REVIEW OF AGENCY RULES

Proposed Rule Reviews

Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board

Title 22, Part 8

The Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board (TALCB) files this notice of intention to review 22 TAC Chapter 159, Rules Relating to the Provisions of the Texas Appraisal Management Company Registration and Regulation Act. This review is undertaken pursuant to Government Code, §2001.039.

During the review process, TALCB may determine whether a specific rule requires amendments to refine TALCB's legal and policy considerations; whether the rules reflect current TALCB procedures; that no changes to a rule as currently in effect are necessary; or that a rule is no longer valid or applicable. Rules may also be combined or reduced for simplification and clarity when feasible. Any proposed amendments or repeal of a rule or chapter as a result of the review will be published in the Proposed Rules section of the Texas Register and will be open for an additional 30-day public comment period before final adoption or repeal. Final consideration of this rules review is expected at the TALCB meeting in November 2022.

Any questions or comments pertaining to this notice of intention to review should be directed to Kathleen Santos, General Counsel, Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board, P.O. Box 12188, Austin, Texas 78711-2188 or emailed to general.counsel@talcb.texas.gov within 30 days of publication.

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Kathleen Santos

General Counsel

Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board

Filed: May 6, 2022


Texas Real Estate Commission

Title 22, Part 23

The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) files this notice of intention to review Texas Administrative Code, Title 22, Part 23, Chapter 535, General Provisions. This review is undertaken pursuant to Government Code, §2001.039. TREC will accept comments for 30 days following the publication of this notice in the Texas Register as to whether the reasons for adopting the sections under review continue to exist. Final consideration of this rule review is expected at the TREC meeting in November 2022.

Any questions or comments pertaining to this notice of intention to review should be directed to Vanessa E. Burgess, General Counsel, Texas Real Estate Commission. P.O. Box 12188, Austin, Texas 78711-2188 or e-mailed to general.counsel@trec.texas.gov within 30 days of publication.

During the review process, TREC may determine that a specific rule may need to be amended to further refine TREC's legal and policy considerations; whether the rules reflect current TREC procedures; that no changes to a rule as currently in effect are necessary; or that a rule is no longer valid or applicable. Rules may also be combined or reduced for simplification and clarity when feasible. Readopted rules will be noted in the Texas Register's Rules Review section without publication of the text. Any proposed amendments or repeal of a rule or chapter as a result of the review will be published in the Proposed Rules section of the Texas Register and will be open for an additional 30-day public comment period prior to final adoption or repeal.

Issued in Austin, Texas on May 2, 2022.

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Vanessa E. Burgess

General Counsel

Texas Real Estate Commission

Filed: May 6, 2022


Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board

Title 31, Part 17

The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (State Board) proposes its notice of intent to review and consider for re-adoption, revision, or repeal 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 517, Subchapter A, Conservation Assistance, pursuant to the Texas Government Code §2001.039.

The State Board will consider whether the reasons for adopting the rules contained in this chapter continue to exist. As required by the Texas Government Code §2001.039, the State Board will accept comments as to whether the reasons for adopting 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 517, Subchapter A, Conservation Assistance, continue to exist.

The comment period on the review of 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 517, Subchapter A, Conservation Assistance, begins with the publication in the Texas Register, and ends 30 days thereafter. Comments regarding this rule review may be submitted to Liza Parker, Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1497 Country View Lane, Temple, Texas 76504.

Comments may also be submitted electronically to lparker@tsswcb.texas.gov. Comments should be identified as "State Board Rule Review."

Any proposed amendments as a result of the review will be published in the Texas Register in compliance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 2001, and will be open for the required public comment period prior to adoption or repeal by the commission.

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Liza Parker

Legislative Liaison/Policy Analyst

Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board

Filed: May 6, 2022


The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (State Board) proposes its notice of intent to review and consider for re-adoption, revision, or repeal 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 517, Subchapter B, Cost-Share Assistance for Water Supply Enhancement, pursuant to the Texas Government Code §2001.039.

The State Board will consider whether the reasons for adopting the rules contained in this chapter continue to exist. As required by the Texas Government Code §2001.039, the State Board will accept comments as to whether the reasons for adopting 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 517, Subchapter B, Cost-Share Assistance for Water Supply Enhancement, continue to exist.

The comment period on the review of 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 517, Subchapter B, Cost-Share Assistance for Water Supply Enhancement, begins with the publication in the Texas Register, and ends 30 days thereafter. Comments regarding this rule review may be submitted to Liza Parker, Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1497 Country View Lane, Temple, Texas 76504.

Comments may also be submitted electronically to lparker@tsswcb.texas.gov. Comments should be identified as "State Board Rule Review."

Any proposed amendments as a result of the review will be published in the Texas Register in compliance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 2001, and will be open for the required public comment period prior to adoption or repeal by the commission.

TRD-202201779

Liza Parker

Legislative Liaison/Policy Analyst

Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board

Filed: May 6, 2022


The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (State Board) proposes its notice of intent to review and consider for re-adoption, revision, or repeal 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 518, Subchapter B, Historically Underutilized Business Program, pursuant to the Texas Government Code §2001.039.

The State Board will consider whether the reasons for adopting the rules contained in this chapter continue to exist. As required by the Texas Government Code §2001.039, the State Board will accept comments as to whether the reasons for adopting 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 518, Subchapter B, Historically Underutilized Business Program, continue to exist.

The comment period on the review of 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 518, Subchapter B, Historically Underutilized Business Program, begins with the publication in the Texas Register, and ends 30 days thereafter. Comments regarding this rule review may be submitted to Liza Parker, Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1497 Country View Lane, Temple, Texas 76504.

Comments may also be submitted electronically to lparker@tsswcb.texas.gov. Comments should be identified as "State Board Rule Review."

Any proposed amendments as a result of the review will be published in the Texas Register in compliance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 2001, and will be open for the required public comment period prior to adoption or repeal by the commission.

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Liza Parker

Legislative Liaison/Policy Analyst

Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board

Filed: May 6, 2022


The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (State Board) proposes its notice of intent to review and consider for re-adoption, revision, or repeal 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 519, Subchapter A, Technical Assistance, pursuant to the Texas Government Code §2001.039.

The State Board will consider whether the reasons for adopting the rules contained in this chapter continue to exist. As required by the Texas Government Code §2001.039, the State Board will accept comments as to whether the reasons for adopting 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 519, Subchapter A, Technical Assistance, continue to exist.

The comment period on the review of 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 519, Subchapter A, Technical Assistance, begins with the publication in the Texas Register, and ends 30 days thereafter. Comments regarding this rule review may be submitted to Liza Parker, Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1497 Country View Lane, Temple, Texas 76504.

Comments may also be submitted electronically to lparker@tsswcb.texas.gov. Comments should be identified as "State Board Rule Review."

Any proposed amendments as a result of the review will be published in the Texas Register in compliance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 2001, and will be open for the required public comment period prior to adoption or repeal by the commission.

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Liza Parker

Legislative Liaison/Policy Analyst

Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board

Filed: May 6, 2022


The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (State Board) proposes its notice of intent to review and consider for re-adoption, revision, or repeal 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 520, Subchapter A, Election Procedures, pursuant to the Texas Government Code §2001.039.

The State Board will consider whether the reasons for adopting the rules contained in this chapter continue to exist. As required by the Texas Government Code §2001.039, the State Board will accept comments as to whether the reasons for adopting 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 520, Subchapter A, Election procedures, continue to exist.

The comment period on the review of 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 520, Subchapter A, Election procedures, begins with the publication in the Texas Register, and ends 30 days thereafter. Comments regarding this rule review may be submitted to Liza Parker, Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1497 Country View Lane, Temple, Texas 76504.

Comments may also be submitted electronically to lparker@tsswcb.texas.gov. Comments should be identified as "State Board Rule Review."

Any proposed amendments as a result of the review will be published in the Texas Register in compliance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 2001, and will be open for the required public comment period prior to adoption or repeal by the commission.

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Liza Parker

Legislative Liaison/Policy Analyst

Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board

Filed: May 6, 2022


The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (State Board) proposes its notice of intent to review and consider for re-adoption, revision, or repeal 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 521, Subchapter A, Technical Assistance Program for Soil and Water Conservation Land Improvement Measures, pursuant to the Texas Government Code §2001.039.

The State Board will consider whether the reasons for adopting the rules contained in this chapter continue to exist. As required by the Texas Government Code §2001.039, the State Board will accept comments as to whether the reasons for adopting 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 521, Subchapter A, Technical Assistance Program for Soil and Water Conservation Land Improvement Measures continue to exist.

The comment period on the review of 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 521, Subchapter A, Technical Assistance Program for Soil and Water Conservation Land Improvement Measures, begins with the publication in the Texas Register, and ends 30 days thereafter. Comments regarding this rule review may be submitted to Liza Parker, Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1497 Country View Lane, Temple, Texas 76504.

Comments may also be submitted electronically to lparker@tsswcb.texas.gov. Comments should be identified as "State Board Rule Review."

Any proposed amendments as a result of the review will be published in the Texas Register in compliance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 2001, and will be open for the required public comment period prior to adoption or repeal by the commission.

TRD-202201783

Liza Parker

Legislative Liaison/Policy Analyst

Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board

Filed: May 6, 2022


The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (State Board) proposes its notice of intent to review and consider for re-adoption, revision, or repeal 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 529, Subchapter A, Operation And Maintenance Grant Program, pursuant to the Texas Government Code §2001.039.

The State Board will consider whether the reasons for adopting the rules contained in this chapter continue to exist. As required by the Texas Government Code §2001.039, the State Board will accept comments as to whether the reasons for adopting 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 529, Subchapter A, Operation And Maintenance Grant Program, continue to exist.

The comment period on the review of 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 529, Subchapter A, Operation And Maintenance Grant Program begins with the publication in the Texas Register, and ends 30 days thereafter. Comments regarding this rule review may be submitted to Liza Parker, Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1497 Country View Lane, Temple, Texas 76504.

Comments may also be submitted electronically to lparker@tsswcb.texas.gov. Comments should be identified as "State Board Rule Review."

Any proposed amendments as a result of the review will be published in the Texas Register in compliance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 2001, and will be open for the required public comment period prior to adoption or repeal by the commission.

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Liza Parker

Legislative Liaison/Policy Analyst

Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board

Filed: May 6, 2022


The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (State Board) proposes its notice of intent to review and consider for re-adoption, revision, or repeal 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 529, Subchapter B, Structural Repair Grant Program, pursuant to the Texas Government Code §2001.039.

The State Board will consider whether the reasons for adopting the rules contained in this chapter continue to exist. As required by the Texas Government Code §2001.039, the State Board will accept comments as to whether the reasons for adopting 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 529, Subchapter B, Structural Repair Grant Program, continue to exist.

The comment period on the review of 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 529, Subchapter B, Structural Repair Grant Program begins with the publication in the Texas Register, and ends 30 days thereafter. Comments regarding this rule review may be submitted to Liza Parker, Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1497 Country View Lane, Temple, Texas 76504.

Comments may also be submitted electronically to lparker@tsswcb.texas.gov. Comments should be identified as "State Board Rule Review."

Any proposed amendments as a result of the review will be published in the Texas Register in compliance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 2001, and will be open for the required public comment period prior to adoption or repeal by the commission.

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Liza Parker

Legislative Liaison/Policy Analyst

Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board

Filed: May 6, 2022


The (State Board) proposes its notice of intent to review and consider for re-adoption, revision, or repeal 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 530, Carrizo Cane Eradication Program, pursuant to the Texas Government Code §2001.039.

The State Board will consider whether the reasons for adopting the rules contained in this chapter continue to exist. As required by the Texas Government Code §2001.039, the State Board will accept comments as to whether the reasons for adopting 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 530, Carrizo Cane Eradication Program continue to exist.

The comment period on the review of 31 Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 530, Carrizo Cane Eradication Program, begins with the publication in the Texas Register, and ends 30 days thereafter. Comments regarding this rule review may be submitted to Liza Parker, Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, 1497 Country View Lane, Temple, Texas 76504.

Comments may also be submitted electronically to lparker@tsswcb.texas.gov. Comments should be identified as "State Board Rule Review."

Any proposed amendments as a result of the review will be published in the Texas Register in compliance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 2001, and will be open for the required public comment period prior to adoption or repeal by the commission.

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Liza Parker

Legislative Liaison/Policy Analyst

Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board

Filed: May 6, 2022


Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles

Title 37, Part 5

The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles files this notice of intent to review and consider for readoption, revision, or repeal, Texas Administrative Code, Title 37, Public Safety and Corrections, Part 5, Chapter 143, Executive Clemency; and Chapter 145, Parole.

The Board undertakes its review pursuant to Government Code, §2001.039. The Board will accept comments for 30 days following the publication of this notice in the Texas Register and will assess whether the reasons for adopting the sections under review continue to exist. Any proposed changes to the rules within Chapters 143 and 145 as a result of the rule review will be published in the Proposed Rules section of a subsequent issue of the Texas Register. The proposed rules will be open for public comment prior to final adoption by the Board, in accordance with the requirements of the Administrative Procedure Act, Government Code, Chapter 2001.

Any questions or written comments pertaining to this notice of intention to review should for the next 30-day comment period be directed to Bettie Wells, General Counsel, Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, 209 W. 14th Street, Suite 500, Austin, Texas 78701, or by email to Bettie.Wells@tdcj.texas.gov.

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Bettie Wells

General Counsel

Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles

Filed: May 9, 2022


Adopted Rule Reviews

Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board

Title 22, Part 8

In accordance with Texas Government Code §2001.039, the Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board (TALCB) has concluded its review of 22 TAC Chapter 155, Rules Relating to Standard of Practice, and Chapter 157, Rules Relating to Practice and Procedure. The notice of proposed rule review was published in the November 19, 2021, issue of the Texas Register (46 TexReg 7899).

TALCB has determined that the reasoned justification for adopting 22 TAC 155 and 157 continues to exist. Furthermore, the review process may indicate that a specific rule needs to be amended to further refine or better reflect current TALCB procedures and policy considerations, or that rules be combined or reduced for simplification and clarity. Accordingly, TALCB adopts with amendments 22 TAC 157, Subchapters A, B, C, and E (proposed in the March 11, 2022, issue of the Texas Register (47 TexReg 1177) and adopted under the Adopted Rules section of this issue of the Texas Register.

No comments were received regarding TALCB's notice of review. This notice concludes TALCB's review of 22 TAC Chapter 155, Rules Relating to Standard of Practice, and Chapter 157, Rules Relating to Practice and Procedure.

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Kathleen Santos

General Counsel

Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board

Filed: May 6, 2022


Texas Real Estate Commission

Title 22, Part 23

In accordance with Texas Government Code §2001.039, the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) has concluded its review of Texas Administrative Code, Title 22, Part 23, Chapter 531, Canons of Professional Ethics and Conduct, Chapter 533, Practice and Procedure, Chapter 534, General Administration, and Chapter 541, Rules Relating to the Provisions of Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 53. The notice of proposed rule review was published in the November 26, 2021, issue of the Texas Register (46 TexReg 8079).

TREC has determined that the reasoned justification for adopting Texas Administrative Code, Title 22, Part 23, Chapters 531, 533, 534 and 541 continues to exist. Furthermore, the review process indicated that certain rules needed to be amended to further refine or better reflect current TREC procedures and policy considerations or that rules should be combined or reduced for simplification and clarity. Accordingly, amendments to 22 TAC Chapters 531; 533, Subchapters A-D; 534; and 541 were proposed and published in the March 11, 2022, and March 25, 2022, issues of the Texas Register (47 TexReg 1185) and (47 TexReg 1587), respectively, and are adopted under the Adopted Rules section of this issue of the Texas Register.

No comments were received regarding TREC's notice of review. This notice concludes TREC's review of Texas Administrative Code, Title 22, Part 23, Chapters 531, 533, 534 and 541.

Issued in Austin, Texas on May 2, 2022.

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Vanessa Burgess

General Counsel

Texas Real Estate Commission

Filed: May 5, 2022


Texas Department of Insurance

Title 28, Part 1

The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) has completed its review of Texas Administrative Code, Title 28, Part 1, Chapters 1, 3, 8, 10 - 12, 15, 24, 29, and 31 under Texas Government Code §2001.039, which directs state agencies to review and consider for readoption each of their rules. The proposed rule review was published in the March 18, 2022, issue of the Texas Register (47 TexReg 1467).

SUMMARY OF COMMENTS ON CHAPTERS UNDER REVIEW

TDI did not receive any comments on the chapters under review.

READOPTION OF CHAPTERS

TDI finds that the reasons for adopting these chapters continue to exist. TDI readopts the following chapters:

- Chapter 1, General Administration;

- Chapter 3, Life, Accident, and Health Insurance and Annuities;

- Chapter 8, Hazardous Condition;

- Chapter 10, Workers' Compensation Health Care Networks;

- Chapter 11, Health Maintenance Organizations;

- Chapter 12, Independent Review Organizations;

- Chapter 15, Surplus Lines Insurance;

- Chapter 24, Discount Health Care Program Principles of Regulation;

- Chapter 29, Guaranty Acts; and

- Chapter 31, Liquidation.

As part of the review, TDI determined that it will further review for repeals or amendments certain rule sections in the chapters subject to this rule review. TDI will formally propose all repeals and amendments under the Texas Administrative Procedures Act, Texas Government Code Chapter 2001.

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James Person

General Counsel

Texas Department of Insurance

Filed: May 6, 2022


Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board

Title 31, Part 17

The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (Board) has completed the review of Title 31, Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 520, Subchapter B, Requirements to Receive State Funds or Administer State Programs, as required by the Texas Government Code §2001.039, Agency Review of Existing Rules. These rules were published for comment in the August 27, 2021, issue of the Texas Register (46 TexReg 5441).

Texas Government Code §2001.039 requires that each state agency review and re-adopt, re-adopt with amendments, or repeal the rules adopted by that agency under Texas Government Code, chapter 2001, subchapter B, Rulemaking. As required by §2001.039(e), this review is to assess whether the reasons for adopting or re-adopting the Board's Requirements to Receive State Funds or Administer State Programs rules continues to exist. The Board requested specific comments from interested persons on whether the reasons for adopting Title 31, Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 520, Subchapter B, Requirements to Receive State Funds or Administer State Programs continue to exist. In addition, the Board welcomed comments on any amendments that would improve the rules.

The Board received no comments in response to its request for comment published in the August 27, 2021, issue of the Texas Register (46 TexReg 5441). After internal review, the Board determined that the rules effectively allows the Board to accomplish its functions as directed by the Legislature.

The Board finds that the reasons for adopting Title 31, Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 520, Subchapter B, Requirements to Receive State Funds or Administer State Programs, continue to exist and re-adopts the rules without amendments. Therefore, the Board re-adopts Chapter 520, Subchapter B, Requirements to Receive State Funds or Administer State Programs, in its entirety, under authority granted in Texas Agricultural Code §§ 201.020(a) and 203.012, which authorize the Board to adopt and enforce rules necessary for the performance of its functions as well as Texas Government Code §2001.039, which requires each state agency to review and re-adopt its rules every four years.

The Board hereby certifies that the rule Chapter 520, Subchapter B, Requirements to Receive State Funds or Administer State Programs is re-adopted; has been reviewed by legal counsel and found to be a valid exercise of the Board's legal authority. It is therefore ordered by the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board Chapter 520, Subchapter B, Requirements to Receive State Funds or Administer State Programs, is hereby re-adopted under Texas Government Code §2001.039 with no changes.

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Liza Parker

Legislative Liaison/Policy Analyst

Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board

Filed: May 6, 2022


The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (Board) has completed the review of Title 31, Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 525, Subchapter A, Audits of Districts, as required by the Texas Government Code §2001.039, Agency Review of Existing Rules. These rules were published for comment in the August 27, 2021, issue of the Texas Register (46 TexReg 5441).

Texas Government Code §2001.039 requires that each state agency review and re-adopt, re-adopt with amendments, or repeal the rules adopted by that agency under Texas Government Code, chapter 2001, subchapter B, Rulemaking. As required by §2001.039(e), this review is to assess whether the reasons for adopting or re-adopting the Board's Audit Requirements for Soil and Water Conservation Districts rule continues to exist. The Board requested specific comments from interested persons on whether the reasons for adopting Title 31, Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 525, Subchapter A, Audits of Districts continues to exist. In addition, the Board welcomed comments on any amendments that would improve the rule.

The Board received no comments in response to its request for comment published in the August 27, 2021, issue of the Texas Register (46 TexReg 5441). After internal review, the Board determined that the rules effectively allow the Board to accomplish its functions as directed by the Legislature.

The Board finds that the reasons for adopting Title 31, Texas Administrative Code, Part 17, Chapter 525, Subchapter A, Audits of Districts, continue to exist and re-adopts the rules without amendments. Therefore, the Board re-adopts Chapter 525, Subchapter A, Audits of Districts, in its entirety, under authority granted in Texas Agricultural Code §§ 201.020(a) and 203.012, which authorize the Board to adopt and enforce rules necessary for the performance of its functions as well as Texas Government Code §2001.039, which requires each state agency to review and re-adopt its rules every four years.

The Board hereby certifies that the rule Chapter 525, Subchapter A, Audits of Districts as re-adopted; has been reviewed by legal counsel and found to be a valid exercise of the Board's legal authority. It is therefore ordered by the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board Chapter 525, Subchapter A, Audits of Districts, is hereby re-adopted under Texas Government Code §2001.039 with no changes.

TRD-202201791

Liza Parker

Legislative Liaison/Policy Analyst

Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board

Filed: May 6, 2022