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2007 Border Commerce Coordinator Legislative Report

  1. Front Cover (PDF, 120kb)
  2. Border Commerce Coordinator Legislative Report (PDF, 95kb)
  3. APPENDIX A: BORDER INTERAGENCY WORK GROUP (PDF, 17kb)
    1. A-1 – Agenda for meeting on September 20, 2007 (PDF, kb)
    2. A-2 – Transcript from meeting on September 20, 2007 (PDF, 157kb)
  4. APPENDIX B: TEXAS-MEXICO STRATEGIC INVESTMENT COMMISSION (PDF, 17kb)
    1. B-1 – Agenda for meeting on September 12, 2006 (PDF, 36kb)
    2. B-2 – Transcript from meeting on September 20, 2006 (PDF, 154kb)
  5. APPENDIX C: BORDER TRADE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (PDF, 17kb)
    1. C-2 – Transcript from meeting on October 26, 2007 (PDF, 112kb)
    2. C-1 – Border Trade Advisory Committee Members (PDF, 17kb)
  6. APPENDIX D: SURVEY (PDF, 45kb)
    1. D-1 – Survey Questions (PDF, 17kb)
    2. D-2 – Survey Answer Matrix (PDF, 39kb)
    3. D-3 – Survey Answers by Agency, including agencies that submitted special reports on activities. (PDF, kb)
      1. Attorney General of Texas (PDF, 38kb)
        • (NOTE: The Office of the Attorney General communicated to the Office of the Secretary of State that last year’s survey responses are still applicable this year, with one significant addition regarding funding for four Colonia Prevention Law Enforcement Investigators.)
      2. North American Development Bank (PDF, 23kb)
      3. Office of Rural and Community Affairs (PDF, 32kb)
      4. Public Utility Commission of Texas (PDF, 25kb)
      5. Railroad Commission of Texas (PDF, 31kb)
      6. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (PDF, 46kb)
      7. Texas Department of Agriculture (PDF, 40kb)
      8. Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (PDF, 25kb)
      9. Texas Department of Insurance (PDF, 37kb)
      10. Texas Department of State Health Services (PDF, 49kb)
      11. Texas Department of Transportation (PDF, 1,230kb)
      12. Texas Education Agency (PDF, 159, kb)
      13. Texas General Land Office (PDF, 20kb)
      14. Texas Health and Human Services Commission (PDF, 59kb)
      15. Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (PDF, 52kb)
      16. Texas Parks and Wildlife (PDF, 31kb)
      17. Texas Water Development Board (PDF, 50kb)