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Committee: House Real Property Data Collection, Reporting, and Assessment, Select
Title: Interim Report
Subjects: Risk Management, State Office of | State buildings | State land |
Library Call Number: L1836.84 R229H
Session: 84th R.S. (2015)
Online version: View report [10 pages]
Charge: This report should address the charge below.
1. Study the potential ways to ensure that the state is able to identify, track, and maintain information on the location, condition, and replacement value of all real property owned by the state.
Committee: Senate State Real Property Data Collection, Reporting, and Assessment, Select
Title: Interim Report
Subjects: General Land Office | Legislative Budget Board, Texas | Property insurance | Public colleges and universities | Risk Management, State Office of | State agencies | State buildings | State land | Texas State Capitol complex |
Library Call Number: L1836.84 R229
Session: 84th R.S. (2015)
Online version: View report [10 pages]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. Study the potential benefits of maintaining a comprehensive database of all real property owned by the state.
2. Study the potential financial loss to the state that could result from the state owning uninsured and underinsured real property.
3. Study any efficiencies or cost savings potentially achieved by requiring the General Land Office to submit the annual report required under Section 31.157, Natural Resources Code, to the Texas Department of Transportation, the Employees Retirement System of Texas, and the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.
4. Study the potential benefits or burdens, including administrative burdens, of requiring each state agency and institution of higher education to report information on the real property it possesses, at the same time and in a uniform manner, to a single entity, and how often the information should be reported.
5. Study which state agency is best suited to collect information on all real property owned by the state and the appropriate method for collecting this information.
6. Study the information that is currently reported by state agencies and institutions of higher education regarding real property of which agencies and institutions have charge and control.
7. Study the distinction between state agencies and institutions of higher education that report information on real property owned by the state as compared to state agencies and institutions of higher education that collect information for a report on real property owned by the state.
8. Study information determined by the Legislative Budget Board as necessary for the State Office of Risk Management to conduct an insurable state asset study to develop a statewide strategy that will ensure all real property owned by the state is adequately insured.
9. Study how often the State Office of Risk Management should submit an insurable state asset study to the legislature.
10. Study the results of the appraisal required by Subsection (e) of this section, and the potential loss to the state by inadequately insuring the Capitol Complex, as defined by Section 443.0071, Government Code.
11. Study other potential ways to ensure that the state is able to identify, track, and maintain a database of the location, condition, and replacement value of all real property owned by the state.
Committee: House State Affairs
Title: Interim Report
Library Catalog Title: House Committee on State Affairs, Texas House of Representatives interim report, 2010
Subjects: Alternative energy | Climate change | Electric power plants | Electricity supplies | Electricity transmission and distribution | Energy conservation | State buildings | Undocumented immigrants | Water conservation |
Library Call Number: L1836.81 St29h
Session: 81st R.S. (2009)
Online version: View report [74 pages  File size: 1,777 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. Review state compliance with federal law regarding undocumented immigrants. Evaluate the costs of services and benefits provided to undocumented immigrants by state agencies and local governments.
2. Examine state policy on "green" technologies for all state buildings and costs associated with such implementation.
3. Monitor federal legislation and regulatory initiatives pertaining to climate change and its effects on utilities and consumers. Consider Texas' response to proposals and make recommendations as to any further preparations.
4. Examine the state's portfolio of electric generation resources, including traditional sources, emerging renewable technologies, and energy efficiency. Determine whether the existing state regulatory programs and incentives are adequate to meet the energy needs of the future. Consider factors relating to reliability, requirements for additional transmission, or auxiliary services. Joint Interim Charge with House Committee on Energy Resources
5. Monitor the agencies and programs under the committee's jurisdiction.
Committee: Senate Government Organization
Title: Interim Report
Library Catalog Title: Interim report to the 81st Legislature
Subjects: Background checks | Building codes | Energy conservation | Green building | Occupational licenses | State buildings | State land |
Library Call Number: L1836.80 G747o
Session: 80th R.S. (2007)
Online version: View report [68 pages  File size: 2,880 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. Study the function, structure, funding and operations of the State Energy Conservation Office (SECO). Identify opportunities to maximize the impact and further the mission of SECO, and support SECO's role in achieving energy efficiency reporting requirements and targets established through legislation.
2. Examine criminal background check requirements across Texas health and human service, law enforcement, and education agencies, as well as other licensed professionals. Determine best practices, develop cross-agency standards, and make recommendations for reducing costs and streamlining the process.
3. Study the economic and security costs and benefits, both short-term and long-term, of adoption of an open document format for state-created documents.
4. Study whether Texas should adopt high performance building standards. In light of the potential impact of Texas' population growth on the need for electricity and water, study whether high performance buildings can cost-effectively lower utility costs and make more efficient use of natural resources.
5. Study options for developing a new master-planned campus to serve the needs of state government and provide for future growth. Consider locations accessible to the government center, as well as relative property values and lease rates. Consider divestiture of certain real estate assets within Travis County to take advantage of favorable market conditions and the cost and benefits of reducing reliance on leased facilities. Coordinate activities with the Texas Facility Commission and the General Land Office.
6. Monitor the implementation of legislation addressed by the Government Organization Committee, 80th Legislature, Regular Session, and make recommendations for any legislation needed to improve, enhance, and/or complete implementation.
Committee: House State Affairs
Title: Interim Report
Library Catalog Title: House Committee on State Affairs, Texas House of Representatives interim report, 2004 : a report to the House of Representatives, 79th Texas Legislature
Subjects: Parental notification of abortion | Social Security numbers | State buildings | State government reorganization |
Library Call Number: L1836.78 St29h
Session: 78th R.S. (2003)
Online version: View report [73 pages  File size: 373 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. Review the process and appropriateness for naming public buildings for individuals.
2. Review and consider all issues related to disclosure protections for an individual's social security number to a member of the public in certain circumstances without the person's written consent.
3. Gather and study statistical information concerning judicial proceedings to bypass parental notification of a minor's abortion.
4. Monitor agencies and programs under the committee's jurisdiction, including identifying possible ways to merge or streamline agency functions to produce long-term financial benefits to the state and better efficiency of the agencies.
Committee: House General Investigating
Title: Interim Report
Library Catalog Title: House Committee on General Investigating, Texas House of Representatives interim report, 2000 : a report to the House of Representatives, 77th Texas Legislature.
Subjects: Dentists | Education, Texas State Board of | General Services Commission, Texas | Homeland security | Investment managers | Medicaid | Medicaid fraud | Permanent School Fund, Texas | Persons with disabilities | Public Safety, Texas Department of | Risk Management, State Office of | State buildings | State employees | State government contracts | State Preservation Board | Stock investments | Texas Council on Purchasing from People with Disabilities | Texas Health Steps Program | Texas State Capitol |
Library Call Number: L1836.76 g286
Session: 76th R.S. (1999)
Online version: View report [85 pages  File size: 495 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. Investigate allegations of excessive use of crowns and other aggressive dental procedures by certain providers in the Medicaid program.
2. Investigate recent actions of the State Board of Education relating to its management of the Permanent School Fund.
3. Review the security resources available to protect state employees and state buildings.
4. Review the program and processes by which disabled workers are afforded priority in certain state procurements, including the roles of the General Services Commission, the Council for Purchasing from People with Disabilities, and the Texas Industries for the Blind and Handicapped.
Committee: House Public Safety
Title: Interim report
Library Catalog Title: Committee on Public Safety, Texas House of Representatives interim report, 1992 : a report to the House of Representatives, 73rd Texas Legislature.
Subjects: 911 emergency telephone service | At-risk youth | Cellular telephones | Concealed weapons | Gangs | Gun control | Gun laws | Guns | Homeland security | Law enforcement | Law Enforcement, Texas Commission on | Liability | Peace officers | Police officers | Police pursuits | Polygraph Examiners Board, Texas | Private Security Bureau, Texas | Public Safety, Texas Department of | Right to Carry Act | State buildings | Texas State Capitol |
Library Call Number: L1836.72 p96s
Session: 72nd R.S. (1991)
Online version: View report [119 pages  File size: 5,613 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. Monitor and oversee legislation enacted during the 72nd regular and Special Called Sessions that was considered by the Committee on Public Safety; Performance Audit Review Recommendations; and any agency-initiated changes.
2. Carry out budget and oversight responsibilities for all agencies, boards, and commissions listed in Rule 3, Section 27. A. Monitor and oversee documentation of salary increases. B. Verify the number and status of outcomes and outputs as identified in the Appropriations Bill (HB 1, 72nd Legislature, 1st Called Session). C. Review agencies' existing performance standards and determine whether new standards are needed.
3. Study the process by which peace officers are commissioned by public, private, and quasi-public entities and to study the conflict of jurisdictional powers and limitations of officers commissioned by entities with limited geographic boundaries.
4. Coordinate with and monitor the Criminal Jurisprudence committee's study on youth crime and gangs.
5. Study the location of the Law Enforcement Management Institute as authorized by Article 415.092, Government Code.
6. Study the feasibility of implementing and funding an emergency network for mobile phone users similar to the 911 available to general phone users.
7. Study the indemnification and civil liability of peace officers involved in incidents or accidents while carrying out in good faith the official duties of their office.
8. Study the current state and federal laws concerning the right to carry weapons by citizens and other non-commissioned peace officers and to study possible policy alternatives surrounding the issue of allowing citizens to legally carry weapons.
9. Study the current organizational status of the Capitol Police Department and study the impact that the Capitol restoration will have on the security of the Capitol.
Committee: House Appropriations
Title: Interim report
Library Catalog Title: Interim report to the 69th Texas Legislature, Texas House of Representatives / Appropriations Committee.
Subjects: Computers and government | Databases | Distributed electricity generation | Electric power plants | Energy conservation | Government travel costs | Health insurance | Job training programs | State agencies | State agency budgets | State budgets | State buildings | State employees | Tuition | University finance | Welfare-to-work |
Library Call Number: L1836.68 ap65
Session: 68th R.S. (1983)
Online version: View report [55 pages  File size: 1,748 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. To monitor all activities and have budget oversight responsibilities for those agencies, boards and commissions as listed in Rule 3, Section 2.
2. To investigate the feasibility of having state offices in foreign countries for use of various state agencies, including but not limited to: a. The Department of Agriculture b. The Industrial Commission c. The Tourist Development Agency
3. To review the capital outlay requirements of various facilities operated by the state in order to: a. Determine the need for state-owned floor space in Travis County. b. Set priorities in regards to the capital outlay of all state agencies and institutions.
4. To review state employees group insurance to: a. Determine the most cost effective bidding procedures available to the state. b. Examine alternatives to reducing state costs for the employees' group health insurance program.
5. To have interim oversight of all automated services in state government to: a. Determine the role of automation in state government. b. Research the possibility of coordination of automated services of small state agencies into a Central Automated System.
6. To review the travel policies and the transportation needs of state agencies to: a. Analyze the necessity of travel and the reimbursement policies of state agencies and institutions. b. Consider the feasibility of advanced telecommunication in lieu of travel. c. Explore the feasibility of having a motor pool for all Austin based state agencies. d. Examine the use of TDC in repairing and reconditioning state owned vehicles.
7. To review funding sources and general revenue to determine: a. Policies concerning estimates of local income as an offset to general funding. b. The appropriate policy in the application of indirect cost as it relates to federal and private funding in the method of financing state agencies and institutions. c. The impact of general rider provisions, with particular emphasis of Sec. 67, Art. V, as it relates to proportional funding of selected agencies. d. Review budget and agency policies (including salary, leave, and travel policies) of those agencies whose budgets are not controlled by the General Appropriations Act.
8. To study the possibility of state agencies and institutions developing sources of energy for their own consumption.
9. To conduct a comparative study to determine the most effective means of helping the welfare-unemployed enter the state work force.
10. To review in cooperation with the House Committee on Higher Education in tuitional policies of institutions of higher education as it pertains to exemptions, particularly in payment of tuition of out-of-state students.
11. To review planning and coordination of research by state agencies for the purpose of recommending those changes which will improve effectiveness and utility of the research product. Review shall include, but not be limited to: a. Research funded through state appropriations, federal grants, private grants, and interagency contracts.
12. To review the advantages and disadvantages of annual vs. biennial appropriations.
Committee: House Cultural and Historical Resources
Title: Interim report
Library Catalog Title: To the speaker and members of the Texas House of Representatives, 69th Legislature : report of the Committee on Cultural and Historical Resources, House of Representatives, state of Texas, 68th Legislature.
Subjects: Antiquities Code of Texas | Burial sites | Cemeteries | Commission on the Arts, Texas | Historic preservation | Historical Commission, Texas | State buildings | Texas Main Street Program | Tourism |
Library Call Number: L1836.68 c899
Session: 68th R.S. (1983)
Online version: View report [66 pages  File size: 2,701 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. To examine the Antiquities Codes as it pertains to historic structures; how the Antiquities Committee implements the revised legislation; possible moving of historic structures from the Antiquities Committee to the Historical Committee.
2. To explore the possible legislation regarding the modernization, restoration, preservation, adaptive re-use, or destruction of historic public buildings.
3. To study the Texas Historical Commission's Main Street Program and examine the economic and social impact on the individual community and the state, in general: jobs created; social development; historic significance; possible ways to improve and expand the program.
4. To explore other avenues for revitalizing and preserving other historic Texas townsites.
5. To examine the possible need for legislation to identify and protect our historic cemeteries and burial grounds from vandalism and destruction.
6. To examine the revenue generated by the arts for art organizations, artists, and people employed in art-related fields; jobs created; travel and tourism generated; revenue to the state; cities and counties; social impact.
7. To examine how the Texas Arts Commission spends its grant money; possible ways to improve the use of state matching funds for the arts.
8. To examine the economic impact of travel and tourism in Texas; jobs created; economic development; revenue generated to both public and private sectors.
Committee: House Insurance
Title: Interim report
Library Catalog Title: Interim report of the Insurance Committee, Texas House of Representatives, 68th Legislature.
Subjects: Automobile insurance | Consumer protection | Deceptive Trade Practices-Consumer Protection Act | Fire prevention | Firefighters | Health insurance | Insurance industry | Insurance rates | Property insurance | Rural issues | State buildings | State mandates | Texas Catastrophic Property Insurance Association | Tropical storms |
Library Call Number: L1836.68 in7
Session: 68th R.S. (1983)
Online version: View report [255 pages  File size: 7,620 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. To monitor all activities and have budget oversight responsibilities for those agencies, boards and commissions as listed in Rule 3, Section 16.
2. To monitor the study being conducted by the State Board of insurance pursuant to HCR 213, 68th Legislature, Regular Session, relating to the advantages and disadvantages of the various forms of property/casualty rate making and policy form implementation.
3. To study mandated coverages in the health insurance field and recommend a coherent policy of state mandated coverages. Examine effects of mandated coverages on rates and premiums as well as the impact of utilization and adverse selection when coverages are mandated.
4. To study advantages and disadvantages of alternative methods of marketing and underwriting uninsured and underinsured motorists coverage currently found in other states and their possible application in Texas, including proposals by which underinsured motorists coverage could be offered without the requirement that benefits be reduced by the amount of the other party's liability coverage.
5. To study the fire record credit system as it currently affects the costs of every fire and commercial multiperil insurance policy in this state; to determine whether the provision of debits or credits based on fire loss experience has had its desired effect of enhancing fire prevention and protection; and to determine whether these desired goals could be achieved in a more equitable or less administratively burdensome manner.
6. To conduct a study to determine if current Texas law regulating unfair and deceptive trade practices in the business of insurance achieves its desired goals of enhancing consumer protection and full disclosure of insurance information without unfairly punishing persons involved in the business of insurance for innocent acts, and to conduct a survey of other state laws to ascertain the advantages and disadvantages of other states' attempts to provide fair and effective consumer protection in the business of insurance.
7. To study advantages and disadvantages of support for volunteer fire departments through a surcharge on insurance premiums in rural areas.
8. To study advantages and disadvantages of a state self-insurance program to provide funds to replace state property and buildings in case of fire or other disasters.
9. To study the impact of Hurricane Alicia on the insurance industry in Texas. Consider the issues of solvency, prices, and availability of windstorm insurance in the storm area. Also study the effectiveness of operation of the Texas Catastrophe Property Insurance Association.
Committee: House State Affairs
Title: Interim report
Library Catalog Title: Final report on interim charges / House Committee on State Affairs, 68th Legislature.
Subjects: Biofuels | Duck hunting | Hunting | Lead contamination | Property tax exemptions | Records management | Rights of way | State agencies | State agency performance measures | State buildings | State government debt | Telephone service | Vehicle safety inspections | Wine and wine industry |
Library Call Number: L1836.68 st29
Session: 68th R.S. (1983)
Online version: View report [128 pages  File size: 3,653 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. To monitor all activities and have budget oversight responsibilities for those agencies, boards and commissions as listed in Rule 3, Section 29.
2. To study telecommunications needs for the state and its agency network in cooperation with other special legislative and statutory committees.
3. To study the feasibility of combining branch offices of legislators and/or state agencies in cities and towns.
4. To study the elimination of the state vehicle inspection requirements.
5. To study the quality control requirements for gas purchased at the gas pump, specifically gasohol.
6. To study the feasibility of leasing excess rights of way for additional state income.
7. In cooperation with the House Committee on Liquor Regulations, study wine production and associated grape cultivation in Texas.
8. To examine the issuance of general obligation bonds to finance major projects in Texas.
9. To study the management practices of state agencies.
10. To study the merits of eliminating the use of legal-size forms and other papers in state government, and additionally conduct a comprehensive study of the management of all state records and historical documents within the committee's jurisdiction.
11. To study enforcement of the prohibition on aliens and corporations receiving open-space valuation for agricultural land taxation.
12. In cooperation with the House Committee on Environmental Affairs, study the relevance of alternative forms of ammunition for use in the hunting of waterfowl in Texas; consider the comparative advantages and disadvantages of steel and lead shot, being attentive to the need for effective conservation of Texas wildlife.
Committee: Joint State Properties, Special
Title: Interim report
Library Catalog Title: Report to the 69th Legislature / Special Committee on State Properties.
Subjects: State buildings | State land |
Library Call Number: L1836.68 st29s
Session: 68th R.S. (1983)
Online version: View report [50 pages  File size: 1,903 kb]
Charge: This report should address the charge below.
1. Review management policies and leasing procedures for oil and gas, hard minerals, and surface interest of public lands as to efficiency, whether maximum return to State is provided, and whether highest and best use is assured.
Committee: House State Affairs
Title: Interim Report
Library Catalog Title: Final report of the State Affairs Committee to the 68th Legislature.
Subjects: Amusement park ride safety inspections | Amusement parks | Animal cruelty | Energy conservation | Historic preservation | Historical Commission, Texas | State agencies | State buildings |
Library Call Number: L1836.67 st29
Session: 67th R.S. (1981)
Online version: View report [66 pages  File size: 1,582 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. Study the problem of animal abuse with specific emphasis on the care and treatment of animals in kennels and boarding or riding stables and the occurrences of dog fighting in the state.
2. Monitor the implementation and effectiveness of the energy conservation measures for state buildings in the capitol complex.
3. Conduct a general overview of state agencies to determine if the plain language policy as adopted by the 67th Legislature is being followed.
4. Study the historical statutes and guidelines of the Parks and Wildlife Department, the Texas Historical Commission and the Texas Antiquities Committee to determine if clarifying changes are needed.
5. Study the current safety regulations for amusement rides and determine if additional regulations are necessary.
Committee: Senate State-Municipal Planning, Interim
Title: Interim Report
Library Catalog Title: State buildings and Texas communities : final report of the Senate State-Municipal Planning Study Committee.
Subjects: Energy conservation | Historic preservation | Property taxes | State buildings | State land |
Library Call Number: L1836.67 st29m
Session: 67th R.S. (1981)
Online version: View report [160 pages  File size: 9,674 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. Consider the particular financial and planning problems of municipalities which have state-owned facilities and property within their corporate limits or which may be located so near such state-owned facility that such municipality is likely to be adversely affected from the location of such state-owned facility.
2. Consider issues associated with state-owned land, including: the feasibility of reimbursement for local government service costs; local participation in state building planning; energy use and energy conservation in state buildings; historic buildings; Capitol view corridors; capitol complex landscaping; mixed-use buildings and employee transportation policies. *
Supporting documents
Committee: Senate State-Municipal Planning, Interim
Title: SR 642
Library Call Number: SR 642
Session: 67th R.S. (1981)
Online version: View document [3 pages  File size: 502 kb]
Committee: House Appropriations
Title: Interim Report
Library Catalog Title: To the speaker and members of the Texas House of Representatives sixty-sixth legislature / report of the Committee on Appropriations, Texas House of Representatives, sixty-fifth legislature.
Subjects: Federal funds | State agency budgets | State budgets | State buildings | State employee salaries |
Library Call Number: L1836.65 AP65
Session: 65th R.S. (1977)
Online version: View report [53 pages  File size: 1,387 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. Review the statutes of those state agencies which are not currently funded under the appropriations bill but whose funds may be appropriated by the legislature.
2. Review the procedures of the appropriative process and recommend changes in House rules, committee procedures, etc. as needed to improve the appropriative process.
3. Review the states allotment of federal funds and the process by which they flow into the state, developing future projection trends with particular focus on funds used for salaries to pay state employees.
4. Review of space requirements of state agencies and recommendations as to future construction and possible sources of funding in lieu of the now defunct 2 cent tax for State Building Construction.
5. Special oversight of budget activities of all state agencies with particular emphasis on implementation and use of an interactive budget monitoring system for committees and members of the legislature.
6. Review of agency, board and commission fees and licenses, determining if these have become outdated or do not generate necessary revenues as was originally intended when fee structure was enacted.
Committee: House Appropriations
Title: Interim Report
Library Catalog Title: Report of the Committee on Appropriations, Texas House of Representatives, 64th Legislature.
Subjects: Federal funds | Legislative process | State agencies | State agency budgets | State budgets | State buildings |
Library Call Number: L1836.64 ap65
Session: 64th R.S. (1975)
Online version: View report [68 pages  File size: 2,290 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. Study the current practice of the state's leasing of office and building space to determine its efficiency and economy to the state. This subcommittee shall have the duty of studying the feasibility of state ownership of buildings, either through purchase of existing buildings of by new construction in lieu of leasing.
2. Review the fiscal notes process used by the House for accuracy and methodology and make recommendations for any improvement. This subcommittee is to include in its deliberations a study of the advisability of the inclusion of a fiscal note requirement on all bills having local fiscal implications.
3. Review all state agencies that do not receive their appropriations through biennial legislative appropriation and whose monies are not deposited with the state treasury.
4. Study the continued development a streamlining the appropriations process of the House of Representatives as it applies to the General Appropriations Bill.
5. Study the procedure for the attainment of federal funds, particularly those funds which are not appropriated to agencies through the General Appropriations Bill. Emphasis is to be given to those funds that are allowed to accumulate to the agency with no direction or restriction for spending mandated by either State or Federal governments.
Committee: House Bexar County State Office Building
Title: Interim Report
Library Catalog Title: Committee report on a state office building in Bexar County.
Subjects: Bexar County | State buildings |
Library Call Number: L1836.61 b468
Session: 61st R.S. (1969)
Online version: View report [16 pages  File size: 552 kb]
Charge: This report should address the charge below.
1. Study the need for and the feasibility of constructing a state office building in Bexar County.
Supporting documents
Committee: House Bexar County State Office Building
Title: Transcript, March 19, 1970
Library Catalog Title: Minutes
Library Call Number: L1836.61 B468M 3/19
Session: 61st R.S. (1969)
Online version: View document [48 pages  File size: 59,661 kb]
Committee: House Harris County State Office Building
Title: Interim Report
Library Catalog Title: Report to the House of Representatives of the 62nd Legislature / House Interim Committee on the Need for and the Feasibility of Constructing State Office Buildings in Harris County.
Subjects: Harris County | State buildings |
Library Call Number: L1836.61 h24
Session: 61st R.S. (1969)
Online version: View report [22 pages  File size: 657 kb]
Charge: This report should address the charge below.
1. Study the need for and the feasibility of constructing a state office building in Harris County.
Supporting documents
Committee: House Harris County State Office Building
Title: Transcript, February 27, 1970, University of Houston
Library Catalog Title: Minutes
Library Call Number: L1836.61 H24M 2/27/70
Session: 61st R.S. (1969)
Online version: View document [43 pages  File size: 51,795 kb]
Committee: House Harris County State Office Building
Title: Transcript, March 20, 1970, Baytown
Library Catalog Title: Minutes
Library Call Number: L1836.61 H24M 3/20/70
Session: 61st R.S. (1969)
Online version: View document [40 pages  File size: 52,123 kb]
Committee: House Harris County State Office Building
Title: Transcript, April 24, 1970, Pasadena
Library Catalog Title: Minutes
Library Call Number: L1836.61 H24M 4/24/70
Session: 61st R.S. (1969)
Online version: View document [21 pages  File size: 26,440 kb]
Committee: House Harris County State Office Building
Title: Transcript, September 25, 1970, Houston
Library Catalog Title: Minutes
Library Call Number: L1836.61 H24M 9/25/70
Session: 61st R.S. (1969)
Online version: View document [22 pages  File size: 32,940 kb]
Committee: House Harris County State Office Building
Title: Transcript, October 30, 1970, Houston
Library Catalog Title: Minutes
Library Call Number: L1836.61 H24M 10/30/70
Session: 61st R.S. (1969)
Online version: View document [23 pages  File size: 30,471 kb]
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.
Committee: House Erection of State Highway Building, Investigate
Title: Report
Library Catalog Title: Report of the Committee to Investigate Certain Building at Tyler, Texas.
Subjects: Highway Department, Texas State | State buildings | Tyler, Texas |
Library Call Number: H.J. of Tex., 41st Leg., 4th C.S., 38 (1930)
Session: 41st R.S. (1929)
Online version: View report [5 pages  File size: 205 kb]
Charge: This report should address the charge below.
1. Investigate whether or not the Highway Department had built or contracted to build an office building in the city of Tyler, Texas, and out of what funds such building was contracted to be paid.
Committee: Joint Lease of Land for Travis County Courthouse, Investigate
Title: Report
Library Catalog Title: Report of the Committee to Investigate Travis County Courthouse Site Lease.
Subjects: Austin, Texas | County courthouses | State agencies | State buildings | State land | Texas State Capitol | Travis County |
Library Call Number: H.J. of Tex., 41st Leg., 4th C.S., 433 (1930)
Session: 41st R.S. (1929)
Online version: View report [9 pages  File size: 331 kb]
Charges: This report should address the charges below.
1. Investigate present condition of over-crowding of the State Capitol and State office buildings now being rented by the State in Austin, and the annual cost thereof, being paid out of public funds
2. Investigate present true value of improvements owned by Travis county upon said leased courthouse site, as may be determined under terms of the lease contract
3. Investigate what blocks of land are now owned by the State of Texas within the business or industrial section of Austin which are not being used to economic advantage, and so situtated at a distance from the Capitol to be unsuited for use by the State for future State office buildings, but which may be deemed suitable for a county courthouse
4. Investigate whether it is deemed desirable, in the judgment of the committee, based on such investigation, to tender fee simple title of one of such blocks of land owned by the State to Travis county, in lieu of cash compensation of an approximately equivalent amount, for such courthouse properties, to the end that such unused State land not suitable for State purposes may be put to the best constructive use.
Committee: Joint Inspect Capitol
Title: Report
Library Catalog Title: Special Committee report.
Subjects: Fire prevention | General Land Office | Public restrooms | State buildings | Texas State Capitol |
Library Call Number: S.J. of Tex., 34th Leg., R.S. 424 (1915)
Session: 34th R.S. (1915)
Online version: View report [14 pages]
Charge: This report should address the charge below.
1. Inspection of the Capitol building and all its departments, including the basement of the Capitol building, and the Land Office building to report a general plan for a thorough-going system of cleaning, sanitation, and inspection of the Capitol building, together with its offices, apartments, basement, and the Land Office Building and to recommend such repairs and alterations as may be necessary to bring the said building into a thoroughly sanitary condition.
Committee: House Public Buildings and Grounds Department
Title: Report
Library Catalog Title: Report of Committee to Visit Department of Public Buildings and Grounds.
Subjects: General Land Office | State buildings | Texas State Capitol |
Library Call Number: H.J. of Tex., 33rd Leg., R.S. 874 (1913)
Session: 33rd R.S. (1913)
Online version: View report [4 pages  File size: 135 kb]
Charge: This report should address the charge below.
1. Visit the Department of Public Buildings and Grounds.
Committee: Joint Southwestern Lunatic Asylum at San Antonio, Joint Committee to visit the
Title: Southwestern Lunatic Asylum
Library Catalog Title: Special Committee report.
Subjects: San Antonio State Hospital | State buildings |
Library Call Number: S.J. of Tex., 26th Leg., R.S. (283)
Session: 26th R.S. (1899)
Online version: View report [5 pages  File size: 252 kb]
Charge: This report should address the charge below.
1. Visit the Southwestern Lunatic Asylum at San Antonio and investigate charges of building neglect and uninhabitable conditions and locate the responsibility for the condition.
Committee: House Superintendent of Public Buildings Department, Special
Title: Report
Library Catalog Title: [Report].
Subjects: State buildings | State employee salaries |
Library Call Number: H.J. of Tex., 25th Leg., 1st C.S. 46 (1897)
Session: 25th R.S. (1897)
Online version: View report [3 pages  File size: 139 kb]
Charge: This report should address the charge below.
1. Make a thorough examination of the duties and responsibilities of each individual clerk employed in each department located at the capital, and make a detailed statement to the House at the earliest moment.
Committee: Joint Land Office, Special Joint Committee to Investigate Moving the
Title: Report
Library Catalog Title: Committee reports.
Subjects: General Land Office | State buildings |
Library Call Number: H.J. of Tex., 24th Leg., R.S. 899 (1895)
Session: 24th R.S. (1895)
Online version: View report [2 pages  File size: 85 kb]
Charge: This report should address the charge below.
1. Examine into the question and report whether or not it is practicable and advisable to have the business of the Land Office transferred to the capitol building.
Committee: House Public Buildings
Title: Appropriations for Repair of Public Buildings
Library Catalog Title: [Report].
Subjects: State buildings |
Library Call Number: LRL
Session: 14th R.S. (1874)
Online version: View report [2 pages  File size: 62 kb]
Charge: This report should address the charge below.
1. Examine public buildings and report recommended appropriations for repairs. *

* This represents an abstract of the report contents. Charge text is incomplete or unavailable.

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