office, 2013
Tyler Sexton, 2010
Unfunded mandates, 2011-2012
UT (University of Texas) Southwestern Medical, 2012-2013
University of Texas Investment Management Company, 2012-2013
UT Medical Branch, 2010-2011
UT Southwestern Medical, 2013-2014
UT Systems, 2012-2014
Van De Putte, 2013
Van Taylor, 2013
Veterans, 2009, 2013
Volunteer Fire Departments, 2013
Voter identification, 2013
Water infrastructure, 2013
Wayne Hamilton, 2009-2010, 2015
Welcome Wilson, 2012-2013
West explosion, 2013
Willie Gaynor, 2010
Women's Health Providers, 2012-2013
Workforce, 2009, 2011



Executive Clerk Greg Davidson's bill files, 2001-2015, bulk 2001-2011,
21.7 cubic ft., 4.1 GB (5,908 Files)

Executive Office staff provided support services to Governor Rick Perry as he carried out his duties as governor. These records are the files of executive clerk Greg Davidson, dated 2001-2015, bulk 2001-2011. Most of the records in this series are Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) bill files and related legislative records concerning proposed legislation that required TCEQ review under a constitutional amendment. The amendment (passed on November 3, 1964) requires a specific filing for any legislation "creating a conservation and reclamation district" or "amending a law creating or governing a particular conservation and reclamation district if such bill (1) adds additional land to the district, (2) alters the taxing authority of the district, (3) alters the authority of the district with respect to the issuance of bonds, or (4) alters the qualifications or terms of office of the members of the governing body of the district." (Texas Constitution, Article XVI, Section 59(d).). Among the bill files are transmittal letters, enrolled bill memorandum files, signature pages and proclamations and executive orders pertaining to the bill files.
The other files included in the records of Greg Davidson are lists of awards given by Governor Dolph Briscoe; Governor Perry messages, executive orders and proclamations (some of which are duplicated in the bill files); files pertaining to events causing the flags in the Capitol Complex to be lowered and budget execution proposals for the year 2014 in electronic format. Most of the bill files maintained by Greg Davidson have been scanned and are available in electronic format in the folder labeled "Greg's legislative folder" and/or the "EBM system solder." Formats of the original electronic files include word processing files (.doc and .pdf), databases (.mdb), spreadsheets (.xls), graphic images (.tif, .jpg, and .bmp), emails, slide presentations (.ppt), and web pages (.htm). Digital files presented for public use will generally be PDF for text documents and .jpg for images. Files in their original format are available on request, restrictions may apply.
Arrangement
The TCEQ bill files were arranged by legislative session by the creating agency. Within each session, they were then arranged by record type and finally numerically. The other records were arranged by topic or type of record by the creating agency.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Technical Requirements
Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Executive Clerk Greg Davidsons's files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Executive Office records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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2015/067-3043 Bill files, 77th Legislature, 2001
TNRCC (Texas Natural Resources Conservation Commission) Water and Special District bill files:
SB 2 by Brown
SB 2 by Brown
SB 404 by Fraser
SB 470 by Gallegos
SB 503 by Lindsay
SB 525 by Armbrister
SB 611 by Haywood
SB 647 by Lindsay
SB 748 by Ogden
SB 780 by Lindsay
SB 784 by Ogden
SB 821 by Truan
SB 830 by Lindsay
SB 835 by Nelson
SB 926 by Shapiro
SB 979 by Staples
SB 1036 by Zaffirini
SB 1157 by Fraser
SB 1207 by Sibley
SB 1226 by Lindsay
SB 1298 by Lucio
SB 1335 by Brown
SB 1552 by Barrientos
SB 1565 by Duncan
SB 1600 by Staples
SB 1619 by Armbrister
SB 1620 by Armbrister
SB 1629 by Wentworth
SB 1630 by Wentworth
SB 1638 by Bernsen
SB 1639 by Bernsen
SB 1641 by Bernsen
SB 1642 by Bernsen
SB 1646 by Bernsen
SB 1655 by Sibley
SB 1685 by Jackson
SB 1686 by Jackson
SB1697 by Barrientos
SB 1704 by Wentworth
SB 1744 by Shapleigh
SB 1752 by Wentworth
SB 1758 by Zaffirini
SB 1764 by Zaffirini
SB 1770 by Truan
SB 1771 by Armbrister
SB 1773 by Bernsen
SB 1775 by Lindsay
SB 1776 by Lindsay
SB 1777 by Lindsay
SB 1782 by Shapiro
SB 1784 by Bernsen
SB 1788 by Bernsen
SB 1796 by Brown
SB 1802 by Truan
SB 1821 by Staples
SB 1822 by Armbrister
SB 1823 by Armbrister
SB 1830 by Ellis
SB 1832 by Lindsay
HB 113 by Hupp
HB 179 by Turner, Bob
HB 305 by Burnam
HB 372 by Gallego
HB 529 by Bailey
HB 561 by Walker
HB 787 by Gallego
HB 890 by Hupp
HB 1038 by Cook
HB 1081 by Cook
HB 1136 by Cook
HB 1232 by Counts
HB 1258 by Gallego
HB 1274 by Seaman
HB 1455 by Shields
HB 1764 by Turner, Bob
HB 1771 by Burnam
HB 1784 by Cook
HB 1836 by Denny
HB 1842 by Callegari
HB 1844 by Kolkhorst
HB 1909 by Junell
HB 1972 by Hawley
HB 1990 by Turner, Sylvester
HB 2001 by Ellis
HB 2005 by Corte
HB 3636 by Geren
HB 741 by Bailey
Enrolled bill memorandum files:
SB 1-184
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SB 331-SB 512
SB 515-SB 664
SB 665-SB 850
SB 858-SB 1128
SB 1140-SB 1432
SB 1433-SB 1796
SB 1797-SB 1840
HCR (House Concurrent Resolution) 002-HCR 256
SCR (Senate Concurrent Resolution) 001-SCR 078
HB 005-HB 371
HB 372-HB 558
HB 591-HB 842
HB 845-HB 1117
HB 1118-HB 1394
HB 1402-HB 1678
HB 1679-HB 1890
HB 1891-HB 2155
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2015/067-3045 HB 2397-HB 2643
HB 2648-HB 2864
HB 2869-HB 3152
HB 2869-HB 3152
HB 3153-HB 3441
HB 3450-HB 3699
Signature pages:
HB 5-HB 627
HB 628-HB 1183
HB 1187-HB 1739
HB 1747-HB 2295
HB 2299-HB 2818
HB 2828-HB 3558
HB 3567-HB 3699
SB 2-SB 368
SB 370-SB 694
SB 695-SB 1146
SB 1147-SB 1781
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Executive orders
78th Legislature, 2003
TCEQ bill files:
HB 3582 Quintanilla, Paseo del Este MUD (Municipal Utility District)
HB 3583 Goodman, Great Southwest Improvement District
HB 3585, Westchase Area Management District
HB 3586 Puente, Edwards Aquifer Authority
HB 3592 West, Buddy; Downtown Midland Management District
HB 3594 Gattis, Williamson County MUD #14
HB 3601 Hopson, Houston County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3602 Bronnen, Brazoria County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3606 Smith, Wayne; Baytown Area Water Authority/validation
HB 3608 Krusee, Northeast Williamson County Utility District
HB 3609 Hamilton, North Hardin Special Utility District
HB 3612 Cook, Robby; Garfield MUD #1
HB 3614 Brown, Betty; Kingsborough MUD #8 of Kaufman County
HB 3615 Brown, Betty; Kingsborough MUD #9 of Kaufman County
HB 3616 Brown, Betty; Kingsborough MUD #7 of Kaufman County
HB 3617 Brown, Betty; Kingsborough MUD #6 of Kaufman County
HB 3618 Brown, Betty; Kingsborough MUD #5 of Kaufman County
HB 3619 Brown, Betty; Kingsborough MUD #4 of Kaufman County
HB 3620 Brown, Betty; Kingsborough MUD #3 of Kaufman County
HB 3621 Brown, Betty; Kingsborough MUD #2 of Kaufman County
HB 3622 Brown, Betty; Kingsborough MUD #1 of Kaufman County
HB 3623 Hardcastle, Rolling Plains Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3625 Ellis, Dan; Lonestar Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3627 Laney, Lake Alan Henry Water District
HB 3631 Hochberg, Sharpstown International Improvement District
HB 3632 Dallas County Water Control and Improvement District
HB 3634 Rose, Winfield Municipal Water District #1
HB 3635 Hughes, Upshur Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3636 Cook, Colony MUD
Proposed legislation
[2 folders]
HB 3560 Gams
SB 1902 Luao
SB 1897 Whitmire
Legislation, no bills found
[2 folders]
SB 5 Averitt, Johnson County Special Utility District
SB 8 Armbrister, Colony MUD
SB 18 Jackson, Baybrook Management District
SB 2 Armbrister, Elgin MUD #1
SB 23 Armbrister, Waller County Road Improvement District #1
SB 24 Armbrister, Ranch at Clear Fork Creek MUD #1
SB 25 Lucio, Kenedy County Groundwater Conservation District
SB 347 Barton Springs-Edwards Aquifer Conservation District
SB 414 Madla, Relating to certain procedures for consideration of a petition for the creation of a freshwater supply district
SB 460 Armbrister, Colorado Valley Groundwater Conservation District
SB 721 Cameron-Hidalgo-Willacy Regional Water Authority
SB Williams, East Montgomery County MUD #4
SB 767 Jackson, Harris County Road Improvement District #1
SB 1276 Armbrister, Lavaca-Navidad River Authority (old Jackson County Flood Control District)
SB 1641 Lake View Management and Development District in Henderson County
SB 1726 Lindsay, Cy-Fair Community Improvement District
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2015/067-3047 SB 1877 Madla, Real-Edwards Conservation and Reclamation District
SB 1883 Janek, Fort Bend Levee Improvement District #15
SB 1884 Janek, Sienna Plantation Levee Improvement District
SB 1885 Janek, Sienna Plantation Management District
SB 1886 Madla, Kinney County Conservation District
SB 1887 Janek, Westchase Area Management District
SB 1888 Staples, Southeast Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1897 Whitmire, Fall Creek Management District
SB 1901 Whitmire, Harris County Road Improvement District #2
SB 1902 Lucio, Rio Grande Regional Water Authority
SB 1911 Bivins, Downtown Midland Management District
SB 1912 Jackson, Harborside Management District
SB 1913 Staples, Southwest Montgomery County Improvement District
SB 1914 Wentworth, Edwards Aquifer Authority
SB 1922 Armbrister, Garfield MUD #1
SB 1928 Staples, Athens Municipal Water Authority
SB 1935 Fraser, Brazos River Authority and the Lower Colorado River Authority
SB 1936 Ellis, Rodney; Buffalo Bayou Management District
SB 1941 Lake Alan Henry Water District
SB 1943 Montrose, Museum Community Improvement District
SB 1946 Armbrister, Heritage Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1947 Lucio, Heritage Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1955 Ratliff, Red River Redevelopment Authority
SB 1956 Rodney, Ellis; Fourth Ward Management District
HB 485 Wilson, Midtown Management District
HB 435 Cook, Robby; Sponsor: Armbrister Colorado Valley Conservation District
HB 924 Eiland, Galveston County Navigation District #1
HB 1419 Christian, Southeast Texas Groundwater Conservation District
HB 1437 Eissler, San Jacinto River Authority board of directors
HB 1506 Rose, et al.; Barton Springs-Edwards Aquifer Conservation District
HB 1540 Callegari, West Harris County Regional Water Authority
HB 1685 Woolley, Harris County Improvement District #1
HB 1756 Hilderbran, Menard County Water Control and Improvement District #1 and the Menard County
HB 1832 Harper-Brown, Dallas County Utility and Reclamation District
HB 2231 Jones, Delwin; Lubbock County Water Control and Improvement District #1
HB 2533 Brown, Betty; Lake View Management and Development District in Henderson County
HB 2820 Seaman, Port of Corpus Christi Authority of Nueces County, Texas
HB 2821 Seaman, Port of Corpus Christi Authority of Nueces County, Texas
HB 3130 Capelo, Port of Corpus Christi Authority of Nueces County, Texas
HB 3229 Rose, Blanco-Pedernales Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3374 Ragel, et al.; Kenedy County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3523 Temple, Health and Biosciences Economic Development District and Authority
HB 3547 Hamric, North Harris County Regional Water Authority
HB 3555 Thompson, Harris County Road Improvement District #1
HB 3562 Eissler, Southwest Montgomery County Improvement District
HB 3563 Hegar, Waller County Road Improvement District #1
HB 3564 Montgomery County Road Improvement District #1
HB 3565 Keel, Lazy Nine MUD
HB 3566 Cook, Robby; Elgin MUD #1
HB 3567 Cook, Robby; Coastal Bend Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3569 Hopson, Rusk County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3570 Hope, East Montgomery County Municipal Utility District #4
HB 3573 Davis, John; Baybrook Management District
HB 3574 Wohlegemuth, Johnson County Special Utility Distinct
HB 3575 Hegar, Katy Towne Centre Development District
HB 3576 Davis, Jon; Harris County Road Improvement District #1
HB 3577 Smither, County Court at Law of Randall County
HB 3580 Quintanilla, Desert View MUD
HB 3581 Quintanilla, Desert View MUD
Enrolled bill memorandum files:
HB 4-HB 649
HB 653-HB 1163
HB 1165-HB 1631
HB 1634-HB 2099
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HB 2689-HB 3442
HB 3459-HB 3636, SB 7-SB 394
SB 408-SB 1429
SB 1430-SB 1948, HCR 3-HCR 88
HCR 90-HCR 306
Signature pages:
HB 1-HB 884
HB 885-HB 1538
HB 1539-HB 2112
HB 2116-HB 3024
HB 3025-HB 3636
SB 4-SB 510
SB 513-SB 1000
SB 1010-SB 1552
SB 1559-SB 1955
SCR 1-SCR 75
HCR 2-HCR 213
HCR 214-HCR 306
Transmittal letters
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3rd called session
4th called session
79th Legislature, 2005
TCEQ bill files:
HB 365 Hegar, Relating to the date of election of directors for the Coastal Bend Groundwater Conservation District
HB 791 Crownover, Relating to the method of electing directors of the Lake Cities Municipal Utility Authority
HB 812 Flynn, Relating to the creation of the Sunrise MUD of Hunt County
HB 813 Flynn, Relating to the creation of the Union Valley Ranch MUD of Hunt County
HB 856 Callegari, Relating to the general powers, authority and directors of the West Harris County Regional Water Authority
HB 881 Seaman, Relating to the dissolution of the Arsansas County Conservation and Reclamation District
HB 1054 Hope, Relating to the creation of the Montgomery County Municipal District #100
HB 1055 Hope, Relating to the creation of the Montgomery County Municipal District #101
HB 1115 Allen, Alma; Relating to the creation of the Harris County Improvement District #5
HB 1141 Flynn, Relating to the conversion of the Verandah Freshwater Supply District of Hunt County
HB 1229 Hilderbran, Relating to the powers, duties and directors of the Menard County Underwater District
HB 1230 Relating to the name, powers, duties, and directors of the Menard County Water Control and Improvement District
HB 1241 Hopson, Relating to the creation of the Houston County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 1346 Relating to the creation of the CLL MUD #1
HB 1403 Deshotel, Relating to the board of port commissioners of the Port Beaumont Navigation District of Jefferson County
HB 1458 Bailey, Relating to the creation of the Airline Improvement District
HB 1680 Callegari, et al.; Relating to the administration, powers, duties and operations of the Harris-Galveston Coastal Subsidence
HB 1819 Allen, Alma; Relating to the creation of the Harris County Improvement District #5
HB 1902 Otto, Relating to the creation of the East Montgomery MUD #8
HB 1903 Otto, Relating to the creation of the East Montgomery MUD #9
HB 1904 Otto, Relating to the creation of the East Montgomery MUD #10
HB 1905 Otto, Relating to the creation of the East Montgomery MUD #11
HB 1906 Otto, Relating to the creation of the East Montgomery MUD #12
HB 1907 Otto, Relating to the creation of the East Montgomery MUD #13
HB 1996 Hunter, Relating to the election of directors of the Wes-Tex Groundwater Conservation District
HB 2079 Keffer, Jim; Relating to the creation, administration, functions, operations and financing of the Stephens Utility District
HB 2214 Relating to the creation of the Lower Trinity Groundwater District
HB 2267 Smith, Wayne; Relating to the powers of the Coastal Water Authority
HB 2601 Gullen, Relating to the creation, administration, operation, and financing of the Duval County Groundwater District
HB 2602 Starr, Relating to the creation, administration, operation, and financing of the Duval County Groundwater District
HB 2639 Geren, Relating to the powers and duties of the Tarrant Regional Water District
HB 3181 Relating to the creation, administration, operation and financing of the Central Harris County penalty
HB 3228 Hill, Relating to the development of metro areas
HB Morrison, Relating to the creation, administration, operation and financing of the Victoria County Groundwater District
HB 3476 Relating to the creation of the Fort Bend County MUD #177
HB 3477 Hupp, Relating to the creation Central Texas Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3478, Corte, Relating to the Trinity Glen Rose Ground Water
HB 3480, Hegar, Relating to the West Fort Bend Management District
HB 3482
HB 3488
HB Lakes Freshwater Supply District
HB 3491 Quintanilla, Homestead MUD
HB 3492 Dawson, Pearland MUD
HB 3493 Wong, Southampton Neighborhood Services
HB 3494 Wong, Montrose Community Improvement District
HB Gallego, Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3496 Toureilles, Bee Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3497 Gattis, Sonterra MUD
HB 3499 Eiland, Galveston County MUD #53
HB 3500 Eiland, Galveston County MUD #63
HB 3501 Eiland Galveston County MUD #61
HB 3502 Turner, Harris County MUD #406
HB 3503 Eiland, Galveston County MUD #52
HB 3504 Eiland, Galveston County MUD #54
HB 3505 Eiland, Galveston County MUD #60
HB 3506 Eiland, Galveston County MUD #62
HB 3507 Eiland, Galveston County MUD #64
HB 3508 Crownover, Lake Cities MUD
HB 3509 Escobar, Kleberg County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3509 Kleberg, County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3510 Coleman, Harris County MUD #460
HB 3512 Laney, Salt Fort Water Quality
HB Luna, Corpus Christi Aquifer Storage and Recovery Conservation Districts
HB 3514 Eissler, Southwest Montgomery County Improvement District
HB 3516 Coleman, Harris County Improvement District #8
HB 3517 Coleman, Harris County Improvement District #7
HB 3517 Coleman, Harris County Improvement District #6
HB 3520 King, Tracy; Bexar-Medina-Atascosa Counties Water Control Improvement District #1
HB 3521 Taylor, Galveston County Municipal District #51
HB 3522 Taylor, West Ranch Management District
HB 3523 Smiley, Road Water Control and Improvement District
HB 3524 Gattis, Williamson County MUD #19
HB 3525 King, Phil; Parker County Special Utility District
HB 3526 Hochberg, Greater Sharpstown Management District
HB 3529 Vo, International Management District
HB 3530 Geren, City of Fort Worth MUD #1
HB 3532 Strama, Pflugerville MUD #1
HB 3534 Denny, Denton County MUD #6
HB 3534 Denny, City of Fort Worth MUD #1
HB 3536 Davis, John; NASA Area Management District
HB 3538 Gallego, Culberson County Groundwater Conservation District
HB #3544 Pitts, Ellis County MUD #1
HB 3545 Buffalo Bayou Management District
HB 3546 Otto, East Montgomery County Utility Districts #5, 6, and 7
HB 3548 Gattis, Williamson County MUD #16
HB 3549 Gattis, Williamson County MUD #21
HB 3550 Bailey, Aldine Improvement District
HB 3554 Howard, Imperial Redevelopment District
HB 3556 Brown, Las Lomas MUD of Kaufman County
HB 3558 Taylor, Galveston County Management District #1
HB 3559 Laubenberg, Rockwall County MUDs #6, 7, 8, and 9
HB 3560 Bohac, Spring Branch Area Community Improvement District
HB 3561 King, Tracy; East Medina County Special Utility District
HB 3564 Chavez, El Paso County Water Improvement District #1
HB 3565 Puente, Bexar Metropolitan Water District
HB 3566 La Joya, Special Utility District
HB 3568 Seaman, San Patricio County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3569 Guillen, Zapata County MUD #2
HB 3571 Puente, Kinney County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3574 Giddings, Dallas County MUD #3
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SB 3 Armbrister, Relating to the development and management of water resources of the state
SB 363 Lindsay, Relating to the West County Regional Water Authority
SB 514 Relating to the Verandah Fresh Water Supply District of Hunt County
SB 515 Deuell, Relating to the Sunrise MUD of Hunt County
SB 516 Deuell, Relating to the Union Valley Ranch of Hunt County
SB 883 Williams, Relating to the creation of the East Montgomery County MUD #8
SB 884 Williams, Relating to the creation of the East Montgomery County MUD #9
SB 885 Williams, Relating to the creation of the East Montgomery County MUD #10
SB 886 Williams, Relating to the creation of the East Montgomery County MUD #11
SB 887 Williams, Relating to the creation of the East Montgomery County MUD #12
SB 889 Williams, Relating to the creation of the East Montgomery County MUD #13
SB 891 Williams, Relating to the creation of the East Montgomery County MUD #14
SB 897 Staples, Relating to the Montgomery MUD #100
SB 993 Ellis, Relating to the Harris County Improvement District #5
SB 1017 Staples, Relating to the Lower Trinity Valley Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1022 Barrientos, Relating to the creation of the Bee Cave Development District
SB 1729 Estes, Clay County Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1792 Wentworth, South Buda Water Control District
SB 1795 Armbrister, Fort Bend County MUD #177
SB 1798 Armbrister, North Bend Water Authority
SB 1799 Zaffrini, Relating to the powers and duties of the Bee Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1800 Jackson, Galveston County MUD #60
SB 1801 Jackson, Galveston County MUD #61
SB 1802 Jackson, Galveston County MUD #62
SB 1803 Jackson, Galveston County MUD #63
SB 1804 Jackson, Galveston County MUD #64
SB 1805 Jackson, Galveston County Management District #1
SB 1806 Jackson, Ranch Management District
SB 1807 Jackson, Galveston County MUD #52
SB 1808 Jackson, Galveston County MUD #54
SB 1810 Shapleigh, Homestead MUD
SB 1813 Ellis, Pearland Municipal Management District #1
SB 1814 Ellis, Southampton Neighborhood Services District
SB 1817 Hinojosa, Relating to the boundaries, governance, and financing of the Lower Rio Grande Valley
SB 1820 Armbrister, West Fort Bend Management District
SB 1823 Wentworth, Schertz MUD #1
SB 1824 Duncan, Salt Fork Water Quality District
SB 1820 Estes, Relating to the creation, administration, operations, and financing of the Parker
SB 1820 Relating to the creation, administration, operations, and financing of the Parker County Special Utility District
SB 1828 Estes, Smiley Road Water Control and Improvement District
SB 1831 Hinojosa, Corpus Christi Aquifer Storage and Recovery Conservation District
SB 1833 Ellis, Harris County Improvement District #7
SB 1834 Ellis, Harris County Improvement District #8
SB 1835 Ellis, Harris County Improvement District #6
SB 1836 Barrientos, Pflugerville MUD #1
SB 1838 Hill Country Heritage and Conservation District
SB 1839 Lucio, Kleberg County Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1840 Lucio, Willacy County Drainage District #1
SB 1842 Ellis, Greater Sharpstown Management District
SB 1843 Ellis, International Management District
SB 1847 Zaffrini, Duval County Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1848 Zaffrini, Starr County Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1849 Estes, Stephens Regional Special Utility District
SB 1853 Madla, Bexar-Medina-Atascosa Counties Water Control and Improvement District #1
SB 1855 Deuell, Rockwall County Municipal Districts #6, 7, 8 and 9
SB 1857 Madla, Kinney County Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1860 Ellis, Montrose Community Improvement District
SB 1862 Shapleigh, Tierra del Este MUD
SB 1864 Jackson, Galveston County MUD #51
SB 1865 Jackson, Galveston County MUD #53
SB 1866 Jackson, Dickinson Management District #1
SB 1867 Jackson, NASA Area Management District
SB 1870 Seliger, Permian Basin Underground Water Conservation District
SB 1871 Jackson, Brazoria County MUD #44
SB 1873 Armbrister, Fort Bend County MUD #167
SB 1876 Brimer, Benbrook Water and Sewer Authority
SB 1877 Whitmire, Harris County MUD #406
SB 1880 Ellis, East Montrose and Fourth Ward Management District
SB 1881 Deuell, Parker Creek MUD of Rackwall County
SB 1882 Jackson, Galveston County MUD #67
SB 1884 Ellis, Harris County MUD #460
SB 1885 Jackson, Galveston Economic Development District
SB 1887 Ogden, Williamson County MUD #22
SB 1888 Lindsay, Harris County MUD #465
SB 1889 Lindsay, Harris County MUD #465
SB 1890 Armbrister, Plum Creek Conservation District
SB 1891 Armbrister, La Salle Water Control and Improvement District #1
SB 1892 Madla, Espada Development District
SB 1894 Deuell, Kaufman County Water Control and Improvement District #1
SB 1895 Fraser, Bluebonnet MUD
SB 1886 Madla, Val Verde County Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1897 Madla, Relating to the territory of the Culberson County Groundwater District
SB 1898 Deuell, Relating to the Creation of the Dallas County MUD #3
SB Relating to the creation of the San Patricio County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3576 Mowery, Benbrook Water and Sewer Authority
HB 3577 Eiland, Galveston County MUD #67
HB 3578 Heger, Fort Bend County Fort Bend County MUD #178
HB 3579 Heger, Fort Bend County Fort Bend County MUD #182
HB 3580 Heger, Fort Bend County MUD #181
HB 3581 Taylor, Dickinson Management District #1
HB 3582 Brown, Kingsborough MUD #1, 2, 3, 4, and 5
HB 3583 Van Arsdale, Harris County MUD #464
HB 3584 Van Arsdale, Harris County MUD #465
HB 3585 Laubenberg, Parker Creek MUD of Rackwall County
HB 3586 Kreuse, Williamson County MUD #22
HB 3587 Seaman, La Salle Water Control and Improvement District #1
HB 3588 King, Phil; City of Fort Worth MUD #3, 4, 5 and 6
HB 3589 Brown, Research Valley Innovation District
HB 3590 Uresti, Espada Development District
HB 3591 Kuempel, Schertz MUD #1
Enrolled bill memorandum files:
HB 7-HB 541
HB 544-HB 1009
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2015/067-3051 HB1011-HB 1475
HB 1480-HB 1928
HB 1934-HB 2337
HB 2339-HB 2810
HB 2814-HB 3520
HB 3524-HB 3582, SB 1-SB 376
SB 381-SB 846
SB 848-SB 1342
SB 1345-SB 1855
SB 1863-SB 1894, SCR 2-SCR 43, HCR 2-HCR 140
HCR 141-HCR 248
HJR (House Joint Resolution) 6, 79 and 87 and SCR 2-SCR 43
HB 7-HB 758
HB 760-HB 1426
HB 1428-HB 1999
HB 2017-HB 2661
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2015/067-3052 HB 2667-HB 3582
SB 1-SB 593
SB 599-SB 1204
SB 1205-SB 1894
Transmittal pages
Proclamations
80th Legislature, 2007
TCEQ bill files:
SB 0162 Shapiro, Dallas County Utility and Reclamation District
SB 0323 Deuell, Creation of MUD of Kaufman County
SB 0401 Deuell, Creation of the Moore Farm Water Control and Improvement District #1
SB 0610 Duncan, Salt Work Water Quality District
SB 0661 Wentworth, Hays Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
SB 0671 Ellis, Greater Southeast Management District
SB 0682 Hegar, Creation of the Fulshear MUD #1 of Fort Bend County
SB 0683 Hegar, Fort Bend County MUD #182
SB 0684 Hegar, Creation of the Waller County MUD #1
SB 0842 Hinojosa, La Joya Special Utility District
SB 0853 Nichols, Creation of the San Jacinto Special Utility District
SB 0878 Gallegos, Greater East End Management District
SB 0919 Harris, Creation of the Lakes Municipal Utility and Management District of Tarrant County
SB 1041 Lucio, Creation of the Los Fresnos MUD #2 of Cameron County
SB 1069 Janek, Creation of the Fort Bend MUD #183
SB 1070 Janek, Creation of the Booth Ranch Municipal Utility of Fort Bend County
SB 1071 Janek, Creation of the Cade Ranch Water Control and Improvement District #1 of Galveston County
SB 1091 Nichols, Creation of the Somerset MUD #1
SB 1092 Nichols, Creation of the Somerset MUD #2
SB 1123 Ellis, Creation of the Harris County Improvement District #8
SB 1205 Deuell, Kaufman County Municipal District #2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7
SB 1245 Wentworth, Creation of the Kendall County Water Control and Improvement District #2
SB 1407 Wentworth, Sunfield MUD #1
SB 1408 Wentworth, Sunfield MUD #3
SB 1409 Wentworth, Sunfield MUD #4
SB 1660 Wentworth, Creation of the Travis-Creedmoor MUD
SB 1661 Wentworth, Creation of the Goforth Special Utility District
SB 1743 Eltife, Red River Redevelopment Authority
SB 1893 Lucio, Southmost Regional Water
SB 1942 Deuell, Creation of the Gastonia-Scurry Special Utility District
SB 1945 Ellis, Creation of the Spectrum Management District
SB 1946 Nichols, Creation of the Hardin Store Road MUD #1 of Montgomery County
SB 1950 Duncan, Tri-County Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1954 Hegar, Creation of the Waller County MUD #2
SB 1955 Hegar, Creation of the Waller County MUD #3
SB 1957 Estes, Mustang Special Utility District
SB 1960 Hegar, Creation of the Lamar Improvement District
SB 1961 Hegar, Creation of the Willow Creek MUD
SB 1963 Nichols, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #113
SB 1964 Nichols, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #114
SB 1965 Nichols, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #121
SB 1966 Nichols, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #123
SB 1967 Nichols, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #124
SB 1968 Hegar, Creation of the Lavaca County Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1969 Hegar, Creation of the Las Damas Management District
SB 1971 Fraser, Creation of the Burnet County Water Control District
SB 1974 Whitmire, Harris County MUD #473
SB 1975 Ellis, Creation of the International Management District
SB 1977 Janek, Creation of the Fort Bend County MUD #189
SB 1978 Janek, Fort Bend County Levee Improvement District #19
SB 1981 Hegar, Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District
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2015/067-3053 SB 1932 Wentworth, Creation of the York Valley MUD
SB 1983 Estes, Creation of the Upper Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1984 Ellis, Creation of the Spectrum Management District
SB 1985 Averitt, Creation of the McLennan County Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1986 Hegar, Cinco Southwest MUD #1
SB 1987 Hegar, Cinco Southwest MUD #2
SB 1988 Hegar, Cinco Southwest MUD #3
SB 1989 Hegar, Cinco Southwest MUD #4
SB 1990 Hegar, Creation of the Summit on San Antonio Bay MUD #1
SB 1991 Hegar, Fort Bend County MUD #58
SB 1992 Hegar, Creation of the Fort Bend MUD #190
SB 1993 Nichols, Lake View Management and Development District
SB 1994 Deuell, Las Lomas MUD #4 Kaufman County
SB 1997 Jackson, Creation of the Galveston County MUD #65
SB 1998 Jackson, Creation of the Harris County MUD #509
SB 1999 Jackson, Creation of the NASA Area Management District
SB 2002 Estes, Creation of the Rolling V. Ranch Water Control and Improvement District #1 of Wise County
SB 2003 Estes, Creation of King's Crossing MUD of Grayson County
SB 2004 Estes, Creation of the Denton County MUD #7
SB 2007 Hinojosa, Creation of the Heart's Delight Groundwater Conservation District
SB 2008 Wentworth, Creation of the Comal County Special Improvement District #1
SB 2010 Estes, Creation of the Fort Griffin Special Utility District
SB 2011 Estes, Creation of the Morning Star Ranch MUDs #1 and 2 of Parker County
SB 2014 Creation of the Magnolia Woods MUD #1 of Montgomery, Waller, and Grimes Counties
SB 2020 Creation of the Randall County MUD #1
SB 2021 Wentworth, Creation of the Southern Travis Utility District
SB 2022 Williams, Town Center Improvement District of Montgomery County
SB 2026 Wentworth, Creation of the True Ranch MUD #1
SB 2029 Zaffrini, Election of the San Patricio County Groundwater Conservation District
SB 2032 Ellis, Harris County Improvement District #6
SB 2038 Averitt, Creation of the Tablerock Groundwater Conservation District
SB 2042 Watson, New Sweden MUD #1
SB 2043 Watson, New Sweden MUD #2
SB 2044 Gallegos, Creation of the Harris County Improvement District #9
SB 2045 Estes, Creation of the Gunter MUD #2
SB 2046 Estes, Creation of the Gunter MUD #1
SB 2050 Ellis, Greater Southeast Management District
SB 2052 Northern Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
SB 2054 Deuell, Parker Creek MUD of Rockwall County
SB 2055 Ellis, Harris County MUD #10
SB 2056 Jackson, Creation of the Galveston Grand Beach MUD
SB 2058 Wentworth, Cow Creek Groundwater Conservation District
Letters which cannot be matched to a specific Senate Bill
Enrolled bill memorandum files:
HB 2-HB 522
HB 530-HB 1100
HB 1111-HB 1151
HB 1560-HB 1995
HB 2002-HB 2492
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2015/067-3054 HB 2498-HB 2992
HB 2994-HB 3672
HB 3674-HB 4139
SCR 1-SCR 90
HCR 1-HCR 288
SB 3-SB 453
SB 456-SB 924
SB 932-SB 1470
SB 1483-SB 2054
Signature files:
HB 1-HB 662
HB 674-HB 1381
HB 1382-HB 2034
HB 2042-HB 2626
HB 2627-HB 3309
HB 3314-HB 4070
HB 4072-HB 4139, SB 3-SB 382
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2015/067-3055 SB 387-SB 883
SB 884-SB 1536
SB 1540-SB 2054
SCR 1-SCR 90, HCR 1-HCR 103
HCR 104-HCR 288
TCEQ bill files:
HB 4092 Miles, Creation of the Harris County Improvement District #8
HB 4093 Otto, Creation of the Chambers-Liberty Counties Improvement District
HB 4095 Brown, Betty; Creation of the Gastonia-Scurry Special Utility District
HB 4096 Phillips, Creation of the King's Crossing MUD of Grayson County
HB 4097 Phillips, Creation of the Gunter MUD #2
HB 4098 Phillips, Creation of the Gunter MUD #1
HB 4099 Phillips, Creation of the Preston Summit MUD #1 of Grayson County
HB 4100 Creation of the Canyon Falls Water Control and Improvement District #1 of Denton County
HB 4101 Parker, Talley Ranch Water Control and Improvement District #1 of Denton County
HB 4102 Parker, Creation of Canyon Falls Water Control and Improvement District #1 of Denton County
HB 4103 Eissler, Town Center Improvement District of Montgomery County/Impose Taxes
HB 4104 Eissler, Montgomery County MUD #112
HB 4109 Eissler, Town Center Improvement District of Montgomery County
HB 4110 Coleman, Creation of the Harris County Improvement District #9
HB 4111 Smithee, Creation of the Randall County MUD #1
HB 1112 Creation of the Bolivar Yacht Basin Water Control and Improvement District #1 of Galveston County
HB 1113 Cohen, Buffalo Bayou Management District
HB 4114 O'Day, Brazoria County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 4115 Phillips, Creation of the Sangani Ranch MUD #1 of Grayson County
HB 4116 Phillips, Creation of the Kimberlin Ranch MUD #1 of Grayson County
HB 4117 Garcia, Creation of the Lamar Improvement District
HB 4118 Phillips, Creation of the Kimberlin Ranch MUD #2 of Grayson County
HB 4119 Phillips, Creation of the Kimberlin Ranch MUD #3 of Grayson County
HB 4120 Phillips, Creation of the Sangani Ranch MUD #2 of Grayson County
HB 4121 Phillips, Creation of the Sangani Ranch MUD #3 of Grayson County
HB 4122 Parker, Creation of the East Denton County Water Control and Improvement District #1
HB 4123 Miles, Greater Southeast Management District
HB 4124 Garcia, Creation of the Calhoun County MUD #1
HB 4127 Puente, Creation of the Special Travis Southern Utility District
HB 4128 Garcia, Election of directors of the San Patricio County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 4131 Strama, New Sweden MUD #2
HB 4132 Strama, New Sweden MUD #1
HB 4134 Miles, Creation of the Harris County Improvement District #10
HB 4137 King, Tracy; Medina County Freshwater Supply District #1
HB 4138 Pierson, Creation of the Lakes Municipal Utility and Management District of Tarrant County
HB 0475 Hopson, Creation of the Panola County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 0479 Flores, Succession of the La Joya Water Supply Corporation by La Joya Special Utility District
HB 0599 Brown, Betty; Creation of the Fairfield MUD of Kaufman County
HB 1020 Toureilles, Bee Groundwater Conservation District
HB 1127 Creighton, Issuance of bonds by conservation and reclamation districts in Montgomery County
HB 1231 Otto, Creation of the Liberty County Municipal District #5
HB 1283 Gallego, Culberson Groundwater Conservation District
HB 1329 Heflin, Salt Fork Water Quality District
HB 1376 Collingsworth, County Underground Water Conservation District
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2015/067-3056 HB 1401 Dutton, Harris County MUD #402
HB 1441 Parker, Creation of the Denton County MUD #7
HB 1498 Hopson, Creation of the Panola County Groundwater District Conservation District
HB 1548 Laubenberg, Collin County MUD #1
HB 1565 Puente, Bexar Metropolitan Water District
HB 1573 Keffer, Creation of Fort Griffin Special Utility District
HB 1591 Rose, Hays Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
HB 1694 Bailey, Airline Improvement District in Harris County
HB 1854 Zerwas, Fort Bend County MUD #182
HB 1855 Zerwas, Creation of the Fulshear MUD #1 of Fort Bend
HB 1856 Zerwas, Creation of the MUD #1
HB 1918 Rodriguez, Creation of the Travis-Creedmoor Utility District
HB 2072 Guillen, Starr County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 2159 McReynolds, Creation of the San Jacinto Special Utility District
HB 2315 Rose, Creation of the Goforth Special Utility District
HB 2366 McReynolds, Creation of the Somerset MUD #1
HB 2367 McReynolds, Creation of the Somerset MUD #2
HB 2368 Morrison, Composition of the board of navigation and canal commissioners of the Victoria County Navigation District
HB 2384 Lucio, Creation of Los Fresnos MUD #2 of Cameron County
HB 2442 Laubengerg, Collin County MUD #1
HB 2444 Olivera, Southmost Regional Water Authority
HB 2523 Parker, Denton County MUD #6 - divide into two districts
HB 2531 Olivo, Creation of the Fort Bend County MUD #183
HB 2734 Gattis, Creation of the Williamson-Liberty Hill MUD
HB 2743 Brown, Betty; Kaufman County MUD #2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7
HB 2782 Otto, Creation of the Liberty County Municipal District #5
HB 3011 Smith, Wayne; Creation of Ship Channel Security districts by populous counties
HB 3028 Frost, Red River Redevelopment Authority
HB 3113 Cook, Transfer of the Texas State Railroad to and the creation of the Texas State Railroad Authority
HB Smith, Wayne; Chambers County-Cedar Bayou Navigation District
HB 3182 Parker, Creation of the Tradition MUD #2 of Denton County
HB 3434 Flores, Rio Grande Regional Water Authority
HB 3572 Rose, Barton Springs-Edwards Aquifer Conservation District
HB 3634 Geshotel, Jefferson County Waterway and Navigation District
HB 3719 Krusee, Creation of a Transportation Infrastructure Services District
HB 3882 Harper-Brown, Dallas County Utility and Reclamation District
HB 3979 Laubengerg, Creation of the McKinney Municipal Districts #1 and 2
HB 3980 Eiland, Galveston County MUD #67
HB 3981 Eissler, Creation of Hardin Store Road MUD #1 of Montgomery County
HB 3982 Dutton, Creation of the Harris County MUD #494
HB 3984 Phillips, Double Platinum Water Control and Improvement
HB 3985 Hardcastle, Tri-County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3986 Dunnam, Creation of the McLennan County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3987 Deshotel, Port Arthur Navigation District - board commissioners compensation
HB 3988 Murphy, Creation of the Harris County MUD #438
HB 3989 Murphy, Creation of the Harris County MUD #437
HB 3990 Aycock, Creation of Burnet County Water Control and Improvement District #1
HB 3991 King, Creation of the Rolling V. Ranch Water Control and Improvement District #1 of Wise County
HB 3994 King, Creation of the Morning Star Ranch MUDs #1 and #2 of Parker County
HB 3995 Chisum, Colingsworth County Underground Water Conservation District
HB 3998 Creighton, Creation of the Southeast Montgomery County MUD #1
HB 3999 Creighton, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #113
HB 4000 Creighton, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #114
HB 4001 Creighton, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #121
HB 4002 Creighton, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #123
HB 4003 Creighton, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #124
HB 4004 Vo, Creation of the International Management District
HB 4005 Brown, Fred; Creation of the Research Valley Innovation District
HB 4006 Olivo, Creation of the Booth Ranch MUD of Fort Bend County
HB 4009 Hilderbran, Emerald Underground Water Conservation District
HB 4010 Creation of the Cade Ranch Water Control and Improvement District #1 of Galveston County
HB 4011 Laubenberg, Creation of the Collin County Fresh Water Supply District #2
HB 4012 Olivo, Creation of the Fort Bend County MUD #189
HB 4013 Allen, Creation of the Spectrum Management District
HB 4014 Otto, Creation of the Plum Creek Water Control and Improvement District #1 of Liberty, Montgomery, and Harris Counties
HB 4015 East County Montgomery Improvement District
HB 4016 Smith, Wayne; Creation of the Harris County MUD #508
HB 4017 Smith, Wayne; Creation of the Harris County MUD #510
HB 4018 Van Arsdale, Harris County MUD #416
HB 4019 Zerwas, Cinco Southwest MUD #4
HB 4020 Zerwas, Cinco Southwest MUD #2
HB 4021 Zerwas, Cinco Southwest MUD #3
HB 4022 Zerwas, Fort Bend County Municipal District #158
HB 4023 Zerwas, Cinco Southwest MUD #1
HB 4024 Zerwas, Creation of the Fort Bend MUD #190
HB 2025 Zerwas, Creation of the Waller County Municipal Utility #2
HB 4026 Zerwas, Creation of the Willow Creek MUD
HB 4027 Zerwas, Creation of the Waller County MUD #3
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2015/067-3057 HB 4028 Geren, Creation of the Northern Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
HB 4029 Morrison, Creation of the Lavaca County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 4031 Bonnen, Creation of the Brazoria County MUD #62
HB 4032 Creation of the Colorado County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 4033 Laubenberg, Ledbetter Utility District #1 of Kaufman and Rockwall Counties
HB 4034 Laubenberg, Creation of Ledbetter MUD #2 of Kaufman and Rockwall Counties
HB 4038 Creation of Harris County MUD #473
HB 4041 Rose, Sunfield MUD #3
HB 4042 Rose, Sunfield MUD #4
HB 4043 Rose, Sunfield MUD #1
HB 4044 by Parker, Mustang Special Utility District
HB 4045 Callegari, Creation of the Town Lake Management District
HB 4046 Eissler, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #104
HB 4049 King, Phil; Creation of the Parker County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 4050 King, Phil; Creation of the Wise County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 4051 King, Phil; Creation of the Parker-Wise Groundwater Conservation District
HB 4052 King, Phil; Creation of the Upper Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
HB 4053 Eiland, Creation of the Galveston East End Management District
HB 4054 Paxton, Creation the Stover Creek MUD
HB 4055 Kuempel, Creation of the York Valley MUD
HB 4056 Rose, Creation of Hays County MUD #6
HB 4057 Solomons, Denton County Levee Improvement District #1 of Denton and Dallas Counties
HB 4058 Olivo, Fort Bend County Levee District #19
HB 4059 Parker, Commissioners Court of Denton County
HB 4060 Parker, Creation of the Four Seasons Ranch MUD #1 of Denton and Grayson Counties
HB 4061 Parker, Creation of the Denton County MUD #7
HB 4064 Cook, Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District
HB 4066 Davis, Creation of NASA Area Management District
HB 4067 King, Tracy; Zavala-Dimmit Counties Water Improvement District #1
HB 4069 Phillips, Creation of the Platinum Ranch Utility District #1 of Grayson County
HB 4070 Eiland, Creation of the Galveston County MUD #5
HB 4072 Grattis, Creation of the 3 B&J MUD
HB 4073 Eissler, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #103
HB 4074 Eissler, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #102
HB 4075 Eissler, Creation of the Magnolia Woods MUD #1 of Montgomery, Waller, and Grimes Counties
HB 4076 Hilderbran, Lipan-Kickapoo Water Conservation District
HB 4077 McClendon, Creation of the East San Antonio Development District
HB 4078 Dutton, Harris County Municipal District #402
HB 4079 Eissler, Creation of the Municipal County MUD #119
HB 4081 O'Day, Creation of the Sedona Lake MUD #1 of Brazoria County
HB 4083 Eissler, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #117
HB 40844 Eissler, Creation of the Montgomery County MUD #120
HB 4085 Laubenberg, Creation of the Triple Creek Management District
HB 4086 Creation of the Heart's Delight Groundwater Conservation District
HB 4088 Rose, Plum Conservation District
HB 4089 Garcia, Aransas County Navigation District #1
HB 4090 Coleman, Creation of the Glenbrook Valley Neighborhood Preservation and Improvement District
HB 4091 Coleman, Harris County Improvement #6
81th Session, 2009
TCEQ bill files:
Letters of transmittal, HB 388, HB 393, HB 592, HB 593 and HB 753
Bill file, HB 894
Bill files, HB 1082 and SB 715
Bill files, HB 1089, HB 1090, HB 1111-HB 1113, HB 1134, HB 1178 and HB 1252
Letter of transmittal, HB 1300
Bill files, HB 1300, HB 1367-HB 1368, HB 1456, HB 1475 and HB 4210 (duplicates)
Letter of transmittal, HB 1518
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2015/067-3058 Bill file, HB 1596, HB 1597-HB 1601
Letters of transmittal, HB 1640 and HB 1683
Bill files, HB 1691, HB 1713, HB 1946-HB 1947
Letters of transmittal, HB 2021
Bill files, HB 2022, HB 2035, HB 2102, HB 2123, HB 2124, HB 2176
Letters of transmittal, HB 2177-HB 2179
Bill file, HB 2231
Letter of transmittal, HB 2340
Letter of transmittal, HB 2484, HB 2602, HB 2620
Bill file, HB 2666 and SB 913
Letter of transmittal, HB 2668
Letters of transmittal, HB 2668, HB 2861, HB 2906, HB 3223, HB 3521, HB 3722, HB 3990, HB 4104 and HB 4210
Letters of transmittal, HB 4225, HB 4226 and HB 4316, 2009
Letter of transmittal, HB 4463
Letter of transmittal, HB 4478
Letter of transmittal, HB 4479
[2 folders]
Letter of transmittal, HB 4500
Letters of transmittals, HB 4698, HB 4699, HB 4701
Letters of transmittal, HB 4702, HB 4703
Letters of transmittal, HB 4705, HB 4706, HB 4710
Letter of transmittal, HB 4711
[2 folders]
Letters of transmittal, HB 4712-HB 4716, HB 4321
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2015/067-3059 Bill file, HB 4717
Letter of transmittal, HB 4718
Bill file, HB 4719
Letter of transmittal, HB 4720
Letter of transmittal, HB 4721
Bill files, HB 4788, HB 4722
Bill file and letter of transmittal, HB 4723
Bill file, HB 4725-HB 4727
Letter of transmittal, HB 4728
Letter of transmittal, HB 4724
Bill file, HB 4729, HB 4731
Letter of transmittal, HB 4732
Bill files, HB 4734, SB 2504
Bill files, HB 4735-HB 4739
Bill file, HB 4720
Letters of transmittal, HB 4741, HB 4743
Bill file, HB 4744
Letter of transmittal, HB 4747
Bill file, HB 4748
Bill files, HB 4751-HB 4752
Letter of transmittal, HB 4753
Bill files, HB 4754-HB 4755
Letters of transmittal, HB 4756, HB 4758-HB 4759, HB 4761-HB 4764
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2015/067-3060 Bill files, HB 4757-HB 4759, HB 4761, HB 4763, HB 4764, HB 4748
Letter of transmittal, HB 4768
Bill files, HB 4769-HB 4772
Bill files, HB 4773-HB 4774
Bill file, HB 4775
Letter of transmittal, HB 4776
Bill files, HB 4777-HB 4778
Bill files, HB 4779-HB 4780, HB 4782 and HB 4784
Letter of transmittal, HB 4785
Bill file, HB 4786
Letter of transmittal, HB 4787
Letters of transmittal, HB 4788-HB 4789
Bill files, HB 4790, HB 4792, HB 4795, HB 4797
Bill file, HB 4798-HB 4800
Letter of transmittal, HB 4800
Bill file, HB 4801
Bill files, HB 4802-HB 4803
Letters of transmittal, HB 4804-HB 4805, HB 4807-HB 4809
Bill files, HB 4810-HB 4811
Bill file, HB 4814
Bill file, HB 4817
Letters of transmittal, HB 4823-HB 4824
Bill file, HB 4825
Bill file, HB 4827
Letter of transmittal, HB 4828
Bill file, HB 4829
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2015/067-3061 Bill file, HB 831
Bill files, no match, possibly HB 393, HB 3773 or HB 4823
[3 folders]
Bill file, no match, possibly HB 4703
Bill file, SB 514
Letters of transmittal, SB 588, SB 637, SB 660, SB 715, SB 726, SB 748, SB 749 and SB 799
Bill files, SB 844, SB 848, SB 860, SB 880, SB 914, SB 929 and SB 930
Bill files, SB 931, SB 932, SB 994, SB 1038, SB 1039, SB 1072, SB 1073, SB 1104, SB 1113-6, SB 1204, SB 1209, SB 1295,SB 1222, SB 1223 and SB 1337
Bill files, SB 1464, SB 1483, HB 3335 or SB 1544, SB 1637 and SB 1755
Letters of transmittal, SB 1979, SB 2068, SB 2092, SB 2108, SB 2410, SB 2412, SB 2413, SB 2440, SB 2448 and SB 2453
Letters of transmittal, SB 2456, SB 2457, SB 2460, SB 2461 and SB 2462
Bill files, SB 2462
Letters of transmittal, SB 2464, SB 2466, SB 2467, SB 2470, SB 2471 and SB 2473
Letters of transmittal, SB 2473-SB 2475, SB 2478-SB 2480, SB 2483, SB 2485, SB 2486, SB 2489 and SB 2495
Letters of transmittal, SB 2497, SB 2487, SB 2488, SB 2498 and SB 2501-SB 2504
Letters of transmittal, SB 2507-SB 2512, SB 2514 and SB 2515
Bill files, SB 2518-SB 2519
Letters of transmittal, SB 2520-SB 2522 and SB 2524
Letters of transmittal, SB 2525-SB 2526, SB 2528-SB 2529 and SB 2531-SB 2533
Letters of transmittal, SB 2535-SB 2537 and SB 2540-SB 2545
Letters of transmittal, SB 2546-SB 2550, SB 2560
Bill file, SB 2561
Letters of transmittal, SB 2562, SB 2564, SB 2569, SB 2570, SB 2579 and SB 2586
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2015/067-3062 82th Legislature, 2011
TCEQ bill files:
HB 84 Flynn, Relating to the creation of the Hunt County MUD #1, providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds, granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 315 Flynn, Relating to the creation of Hunt County MUD #1, providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds, granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 403 Quintanilla, Relating to voter eligibility and registration in El Paso County Water Improvement District #1
HB 404 Quintanilla, Relating to voter eligibility and registration in El Paso County Water Improvement District #1
HB 425 Driver, Rowlett Downtown Management District, providing authority to impose a tax, levy an assessment, and issue bonds
HB 426 Driver, Relating to the creation of Rowlett Pecan Grove Management District, providing a tax, levy an assessment, and issue bonds
HB 426 Driver, Relating to the creation of the Rowlett Pecan Grove Management District; providing authority to impose a tax, levy an assessment, and issue bonds
HB 427 Driver, Relating to the creation of the Rowlett Pecan Grove Management District providing authority to impose a tax, levy an assessment, and issue bonds
HB 534 Phillips, Relating to the powers and duties of the Gunter MUDs #1 and 2
HB Aycock, Relating to the power of the Bell County Water Control and Improvement District Control and Improvement #1 issue bonds
HB 648 Menendez, Relating to the appointment of a conservator for and authorizing the dissolution of the Bexar Metropolitan Water District
HB 709 Fletcher, Relating to the creation of the Harris County Municipal District #524; providing authority to impose a tax and issue; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 737 Otto, Relating to the East Montgomery County Improvement District; imposing a tax
HB 801 Anderson, Charles "Doc" Beck; Relating to the territory and dissolution of the Southern Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
HB 863 Christian, Relating to the creation of the Timber Springs Municipal Management District; providing authority to impose to a tax, levy an assessment, and issue bonds
HB Smith, Wayne; Relating to the creation of the Harris County MUD #528; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 894 Howard, Charlie; Relating to the composition of the board of directors of the Gulf Coast Water Authority
HB 895 Howard, Charlie; Relating to certain project powers and duties of the Fort Bend County Levee Improvement District #7
HB 960 Turner, Relating to the powers of the Central Harris County Regional Water Authority
HB 1007 Larson, Relating to the appointment of a conservator for and authorizing the dissolution of the Bexar Metropolitan Water District
HB 1012 Lavender, Relating to the name and powers of the Red River Redevelopment Authority
HB 1060 Kleinschmidt, Relating to the deannexation of land in Bastrop County by the Barton Springs-Edwards Aquifer Conservation District
HB 1086 Miller, Doug; Relating to water districts in Bandera County
HB 1119 Weber, Relating to the maintenance tax rate of the Brazoria County Conservation and Reclamation District Number Three
HB1120 Weber, Relating to the dissolution of Country Place Management District
HB 1177 Gallego, Relating to the election of members of the board of directors of the Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District
HB 1251 Deshotel, Relating to the election of the members of the Board of Port Commissioners of the Port Arthur Navigation District of Jefferson County
HB 1281 Workman, Relating to the changes in a single-member district boundaries of the Barton Springs-Edwards Aquifer Conservation District
HB 1383 Quintanilla, Relating to the territory of the El Paso County Water Control and Improvement District #4
HB 1464 Quintanilla, Relating to voter eligibility and registration in El Paso County Water Improvement District #1
HB 1524 Phillips, Relating to the Case Creek MUD #1 of Grayson County; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 1525 Alvarado, Relating to the board of directors of the Greater East End Management District
HB 1551 Aycock, Relating to the power of the Bell County Water Control and Improvement District #1 to issue bonds
HB 1531 Alonzo, Relating to the North Oak Cliff Municipal Management District
HB 1710 Dukes, Relating to the creation of the Rio de Vida Planning and Improvement District #1; providing authority to levy an assessment impose a tax and issue bonds
HB 1752 Larson, Relating to the appointment of a conservator for and authorizing the dissolution for and authorizing the dissolution of the Bexar Metropolitan Water District
HB 1756 Rodriguez, Eddie; Relating to the creation of the Pilot Knob Management District; providing authority impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 1757 Rodriguez, Eddie; Relating to the creation of the Pilot Knob MUD No.1; providing authority to impose a tax and issues bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 1758 Rodriguez, Eddie; Relating to the creation of the Pilot Knob MUD #3; providing authority to impose tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 1759 Rodriguez, Eddie; Relating to the creation of the Pilot Knob MUD #4; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 1760 Rodriguez, Eddie; Relating to the creation of the Pilot Knob MUD #5; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds
HB 1788 Howard, Charlie; Relating to the transfer of the assets of and the dissolution of the Fort Bend County Water Control and Improvement District #1
HB 1819 Thompson, Relating to the Aldine Improvement District; providing authority to impose a tax
HB 1832 Ritter, Relating to the law governing the Lower Neches Valley Authority; providing authority to issue bonds
HB Schwertner, Relating to the powers and duties of the Williamson-Liberty Hill MUD
HB 1944 Hilderbran, Relating to the election of the board of directors of the Crockett County Water Control and Improvement District
HB 1945 Hilderbran, Relating to the election of directors of the Real-Edwards Conservation and Reclamation District
HB 2145 Garza, Relating to Bexar Metropolitan Water District
HB 2162 Kuempel, Relating to the power of the Cibolo Creek Municipal Authority to issue bonds
HB 2182 Isaac, Relating to the Ranch at Clear Fork Creek MUD #2; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 2183 Isaac, Relating to the Ranch at Clear Fork Creek MUD #1; providing an authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 2238 Creighton, Relating to the powers and duties of the Montgomery County MUD #112
HB 2283 Menendez, Relating to the board of directors of the Bexar Metropolitan Water District
HB 2296 Ritter, Relating to the creation of Jefferson County Management District #1; providing authority to impose an assessment, impose a tax and issue bonds
HB 2360 Relating to the creation of the Corn Hill Regional Water Authority; providing authority to issue bonds
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2015/067-3063 HB 2363 Flynn, Relating to the creation of the Bearpen Creek MUD of Hunt County; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 2418 Callegari, Relating to the territory, board of directors, and powers of the North Harris County Regional Water Authority
HB 2521 Sheffield, Relating to the Bell County; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 2670 Miles, Relating to validating certain acts and proceedings of Harris County Improvement District #5 and the boundaries of the district
HB 2772 Bohac, Relating to Spring Branch Area Improvement District
HB 2792 Hunter, Relating to the power of Aransas County Navigation District to determine the amount of a check or bond necessary to purchase land from the district
HB 2794 Hunter, Relating to the creation of the Calhoun County Groundwater Conservation District
HB 2859 Gallego, Relating to the creation of the Terrell County Groundwater Conservation District; providing authority to impose tax and issue bonds
HB 2893 Isaac, Relating to the Ranch at Clear Fork Creek MUD #1; providing to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 2942 Workman, Relating to the creation and financing of the Lakeway Regional Medical Center Defined Area in Travis County Water Control and Improvement District #17; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds
HB 3089 Relating to the powers and duties of the Harris County Fresh Water Supply District #48
HB 3321 Hunter, Relating to the name, organization, and powers of the Port of Corpus Christi Authority of Nueces County, Texas
HB 3592 Howard, Donna, Relating to the Lower Colorado River Authority
HB 3621 Bonnen, Relating to the Gulf Coast Water Authority
HB 3743 Workman, Relating to the rights, powers, functions, and duties of the West Travis County Municipal District #5
HB 3803 Phillips; Relating to the creation of the Cottonwood MUD #2 of Grayson County; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 3804 Gallego, Relating to the creation of the Lajitas Utility District #1 of Brewster County; providing authority to impose taxes and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 3805 Morrison, Relating to the director elections and powers of the Texana Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3810 Fletcher, Relating to the creation of Harris County Improvement District #22; providing authority to levy an assessment, impose a tax and issue bonds
HB 3813 Isaac, Relating to the Hudson Ranch Fresh Water Supply District #1
HB 3814 Rodriguez, Eddie; Relating to certain financial powers and duties of the Travis-Creedmoor Municipal District
HB 3818 Geren, Relating to a limitation on production fees on groundwater withdrawals assessed by the Northern Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3819 Crownover, Relating to the construction of the Valencia Municipal Management District #1; providing an authority to levy an assessment and issue bonds
HB 3821 Eiland, Relating to the temporary directors and the continuation in existence of the Bolivar Yacht Basin Water Control and Improvement District #1 of Galveston County
HB 3824 Eiland, Relating to the board of directors of the Cedar Bayou Navigation District
HB 3826 Relating to the board of directors of the Cedar Bayou Navigation District
HB 3827 Zerwas, Relating to the creation of the Fulshear Town Center Management District; providing authority to impose an assessment, impose a tax, and issue bonds
HB 3828 Hochberg, Relating to the creation of the Gulfton Area Municipal Management District; providing authority to impose a tax, levy an assessment, and issue bonds
HB 3830 Harless, Relating to the creation of the Vintage Municipal Management District; providing authority to impose a tax, levy assessment, and issue bonds
HB 3831 Marquez, Relating to the creation of the Monticillo Municipal Management District #1; providing authority to levy an assessment, impose a tax, and issue bonds
HB 3832 Isaac, Relating to the Hays County Development District #1
HB 3834 Zerwas, Relating to the creation of the North Fort Bend County Improvement District #1; providing authority to levy an assessment, impose a tax, and issue bonds
HB 3836 Pitts, Relating to the creation of the Windsor Hills Municipal Management District #1; providing authority to levy an assessment and issue bonds
HB 3840 Parker, Relating to the extension of the deadline for holding the confirmation and election of the directors' election of the Tradition MUD #2 of Denton County
HB 3842 Callegari, Relating to the creation of the Bridgeland Management District; providing authority to levy an assessment, impose a tax and issue bonds
HB 3843 Thompson, Relating to excluding certain territory from the Harris County Road Improvement District #2
HB 3845 Sheffield, Relating to the power of the CLL MUD #1; providing authority to levy an assessment, impose a tax, and issue bonds
HB 3846 Laubenberg, Relating to the creation of the Mustang Ranch Municipal Management #1; providing authority to levy an assessment and issue bonds
HB 3847 Lavender, Relating to the Riverbend Water Resources District
HB 3848 Gooden, Relating to compensation for services and reimbursement for expenses of a member of the board of directors of the Lake View Management and Development District
HB 3849 Taylor, Larry; Relating to the powers and duties of the Galveston County MUD #6
HB 3852 Pitts, Relating to the creation of the Midlothian Municipal Management District #2; providing authority to impose a tax, levy an assessment, and issue bonds
HB 3854 Paxton, Relating to the creation of the Prosper Municipal Management District #2; providing authority to impose a tax, levy an assessment, and issue bonds
HB 3855 Garza, Relating to the Bexar Metropolitan Water District
HB 3857 Dutton, Relating to the creation of the Near Northside Management District; providing authority to impose a tax, levy an assessment, and issue bonds
HB 3859 Laubenberg, Relating to the creation of the Club Municipal Management District #1; providing authority to levy an assessment and issue bonds
HB 3860 Olivera, Relating to the creation of the Port Isabel Improvement District #1; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 3861 Craddick, Relating to the creation of the Midland County Utility District; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
HB 3862 Smith, Wayne; Relating to temporary directors and the continuation in existence of the Harris County MUD #510
HB 3864 Gooden, Relating to the Lazy W District #1; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; and granting a limited power a limited power of eminent domain
HB 3865 Isaac, Relating to the Hays Trinity Groundwater Conservation District
HB 3866 Miller, Doug; Relating to the date for the election of directors of the Hill Country Underground Water Conservation District
SB 233 Deuell, Relating to the creation of the Rowlett Pecan Grove Management District; providing authority to impose a tax; levy an assessment and issue bonds
SB 234 Relating to the creation of the Rowlett Downtown Management District; providing authority to impose a tax, levy an assessment and issue bonds
SB 235 Deuell, Relating to the creation of the Rowlett Waterfront Entertainment Management District; providing authority to impose a tax, levy an assessment and issue bonds
SB 236 Deuell, Relating to the creation of the Hunt County MUD #1; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
SB 352, Williams Relating to the creation of the Harris County MUD #528; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
SB 397, Williams Relating to East Montgomery County Improvement District; imposing a tax
SB 475, Patrick Relating to the creation of the Harris County MUD #524; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
SB 786, Relating to creation of the Rio de Vida Planning and Improvement District #1; providing authority to levy an assessment, impose a tax, and issue bonds
SB 813, Gallegos Relating to the creation of the Harris County Municipal District #528; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
SB 926, Watson Relating to the creation of the Pilot Knob MUD #1; providing an authority to impose a tax and issue bonds
SB 927, Watson Relating to the creation of the Pilot Knob MUD #2; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
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2015/067-3064 SB 928, Relating to the creation of the Pilot Knob MUD #3; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
SB 929, Watson Relating to the creation of the Pilot Knob Municipal Authority District #4; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
SB 930, Relating to the creation of the Pilot Knob MUD #5; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
SB 956, Seliger Relating to the Northern Dallam County Groundwater Conservation District; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds
SB 1184, Nichols Relating to the Timber Springs Municipal Management District; providing authority to impose a tax, levy an assessment, and issue bonds
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2015/067-3065 SB 1290, Hegar Relating to the creation of the Calhoun County Groundwater Conservation District
SB 1491, Uresti Relating to the creation of the Terrell County Groundwater Conservation; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds
SB 1888, Hegar Relating to the creation of the Fulshear Town Center Management District; providing authority to impose an assessment, impose a tax, and issue bonds
SB 1890, Rodriguez Relating to the creation of the Monticello Municipal Management District #1; providing authority to levy an assessment, impose a tax, and issue bonds
SB 1891, Hegar Relating to the creation of the North Fort Bend County Improvement District #1; providing authority to levy an assessment, impose a tax, and issue bonds
SB 1897, Patrick Relating to the creation of the Vintage Municipal Management District; providing authority to impose a tax, levy an assessment, and issue bonds
SB 1911, Zaffirini Relating to the Webb County Municipal Management District; providing authority to impose a tax, levy an assessment, and issue bonds
SB 1913, Watson Relating to the creation of the Southeast Travis County Municipal Utility #1; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
SB 1914, Watson Relating to the creation of the Southeast Travis County MUD #2; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
SB 1915, Watson Relating to the creation of the Southeast Travis County MUD #3; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
SB 1916, Watson Relating to the creation of the Southeast Travis County MUD #4; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain
NAR (probably No Action Required) files per B. (Brent) Novosad
[10 folders]
[Brent Novosad was the systems administrator of the Information Technology division of the Governor's Office.]
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 Governor's awards, March 7-May 5, 2008
[This folder consists of lists of awards given by Governor Dolph Briscoe, 1978-1979.]
Budget execution proposals, 2014
Executive orders, 2001-2015
Flags files (pertaining to events causing the Capitol flag to be lowered), 2001-2015
Governor's messages and proclamations, 2001-2015
Greg's legislative folder, 2001-2011
EBM system folder, 2003-2015



Deputy Chief of Staff Kathy Walt's files, 2005-2012,
124 MB (289 files)

Executive Office staff provided support services to Governor Rick Perry as he carried out his duties as governor. Records are the files of Kathy Walt (deputy chief of staff for Governor Rick Perry from 2007 to 2012) and contain a PIR (Public Information Act request) log, memoranda, correspondence, weekly reports and related records, dated 2005-2012. Topics include hurricane responses, various Border Governors' Conferences, and the Governor Competitive Council.
Formats of the original electronic files include word processing or plain text files (.doc, .pdf, and txt.), spreadsheets (xls.), photographs and graphic images (.tif), slide presentations (.ppt), and web pages (.htm). Digital files presented for public use will generally be PDF for text documents and .jpg for images. Files in their original format are available on request, restrictions may apply.
Arrangement
The records were arranged by topic.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Technical Requirements
Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Kathy Walt's files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Executive Office records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 Agency PIRS for March 2012
Border Governor's conference, 2006, 2008-2009-2011
Governor Competitive Council, December 23, 2006-April 4, 2007
Hurricanes:
Ike, September 22, 2008-October 27, 2011
Katrina, September 1-October 21, 2005
Rita, 2005-2008



Senior Special Projects Advisor Cecile Young's files, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2008
14.4 MB (6 files)

Executive Office staff provided support services to Governor Rick Perry as he carried out his duties as governor. Cecile Young was the senior special projects advisor for Governor Rick Perry from September 2013 to January 2015. Records consist of a publications, plan, memorandum and related records dated 2001, 2003, 2006 and 2008. Topics include disaster response, physical fitness, and children's health insurance. Electronic formats are word processing files (.doc and .pdf).
Arrangement
The records were arranged by topic.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Technical Requirements
Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Cecile Young's files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Executive Office records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program) options, May 20, 2003
Disaster declaration – Rita, April 12, 2006
Fitness approval chart, August 7, 2001
Promises made-promises kept, August 28, 2003
Responses to cost savings, March 8, 2006
Texas Rebounds, September 17, 2008



Subject files, 2001-2004,
44.4 MB (116 files)

Executive Office staff provided support services to Governor Rick Perry as he carried out his duties as governor. Records are subject files created and/or maintained by staff members who worked in the Executive Division of the Governor's Office during the tenure of Rick Perry. The files contain correspondence, digital images, press releases, flyers and related records. Creators include staff members such as Madison Mauze (Executive Office project manager from January 2000 to July 2004), and non-staff members Paul Carrozza, founder of RunTex. Records are dated 2001-2004. The primary record forms are various awards lists, contact lists and invitations and topics include the Texas Round-up, physical fitness, the Texas Center in the Bon Sauveur Hospital in Caen, France and budget files. Electronic formats are word processing files (.pdfs and .doc), graphic images (.gif and .jpg.), slide presentations, and spreadsheets (.xls). Digital files presented for public use will generally be PDF for text documents and .jpg for images. Files in their original format are available on request, restrictions may apply.
Arrangement
The records were arranged by topic.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Subject files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Executive Office records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, agency memoranda and working papers (Texas Government Code Section 552.111) 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 overall restriction statement for instructions on requesting access through the Texas Attorney General.
Technical Requirements
Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 Award lists:
Award list for Governor Perry, February 26, 2002
Award list for Governor Perry, March 5, 2002
Challenge Awards, April 1, 2004
City Challenge Numbers, April 9, 2004
Budget files:
Budget, February 5, 2004
Debra (Saleny)'s festival budget, February 5, 2004
Budget for expo on January 25, 2004 January 23, 2004
Contact lists and invitations:
Rick and Anita Perry's invitation to breakfast reception to watch the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets march in, September 17, 2004
[2 copies]
Aggie addresses, August 1, 2001
Aggie list for march-in invitees 2002, May 17, 2004
Aggie list, September 23, 2004
Aggie Muster 2003, April 22, 2003
Alphabetized list, January 7, 2004
Camp Perry (Governor's greeting for Texas A&M's Fish Camp), May 24, 2004
Excel list of cities (and their mayors), January 14, 2004
Final contact spreadsheet, October 31, 2003
Rick and Anita Perry's invitation to breakfast reception to watch the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets march in, May 17, 2004
Perry Weber reception invitation on September 26, 2003, September 20, 2003
Perry Weber reception invitees, September 20, 2003
SBC contact list by city (do not call), September 5, 2003
Texas Round-up:
Flyer, December 5, 2003
Sponsor levels, November 10, 2003
SBC White Pages advertisement, December 2, 2003
Bottom three sponsor levels, November 10, 2003
Texas Round-up logo, November 6 and 10, 2003
Letter from Rebecca (last name not specified) at NI (National Instruments) to Madison (last name not specified) at RunTex, November 19, 2003
Internship package for Texas Round-up, December 8, 2003
Kids at the startline of the race with the Governor, April 26, 2004
Lone Star Round-up 3 document, December 3, 2003
Lone Star Round-up presentation, outreach to the Hispanic community, December 31, 2003
Governor's challenge to the Mayors Conference, November 13, 2003
Form letters to Texas mayors regarding the Texas Round-up, January 14, 15, 2003
Flyer for the Texas Round-up from Mesquite, Texas, January 15, 2004
December-January Austin Lawyer's President's Column by Bob Pemberton, October 31, 2003
Photograph of Texas Round-up sign featuring sponsors, April 26, 2004
Photograph of unidentified women in Texas Round-up t-shirts, April 22, 2004
Presenting sponsorship package, December 12, 2003
Photograph of the race start, April 26, 2004
Photograph of the race with the University of Texas tower in the background, April 26, 2004
Photograph of the race with the Texas Capitol in the background, April 26, 2004
Round-up contact list, July, 23, 2004
Round-up logo for website, January 6, 2004
Round-up flyer (final version), October 1, 2003
Round-up Texas sponsor brochure, September 22, 2003
Senior Olympic games, November 13, 2003
Small horizontal logos for the Texas Round-up, November 3, 2003
Sugarland - Texas Round-up, May 5, 2004
Texas Round-up template newsletter article, February 11, 2004
Photograph of the Texas Round-up race, November 4, 2003
Texas Round-up sponsorships, December 23, 2003
Texas Round-up explanatory document, November 10, 2003
Texas Round-up flyer (final version)November 4, 2003
Photograph of sign with logos of Texas Round-up sponsors, April 26, 2004
TM (probably Texas Monthly) advertisement, October 6, 2003
TML (Texas Municipal Leaders) e-mail from the Governor, February 2, 2004
Texas Round-up Outreach Focus Plan, December 1, 2003
Texas Round-up flyer, December 5, 2003
Texas Round-up certificate, April 12, 2004
Volunteer flyer, November 10, 2003
Wynn Talking Points, SBC Yellow Pages, November 26, 2003
Young Lawyers, October 29, 2003
Texas Religious Leaders Round-up, December 8, 2003
Texas Roundup logo (color), November 3, 2003
Final Texas Roundup logo with SBC, November 25, 2003
Final Texas Roundup logo with SBC only, December 16, 2003, March 3, 2004
[2 copies]
Texas Roundup with scaffold, October 10, 2003
Texas Center in the Bon Sauveur Hospital:
Email from John D. Esparza responding to Dr. Thomas M. Hatfield, March 7, 2004
French companies with an interest in Texas, February 13, 2003
René Garrec's letter of December 19, 2003, January 11, 2003
E-mail from Dr. Thomas M. Hatfield, February 7, 2004
E-mail from Dr. Thomas M. Hatfield to Erik (a French lawyer, last name not specified), February 7, 2004
E-mail entitled "situation fluid" from Governor Rick Perry, February 8, 2004
Texas Center in Normandy - questions to be answered, February 25, 2004
Texas companies in France, February 13, 2003
Physical fitness:
Activity levels (news release), November 19, 2003
Battle Dallas flyer, May 6, 2004
Eliminating recess (an e-mail from Todd Webster), October 15, 2003
"Extreme Obesity Among Americans Alarming,"October 15, 2003
HHS (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) award Texas company, December 12, 2003
"Is Obesity a Disease?,"November 10, 2003
Lone Star Stampede, January 27, 2003
Making Texas Bicycle Friendly, April 14, 2004
McAllen, April 1, 2004
NI Health and Wellness presentation, October 2, 2003
Obesity in Texas, November 4, 2003
Other state physical education initiatives, October 29, 2003
Paul Carrozza (founder of RunTex), April 19, 2004
PE (Physical Education) Phasing out of Schools, October 15, 2003
Pfizer DMMtg (Disease Management Meeting), February 2, 2003
Politics and obesity,November 10, 2003
Race route, September 3, 2003
Sports Battle information, September 3, 2003
Surgeon general, November 4, 2003
Texas Diabetes Council logo, February 8, 2004
Tobacco and obesity, March 10, 2004
U.S. Health Overview, October 15, 2003
Other:
Abortion - House information, February 19, 2003
Governor's Call to Congressman Kevin Brady, March 11, 2003
Commissioner Eduardo J. Sanchez, April 16, 2004
Meeting-Mexic-Arte, January 23, 2003
Meeting protocol outline, February 26, 2002
Texas Monthly logo, December 16, 2003
This Week (tasks) document, February 24, 2004



Images, 2001, 2003-2004,
24.1 MB (39 files)

Executive Office staff provided support services to Governor Rick Perry as he carried out his duties as governor. These records were created by unidentified staff members who worked in the Executive Division of the Governor's Office during the tenure of Rick Perry. Records are composed of digital images, dated 2001 and 2003-2004, and divided into two subgroups, logos and photographs. Electronic formats are .jpg, .ai, .gif, .tif, and .eps. The logos appear to be company sponsors, such as Michelob Ultra and RunTex, of events affiliated with the Governor's Office. Many of the logos pertain to the Texas Round-up. The photographs are composed of digital images of Governor Rick Perry or events or individuals related in some way to the Texas Governor's Office. Digital files presented for public use will generally be .jpg for images. Files in their original format are available on request, restrictions may apply.
Arrangement
The records are divided into two groups, logos and photographs.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Technical Requirements
Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Images, Texas Governor Rick Perry Executive Office records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 Logos:
AM1300 - the Zone, March 24, 2004
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, April 12, 2004
HEB white copy, February 6, 2004
St. David's Healthcare Partnership (black and white), February 4, 2004
Home button (blue image of the Texas Capitol), September 4, 2003
Jammin 105.9, March 24, 2004
KASE 101 Today's Country, March 24, 2004
KISS FM 96.7, March 24, 2004
KVETMarch 24, 2004
RunTex Foundation City, February 6, 2004
RunTex Foundation Track, December 16, 2003
SBC logo,October 5, 2003
State Farm Bank, February 6, 2004
Spanish Tech, January 30, 2004
SWG&M (advertising company)December 16, 2003
TXU (energy company), February 4, 2004
Wendy's logo (color), January 12, 2004
Michelob Ultra logo (color), December 10, 2003
Reebok, March 2, 2004
Fleishman logo, December 16, 2003
Photographs:
Anthem with DPS (Texas Department of Public Safety), April 26, 2004
Governor and Mayor Wynn, April 26, 2004
Governor running with kids, April 26, 2004
Guitar with Z102.3 logo, March 24, 2004
Three images of the airplane "Heavy Date,"October 12, November 19, 2001
Kid finishing (race) with cap in back, April 26, 2004
Kids' mile (race)April 26, 2004
Kids running around the Capitol (race), April 26, 2004
Unidentified photograph of the Texas Governor speaking at a podium, April 26, 2004
Two unidentified photographs of individuals in camouflage holding up a dead deer, December 31, 2001
Surgeon General, April 26, 2004
TXDOT high-resolution license plate, April 15, 2004



Executive staff calendars, 2009-2015,
562.5 MB (26 files)

Executive Office staff provided support services to Governor Rick Perry as he carried out his duties as governor. Records are composed of calendars (in .pst. format) of various staff members of Governor Perry's Executive Office, including but not limited to chiefs of staff Ann Bishop, Brandy Marty and Jeff Boyd and deputy chiefs of staff Kris Heckmann, MacGregor Stephenson and Ray Sullivan. Records are dated 2009-2015. The dates given represent the date files were saved. Files in their original format are available on request, restrictions may apply.
Arrangement
The records are in the order in which they were received.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, "special circumstances" aspect of common-law privacy (Texas Government Code, Section 552.101), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552). Refer to overall restriction statement for instructions on requesting access through the Texas Attorney General.
Technical Requirements
Electronic records described in this finding aid are part of the Texas Digital Archive, available online at https://tsl.access.preservica.com/tda/tx-gov-perry/.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Executive staff calendars, Texas Governor Rick Perry Executive Office records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Texas-Digital-Archive
E2015/117 Ann Bishop (chief of staff from November 2012 to February 2013), April 25, 2013
Brandy Marty (chief of staff), September 9, 2013
Cecile Young (senior special projects advisor), January 20, 2015
Chip Roy (aide and chief ghostwriter for Perry's book Fed Up!), January 9, 2013
C. Roy, September 21, 2011
[2 copies]
(Deirdre) Delisi (policy and political advisor and chief of staff from September 2004 to June 2007), January 5, 2009
Dr. Mike McKinney (chief of staff from September 2001 to November 2002), November 19, 2014
Executive, January 21, 2015
Jay (Kimbrough) (chief of staff from October 2008 to June 2009), February 16, 2010
Jeff Boyd (chief of staff), January 18, 2013
Jeff Nelson (executive aide), January 20, 2015
Kathy Walt (deputy chief of staff from September 2013 to January 2015), January 20, 2015
Ken Anderson (director of governmental appointments from 2001 to early 2008), November 19, 2014
Kris Heckmann (deputy chief of staff from 2007 to 2010), May 4, 2010
K. (Kathy) Walt, November 21, 2012
MacGregor Stephenson (deputy chief of staff), January 20, February 6, 2015
Mike Morrissey (deputy chief of staff and senior advisor), January 20, 2015
(Brian) Newby (chief of staff), January 12, 2009
[2 copies]
Ray Sullivan (deputy chief of staff from December 2000 to April 2001 and chief of staff from July 2009 to September 2011), November 19, 2014
Senior staff, November 19, 2014
Teresa Spears (senior advisor to GRP (Governor Rick Perry)), January 20, February 6, 2015
Travis Richmond (associate legislative director and director of special projects), November 26, 2012