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April zogen die amerikanischen Truppen in den Ort ein. Insgesamt 18 Einwohner starben bei den Geschehnissen. Im Krieg sterben insgesamt Eiserfelder. Die Stadt Eiserfeld wurde am 1. Die Zahl vom 6. Juni wurden die Einwohnerzahlen im Hinblick auf die bevorstehenden Gemeindezusammenlegungen ermittelt.

Der Stadt Eiserfeld wurde am 5. August des Amtes Eiserfeld weiter. Blasonierungen Wappen von Ein zweiter Aussichtsturm steht bereits seit auf dem Gilberg zwischen der Eiserfelder Ortsmitte und der Hengsbach. Zudem gibt es das Glockenmuseum Eiserfeld sowie das Heimathaus des Eiserfelder Heimatvereins in der Ortsmitte, in dem Geschichte und Leben in Eiserfeld ausgestellt sind.

Sign in front of the inverter hall, photographed in spring , 3. Etzenricht Switchyard August Waldeck Pumped Storage Station in German: Power house of Waldeck I. Empty Waldeck I Upper Reservoir. Waldeck II Upper Reservoir. Electrical substation of Waldeck Pumped Storage Station. Civil air traffic at Frankfurt Airport in BAB 7 approaching Hamburg. Kirchdorf is a municipality in the district of Diepholz, in Lower Saxony, Germany. Wappen Kirchdorf Landkreis Diepholz.

Anbindung an die kV-Leitung Rommerskirchen—Hoheneck. Other activities and events IX. Discussion on agenda items for the next Committee meeting. Discussion to set date, time, and location of future Committee meetings. Box , Austin, TX , , www. Austin Building N. Congress Austin, Texas Monday, October 1, at Call to order 1. Michael Patrick Burris 2. Discussion and possible action regarding time and agenda items for next meeting 3.

Adjourn Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, any requests for reasonable accommodation needed by persons wishing to attend this meeting should call Amber Hinton at This prohibition applies to both concealed and open carry handguns. Call to Order II. The Board reserves the right to act on any information items.

Items to be presented are as follows: AGENDA 1 Call to Order 2 Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation 3 The next regular Board of Directors meeting will be held on Monday, November 5, 4 Approval of the minutes of the September 10, board meeting 5 Approval of bills paid 6 Review of the financial statement 7 Board member comments 8 Communication from Aqua members, new service applicants, or any individual impacted by Aqua's activities - limit to 3 minutes each 9 Discuss and take action on authorizing a construction contract for Red Town Road Water Line Replacement 10 Discuss and take action on recognizing the feasibility of providing water service to Loya Ranch Subdivision.

General Manager's Report b. Subdivision Development Report c. Engineering Report-Construction Progress d. Retail water certificate of convenience and necessity issues associated with the City of Bastrop and Bastrop County and any related matters c. Approving the actions of the General Manager relating to the purchase of tract 5. League of United Latin Am. Tramm th Montgomery Cty. Consider and take action on recommendation s regarding matters deliberated in closed session.

Consider future agendas J. Nora de Hoyos Comstock Dr. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Citizen's Communication [3 minutes each] 5. President's Administrative Report [Estimated Time - 3 minutes] 7. Molly Beth Malcolm [Estimated Time - 30 minutes] 8.

Executive Session The Board may go into executive session to deliberate on any item specifically listed on this agenda under the Open Meeting Act based on the following potential exceptions under the Act: Board Member Closing Comments Introduction of committee members and TxDOT staff. Approval of the final Texas Port Capital Program. Select next meeting date and location.

The Maritime Division may be reached by phone at ; by email at Stephanie. Joanne Wright, Deputy General Counsel, Consideration and action on pooling applications: Enhanced Energy Partners Corp.

MF, Pecos County MF, Reeves County MF, Winkler County WildHorse Resources Management Co. Consideration and action on highway rights-of-way: Wandoo Energy, LLC, 1. Gibson Survey, A, Yoakum County 4. Survey, A, Martin County 5. Frostwood Energy, LLC, 9. Consideration and action on production sharing agreement applications: MF, Webb County 2.

MF, Webb County 3. Segundo Navarro Drilling, Ltd. MF, La Salle County 4. MF, Midland County 5. Mewbourne Oil Company, State Leases: MF, Loving County D. Consideration and possible action on proposed disposition of Permanent School Fund land by direct sale, File No.

Consideration and possible action on proposed settlement in State v. Consideration and possible action on proposed settlement of litigation against Occidental West Texas Overthrust, Inc. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services are requested to contact Leslie Stevens at least two 2 working days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

The Board may reopen any Agenda Item during the meeting. Report from Rules Committee IV. Discussion and possible action regarding 37 TAC Section Executive Session as authorized under Section It is necessary to conduct this special meeting by telephone because it was difficult or impossible to convene a quorum in one place in a timely manner and the action on the agenda is of sufficient urgency to be considered and acted upon prior to the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board on November 15, Special Called Board of Regents Meeting Some members of the Board may be present at the meeting but the remaining members of the Board will participate via telephone conference call from remote locations.

Report and Action from Executive Session 1. Approval is requested to delegate authority to the Chancellor to negotiate BOR-1 and execute contracts for the design and construction of the Quadrangle Replacement Housing Project at the University of Houston Action: Approval is requested to delegate authority to the Chancellor to negotiate BOR-2 and execute contracts for the design and construction of the Quadrangle Replacement Housing Project at the University of Houston - University of Houston Action: Austin, TX 1.

Review and accept August 7, , meeting minutes 3. Review and prioritize the Intellectual and Developmental Disability System Redesign Advisory Committee recommendations regarding Texas Home Living services transition to managed care 4. Review and prioritize Transition to Managed Care Subcommittee legislative recommendations 5. Benefits of electronic health records systems developed specifically for special needs populations and their integration with telehealth 6.

Future agenda, action items, and recommendations 8. People with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Allen at at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made. Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Jimmy Blanton, Director, Health Quality Institute, Health and Human Services Commission, , jimmy.

Austin, Texas 1. Prioritize Advance Care Planning c. Expand Palliative Care Workforce d. Incentivize Supportive Palliative Care Programs e. Establish a statewide Palliative Care Dashboard f.

Seek a Balanced Response to the Opioid Crisis 3. Next steps for the legislative report 4. Palliative care continuing education event 5. Action items for staff or member follow-up 6. Adjourn Public comment may be taken on any agenda item. People who wish to submit written testimony for public comment may do so either by hard copy or electronically. The address for hardcopy submission is: The address for electronic submission is: People with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and require auxiliary aids or services should contact Blanton at at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.

Meeting Called to Order 2. Approval of Minutes 5. Citizens' Comments Citizen's Comments may be limited to three minutes per person. Introductions and Announcements 7.

Citizens' Advisory Committee 8. In accordance with Chapter of the Texas Government Code, Subchapter D, the Board may convene in a closed session to discuss any of the following items or others as provided by Section B Deliberate and consider the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property, in accordance with Section C Deliberate and consult regarding prospective gifts, in accordance with Section D Deliberate and consider personnel matters in accordance with Section The Board reserves the right to retire into executive session concerning any of the items listed on this Agenda whenever it is considered necessary and legally justified under the Open Meetings Act Chapter of the Texas Government Code.

Action Item s Resulting from Executive Session Citizens' Comments Citizens' Comments may be limited to three minutes per person. Citizens' Advisory Committee Report 8. Notice is hereby given pursuant to the requirements of the Open Meeting Act Section October 02, from 9: IH 35, Kyle, Texas: The proposed agenda will be as follows. First Order of Business A. Introduction of Guests D.

Executive Director's Report 1. Approval of Consent Items 1. Accounts Receivable Report D. Curriculum Services Report F. Accountability and Compliance Services Report G. Student Support Services Report I. Technology Services Report J. Adult Education Services Report L. Closed Session will be held for purposes permitted by Government Code , Section The Board reserves the right to take agenda items out of order at the presiding officer's discretion. Hear Public Comment 4. Review August meeting minutes 5.

Declare Conflicts of Interest 6. Report on the committee's September meeting c. Report on the committee's September meeting and next steps. Report on the committee's work to update the Board's strategic plan. Report on the system's performance and production. Report on the Board's budget and expenditures. Briefing on system efforts for returning citizens and incarcerated individuals.

Look at the Economy. Report on current employment data and economic trends. Take Up Other Business. Report Card Committee meets October Texas Workforce Conference in Houston, November Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Please contact H-GAC at Deaf, hard-of-hearing or speech-impaired customers may contact: Equal opportunity is the law.

Box Houston, Texas Call to order II. HCCAA reserves the right to adjourn into Executive Session on any of the above posted agenda items in accordance with the sections Establish quorum, call to order, invocation and introduction 2.

Placement on the Consent Agenda does not limit the possibility of any presentation, discussion or approval at this meeting. Approval of Minutes of the August 7, regular meeting b. Approval of Agency Reports: Direct Client Assistance iii. Program Performance Targets iv.

Approval of Program Reports i. Child Care Assistance iii. Head Start Transportation xii. Financial Activity by Program xvi. Approval of Head Start documents: Head Start Annual Report ii. Receive report from Executive Committee meeting held on September 20, in regard to performance appraisal of the Executive Director 7. Executive Director's report - Debra Thomas a.

Update on current grants b. Rolling Plains Management Corporation Board of Directors reserves the right to adjourn into closed session at any time during the course of this meeting to discuss any of the matters listed in the above agenda. Before any closed meeting is convened, the presiding officer will publicly identify the section or sections of the Act authorizing the closed meeting.

All final votes, actions, or decisions will be taken in open meeting. Call to order; roll call. Discussion and possible action regarding the termination of a campaign treasurer appointment for the following inactive individuals: Report more than 30 days late: Discussion and possible action regarding the imposition of an additional fine on the following filers: Personal Financial Statements 1. Lawrence Wade Johnson 2. Aldape III 4. Discussion and possible action on the approval of a format for electronic filing of campaign finance reports, as proposed by Lee County.

Seana Willing, Executive Director. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, an individual with a disability must have an equal opportunity for effective communication and participation in public meetings. Upon request, the Texas Ethics Commission will provide auxiliary aids and services, such as interpreters for the deaf and hearing impaired, readers, and large print or Braille documents. In determining the type of auxiliary aid or service, the Commission will give primary consideration to the individual's request.

Those requesting auxiliary aids or services should notify Margie Castellanos at or RELAY Texas at two days before this meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Please also contact Ms.

Castellanos if you need assistance in having English translated into Spanish. Executive session pursuant to Section Discussion of pending litigation to seek legal advice relating to the following: Texas Ethics Commission v. Michael Quinn Sullivan v. Tom Ramsay in his individual capacity, et al.

Discussion and seeking legal advice regarding the TEC's rulemaking authority. Discussion and seeking legal advice regarding referrals and orders under Subchapter F Enforcement , Chapter , Texas Government Code.

Reconvene in open session. The Texas Lottery Commission will call the meeting to order. Pledge of Allegiance to the U. Consideration of the status and possible approval of orders in enforcement cases: B - Concho Rainbow, Inc. Commission may meet in Executive Session: District Court Cause No. Texas Lottery Commission Travis Co.

DGN State of Texas v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, et al. State of Texas v. Texas Lottery Commission, et al. Legal advice regarding any item on this open meeting agenda. Return to open session for further deliberation and possible action on any matter posted for discussion in Executive Session. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who need auxiliary aids or services such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, readers, large print or Braille, should contact Debbie Jamieson at at least four 4 work days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

All agenda items are subject to possible discussion, questions, consideration, and action by the Legislative and Public Affairs Committee of the Board of the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Committee.

Agenda item numbers are assigned for ease of reference only and do not necessarily reflect the order of their consideration by the Committee. The Committee reserves the right to discuss any items in executive session where authorized by the Open Meetings Act. A quorum of the Board of the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Board may be present at this meeting for information-gathering and discussion. However, Board members who are not Committee members will not vote on any Committee agenda items, nor will any Board action be taken.

Roll Call and Establishment of Quorum 2. The Committee may enter into closed session under one or more of the following provisions of the Texas Open Meetings Act, Government Code, Chapter Action Items from Executive Session 9.

Adjournment The Committee will allow an open comment period to receive public comment on any agenda item or other matter that is under the jurisdiction of the Committee. No action will be taken on matters that are not part of the agenda for the meeting.

For subjects that are not otherwise part of the agenda for the meeting, Committee members may respond in accordance with Government Code, Section Agenda items may be presented by the named presenters or other TxDMV staff. Pursuant to Sections Any individual with a disability who plans to attend this meeting and requires auxiliary aids or services should notify the department as far in advance as possible, but no less than two days in advance, so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Contact Carrie Fortner by telephone at Sarah Swanson, Associate General Counsel, Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Exxon Mobil Corporation in Harris County; RN; for air quality violations pursuant to Tex. Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Intergulf Corporation in Harris County; RN; for air quality violations pursuant to Tex.

Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of the City of Celina in Collin County; RN; for water quality violations pursuant to Tex. Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties against and requiring certain actions of Montgomery County in Montgomery County; RN; for petroleum storage tank violations pursuant to Tex.

Consideration of a Default Order assessing administrative penalties against Young J. Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of the City of Frost in Navarro County; RN; for public drinking water violations pursuant to Tex.

Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of the City of Lueders in Jones County; RN; for public drinking water violations pursuant to Tex. Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of E. Consideration of an Agreed Order assessing administrative penalties and requiring certain actions of Ricardo Water Supply Corporation in Kleberg County; RN; for public drinking water violations pursuant to Tex.

Consideration of a Default Order assessing administrative penalties against and requiring certain actions of Billy Jack Stone in Parker County; RN; for water quality violations pursuant to Tex. Consideration for a petition for rulemaking under Section The petitioner requested that the commission amend Section In the interest of time, speakers will be limited to three minutes each, with the total time for public comment limited to one hour.

Please note that the Commission's discussion of subjects for which public notice has not been given are limited to statements of specific factual responses and recitation of existing policy. The Commission may also meet in open meeting to take action on this matter as required by Section Item 29 Docket No. The Commission will conduct a closed meeting to deliberate the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of the Commission's Executive Director, General Counsel, Chief Clerk, Public Interest Counsel, or Chief Auditor as permitted by Section Item 30 Docket No.

The Commission will conduct a closed meeting to discuss the employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of a specific Commission employee s as permitted by Section Item 31 Docket No. The Commission will conduct a closed meeting to discuss their duties, roles, and responsibilities as Commissioners of the TCEQ pursuant to Section Discussion regarding outreach efforts and activities by the Board.

The Board will receive comments on the draft flood assessment. The Board will receive comments from the public on any matters within the jurisdiction of the TWDB, with the exception of matters which are subject to the ex parte prohibition found in Texas Government Code Section The Board may adjourn into Executive Session and conduct a closed meeting to consider any item on this agenda if a matter is raised that is appropriate for the Board to conduct a private consultation with its attorney on a matter in which the duty of the attorney to the governmental body under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with Chapter of the Texas Government Code.

The Board may also conduct a closed meeting to receive legal advice and discuss pending or contemplated litigation, settlement offers, or the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline or dismissal of specific Board employees, including the Executive Administrator and General Counsel, as permitted by Sections The Board may also meet in open meeting to take action on legal or personnel matters considered in the closed meeting as required by Section Other meetings may be scheduled and will be posted in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act.

These meetings will be hosted by teleconference and are open to all members of the public. Please contact ashley txsilc. For more information about the SPIL, please visit our website: Emergency Management Meeting Dates: Box ; Austin, TX or This meeting will be web-cast on the Coordinating Board's website at: Welcome, introductions, and call to order 2.

Review of meeting procedures 3. Consideration and approval of Summary Notes from the May 16, meeting 4. Update on and discussion of the Strategic Plan for Graduate Education 6. Discussion of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary program characteristics, definitions, and distinctions 7. Discussion of capacity and expansion of graduate programs 8. Discussion of student support characteristics and considerations Discussion of microcredential characteristics, definitions, and considerations Discussion of online graduate education Update on Coordinating Board activities Discussion of future agenda items Adjournment Individuals who may require auxiliary aids or services for this meeting should contact Tonia Scaperlanda ADA Coordinator, at In addition, please note that the written communication required by Texas Penal Code Sections The subjects to be discussed, considered, or upon which any formal action may be taken are as listed below.

Please note that the sequence of items given in the posting is only approximate and that the order of individual items may be adjusted as necessary. Public comments on the Report c. Action Items for Consideration by Consent a. Consider approval of Board Minutes for the Meeting held on August 22, b. Consider approval of the Textbook Adoption Committee members V. Consider approval of a Budget Amendment VI. Superintendent report on site visits, progress on initiatives, and district or campus events including graduations, open houses, and safety plans b.

School data report c. Meetings of the University Charter School Advisory Board are open to the public except for any posted executive session held in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act.

Persons interested in attending Board meetings and desiring communication or other special accommodations should contact the University of Texas Board of Regents Office at least two working days prior to the meeting. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are asked to contact Anne Mosher, Department of State Health Services, phone , 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements may be made.

Rapid Assessment Subcommittee - Dr. Members of the public who wish to speak during the Public Comment period must be physically present. The Chair may establish and announce limitations on speakers, including time limits and when speakers may address the Task Force. To access the webcast, please refer to the HHS website at https: Review and adopt August 8, , meeting minutes 3. Texas Workforce Commission employment data parameters related to career counseling, job referrals, and milestones achieved 4.

Home and community-based settings day habilitation remediation plan 5. Review and prioritize the Intellectual Developmental Disabilities carve-in and legislative recommendations for Day Habilitation and Employment Services Subcommittee 8. Future agenda items 9. Texas Workforce Commission employment data parameters related to career counseling, job referrals and milestones achieved 4.

Home and community-based settings day habilitation remediation plan update 5. Call meeting to order at 6: Establish a quorum 3. Open Public Forum 5. October 03, from 9: Call the roll 3. Read minutes and approve for October 5, 4.

Discuss and review Ag. Discuss and review local Ag values 7. Opportunity for Public Comment. Approve minutes from September 5, meeting.

Recommend approval of updated Congestion Management Plan. Recommend approval of updated Regional Multimodal Plan. Public input received through September 30, Discussion on any of the following topics if needed: Special Funding for Projects; h.

Status of MPO Projects; j. Meeting called to order - Kal Kincaid, Chairman 1. Review the Operation, Maintenance and Capital Budget for Consider and act upon making a recommendation to the Board for water rates effective January 1, Consider and act upon making a recommendation to the Board for the Operation, Maintenance and Capital Budget for Consider and act upon making a recommendation to the Board for the self-funded health insurance program.

Consider and act upon items discussed in Executive Session. Citizens to be heard 3. Discussion and deliberation on the CIAC findings report procedure. Box Fort Stockton, TX Introduction of Member Districts and other persons in attendance.

Approval of Minutes of December 13, meeting. Public Comment Period 8. Set next meeting date and preliminary agenda 9. Discussion about policy for Texas Ethics Commission spokesperson. Approve minutes for the following meetings: Thompson - reconsideration 3. Kelly Sullivan 6. Cheryl Surber 8. Daniel " Dan " Wyde 7. Discussion and possible action to waive or reduce the late-filing penalty in connection with a corrected report or to determine whether the corrected report as originally filed substantially complied with the applicable law for the following individuals and political committees: Ana Lisa Garza 2.

Katherine Elizabeth " Katy " Boatman 3. Roman James Alfred McAllen 9. Sheri Soltes Carlos Antonio Raymond Greg Hitt Claudia Natali Hurtado Kristin Tassin Guadalupe " Lupe " Valdez Discussion of Advisory Opinion Request No. Whether a judge or a candidate for judicial office may use public resources for campaign purposes, and whether an associate judge may wear judicial robes and use the title " associate judge " in political advertising.

This opinion request construes sections Update regarding Advisory Opinion Request No. This opinion request was withdrawn by the requestor. Discussion of unfinished business from the Public Meeting Agenda for October 3, All agenda items are subject to possible discussion, questions, consideration, and action by the Board of the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Board.