House Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs - 65th R.S. (1977)
- Oversight responsibility of agency expenditures and related transactions. This function shall encompass a review and monitoring of all appropriations-related actions of those agencies assigned to this Committee for appropriative purposes during the 65th Regular Session of the Legislature, to wit: Department of Community Affairs.
- A study of urban development in general, to include urban sprawl and its effect; annexation policies of cities and the problems and effects caused thereby; and the emerging administrative problems of urban areas, including methods of financing improvements and urban blight and renovation.
- A study local government structures, including powers and resources and demands thereupon with recommendations as to any necessary legislative action to provide flexibility and uniformity of operation.
- A study of intra-state regions and special districts to include a report on the trends towards metropolitan area governments, and recommendations as to any necessary legislative action to control or redirect the direction of regional councils of government.
- A study of the methodology, effect of and financial ramifications of the State electing to withdraw participation in the social security system of state employees.
Stan Schlueter (Member) resigned from the Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs 2/22/1978. (Memorandum from Bill Clayton, Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives, February 22, 1978. See House Press Memos 1978, L1801.1 P926 1978.)
Bill Haley (Member) appointed 3/16/1978. (Memorandum from Bill Clayton, Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives, March 16, 1978. See House Press Memos 1978, L1801.1 P926 1978.)
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