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Border Economic Development Task Force - 69th R.S. (1985)

Committee Members
W.N. 'Billy' Hall, Jr.
Don Lee
Alex Moreno
Nicolas Perez
H. Tati Santiesteban
Hector Uribe
Public members
Garcia Ruben, Chair
Henry B. Ellis, Vice Chair
Rep. Glen Roney, Vice Chair
Ben Barnes
John K. Best
Manuel B. Bravo
R.M. Duffey, Jr.
Rene Gracida
Bill Meyers
Ricardo Rios
A.R. Sanchez, Sr.
Marie Tarvin-Garland
Merced Perez Trevino
Randy Whittington
  • Identify major constraints to economic development in the Border region.
  • Based upon existing studies, public perceptions, expert testimony, and other appropriate sources, identify priority economic development issues in the region.
  • Assess the feasibility of successfully impacting factors identified as critical to the growth and prosperity of the Border region.
  • Develop an agenda and implementation schedule of actions with a high probability of contributing to employment expansion, economic diversification, and other activities that will increase economic activity in the Border region.
  • Identify, to the greatest degree practicable, appropriate resources for proposed actions.
  • Assess the major factors shaping the border economy; evaluate the potential for positive change, and recommend ways of addressing priority economic development needs of the region.

Senate members and public members Randy Whittington, Rene Gracida, Glen Roney, A.R. Sanchez and Ben Barnes appointed by the Lieutenant Governor 12/9/1985. (Letters from William P. Hobby, Lieutenant Governor of Texas, December 9, 1985. See Lieutenant Governor Hobby Appointments, L1801.1 P926la 1981-86 2.)

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