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Biennial Report to the 83rd Legislature

Report to the 83rd Texas Legislature that describes the TCEQ's Fiscal 2011 and 2012 programs, services, and results.

FY2011-2012 Biennial Report: Letter from the Commissioners

Chaper 1: Agency Highlights (FY2011-2012)

Chapter 2: Agency Activities (FY2011-2012)

Chapter 3: Legislation from the 82nd Session (FY2011-2012)

Chapter 4: Agency Resources (FY2011-2012)

 

Appendix A: Assessment of Complaints Received, FY2011–2012 Locations of TCEQ Employees

Appendix B: Permit Time-Frame Reduction and Tracking, FY2011–2012 Locations of TCEQ Employees

Appendix C: Office of Public Interest Counsel Annual Report to the TCEQ Locations of TCEQ Employees

Appendix D: Evaluation of Water Basins in Texas Without a Watermaster Locations of TCEQ Employees

 

Report Status

The TCEQ’s Biennial Report to the Legislature is published every December prior to a regular legislative session, as required by the Texas Water Code, Section 5.178. This submission to the 83rd Legislature contains other information and reports that are required by statute:

  • Description of cooperative research efforts, page 18. This information was last published in December 2010 in the Biennial Report to the 82nd Legislature (SFR-57/10).
  • Waste exchange information, page 31. This information was last published in December 2010 in the Biennial Report to the 82nd Legislature (SFR-57/10).
  • Assessment of complaints received, page 41. This report was last published in December 2010 in the Biennial Report to the 82nd Legislature (SFR-57/10).
  • Permit time-frame reduction process, page 47. This report was last published in December 2010 in the Biennial Report to the 82nd Legislature (SFR-57/10).
  • Office of Public Interest Counsel evaluation of performance measures, page 55. This report is published for the first time.
  • Study on water basins without a watermaster, page 66. This report is published for the first time.