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Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation

Notice of Request for Proposals

Notice is hereby given of a Request for Proposals (RFP) by Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation (TSAHC) for audit, tax and accounting consulting services. Entities interested in providing these services must submit all of the materials listed in the RFP which can be found on TSAHC's website at www.tsahc.org.

The deadline for submissions in response to this RFP is March 31, 2020. No proposal will be accepted after 3:00 p.m. on that date. Responses should be emailed to Melinda Smith at msmith@tsahc.org. Faxed responses will not be accepted. For questions or comments, please contact Melinda Smith at (512) 904-1399 or by email at msmith@tsahc.org.

TRD-202000591

David Long

President

Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation

Filed: February 12, 2020


Public Comment Needed: 2020 Texas Foundations Fund

The 2020 Texas Foundations Fund Draft Guidelines are now available for public comment. A copy of the 2020 Texas Foundations Fund Draft Guidelines may be found on the Corporation's website at www.tsahc.org. Please submit public comment via email to Michael Wilt at mwilt@tsahc.org with the subject line "2020 Texas Foundations Fund Public Comment". Public comments must be submitted for consideration by March 16, 2020, at 5:00 p.m.

TRD-202000592

David Long

President

Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation

Filed: February 12, 2020


Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization

Transportation Conformity Public Comment Outreach

The Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (AAMPO) is accepting public comments on its Transportation Conformity document for Bexar County, Texas. The public comment period will begin on Friday, February 14, 2020, and continue to 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, March 15, 2020.

A copy of the Transportation Conformity document may be obtained by downloading it from the MPO's website at www.alamoareampo.org/airquality/conformity or by calling Allison Blazosky, Transportation Planning Program Manager, at (210) 227-8651.

The AAMPO will also host a public meeting seeking comments on its Transportation Conformity document. The public meeting will be held on Thursday, February 27, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at the VIA Metro Center located at 1021 San Pedro, San Antonio, Texas 78212. AAMPO meetings are accessible to persons with disabilities. To arrange for special assistance or an interpreter, please call (210) 227-8651 or TDD (800) 735-2989 (Relay Texas) at least five working days in advance.

An online public comment option will also be available from February 14 through March 15, 2020, at www.alamoareampo.org/airquality/conformity.

Comments may also be submitted in writing to:

Allison Blazosky

Transportation Planning Program Manager

Alamo Area MPO

825 S. St. Mary's Street

San Antonio, Texas 78205

TRD-202000575

Jeanne Geiger

Deputy Director

Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization

Filed: February 11, 2020


Office of the Attorney General

Request for Applications (RFA) for the Sexual Assault Prevention and Crisis Services (SAPCS) - State Expansion Grant and SAPCS-Preventive Health and Health Services (PHHS) Block Grant Programs

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is soliciting applications from sexual assault programs and state sexual assault coalitions that wish to utilize funds for projects to expand the existing services of sexual assault programs into unserved counties or that provide services to victims of sexual assault and conduct sexual violence prevention activities.

Applicable Funding Source: Both State and Federal funds may be utilized. The source of federal funds includes the Federal Department of Health and Human Services, Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant, Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number 93.991. All funding is contingent upon the appropriation of funds by the United States Congress and the Texas Legislature. The OAG makes no commitment that an application, once submitted, or a grant, once funded, will receive subsequent funding.

Eligibility Requirements: To be eligible for these grant opportunities, the Applicant must be a sexual assault program who is a FY 2020 SAPCS-State grantee or the state sexual assault coalition. For sexual assault programs, a current SAPCS-State grantee is one that has an active SAPCS-State grant contract for FY 2020 (September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2020).

Eligible Applicants: Sexual assault programs are eligible to apply for the SAPCS-State Expansion grant. Sexual assault programs and the state sexual assault coalition are eligible to apply for a SAPCS-PHHS Block grant. Funding eligibility may be further limited as stated in the Application Kit.

Sexual Assault Programs - any local public or private nonprofit corporation, independent of a law enforcement agency or prosecutor's office, that is operated as an independent program or as part of a municipal, county, or state agency and that provides the following minimum services to adult survivors of stranger and non-stranger sexual assault: 24-hour crisis hotline, crisis intervention, public education, advocacy, and accompaniment to hospitals, law enforcement offices, prosecutor offices, and courts and meets the Minimum Services Standards. Applicant must be a current SAPCS-State grantee to apply.

State Sexual Assault Coalitions - a statewide nonprofit organization that has been identified as a state sexual assault coalition by a state or federal agency authorized to make that designation.

Eligibility: The OAG will initially screen each application for eligibility. Applications will be deemed ineligible if the application is submitted by an ineligible applicant; the application is not filed in the manner and form required by the Application Kit; the application is filed after the deadline established in the Application Kit; or the application does not meet other requirements as stated in the RFA and the Application Kit.

How to Obtain Application Kit: The OAG will post the Application Kit on the OAG's website at https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/divisions/grants. Updates and other helpful reminders about the application process will also be posted at this location. Potential Applicants are encouraged to refer to the site regularly.

Deadlines and Filing Instructions for the Grant Application:

Create an On-Line Account (for Applicants who did not create an account during the OVAG, VCLG, and SAPCS-State grant application cycle): Creating an on-line account in the Grant Offering and Application Lifecycle System (GOALS) is required to apply for a grant. If an on-line account is not created, the Applicant will be unable to apply for funding. To create an on-line account, the Applicant must email the point of contact information to Grants@oag.texas.gov with the following information:

First Name

Last Name

Email Address

Organization Legal Name

Note: Applicants who created accounts during the Other Victim Assistance Grant (OVAG), Victim Coordinator and Liaison Grant (VCLG), and Sexual Assault Prevention and Crisis Services (SAPCS)-State grant application cycle are already registered in GOALS.

--Registered Applicants should access their Grant Programs webpage (homepage) in GOALS and select the green "View Grant Programs" button. If the answers provided on the Eligibility questions matched to the SAPCS-State Expansion or PHHS Block Grant, the application will be available to the Applicant.

Application Deadline: The Applicant must submit its application, including all required attachments, to the OAG by the deadline established in the Application Kit.

Filing Instructions: Strict compliance with the submission instructions, as provided in the Application Kit, is required. The OAG will not consider an Application if it is not submitted by the due date. The OAG will not consider an Application if it is not in the manner and form as stated in the Application Kit.

Minimum and Maximum Amounts of Funding Available:

SAPCS-State Expansion grant: the minimum and maximum amount of funding a sexual assault program may apply for is $13,156 per fiscal year per county of expansion.

SAPCS-PHHS Block grant: the minimum amount of funding a sexual assault program may apply for is $31,815 and the maximum amount of funding a sexual assault program may apply for is $47,723 per fiscal year. The minimum amount of funding a state sexual assault coalition may apply for is $50,000 and maximum amount of funding a state sexual assault coalition may apply for is $85,000 per fiscal year.

The amount of an award is determined solely by the OAG. The OAG may award grants at amounts above or below the established funding levels and is not obligated to fund a grant at the amount requested.

Start Date and Length of Grant Contract Period: The grant period for SAPCS-State Expansion Grant is for up to two years from June 1, 2020 through August 31, 2021, subject to and contingent on funding and/or approval by the OAG. The grant period for SAPCS-PHHS Block is for up to two years from June 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021, subject to and contingent on funding and/or approval by the OAG. Contracts will be awarded for up to a one-year period (term). Contract terms may be further limited as stated in the Application Kit.

No Match Requirements: There are no match requirements for SAPCS-State Expansion and SAPCS-PHHS Block projects.

Volunteer Requirements: All SAPCS-State Expansion and SAPCS-PHHS Block projects must have a volunteer component. Specific requirements for the volunteer component will be stated in the Application Kit.

Award Criteria: The OAG will make funding decisions that support the efficient and effective use of public funds. Review components will include, but are not limited to, information provided by the applicant on the proposed project activities and budget.

Grant Purpose Area: All grant projects must address one or more of the purpose areas as stated in the Application Kit.

Prohibitions on Use of Grant Funds: OAG grant funds may not be used to support or pay the costs of lobbying; any portion of the salary or any other compensation for an elected government official; the purchase of food and beverages except as allowed under Texas State Travel Guidelines; the purchase or lease of vehicles; the purchase of promotional items or recreational activities; costs of travel that are unrelated to the direct delivery of services that support the OAG grant-funded program; the costs for consultants or vendors who participate directly in writing a grant application; or for any unallowable costs set forth in applicable state or federal law, rules, regulations, guidelines, policies, procedures or cost principles. Grant funds may not be used to purchase any other products or services the OAG identifies as inappropriate or unallowable within this RFA or the Application Kit.

OAG Contact Person: If additional information is needed, contact Karly Watson at grants@oag.texas.gov or (512) 936-0792.

TRD-202000557

Ryan L. Bangert

Deputy Attorney General for Legal Counsel

Office of the Attorney General

Filed: February 10, 2020


Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner

Notice of Rate Ceilings

The Consumer Credit Commissioner of Texas has ascertained the following rate ceilings by use of the formulas and methods described in §303.003 and §303.009, Texas Finance Code.

The weekly ceiling as prescribed by §303.003 and §303.009 for the period of 02/17/20 - 02/23/20 is 18% for Consumer1/Agricultural/Commercial2 credit through $250,000.

The weekly ceiling as prescribed by §303.003 and §303.009 for the period of 02/17/20 - 02/23/20 is 18% for Commercial over $250,000.

1 Credit for personal, family or household use.

2 Credit for business, commercial, investment or other similar purpose.

TRD-202000572

Leslie L. Pettijohn

Commissioner

Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner

Filed: February 11, 2020


Texas Education Agency

Request for Applications Concerning the 2020-2022 Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH) Success Grant

Filing Authority. The availability of grant funds under Request for Applications (RFA) #701-20-114 is authorized by General Appropriations Act, Article III, Rider 66, 86th Texas Legislature, and Texas Education Code (TEC), §§29.551-29.556 and 29.908.

Eligible Applicants. Texas Education Agency (TEA) is requesting applications under RFA #701-20-114 from eligible applicants, which include local educational agencies (LEAs) that serve students in Grades 9-12 or that serve students in Grade 9, Grades 9 and 10, or Grades 9-11 and will progressively scale up by adding at least one grade level per year. LEAs must have also: (1) been implementing a program similar to P-TECH that allows students to earn industry credentials and associate degrees, engage in appropriate work-based education at every grade level, and participate in programs that create a seamless transition to additional education or the competitive job market; (2) established partnerships with at least one institution of higher education (IHE) defined in a written agreement; and (3) established partnership(s) with employer(s) defined in a written agreement. Recipients of the 2018-2020 Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH) and Industry Cluster Innovative Academies (ICIA) Success (RFA#701-18-101) grant or the 2019-2021 Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH) and Industry Cluster Innovative Academies (ICIA) Success (RFA#701-19-108) grant are not eligible to apply.

Description. The 2020-2022 P-TECH Success Grant will provide selected applicants funds to engage in 25 months (June 1, 2020-July 8, 2022) of ongoing alignment of current practices to the P-TECH Blueprint, with support from the TEA-selected technical assistance provider, to continue the collaborative leadership and system establishment of the P-TECH model, as outlined in TEC, §§29.551-29.556 (P-TECH). The P-TECH model allows students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma while simultaneously earning industry certifications, level 1 or level 2 certificates, and/or an associate degree on or before the sixth anniversary of a student's first day of high school at no cost to the student. P-TECH campuses establish strong partnership agreements with local business and industry as well as IHEs. The partners serve on the leadership and advisory team to provide support and guidance to the P-TECH in resource acquisition, curriculum development, work-based learning, and student/community outreach to ensure a successful academic and career pipeline. In partnership with an IHE as well as community employers, a P-TECH campus provides rigorous academic and work-based learning programs that provide students with clear pathways to regional employment opportunities in response to local workforce needs. P-TECH schools are public schools established under TEC, §29.553 (P-TECH), that enable students in Grade 9, 10, 11, or 12 who are at risk of dropping out, as defined by TEC, §29.081, or who wish to accelerate completion of high school to combine high school courses and college-level courses. Grantees are required to meet design elements and outcome-based measures detailed in the P-TECH Blueprint. Grantees are also required to apply for P-TECH designation in the 2021-2022 school year when the designation application window opens to continue serving students in the 2021-2022 school year, as required by this grant.

Dates of Project. The 2020-2022 P-TECH Success Grant will be implemented during the 2019-2020 school year through the 2021-2022 school year. Applicants should plan for a starting date of no earlier than June 1, 2020, and an ending date of no later than July 8, 2022.

Project Amount. Approximately $875,000 is available for funding the 2020-2022 P-TECH Success Grant. It is anticipated that approximately 7 grants will be awarded up to $125,000. This project is funded 100% with state funds.

Selection Criteria. Applications will be selected based on the ability of each applicant to carry out all requirements contained in the RFA. Reviewers will evaluate applications based on the overall quality and validity of the proposed grant programs and the extent to which the applications address the primary objectives and intent of the project. Applications must address each requirement as specified in the RFA to be considered for funding. TEA reserves the right to select from the highest-ranking applications those that address all requirements in the RFA.

TEA is not obligated to approve an application, provide funds, or endorse any application submitted in response to this RFA. This RFA does not commit TEA to pay any costs before an application is approved. The issuance of this RFA does not obligate TEA to award a grant or pay any costs incurred in preparing a response.

Requesting the Application. The complete RFA will be posted on the TEA Grant Opportunities web page at http://tea4avoswald.tea.state.tx.us/GrantOpportunities/forms/GrantProgramSearch.aspx for viewing and downloading. In the "Search Options" box, select the name of the RFA from the drop-down list. Scroll down to the "Application and Support Information" section to view and download all documents that pertain to this RFA.

Further Information. In order to make sure that no prospective applicant obtains a competitive advantage because of acquisition of information unknown to other prospective applicants, any and all questions must be submitted in writing to PTECH@tea.texas.gov, the TEA email address identified in the Program Guidelines of the RFA, no later than Tuesday, March 24, 2020. All questions and the written answers thereto will be posted on the TEA Grant Opportunities web page in the format of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) by Tuesday, March 31, 2020. In the "Search Options" box, select the name of the RFA from the drop-down list. Scroll down to the "Application and Support Information" section to view all documents that pertain to this RFA.

Deadline for Receipt of Applications. Applications must be received in the TEA Document Control Center by 5:00 p.m. (Central Time), Thursday, April 9, 2020, to be eligible to be considered for funding. TEA will not accept applications by email. Applications may be delivered to the TEA visitors' reception area on the second floor of the William B. Travis Building, 1701 North Congress Avenue (at 17th Street and North Congress, two blocks north of the Capitol), Austin, Texas 78701 or mailed to Document Control Center, Grants Administration Division, Texas Education Agency, 1701 North Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas 78701-1494.

Issued in Austin, Texas, on February 12, 2020.

TRD-202000585

Cristina De La Fuente-Valadez

Director, Rulemaking

Texas Education Agency

Filed: February 12, 2020


Texas Commission on Environmental Quality<P> Agreed Orders

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ or commission) staff is providing an opportunity for written public comment on the listed Agreed Orders (AOs) in accordance with Texas Water Code (TWC), §7.075. TWC, §7.075, requires that before the commission may approve the AOs, the commission shall allow the public an opportunity to submit written comments on the proposed AOs. TWC, §7.075, requires that notice of the proposed orders and the opportunity to comment must be published in the Texas Register no later than the 30th day before the date on which the public comment period closes, which in this case is March 23, 2020. TWC, §7.075, also requires that the commission promptly consider any written comments received and that the commission may withdraw or withhold approval of an AO if a comment discloses facts or considerations that indicate that consent is inappropriate, improper, inadequate, or inconsistent with the requirements of the statutes and rules within the commission's jurisdiction or the commission's orders and permits issued in accordance with the commission's regulatory authority. Additional notice of changes to a proposed AO is not required to be published if those changes are made in response to written comments.

A copy of each proposed AO is available for public inspection at both the commission's central office, located at 12100 Park 35 Circle, Building C, 1st Floor, Austin, Texas 78753, (512) 239-2545 and at the applicable regional office listed as follows. Written comments about an AO should be sent to the enforcement coordinator designated for each AO at the commission's central office at P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087 and must be received by 5:00 p.m. on March 23, 2020. Written comments may also be sent by facsimile machine to the enforcement coordinator at (512) 239-2550. The commission's enforcement coordinators are available to discuss the AOs and/or the comment procedure at the listed phone numbers; however, TWC, §7.075, provides that comments on the AOs shall be submitted to the commission in writing.

(1) COMPANY: 122nd & FRANKFORD / DISCOUNT SHOP RENTALS, INCORPORATED; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-1502-PWS-E; IDENTIFIER: RN106514029; LOCATION: Lubbock, Lubbock County; TYPE OF FACILITY: public water system; RULES VIOLATED: 30 TAC §290.106(f)(3) and Texas Health and Safety Code, §341.0315(c), by failing to comply with the maximum contaminant level of 4.0 milligrams per liter for fluoride based on a running annual average; and 30 TAC §290.117(c)(2)(C), (h), and (i)(1), by failing to collect lead and copper tap samples at the required five sample sites, have the samples analyzed, and report the results to the executive director for the January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2018, monitoring period; PENALTY: $900; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Samantha Salas, (512) 239-1543; REGIONAL OFFICE: 5012 50th Street, Suite 100, Lubbock, Texas 79414-3426, (806) 796-7092.

(2) COMPANY: Antonio Trejo; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-1489-WR-E; IDENTIFIER: RN110819174; LOCATION: Borden, Colorado County; TYPE OF FACILITY: operator; RULES VIOLATED: TWC, §11.081 and §11.121, by failing to impound, divert, or use state water without a required permit; PENALTY: $350; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Katelyn Tubbs, (512) 239-2512; REGIONAL OFFICE: 9900 West Interstate Highway 20, Suite 100, Midland, Texas 79706 (432) 570-1359.

(3) COMPANY: Bells Drilling Service LLC; DOCKET NUMBER: 2020-0136-WR-E; IDENTIFIER: RN110894672; LOCATION: Livingston, Polk County; TYPE OF FACILITY: construction site; RULES VIOLATED: TWC, §11.081 and §11.121, by failing to obtain authorization prior to impounding, diverting, or using state water without a required permit; PENALTY: $350; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Harley Hobson, (512) 239-1337; REGIONAL OFFICE: 3870 Eastex Freeway, Beaumont, Texas 77703-1830, (409) 898-3838.

(4) COMPANY: BROOKSON BUILDERS, LLC; DOCKET NUMBER: 2020-0129-WQ-E; IDENTIFIER: RN110925294; LOCATION: Reno, Parker County; TYPE OF FACILITY: construction site; RULE VIOLATED: 30 TAC §281.25(a)(4), by failing to obtain a construction general permit (stormwater); PENALTY: $875; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Katelyn Tubbs, (512) 239-2512; REGIONAL OFFICE: 2309 Gravel Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76118-6951, (817) 588-5800.

(5) COMPANY: ROBERT CAMP; DOCKET NUMBER: 2020-0133-WOC-E; IDENTIFIER: RN110893351; LOCATION: Melvin, McCulloch County; TYPE OF FACILITY: operator; RULE VIOLATED: 30 TAC §30.5(a), by failing to obtain a required occupational license; PENALTY: $175; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Epifanio Villarreal, (361) 825-3421; REGIONAL OFFICE: 622 South Oakes, Suite K, San Angelo, Texas 76903-7035, (325) 655-9479.

(6) COMPANY: City of Ferris; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-1347-PWS-E; IDENTIFIER: RN101430338; LOCATION: Ferris, Ellis County; TYPE OF FACILITY: public water supply; RULES VIOLATED: 30 TAC §290.43(c)(3), by failing to maintain the facility's storage tanks in strict accordance with current American Water Works Association standards with an overflow pipe that terminates downward with a gravity-hinged and weighted cover tightly fitted with no gap over 1/16 inch; 30 TAC §290.43(c)(6), by failing to ensure that clearwells and potable water storage tanks, including associated appurtenances such as valves, pipes, and fittings, are thoroughly tight against leakage; 30 TAC §290.45(f)(4) and Texas Health and Safety Code, §341.0315(c), by failing to provide a water purchase contract that authorizes a maximum daily purchase rate, or a uniform purchase rate in the absence of a specified daily purchase rate, plus the actual production capacity of the system of at least 0.6 gallons per minute per connection; 30 TAC §290.46(m), by failing to initiate maintenance and housekeeping practices to ensure the good working condition and general appearance of the system's facilities and equipment; 30 TAC §290.46(s)(1), by failing to calibrate the facility's well meter at least once every three years; 30 TAC §290.118(a) and (b), by failing to meet the maximum secondary constituent levels for fluoride of 2.0 milligrams per liter (mg/L) and total dissolved solids of 1,000 mg/L or receive written approval from the executive director to use the water source for public drinking water; and 30 TAC §290.121(a) and (b), by failing to maintain an up-to-date chemical and microbiological monitoring plan that identifies all sampling locations, describes the sampling frequency, and specifies the analytical procedures and laboratories that the facility will use to comply with the monitoring requirements; PENALTY: $416; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Danielle Porras, (713) 767-3682; REGIONAL OFFICE: 2309 Gravel Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76118-6951, (817) 588-5800.

(7) COMPANY: Equistar Chemicals, LP; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-1360-AIR-E; IDENTIFIER: RN100542281; LOCATION: Channelview, Harris County; TYPE OF FACILITY: chemical manufacturing plant; RULES VIOLATED: 30 TAC §101.201(b)(1)(F) and §122.143(4), Federal Operating Permit (FOP) Number O1426, General Terms and Conditions (GTC) and Special Terms and Conditions (STC) Number 2.F, and Texas Health and Safety Code (THSC), §382.085(b), by failing to identify all required information on the final record for a reportable emissions event; and 30 TAC §116.115(c) and §122.143(4), New Source Review Permit Number 2128, Special Conditions Number 1, FOP Number O1426, GTC and STC Number 37, and THSC, §382.085(b), by failing to prevent unauthorized emissions; PENALTY: $9,626; SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT OFFSET AMOUNT: $3,850; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Richard Garza, (512) 239-2697; REGIONAL OFFICE: 5425 Polk Street, Suite H, Houston, Texas 77023-1452, (713) 767-3500.

(8) COMPANY: G4J Materials LLC; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-1273-WQ-E; IDENTIFIER: RN107135113; LOCATION: Weatherford, Parker County; TYPE OF FACILITY: aggregate production operation; RULES VIOLATED: 30 TAC §§281.25(a)(4), 311.74(b)(1)(A), and 311.75, TWC, §26.121, and 40 Code of Federal Regulations §122.26(c), by failing to maintain authorization to discharge water associated with quarry activities to water in the state located in a water quality protection area in the John Graves Scenic Riverway; PENALTY: $4,125; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Aaron Vincent, (512) 239-0855; REGIONAL OFFICE: 2309 Gravel Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76118-6951, (817) 588-5800.

(9) COMPANY: GERALD A. AND LINDA D. GORDON; DOCKET NUMBER: 2020-0038-WR-E; IDENTIFIER: RN110872397; LOCATION: Fort Stockton, Pecos County; TYPE OF FACILITY: public water system/supply; RULES VIOLATED: TWC, §11.081 and §11.121, by failing to obtain authorization prior to impounding, diverting or using state water without a required permit; PENALTY: $350; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Abigail Lindsey, (512) 239-2576; REGIONAL OFFICE: 9900 West IH-20, Suite 100, Midland, Texas 79706, (432) 570-1359.

(10) COMPANY: Parman Enterprises LLC fka Stewart & Stevenson LLC; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-1286-AIR-E; IDENTIFIER: RN102874419; LOCATION: Houston, Harris County; TYPE OF FACILITY: oil and gas field machinery and equipment manufacturing; RULES VIOLATED: 30 TAC §122.143(4) and §122.146(2), Federal Operating Permit Number O3774, General Terms and Conditions and Special Terms and Conditions Number 9, and Texas Health and Safety Code, §382.085(b), by failing to submit a permit compliance certification within 30 days of any certification period; PENALTY: $3,000; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Rebecca Johnson, (361) 825-3424; REGIONAL OFFICE: 5425 Polk Street, Suite H, Houston, Texas 77023-1452, (713) 767-3500.

(11) COMPANY: Paso Del Norte Materials, LLC; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-1688-AIR-E; IDENTIFIER: RN110098357; LOCATION: El Paso, El Paso County; TYPE OF FACILITY: asphalt production plant; RULES VIOLATED: 30 TAC §101.24(b) and Texas Health and Safety Code, §382.085(b), by failing to submit the emissions/inspection fee basis form within 60 days after being provided the emissions/inspection fee information packet; PENALTY: $1,725; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Carol McGrath, (210) 403-4063; REGIONAL OFFICE: 401 East Franklin Avenue, Suite 560, El Paso, Texas 79901-1212, (915) 834-4949.

(12) COMPANY: Paso Del Norte Materials, LLC; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-1699-AIR-E; IDENTIFIER: RN106224520; LOCATION: El Paso, El Paso County; TYPE OF FACILITY: concrete batch plant; RULES VIOLATED: 30 TAC §101.24(b) and Texas Health and Safety Code, §382.085(b), by failing to submit the emissions/inspection fee basis form within 60 days after being provided the emissions/inspection fee information packet; PENALTY: $1,312; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Carol McGrath, (210) 403-4063; REGIONAL OFFICE: 401 East Franklin Avenue, Suite 560, El Paso, Texas 79901-1212, (915) 834-4949.

(13) COMPANY: Paso Del Norte Materials, LLC; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-1689-AIR-E; IDENTIFIER: RN106197577; LOCATION: El Paso, El Paso County; TYPE OF FACILITY: hot mix asphalt plant; RULES VIOLATED: 30 TAC §101.24(b) and Texas Health and Safety Code, §382.085(b), by failing to submit the emissions/inspection fee basis form within 60 days after being provided the emissions/inspection fee information packet; PENALTY: $1,312; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Carol McGrath, (210) 403-4063; REGIONAL OFFICE: 401 East Franklin Avenue, Suite 560, El Paso, Texas 79901-1212, (915) 834-4949.

(14) COMPANY: PLAINS BAPTIST ASSEMBLY; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-1142-PWS-E; IDENTIFIER: RN101232262; LOCATION: Floydada, Floyd County; TYPE OF FACILITY: public water supply; RULES VIOLATED: 30 TAC §290.41(c)(3)(M), by failing to provide a suitable sampling cock on the discharge pipe of the facility's well pump prior to any treatment; 30 TAC §290.43(c)(3), by failing to ensure all overflows are not subject to submergence; 30 TAC §290.44(h)(1)(A), by failing to ensure additional protection was provided at all residences or establishments where an actual or potential contamination hazard exists in the form of an air gap or a backflow prevention assembly, as identified in 30 TAC §290.46(f)(2) and (3)(A)(i)(III) and (ii)(III) and §290.47(f), by failing to maintain water works operation and maintenance records and make them readily available for review by the executive director upon request; 30 TAC §290.46(m)(1)(A), by failing to inspect the facility's ground storage tank annually; 30 TAC §290.46(s)(1), by failing to calibrate the facility's well meter for Well Number 3 at least once every three years; 30 TAC §290.46(s)(2)(C)(i), by failing to verify the accuracy of the manual disinfectant residual analyzer at least once every 90 days using chlorine solutions of known concentrations; 30 TAC §290.46(u), by failing to plug an abandoned public water supply well with cement in accordance with 16 TAC Chapter 76 or submit the test results proving that the well is in a non-deteriorated condition; and 30 TAC §290.110(c)(4)(A), by failing to monitor the disinfectant residual at representative locations in the distribution system at least once every seven days; PENALTY: $1,410; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Epifanio Villarreal, (361) 825-3421; REGIONAL OFFICE: 5012 50th Street, Suite 100, Lubbock, Texas 79414-3426, (806) 796-7092.

(15) COMPANY: Realty Income Properties 22, LLC; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-1108-PWS-E; IDENTIFIER: RN106064561; LOCATION: Midland, Midland County; TYPE OF FACILITY: public water system; RULES VIOLATED: 30 TAC §290.106(f)(2) and Texas Health and Safety Code, §341.031(a), by failing to comply with the acute maximum contaminant level (MCL) of ten milligrams per liter for nitrate; and 30 TAC §290.122(a)(2) and (f), by failing to issue public notification and submit a copy of the notification, accompanied with a signed Certificate of Delivery, to the executive director regarding the failure to comply with the acute MCL for nitrate during the second quarter of 2019; PENALTY: $385; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Miles Wehner, (512) 239-2813; REGIONAL OFFICE: 9900 West IH-20, Suite 100, Midland, Texas 79706, (432) 570-1359.

(16) COMPANY: Robinson Russell S. Jr.; DOCKET NUMBER: 2020-0089-OSS-E; IDENTIFIER: RN103653424; LOCATION: Orange, Orange County; TYPE OF FACILITY: operator; RULE VIOLATED: 30 TAC §285.61(4), by failing to ensure that an authorization to construct has been issued prior to beginning construction of an on-site sewage facility; PENALTY: $175; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Alejandro Laje, (512) 239-2547; REGIONAL OFFICE: 3870 Eastex Freeway, Beaumont, Texas 77703-1830, (409) 898-3838.

(17) COMPANY: VICTOR SILVA; DOCKET NUMBER: 2020-0135-WOC-E; IDENTIFIER: RN103598124; LOCATION: Melvin, McCulloch County; TYPE OF FACILITY: operator; RULE VIOLATED: 30 TAC §30.5(a), by failing to obtain a required occupational license; PENALTY: $175; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Aaron Vincent, (512) 239-0855; REGIONAL OFFICE: 622 South Oakes, Suite K, San Angelo, Texas 76903-7035, (325) 655-9479.

(18) COMPANY: Topcon Inc; DOCKET NUMBER: 2020-0128-WQ-E; IDENTIFIER: RN110910650; LOCATION: Luling, Guadalupe County; TYPE OF FACILITY: construction site; RULE VIOLATED: 30 TAC §281.25(a)(4), by failing to obtain a construction general permit (stormwater); PENALTY: $875; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Harley Hobson, (512) 239-1337; REGIONAL OFFICE: 14250 Judson Road, San Antonio, Texas 78233-4480, (210) 490-3096.

(19) COMPANY: Triumph Aerostructures, LLC; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-1220-AIR-E; IDENTIFIER: RN100215185; LOCATION: Grand Prairie, Dallas County; TYPE OF FACILITY: aircraft manufacturing plant; RULES VIOLATED: 30 TAC §116.115(b)(2)(E)(i) and (c) and §122.143(4), New Source Review (NSR) Permit Number 18471, Special Conditions (SC) Numbers 11.B(1) and 11.C, Federal Operating Permit (FOP) Number O1629, General Terms and Conditions (GTC) and Special Terms and Conditions (STC) Number 7, and Texas Health and Safety Code (THSC), §382.085(b), by failing to maintain records containing the information and data sufficient to demonstrate compliance with the permit; 30 TAC §116.115(c) and §122.143(4), NSR Permit Number 18471, SC Number 2, FOP Number O1629, GTC and STC Number 7, and THSC, §382.085(b), by failing to physically identify and mark in a conspicuous location all equipment covered by the permit with the facility identification numbers and emissions point numbers; 30 TAC §122.143(4) and §122.145(2)(B) and (C), FOP Number O1629, GTC, and THSC, §382.085(b), by failing to submit a deviation report for at least each six-month period after permit issuance and failed to submit the deviation report no later than 30 days after the end of each reporting period; and 30 TAC §122.143(4) and §122.146(2), FOP Number O1629, GTC and STC Number 10, and THSC, §382.085(b), by failing to submit a permit compliance certification within 30 days of any certification period; PENALTY: $6,725; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Richard Garza, (512) 239-2697; REGIONAL OFFICE: 2309 Gravel Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76118-6951, (817) 588-5800.

(20) COMPANY: WWF Operating Company, LLC; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-1403-WQ-E; IDENTIFIER: RN100607902; LOCATION: Dallas, Dallas County; TYPE OF FACILITY: food processing facility; RULE VIOLATED: TWC, §26.121(a)(1), by failing to prevent the unauthorized discharge of wastewater into or adjacent to any water in the state; PENALTY: $4,875; ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR: Harley Hobson, (512) 239-1337; REGIONAL OFFICE: 2309 Gravel Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76118-6951, (817) 588-5800.

TRD-202000561

Charmaine Backens

Director, Litigation Division

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Filed: February 11, 2020


Combined Notice of Public Meeting and Notice of Application and Preliminary Decision (NAPD) for Water Quality Land Application Permit for Municipal Wastewater: New Proposed Permit No. WQ0015835001

APPLICATION AND PRELIMINARY DECISION. Silesia Properties, LP, 24114 Blanco Road, San Antonio, Texas 78260, has applied to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for a new permit, Proposed TCEQ Permit No. WQ0015835001, to authorize the disposal of treated domestic wastewater at a daily average flow not to exceed 365,000 gallons per day via public access subsurface area drip dispersal system with a minimum area of 84 acres. This permit will not authorize a discharge of pollutants into waters in the State. TCEQ received this application on November 8, 2019.

The wastewater treatment facility and disposal site will be located at 26226 West State Highway 46, in the City of Spring Branch, Comal County, Texas 78070. The wastewater treatment facility and disposal site will be located in the drainage basin of Guadalupe River Above Canyon Lake in Segment No. 1806 of the Guadalupe River Basin. This link to an electronic map of the site or facility's general location is provided as a public courtesy and not part of the application or notice. For exact location, refer to the application. https://tceq.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=db5bac44afbc468bbddd360f8168250f&marker=-98.5075%2C29.815277&level=12

The TCEQ Executive Director has completed the technical review of the application and prepared a draft permit. The draft permit, if approved, would establish the conditions under which the facility must operate. The Executive Director has made a preliminary decision that this permit, if issued, meets all statutory and regulatory requirements. The permit application, Executive Director's preliminary decision, and draft permit are available for viewing and copying at Mammen Family Public Library, 131 Bulverde Crossing, Bulverde, Texas.

PUBLIC COMMENT / PUBLIC MEETING. You may submit public comments about this application. The TCEQ will hold a public meeting on this application because it was requested by a local legislator.

The purpose of a public meeting is to provide the opportunity to submit comments or to ask questions about the application. A public meeting will be held and will consist of two parts, an Informal Discussion Period and a Formal Comment Period. A public meeting is not a contested case hearing under the Administrative Procedure Act. During the Informal Discussion Period, the public will be encouraged to ask questions of the applicant and TCEQ staff concerning the permit application. The comments and questions submitted orally during the Informal Discussion Period will not be considered before a decision is reached on the permit application and no formal response will be made. Responses will be provided orally during the Informal Discussion Period. During the Formal Comment Period on the permit application, members of the public may state their formal comments orally into the official record. A written response to all timely, relevant and material, or significant comments will be prepared by the Executive Director. All formal comments will be considered before a decision is reached on the permit application. A copy of the written response will be sent to each person who submits a formal comment or who requested to be on the mailing list for this permit application and provides a mailing address. Only relevant and material issues raised during the Formal Comment Period can be considered if a contested case hearing is granted on this permit application.

The Public Meeting is to be held:

Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.

Rahe Bulverde Elementary School

1715 East Ammann Road

Bulverde, Texas 78163

AGENCY CONTACTS AND INFORMATION. Citizens are encouraged to submit written comments anytime during the meeting or by mail before the close of the public comment period to the Office of the Chief Clerk, TCEQ, Mail Code MC-105, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087 or electronically at www14.tceq.texas.gov/epic/eComment/. Public comments and requests must be submitted within 30 days from the date of newspaper publication of this notice or by the date of the public meeting, whichever is later. Any personal information you submit to the TCEQ will become part of the agency's record; this includes email addresses. For more information about this permit application or the permitting process, please call the TCEQ Public Education Program, Toll Free, at (800) 687-4040 or visit their website at www.tceq.texas.gov/goto/pep. Si desea información en español, puede llamar al (800) 687-4040.

Persons with disabilities who need special accommodations at the meeting should call the Office of the Chief Clerk at (512) 239-3300 or (800) RELAY-TX (TDD) at least one week prior to the meeting.

OPPORTUNITY FOR A CONTESTED CASE HEARING. After the deadline for submitting public comments, the Executive Director will consider all timely comments and prepare a response to all relevant and material, or significant public comments. Unless the application is directly referred for a contested case hearing, the response to comments will be mailed to everyone who submitted public comments and to those persons who are on the mailing list for this application. If comments are received, the mailing will also provide instructions for requesting a contested case hearing or reconsideration of the Executive Director's decision. A contested case hearing is a legal proceeding similar to a civil trial in a state district court.

TO REQUEST A CONTESTED CASE HEARING, YOU MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS IN YOUR REQUEST: your name, address, phone number; applicant's name and proposed permit number; the location and distance of your property/activities relative to the proposed facility; a specific description of how you would be adversely affected by the facility in a way not common to the general public; a list of all disputed issues of fact that you submit during the comment period; and the statement "[I/we] request a contested case hearing." If the request for contested case hearing is filed on behalf of a group or association, the request must designate the group's representative for receiving future correspondence; identify by name and physical address an individual member of the group who would be adversely affected by the proposed facility or activity; provide the information discussed above regarding the affected member's location and distance from the facility or activity; explain how and why the member would be affected; and explain how the interests the group seeks to protect are relevant to the group's purpose.

Following the close of all applicable comment and request periods, the Executive Director will forward the application and any requests for reconsideration or for a contested case hearing to the TCEQ Commissioners for their consideration at a scheduled Commission meeting.

The Commission may only grant a request for a contested case hearing on issues the requestor submitted in their timely comments that were not subsequently withdrawn. If a hearing is granted, the subject of a hearing will be limited to disputed issues of fact or mixed questions of fact and law relating to relevant and material water quality concerns submitted during the comment period.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ACTION. The Executive Director may issue final approval of the application unless a timely contested case hearing request or request for reconsideration is filed. If a timely hearing request or request for reconsideration is filed, the Executive Director will not issue final approval of the permit and will forward the application and request to the TCEQ Commissioners for their consideration at a scheduled Commission meeting.

MAILING LIST. If you submit public comments, a request for a contested case hearing or a reconsideration of the Executive Director's decision, you will be added to the mailing list for this specific application to receive future public notices mailed by the Office of the Chief Clerk. In addition, you may request to be placed on: (1) the permanent mailing list for a specific applicant name and permit number; and/or (2) the mailing list for a specific county. If you wish to be placed on the permanent and/or the county mailing list, clearly specify which list(s) and send your request to TCEQ Office of the Chief Clerk at the address above.

INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE. For details about the status of the application, visit the Commissioners' Integrated Database at www.tceq.texas.gov/goto/cid. Search the database using the permit number for this application, which is provided at the top of this notice.

Further information may also be obtained from Silesia Properties, LP at the address stated above or by calling Mr. Aaron Laughlin, P.E., Steger Bizzell at (512) 930-9412.

Issuance Date: February 12, 2020

TRD-202000588

Bridget C. Bohac

Chief Clerk

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Filed: February 12, 2020


Enforcement Orders

An agreed order was adopted regarding Amigos Beef Cattle Company, LLC, Docket No. 2018‑0264‑MLM‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $4,012 in administrative penalties with $802 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Carlos Molina, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Susser Petroleum Property Company LLC dba Fast Break 8, Docket No. 2018‑0776‑PST‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $5,750 in administrative penalties with $1,150 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Hailey Johnson, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Reyes Cantu and Ernesto M. Cantu dba Mi Taco Village, Docket No. 2018‑1220‑PWS‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $522 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Taylor Pearson, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Alfonso's Tire and Wheels, LLC and Alfonso R. Martinez dba Alfonso's Tire Shop, Docket No. 2018‑1602‑MLM‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $5,500 in administrative penalties with $1,100 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Stephanie McCurley, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Skipper Beverage Company, LLC dba Stop N Go 2187, Docket No. 2018‑1612‑PST‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $3,563 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Taylor Pearson, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding East Texas Convenience, LLC dba The Villager Grocery, Docket No. 2019‑0058‑PST‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $4,800 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Taylor Pearson, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding City of Port Arthur, Docket No. 2019‑0125‑PST‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $7,150 in administrative penalties with $1,430 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Carlos Molina, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Oxy Vinyls, LP, Docket No. 2019‑0166‑AIR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $5,213 in administrative penalties with $1,042 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Rebecca Johnson, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding MEBB ENTERPRISES, LLC, Docket No. 2019‑0285‑PWS‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $1,080 in administrative penalties with $216 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Ronica Rodriguez, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Lazy Oaks Ranch, LP, Docket No. 2019‑0343‑EAQ‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $2,813 in administrative penalties with $562 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Abigail Lindsey, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Targa Midstream Services LLC, Docket No. 2019‑0358‑AIR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $6,563 in administrative penalties with $1,312 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Richard Garza, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Landers Precast Concrete, LLC, Docket No. 2019‑0559‑WQ‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $3,375 in administrative penalties with $675 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Katelyn Tubbs, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Solid Rock Crushing, LLC, Docket No. 2019‑0699‑AIR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $3,750 in administrative penalties with $750 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Margarita Dennis, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Celanese Ltd., Docket No. 2019‑0706‑AIR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $6,037 in administrative penalties with $1,207 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Margarita Dennis, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding City of Milford, Docket No. 2019‑0718‑PWS‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $100 in administrative penalties with $20 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Samantha Duncan, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding LGL Investments LLC, Docket No. 2019‑0719‑PWS‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $1,500 in administrative penalties with $300 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Yuliya Dunaway, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding James Lake Midstream LLC, Docket No. 2019‑0729‑AIR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $3,713 in administrative penalties with $742 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Richard Garza, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Orion Engineered Carbons LLC, Docket No. 2019‑0765‑AIR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $3,263 in administrative penalties with $652 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Mackenzie Mehlmann, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding 4-S Manufacturing Texas Limited Liability Company, Docket No. 2019‑0791‑AIR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $3,750 in administrative penalties with $750 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Johnnie Wu, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Cresson Crossroads, LLC, Docket No. 2019‑0797‑PWS‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $405 in administrative penalties with $81 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Julianne Dewar, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Johnny Piano, Docket No. 2019‑0801‑AIR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $2,688 in administrative penalties with $537 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Johnnie Wu, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding City of Byers, Docket No. 2019‑0841‑MWD‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $4,125 in administrative penalties with $825 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Katelyn Tubbs, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Kuraray America, Inc., Docket No. 2019‑0859‑AIR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $2,813 in administrative penalties with $562 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Mackenzie Mehlmann, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Anheuser-Busch, LLC, Docket No. 2019‑0860‑AIR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $4,313 in administrative penalties with $862 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Mackenzie Mehlmann, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding WTG Jameson, LP, Docket No. 2019‑0871‑AIR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $5,145 in administrative penalties with $1,029 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Richard Garza, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Aqua Texas, Inc., Docket No. 2019‑0926‑MWD‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $3,000 in administrative penalties with $600 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Katelyn Tubbs, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Exxon Mobil Corporation, Docket No. 2019‑0958‑AIR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $6,787 in administrative penalties with $1,357 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Amanda Diaz, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding RATTLER ROCK, INC., Docket No. 2019‑0984‑WQ‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $5,000 in administrative penalties with $1,000 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Alejandro Laje, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding ONEOK Hydrocarbon Southwest, LLC, Docket No. 2019‑1030‑AIR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $5,212 in administrative penalties with $1,042 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Mackenzie Mehlmann, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Rowena Water Supply Corporation, Docket No. 2019‑1043‑MLM‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $1,417 in administrative penalties with $283 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Steven Hall, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding WINDSOR WATER COMPANY, Docket No. 2019‑1087‑MLM‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $1,267 in administrative penalties with $253 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Yuliya Dunaway, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Spanky's Quick Stop, Inc. dba Quick Stop, Docket No. 2019‑1109‑PST‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $3,750 in administrative penalties with $750 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Alain Elegbe, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding City of Gladewater, Docket No. 2019‑1177‑PWS‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $636 in administrative penalties with $127 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Ronica Rodriguez, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding NORRIS-BRANTLEY, INC. dba Skinners Lakeport, Docket No. 2019‑1268‑PST‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $3,375 in administrative penalties with $675 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Katelyn Tubbs, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Walter J. Carroll Water Company, Inc., Docket No. 2019‑1293‑PWS‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $143 in administrative penalties with $28 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Ryan Byer, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

A field citation was adopted regarding Joel Pescador, Docket No. 2019‑1529‑WOC‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $175 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this citation may be obtained by contacting Epifanio Villarreal, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

A field citation was adopted regarding Coby L Dobbins, Docket No. 2019‑1596‑WOC‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $175 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this citation may be obtained by contacting Epifanio Villarreal, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

A field citation was adopted regarding M & H Manufacturing, Inc., Docket No. 2019‑1621‑WQ‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $875 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this citation may be obtained by contacting Christopher Moreno, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

A field citation was adopted regarding GENE ESTES, Docket No. 2019‑1650‑WR‑E on February 11, 2020, assessing $350 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this citation may be obtained by contacting Katelyn Tubbs, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

TRD-202000581

Bridget C. Bohac

Chief Clerk

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Filed: February 12, 2020,


Enforcement Orders

A default order was adopted regarding GSA C-STORES, INC. dba Savings Food Store, Docket No. 2017‑0782‑PST‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $6,875 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Taylor Pearson, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An order was adopted regarding Doug Calhoun dba Bubba's Scrap and Junk Removal, Docket No. 2017‑0926‑MLM‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $2,442 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Jess Robinson, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding the City of Castroville, Docket No. 2017‑1458‑MWD‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $77,700 in administrative penalties with $15,540 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Had Darling, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

A default and shutdown order was adopted regarding SIAL INVESTMENTS INC. dba Texas Stop 1, Docket No. 2018‑0230‑PST‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $4,500 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Taylor Pearson, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Equistar Chemicals, LP and LyondellBasell Acetyls, LLC, Docket No. 2018‑0544‑IWD‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $109,903 in administrative penalties with $21,980 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Steven Van Landingham, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding ALIKE INC. dba Beta C Store, Docket No. 2018‑0575‑PST‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $15,101 in administrative penalties with $3,020 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Tyler Richardson, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding EnerVest Operating, LLC, Docket No. 2018‑0669‑AIR‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $147,375 in administrative penalties with $29,475 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Johnnie Wu, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An order was adopted regarding R & K LLC dba Discount Self Serve 2, Docket No. 2018‑0796‑PST‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $9,124 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Taylor Pearson, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Shady Shores Communities, LLC, Docket No. 2018‑0916‑PST‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $10,159 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Audrey Liter, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding the City of La Feria, Docket No. 2018‑1234‑PST‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $13,439 in administrative penalties with $2,687 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Margarita Dennis, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

A default order was adopted regarding One Eighty Collision Center, LLC, Docket No. 2018‑1416‑AIR‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $1,562 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Benjamin Warms, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding TEDA TPCO America Corporation fka TPCO America Corporation, Docket No. 2018‑1516‑AIR‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $37,368 in administrative penalties with $7,473 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Johnnie Wu, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Bassam S. Zahra dba Saveway FS, Docket No. 2018‑1526‑PST‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $24,867 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Ian Groetsch, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

A default order was adopted regarding BHAYANI INVESTMENT, INC. dba Mickeys Pitstop 2, Docket No. 2018‑1599‑PST‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $9,500 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting John S. Merculief II, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Blaine Larsen Farms, Inc., Docket No. 2018‑1616‑AIR‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $17,250 in administrative penalties with $3,450 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Richard Garza, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

A default order was adopted regarding Margaret Ann Manchac, Docket No. 2018‑1639‑PST‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $3,937 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Taylor Pearson, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Frankie Bell dba Trenton Tire Shop, Docket No. 2018‑1739‑MSW‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $10,288 in administrative penalties with $2,057 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Ken Moller, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Kuraray America, Inc., Docket No. 2019‑0190‑AIR‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $10,200 in administrative penalties with $2,040 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Carol McGrath, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding LAKESHORE UTILITY COMPANY, Docket No. 2019‑0228‑PWS‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $1,430 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Miles Wehner, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

A default order was adopted regarding Raymond W. Blair, Jr. dba Last Resort Properties, Docket No. 2019‑0229‑PWS‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $1,104 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Jaime Garcia, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

A default order was adopted regarding Donita Banks, Docket No. 2019‑0300‑MSW‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $1,312 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Jaime Garcia, Staff Attorney at (512) 239‑3400, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding IJKM Inc. dba Hi Mart Beverage Store, Docket No. 2019‑0336‑PST‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $27,050 in administrative penalties with $5,410 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting John Paul Fennell, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding GURUDEO CORPORATION dba K A Minimart, Docket No. 2019‑0444‑PST‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $12,401 in administrative penalties with $2,480 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Stephanie McCurley, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Lake Conroe Holdings, LLC, Docket No. 2019‑0455‑WQ‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $9,375 in administrative penalties with $1,875 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Katelyn Tubbs, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding the City of Benjamin, Docket No. 2019‑0513‑PWS‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $1,233 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Samantha Duncan, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Positano Properties, LLC, Docket No. 2019‑0537‑PST‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $10,989 in administrative penalties with $2,197 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Danielle Porras, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding WHITE HORSE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY, INC., A Texas Nonprofit Corporation, Docket No. 2019‑0605‑PWS‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $396 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Samantha Duncan, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding MOLINA'S COUNTRY STORE, INC., Docket No. 2019‑0668‑PST‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $14,436 in administrative penalties with $2,887 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Tyler Smith, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Walter J. Carroll Water Company, Inc., Docket No. 2019‑0731‑PWS‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $2,972 in administrative penalties. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Ryan Byer, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

An agreed order was adopted regarding Concrete on Demand, LLC, Docket No. 2019‑0932‑AIR‑E on February 12, 2020, assessing $3,563 in administrative penalties with $712 deferred. Information concerning any aspect of this order may be obtained by contacting Richard Garza, Enforcement Coordinator at (512) 239‑2545, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087.

TRD-202000589

Bridget C. Bohac

Chief Clerk

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Filed: February 12, 2020


Notice of Application and Public Hearing for an Air Quality Standard Permit for a Concrete Batch Plant with Enhanced Controls: Proposed Air Quality Registration Number 159661

APPLICATION. Tex-Mix Partners, Ltd., P.O. Box 830, Leander, Texas 78646-0830 has applied to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for an Air Quality Standard Permit for a Concrete Batch Plant with Enhanced Controls Registration Number 159661 to authorize the continued operation of a permanent concrete batch plant with enhanced controls and construct a second permanent concrete batch plant with enhanced controls. The facility is proposed to be located in the extraterritorial jurisdiction of San Antonio at 12658 East Interstate Highway 10, near Converse, Bexar County, Texas 78109. This link to an electronic map of the site or facility's general location is provided as a public courtesy and not part of the application or notice. For exact location, refer to application. http://www.tceq.texas.gov/assets/public/hb610/index.html?lat=29.481495&lng=-98.233448&zoom=13&type=r. This application was submitted to the TCEQ on January 6, 2020. The primary function of this plant is to manufacture concrete by mixing materials including (but not limited to) sand, aggregate, cement and water. The executive director has determined the application was technically complete on January 16, 2020.

PUBLIC COMMENT / PUBLIC HEARING. Public written comments about this application may be submitted at any time during the public comment period. The public comment period begins on the first date notice is published and extends to the close of the public hearing. Public comments may be submitted either in writing to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Office of the Chief Clerk, MC-105, P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087, or electronically at www14.tceq.texas.gov/epic/eComment/. Please be aware that any contact information you provide, including your name, phone number, email address and physical address will become part of the agency's public record.

A public hearing has been scheduled that will consist of two parts, an informal discussion period and a formal comment period. During the informal discussion period, the public is encouraged to ask questions of the applicant and TCEQ staff concerning the application, but comments made during the informal period will not be considered by the executive director before reaching a decision on the permit, and no formal response will be made to the informal comments. During the formal comment period, members of the public may state their comments into the official record. Written comments about this application may also be submitted at any time during the hearing. The purpose of a public hearing is to provide the opportunity to submit written comments or an oral statement about the application. The public hearing is not an evidentiary proceeding.

The Public Hearing is to be held:

Thursday, March 12, 2020, at 6:00 p.m.

Best Western Plus San Antonio East Inn and Suites

8669 East Interstate Highway 10

San Antonio, Texas 78109

RESPONSE TO COMMENTS. A written response to all formal comments will be prepared by the executive director after the comment period closes. The response, along with the executive director's decision on the application, will be mailed to everyone who submitted public comments and the response to comments will be posted in the permit file for viewing.

The executive director shall approve or deny the application not later than 35 days after the date of the public hearing, considering all comments received within the comment period, and base this decision on whether the application meets the requirements of the standard permit.

CENTRAL/REGIONAL OFFICE. The application will be available for viewing and copying at the TCEQ Central Office and the TCEQ San Antonio Regional Office, located at 14250 Judson Rd., San Antonio, Texas 78233-4480, during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, beginning the first day of publication of this notice.

INFORMATION. If you need more information about this permit application or the permitting process, please call the Public Education Program toll free at (800) 687-4040. Si desea información en español, puede llamar al (800) 687-4040.

Further information may also be obtained from Tex-Mix Partners, Ltd., P.O. Box 830, Leander, Texas 78646-0830, or by calling Mr. Josh Butler, Principal Consultant, Elm Creek Environmental, LLC, at (972) 768-9093.

Notice Issuance Date: February 4, 2020

TRD-202000578

Bridget C. Bohac

Chief Clerk

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Filed: February 12, 2020


Notice of Hearing Lealco, Inc.: SOAH Docket No. 582-20-2399; TCEQ Docket No. 2018-1759-MSW; Proposed Permit No. 2398

APPLICATION.

Lealco, Inc., 7118 U.S. Highway 59 South, Goodrich, Polk County, Texas, 77335, has applied to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for a Type V Municipal Solid Waste Transfer Station permit. The facility is proposed to be located on approximately 20.5 acres of property located off County Road (CR) 130, approximately 0.8 miles northwest of the intersection of CR 130 and Chandler Road, in an unincorporated area of Williamson County, Texas, and within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Hutto, Texas. The transfer station facility would accept and transfer municipal solid waste which includes wastes resulting from or incidental to municipal, community, commercial, institutional, and recreational activities; construction or demolition waste; special waste that does not interfere with site operations; and other wastes such as Class 2 and Class 3 industrial waste. The TCEQ received this application on August 11, 2017. As a public courtesy, we have provided the following Web page to an online map of the site or the facility's general location. The online map is not part of the application or the notice: <https://tceq.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=db5bac44afbc468bbddd360f8168250f&marker=-97.56%2C30.5976&level=12>. For the exact location, refer to the application.

The TCEQ Executive Director has prepared a draft permit which, if approved, would establish the conditions under which the facility must operate. The Executive Director has made a preliminary decision that this permit, if issued, meets all statutory and regulatory requirements. The permit application, Executive Director's preliminary decision, and draft permit are available for viewing and copying at the Hutto City Secretary's office located at 500 West Live Oak Street, Hutto, Texas. The permit application may be viewed online at http://www.scsengineers.com/State/williamson-transfer-station.

DIRECT REFERRAL.

The Notice of Application and Preliminary Decision was published on December 20, 2018; January 3, 2019; January 10, 2019; and January 17, 2019. On January 21, 2020, the Applicant filed a request for direct referral to the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH). Therefore, the chief clerk has referred this application directly to SOAH for a hearing on whether the application complies with all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.

CONTESTED CASE HEARING.

The State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH) will conduct a preliminary hearing at:

10:00 a.m. - March 30, 2020

William P. Clements Building

300 West 15th Street, 4th Floor

Austin, Texas 78701

The purpose of a preliminary hearing is to establish jurisdiction, name the parties, establish a procedural schedule for the remainder of the proceeding, and to address other matters as determined by the judge. The evidentiary hearing phase of the proceeding, which will occur at a later date, will be similar to a civil trial in state district court. The hearing will be conducted in accordance with Chapter 2001, Texas Government Code; Chapter 361, Texas Health and Safety Code; TCEQ rules including 30 Texas Administrative Code (TAC) Chapter 330; and the procedural rules of the TCEQ and SOAH, including 30 TAC Chapter 80 and 1 TAC Chapter 155.

To request to be a party, you must attend the hearing and show you would be adversely affected by the application in a way not common to members of the general public. Any person may attend the hearing and request to be a party. Only persons named as parties may participate at the hearing.

In accordance with 1 Texas Administrative Code §155.401(a), Notice of Hearing, "Parties that are not represented by an attorney may obtain information regarding contested case hearings on the public website of the State Office of Administrative Hearings at www.soah.texas.gov, or in printed format upon request to SOAH."

INFORMATION.

If you need more information about the hearing process for this application, please call the Public Education Program, toll free, at (800) 687‑4040. General information about the TCEQ can be found at our web site at www.tceq.texas.gov. The mailing address for the TCEQ is P.O. Box 13087, Austin Texas 78711-3087.

Further information may also be obtained from Lealco, Inc. at the address stated above or by calling Mr. Chris Ruane, Region Engineering Manager, at (832) 442-2204.

Persons with disabilities who need special accommodations at the hearing should call the SOAH Docketing Department at (512) 475-3445, at least one week prior to the hearing.

TRD-202000580

Bridget C. Bohac

Chief Clerk

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Filed: February 12, 2020


Notice of Hearing Port of Corpus Christi Authority of Nueces County: SOAH Docket No. 582-20-1895; TCEQ Docket No. 2019-1156-IWD; Permit No. WQ0005253000

APPLICATION.

Port of Corpus Christi Authority of Nueces County, P.O. Box 1541, Corpus Christi, Texas 78403, which proposes to operate the Harbor Island Property - Former FINA Tank Farm, a seawater desalination facility, has applied to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for a new permit, Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (TPDES) Permit No. WQ0005253000, to authorize the discharge of water treatment wastes at a daily average flow not to exceed 95,600,000 gallons per day via Outfall 001. The TCEQ received this application on March 7, 2018.

The facility will be located adjacent to State Highway 361 just northeast of the Ferry Landing, in Nueces County, Texas 78336. As a public courtesy, we have provided the following Web page to an online map of the site or the facility's general location. The online map is not part of the application or the notice: <https://tceq.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=db5bac44afbc468bbddd360f8168250f&marker=-97.0675%2C27.845833&level=12>. For the exact location, refer to the application.

The effluent will be discharged via pipe directly to Corpus Christi Bay in Segment No. 2481 of the Bays and Estuaries. The designated uses for Segment No. 2481 are primary contact recreation, exceptional aquatic life use, and oyster waters.

In accordance with Title 30 Texas Administrative Code (TAC) Section 307.5 and TCEQ's Procedures to Implement the Texas Surface Water Quality Standards (June 2010), an antidegradation review of the receiving waters was performed. A Tier 1 antidegradation review has preliminarily determined that existing water quality uses will not be impaired by this permit action. Numerical and narrative criteria to protect existing uses will be maintained. A Tier 2 review has preliminarily determined that no significant degradation of water quality is expected in Corpus Christi Bay, which has been identified as having exceptional aquatic life use. Existing uses will be maintained and protected. The preliminary determination can be reexamined and may be modified if new information is received.

The TCEQ Executive Director reviewed this action for consistency with the Texas Coastal Management Program (CMP) goals and policies in accordance with the regulations of the General Land Office and has determined that the action is consistent with the applicable CMP goals and policies.

The TCEQ Executive Director has prepared a draft permit which, if approved, would establish the conditions under which the facility must operate. The Executive Director has made a preliminary decision that this permit, if issued, meets all statutory and regulatory requirements. The permit application, Executive Director's preliminary decision, and draft permit are available for viewing and copying at the following locations: Ed & Hazel Richmond Public Library, located at 110 N Lamont Street, Aransas Pass, Texas 78336; City Hall of Port Aransas, located at 710 W Avenue A, Port Aransas, Texas 78373; La Retama Central Library, located at 805 Comanche Street, Corpus Christi, Texas 78401; and Sinton Public Library, located at 100 N Pirate Blvd, Sinton, Texas.

CONTESTED CASE HEARING.

The State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH) will conduct a preliminary hearing at:

11:00 a.m. - March 24, 2020

Civic Center

710 West Avenue A

Port Aransas, Texas 78373

The purpose of a preliminary hearing is to establish jurisdiction, name the parties, establish a procedural schedule for the remainder of the proceeding, allow an opportunity for settlement discussions, and to address other matters as determined by the judge. The evidentiary hearing phase of the proceeding, which will occur at a later date, will be similar to a civil trial in state district court. The hearing will address the disputed issues of fact identified in the TCEQ order concerning this application issued on November 21, 2019. In addition to these issues, the judge may consider additional issues if certain factors are met.

The hearing will be conducted in accordance with Chapter 2001, Texas Government Code; Chapter 26, Texas Water Code; and the procedural rules of the TCEQ and SOAH, including 30 TAC Chapter 80 and 1 TAC Chapter 155. The hearing will be held unless all timely hearing requests have been withdrawn or denied.

To request to be a party, you must attend the hearing and show you would be adversely affected by the application in a way not common to members of the general public. Any person may attend the hearing and request to be a party. Only persons named as parties may participate at the hearing.

In accordance with 1 TAC §155.401(a), Notice of Hearing, "Parties that are not represented by an attorney may obtain information regarding contested case hearings on the public website of the State Office of Administrative Hearings at www.soah.texas.gov, or in printed format upon request to SOAH."

INFORMATION.

If you need more information about the hearing process for this application, please call the Public Education Program, toll free, at (800) 687‑4040. General information about the TCEQ can be found at our web site at www.tceq.texas.gov.

Further information may also be obtained from Port of Corpus Christi Authority of Nueces County at the address stated above or by calling Ms. Sarah L. Garza, Director of Environmental Planning, at (361) 885-6163.

Persons with disabilities who need special accommodations at the hearing should call the SOAH Docketing Department at (512) 475-3445, at least one week prior to the hearing.

Issued: February 6, 2020

TRD-202000579

Bridget C. Bohac

Chief Clerk

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Filed: February 12, 2020


Notice of Opportunity to Comment on Agreed Orders of Administrative Enforcement Actions

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ or commission) staff is providing an opportunity for written public comment on the listed Agreed Orders (AOs) in accordance with Texas Water Code (TWC), §7.075. TWC, §7.075, requires that before the commission may approve the AOs, the commission shall allow the public an opportunity to submit written comments on the proposed AOs. TWC, §7.075, requires that notice of the opportunity to comment must be published in the Texas Register no later than the 30th day before the date on which the public comment period closes, which in this case is March 23, 2020. TWC, §7.075, also requires that the commission promptly consider any written comments received and that the commission may withdraw or withhold approval of an AO if a comment discloses facts or considerations that indicate that consent is inappropriate, improper, inadequate, or inconsistent with the requirements of the statutes and rules within the commission's jurisdiction or the commission's orders and permits issued in accordance with the commission's regulatory authority. Additional notice of changes to a proposed AO is not required to be published if those changes are made in response to written comments.

A copy of each proposed AO is available for public inspection at both the commission's central office, located at 12100 Park 35 Circle, Building A, 3rd Floor, Austin, Texas 78753, (512) 239‑3400 and at the applicable regional office listed as follows. Written comments about an AO should be sent to the attorney designated for the AO at the commission's central office at P.O. Box 13087, MC 175, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087 and must be received by 5:00 p.m. on March 23, 2020. Comments may also be sent by facsimile machine to the attorney at (512) 239‑3434. The designated attorneys are available to discuss the AOs and/or the comment procedure at the listed phone numbers; however, TWC, §7.075, provides that comments on an AO shall be submitted to the commission in writing.

(1) COMPANY: ARNOLD TRUCKING, INC.; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-0129-WQ-E; TCEQ ID NUMBER: RN109813758; LOCATION: approximately 6 miles south of Hallsville on the north side of Farm-to-Market Road 2625 West, Hallsville, Harrison County; TYPE OF FACILITY: aggregate production operation; RULES VIOLATED: TWC, §26.121(a)(1) and TCEQ AO Docket Number 2017-1015-WQ-E, Ordering Provision Numbers 2.a.iv and v., by failing to prevent the unauthorized discharge of sediment into or adjacent to any water in the state; PENALTY: $3,000; STAFF ATTORNEY: Ryan Rutledge, Litigation Division, MC 175, (512) 239-0630; REGIONAL OFFICE: Tyler Regional Office, 2916 Teague Drive, Tyler, Texas 75701-3734, (903) 535-5100.

(2) COMPANY: C.M.T. Enterprises, LLC dba In N Out C Store Gas Station; DOCKET NUMBER: 2018-1255-PST-E; TCEQ ID NUMBER: RN103940854; LOCATION: 12040 Socorro Road, San Elizario, El Paso County; TYPE OF FACILITY: underground storage tank (UST) system and a convenience store with retail sales of gasoline; RULES VIOLATED: TWC, §26.3467(a) and 30 TAC §334.8(c)(5)(A)(i), by failing to make available to a common carrier a valid, current TCEQ delivery certificate before accepting a delivery of regulated substance into the USTs. Specifically, 49 deliveries were accepted during a 13-month period without a delivery certificate; 30 TAC §334.8(c)(4)(A)(vii) and (5)(B)(ii), by failing to review a previously issued UST delivery certificate by submitting a properly completed UST registration and self-certification form at least 30 days before the expiration date. Specifically, the delivery certificate expired on July 31, 2016; TWC, §26.3475(c)(1) and 30 TAC §334.50(b)(1)(A), by failing to monitor the USTs for releases at a frequency of at least once every 30 days; and TWC, §26.3475(a) and 30 TAC §334.50(b)(2), by failing to provide release detection for the pressurized piping associated with the UST system. Specifically, the Respondent had not conducted the annual line leak detector and piping tightness tests; PENALTY: $19,720; STAFF ATTORNEY: John S. Merculief II, Litigation Division, MC 175, (512) 239-6944; REGIONAL OFFICE: El Paso Regional Office, 401 East Franklin Avenue, Suite 560, El Paso, Texas 79901-1212, (915) 834-4949.

(3) COMPANY: RZ Traders Inc dba Pride Food Store; DOCKET NUMBER: 2018-1311-PST-E; TCEQ ID NUMBER: RN100760578; LOCATION: 801 South Greenville Avenue, Allen, Collin County; TYPE OF FACILITY: underground storage tank (UST) system and a convenience store with retail sales of gasoline; RULES VIOLATED: TWC, §26.3475(c) and 30 TAC §334.50(b)(1)(A), by failing to monitor the USTs in a manner that will detect a release at a frequency of at least once every 30 days; PENALTY: $4,500; STAFF ATTORNEY: John S. Merculief II, Litigation Division, MC 175, (512) 239-6944; REGIONAL OFFICE: Dallas-Fort Worth Regional Office, 2309 Gravel Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76118-6951, (817) 588-5800.

TRD-202000562

Charmaine Backens

Director, Litigation Division

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Filed: February 11, 2020


Notice of Opportunity to Comment on Default Orders of Administrative Enforcement Actions

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ or commission) staff is providing an opportunity for written public comment on the listed Default Orders (DOs). The commission staff proposes a DO when the staff has sent the Executive Director's Preliminary Report and Petition (EDPRP) to an entity outlining the alleged violations; the proposed penalty; the proposed technical requirements necessary to bring the entity back into compliance; and the entity fails to request a hearing on the matter within 20 days of its receipt of the EDPRP or requests a hearing and fails to participate at the hearing. Similar to the procedure followed with respect to Agreed Orders entered into by the executive director of the commission, in accordance with Texas Water Code (TWC), §7.075, this notice of the proposed order and the opportunity to comment is published in the Texas Register no later than the 30th day before the date on which the public comment period closes, which in this case is March 23, 2020. The commission will consider any written comments received, and the commission may withdraw or withhold approval of a DO if a comment discloses facts or considerations that indicate that consent to the proposed DO is inappropriate, improper, inadequate, or inconsistent with the requirements of the statutes and rules within the commission's jurisdiction, or the commission's orders and permits issued in accordance with the commission's regulatory authority. Additional notice of changes to a proposed DO is not required to be published if those changes are made in response to written comments.

A copy of each proposed DO is available for public inspection at both the commission's central office, located at 12100 Park 35 Circle, Building A, 3rd Floor, Austin, Texas 78753, (512) 239‑3400 and at the applicable regional office listed as follows. Written comments about the DO should be sent to the attorney designated for the DO at the commission's central office at P.O. Box 13087, MC 175, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087 and must be received by 5:00 p.m. on March 23, 2020. Comments may also be sent by facsimile machine to the attorney at (512) 239‑3434. The commission's attorneys are available to discuss the DOs and/or the comment procedure at the listed phone numbers; however, TWC, §7.075, provides that comments on the DOs shall be submitted to the commission in writing.

(1) COMPANY: CATALPA WATER SUPPLY CORPORATION; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-0546-PWS-E; TCEQ ID NUMBER: RN101247211; LOCATION: one mile south of Interstate Highway 27 off Western Street on Catalpa Street, near Amarillo, Randall County; TYPE OF FACILITY: public water system; RULES VIOLATED: 30 TAC §290.117(c)(2)(A), (h), and (i)(1) and TCEQ DO Docket Number 2014-1612-PWS-E, Ordering Provision Number 3.d.ii., by failing to collect lead and copper tap samples at the required ten sample sites, have the samples analyzed, and report the results to the executive director; 30 TAC §290.122(c)(2)(A) and (f), by failing to provide public notification and submit a copy of the public notification, accompanied with a signed Certificate of Delivery, to the executive director; and 30 TAC §290.108(e), by failing to provide the results of radionuclides monitoring; PENALTY: $812; STAFF ATTORNEY: Ian Groetsch, Litigation Division, MC 175, (512) 239-2225; REGIONAL OFFICE: Amarillo Regional Office, 3918 Canyon Drive, Amarillo, Texas 79109-4933, (806) 353-9251.

(2) COMPANY: Keith Woodard; DOCKET NUMBER: 2017-1772-WQ-E; TCEQ ID NUMBER: RN109447581; LOCATION: 1/8 mile from the intersection of County Road 1007 and Highway 255, Jasper, Jasper County; TYPE OF FACILITY: construction site; RULES VIOLATED: TWC, §26.121, 30 TAC §281.25(a)(4), and 40 Code of Federal Regulations, §122.26(c), by failing to obtain authorization to discharge stormwater associated with construction activities; and TWC, §26.121(a)(2), by failing to prevent the discharge of other waste into or adjacent to any other water in the state; PENALTY: $3,750; STAFF ATTORNEY: Jake Marx, Litigation Division, MC 175, (512) 239-5111; REGIONAL OFFICE: Beaumont Regional Office, 3870 Eastex Freeway, Beaumont, Texas 77703-1830, (409) 898-3838.

(3) COMPANY: WORTH OIL COMPANY; DOCKET NUMBER: 2018-1342-PST-E; TCEQ ID NUMBER: RN110484060; LOCATION: 1807 Holly Oak Street, Arlington, Tarrant County; 3401 Decatur Avenue, Fort Worth, Tarrant County; TYPE OF FACILITY: common carrier; RULES VIOLATED: TWC, §26.3467(d) and 30 TAC §334.5(b)(1)(A), by depositing a regulated substance into a regulated underground storage tank system that was not covered by a valid, current TCEQ delivery certificate; PENALTY: $6,355; STAFF ATTORNEY: Benjamin Warms, Litigation Division, MC 175, (512) 239-5144; REGIONAL OFFICE: Dallas-Fort Worth Regional Office, 2309 Gravel Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76118-6951, (817) 588-5800.

TRD-202000563

Charmaine Backens

Director, Litigation Division

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Filed: February 11, 2020


Notice of Opportunity to Comment on Shutdown/Default Orders of Administrative Enforcement Actions

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ or commission) staff is providing an opportunity for written public comment on the listed Shutdown/Default Orders (S/DOs). Texas Water Code (TWC), §26.3475, authorizes the commission to order the shutdown of any underground storage tank (UST) system found to be noncompliant with release detection, spill and overfill prevention, and/or, after December 22, 1998, cathodic protection regulations of the commission, until such time as the owner/operator brings the UST system into compliance with those regulations. The commission proposes a Shutdown Order after the owner or operator of a UST facility fails to perform required corrective actions within 30 days after receiving notice of the release detection, spill and overfill prevention, and/or after December 22, 1998, cathodic protection violations documented at the facility. The commission proposes a Default Order when the staff has sent an Executive Director's Preliminary Report and Petition (EDPRP) to an entity outlining the alleged violations, the proposed penalty, the proposed technical requirements necessary to bring the entity back into compliance, and the entity fails to request a hearing on the matter within 20 days of its receipt of the EDPRP or requests a hearing and fails to participate at the hearing. In accordance with TWC, §7.075, this notice of the proposed order and the opportunity to comment is published in the Texas Register no later than the 30th day before the date on which the public comment period closes, which in this case is March 23, 2020. The commission will consider any written comments received and the commission may withdraw or withhold approval of an S/DO if a comment discloses facts or considerations that indicate that consent to the proposed S/DO is inappropriate, improper, inadequate, or inconsistent with the requirements of the statutes and rules within the commission's jurisdiction, or the commission's orders and permits issued in accordance with the commission's regulatory authority. Additional notice of changes to a proposed S/DO is not required to be published if those changes are made in response to written comments.

A copy of each proposed S/DO is available for public inspection at both the commission's central office, located at 12100 Park 35 Circle, Building A, 3rd Floor, Austin, Texas 78753, (512) 239‑3400 and at the applicable regional office listed as follows. Written comments about the S/DO shall be sent to the attorney designated for the S/DO at the commission's central office at P.O. Box 13087, MC 175, Austin, Texas 78711‑3087 and must be received by 5:00 p.m. on March 23, 2020. Written comments may also be sent by facsimile machine to the attorney at (512) 239‑3434. The commission's attorneys are available to discuss the S/DOs and/or the comment procedure at the listed phone numbers; however, comments on the S/DOs shall be submitted to the commission in writing.

(1) COMPANY: Rupinderjit Singh dba Family Mart; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-0486-PST-E; TCEQ ID NUMBER: RN101744613; LOCATION: 1601 Main Street, Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County; TYPE OF FACILITY: UST system and a convenience store with retail sales of gasoline; RULES VIOLATED: TWC, §26.3475(c)(1)(A) and 30 TAC §334.50(b)(1)(A), by failing to monitor the USTs for releases in a manner which will detect a release at a frequency of at least once every 30 days; and 30 TAC §334.602(a), by failing to designate, train, and certify at least one named individual for each class of operator - Class A, B, and C for the facility; PENALTY: $4,500; STAFF ATTORNEY: Kevin Bartz, Litigation Division, MC 175, (512) 239-6225; REGIONAL OFFICE: Tyler Regional Office, 2916 Teague Drive, Tyler, Texas 75701-3734, (903) 535-5100.

(2) COMPANY: SAI SUMU INC dba Andy's Food Store; DOCKET NUMBER: 2019-0380-PST-E; TCEQ ID NUMBER: RN101632081; LOCATION: 4470 Southwest Boulevard, Fort Worth, Tarrant County; TYPE OF FACILITY: UST system and a convenience store with retail sales of gasoline; RULES VIOLATED: TWC, §26.3475(d), 30 TAC §334.49(a)(1), and TCEQ Agreed Order Docket Number 2016-1510-PST-E, Ordering Provision Number 2.a., by failing to provide corrosion protection for the UST system; PENALTY: $40,500; STAFF ATTORNEY: Taylor Pearson, Litigation Division, MC 175, (512) 239-5937; REGIONAL OFFICE: Dallas-Fort Worth Regional Office, 2309 Gravel Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76118-6951, (817) 588-5800.

TRD-202000560

Charmaine Backens

Director, Litigation Division

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Filed: February 11, 2020


General Land Office

Notice and Opportunity to Comment on Requests for Consistency Agreement/Concurrence Under the Texas Coastal Management Program

On January 10, 1997, the State of Texas received federal approval of the Coastal Management Program (CMP) (62 Federal Register pp. 1439 - 1440). Under federal law, federal agency activities and actions affecting the Texas coastal zone must be consistent with the CMP goals and policies identified in 31 TAC Chapter 501. Requests for federal consistency review were deemed administratively complete for the following project(s) during the period of January 27, 2020, to February 7, 2020. As required by federal law, the public is given an opportunity to comment on the consistency of proposed activities in the coastal zone undertaken or authorized by federal agencies. Pursuant to 31 TAC §§506.25, 506.32, and 506.41, the public comment period extends 30 days from the date published on the Texas General Land Office web site. The notice was published on the web site on Friday, February 14, 2020. The public comment period for this project will close at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday March 15, 2020.

FEDERAL AGENCY ACTIONS:

Applicant: Texas Deepwater Partners Terminals I, LLC

Location: The project site is located in Buffalo Bayou, approximately 11.5 miles southeast of Houston, within Harris County, Texas.

Latitude & Longitude (NAD 83): 29.741850, -95.154936

Project Description: The applicant proposes to modify their standard permit to dredge an additional 0.88 acres of palustrine emergent wetlands in order to accommodate an additional berthing slip, larger ship sizes, a barge dock, add a pier and trestle to extend one of the docks (thereby allowing ships to dock on either side), construct a 160-foot by 50-foot barge dock, install 4,600 linear feet of bulkhead, increase the dredge footprint by 9.4 acres (an additional 1.2 million cubic yards), utilize previously authorized dredge material placement areas (DMPAs), and acquire authorization to maintenance dredge for 10 years.

The following DMPAs are authorized: Filter bed, Glendale, Stimson-House Tract, Clinton, Rosa Allen, Wah Chang, Targa-Dynegy, East/West Jones, Green's Bayou, Spilman Island, Beltway 8 Tract, TDWP (formerly Pinto Lion), Houston Spoils, Houston Marine Service, Lost Lake, Adloy, Goat Island, Peggy Lake, and Alexander Island.

Type of Application: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) permit application #SWG-2007-01694. This application will be reviewed pursuant to Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbor Act and Section 404 of the Clean Water Act.

CMP Project No: 20-1123-F1

Applicant: Moda Ingleside Oil Terminal, LLC

Location: project site is located on the north side of the Corpus Christi Ship Channel (CCSC) between approximate Stations 520+07 and 540+08 at 262 Coral Sea Road (formerly Naval Station Ingleside), Ingleside, San Patricio County, Texas

Latitude & Longitude (NAD 83): 27.815509, -97.209526

Project Description: The applicant proposes to dredge approximately 3.9 million cubic yards of material to increase the area of its West Basin by approximately 32.8 acres to a total of 43 acres, including side slopes. Dredging would be done using both mechanical and hydraulic methods with placement of all dredged material on Berry Island. Potential dredged material placement areas (DMPAs) for future dredging, including maintenance, would include all Federally authorized and constructed, upland confined, dredged material placement areas, Good Hope, Dagger Island, and Beneficial Use Sites as available. Moda additionally proposes to implement improvements at its existing East Basin 2A barge dock by constructing a pile-supported 35-foot by 70-foot barge platform, which would require moving the existing fender line approximately 38 feet waterward of its current location. Four breasting dolphins and four protection dolphins would be also be installed. Improvements to the new West Basin include construction of barge dock Berths 7A, 7B, 7C, 8, and 9. This would require the placement of approximately 59.26 cubic yards of material to extend the existing bulkhead approximately 491 linear feet along the shoreline, and the installation of a new pile-supported barge dock to allow berthing on each side. Berths 7A, B, and C would require the installation of 38 barge dolphins. Existing bay bottom in the vicinity of Berth 7 would be dredged to a depth of -13 feet mean low tide (-15 feet MLLW) with a 2-foot allowable over-dredge. The remainder of the West Basin expansion would be dredged to a depth of -54 feet MLLW and an additional 2-foot allowable over-dredge and 2-foot advanced maintenance. To stabilize the dredge side slope, the project would install approximately 1,350 linear feet of 44-foot-wide articulated block mattress. Berths 8 and 9 would consist of a sheetpile causeway, pile-supported approach, an 80- by 120-foot pile-supported loading platform, twelve breasting dolphins, and nine mooring dolphins. Approximately 8.86 acres of seagrass and 0.95 acre of emergent wetlands would be impacted by this project.

Type of Application: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) permit application #SWG-1995-02221. This application will be reviewed pursuant to Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbor Act and Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. Note: The consistency review for this project may be conducted by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality as part of its certification under §401 of the Clean Water Act.

CMP Project No: 20-1139-F1

Applicant: Texas General Land Office

Location: The project site is located in Gulf of Mexico, at State Highway 87, northeast of Bauer Street, in Gilchrist, Galveston County, Texas.

Latitude & Longitude (NAD 83): 29.50677, -94.49995

Project Description: The applicant proposes to construct a 1,000-foot-long by 20-foot-wide T-head concrete recreational pier with a timber top deck. The pier would land to the west of the existing Rollover Pass (closure in progress) and extend out into the Gulf of Mexico. Concrete would be discharged in the form of predominantly pre-cast concrete pilings for the pier. The proposed total amount of fill material associated with the 138 pier pilings would be 0.013 acre.

Type of Application: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) permit application #SWG-2013-00808. This application will be reviewed pursuant to Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbor Act and Section 404 of the Clean Water Act.

CMP Project No: 20-1134-F1

Further information on the applications listed above, including a copy of the consistency certifications or consistency determinations for inspection, may be obtained from the Texas General Land Office Public Information Officer at 1700 N. Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas 78701, or via email at pialegal@glo.texas.gov. Comments should be sent to the Texas General Land Office Coastal Management Program Coordinator at the above address or via email at federal.consistency@glo.texas.gov.

TRD-202000577

Mark A. Havens

Chief Clerk and Deputy Land Commissioner

General Land Office

Filed: February 11, 2020


Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

Request for Proposals - Implementation Evaluation of House Bill (HB) 2223

RFP Number 781-0-22731

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) is soliciting proposals from qualified respondents to enter into a contract, in accordance with the requirements contained in this Request for Proposal (RFP).

Scope of Work:

The purpose of this RFP is to solicit Proposals from qualified public or private organizations, independent evaluators, or higher education institutions to conduct an external evaluation of the implementation by Texas public institutions of higher education of House Bill (HB) 2223, 85th Legislative Session. This legislation requires that a certain percentage of the institution's underprepared students be enrolled in corequisite model(s). A corequisite model is an instructional strategy whereby undergraduate students as defined in TSI Rule 4.53(24) are co-enrolled or concurrently enrolled in a developmental education course or non-course competency-based option (NCBO) as defined in TSI Rule 4.53(18) and the entry-level freshman course of the same subject matter within the same semester. The developmental component provides support aligned directly with the learning outcomes, instruction, and assessment of the entry-level freshman course, and makes necessary adjustments as needed in order to advance students' success in the entry-level freshman course. Such models are designed to accelerate students through milestones towards successful completions and transfers as outlined in the state's higher education strategic plan, 60x30TX.

Awarded Respondent(s) shall have demonstrated experience and understanding of higher education as delivered in Texas and developmental education metrics and processes; and experience and knowledge in both quantitative and qualitative methodologies including face-to-face and telephone interviews and focus groups. The successful Respondent(s) should also have experience in managing complex, statewide evaluation projects with multiple stakeholders.

The Awarded Respondent(s) shall work collaboratively with THECB staff members to develop evaluation methods appropriate to program design. These methods may include site visits, as well as interview and focus groups of students, faculty, and other stakeholders, as identified by the THECB.

The Awarded Respondent shall conduct an evaluation of the implementation of HB 2223.

To include:

Quantitative analysis:

Access and use administrative and survey data collected by the THECB to analyze the following:

--1. Comparison of student success metrics in corequisite developmental education models with non-corequisite developmental education models.

--2. Comparison of student success metrics in various implementation options of corequisite developmental education (e.g. number of semester credit hours, mode of instruction, etc.).

Use of administrative data will require analysis to be conducted at one of the designated Texas Education Research Centers (ERC), and/or at the THECB headquarters.

Cost Study:

Conduct a study and report findings on the cost effectiveness of the implementation of corequisite developmental education models as required by HB 2223.

Implementation Study:

Conduct site visits to institutions throughout Texas to identify and report the mechanisms by which corequisite courses impact various student outcomes.

A final evaluation report will synthesize findings and information from the three evaluation components (quantitative analysis, cost study, and implementation study) and provide an overview of the impact of the legislation. Findings from the final evaluation report will be used for statewide policy and practice considerations by THECB staff, in collaboration with Texas public institutions of higher education. Findings will also be used by THECB staff to help identify best practices in program implementation and scale-up of student participation in corequisite models. These institutional collaborations and THECB analyses will also help inform the legislatively mandated report on Developmental Education, per Rider 32 (85th Texas Legislature, Regular Session).

RFP documentation may be obtained by contacting:

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

P.O. Box 12788

Austin, TX 78711-2788

(512) 427-6142

theresa.lopez@thecb.state.tx.us

RFP documentation is also located on the THECB's website at http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/about-us/procurement/ and the Electronic state Business Daily at http://www.txsmartbuy.com/sp.

Proposers should check both websites often to ensure they have the most current information.

Deadline for proposal submission is 3:00 p.m. CT on March 13, 2020.

TRD-202000587

William Franz

General Counsel

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

Filed: February 12, 2020


Texas Department of Insurance

Company Licensing

Application for AXA Corporate Solutions Life Reinsurance Company, a foreign life, accident and/or health company, to change its name to Corporate Solutions Life Reinsurance Company. The home office is in Wilmington, Delaware.

Application for Time Insurance Company II, a foreign life, accident and/or health company, to change its name to Time Insurance Company. The home office is in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Any objections must be filed with the Texas Department of Insurance, within twenty (20) calendar days from the date of the Texas Register publication, addressed to the attention of Robert Rudnai, 333 Guadalupe Street, MC 103-CL, Austin, Texas 78701.

TRD-202000586

James Person

General Counsel

Texas Department of Insurance

Filed: February 12, 2020


Texas Lottery Commission

Scratch Ticket Game Number 2226 "$250,000 50X CASHWORD"

Name and Style of Scratch Ticket Game.

A. The name of Scratch Ticket Game No. 2226 is "$250,000 50X CASHWORD". The play style is "crossword".

1.1 Price of Scratch Ticket Game.

A. The price for Scratch Ticket Game No. 2226 shall be $10.00 per Scratch Ticket.

1.2 Definitions in Scratch Ticket Game No. 2226.

A. Display Printing - That area of the Scratch Ticket outside of the area where the overprint and Play Symbols appear.

B. Latex Overprint - The removable scratch-off covering over the Play Symbols on the front of the Scratch Ticket.

C. Play Symbol - The printed data under the latex on the front of the Scratch Ticket that is used to determine eligibility for a prize. Each Play Symbol is printed in Symbol font in black ink in positive except for dual-image games. The possible black Play Symbols are: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z, BLACKENED SQUARE SYMBOL, BELL SYMBOL, COIN SYMBOL, GOLD BAR SYMBOL, MONEY BAG SYMBOL, STACK OF BILLS SYMBOL and POT OF GOLD SYMBOL.

D. Play Symbol Caption - The printed material appearing below each Play Symbol which explains the Play Symbol. One caption appears under each Play Symbol and is printed in caption font in black ink in positive. Crossword and Bingo style games do not typically have Play Symbol Captions. The Play Symbol Caption which corresponds with and verifies each Play Symbol is as follows:

Figure 1: Game No. 2226 - 1.2D (.pdf)

E. Serial Number - A unique 13 (thirteen) digit number appearing under the latex scratch-off covering on the front of the Scratch Ticket. The Serial Number is for validation purposes and cannot be used to play the game. The format will be: 0000000000000.

F. Bar Code - A 24 (twenty-four) character interleaved two (2) of five (5) Bar Code which will include a four (4) digit game ID, the seven (7) digit Pack number, the three (3) digit Ticket number and the ten (10) digit Validation Number. The Bar Code appears on the back of the Scratch Ticket.

G. Game-Pack-Ticket Number - A 14 (fourteen) digit number consisting of the four (4) digit game number (2226), a seven (7) digit Pack number, and a three (3) digit Ticket number. Ticket numbers start with 001 and end with 050 within each Pack. The format will be: 2226-0000001-001.

H. Pack - A Pack of "$250,000 50X CASHWORD" Scratch Ticket Game contains 050 Tickets, packed in plastic shrink-wrapping and fanfolded in pages of one (1). The back of Ticket 001 will be shown on the front of the Pack; the back of Ticket 050 will be revealed on the back of the Pack. All Packs will be tightly shrink-wrapped. There will be no breaks between the Tickets in a Pack.

I. Non-Winning Scratch Ticket - A Scratch Ticket which is not programmed to be a winning Scratch Ticket or a Scratch Ticket that does not meet all of the requirements of these Game Procedures, the State Lottery Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 466), and applicable rules adopted by the Texas Lottery pursuant to the State Lottery Act and referenced in 16 TAC, Chapter 401.

J. Scratch Ticket Game, Scratch Ticket, or Ticket - Texas Lottery "$250,000 50X CASHWORD" Scratch Ticket Game No. 2226

2.0 Determination of Prize Winners. The determination of prize winners is subject to the general Scratch Ticket validation requirements set forth in Texas Lottery Rule 401.302, Scratch Ticket Game Rules, these Game Procedures, and the requirements set out on the back of each Scratch Ticket. Each Scratch Ticket contains exactly 312 (three hundred twelve) Play Symbols. A prize winner in the "$250,000 50X CASHWORD" Scratch Ticket Game is determined once the latex on the Scratch Ticket is scratched off to expose all of the YOUR 20 LETTERS Play Symbols. The player then scratches all the letters found in GAME 1, GAME 2 and GAME 3 that exactly match the YOUR 20 LETTERS Play Symbols. If the player has scratched at least 2 complete WORDS within a GAME, the player wins the prize found in the corresponding PRIZE LEGEND. WORDS revealed in one GAME cannot be combined with WORDS revealed in another GAME. Each GAME is played separately. Only one prize paid per GAME. Only letters within the same GAME that are matched with the YOUR 20 LETTERS Play Symbols can be used to form a complete WORD. In each GAME, every lettered square within an unbroken horizontal (left to right) or vertical (top to bottom) sequence must be matched with the YOUR 20 LETTERS Play Symbols to be considered a complete WORD. Words revealed in a diagonal sequence are not considered valid WORDS. Words within WORDS are not eligible for a prize. Words that are spelled from right to left or bottom to top are not eligible for a prize. A complete WORD must contain at least three letters. GAME 1 and GAME 2 can win by revealing 2 to 11 complete WORDS on each GAME. GAME 3 can win by revealing 2 to 9 complete WORDS. MULTIPLIER BONUS: The player must scratch the MULTIPLIER SYMBOL. The player multiplies the total prize won in GAMES 1, 2 and 3 by the MULTIPLIER SYMBOL found in the legend to win that amount. Revealing a BELL SYMBOL (WINX1) does not multiply winnings in any GAME. No portion of the Display Printing nor any extraneous matter whatsoever shall be usable or playable as a part of the Scratch Ticket.

2.1 Scratch Ticket Validation Requirements.

A. To be a valid Scratch Ticket, all of the following requirements must be met:

1. Exactly 312 (three hundred twelve) Play Symbols must appear under the Latex Overprint on the front portion of the Scratch Ticket;

2. Each of the Play Symbols must have a Play Symbol Caption underneath, unless specified, and each Play Symbol must agree with its Play Symbol Caption; Crossword and Bingo games do not typically have Play Symbol Captions;

3. Each of the Play Symbols must be present in its entirety and be fully legible;

4. Each of the Play Symbols must be printed in black ink except for dual image games;

5. The Scratch Ticket shall be intact;

6. The Serial Number and Game-Pack-Ticket Number must be present in their entirety and be fully legible;

7. The Serial Number must correspond, using the Texas Lottery's codes, to the Play Symbols on the Scratch Ticket;

8. The Scratch Ticket must not have a hole punched through it, be mutilated, altered, unreadable, reconstituted or tampered with in any manner;

9. The Scratch Ticket must not be counterfeit in whole or in part;

10. The Scratch Ticket must have been issued by the Texas Lottery in an authorized manner;

11. The Scratch Ticket must not have been stolen, nor appear on any list of omitted Scratch Tickets or non-activated Scratch Tickets on file at the Texas Lottery;

12. The Play Symbols, Serial Number and Game-Pack-Ticket Number must be right side up and not reversed in any manner;

13. The Scratch Ticket must be complete and not miscut, and have exactly 312 (three hundred twelve) Play Symbols under the Latex Overprint on the front portion of the Scratch Ticket, exactly one Serial Number and exactly one Game-Pack-Ticket Number on the Scratch Ticket;

14. The Serial Number of an apparent winning Scratch Ticket shall correspond with the Texas Lottery's Serial Numbers for winning Scratch Tickets, and a Scratch Ticket with that Serial Number shall not have been paid previously;

15. The Scratch Ticket must not be blank or partially blank, misregistered, defective or printed or produced in error;

16. Each of the 312 (three hundred twelve) Play Symbols must be exactly one of those described in Section 1.2.C of these Game Procedures;

17. Each of the 312 (three hundred twelve) Play Symbols on the Scratch Ticket must be printed in the Symbol font and must correspond precisely to the artwork on file at the Texas Lottery; the Scratch Ticket Serial Numbers must be printed in the Serial font and must correspond precisely to the artwork on file at the Texas Lottery; and the Game-Pack-Ticket Number must be printed in the Game-Pack-Ticket Number font and must correspond precisely to the artwork on file at the Texas Lottery;

18. The Display Printing on the Scratch Ticket must be regular in every respect and correspond precisely to the artwork on file at the Texas Lottery; and

19. The Scratch Ticket must have been received by the Texas Lottery by applicable deadlines.

B. The Scratch Ticket must pass all additional validation tests provided for in these Game Procedures, the Texas Lottery's Rules governing the award of prizes of the amount to be validated, and any confidential validation and security tests of the Texas Lottery.

C. Any Scratch Ticket not passing all of the validation requirements is void and ineligible for any prize and shall not be paid. However, the Executive Director may, solely at the Executive Director's discretion, refund the retail sales price of the Scratch Ticket. In the event a defective Scratch Ticket is purchased, the only responsibility or liability of the Texas Lottery shall be to replace the defective Scratch Ticket with another unplayed Scratch Ticket in that Scratch Ticket Game (or a Scratch Ticket of equivalent sales price from any other current Texas Lottery Scratch Ticket Game) or refund the retail sales price of the Scratch Ticket, solely at the Executive Director's discretion.

2.2 Programmed Game Parameters.

A. GENERAL: Consecutive Non-Winning Tickets within a Pack will not have matching patterns, in the same order, of Play Symbols.

B. GENERAL: There is no correlation between any exposed data on a Ticket and its status as a winner or non-winner.

C. CROSSWORD GAMES: Each grid from GAME 1 and GAME 2 will contain exactly the same number of letters.

D. CROSSWORD GAMES: Each grid from GAME 1 and GAME 2 will contain exactly the same number of words.

E. CROSSWORD GAMES: No matching words on a Ticket.

F. CROSSWORD GAMES: All words used will be from the TEXAS APPROVED WORD LIST CASHWORD/CROSSWORD v 2.0, dated January 31, 2019.

G. CROSSWORD GAMES: All words will contain a minimum of three (3) letters.

H. CROSSWORD GAMES: All words will contain a maximum of nine (9) letters.

I. CROSSWORD GAMES: There will be a minimum of three (3) vowels in the YOUR 20 LETTERS play area. Vowels are considered to be A, E, I, O, U.

J. CROSSWORD GAMES: No consonant will appear more than nine (9) times, and no vowel will appear more than fourteen (14) times in GAME 1 and GAME 2.

K. CROSSWORD GAMES: No consonant will appear more than seven (7) times, no vowel will appear more than ten (10) times in GAME 3.

L. CROSSWORD GAMES: No matching Play Symbols in the YOUR 20 LETTERS play area.

M. CROSSWORD GAMES: At least fifteen (15) of the letters in the YOUR 20 LETTERS play area will open at least one (1) letter in GAME 1 (11x11), GAME 2 (11x11) and GAME 3 (7x7) crossword grids combinations.

N. CROSSWORD GAMES: The presence or absence of any letter or combination of letters in the YOUR 20 LETTERS play area will not be indicative of a winning or Non-Winning Ticket.

O. CROSSWORD GAMES: Words from the TEXAS REJECTED WORD LIST v.2.3, dated December 4, 2017, will not appear horizontally in the YOUR 20 LETTERS play area when read left to right or right to left.

P. CROSSWORD GAMES: On Non-Winning Tickets, there will be one (1) completed word in GAME 1 and one (1) completed word in GAME 2.

Q. CROSSWORD GAMES: There will be a random distribution of all Play Symbols on the Ticket, unless restricted by other parameters, play action or prize structure.

R. CROSSWORD GAMES: GAME 1 and GAME 2 will have no more than eleven (11) complete words per grid.

S. CROSSWORD GAMES: GAME 3 will have no more than nine (9) complete words.

T. CROSSWORD GAMES: A Ticket can only win one (1) time per GAME and a total of up to three (3) times per Ticket in accordance with the approved prize structure.

U. CROSSWORD GAMES: Each Ticket in a Pack will have unique GAMES.

V. MULTIPLIER BONUS: The MULTIPLIER BONUS Play Symbols of "BELL" (WINX1), "COIN" (WINX2), "GOLD BAR" (WINX3), "MONEY BAG" (WINX5), "STACK OF BILLS" (WINX10) and "POT OF GOLD" (WINX50) will only be used on winning Tickets, as dictated by the prize structure.

W. MULTIPLIER BONUS: Tickets that do not win in the "MULTIPLIER BONUS" play area will display the "BELL" (WINX1) MULTIPLIER BONUS Play Symbol.

X. MULTIPLIER BONUS: Revealing a "BELL" (WINX1) MULTIPLIER BONUS Play Symbol does not multiply winnings in any GAME.

Y. MULTIPLIER BONUS: Tickets that do not win in GAME 1, GAME 2, or GAME 3 will use the "BELL" (WINX1) MULTIPLIER BONUS Play Symbol in the "MULTIPLIER BONUS" play area.

2.3 Procedure for Claiming Prizes.

A. To claim a "$250,000 50X CASHWORD" Scratch Ticket Game prize of $10.00, $20.00, $30.00, $50.00, $80.00, $100, $200 or $500, a claimant shall sign the back of the Scratch Ticket in the space designated on the Scratch Ticket and present the winning Scratch Ticket to any Texas Lottery Retailer. The Texas Lottery Retailer shall verify the claim and, if valid, and upon presentation of proper identification, if appropriate, make payment of the amount due the claimant and physically void the Scratch Ticket; provided that the Texas Lottery Retailer may, but is not required, to pay a $30.00, $50.00, $80.00, $100, $200 or $500 Scratch Ticket Game Prize. In the event the Texas Lottery Retailer cannot verify the claim, the Texas Lottery Retailer shall provide the claimant with a claim form and instruct the claimant on how to file a claim with the Texas Lottery. If the claim is validated by the Texas Lottery, a check shall be forwarded to the claimant in the amount due. In the event the claim is not validated, the claim shall be denied and the claimant shall be notified promptly. A claimant may also claim any of the above prizes under the procedure described in Section 2.3.B and Section 2.3.C of these Game Procedures.

B. To claim a "$250,000 50X CASHWORD" Scratch Ticket Game prize of $1,000, $10,000 or $250,000, the claimant must sign the winning Scratch Ticket and present it at one of the Texas Lottery's Claim Centers. If the claim is validated by the Texas Lottery, payment will be made to the bearer of the validated winning Scratch Ticket for that prize upon presentation of proper identification. When paying a prize of $600 or more, the Texas Lottery shall file the appropriate income reporting form with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and shall withhold federal income tax at a rate set by the IRS if required. In the event that the claim is not validated by the Texas Lottery, the claim shall be denied and the claimant shall be notified promptly.

C. As an alternative method of claiming a "$250,000 50X CASHWORD" Scratch Ticket Game prize, the claimant must sign the winning Scratch Ticket, thoroughly complete a claim form, and mail both to: Texas Lottery Commission, P.O. Box 16600, Austin, Texas 78761-6600. The Texas Lottery is not responsible for Scratch Tickets lost in the mail. In the event that the claim is not validated by the Texas Lottery, the claim shall be denied and the claimant shall be notified promptly.

D. Prior to payment by the Texas Lottery of any prize, the Texas Lottery shall deduct the amount of a delinquent tax or other money from the winnings of a prize winner who has been finally determined to be:

1. delinquent in the payment of a tax or other money to a state agency and that delinquency is reported to the Comptroller under Government Code §403.055;

2. in default on a loan made under Chapter 52, Education Code;

3. in default on a loan guaranteed under Chapter 57, Education Code; or

4. delinquent in child support payments in the amount determined by a court or a Title IV-D agency under Chapter 231, Family Code.

E. If a person is indebted or owes delinquent taxes to the State, other than those specified in the preceding paragraph, the winnings of a person shall be withheld until the debt or taxes are paid.

2.4 Allowance for Delay of Payment. The Texas Lottery may delay payment of the prize pending a final determination by the Executive Director, under any of the following circumstances:

A. if a dispute occurs, or it appears likely that a dispute may occur, regarding the prize;

B. if there is any question regarding the identity of the claimant;

C. if there is any question regarding the validity of the Scratch Ticket presented for payment; or

D. if the claim is subject to any deduction from the payment otherwise due, as described in Section 2.3.D of these Game Procedures. No liability for interest for any delay shall accrue to the benefit of the claimant pending payment of the claim.

2.5 Payment of Prizes to Persons Under 18. If a person under the age of 18 years is entitled to a cash prize under $600 from the "$250,000 50X CASHWORD" Scratch Ticket Game, the Texas Lottery shall deliver to an adult member of the minor's family or the minor's guardian a check or warrant in the amount of the prize payable to the order of the minor.

2.6 If a person under the age of 18 years is entitled to a cash prize of $600 or more from the "$250,000 50X CASHWORD" Scratch Ticket Game, the Texas Lottery shall deposit the amount of the prize in a custodial bank account, with an adult member of the minor's family or the minor's guardian serving as custodian for the minor.

2.7 Scratch Ticket Claim Period. All Scratch Ticket Game prizes must be claimed within 180 days following the end of the Scratch Ticket Game or within the applicable time period for certain eligible military personnel as set forth in Texas Government Code §466.408. Any rights to a prize that is not claimed within that period, and in the manner specified in these Game Procedures and on the back of each Scratch Ticket, shall be forfeited.

2.8 Disclaimer. The number of prizes in a game is approximate based on the number of Scratch Tickets ordered. The number of actual prizes available in a game may vary based on number of Scratch Tickets manufactured, testing, distribution, sales and number of prizes claimed. A Scratch Ticket Game may continue to be sold even when all the top prizes have been claimed.

3.0 Scratch Ticket Ownership.

A. Until such time as a signature is placed upon the back portion of a Scratch Ticket in the space designated, a Scratch Ticket shall be owned by the physical possessor of said Scratch Ticket. When a signature is placed on the back of the Scratch Ticket in the space designated, the player whose signature appears in that area shall be the owner of the Scratch Ticket and shall be entitled to any prize attributable thereto. Notwithstanding any name or names submitted on a claim form, the Executive Director shall make payment to the player whose signature appears on the back of the Scratch Ticket in the space designated. If more than one name appears on the back of the Scratch Ticket, the Executive Director will require that one of those players whose name appears thereon be designated by such players to receive payment.

B. The Texas Lottery shall not be responsible for lost or stolen Scratch Tickets and shall not be required to pay on a lost or stolen Scratch Ticket.

4.0 Number and Value of Scratch Ticket Prizes. There will be approximately 18,000,000 Scratch Tickets in Scratch Ticket Game No. 2226. The approximate number and value of prizes in the game are as follows:

Figure 2: Game No. 2226 - 4.0 (.pdf)

A. The actual number of Scratch Tickets in the game may be increased or decreased at the sole discretion of the Texas Lottery Commission.

5.0 End of the Scratch Ticket Game. The Executive Director may, at any time, announce a closing date (end date) for the Scratch Ticket Game No. 2226 without advance notice, at which point no further Scratch Tickets in that game may be sold. The determination of the closing date and reasons for closing will be made in accordance with the Scratch Ticket Game closing procedures and the Scratch Ticket Game Rules. See 16 TAC §401.302(j).

6.0 Governing Law. In purchasing a Scratch Ticket, the player agrees to comply with, and abide by, these Game Procedures for Scratch Ticket Game No. 2226, the State Lottery Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 466), applicable rules adopted by the Texas Lottery pursuant to the State Lottery Act and referenced in 16 TAC, Chapter 401, and all final decisions of the Executive Director.

TRD-202000570

Bob Biard

General Counsel

Texas Lottery Commission

Filed: February 11, 2020


Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Notice of Proposed Real Estate Transactions

Disposition of Real Estate - Blanco County

Approximately 3.5 Acres at Blanco State Park

In a meeting on March 26, 2020, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission (the Commission) will consider authorizing the sale of approximately 3.5 acres near Blanco State Park. The narrow riverbank tract is isolated from and not adjacent to the park. The sale tract will be subject to prohibitions on subdivision, development, and native vegetation removal. The public will have an opportunity to comment on the proposed transaction before the Commission takes action. The meeting will start at 9:00 a.m. at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Headquarters, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, Texas 78744. Prior to the meeting, public comment may be submitted to Trey Vick, Land Conservation, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, Texas 78744, or by email to trey.vick@tpwd.texas.gov, or via the department's website at www.tpwd.texas.gov.

Granting of Easement - Lubbock County

Approximately 0.10 Acres at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Law Enforcement Office

In a meeting on March 26, 2020, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission (the Commission) will consider authorizing granting an approximately 0.10-acre utility easement at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Law Enforcement Office in Lubbock, Texas. The public will have an opportunity to comment on the proposed transaction before the Commission takes action. The meeting will start at 9:00 a.m. at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Headquarters, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, Texas 78744. Prior to the meeting, public comment may be submitted to Trey Vick, Land Conservation, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, Texas 78744, or by email to trey.vick@tpwd.texas.gov, or via the department's website at www.tpwd.texas.gov.

TRD-202000558

Robert D. Sweeney, Jr.

General Counsel

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Filed: February 10, 2020


Supreme Court of Texas

Approval of Amendments to Rule 13.1 of the Texas Rules of Judicial Administration (.pdf)

TRD-202000590

Jaclyn Daumerie

Rules Attorney

Supreme Court of Texas

Filed: February 12, 2020


Texas Water Development Board

Applications Received January 2020

Pursuant to Texas Water Code §6.195, the Texas Water Development Board provides notice of the following applications:

Project ID #73882, a request from the Trinity Bay Conservation District, 2500 State Highway 124, Stowell, Texas 77661, received on January 10 2020, for $3,027,000 in financial assistance from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund for a proposed 0.6 MGD wastewater treatment facility will replace the current lagoon/wetlands treatment operation due to the growing need for wastewater treatment in the region as well as the health and safety concerns that were presented as a result of the flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey.

Project ID #73687, a request from the City of Los Fresnos, 520 East Ocean, Los Fresnos, Texas 78566-3643, received on January 10, 2020, for $1,600,000 in financial assistance from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund a proposed wastewater improvements which include rehabilitation of existing wastewater infrastructures and expansion of its wastewater collection system to unserved areas.

Project ID #73840, a request from the City of Kerrville, 701 Main Street, Kerrville, Texas 78028, received on January 10, 2020, for $500,000 in financial assistance from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund to provide construction funding for the permanent replacement of the two recycle water lines.

Project ID #62748, a request from the City of Blanco, P.O. Box 750, Blanco, Texas 78606-0750, received on January 16, 2020, for $6,550,000 in financial assistance from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to refurbish and modernize the wastewater treatment process while treating THM concentration issues, flood proofing/raising facilities above 100 year flood event level, obtain new TCEQ discharge permit, and demolish abandoned components. Improvements would begin at the raw water pump station and continue throughout the treatment process which ends with the on-site 500,000 ground storage tank.

Project ID #73884, a request from the City of Bertram, 110 East Vaughan, Bertram, Texas 78605-1604, received on January 31, 2020, for $4,750,000 in financial assistance from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund for replacement of the existing lagoon wastewater treatment system.

Project ID #73885, a request from the City of Athens, 508 East Tyler Street, Athens, Texas 75751, received on January 31, 2020, for $988,040 in financial assistance from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund for two separate infrastructure improvements to enhance and improve the effectiveness of the Athens North Wastewater Treatment plant. A treatment plant trickling filter will undergo significant rehabilitation and an 8-inch sewer main along Pinkerton Street that feeds the plant will be replaced with a larger line.

TRD-202000542

Todd Chenoweth

General Counsel

Texas Water Development Board

Filed: February 10, 2020


Workforce Solutions Deep East Texas

RFQ #20-394 Independent Reviewer for Proposal

The Deep East Texas Local Workforce Development Board dba Workforce Solutions Deep East Texas is seeking quotes for the Independent Reviewer of Proposals for Child Care Services Request for Proposal Evaluators.

A Request for Proposals (RFP) for Child Care Services Operator will be issued for management and operation for Deep East Texas Local Workforce. In order to provide a thorough evaluation, the Board will utilize the services of independent reviewers.

A copy of the RFQ #20-394 is available on the Board's website at www.detwork.org.

TRD-202000428

Kim Moulder

Staff Service Specialist

Workforce Solutions Deep East Texas

Filed: February 5, 2020