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Natural Outlook, Fall 2004

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Padre Island
The Gulf of Mexico Gets a Helping Hand

The Gulf states share a common challenge: preserving the environmental integrity of the shoreline and its bays and estuaries. This is becoming increasingly difficult with growing population and economic demands. A network of public and private organizations plays a vital role in preserving and restoring Gulf resources.
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Glen Shankle
New Chief Executive Onboard

After nine years at the TCEQ, Glenn Shankle becomes executive director. He outlines his goals for the agency.
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Commute Solutions

State agencies join the TCEQ's call for state employees to consider commute options other than driving alone. The benefits are less traffic congestion and better air quality.
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Water Quality Assessment to Undergo Upgrade

The TCEQ begins revising the way it collects and uses data for evaluating water quality. The outcome will affect the 2006 assessment of water bodies around the state.
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First eBay, Now ePay

In another online feature, customers of the TCEQ can now use the Internet to pay a number of agency fees.
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