Texas Attorney General Opinion: H-836 Page: 1 of 5
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THE A'II)pm'EY GENERAL
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June 14, 1976
The Honorable Charles Barden, P.E.
Texas Air Control Board
8520 Shoal Creek Boulevard
Austin, Texas 78758
Opinion No. H-836
Re: Whether certain
by the Air Control Board
Dear Mr. Barden:
You have requested our opinion on a number of
regarding section 1.07 of the Texas Clean Air Act,
4477-5, V.T.C.S. Section 1.07 provides:
Information submitted to the [Texas
Air Control] [Bloard relating to secret
processes or methods of manufacture or
production which is identified as con-
fidential when submitted shall not be
disclosed by any member, employee, or
agent of the [B(oard.
1. Whether employees of the Texas Air
Control Board may make public information
which has been labeled as confidential if
such information does not relate to secret
processes or methods of manufacture, and,
if so, what procedures, if any, the Board
is required to follow in making the latter
2. how broadly the Board should interpret
the meaning of 'relating to secret processes
or methods of manufacture or production'; and
3. whether confidential information may be
forwarded to other governmental bodies.
JOH N W.. uIL.
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