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[Photograph of 1952 College Station City Council]

Description: Photograph of 1952 city of College Station, Texas City Council meeting. The back contains handwritten text as follows: "_____. Bill Fitch, Marion Pugh, Joe Sorrels, Ernest Langford, Howard Badgett,Harry Boyer, N. M. McGinnis, Ran Boswell" Individual not named in obverse text is identified as J. Wheeler Barger. At time of photograph, Earnest Langford was Mayor and Ran Boswell was City Manager.
Date: 1952
Partner: City of College Station

Managing Texas Groundwater Resources : Through Groundwater Conservation Districts

Description: "This publication provides an overview of Texas water law, a summary of the powers and responsibilities of groundwater conservation districts, a review of the processes involved in creating district, and an overview of issues related to groundwater conservation districts" (p. 1).
Date: February 2002
Creator: Texas Cooperative Extension
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Transportation Workforce Development : Sustaining and Expanding High School Outreach Programs and Multi-agency Partnerships: Final Report

Description: This document reports on a multi-university partnered project that focuses on producing high-quality transportation professionals from underrepresented groups. This project redesigned and expanded the Summer Transportation Institute (STI) Scholars program created with previous funding from this sponsor; its goal is to motivate students to take an interest in civil engineering and transportation careers."(p. 1).
Date: July 2012
Creator: Kommalapati, Raghava Rao; Ramalingam, Radhakrishnan & Stockton, William R.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Refining a Methodology for Determining the Economic Impacts of Transportation Improvements

Description: This document discusses the methodology for determining the economic impacts of transportation improvements by the Texas Transportation Institute. "This project examined the current and historical economic impact assessment programs utilized by four state departments of transportation. Researchers evaluated these programs based on three outcomes: increased business and industry competitiveness, strengthened long-term regional and local economies, and enhanced household well-being. Researchers found that promoting transparency and flexibility and involving as many stakeholders as possible were key elements to economic program success. Based on these successful program elements, TTI professionals developed a new economic determination method to incorporate into the existing Transportation Revenue Estimation and Needs Determination System (TRENDS). The results from this study were also used to educate the public on the impacts transportation improvements, or lack of improvements, have on communities." (Abstract).
Date: July 2012
Creator: Ellis, David R.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Recognizing feral hog sign

Description: This pamphlet provides information about the signs that feral hogs leave behind and how to recognized them in order to "develop a management strategy."
Date: February 2011
Creator: Lewis, Chancey
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Enhancement and Outreach for the Active Management Screening Tool

Description: This document reports on the enhancement of and outreach for an active management screening tool. The purpose of the Active Management Screening Tool (AMST) is to help agencies better assess the potential of active management strategies for their region within the congestion management process (CMP). It is structured to provide beneficial information and guidance related to active management strategies in all areas and levels of transportation planning." (Abstract).
Date: July 2012
Creator: Kuhn, Beverly T.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Door Modifications for Feral Hog Traps

Description: This pamphlet provides instructional information about how to modify the rooter/lifter trap door design to be applied to "basic corral or box designs" that capture and manage the population of feral hogs.
Date: February 2011
Creator: Lewis, Chancey
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department