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Overview

Agency History

Scope and Contents of the Records

Organization of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Master engineering files, 1984-2006, bulk 1988-2002,

Master financial files, 1962-2012, bulk 1988-2012,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Water Development Board:

An Inventory of Water Development Board Office of Project Finance and Construction Assistance Records at the Texas State Archives, 1962-2012, bulk 1988-2012



Overview

Creator: Texas Water Development Board.
Title: Water Development Board Office of Project Finance and Construction Assistance records
Dates: 1962-2012
Dates (Bulk): bulk 1988-2012
Abstract: The Texas Water Development Board provides loans to local governments for water supply projects; water quality projects including wastewater treatment, municipal solid waste management, and nonpoint source pollution control; flood control projects; agricultural water conservation projects; and expenses for creation of groundwater districts. The agency also provides grants and loans for the water and wastewater needs of the state's economically distressed areas, such as the colonias in south Texas, and water-related research and planning grants. These are engineering and financial records of the Office of Project Finance and Construction Assistance and include correspondence, memoranda, resolutions, audit reports, specifications and contract documents, proposals, financial records, facility engineering plans, applications, and the board's decision on the request for loans or grant funds. Dates covered are 1962-2012, bulk dating 1988-2012.
Quantity: 95 cubic ft. and 3 microfilm reels
Location: Please note that these records are stored at the State Records Center. Retrieval from offsite storage may take several days, and because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under the Public Information Act exceptions, these records must be reviewed by an archivist before they can be accessed for research. See the "Restrictions on Access" statement in this document for further information. Please contact State Archives staff to determine when your request will be available for access.
Language: These materials are written in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives
Sponsor: This EAD finding aid was created in cooperation with Texas Archival Resources Online.

Agency History

The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) was created in 1957 by a constitutional amendment initiated by the 55th Texas Legislature, Regular Session (House Joint Resolution 3), following a prolonged drought in Texas during the 1950s. It was formed to administer the Texas Water Development Fund, providing financial assistance to certain political subdivisions of the state in the conservation and development of Texas' water resources.

In 1965, the 59th Legislature, Regular Session (Senate Bill 146) reorganized the state's water agencies, transferring to the Texas Water Development Board certain functions of the Texas Water Commission (formerly Board of Water Engineers), namely preparation of a comprehensive state water plan and the continuation of technical programs related to water availability, water quality protection, reclamation, and water-related services.

In 1977, the 65th Legislature, Regular Session (Senate Bill 1139) made an even more massive reorganization. It created the Texas Department of Water Resources, consisting of three major entities: the Texas Water Development Board (exercising the legislative functions of the department), the Texas Water Commission (exercising the judicial functions), and the executive director (exercising the executive functions). The Water Quality Board was abolished by this legislation, which assigned that board's planning, monitoring, and enforcement duties to the Texas Water Development Board; authority to issue permits was handed to the Texas Water Commission.

In 1985, the 69th Legislature, Regular Session (Senate Bill 249) abolished the Texas Department of Water Resources, dividing its responsibilities between the Texas Water Commission and the Texas Water Development Board.

In 1987, the 70th Legislature, Regular Session (House Bill 734) created the Texas Water Resources Finance Authority, composed of all six members of the Texas Water Development Board. Its function is to issue bonds to increase the availability of financing for projects aimed at conserving and developing the state's water resources. Projects include dam and reservoir construction, water storage facility construction, flood control, drainage, subsidence control, chloride control, agricultural water and soil conservation, and desalinization.

The mission of the Texas Water Development Board includes administering state and federal financing programs for water-related projects, and collecting data and conducting studies for long-term water resources planning. The board meets once a month to provide guidance to the agency and to decide on matters such as loan commitments from the Texas Water Development Fund and Water Assistance Fund, plus other specific funds; bond issues for water development, water quality, and flood control; the state's priority list for federal construction grant funds; adoption of agency rules; and the review and approval of agency contracts and agreements.

By 1999 the agency had taken on a variety of responsibilities. TWDB provides loans to local governments for water supply projects; water quality projects including wastewater treatment, municipal solid waste management and nonpoint source pollution control; flood control projects; agricultural water conservation projects; and expenses for creation of groundwater districts. The agency also provides grants and loans for the water and wastewater needs of the state's economically distressed areas, such as the colonias in south Texas, as well as agricultural water conservation funding and water-related research and planning grants. It supports regions in developing the regional water plans that will be incorporated into a statewide water plan for the orderly development, management and conservation of the state's water resources by studying Texas' surface and groundwater resources. TWDB also collects data and conducts studies concerning the fresh-water needs of the state's bays and estuaries. The Board also administers the Texas Water Bank, which facilitates the transfer, sale or lease of water and water rights throughout the state, and administers the Texas Water Trust, where water rights are held for environmental flow maintenance purposes. Finally, TWDB maintains a centralized data bank of information on the state's natural resources called the Texas Natural Resources Information System and manages the Strategic Mapping Initiative, a Texas-based, public and private sector cost-sharing program to develop consistent, large-scale computerized base maps describing basic geographic features of Texas.

TWDB financial assistance programs are funded through state-backed bonds, a combination of state bond proceeds and federal grant funds, or limited appropriated funds. Since 1957, the legislature and voters have approved constitutional amendments authorizing the TWDB to issue up to $2.68 billion in Texas Water Development Bonds. To date, the TWDB has sold nearly $1.55 billion of these bonds to finance the construction of water and wastewater-related projects. In 1987, the TWDB added the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) to its financial assistance programs. Low-interest loans from the CWSRF finance costs associated with the planning, design, construction, expansion or improvement of wastewater treatment facilities, wastewater recycling and reuse facilities, collection systems, stormwater pollution control projects, and nonpoint source pollution control projects.

The TWDB also administers the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF). Through the DWSRF, the TWDB makes low-interest loans for financing public drinking water systems that facilitate compliance with primary and secondary drinking water regulations or otherwise significantly further the health protection objectives of the federal Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), as amended in 1996. Loans from the DWSRF finance all costs associated with the planning, design and construction of projects to upgrade or replace water supply infrastructure, to comply with SDWA health standards, to consolidate water supplies, and to purchase capacity in water systems.

The board consisted of six part-time members appointed to six-year staggered terms by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the senate. Each board member must be from a different section of the state. The board considers loan applications from eligible applicants, awards grants for water-related research and planning, and conducts other TWDB business, such as approving the State Water Plan. In 2013, the board was restructured to consist of three full-time members (House Bill 4, 83rd Legislature, Regular Session).

The Office of Project Finance and Construction Assistance (PFCA) administers the board's loan and grant programs that provide for the construction of water-related infrastructure and other water quality improvements. The office is organized into five business areas: Administration, Program Development Division, Project Development Division, Project Engineering and Review Division, and the Inspection and Field Support Division.

(Sources include: Guide to Texas State Agencies, 11th edition (2001); the agency website, both historical websites (http://wayback.archive-it.org/414/*/http://www.twdb.state.tx.us/), accessed October 2006 and June 2008; and the current agency website (http://www.twdb.texas.gov/about/index.asp#twdb-history), accessed May 2017; and the enabling legislation, 1957, 1965, 1977, 1985, 1987.)

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The Texas Water Development Board provides loans to local governments for water supply projects; water quality projects including wastewater treatment, municipal solid waste management, and nonpoint source pollution control; flood control projects; agricultural water conservation projects; and expenses for creation of groundwater districts. The agency also provides grants and loans for the water and wastewater needs of the state's economically distressed areas, such as the colonias in south Texas, and water-related research and planning grants. These are engineering and financial records of the Office of Project Finance and Construction Assistance and include correspondence, memoranda, resolutions, audit reports, specifications and contract documents, proposals, financial records, facility engineering plans, applications, and the board's decision on the request for loans or grant funds. Dates covered are 1962-2012, bulk dating 1988-2012. Records document loans or grants from several water funds made to local governments for projects such as agricultural conservation loans to regrant to individuals, construction or expansion of water facilities, new water and wastewater connections, new or improved water/waste water supplies for colonias, water supply line interconnections, regional water studies, and requests for financial assistance from the State Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. These records do not contain data on active loans or grants. The loans documented in these files were either paid in full or the project was cancelled. Correspondents include Texas Water Development Board members and staff, Comptroller's Office, regional and local agencies receiving assistance, and lawyers.

To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types.

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Organization of the Records

The records are organized into two series as received from the agency:
Master engineering files, 1984-2006, bulk 1988-2002, 11 cubic ft.
Master financial files, 1962-2012, bulk 1988-2012, 84 cubic ft. and 3 microfilm reels

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, engineering maps and/or drawings of critical infrastructure (Texas Government Code, Section 418.181); bank account and routing numbers, and insurance policy numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.136); and personal email addresses (Texas Government Code, Section 552.137), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552).

The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P.O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (director.librarian@tsl.texas.gov), or see our web page (https://www.tsl.texas.gov/agency/customer/pia.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.

The early financial records, 1962-1975, are on master negative microfilm and stored off-site at the State Records Center. Master negative film is unique and fragile and requires that a duplicate use copy be made of any reel that a researcher wishes to view. A duplicate use copy will be made at the user's expense. Arrangements for duplication and prepayment need to be made with the State and Local Records Management Division.

Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

Microfilm readers are available in the Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives and Library Building. Ask staff members for exact locations.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Subjects:
Water--Texas--Management.
Water quality--Texas.
Water treatment plants--Texas.
Water conservation--Texas.
Groundwater--Texas.
Irrigation--Texas--Equipment and supplies.
Irrigation projects--Texas.
Water-supply, Agricultural--Conservation--Texas.
Water-supply--Texas.
Document Types:
Application forms--Texas.
Correspondence--Texas.
Memorandums--Texas.
Reports--Texas.
Proposals--Texas.
Specifications--Texas.
Financial records--Texas.
Functions:
Regulating water resources.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Texas Water Development Board meeting files, 1963-1967, 1974-2010, 34.35 cubic ft.
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission water rights application files, 1824, 1910, 1913-2001, undated, bulk 1921-1997, 221.25 cubic ft.
Texas Water Commission water rights application plans, maps, and drawings, 1913-1990, undated, 45.94 cubic ft. (about 5,000 drawings)
Texas Water Commission minutes, 1913-1986, 7.51 cubic ft.
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality records, 1976-2009, 95.77 cubic ft.
Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board minutes and other records, 1973-2005, 1.75 cubic ft. [There is no finding aid available for these unprocessed records. Call numbers are 1998/198, 2005/028-1 and 2, 2006/309, and 2015/202.]

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Texas Water Development Board Office of Project Finance and Construction Assistance records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 2006/025, 2008/095, 2010/053, 2011/071, 2012/125, 2017/118

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Water Development Board on October 6, 2005; February 14, 2008; December 17, 2009; November 8, 2010; February 6, 2012; and May 12, 2017.

Processing Information

Processed by Laura K. Saegert, June 2008

Four accessions added, and corrections to DACS standards by Tony Black, May 2017

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Detailed Description of the Records

Master engineering files, 1984-2006, bulk 1988-2002,
11 cubic ft.

The Texas Water Development Board provides loans to local governments for water supply projects; water quality projects including wastewater treatment, municipal solid waste management, and nonpoint source pollution control; flood control projects; agricultural water conservation projects; and expenses for creation of groundwater districts. The agency also provides grants and loans for the water and wastewater needs of the state's economically distressed areas, such as the colonias in south Texas, and water-related research and planning grants. These are the master engineering files of the Office of Project Finance and Construction Assistance and include correspondence, memoranda, resolutions, audit reports, inspection reports, specifications and contract documents, start-up services proposals, project manuals, plans of operation, facility engineering plans, environmental assessments, payment requests and notice of payment proposals, certificates of obligation, design calculations, maps, plans for facilities, water and conservation studies, engineering feasibility reports, transcripts, grant applications, grant offer of acceptance and amendments, and the board's decision on the request for loans or grant funds. Dates covered are 1984-2006, bulk dating 1988-2002. Records document loans or grants from several water funds made to local governments for projects such as agricultural conservation loans to regrant to individuals, construction or expansion of water facilities, new water and wastewater connections, new or improved water/wastewater supplies for colonias, water and conservation studies of irrigation districts along the Rio Grande and in west Texas, irrigation systems improvements, water supply line interconnections, and requests for financial assistance from the State Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. These records do not contain data on active loans or grants. The loans documented in these files were either paid in full or the project was cancelled. Correspondents include Texas Water Development Board members and staff, Comptroller's Office, regional and local agencies receiving assistance, and lawyers.
Arrangement
These records are arranged as received from the agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Master engineering files, Texas Water Development Board Office of Project Finance and Construction Assistance records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession number: 2008/095, 2012/125
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Water Development Board on February 14, 2008; and February 6, 2012.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, engineering maps and/or drawings of critical infrastructure (Texas Government Code, Section 418.181); bank account and routing numbers, and insurance policy numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.136); and personal email addresses (Texas Government Code, Section 552.137), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552). Refer to the overall restriction statement for instructions on requesting access through the Texas Attorney General.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, June 2008
One accession added, and corrections to DACS standards by Tony Black, May 2017
Box
2008/095-1 Master engineering files, 1984-2006, bulk 1988-2002
Alvin, City of (project 20599), 1988-2000
[1-3 of 5 folders]
Box
2008/095-2 Alvin, City of (project 20599), 1988-2000
[4-5 of 5 folders]
Brownsville, City of (project 10015), 1991-1999
[5 folders]
Box
2008/095-9 Brownsville Irrigation District (project 21464), 2003-2004
Brownsville, City of (project 10015), 1988-1994
[2 folders]
Cameron County Irrigation District No. 2 (project 21439), 2001-2005
Hidalgo County (project 10038), 1994-1997
[2 folders]
Hudspeth County Conservation and Reclamation District No. 1 (CRD) (project 21469), 2002-2004
Marlin, City of (project 20177), 2005-2006
Maverick County Water Control and Improvement District (WCID) No. 1 (project 21473), 2003-2005
Box
2008/095-11 Carter and Burgess (Hidalgo County) (project 83171), 1996-1999
Delta Lake Irrigation District (project 21470), 2002-2004
[2 folders]
El Paso County Water Improvement District No. 1 (project 21466), 2002-2004
Harlingen Irrigation District, Cameron County (project 21438), 2001-2005
Hudspeth County Conservation and Reclamation District No. 1 (project 21469), 2003-2004
[4 folders]
Box
2008/095-13 Hidalgo County Irrigation District No. 6 (project 21472), 2002-2004
[3 folders]
Lower Valley Water District (El Paso) (project 10056), 1993-1999
[2 folders]
Box
2008/095-15 Hidalgo and Cameron County Irrigation District (project 21471), 2002-2004
[3 folders]
North Alamo Water Supply Corporation (project 21359), 1999-2006
[8 folders]
Box
2008/095-19 Austin, City of (project 20132), 1993
[2 folders]
Log Cabin, City of (project 71073), 1997-2002
[9 folders]
Lumberton Municipal Utilities District (MUD) (project 20547), 1984
Stephenville, City of (project 20185), 1992-1993
[2 folders]
Box
2008/095-21 Harlingen Irrigation District, Cameron County (project 21438), 2001-2005
[8 folders]
Maverick County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 (project 21473), 2002-2006
Box
2008/095-22 Fritch, City of (project 21295), 1998-2003
[4 folders]
Box
2008/095-23 Duval County (project 10237), 1996
El Paso County Water Improvement District No. 1 (project 21466), 2002-2004
[9 folders]
Box
2008/095-26 Cameron County Irrigation District No. 2 (project 21439), 2002-2003
La Feria Irrigation District, Cameron County (project 21450), 2002-2006
[5 folders]
Maverick County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 (project 21473), 2004
[2 folders]

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Master financial files, 1962-2012, bulk 1988-2012,
84 cubic ft. and 3 microfilm reels

The Texas Water Development Board provides loans to local governments for water supply projects; water quality projects including wastewater treatment, municipal solid waste management, and nonpoint source pollution control; flood control projects; agricultural water conservation projects; and expenses for creation of groundwater districts. The agency also provides grants and loans for the water and wastewater needs of the state's economically distressed areas, such as the colonias in south Texas, and water-related research and planning grants. These are master financial and loan records of projects of the Office of Project Finance and Construction Assistance and include correspondence, memoranda, applications for financial assistance, work papers, the board's decision on the request for loans or grant funds, transcripts of legal proceedings, agreements, loan disbursement requests, ordinances, processing status sheets, lists or reports on revenue bonds, annual financial stability reviews, and budget data sheets. Dates covered are 1962-2012, bulk dating 1988-2012. Records document loans or grants from several water funds made to local governments for projects such as agricultural conservation loans to regrant to individuals, construction or expansion of water facilities, new water and wastewater connections, new or improved water/wastewater supplies for colonias, regional water studies, pre-design environmental reviews, water supply improvements, water supply line interconnections, and water conservation feasibility studies. These records do not contain data on active loans or grants. The loans documented in these files were either paid in full or the project was cancelled. Correspondents include Texas Water Development Board members and staff, Comptroller's Office, regional and local agencies receiving assistance, and lawyers. An early set of files (Texas Water Development Board loan correspondence and documents), covering entities from S through Y, 1962-1975, are on microfilm only; the later files are paper.
Arrangement
These records are arranged as received from the agency. Accession 2017/118 (53 boxes) is arranged alphabetically by name of project.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Master financial files, Texas Water Development Board Office of Project Finance and Construction Assistance records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 2006/025, 2008/095, 2010/053, 2011/071, 2012/125, 2017/118
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas Water Development Board on October 6, 2005; February 14, 2008; December 17, 2009; November 8, 2010; February 6, 2012; and May 12, 2017.
Restrictions on Access
Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to, bank account and routing numbers, and insurance policy numbers (Texas Government Code, Section 552.136), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552). Refer to the overall restriction statement for instructions on requesting access through the Texas Attorney General.
The early financial records, 1962-1975, are on master negative microfilm and stored off-site at the State Records Center. Master negative film is unique and fragile and requires that a duplicate use copy be made of any reel that a researcher wishes to view. A duplicate use copy will be made at the user's expense. Arrangements for duplication and prepayment need to be made with the State and Local Records Management Division.
Technical Requirements
Microfilm readers are available in the Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives and Library Building. Ask staff members for exact locations.
Processing Information
Processed by Laura K. Saegert, June 2008
Four accessions added, and corrections to DACS standards by Tony Black, May 2017
Reel
2006/025, Reel 12 Texas Water Development Board loan correspondence and documents, 1962-1975
[These early financial records date 1962-1975 and are on master negative microfilm. (See technical requirements above.) The film gives the first and last entries for each reel and only covers entries between S and Y.]
San Jacinto River Authority to Stamford, City of
Reel
2006/025, Reel 13 Stanford, City of, audit reports to Windthorst, City of
Reel
2006/025, Reel 14 Winona, City of, to Yoakum, City of
Box
2008/095-3 Master financial files, 1974-2012
Alvin, City of (project 20599), 1988-2000
[5 folders]
Angleton, City of (project 20600), 1991-2002
[7 folders]
Brownsville, City of (project 10015), 1991-1999
[3 folders]
Box
2008/095-4 Bell County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 (project 20153), 1992-1999
Brownsville Irrigation District (project 21464), 2002-2006
[3 folders]
Conroe, City of (project 20657), 1991-2001
[3 folders]
Copperas Cove, City of (project 20113), 1993-1998
[3 folders]
Crosby Municipal Utilities District (MUD) (project 20633), 1986-1994
[2 folders]
Greenbelt Municipal and Industrial Water Authority (M&IWA) (project 20051), 1986-1998
Box
2008/095-5 Lumberton MUD (project 20548), 1993-1995
[4 folders]
Lumberton MUD (project 20547), 1984-1996
[3 folders]
Matagorda County Water Control and Improvement District No 6 (project 20883), 1983-1997
[3 folders]
Box
2008/095-6 Brownsville, City of (project 10014), 1993-1997
Medina County Underground Water Conservation District (project 20971), 1994-1996
[4 folders]
Richwood, City of (project 20606), 1985
Sandy Land Underground Water Conservation District:
Project 21153, 1994
Project 21152, 1994
Project 21154, 1995
Project 21155, 1995
Project 21156, 1995-1996
Project 21157, 1997
Project 21158, 1997
South Texas Water Authority (project 20898), 1981-1984
Stephenville, City of (project 20185), 1992-2003
[4 folders]
Box
2008/095-7 Brazos River Authority (project 2006), 1992
Brazos River Authority (project 2004), 1989-1992
[3 folders]
Broaddus, town of (project 20573), 1998-2002
[4 folders]
Crosby MUD (project 20633), 1987
Galveston County Water Control Improvement District No. 12 (project 20624), 1982-1992
Glen Rose, City of (project 20147), 1991-1994
[4 folders]
Harlingen Irrigation District, Cameron County (project 21438), 1992-2002
[3 folders]
Hudspeth County Conservation and Reclamation District No. 1 (project 21469), 2003-2004
Box
2008/095-8 Brownsville Irrigation District (project 21464), 2004
Mission, City of (project 10200), 1999-2001
[2 folders]
Snook, City of (project 20191), 1981
Webb County (project 10201), 1995-1998
Webb County (project 10045), 1991-2000
Webb County (project 10309), 1996-2002
Zapata County (project 10159), 1995-1999
Zavala County (project 10047), 1991-1992
Zavala County (project 10048), 1994-2001
Box
2008/095-10 Devine, City of (project 20745), 1989-2004
[5 folders]
East Tawakoni, City of (project 20455), 1974-1992
Eastvale, City of (project 20918), 1984-1998
[3 folders]
Ector, City of (project 20456), 1982-1999
[3 folders]
Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District (project 21128), 1994-1999
[2 folders]
Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District (project 21126), 1988-1999
Fallbrook Utility District (project 20699), 1991-2003
[5 folders]
Box
2008/095-12 Conroe, City of (project 20657), 1989-2003
Delta Lake Irrigation District (project 21470), 2002-2006
[3 folders]
Greenbelt Municipal and Industrial Water Authority (project 20051), 1985
[2 folders]
Hidalgo and Cameron County Irrigation District (project 21471), 2002
Hidalgo County Irrigation District No. 6 (project 21472), 2002
Hudspeth County Conservation and Reclamation District No. 1 (project 21469), 2002
Uvalde County (project 10169), 1995-2000
[2 folders]
Box
2008/095-14 Moore Water Supply Corporation (project 10238), 1996-1998
North Alamo Water Supply Corporation (project 21359), 1999-2006
[4 folders]
Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District No. 3 (project 21148), 1994-1996
Sabine County (project 10165), 1994-2002
[2 folders]
Terrell County Water Control Improvement District No. 1 (project 10053), 1993-1998
Turner, Collie and Braden (Valle Hermoso/Valle Escondido) (project 10063), 2001-2002
Box
2008/095-16 Jasper, City of (project 20559), 1991-2003
[4 folders]
Liberty Danville Fresh Water Supply District (FWSD) (project 20492), 1978-1992
[3 folders]
Magnolia, City of (project 20687), 1986-1992
[4 folders]
Box
2008/095-17 Clifton, City of (project 21502), 2003-2007
Thorndale, City of (project 20190), 1979-1996
[4 folders]
Trinity River Authority (Huntsville) (project 20024), 1992-1997
[3 folders]
Troy, City of (project 20112), 1969-1995
[3 folders]
Venus, City of (project 20309), 1985-2001
[4 folders]
Box
2008/095-18 Celina, City of (project 20242), 1986-1999
[3 folders]
Cisco, City of (project 20163), 1981-2000
[3 folders]
Nueces Water Supply Corporation (project 20905), 1989-2003
[3 folders]
Olmito Water Supply Corporation (project 10017), 1994-2000
[2 folders]
Richwood, City of (project 20606), 1984-1991
[2 folders]
Box
2008/095-20 Alamo, City of (project 20820), 1998-2001
Austin, City of (project 20132), 1992-2004
[4 folders]
Brazos River Authority (project 20006), 1987-1993
[2 folders]
Orange County Water Control Improvement District No. 2 (project 20531), 1986-1994
[4 folders]
Orange County Water Control Improvement District No. 3 (project 20926), 1978-1999
[2 folders]
Pineland, City of (project 10163), 1996-1999
Zavala-Dimmit County Water Improvement District No. 1 (project 20859), 1993
Box
2008/095-24 Cooper, City of (project 20449), 1982-2005
[3 folders]
El Paso County Water Improvement District No. 1 (project 21466), 2002-2004
San Antonio River Authority (project 20737), 1974-1992
San Juan, City of (project 20834), 1983-1992
San Saba, City of (project 20779), 1989-1996
[5 folders]
Snook, City of (project 20191), 1979-1997
[2 folders]
Sour Lake, City of (project 20545), 1976-1993
[4 folders]
Terrell, City of (project 20319), 1995-1996, 2006
Texas A&M University, Board of (project 21087), 1994-1996, 2006
Vernon, City of (project 20940), 1995-1996, 2006
Wilmer, City of (project 20269), 1984-1995
[2 folders]
Box
2008/095-25 Cameron County Irrigation District No. 2 (project 21439), 2001-2006
[5 folders]
La Feria Irrigation District, Cameron County (project 21450), 2001-2006
[2 folders]
Maverick County Water Control Improvement District No. 1 (project 21473), 2002-2006
[2 folders]
Box
2010/053-1 Canyon Lake WSC (Water Supply Corporation) (project 20984), 2006
[3 folders]
Canyon Lake WSC (project 21285), 2006
[5 folders]
Box
2010/053-2 Bell County Water Control Improvement District #3 (project 20108), 2006
[3 folders]
Dublin, City of (project 21060), 2006
[3 folders]
Hurst Creek MUD (project 21034), 2006
[3 folders]
Mill Creek WSC (project 21477), 2006
Mustang WSC (project 20357), 2006
[3 folders]
Box
2010/053-3 Combined Consumers (project 20407), 2006
[3 folders]
Combined Consumers (project 21013), 2006
[3 folders]
Box
2010/053-4 Abbott, City of (project 20160), 2006
[4 folders]
Greater Texoma Utility Authority (UA) (project 20993), 2006
[4 folders]
West University Place (project 21059), 2006
[4 folders]
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2010/053-5 Atlanta, City of (project 20434), 2006
[5 folders]
Corpus Christi, City of (project 20996), 2006
[4 folders]
Fort Worth, City of (project 20959), 2006
[3 folders]
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2010/053-6 Matador Water District (project 20052), 2005
Needville, City of (project 20607), 2005
Rockett Special Utility District (SUD) (project 20359), 2005
Runge, City of (project 20752), 2005
South Plains Underground Water Conservation District (UWCD) (project 21257), 2005
[2 folders]
Trinity River Authority (RA) (project 01221), 2005
[3 folders]
Wharton County Water Control Improvement District #1 (project 20974), 2005
[4 folders]
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2010/053-7 Blanco, City of (project 20780), 2005
[3 folders]
Clear Lake City Water Authority (project 20660), 2005
Rockett Special Utility District (SUD) (project 20359), 2005
[2 folders]
Runge, City of (project 20752), 2005
[5 folders]
United Irrigation (project 21483), 2005
[2 folders]
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2010/053-8 Clear Lake City Water Authority (project 20660), 2005
[2 folders]
Clyde, City of (project 20091), 2005
[4 folders]
Corinth, City of (project 20274), 2005
[5 folders]
Crandall, City of (project 20311), 2005
[3 folders]
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2010/053-9 Cumby, City of (project 20451), 2005
[4 folders]
Ector County Utility District (UD) (project 20797), 2005
[3 folders]
Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District (UWCD) (project 21282), 2005
[2 folders]
Harris County MUD #11 (project 20667), 2005
[3 folders]
Hidalgo County Irrigation District #2 (project 21482), 2005
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2010/053-10 Donna Irrigation District, Hidalgo County #1 (project 21462), 2005
[4 folders]
Hidalgo County Irrigation District #1 (project 21440), 2005
Hidalgo County Irrigation District #1 (project 21465), 2005
Hidalgo County Irrigation District #16 (project 21420), 2005
Weslaco, City of (project 21497), 2005
[2 folders]
West, City of (project 20127), 2005
[2 folders]
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2011/071-1 El Paso Public Service Board (PSB) (project 21085), 2007
[2 folders]
El Paso County Water Control and Improvement District (WCID) (project 10195), 2007
El Paso, City of (project 20979), 2007
[2 folders]
Midland, City of (project 21038), 2007
[2 folders]
Tidwell Timbers MUD (project 20707), 2007
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2011/071-2 Gulf Coast Water Authority (project 20598), 2007
[6 folders]
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2011/071-3 Bryan, City of (project 21171), 2007
[4 folders]
Rusk, City of (project 21052), 2007
[4 folders]
South Texas Water Authority (project 20900), 2007
[1-3 of 4 folders]
Box
2011/071-4 South Texas Water Authority (project 20900), 2007
[4 of 4 folders]
Canyon Regional Water Authority (project 21335), 2007
[5 folders]
Box
2011/071-5 Canyon Regional Water Authority (project 21419), 2007
[4 folders]
Lower Valley Water District, El Paso County (project 10066), 2006
[1 of 2 folders]
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2011/071-6 Lower Valley Water District, El Paso County (project 10066), 2006
[2 of 2 folders]
Floydada, City of (project 21118), 2007
[3 folders]
Rockett SUD (project 21091), 2007
[3 folders]
Orange, City of (project 01255), 1985-1991
Fort Worth, City of (project 01255), 1997
[4 folders]
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2017/118-1 Alvarado (project 20300), 2012
[2 folders]
Alvarado (project 20301), 2012
Alvarado (project 20302), 2012
[6 folders]
Angelina and Neches River Authority (project 71353), 2012
[2 folders]
Angleton (project 71002), 2012
[3 folders]
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2017/118-2 Angleton (project 21245), 2011
[3 folders]
Baytown (project 21066), 2011
[3 folders]
Baytown (project 21222), 2011
[4 folders]
Benbrook Water Authority (project 21292), 2011
[1-3 of 4 folders]
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2017/118-3 Benbrook Water Authority (project 21292), 2012
[4 of 4 folders]
Brownsville (project 21159), 2012
[5 folders]
Cibolo Creek Municipal Authority (MA) (project 21244), 2012
[4 folders]
Clarksville City (project 72049), 2012
[2 folders]
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2017/118-4 Coldspring (project 20581), 2012
[4 folders]
Combined Consumers Special Utility District (SUD) (project 21259), 2012
Corrigan (project 20551), 2012
[4 folders]
Corsicana (project 21107), 2012
[3 folders]
Covington (project 20200), 2012
[2 folders]
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2017/118-5 Crane (project 21175), 2012
[3 folders]
Dalhart (project 71528), 2012
[2 folders]
Dallas County WCID #6 (project 21177), 2012
[3 folders]
Davenport Ranch MUD #1 (project 21160), 2012
[2 folders]
Diboll (project 71117), 2012
[2 folders]
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2017/118-6 East Fork Special Utility District (SUD) (project 21387), 2012
[3 folders]
El Paso (project 21365), 2012
[1-2 of 3 folders]
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2017/118-7 El Paso (project 21365), 2012
[3 of 3 folders]
El Paso (project 71212), 2012
[5 folders]
El Paso (project 21085), 2012
[2 folders]
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2017/118-8 El Paso (project 20979), 2007
[5 folders]
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2017/118-9 First Colony MUD #9 (project 21167), 2012
Flatonia (project 21181), 2012
[4 folders]
Fort Bend Flood Control WSC (project 20594), 2012
[2 folders]
Box
2017/118-10 Fort Worth (project 21031), 2012
[5 folders]
Fort Worth (project 71216), 2012
[3 folders]
Galveston County WCID #1 (project 71218), 2012
[5 folders]
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2017/118-11 Galveston County WCID #12 (project 21025), 2011
[3 folders]
Giddings (project 21032), 2011
[3 folders]
Goliad (project 20879), 2011
[3 folders]
Greater Texoma UA (Utility Authority) (project 20224), 2011
[2 folders]
Greater Texoma UA (project 21409), 2011
[2 folders]
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2017/118-12 Greater Texoma UA (project 71541), 2012
[5 folders]
Greater Texoma UA (project 21103), 2012
[3 folders]
Greater Texoma UA (project 21384), 2012
[3 folders]
Greater Texoma UA (project 20223), 2012
[3 folders]
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2017/118-13 Greater Texoma UA (project 20222), 2012
[3 folders]
Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (project 21048), 2012
[3 folders]
Hamilton (project 20150), 2012
Harlingen (project 20818), 2012
[2 folders]
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2017/118-14 Harris County MUD #217 (project 21456), 2012
[4 folders]
Harris County Water Control Improvement District (WCID) #84 (project 20704), 2012
[2 folders]
High Island Independent School District (ISD) (project 71065), 2012
[6 folders]
Holiday Lakes (project 20680), 2012
[2 folders]
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2017/118-15 Houston (project 20645), 2010
[8 folders]
Hubbard (project 21261), 2010
[3 folders]
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2017/118-16 Hull Fresh Water Supply District (FWSD) (project 20670), 2011
[4 folders]
Huntsville (project 21090), 2011
[3 folders]
Idalou (project 20080), 2011
[4 folders]
Josephine (project 20244), 2011
[3 folders]
Kyle (project 20749), 2011
[2 folders]
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2017/118-17 La Feria (project 21361), 2006
[2 folders]
La Joya WSC (project 10031), 2006
[1-3 of 11 folders]
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2017/118-18 La Joya WSC (project 10031), 2006
[4-7 of 11 folders]
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2017/118-19 La Joya WSC (project 10031), 2006
[8-11 of 11 folders]
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2017/118-20 La Joya WSC (project 10034), 2011
[3 folders]
La Marque (project 21305), 2011
[3 folders]
La Marque (project 21062), 2011
[3 folders]
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2017/118-21 Laguna Madre Water District (project 20841), 2010
[3 folders]
Lake Jackson (project 20605), 2010
[4 folders]
Lamar County WSD (project 20383), 2010
[3 folders]
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2017/118-22 Lampasas (project 21088), 2012
[3 folders]
Laredo (project 01961), 2012
[2 folders]
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2017/118-23 Longview (project 21258), 2010
[4 folders]
Lower Colorado River Authority (project 21071), 2010
[1 of 7 folders]
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2017/118-24 Lower Colorado River Authority (project 21071), 2010
[2-7 of 7 folders]
Lower Colorado River Authority (project 71000), 2010
[3 folders]
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2017/118-25 Lower Valley Water District (project 10315), 2012
Lumberton MUD (project 21306), 2012
[4 folders]
MacKenzie Municipal Water Authority (MWA) (project 20047), 2012
[3 folders]
Marshall (project 21196), 2012
[1-2 of 4 folders]
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2017/118-26 Marshall (project 21196), 2012
[3-4 of 4 folders]
McAllen (project 21053), 2012
[4 folders]
Meadowhill Regional MUD (project 21005), 2012
[3 folders]
Mercedes (project 10198), 2012
[2 folders]
Mexia (project 71551), 2012
[5 folders]
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2017/118-27 Mexia (project 21262), 2010
[2 folders]
Military Highway WSC (project 21376), 2010
[2 folders]
Mineola (project 21275), 2010
Mont Belvieu (project 21020), 2010
[3 folders]
Nederland (project 21055), 2010
[1-2 of 4 folders]
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2017/118-28 Nederland (project 21055), 2010
[3-4 of 4 folders]
North Alamo WSC (project 10042), 2010
[3 folders]
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2017/118-29 North Channel Water Authority (project 20597), 2007
[3 folders]
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2017/118-30 NW Harris County MUD #21 (project 21452), 2012
[3 folders]
Oak Hill FWSD #1 (project 21406), 2012
[3 folders]
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2017/118-31 Palestine (project 21014), 2012
[3 folders]
Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District (GWCD) (project 21449), 2012
[2 folders]
Panhandle GWCD (project 31286), 2012
Pearland (project 21039), 2012
[3 folders]
Pecan Acres WSC (project 60590), 2012
[3 folders]
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2017/118-32 Pecos City (project 10241), 2012
[3 folders]
Polk County FWSD #2 (project 21202), 2012
[5 folders]
Port Arthur (project 71262), 2012
[3 folders]
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2017/118-33 Port Lavaca (project 21094), 2011
[3 folders]
Port Mansfield Public Utility District (PUD) (project 20854), 2011
Porter MUD (project 21247), 2011
[2 folders]
Portland (project 71263), 2011
[3 folders]
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2017/118-34 Princeton (project 21057), 2011
[3 folders]
Princeton (project 20247), 2011
[3 folders]
Prosper (project 21223), 2011
[3 folders]
Reno (project 21246), 2011
[2 folders]
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2017/118-35 Rensselaerville Institute (project 10360), 2011
[3 folders]
Richland Hills (project 21205), 2011
[3 folders]
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2017/118-36 Rio Grande City (project 20849), 2012
[3 folders]
Roma (project 20853), 2012
[3 folders]
San Angelo (project 21210), 2012
[3 folders]
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2017/118-37 San Antonio Water System (project 21165), 2010
[3 folders]
San Antonio Water System (project 21322), 2010
[4 folders]
San Augustine (project 20538), 2010
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2017/118-38 San Benito (project 10018), 2007
[7 folders]
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2017/118-39 San Leon MUD (project 21045), 2012
[3 folders]
San Marcos (project 21040), 2012
[6 folders]
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2017/118-40 Sandy Land UWCD (Underground Water Conservation District) (project 21152), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21154), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21150), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21370), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21157), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21444), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21156), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21489), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21336), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21417), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21270), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21158), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21336), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21155), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21153), 2012
Sandy Land UWCD (project 21516), 2012
[2 folders]
Sanger (project 21026), 2012
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2017/118-41 Seguin (project 21243), 2011
[3 folders]
Shasta Public Utility District (PUD) (project 21309), 2011
[3 folders]
Siesta Shores Water Control and Improvement District (WCID) (project 10156), 2011
[3 folders]
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2017/118-42 Stanley Lake MUD (project 20720), 2011
[6 folders]
Sunset (project 71098), 2011
[4 folders]
Sweetwater (project 21250), 2011
[1-5 of 7 folders]
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2017/118-43 Sweetwater (project 21250), 2011
[6-7 of 7 folders]
Taylor (project 21027), 2011
[5 folders]
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2017/118-44 Texarkana (project 21079), 2012
[4 folders]
Texas City (project 20626), 2012
[3 folders]
The Colony (project 21061), 2012
[3 folders]
Thunderbird Bay Water Services Inc. (project 60607), 2012
[1 of 3 folders]
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2017/118-45 Thunderbird Bay Water Services Inc. (project 60607), 2004
[2-3 of 3 folders]
Titus County FWSD #1 (project 20396), 2004
[7 folders]
Trinity Bay CD (Conservation District) (project 21007), 2004
[2 folders]
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2017/118-46 Trinity River Authority (project 71295), 2012
[3 folders]
Trinity River Authority (project 71296), 2012
[1-2 of 5 folders]
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2017/118-47 Trinity River Authority (project 71296), 2011
[3-5 of 5 folders]
Trinity River Authority (project 71445), 2011
[4 folders]
Trinity River Authority (project 20933), 2011
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2017/118-48 Trinity River Authority (project 20023), 2012
[3 folders]
Tulia (project 21106), 2012
[3 folders]
United Irrigation District (project 21483), 2012
Victoria (project 21104), 2012
[4 folders]
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2017/118-49 Watauga (project 21063), 2011
[3 folders]
Waxahachie (project 21083), 2011
[3 folders]
Webb County (project 10199), 2011
[4 folders]
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2017/118-50 Weslaco (project 10026), 2011
[1-6 of 9 folders]
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2017/118-51 Weslaco (project 10026), 2012
[7-9 of 9 folders]
Weslaco (project 10295), 2012
[2 folders]
West University Place (project 71106), 2012
[4 folders]
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2017/118-52 White Rock Water Special Utility District (SUD) (project 21161), 2012
[3 folders]
Wichita Falls (project 21047), 2012
[1-3 of 5 folders]
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2017/118-53 Wichita Falls (project 21047), 2011
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