Code Enforcement Officers Advisory Committee Meeting Agenda

Friday, November 8, 2019 at 1:00 p.m.
North Campus, 1st Floor Public Meeting Room, #125E
1106 Clayton Lane, Austin, Texas


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  1. Call to Order
  2. Roll Call, Certification of Quorum, and Introductions
  3. Training for Advisory Board Members
    1. Open Meetings Act
    2. Public Information Act
    3. Administrative Procedures Act
  4. Approval of Minutes – May 10, 2018 Meeting
  5. Public Comment
    **Any person wishing to address the Advisory Committee should complete a Public Comment Form and submit it to the Program Specialist**
  6. Staff Reports
    1. Licensing Division
      1. Statistics
    2. Customer Service Division
      1. Statistics
    3. Enforcement Division
      1. Current Projects
      2. Stakeholder outreach and trainings
      3. Highlights of selected cases
      4. Enforcement statistics on penalties and trends
    4. Education and Examination Division
      1. Examination Update
      2. Statistics
    5. Regulatory Program Management Division
      1. Personnel Update
      2. Public Outreach
      3. Update and Possible Discussion of Current Projects
    6. Executive Office
      1. Personnel Updates
      2. Updates from the 86th Legislature, Regular Session 2019
      3. Communication Outreach Statistics
      4. Sunset Review Update
  7. Discussion and possible action to recommend approval of the Penalty Matrix for the Code Enforcement Officers program.
  8. Discussion and possible recommendation on the proposed amendments to existing rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 62, ยงยง 62.10, 62.23, 62.24, and 62.70, regarding the Code Enforcement Officers program. The proposed amendments implement House Bill 2584, 86th Legislature, Regular Session (2019) to authorize a certified code enforcement officer to carry an instrument used specifically for deterring an animal bite while performing official duties and establish training courses, principles, and procedures for the officers.
  9. Recommendations for agenda items for next Advisory Committee meeting
  10. Discussion of date, time, and location of next Advisory Committee meeting
  11. Adjournment