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House Committee on State Office Rentals, Special - 46th R.S. (1939)

Committee: House State Office Rentals, Special
Title: Report
Library Catalog Title: Report of the Committee pursuant to House simple resolution no. 105
Subjects: Permanent School Fund, Texas | State agencies | State buildings |
Library Call Number: H.J. of Tex., 46th Leg., R.S. 4417 (1939)
Session: 46th R.S. (1939)
Online version: View report [5 pages  File size: 248 kb]
Charge: This report should address the charge below.
1. Contact the various state departments and agencies now paying rentals for office space within the city limits of Austin; that said committee advise the with the Board of Control and State Auditor, and secure from them any information they may have on the above subject; that said committee contact the architect now employed by the Board of Control, and ascertain from him on estimates furnished by said architect the least space which would be required to house the different agencies and departments now paying rentals and approximate the cost of building and equipping the same, taking advantage of any and all materials which the State might secure for the least monetary consideration; that the committee contact those state agencies which are operating in conjunction with the federal goverment, and paying rentals from funds made available by the state; that this committee be authorized and instructed to begin their investigations immediately to the end that the information may be available to the Legislature at the earliest possbile date.

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