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University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Papers

Descriptive Summary

CreatorBentsen, Lloyd
TitleLloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Papers
Dates: 1921-1998
Abstract:Correspondence, printed material, creative works, legal documents, financial documents, minutes, photographic materials, sound recordings, and works of art make up the papers of Senator Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. (1930-1994, bulk 1971-1993). Bentsen and his staff created the bulk of the material during his term as United States Senator from Texas (1971-1993), though the papers also contain records from Bentsen's term as United States Secretary of the Treasury (1993-1994). A limited amount of the material documents Bentsen's career in business and his private life. Few records exist from his term in the United States House of Representatives (1948-1955).
Accession No.AR 88-066; 88-370; 88-395; 89-072; 90-100; 90-287; 91-002; 91-010; 91-028; 91-046; 91-047; 91-135; 91-182; 91-344; 92-043; 92-149; 92-165; 92-359; 93-061; 93-138; 93-162; 93-188; 93-239; 94-269; 94-347; 95-005; 95-017; 95-029; 95-064; 95-167; 95-210; 96-237; 96-274; 96-289; 97-092; 97-098; 98-236; 98-246; 99-175; 99-199; 2000-180; 2000-185; 2000-269; 2002-067
Extent2687 cubic feet
LanguageMaterials are in English.
RepositoryDolph Briscoe Center for American History,The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Lloyd Millard Bentsen, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, U.S. Senator and Representative, businessman, Texas county judge, and decorated World War Two veteran, was born in Mission, Texas, on February 11, 1921. He ran for Vice-President of the United States in 1988 on the Democratic ticket with then Massachusettes governor Michael Dukakis. He served as Secretary of the Treasury under President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 1994. Bentsen kept up a full schedule until 1998, when he retired after a decline in his health. He died on May 23, 2006.

For more information, click here for the first page of the Bentsen Papers.

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, printed material, creative works, legal documents, financial documents, minutes, photographic materials, sound recordings, and works of art make up the papers of Senator Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. (1930-1994, bulk 1971-1993). Bentsen and his staff created the bulk of the material during his term as United States Senator from Texas (1971-1993), though the papers also contain records from Bentsen's term as United States Secretary of the Treasury (1993-1994). A limited amount of the material documents Bentsen's career in business and his private life. Few records exist from his term in the United States House of Representatives (1948-1955).

The material is organized in ten subgroups. The first seven subgroups consist of records from Bentsen's Senate offices.

For more information on each subgroup, click here for the first page of the Bentsen Papers.



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I. Management/Administration Subgroup, 1971-1993 (26.5 cubic feet)
II. Legislative Section Subgroup, 1945-1993 (579.5 cubic feet)
III. Personal and Political Files Subgroup, 1923, ca. 1940-1993 (217.5 cubic feet)
IV. Correspondence Subgroup, 1971-1993 (1306 cubic feet)
V. Press Section Subgroup, 1930-1931, 1942-1994 (161.5 cubic feet)
VI. Constituent Services Subgroup, 1971-1993 (259 cubic feet)
VII. State Offices Subgroup, 1921, 1942-1993 (109.5 cubic feet)
VIII. Secretary of the Treasury Subgroup, 1981 (1993-1994) (25.5 cubic feet)
IX. Post Secretary of the Treasury Subgroup, 1995-1998 (5 items)
X. Lewis L. Gould Files Subgroup, 1942-1994 (1 linear foot, 8 inches)


Access Restrictions

Casework and personnel files are restricted for 75 years after creation, up to the year 2068.

Use of some audio and video materials is by appointment only; please contact sound archivist.

Use of digital material by appointment only; please contact digital archivist.

Use Restrictions

A portion of these papers is stored remotely. Advance notice required for retrieval. Contact repository for retrieval.

Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Bentsen, Lloyd--Archives.
Subjects (Organizations)
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance.
United States. Congress. Senate.
Economics--United States.
Finance--Laws and legislation--United States.
Finance--United States.
Politics, Practical--Texas.
Texas--Politics and government--1951-

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Papers, 1921-1998, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Detailed Description of the Collection


VI. Constituent Services Subgroup, 1971-1993
Extent (259 cubic feet)

Administrative History
Projects and casework were the primary Constituent Service work of Senator Bentsen's staff. Typical projects, undertaken on behalf of groups, municipalities, or the state itself, included efforts to receive federal grants or designations, to gain inclusion in federal programs, and to affect the decisions of federal agencies. Cases involved specific individuals requiring assistance with Federal agencies and government departments, such as the Veterans and Social Security Administrations; the Internal Revenue Service; Immigration and Naturalization Service; Departments of Agriculture, Health, Education, Welfare, Justice and Labor; and branches of the armed forces.
Staff in Bentsen's Austin office performed most casework and project work. Dallas staff managed some local cases. The State Director, reporting to the Administrative Assistant, supervised the work. Bentsen's Administrative Assistant handled some special constituent problems personally.
Other routine constituent services included applications to the military service academies, coordinated by Houston staff, and routine congratulatory correspondence, managed by Dallas staff.
Scope and Content Note
Project Files created by Bentsen's Constituent Services staff include correspondence, reference and research materials, and administrative documents. The files provide an overview of the sorts of projects Texas communities undertook during Bentsen's term, as well as the methods and relationships Bensten's staff drew on to assist them.
Because of their private nature, individual case files are closed for 75 years from date of creation. The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History did not retain service academy files.
For routine constituent correspondence, see Correspondence Subgroup.
93-188/169 (01808489)Project Files Series 1971-1992
Extent (226 cubic feet)
Scope and Content Note
Project Files created by Bentsen's Constituent Services staff include internal memos and correspondence with constituents and state and federal agencies, printed material such as reports and clippings, photographic materials, legal documents, and cartographic materials. Three series: Water resources projects, 1971-1979; Sequentially filed projects, 1971-1989; Project files arranged by county, 1982-1992.
The separate water resources project files may reflect Bentsen's membership in the Public Works Committee (renamed Environment and Public Works in 1977), which considered appropriations for such projects. The Sequentially filed projects series contains the bulk of the files. Staff assigned each case a descriptive title and a reference number, by which the files are organized in their particular year. In the reference number, the digits after the hyphen represent the year of the project (e.g., 1-77 for the first project in 1977).
Typically, the files include a coversheet, which lists actions taken by Bentsen's office on different dates. The later files often also include "snapshots" printed from the office computer system used to track case and project work. These documents state the status of the project, contacts made at federal agencies, actions taken, and the names and addresses of involved constituents. Some projects, such as the unsuccessful effort to prevent the closure of Ellington Air Force Base (1974-1981), involved many staff over a long period of time. In contrast, "one-shot" projects required only a single telephone call or letter to close.
The contents of the files vary. Generally, they include correspondence with constituents and administrators in federal agencies. Many of the files include the CMS work orders for Bentsen's correspondence. Occasionally, the constituent's original contact included printed material, such as reports and clippings. Some of the files include notes created by the staff member who worked on the project. Other materials in the files can include photographic materials, legal documents, and cartographic materials. In a few instances, legislative staff became involved in the project and their communication with the Senator is documented.
Lists and reports tracking project work can be found in the Austin office files, including several card files indexing projects 1971-1989.
Sequentially filed projects, 1971-1989:
375-85, Latin American Trade Center
376-85, US-USSR negotiations, Soviet Jews, Reagan and Gorbachev, winter 1985
377-85, Brownsville, Historic Brownsville Museum Association
378-85, Beaumont Art Museum, IMS application
379-85, Marine Hull Underwriters
380-85, Dallas Fort Worth, National Cemetery needs
93-188/170 (01843297)381-85, Dallas, Varo Incorporated Night Vision Equipment contract with DOD
382-85, Corpus Christi, Suth Texas Family Planning and Health Corporation
383-85, Wichita Falls, Main Street Project
384-85, Carrizo Springs, Community Services Agency
385-85, UTA's Center for Teacher Education
386-85, San Angelo, Mitsubishi Aircraft International
387-85, Medicare, intermittent care definition
388-85, Los Fresnos Public Schools, IRS Reg.
389-85, Plainview, South Plains Health Provider
390-85, Texas education reform (HB 72)
391-85, Texas Air Expo, Sesquicentennial event
392-85, CEDEN's Parent-Child Program in Orange and Harlingen areas, Health and Human Services application
393-85, Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, Institute of Museum Services application
394-85, Heritage Heights and Spanish Trails, Granbury, Texas, opposition to CORPS project
395-85, Texas Tech University learning disabled students grant application to DOED
396-85, Western Fabricators, Uvalde DOD contract, chassis trailers
397-85, UTEP, Department of Education Title III applications
398-85, Carson National Forest budworm problem
399-85, Lubbock community services
400-85, Farmers Branch, Texas, LBJ Freeway
401-85, Telegraph, Texas post office closing
402-85, NSF, Computational Engineering Division
403-85, Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, IMS grant application
404-85, customs, country of origin rule on frozen concentrated orange juice (FCOJ)
405-85, New Hope Parents Association, mental health research funding
406-85, University of Houston, Clear Lake Public Health Service grant application, minorities
407-85, Task Force on Border Economic Development
408-85, UT, federal research funds
409-85, Red River water supply
1-86, Nacogdoches postal facility relocation
2-86, Bedford, Texas, postal facility
3-86, Dunn, Texas postal facility closing
4-86, UTA older adult nutrition education
5-86, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, clinical services for handicapped infants proposal to DOED
6-86, Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council, care management system for older adults Health and Human Services application
7-86, Denton, Texas, PBS station application to NTIA
8-86, ANR Pipeline's polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) landfill site
9-86, La Voz Del Anciano Mexico-Americano request for Civil Rights Act review
10-86, Texas Tech University Crosbyton Solar Power Project, DOED
11-86, Angleton, Texas, postal facility
12-86, USDA Extension Service elimination
93-188/172 (01843082)13-86, Lake Lavon
14-86, Algoa, proposed hazardous waste landfill
15-86, Medicare reimbursement for chiropractic care
16-86, La Joya, Community Development Block Grant audit
17-86, Chambers, Liberty counties navigation districts removal of abandoned drawbridge, Tri City Beach Road
18-86, Dallas Hospice Care
19-86, McAllen and New Braunfels, Wormack company, military ratios contract
20-86, Dallas, Continental Airlines flying out of Love Field
21-86, Weatherford Housing Authority
22-86, Hext, postal facilities
23-86, Houston, New Age Hospice
24-86, DOED, handicapped children regulations (manual 10)
25-86, Cleveland, Sherwood Forest Subdivision
26-86, UTT, DOED applications (2)
27-86, Medicare, ambulatory surgical centers
28-86, Brownsville, Mexico hit and run driver extradition from Mexico
2V226Photograph, correspondence, printed material
93-188/172 (01843082)29-86, Normanna, plans to replace historical bridge at Medio creek
31-86, Morton, Great Western Meat Company French horsement embargo
32-86, Clarksville, Elderberry Senior Citizens Center
33-86, Medicare reimbursement, home health bonding and escrow requirements
34-86, Groves, Union Carbide takeover attempt by GAF Corporation
35-86, Texas Educational Agency, telecommunications planning grant application to the NTIA
36-86, Austin, KLRU grant application to the NTIA
37-86, Hidalgo County Health Department, indigent health care application
38-86, subseabed disposal of radioactive waste
39-86, flooding problems, cost share feasibility study
40-86, Houston, AIDS Hospital, American Medical International (AMI)
41-86, Edenburg, Reynaldo Garza School of Law
42-86, Austin, MSHA grant to the UTA
93-188/171 (01958776)43-86, Colorado River Reservoir, Colorado River Municipal Water District, 404 permit
44-86, NASA, Johnson Space Center library consolidation
45-86, Chemical Waste Management hazardous waste disposal, Groves, Texas
46-86, Maverick County insurance needs
47-86, Southern Pacific railroad abandonment of Heights lead spur branch, Houston
48-86, waste oil regulations, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
49-86, Confederate Air Force relocation, Victoria, Texas
50-86, waste water treatment, Granger, Texas
51-86, Mexico City earthquake
52-86, Maypearl, Texas community center
53-86, Greater Bethlehem Baptist Church, Dallas
54-86, HCFA, College of America Pathologists laboratory inspection and accreditation
55-86, Coast Guard pilot license regulations
56-86, HCFA, long term care funding and definition
57-86, Sam Houston National Forest management
58-86, Kelly AFB master labor agreement
59-86, Dyess AFB reassignment of C-130 squadron
60-86, Medicare, physical therapy reimbursement
61-86, Federal Reserve armored car regulations
62-86, Medicare, readmission regulations
63-86, Educational Service Center, Houston, NTIA proposal
64-86, FWS implementation of steel shot for waterfowl hunting
65-86, CDC AIDS material
66-86, Kenaf international mill
67-86, FHA mortgage foreclosure management
93-188/173 (01808490)68-86, Navasota, Grimes Memorial Hospital
69-86, Sherman, flood control structures, SCS
70-86, IRS, road vehicle definition for TRRC
71-86, Plano, Clean Air Act compliance
72-86, McLean, highway signs
73-86, Rangerville, Refugio Del Rio Grande
74-86, Harker Heights, post office
75-86, White settlement, excess property wanted by VFW Post 5617
76-86, UMTA, private enterprise participation regulations
77-86, Dell Telephone Cooperative FCC permit applications
78-86, Tomball, post office
79-86, Agriculture research
80-86, Amarillo Jr. College NTIA application
81-86, Meridian Hospital
82-86, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority, Cuero I and II
83-86, The Texas Limited, Houston-Galveston Excursion Train
84-86, clean water suit vs. Dallas EPA
85-86, Austin, AMI Systems Inc. and strategic petroleum reserve
86-86, Houston, natural birthing centers
87-86, BLM, lottery regulations for oil and gas leasing
88-86, Edinburg, Pan American University EDA applicant
89-86, El Campo Metro Airport
90-86, Big Spring Area Chamber of Commerce
91-86, Rio Grande City International Bridge, Starr-Camargo
92-86, Friedreich Ataxia, Rare Disease Committee
93-86, Houston, ocean probe and NOAA
95-86, Missouri City, surplus radar equipment
96-86, Hill Country drug enforcement
97-86, Marshall Housing Authority
98-86, Munday, Rhineland Water Supply Corporation
99-86, Corpus Christi, BTA Spanish Corporation
100-86, Family Planning Services, formula allocation change (Title 10)
101-86, NASA, Centers for the Commercial Development of Space
102-86, FCC, Western Union rate increase
103-86, Kochert, GSA Art-in-Architect grant
104-86, EPA, proposed ban on asbestos cement pipe
93-188/174 (01808591)105-86, Austin, Travis County Health Department proposal to Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
106-86, LEB Associates application to DOL, dislocated workers
107-86, Henderson County Junior College
108-86, Head Start Program reorganization
109-86, OSHA formaldehyde rules
110-86, HCFA, opthamology reimbursement
111-86, HCFA, transmittal 16's affect on handicapped children in Texas
112-86, OMB, circular A-21 cost principles for educational institutions
113-86, Springtown, Texas senior citizen housing
114-86, State Bar of Texas, Law Focused Education, Inc. proposal
115-86, BATF, reduced proof spirits proposal
116-86, Padre Island, old Coast Guard station, surplus property, Pan American University and Texas Southmost College
117-86, Texas A&M University Sea Grant Program
118-86, McAllen, Texas, FDA approval for "Isolife" System, John Schrock, Sr.
119-86, El Paso, Elephant Butte and Caballo reservoirs
120-86, USDA cow head branding
121-86, Medicare claim reimbursement
122-86, Starr County, EDA application for industrial park
123-86, Lampasas, Texas post office
124-86, Lost Valley of San Juans, Colorado, B.L. Barrett, Beaumont
125-86, Dallas, Citizens Development Center
126-86, Paducah, Texas, Richards Memorial Hospital
127-86, Southlake, Texas, D/FW runway
129-86, El Paso, Head Start
130-86, Kilgore, Texas DEA application
131-86, Houston, Bludworth Bond Shipyard's bid for Coast Guard refurbishing contract
132-86, HCFA, outpatient dialysis reimbursement
93-188/175 (01843140)133-86, HHS, creation of a family support administration
134-86, Odessa, Medical Center Hospital Medicare certification
135-86, Carthage, sewage problems
136-86, Sweetwater tornado disaster
137-86, Brownsville Medical Center and NHSC physicians
138-86, Justice, withholding RISS funds
139-86, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), liability insurance, corporate guarantee
140-86, Texas Department on Aging, USDA programs
141-86, Tyler Medicare reimbursement problems
142-86, SMU, EDA Technical Assistance Program application
144-86, NIH primates
145-86, Department of Commerce, sulphur concrete patent
146-86, Thomas Care Center, Houston
147-86, Country Creek public housing, Dallas
148-86, McAllen, Texas, bomb disposal school application
149-86, DOT, boat haulers as car carriers
150-86, EPA, perfomance standards for magnetic tape
151-86, polar orbit weather satellites
152-86, Morgan's Point, Armand Bayou Nature Center IMS grant
93-188/176 (01808740)153-86, Pampa Post Office
154-86, Colorado, Vallecito Lake
155-86, Title 20 handicapped adults program
156-86, Lockhart, Texas Embassy TCDA grant
157-86, Texas, laboratory consultants
158-86, Texas A&M, federal research funds
159-86, UT, NIE application for Teacher Education Project
160-86, Corpus Christi, Texas State Aquarium
2V226Photograph, report
93-188/176 (01808740)161-86, EPA, gasoline emissions
162-86, DOT, public transportation charters
163-86, Eagle Pass, IH-35 exit to Hwy. 57
164-86, UTHSC, NIH grant on Mexican mortality
165-86, Corsicana & Dawson housing authority
166-86, HCFA, cost limits for home health agencies
167-86, Wheelock, post office
168-86, Marshall, Michelson-Reves Museum of Art (IMS)
169-86, Customs, steel overnight guidelines
170-86, Arlington, development efforts
171-86, U.S. Army landing craft
2V226"Management overview"
93-188/176 (01808740)172-86, UTHSC, nursing school applicants
173-86, Cleburne, Memorial Hospital
174-86, Associated Texans Against Crime NIJ proposal
175-86, San Benito, complaints against HUD representatives
176-86, Pay Mayse Lake
177-86, Amarillo, Winwood Village HUD project
178-86, OMB, debarment guidelines
179-86, Converse, Burke Company AID grant, Madagascar
180-86, Harlingen, APC Home Health Service
181-86, Matagorda County, RS-9 form
182-86, Student financial aid verification requirements, DOED
183-86, AFDC, federal eligibility requirements
184-86, Maritel/Riverphone FCC request
185-86, NIMH behavior modification grant to Florida
186-86, El Paso, Cordova Bridge Inspection Facility
187-86, Odessa, Nurses Unlimited
93-188/177 (01843049)188-86, Falls City, uranium mill
189-86, Lockhart, Kitchen Pride Mushroom Farm
190-86, UTEP, Bilingual Resource Center, DOED
191-86, San Angelo, municipal transit system
192-86, Galveston, Farmers Marine & Copper work, right of way
193-86, Petermann, lead paint removal
194-86, Medicaid, hearing and reimbursement
195-86, Texas children's trust fund
196-86, UTEP, project Upward Bound
197-86, Huntsville Memorial Housing
198-86, Dallas VA Medical Center, Spinal Cord Injury Center
199-86, Mansfield, post office
200-86, trade adjustment assistance pilot project
201-86, Fredericksburg, SCS office closing
202-86, Houston- Mexico City super highway
203-86, Big Bend National Park
204-86, San Angelo, Stonegate Apartments, HUD
205-86, Surfside Beach, City Hall
206-86, EPA, farmworker pesticide exposure regulations
207-86, Tarrant County, expanded 911 system
208-86, White Settlement, highway funds
209-86, TWU, special education applications, DOED
210-86, Edinburg, Children's Crisis Intervention Proposal, HHS
93-188/179 (01808365)211-86, red drum fish limit
212-86, disaster recovery regs
214-86, Athens, Trinity Valley Community College Upward Bound Program
215-86, Alvarado, library construction grant
216-86, Kendall County criminal justice grant
217-86, Latino Learning Center, runaway program, HHS
218-86, Harlingen, Thompson Manufacturing
219-86, Karnes City, housing authority
220-86, Texas, Soil Conservation Service reductions
221-86, Mercedes Police participation in the National Narcotics Border Interdiction System
222-86, Rockport Yacht and Supply
223-86, Allegheny-Mowhawk merger
224-86, Hereford, San Jose colonia
225-86, UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, enhancement of human performance, Air Force and Army
226-86, WTSU, Upward Bound
227-86, Texas A&M at Galveston, Texas Clipper
228-86, Mesquite, air show
229-86, Texas Association of Retarded Citizens' 202 projects
230-86, Houston, West Gulf Maritime Association
231-86, Hansford County, Palo Duro Lake
232-86, Mesquite, Corps 205 project, flood control
232-86, Dallas, North Texas Radio Reading Service, FCC
234-86, Wimberley, Woodcreek Resort, FSLIC
235-86, Lubbock, computer services, JUS
236-86, Melissa, EPA construction grants program
237-86, Sam Houston State University, dorm renovation, DOED
238-86, Texas' NIJ application, house arrest project
239-86, NASA, space center management team move from JSC
240-86, Dallas, HHS office renovation & asbestos exposure
242-86, Texas Department of Agriculture's Application to National Marine Fisheries for frozen crawfish development
93-188/180 (01808208)243-86, NLRB offices in Texas realignment, San Antonio and Houston
244-86, The Colony, Jetport opposition
245-86, Los Fresnos Postal Service
246-86, Lake Proctor, Corps
247-86, Fabens, Section 8 housing project, Tierra del Sol
248-86, proposals of the select Commission on Higher Education, Texas, on school closings
249-86, Hawkins post office
250-86, Grand Canyon
251-86, Beaumont MHMR State Center, SSI eligibility for residents
252-86, Willis, IH-45 improvements
253-86, Lone Star, Hydro-Sonic Systems government contracting efforts
254-86, Avinger, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application and TDCA for sewer extension
255-86, Mesquite, city vehicles using propane
256-86, Houston, take over of Anderson Clayton Company
257-86, Maverick County economic development needs
258-86, AT&T strike, Communications Workers of America
260-86, Corsicana, SCS office closing
261-86, Texarkana, Section 202 application, housing for mentally retarded
262-86, Weslaco, Foreign Trade Zone application
263-86, National Fire Academy
264-86, FCC, spectrum allocation for specialized mobile radio service
265-86, FCC, must carry regulations
266-86, Colorado City, Mitchell County Hospital
267-86, Brenham, Frontier Federal's Savings and Loan charter, opposition
268-86, highlands, flooding problems
269-86, Galveston Bay, participation in National Estuary Program, EPA
270-86, Fort Worth, stealth bomber program interest
271-86, Fort Worth, Coast Guard permits for Trinity River bridges
272-86, TDHS, Medicaid eligibility problem
273-86, Texas Youth Commission, Wilderness Challenge Program, DOL
274-86, microwave landing system, FAA
275-86, UTHSCSA, biosensor research, Army
276-86, Progreso, military highway water supply Corps's, HHS grant for sewage treatment project
277-86, UTHSCD, Mental Health Clinic Research Center, NIMH
278-86, Mental Health Association in Texas, HUD 202 needs
279-86, Groesbeck, South Limestone Community Health Clinic
280-86, Gillespie County flood control needs
281-86, Alvardo post office
282-86, UTHSCSA, AID proposal for fertility research, Contraceptive Research and Development (CONRAD)
283-86, Title XX cuts, TDHS
284-86, Duval County, minimum security prison
285-86, Dallas, Teamsters Local 745 Section 202 application, HUD
286-86, Wichita Falls, Community Action Corporation, Action grant application
287-86, Borger, Frank Phillips College FCC license application and NTIA grant application
288-86, Tayler, Section 202 project, HUD
289-86, Oak Hill, postal facility space
290-86, Kingsville, Texas A & I DOE proposals
291-86, TWU, Upward Bound
292-86, Floydada, Caprock Hospital district desires NHSC physician
293-86, HHS, IRB approval for human subject research
294-86, San Antonio, U.S. Detention Corporation, INS bids
295-86, Lamesa, improvements at Lamesa Municipal Airport
296-86, Nederland, Texas Gulf Communication's license withdrawal, FCC
93-188/181 (01808220)297-86, Gulf States Utilities Company's rate increase request, FERC
298-86, Brownsville, Eagle Bus interest in Taiwanese market
299-86, Job Training and Partnership Act (JTPA), Summer Youth Employment Program proposed changes
300-86, Hempstead, Sheridan disposal site, Clark Bottom
301-86, Laredo, INS staff reductions
302-86, Celeste, Hickory Creek Water Supply Corporation's FmHA application for water improvements
303-86, Houston, Southeast Texas Business Development Company's SBA certification request
304-86, Lamesa, Santa Fe abandonment between Lamesa and Slaton
305-86, Harlingen, post office relocation
306-86, Carl's Corner, establishment of post office
307-86, Delmita post office closing
308-86, Granger, wastewater treatment facility, FmHA & Corps
309-86, Edinburg, Project Alliance participation, drug interdiction
310-86, minerals research funding
311-86, UTMB Galveston, cancer center core grant renewal
312-86, Texarkana, federal per diem rate
313-86, Houston, 4th Ward CDBG funding
314-86, Junction, Texas, Kimble Hospital District interest in NHSC physician
315-86, Crowell, Texas, Foard County Hospital District funding needs
316-86, Corpus Christi, Texas, Sam Hausman Meat Packer, Inc.
317-86, AID, use of foreign labor for government cargos
318-86, JSC, Taft Broadcasting Corporation complaint
319-96, urban county designation, Hidalgo County
93-188/182 (01958754)320-86, Houston, Isolog's pontoon boats, Robishaw
321-86, HHS, Indian Health Service reductions
322-86, DOL, wage determination for meteorological technicians at Houston at Intercontinental and Hobby airports
323-86, El Paso, West Texas Tool & Die
324-86, HCFA, autism defined as mental illness
325-86, Houston-Galveston Regional Airport system
326-86, Waco, AAFES warehouse
327-86, FAA, proposed ban on smoking on aircraft
328-86, FDA, approval for the shipment of drugs for Dr. H. Nieper's American patients
329-86, Brazos Valley Development Council, Section 8 application for Brazos and Burleson counties
330-86, Rio Grande River pollution
331-86, Lubbock, AIDs policy for Lubbock ISD
332-86, Edinburg, Cornucopia Frozen Foods UDAG application
333-86, Texas PUC, opposition to proposed regulations governing utility series by Federal Agencies, GSA
334-86, EPA, regulations on hazardous waste land treatment
335 -86, Midland Regional Airport flight service station reductions, FAA
336-86, El Paso, El Paso water utilities High Plains States Groundwater Recharge Demonstration Program, BUREC
337-86, Rio Grande City, addition to Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) 95
338-86, George West, medium security facility, BOP
339-86, HCFA, ambulance reimbursement
340-86, Copperas Cove, Bluestem water services
341-86, Andrews, housing authority opposed to NCR housing project, HUD
342-86, FCC, class A FM stations
343-86, Temple, Olin Teague VA medical center
344-86, Midland, Odessa Foreign Trade Zone, proposed
345-86, Hawkins, Little Sandy Hunting and Fishing Club
345-86, Hawkins, Little Sandy Hunting and Fishing Club easement, FWS
93-188/183 (01845281)346-86, Volunteers of America, Section 202 application, HUD
347-86, Clifton, Durable Medical Equipment (DME) approval for Program-Med, HCFA
348-86, NTSU, academic facilities grant application, DOED
349-86, transportation of hazardous wastes
350-86, Houston, Kranco's UMTA protest vs. New Jersey Transit
351-86, Manvel, economic development
352-86, Blanco County, Blanco River crossing load repair
353-86, Lake Jackson, funding for drug rehabilitation
354-86, Bexar County wage survey
355-86, Houston, Bay Meadows Apartments Section 8 and operating loan request
356-86, INS, weekend staff reductions along border
357-86, El Paso, wage survey, DOL
358-86, Irving, Sherwood Village zip code change to Grande Prairie
359-86, Corpus Christi, executive audial rehabilitation society
360-86, Tree Rivers, interest in federal correctional facility
361-86, El Paso, Planned Parenthood public health service grant application
362-86, Edinburg, bilingual education grant application to DOED
363-86, Four county metropolitan statistical area for Cameron, Willacy, Starr and Hidalgo Counties
364-86, Beeville, senior citizens center needed
365-86, Liberty, proposed general airation facility
366-86, Brownwood, Feather Bay Resort Inc., HUD permit, Groner Pitts.
367-86, Intersection 183 and 620 highway construction
368-86, Lufkin, new postal facility
369-86, Federal Telecommunications System (FTS) 2000 contract, GAO
370-86, Fort Worth, Drug Abuse Resistance Education program, DOJ
371-86, Texas Tech, funding needs for kidney stone machine, F. Masterson
372-86, Sabine River Authority, Waters Bluff Dam and Reservoir
373-86, El Paso, Latch Key Centers Unlimited funding needs
374-86, El Paso, Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe, Inc.
375-86, Devine, federal funding needs, EDA and FmHA
376-86, Lake Dallas, improvements to IH 35E, in Corinth
377-86, National League for Nursing home care accreditation program
378-86, Sabine Pass, flood insurance and coastal barriers concerns
379-86, Smith Point, Marina del Oro development, 404 permit
380-86, Cactus, wastewater treatment facility permit, EPA
381-86, regional airport for Coryell County, proposed
383-86, Texstor, proposed industrial waste site, Keechi Salt Dome
383-86, Texas A&M, DOED application to renovate Corps dorms
384-86, Bee House post office
385-86, Gonzales Civic Center project
93-188/184 (01808354)386-86, Odessa, Texas, refund on FICA tax over- payments, SSA
387-86, New Bayou low water bridge removal, west Galveston Bay
93-188/184 (01808354)388-86, San Benito, Texas, concern about Casa Oscar Romero sanctuary
389-86, Eagle Pass, Texas, VA outpatient clinic proposal
390-86, Bellaire, Texas, post office, relocate business district
391-86, FmHA, Liberty County FHA Housing Preservation Program grant application
392-86, FmHA, Liberty County be declared an agricultural disaster area
393-86, HUD Section 202 application
394-86, Alvin, Texas wants to acquire vacated post office
93-188/184 (01808354)395-86, FAA, Coulter Field, Bryan, Texas municipal airports, needs grant
396-86, DOED, UT at Arlington SOAR-special services
397-86, Tokio, Texas Post Office
398-86, Tyler, Texas, proposed landfill
399-86, Craighead Resources Corp. grants for distressed areas
400-86, Toyah Creek Flood Plain Management Study
401-86, UTA NSF grant, management of industrial hazardous waste
402-86, Montgomery County Solid Waste Task Force
403-86, Paul Quinn College SSDS grant, DOED
404-86, EDA, assistance for poor in Fort Bend County Fifth Street area
405-86, TPWD grant for Sunrise Hill Park
406-86, EPA and TDH, toxic waste problem in Pearland, Texas
408-86, White Oak/Hebbronville proposed nursing facility, TDHS
409-86, Little Cypress Dam
410-86, DOED, Texas Tech University Health Science Center in Amarillo grant application for "Texas Tech Infancy Training Project"
411-86, Hockley County be declared an agricultural disaster area
412-86, ORS, City of Donna, Texas, trying to comply with audit requirements
413-86, Pecos River Compact Commission
414-86, Castro County's need to be declared an agricultural disaster area
415-86, TEC, public employment systems, purpose and role of the employment service
416-86, Blanco, Texas FmHA Section 515 application
417-86, EPA, Energy Coastal Consulting, Section 105 Clean Water Act
418-86, Galveston, Alvin, Pearland Corridor Association
419-86, Commission on Civil Rights
420-86, Eastern Airline-Texas Air Corp. merger
421-86, articulated head and neck protector apparatus, research and funding for Dr. Varteressian
422-86, Carthage, Texas Tyson Foods
423-86, excimer laser, development and research
424-86, Goodyear/Kelly-Springfield takeover
425-86, HUD, community center in Leon Valley allegations
426-86, Denison, Texas railroad spur acquisition
427-86, Mission, Texas, pre-clearance request, DOJ
93-188/185 (01845270)428-86, Haskell, complaints against sanction action taken by TMF
429-86, USDA, Food Security Act '85 regulations
430-86, Association of Retarded Citizens grant application for valley proposal, HHS
431-86, Weslaco, Mid-Valley Industrial Park Airport funds
432-86, Weimar, Colorado-Fayette Medical Center
433-86, Surface Transportation Assistance Act, length and width limitations
434-86, Southwestern Bell Rate Hike, FCC
435-86, Kingwoon, Pines Montessori School DOED application
436-86, Fort Hood, opposition to military housing units
437-86, TexasAeronautics Commission, Surplus Airports Act
438-86, Mission ISD, educating Mexican children
439-86, Dallas, The Careinq Corpis, home health, reimbursement problems with HCFA
440-86, Fort Worth, UDAG application, Briscoe housing development
441-86, Northrop Corporation site selection for Microprocessor Facility
442-86, Odessa, location of postal facility
443-86, Buna Medical Center, compliance with swing bed program responsibility
444-86, Houston, Jobs for Texans, Dr. Ted Kolbohm, needs funding
445-86, Uvalde, Southwest Texas Jr. College DOED application for disadvantaged students
446-86, Clear Creek flood control
447-86, Lamar University
93-188/186 (01808682)1-87, Perryton, Texas, Dr. Claude Betty PRO sanction
2-87, Lockhart Municipal Airport
3-87, Project GUIDE ultradeep drilling project
4-87, DOED, proposed changes to institutional eligibility regulations
5-87, Temple ISD DOED application for magnet school funding
6-87, Houston, VOA field office closing
7-87, DOED, proposed changes to reviewing procedure on special services, TRIO proposals
8-87, Alpine, Texas postal facility
9-87, NEH, The Handbook of Texas funding application
10-87, El Paso, location of Ground Based Free Electron Laser Technology Integration Experiment (GBFEL-TIE) program, SDI, at White Sands
11-87, Bowie Memorial Hospital, concern about health care delivery
12-87, VA and FHA residual income limits
13-87, Amarillo, Texas, proposal by SPSC to DOE for Clean Coal Technology program loan, Nichols boiler
14-87, Dallas, SER-Jobs for Progress, Inc., DOL application for a Hispanic literacy program
15-87, Kingsville, Texas, CARA, Inc., consulting services federal contracting possibilities
16-87, Dallas, proposed WWII aircraft museum
17-87, Seabrook, Texas wastewater violations
18-87, Goldthwaite, Texas, Medicare/PRO sanction against Dr. M.A. Chilfress
19-87, Archer City, Texas, Medicare/PROT sanction against Dr. Richard D. Schlomach
21-87, Everman, Texas flood control improvements, Corps
22-87, Timpson, Texas economic development
23-87, San Antonio, HUD questions spending of "Ventures in Community Improvement" funds, CDBG
24-87, Corpus Christi, support for opening an SBA district office
25-87, El Paso opposition to four public housing projects
26-87, El Paso, Citizens Against Rapid Transit Authority's concern about UMTA funds
27-87, TWDB's problems with EPA's 1986 needs survey
28-87, Corsicana, Texas, Navarro Memorial Plaza retirement facility development, FmHA problem
29-87, Dallas, Five Mile Creek flood control improvements
30-87, Sealy, Texas, Hurricane Industries, Inc. FmHA business and industry loan guarantee application for a steel mini-mill
31-87, Lorenzo and Estacado, Texas detention facility opposition
32-87, Tyler, UTHSC's family medical training grant application
33-87, Sonora, Texas, border patrol station moving to San Angelo, Texas
34-87, Reeves County Minimum Security Prison, interest in more federal prisons
35-87, Sweetwater, Texas, proposed new postal facility
36-87, Houston, CDBG entitlement reduction
37-87, San Antonio, Goldmark International's SBS proposal on job creation
38-87, Euless, Texas, Tent America's proposal to DOD for solar window film
39-87, Dallas, E. Edsel's interest in buying federal housing projects
40-87, INS geographic restrictions on Central Americans in the Valley, 50 miles
41-87, Houston, district INS office proposed move to Intercontinental Airport
93-188/186 (01808682)42-87, San Angelo, Texas public schools drug problem
44-87, Mineola, Texas, PRO sanction case against Dr. Brandt McCorkle
45-87, La Villa ISD's bilingual education funding problems, DOED
46-87, Houston Area Research Center, The Woodlands, Texas
47-87, San Angelo, Texas, Aeromotor Windmill Corporation's trade concerns
93-188/187 (01845394)48-87, Dallas, Arthur Anderson's contract bids to GSA and Kelly AFB
49-87, Crowell, Texas, TMF-PRO sanction against Dr. Walter Stapp
50-87, Houston, Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word's problems with Uniformed Services Treatment Facilities Program, DOD
51-87, Paris, Texas, new postal facility
52-87, Odessa, Texas, UTPB's application to be a Minority Business Development Center
53-87, Amarillo, Texas, Helium Operators proposal to close by DOI, Bureau of Mines
54-87, suborbital research funding, DOE, NASA, NSF
55-87, Electra, Texas, economic development efforts
56-87, Houston, Methodist Hospital's application to HCFA for designation as cardiac transplant center
57-87, San Antonio, Center for Health Policy Development's nurse career special project grant application
58-87, Galveston, proposal for civilian pilot training program at Scholes Field
59-87, TAMACC proposal to MBDA for youth business development grant renewal
60-87, McAllen, South Texas Symphony Association's grant application to Texas Commission on the Arts
61-87, Houston, Star of Hope Shelter wants funding, homeless
62-87, Moore Station, water system problems, FmHA application
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93-188/187 (01845394)63-87, Houston, TALA's complaint about NEA awards
64-87, Corpus Christi, Tuloso, Midway ISD and Calallen ISD application for Naval Jr. ROTC unit
65-87, Texas A & M, NSF proposal for Center for Theoretical Physics
66-87, Amarillo, opposition to SBA minority set aside for VA nursing home
67-87, San Antonio, KLRN-TV's Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP) grant application
68-87, Dike, new postal facility
69-87, Trenton, closure of Katy Railroad between Trenton and Denison
70-87, Brownwood, Pecan Bayou Soil and Water Conservation district's concern about FWS wetlands mapping
71-87, Lemberton, Substance Abuse Commission funding needs
72-87, Hamilton, FmHA application for water treatment plant
74-87, Houston, Joint Marine Interdiction Command Center
75-87, Scotland, post office closing
76-87, McAllen, medical center
77-87, San Antonio, Texas Research Park
78-87, UTA, grants for Soviet and East European Studies
79-87, IRS, proposed regulations governing lobbying by non-profit organizations
80-87, San Antonio Real Property Maintenance Agency, proposal to dissolve
81-87, Benavides, Benavides ISD applications to DOED for bilingual education
82-87, Austin, Systems & Processing Engineering Corporation (SPEC's) SBIR applications to DOD
93-188/188 (01808117)83-87, Galveston Co. Chambers of Commerce, funding needs for bid center
84-87, New Waverly, Gulf Coast Trades Center, Inc.'s proposal to Justice for drug rehabilitation program
85-87, Denton, Flow Memorial Hospital
86-87, Maverick County Jail, negotiations with Marshall Service on beds
87-87, Maverick County, request to contract sewer lines to low income areas
88-87, Edinburg ISD bilingual education application to DOED
89-87, Victoria County, flooding problems
90-87, Laredo Junior College, EDA application for agriculture complex for Texas, Israel, Mexico Exchange Model Farm
91-87, Beaumont, EDA application for revolving loan fund
92-87, Denison, opposition to proposed merger of Union Pacific and Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad
93-87, Houston, Allen Parkway Village
94-87, Texas Water Commission's concerns about FERC's infringement on state management of water resources
95-87, NOAA's proposed regulations on turtle excluder devices
96-87, Texas produce marketing cooperative clearance with FTC and Department of Justice
97-87, Houston, Zapata Corporation's concern about offshore drilling competition
98-87, Cuero, Gulf Coast Wood Products' FmHA loan guarantee
99-87, Aubrey, national bank charter
100-87, Houston, Diversified Training Services' JTPA problems
101-87, Harlingen, proposed textile mill using Texas cotton
102-87, Garland, Varo Quality's concern over Japanese trade restrictions on food
103-87, El Paso, American Canal project, IBWC & Burec
104-87, Waco, proposed international joint venture between Silverstar Inc. and Koreans on compact disc research & manufacturing facility
105-87, UTA, LBJ School's interest in Prof. Leontief's NSF proposal
106-87, Tyler, Levi Strauss proposed employee buy out
107-87, Sherman, new postal facility
108-87, Texas A&M, educational leadership doctoral training grant, DOE
109-87, Garland, TMF sanction against Dr. James McLean
93-188/189 (01808751)110-87, Jefferson County revenue sharing deadline
111-87, Houston, La Tang Cuisine, eggrolls, USDA problems
112-87, Austin, Texas Learning Technology Group application to NSF
113-87, Cameron, Headstart application
114-87, INS regulations
115-87, Cleburne, high school trip to Australia
116-87, Angleton, Actions' insurance problems
117-87, Galveston, aquaculture study
118-87, FAA, contracting out of automation and training services
119-87, Harris County Public Library grant request
120-87, Palestinian refugee camp, starvation
121-87, Sulphur Springs, TMF sanction against Dr. Joe Longino
122-87, Henrietta, TMF sanction against Dr. Leroy Shaffner
123-87, Canadian, TMF sanction against Dr. Tadeusz Darocha
124-87, Abilene, Hendrick Medical Center
125-87, Tyler, East Texas community clinical oncology program
126-87, Spring Branch ISD, support for SET/Net proposal, DOED
127-87, Houston, Children's Nutrition Research Center construction
128-87,, Jefferson county, emergency management
129-87, Houston, Hit Video USA, anti-trust problems
130-87, Lubbock, local AIA's concern about USPS's architect & engineer contracting
131-87, El Paso, KCOS's NTIA application
132-87, Devine, sewage treatment plans
133-87, HCFA proposed regulations on employer contributions
134-87, Pottsboro, property assessment on Lake Texoma, DOED
135-87, Somerset, water quality problems
136-87, Fort Worth, John Peter Smith Hospital medicare certification
137-87, Santa Anna, oil field equipment export to Peru
138-87, UTEP, minority research center of excellence, NSF
139-87, Dallas/Ft. Worth, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, DOD
140-87, Houston, Gulf Coast Community Service Association's plans for hydroponic greenhouse
141-87, Center, EDA grant for water treatment & supply improvements, Holly Farms expansion
143-87, Cameron County, Operation Alliance
144-87, Sonora, ASCS office possible closing
145-87, Alvin, opposition to public housing
146-87, Conservation Reserve Program, delinquent farms and ranch loans
147-87, Austin, Large Scale Programs Institute
148-87, Dallas ISD's bilingual education grant, DOED
149-87, Breckenridge, Stephens Memorial Hospital
150-87, Terrell, Municipal Airport improvements, FAA
151-87, Operation Alliance, drug interdiction program
152-87, Houston, AIDS demonstration project, NIDA
153-87, supernova research funding, NSF & NASA
154-87, FERC, Erie Pipeline Project
155-87, San Antonio, Big Red Bottling bid to AAFES
156-87, Smith County 911
157-87, Lubbock, Reese AFB, contracting out
158-87, Farmers Branch, H.R. King & Forsee murders
93-188/190 (01809153)159-87, Mineola, TMF sanction against Dr. Carter McCorkle
160-87, Fort Worth, proposed relocation of AAFES to Waco
161-87, Fort Worth, Ambulance Authority's request for one time equity adjustment
162-87, Del Rio Housing Authority
163-87, HCFA, request to implement Pickle Provision, disproportionate share
164-87, ham operators opposed to Docket 87-14, MHz reallocation
165-87, FHA, claims with conveyance procedure, HUD
166-87, Houston, Over the Hill's JTPA application, TDCA
167-87, El Paso, objections to low-level radioactive waste site
168-87, Houston, Odyssey House Texas, drug program
169-87, Marshall, Wiley College
2V226Photographs, correspodence
93-188/190 (01809153)170-87, Texas, Medicare Part B eligible recipients in state schools & hospitals, MHMR
171-87, Brewster Memorial Hospital Medicare reimbursement
93-188/191 (01808412)172-87, Trinity River Authority, fish kill study, EPA
173-87, Trinity River Authority, proposed sewage treatment plant in Ellis County
174-87, El Paso, proposed customs centralized examination station
175-87, Floyd County disaster assistance
176-87, San Marcos, complaints about FEMA
177-88, Harris County Children's Protective Services
178-87, Grandview, Texas, Universal Tree Products' opposition to Union Pacific Railroad Company and Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company merger
179-87, Fairfield, Texas, EDA grant for water & wastewater improvements
180-87, Texas A&M University Hydrogen Research Center, NSF
181-87, Robertson County, support for proposed Texas-New Mexico power plant
182-87, Amarillo, wage rates for HUD project
184-87, Port of Freeport foreign trade zone application, FTZ
185-87, Calhoun & Victoria counties foreign trade zone application
186-87, Vernon, Texas, Red River chloride project, Corps
187-87, San Angelo Public Housing Authority's problems with HUD
188-87, Calhoun County disaster declaration, SBA, Redtide
189-87, home care equipment dealers' Medicare
190-87, Houston, Texas Brandon Corporation's custodial service bid to MARAD
191-87, La Feria, EDA application for business expansion, unit source
192-87, Beaumont, interest in UMTA funding
193-87, Odessa, Schlemeyer Field
194-87, El Paso, Urban General's concern about 8-A set aside, SBA
195-87, UH, Conrad Hilton College's DOED for Chinese exchange training
196-87, Texas comptroller, information on leasing flood control lands
197-87, Denton, NTSU's proposal to DOD for apparel advance manufacturing technology demonstration program
198-87, Houston, Access Houston Cable Corporation's NTIA application
199-87, Marlin, Texas tuft & carpet mill possible location
200-87, Galveston, opposition to the use of UMTA funds for trolley depot
201-87, Highway 24 through Hunt and Delta Counties
202-87, Ozona, opposition to sewage treatment plant permit
203-87, Nacogdoches, Sam Rayburn G&T's attempt to refinance federal loan
204-87, Ingleside, Allied Petro's FmHA application to assist with start up of Tipperary Refinery
205-87, Houston, concern about FCC allocation of spectrum
206-87, West, Cottonwood Water Supply Corporation, FmHA
207-87, Houston, Councilman L. McKaskle and affirmative action
208-87, Tyler, lithotripsy reimbursement
209-87, Beaumont, Build Inc.'s application to HHS to revitalize the Forsythe area
210-87, Dallas, reallocation of CDBG funds
93-188/192 (01808150)211-87, opposition to air training station on Burr Ranch
212-87, Chilton, economic development
213-87, Battleship Texas
214-87, federal lands along Red River, boundary issue
215-87, NRC, state or local emergency plans for nuclear plants
216-87, Sematech, U.S. semiconductor manufacturing institute
217-87, customs, centralized examination station
218-87, Wichita Falls, tax increment financing plan
219-87, Corpus Christi, DOD grant for federal procurement technical assistance program, Corpus Christi area economic development corporation
220-87, Greggton post office in Longview
221-87, El Paso solar pond project
222-87, Laredo Job Corps lease with Global Ministries
223-87, Houston Museum of Natural Science and Planetarium IMS grant application
224-87, UT, Sophia project, Airborne Observatory
225-87, Reynolds Metals Company application to join Corpus Christi Foreign Trade Zone
226-87, Houston County Awareness Association DOED application for independent living services program
227-87, Gillespie County's request for disaster declaration
228-87, Conroe, Montgomery County Airport Instrument Landing System (ILS) request
229-87, NSF funds for International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
230-87, Texas A & M University, NRC Center for Nuclear Regulatory Waste Analysis
231-87, EPA, advanced treatment review policy
232-87, San Antonio, Mo-Tech's Navy bid
233-87, Cedar Hill post office site selection
234-87, Canton, water needs
235-87, Marshall, opposition to Texas Association of Retarded Citizens 202 project, HUD
236-87, Mexico-Texas Bridge Owners Association port by port discussion of border congestion with Customs
237-87, EPA, dry cleaning regulations, perchloroethylene
93-188/193 (01845408)238-87, Canyon Dam, hydroelectric license, FERC, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority
239-87, NLRB, reorganization in Texas
240-87, Beaumont, proposal to expand community health clinic, HHS
241-87, Port Arthur, proposed coastal barrier maps
242-87, Texas A&M University, Center for the Commercial Development of Space Power, NASA
243-87, San Antonio, St. Phillip's College proposals to DOD for training services
244-87, Dallas, Jordan-DeLaurenti's bid to FAA for management training services
245-87, Panhandle Alcoholic Recovery Center
246-87, Saragosa tornado disaster
247-87, Parker College (chiropractic) PHS grant application
248-87, Houston National Cemetery
249-87, Killeen, Central Texas Bid Procurement Assistance Center application, DLA
250-87, Navasota, TMF sanction actions against Dr. Yilmaz
251-87, Harleton Water Supply Corporation, FmHA
252-87, El Paso, Women's Employment and Education's proposal
253-87, Gonzales, proposed hazardous waste plant
254-87, Afton, post office possible closing
255-87, Fort Worth Economic Development Corporation, urban rural economic development project, Office of Community Service
256-87, Texas A&M University, technology competitiveness
257-87, Port of Galveston, customs' concerns
258-87, El Paso, Mayor's concern about federal regulations of dry arroyos, Corps
259-87, Austin, keep Flight Service Station open, FAA2
260-87, Harlingen, Rio Grande Savings and Loan
93-188/194 (01809211)261-87, EPA, gasoline vapor pressure regulations
262-87, Austin, Infant-Parent Training Center, Davis and Bacon problems
263-87, Cedar Park, Social Security and Retirement Plan
264-87, Galveston, protest of airport grant, FAA
2V226Photographs, correspondence, notes
93-188/194 (01809211)265-87, TWBD, Clean Water Act and concern about EPA restricting state revolving loan funds
266-87, Texas Housing Agency, HUD proposal for colonias housing alternative
267-87, proposed Nuevo Leon International Bridge
268-87, Valley Transit Company, opposed to Mexican operators with ICC permits
270-87, Lubbock, Texas Tech embassy security proposal to State Department
271-87, Houston, DePelchin Children's Center
272-87, Longview, economic development goals
273-87, Austin, Huston-Tillotson College
274-87, TACLD, handicapped funding
275-87, Baytown 2000, economic development
276-87, Houston, TraceModal's FAA proposal
277-87, LaPorte, opposition to Houston Chemical Services' hazardous waste incinerator
278-87, Houston, Texas Children's Hospital
279-87, Wimberly, dam on Blanco River
280-87, Houston, Cameron Iron Works' NASA bid
281-87, Texas support for Mojave Pipeline, FERC
282-87, Victoria, DeTar Hospital
93-188/195 (01808263)287-87, Medicare coverage for outpatient diabetes education
284-87, Ft. Worth, Amintel International's EDA proposal for a National Small Business Technical Assistance
285-87, Corpus Christi, Children's Heart Institute PHS application
286-87, Houston, UH Gulf Coast Small Business Development Center
287-87, Louise, U.S. 59 overhead lighting
288-87, Trinity River Flood Plain, flooding and development
289-87, Houston, Trane's Peace Shield Project bid protest
290-87, Dallas, AIDS Arms Network PHS application
291-87, San Antonio, Nosotros' fetal solvent syndrome ADAMHA application
292-87, Washington County AIDS Task Force
293-87, Houston, Texas A&M biotechnology center, USDA lab
294-87, Austin, Boggy Creek flood control project
295-87, Camp Swift solid waste problem
296-87, Galveston, Browning Ferris Industries landfill
297-87, College Station, Profile Writing Inc.'s application to DOED
298-87, Lockhart, TPWD application for a youth sports complex
299-87, Longview, Greenbelt Technology Inc.'s application for NSF SBIR
300-87, Donna, EDA application for sewer facilities
301-87, special education teacher training programs, irregular procedures by DOED
302-87, EPA, Region 4 Gulf of Mexico initiative
303-87, Wharton, Section 202 application
304-87, Texas Rehabilitation Commission, proposed regulations on the State Supported Employment Services (RSA)
305-87, Austin, Little Walnut Creek
306-87, Nacogdoches, UDAG application for Fredonia Hotel renovation and Convention Center
307-87, Caldwell County's request to be declared as an agricultural disaster
308-87, Big Spring, flooding problems
309-87, Crystal City, Crystal Military Operating Area
310-87, Stinnett, community ambulance needs funding for new ambulance
311-87, Joaquin, USPS request by the city for first class, pre-sort permit
312-87, Bayview, proposal to move Border Patrol Training Center back to Texas
313-87, Texas A&M, Ocean Drilling Program technology and Soviet participation
314-87, Austin, Waller Creek UDAG development
315-87, Waco, Homebuilders Association and FHA loans
316-87, HUD, manufactured housing regulations
317-87, Houston, Keplinger Companies application to DOE for a feasibility study
318-87, Texas Tech, proposal for High Plains States Groundwater Recharge Demonstration Program, BUREC
319-87, Jollyville, desire to incorporate, Justice
320-87, Rayburn Country MUD
93-188/201 (01808580)321-87, HCFA, proposal to revise DRG based on age
322-87, Seabrook, proposal to move classic station, KLEF to Houston, FCC
323-87, Rockwall post office
324-87, Camp Bullis
325-87, Victoria, Victoria Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
326-87, FAA, proposed terminal control regulations
327-87, Mount Pleasant, EDA application for Industrial Infrastructure Upgrade
328-87, Fort Worth, proposed North Fort Worth Airport
329-87, Texas Tech, Scientific and Engineering Technical Assistance (SETA) bid to Air Force for Eglin AFB, FLA
330-87, Hawkins, Jarvis Christian College Special Services for Disadvantaged Students (SSDS) application
331-87, Sealy, post office site selection
332-87, center, Texas Main Street project application
333-87, Corpus Christi, UDAG application for Arts and Sciences Bayfront Park Development
334-87, Galveston Parks Department's federal concerns
335-87, Temple, Housing Development Grant (HODAG) request to renovate Kyle Hotel
336-87, Harris County Juvenile Probation Department inhalant abuse project
337-87, Hereford, opposition to Amistad Housing project
338-87, Houston Area Builders, concern about FHA wetlands policy
339-87, Seattle-Tokyo air route support for United Airlines
340-87, Wharton County Museum Association
341-87, Beaumont, creation of Minority Business Development Center (MBDC)
342-87, Bryan, Brazos Valley Contract Procurement Center proposal to DLA
343-87, Travis County, juvenile substance abuse and project application
343-87, Carrolton, Community Youth Advocacy Council's office of Human Development Services application
345-87, Texas, Youth 2000 program, HHS and DOL
346-87, Ector County, proposed coliseum improvement
347-87, Fort Worth, American International Government bids
348-87, Daingerfield Main Street project application
349-87, Hebbronville, CDBG eligibility criteria
350-87, Greenville Housing Authority HUD problems
351-87, Leon Junction, opposition to a residential treatment facility
352-87, Volunteers of America (VOA), Section 202 applications for Fredericksburg, Abilene, Houston, and Victoria
353-87, National Association of Children's Hospitals HCFA coding
354-87, El Paso, Foreign Trade Zone in Northwest El Paso, West Port
2.116/OD 1273El Paso-Foreign Trade Zone in Northwest El Paso, West Port, 1973
93-188/202 (01807817)355-87, Texarkana, Kopper Wood Treatment Superfund Site
356-87, Texarkana Wood Preserving Company Superfund Site
357-87, Athens, Foreign Trade Zone
358-87, Alvin, voting rights concern
359-87, McCulloch County disaster declaration
360-87, Alpine to Persimmon Gap, Rio Grande Electric Coop proposal to REA
361-87, Taft, Rotary Club project
362-87, Corpus Christi Army Depot
363-87, B. A. Steinhagen Lake
364-87, HCFA, HCPCS overpayments
365-87, San Benito, concern about cancellation of government contract
366-87, Texoma Serenity Acres, Vietnam Vets Therapy Home
367-87, FCC, general docket no. 87-215
368-87, commerce, ETSU's DOED title 3 application
369-87, Rosenberg, opposition to TDC's pre-release program
370-87, Newton Housing Authority
371-87, bridge over Red River between Oklahoma and Montague County, Texas
372-87, Lone Star, proposed hazardous waste incinerator
373-87, Paris, renovation of Gibraltar Hotel for elderly housing, HUD
374-87, Mesquite, Section 202/8 housing, Retirement Housing Foundation
375-87, Edna, Section 202/8 housing, Retirement Housing Foundation
376-87, El Paso, closed captioning for KVIA, DOED
377-87, Childress, city auditorium
378-87, Grand Prairie, FDA approval for AIDS drug carrisyn
379-87, Georgetown, interest in low orbit space project
380-87, Texas City hurricane flood protection project
381-87, Rockport, Kontiki Beach Council, coastal easement
382-87, Texas Tech Graduate Training Family Medicine applications
383-87, Austin, Ebenezer Child Development Center
93-188/203 (01808376)384-87, Dallas, SER-High School Equivalency Program funding
385-87, Rosebud, proposed sanction against Dr. Halbert (Horace)
386-87, Bonham, TMF proposed sanction of Dr. James Froelich
387-87, Galveston County Shore erosion study
388-87, Texarkana airshow, request for military aerial groups
389-87, Childress, Bureau of Prisons proposal
390-87, Houston, Space Ventures, Inc.'s space station proposal
391-87, FAA, Air Transport Association's petition permit maintenance by foreign repair stations
392-87, Mexico, American School Foundation's AID application
393-87, Canyon Lake post office
394-87, Temple, new post office
395-87, Houston, Air Service to Japan and far East
396-87, Dallas Homeless Shelter, IRS problem
397-87, Brownsville, Customs Centralized Examination Station (CES)
398-87, Austin, funding for AIDS information, Advocacy News
399-87, Harlingen ISD bilingual education funds
400-87, Justice, Teamsters takeover, pension
401-87, Winters, North Runnels Hospital Medicare certification problem
401-87, Bridgeport, KWCS, FM station
403-87, New Braunfels, KNBT radio station
404-87, Sherman, Luella County road
405-87, TSU, SBA application for technical assistant program
408-87, Bishop College, news clips
409-87, Anthony, La Tuna Federal Correctional Facility, sewage treatment
407-87, Lubbock, Texas Tech museum funding
408-87, Bishop College, HUD Technical Assistance (TA) program
409-87, Houston, Gulf Coast Independent Organ Procurement Organization, HCFA
410-87, Tarrant County Organ Procurement Program
411-87, Port Arthur, EDA application for shrimp dock wharf
412-87, Bryan, proposed federal prison
413-87, SECOR, Navy research ship, UT and Texas A&M University
414-87, Corps, jurisdiction on isolated waters, wetlands
415-87, Customs, Port of Arrival Immediate Release and Enforcement Determination (PAIRED) program
416-87, HCFA, Transmittal 1200 reimbursement for radiation therapy
417-87, Baylor College of Medicine Nurse Midwifery program
418-87, La Vernia Library
419-87, Cleveland, Gaylor Lake
420-87, Rotan, TMF sanction of Dr. Benny LeBleu
421-87, Olden, need for a fire truck
422-87, Donna, Browning-Ferris waste site
93-188/204 (01845328)423-87, Katy, Interstate 10 corridor study
424-87, Nacogdoches, Campbell Soup's chicken processing facility
425-87, Midwest Express
426-87, Lewisville, Bowling for the Handicapped
427-87, Amarillo, Bureau of Reclamation reorganization, DOI
428-87, Jefferson, opposition to bridge over Big Cypress Bayou
429-87, Lake Whitney
430-87, Karnes County Jail, proposed
431-87, Texas, VA employment and training program
432-87, San Marcos, family planning for eight counties
433-87, Pharr, FCC application
434-87, Customs radar balloon, West Texas
435-87, Devine, Great Oaks Subdivision highway needs
436-87, First National Bank of Rhome
437-87, Midwestern State University
438-87, federal contracts for blood cell recovery systems
439-87, DOT, daily drivers log
440-87, Liberty County, state prison efforts
441-87, Nacogdoches and Lufkin narcotics control funding
442-87, La Villa, narcotics control funding
443-87, San Marcos, proposed state prison
444-87, Houston, Hull Airport
445-87, El Paso, combining Las Cruces Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)
446-87, Palestine, Knox Glass FmHA application
447-87, Midland, opposition to proposed private hospital
448-87, Port Arthur, EDA grant for Industrial Park
449-87, central and east Texas tornados of November 15, 1987
450-87, Waco, EDA title 9, implementation grant
451-87, Corsicana, EDA title 9, implementation grant
452-87, Trinity, silting problem along Sandy Creek
453-87, DOL, regulations proposed for Davis-Bacon construction project apprentices
454-87, EPA, pesticide use bulletin to protect endangered species
455-87, Seabrook, concern about railroad safety
456-87, El Paso, Life Management Community MHMR Center
457-87, Vietnam Veterans Memorial female statue rejection
458-87, Pampa, explosion at Celanese Plant
459-87, El Paso, water and sewer needs
460-87, McAllen, Rio Grande Cancer Treatment Center
461-87, Austwell, National Wildlife Refuge
462-87, Lake Jackson, the Loan Store
93-188/205 (01808649)463-87, Palestine, National Scientific Balloon Facility, NASA
464-87, Wichita Falls, Bethania Hospital
465-87, Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Inc. NEA application
466-87, Zacate Creek wastewater treatment plant
467-87, DOT, heavy vehicle regulations
468-87, Texas A & M, Life Support systems Center, NASA
469-87, Rice University, Space Robotics Center's proposal, NASA
470-87, Airojet Electro Systems Locating in Texas
471-87, Stafford post office
472-87, Laredo, VA outpatient facility
473-87, Natalia, water and street improvements
474-87, Montgomery County, opposition to asphalt plant
475-87, Abilene Christian University research
476-87, HCFA, Dietitians' concern about Conditions of Participation (COP) for skilled nursing and Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF)
477-87, Abilene, View Caps Water Supply Corporation
478-87, Beaumont, Cardinal Meadows improvement district
479-87, Calhoun County, EDA revolving loan fund application
480-87, Cherokee County emergency food funding
481-87, Texas Easter Seal Society, federal funding for handicapped children
482-87, OMB/USDA, recipes printed
483-87, Austin, Bluebonnet postal facility
484-87, Beaumont, request to acquire fire boat from Maritime Administration
485-87, Texas City, marathon gas rupture
486-87, Texas Tech, Space Power Center proposal, NASA
487-87, USAF, T-37B modifications
488-87, El Paso, proposed Rio Grande Maternity Center
489-87, Austin, Center for Battered Women HUD funding request
490-87, De Soto, flood plain management concerns, FEMA
491-87, Linden, Highway 59 stoplight
492-87, Center post office
493-87, Laredo, proposed federal port authority
494-87, Anderson County Memorial Hospital
495-87, Jourdanton ISD asbestos problem
496-87, Karners County SCS project
497-87, Cameron Company, interest in relocating military unit from Panama Canal Zone
498-87, Houston, closing of FSLIC office
499-87, Bonham, Sam Rayburn Library
500-87, FCC, radio office exemption on vessels
93-188/206 (01808660)1-88, Brenham, Federal Building
2-88, HCFA, abortion DRG
3-88, Victoria, proposed veterans walk in clinic
4-88, Lone Star, Hospital in the Pines
5-88, El Paso and Odessa, Texas Tech area Health Education Centers
6-88, EPA, primary drinking water regulations
7-88, HHS, nonprocurement debarment and suspension
8-88, HCFA, reevaluation of assets
9-88, FEMA, National Flood Insurance program changes
2V226Corrrespondence, notes
93-188/206 (01808660)10-88, Bracketville, Rio Grande Electric-Coop rates
11-88, Maxwell, concern about landfill contamination
12-88, Corpus Christi, support for a branch office of the Houston district of the Commerce Department
13-88, Wichita Falls, McGrath Creek project
14-88, HCFA, heart attcak therapy reimbursement
15-88, Bryan, new post office
16-88, Beaumont, UDAG application for Spindletop Waterpark
17-88, Fort Bliss, dining facility employees
18-88, Houston, FDIC claims on Texas National Bank, Westheimer
19-88, Byan, Bethune Woman's Club wants funding for a community youth center
20-88, Houston, North American Geotechnical Company
21-88, Jefferson County boot camp proposal
22-88, HUD, Section 202 regulations slow in Texas
23-88, Galveston, concern about privatization of NMFS Lab, Texas A & M
24-88, San Antonio, Avenida Guadalupe's EDA proposal for Las Tiendas at Plaza Guadalupe project
25-88, Liberty County's Emergency Food Program, FEMA
26-88, Fairfield, new airport proposal
27-88, Texas Heart Institute, Medicare reimbursement proposal
28-88, UTA, National Alcohol Research Center proposal to NIAAA
29-88, Pearsall Public Library, federal publication
30-88, Dallas, Sniderman & Associates SBIR application USAF
31-88, Bellmead, new post office
32-88, San Angelo, postal service
33-88, Kelly AFB civilian furloughs
93-188/207 (01808693)34-88, McCamey, security state bank
35-88, Dallas, MBDC application, Germar Association
36-88, Beaumont Heritage Society is IMS application
37-88, Seguin, Aquatic Center funding
38-88, Greenville, the Pediatric Clinic's concern ABT Medicaid funding
39-88, FEMA, emergency food and shelter funding
40-88, Victoria, possible relocation of FWS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center Station
41-88, Hurst, healthcare's Medicare reimbursement problems
42-88, UTSA, Prefreshman Engineering Program (PREP)
43-88, Gatesville, proposed prison
44-88, IRS, regulations to implement gas excise tax collection
45-88, Caddo Mills, opposed to apartment complex
46-88, Texas Center for Superconductivity at University of Houston
47-88, Beaumont, damaged rail cab
48-88, Galveston Homeport, UTMB's proposal to provide Naval Health Service
49-88, Briscoe County disaster request
50-88, Houston, Sol Lynn Superfund site
51-88, San Antonio, Incarnate Word College complains against USAF
52-88, Houston, Adult Development Center application to NIAAA
53-88, Fort Worth, Heritage Village HUD financing
54-88, Carthage County Hospital
55-88, Eastland, General Hospital
56-88, Commerce, North Hunt County Rural Water Supply Association
57-88, Dallas to Atlanta Amtrak
58-88, Houston, opposition to homeless shelter
60-88, San Antonio, Taft High School request for Navy ROTC unit
61-88, Beeville, EDA project
62-88, La Ward, wastewater system application, Texas CDBG
63-88, Carrizo Springs, USDA tick inspectors
64-88, Midland post office Westside Station
65-88, La Pryor citizens gas cooperative
66-88, San Marcos, abandoned landfill
67-88, Harlingen, Confederate Air Force
68-88, Pearsall, interest in Bechrel's super magnet project
69-88, Medicare, nonparticipating physicians, medical necessity
70-88, Kemah, urban renewal of Kemah Harbor
71-88, Tom Green County, Community Action Council
72-88, GSA, photocopy equipment
73-88, Reese AFB, maintenance contract
74-88, Customs courier regulations
75-88, San Antonio, Fairchild aircraft
76-88, Department of Transportation proposed regulations on anhydrous ammonia
77-88, Harlingen, FTZ application
78-88, Marshall, FTZ application for Conductor Products Inc.
79-88, Harlingen, RGV educational broadcastings NTIA grant
80-88, Calhoun County, Castle Shrimp
81-88, Brownsville, withdrawal of Coast Guard detachment
82-88, Mansfield FmHA financing for multi-family housing project
83-88, Ovilla, change in zip code
84-88, Red Oak, post office
85-88, Dallas, Carrollton Farmer's Branch concern about FSLIC
86-88, UTHSC, AIDS education
93-188/208 (01808172)87-88, Johnson County, interest in VA outpatient clinic to serve Ft. Worth
88-88, Huntsville, Region VI Education Service Center's DOED application
89-88, Mart, Texas, Prairie Hill Water Supply Corporation
90-88, Port of Houston, federal assumption of maintenance projects
91-88, Austin, Texas Disposal Systems, Inc. proposed principal landfill in Creedmoor
92-88, Seagoville, EPA problems
93-88, Waxahachie, proposed elderly housing complex
94-88, Cleveland, Dignity Village for the Senior Citizen
95-88, Rio Grande Valley, Chamber of Commerce EDA grant
96-88, Plano, concerns about library construction
97-88, Lubbock, Texas Tech University's rural physician satellite program
98-88, Beaumont, ENCON Management Inc.'s proposal to Bethlehem Steel
99-88, FEMA, cost of flood plain maps
100-88, FTC Eyeglass II trade regulation ruling
101-88, Asherton, EDA application for new water system
102-88, Cleburne, The Health and Heart Center Medicare reimbursement
103-88, DOE, deep hole project
104-88, UH-Clearlake, NASA proposal for space software
105-88, College Station, KAMU-TV NTIA grant request
106-88, Rio Grande City, Community Action Council of South Texas, rural health program
107-88, Shackelford County brush fire disaster declaration
108-88, Midland, Odessa retirement health endeavor
109-88, Deer Park, Rollings Environmental Services incineration
110-88, Houston, Harrisburg Station Post Office
111-88, Donna, Clean Water Act enforcement
112-88, Grapevine, inclusion of Dallas Road in the PASS program
113-88, Floresville, need for new bridge
114-88, HHS, Teen Pregnancy Committee report
93-188/208 (01808172)115-88, Denton County Probation, Research and Resource Center
116-88, Fort Worth, proposal to rehabilitate Somerset Place
117-88, Laredo, Killam Oil Company
93-188/209 (01844391)118-88, Liberty County, proposed commercial waste disposal facility
119-88, Bridgeport Hospital Medicare certification problems
120-88, The Council for South Texas Economic Progress
121-88, Victoria, Precon Structures, Inc. planned expansion
122-88, Jefferson County, need for wage determination
123-88, Livingston, discharge permit violations
124-88, Victoria, Texas National Bank and Crossroads Bank merger
125-88, Bryan, Brazos Valley Council's DOED application for a community drug program
126-88, Victoria, UH-Victoria's NSF proposal
127-88, Zapata, interest on export/import station at Falcon Dam
128-88, Spring Branch, Specht Crossing bridge
129-88, Austin, Texas Council of Community MH/MR Centers, Inc.
130-88, Dallas, Autistic Treatment Center
131-88, San Antonio, FHA loan limits
132-88, Moore County, Sherrin, Texas ammonia plant restart
133-88, Texas Tech University, organ transplant program, HCFA
134-88, library child care
135-88, Dimmitt, Plains Memorial Hospital
136-88, Mason County hospital needed
137-88, Abilene, low income housing refinancing
138-88, Fort Hood, Darnall Army Community Hospital
139-88, border highway project
140-88, Odessa, Superfund sites Chromium I and II
141-88, Fort Hood, civilian employee RIF
142-88, Woodville, EDA application for water sewer improvements
143-88, Galveston, The Children's Center grant application
144-88, Dripping Springs wastewater systems
145-88, Frio County's Headstart Program
146-88, Lake O' the Pines
147-88, Bell County zip code problem
148-88, Austin Children's Museum DOED application
149-88, UTHSC, University affiliated program in developmental disabilities
150-88, Texas, Motivation Education & Training, Inc. program, DOL
151-88, Maverick County, former border patrol station
152-88, Texas Coalition for Juvenile Justice Youth 2000 Program
153-88, Alamo, EDA sewer grant application
154-88, Liberty, Green Resources HUD projects
155-88, FCC, opposition to syndicated exclusion rule
156-88, UTMB-Galveston Minority Mental Health Research Center
157-88, Medicare reimbursement for subperiosteal procedure
158-88, El Paso, recapitalization of El Paso Savings Association
159-88, Houston, Thomas Jourdan business proposition
160-88, El Paso, William Beaumont Army Medical Center
93-188/210 (01843027)161-88 El Paso, acquisition of First Financial
162-88 Corpus Christi, NJROTC units
163-88 Olney, Graham General Hospital
164-88 Pantego, wants Zip Code
165-88 Walnut Springs, landfill operations
166-88, Texas Southern University, Thurgood Marshall School of Law
167-88, INS, Patrol satellite training facilities
168-88, El Paso, Landmark Medical (Hotel Dieu)
169-88, University of Houston, DOED application National Rehabilitation Engineering Center tech. Transfer
170-88, Customs, FTZ proposed rule: exportation interpretation
[171-88 not included]
172-88, Army, Tactical Explosives System contract
173-88, Medicare, home dialysis reimbursement
174-88, FAA, pilot drug testing
175-88, Texas Department on Aging, shared housing proposals (HHS)
176-88, Houston, Coast Guard vessel traffic service
177-88, Fort Worth, Parent Infant Advocate program (HHS)
178-88, Odell, Post Office
179-88, Port Arthur, renovation of Goodhue Hotel
180-88, Walnut Springs, sewage treatment plant
181-88, Woodrow-Oscola Water Supply Corporation, FMHA application
182-88, Tenaha, HUD allowance for public housing authority
183-88, Coleman County, FmHA water project
184-88, Uvalde, Community Council of Southwest Texas FmHA application
185-88, Houston, River Forest Civic Association concern about Kirkwood Road
186-88, Houston, Houston Residents Citizens Participation Commission CDBG concerns
187-88, Carthage, Panola General Hospital
188-88, Friendswood, Clear Creek Drainage District
189-88, Victoria, Gulf Bend MHMR DOED application
190-88, Live Oak County, disaster request
191-88, Medina County, disaster
192-88, Novice, need for fire equipment
193-88, Canton and Quitman, Social Security office closing
194-88, Azle, highway complaint
195-88, Athens, proposed wire reclaiming incineration plant
196-88, Rio Grande City, need for fire equipment
197-88, Mount Pleasant, need for local address
198-88, Austin, proposed waste to energy plant
199-88, Rice University, NSF proposal to establish a Center for Research on Parallel Computation
200-88, Austin, highway safety improvements to FM 2222
201-88, Edinburg, Region One Education Service Center DOED bilingual application
202-88, Mercedes, Hidalgo and Cameron County Irrigation District
203-88, Lake Somerville
204-88, Bellmead-Corsicana, railroad abandonment
205-88, Burleson County, voting box change (Justice)
206-88, Houston, Varnett Academy
207-88, Austin, proposed Travis County VA clinic
208-88, Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer, sole source designation
209-88, Fannett, NIMBY [Not in My Back Yard] opposition to toxic waste terminal
210-88, Houston, HUD/VA listing in MLS [Multiple Listing Service]
211-88, Pear Valley, post office
212-88, Karnack, Longhorn Ammunition Plant
213-88, Texarkana, renovation of McCartney Hotel for Federal Prison
214-88, Harris County, Juvenile Probation Toyota Foundation grant
215-88, Texas Forestry Association
216-88, HUD, housing discrimination study
217-88, Bandera, FEMA maps
218-88, Laredo State University, USIA grant proposal
219-88, Galveston, Texas trolley
220-88, Lockhart, Lockhart Hospital
93-188/211 (01843173)221-88, Comfort, Community Hospital
222-88, Atlanta, Atlanta Hospital
223-88, Castroville, Medina Lake
224-88, Sulphur Springs, Main Street city grant
225-88, Georgetown/Austin, MoKan expressway
226-88, Abilene Christian University library grant (DOED)
227-88, San Felipe, municipal water supply
228-88, Neches River, Champion property
229-88, Linden, Head Start program
230-88, Foundation for Womens' Resources DOED application
231-88, Texas Institute of Museum Services funding
232-88, Denton, NTSU NSF strategic materials grant proposal
233-88, Greenville, Youth 2000 program, ETSU
234-88, Olney, First National Bank
235-88, San Antonio, Museum Association, EDA grant
236-88, Uvalde Memorial Hospital
237-88, McAllen, Women's Employment Education Service Center
238-88, FDA, AIDS drug approval
239-88, TCADA, DOED program application
240-88, Houston, Seabed Scour Control Systems
241-88, Harris County, hospital district AIDS demonstration grant
242-88, Christian Benevolent District Association of Texas
243-88, McCamey, Holmes Well Service
244-88, West Galveston Bay discharge permit
245-88, UTHC Tyler, pulmonary rehab program
246-88, Austin, reduction in NWS hours
247-88, Orange, Cypress Harbor theme park
248-88, UTHSC SA, pediatrics grant
249-88, Troy, EDA public works project
250-88, Cherokee County, state prison
251-88, Austin, Computer Algorithm Development, SBIR
252-88, Wharton, Victoria Rail abandonment
253-88, Forestburg, fire truck
254-88, Lubbock, Family Care proposal
255-88, Laredo International Airport
256-88, Brownsville, need for a new VA clinic
257-88, Lubbock/Midland/Odessa, MBDC contract
258-88, Corpus Christi, military health care services
259-88, Lake Benbrook
260-88, Beeville UDAG, Hill Country Meats
261-88, Harker Heights, drug prevention program
262-88, Houston, Affiliated Medical Companies Rural health Research Center Grant
263-88, Comal/Guadalupe/Kendall County, adult education program, DOED
264-88, Hunt County, drought disaster
265-88, Lake LBJ
266-88, Fort Worth, Tarantula railroad project
267-88, Texas Alliance for the Mentally Ill
268-88, OSHA, air contamination
269-88, Kingsville Housing Authority
270-88, Humble, State Highway 59 improvements
271-88, Texas Mental Health Association, Parents as Teachers
272-88, Houston, Oak Haven Apartments, Section 202
273-88, New Braunfels, cement factory and West Point Pepperell
93-188/212 (01809200)274-88, Odem, EDA application
275-88, McAllen High School TV
276-88, Tarrant Company, North Fort Worth Health Clinic Board HHS
277-88, Montgomery County 911
278-88, Jasper post office
279-88, Southwest Texas State University, educational opportunity center grant
280-88, Houston, St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital
281-88, Fort Worth national movement for General Worth
282-88, Boerne, visitor-tourist information center
283-88, Beaumont Minority Business Development Center (MBDC)
284-88, McAllen LULAC high school dropout program
285-88, Midland, naming of post office after Carl Hide
286-88, Georgetown, Wastewater Treatment Facility
287-88, Kleberg Company, water exchange through Padre Island Seashore
288-88, EPA, Clean Air Act (CAA)
289-88, Lockney, municipal landfill regulations
290-88, Scenic Loop Volunteer Fire Department
291-88, Pasadena, Interfaith Housing Section 202
292-88, San Antonio Council on Alcoholism
293-88, Burleson County Hospital
294-88, Atascosa, Highway 97
295-88, Presidio Port of International entry
296-88, Collin County, Westminster School District
297-88, Beaumont State Center, MHMR
298-88, Leon County, education for the handicapped
299-88, Donna, Enterprise Zone application to Texas Department of Commerce
300-88, Corpus Christi, Padres drug program
301-88, Education for amnesty immigrants
302-88, Texas Children's Hospital
2V226Correspondence, case snapshot
93-188/212 (01809200)303-88, Rural South Texas Economic Development Corporation
304-88, El Paso, citizens against toxic storage
305-88, Tertiary-Quaternary studies
306-88, Madisonville Hospital
307-88, Austin, French Embassy HUD project
308-88, Mobile Med Labs Inc.
309-88, Beaumont, A-76 review of reserve fleet
310-88, Mesquite, flood plan
311-88, Bryan/College Station, Texas A & M childcare facility
312-88, Austin, Parents Anonymous of Texas
313-88, US Postal Service, mailing allergy serum
314-88, Galveston, Todd Shipyards
315-88, FWS, waterfowl regulations
316-88, San Antonio, Performing Arts Center
317-88, Conroe, Section 202 housing
318-88, Mesquite, Section 202 housing
319-88, Austin, Section 202 housing
320-88, Port Lavaca, Section 202 housing
321-88, Brownsville, essential air service to San Antonio, Braniff
93-188/213 (01808478)322-88, Formosa Plastics
323-88, Roaring Springs water problem
324-88, Texas College at Osteopathic Medicine
325-88, Baylor College of Medicine
326-88, Coastal Bend Sierra Club
327-88, Alamo Resources Water Conservation District, Clean Water Act
328-88, Fort Worth, federal prison for women
329-88, Dallas, Spring Creek Forest Preserve
330-88, Hidalgo Co., Partners for Self Sufficiency
331-88, East Texas timber cut woodpeckers
332-88, Helores economic development
333-88, Wilmer, solid waste dumping
334-88, Radar detector ban
335-88, Fort Worth opposition to Soldiers Housing and Retirement Equity (SHARE) housing plan
336-88, Rio Grande City, rural health care initiative funding
337-88, Pennington post office
338-88, Farmersville, narrow bridges
339-88, Liberty City, needs post office
340-88, Burleson, Section 202, project for the elderly
341-88, Baytown, USX Co. facility
342-88, Sheppard AFB, Tech training center relocation
343-88, Texas A & M railroad tracks
344-88, Austin, Anderson Lane post office
345-88, El Paso, Fort Bliss UNICOR employees
346-88, El Paso, Southwest AIDS Committee
347-88, Floresville, Wilson County Memorial Hospital

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