Natural Outlook, May/June 2014 Page: 4
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The winners were recognized in a special
TCEQ Commissioner Toby Baker
introduced the video presentation:
"Tonight we want the focus to be on our
Texas Environmental Excellence winners
and no one is prouder of our winners than
our own governor who tonight has this
special message for our honorees-ladies
and gentlemen, the honorable Governor
Baker then introduced the Governor's
Blue Ribbon Committee members who
selected the nine winners and 20 finalists
from 210 applications. Baker knows the
difficult task firsthand. "Having previously
served on this [committee], I know what a
hard job this can be. It takes a huge time
commitment and it is especially tough
when, like this year, there are-so many
- strong aplicants to'choose from."
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ENir y prsoh can do seething to '
enhan e or preserve the environment.
TCEQ commissioners at the annual awards banquet. (Left to right) Commissioner Toby Baker;
Chairman Bryan W. Shaw, Ph.D., P.E.; Commissioner Zak Covar.
The TCEQ's Environmental Trade Fair
and Conference helps further those
efforts through educaticn, exposure to
the latest technology, creating oppor-
tunities to network with like-minded
people, answering regulatory ques-
tions, and sharing inspiring stories of
the best examples in the state. We all
have a responsibility to :ake care of
Texas. The conference gives us ways to
do it well. U
You Catch videos and a radio spot
* Luncheon with the commissioners
Take Care of Texas radio spot
Special message from Gov. Rick Perry
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