Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission

Schedule for May 21-22, 2019

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Commission Hearing Room
4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

9:00 a.m. — Work Session


Wednesday, May 22, 2019

9:00 am — Commission Meeting

Commission Meeting

Wednesday, May 22, 2019
9:00 a.m.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Commission Hearing Room
4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744

Ralph H. Duggins, Commission Chair
Carter Smith, Executive Director

Approval of the Previous Minutes from the Commission Work Session held March 19, 2019

  1. BRIEFING – Non-Traditional University Partnerships – David Buggs
  2. ACTION – Public Lands Proclamation – Recommended Adoption of Proposed Changes – Justin Dreibelbis (Comment on the Proposed Amendments to the Public Lands Proclamation)
  3. ACTION – Public Hunting Program – Establishment of an Open Season on Public Hunting Lands and Approval of Public Hunting Activities in State Parks – Justin Dreibelbis
  4. ACTION – Disease Detection and Response Rules – Containment Zone Boundaries – Recommended Adoption of Proposed Changes – Mitch Lockwood (Comment on the Proposed Amendments to Chronic Wasting Disease Management Rules)
  5. ACTION – Texas Statewide Recreational Trails Grants Funding – Recommended Approval of Trail Construction, Renovation, and Acquisition Projects – Trey Cooksey
  6. ACTION – Acquisition of Land – Aransas County – Approximately 0.33 Acre at Goose Island State Park – Trey Vick
  7. ACTION – Granting of Pipeline Easement – Parker County – Approximately 0.1 Acre at the Lake Mineral Wells State Park Trailway – Trey Vick
  8. ACTION – Disposition of Land – Montgomery County – Approximately 6 Acres at Lake Houston Wilderness Park – Ted Hollingsworth
  9. ACTION – Acceptance of Donation of Land – Aransas County – Approximately 25 Acres at Goose Island State Park – Ted Hollingsworth
  10. ACTION – Acquisition of Land – Marion County – Approximately 110 Acres at the Caddo Lake Wildlife Management Area – Stan David
  11. ACTION – Acquisition of Land – Navarro and Freestone Counties – Approximately 286.5 Acres at the Richland Creek Wildlife Management Area – Stan David
  12. BRIEFING – Red Snapper – Robin Riechers
  13. BRIEFING – Issues Related to Fishing Gear Abandoned in Public Waters; Fish Mortality Tied to Hook Choices – Craig Bonds, Lance Robinson
  14. BRIEFING – Hunter Education – Steve Hall
  15. BRIEFING – Land Conservation Assistance Network Website – Justin Dreibelbis, Amos Eno