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Calendar for the TMDL Program

Dates for public meetings about projects of the TCEQ's Total Maximum Daily Load Program
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Check here for information about stakeholder meetings, opportunities to comment on proposed TMDLs or I-Plans, and requests for proposals on project contracts.

Public Meetings

Meetings about TMDL projects are open to everyone.

May 20, 2015. Meeting of the Coordination Committee for the Greater Trinity Region. At this meeting, stakeholders will discuss a basin-wide vision for upper Trinity bacterial impairments and the scope of the project. They will also review staff analyses of water quality data.

May 26, 2015. Please join the BIG partners in discussing progress on implementing TMDLs to reduce bacteria in waterways of the Houston-Galveston Region.Topics for the meeting include the 2015 annual implementation report and regional TMDL projects.

May 28, 2015. Please attend this very important meeting to form the Coordination Committee. The committee will develop the plan to implement TMDLs for Oso Creek and Oso Bay.

June 3, 2015. Greater Trinity River Region stakeholders meeting. At this annual meeting, stakeholders will review progress of their implementation plan over the last year and discuss activities for the upcoming year.

June 4, 2015. Corpus Christi Beaches. The Coordination Committee is meeting to discuss the implementation plan they are developing. Everyone interested in the project is encouraged to attend.

June 11, 2015. Upper San Antonio River stakeholders meeting to discuss adding more segments to the TMDLs for the watershed.

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