Texas Register, Volume 4, Number 35, Pages 1703-1756, May 11, 1979 Page: 1,704
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The Department of Human Resources is updating its annual plan showing how
funds appropriated by the state legislature for next year's program will be used
and how the department will provide federally funded social services. Title XX
of the Social Security Act is the department's major source of federal funds for
medical, financial, and social services for children, adults, and low-income
families in Texas. The department is proposing to revise the rule which adopts
by reference the "Title XX Comprehensive Annual Services Program Plan
The Texas Education Code requires the School Tax Assessment Practices
Board to establish education and training requirements for school tax
assessors and to set standards for the operation of school tax offices. To
comply with the statutory requirements, the board is proposing new rules. One
proposed rule sets a minimum schedule of education for the chief administra-
tor of an office which appraises and assesses property for school taxes. Other
proposals concern appraisal and assessing records by school tax offices.
The In Addition section includes a notice by the Railroad Commission on a
public hearing requested by the cities of Fort Worth and Dallas. The request
followed a proposal by Lone Star Gas Company for a commission rule to allow
full recovery of purchased gas costs. In conjunction with the proposal for
recovery of gas costs, the commission will also consider a Gas Utility Division
proposal regarding BTU content adjustment.
Cover illustration represents Elisabet Ney's statue of Stephen F. Austin,
which stands in the foyer of the State Capitol.
A Artwork: Gary Thornton
George W. Strake, .Ir.
Secretary of State
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