May 2022 Regular Business Meeting*Add-ons: GCD Boot Camp, PFIA Training, Rangers Game*
May 16-18, 2022
PLEASE LOOK OVER THE SCHEDULE AND THE FOLLOWING DETAILS CAREFULLY. THE REGISTRATION FORM WILL ALLOW YOU TO REGISTER FOR THE BUSINESS MEETING AND ALL ASSOCIATED EVENTS AT ONE TIME. IT WOULD BE BEST TO KNOW WHO YOUR ATTENDEES ARE AND WHAT ADD-ONS THEY'LL BE DOING BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH REGISTRATION. IF YOU HAVE READ ALL OF THE INFO BELOW AND ARE UNCERTAIN ON HOW YOU SHOULD REGISTER, CONTACT JULIA STANFORD.
Click HERE to view the schedule of events. View the full agenda HERE.
***If you want to attend the baseball game, please register by April 26. Our final headcount for the game is due and we will not be able to accommodate ticket purchases after that.***
Click below for a visual of the various events.
The GCD Boot Camp and Business Meeting will be in-person only, with no virtual participation available. We will update here if that changes. PFIA Training will be offered virtually as well as in-person. Just register as you normally would (following guidelines below) and instead of selecting a lunch, you'll choose virtual attendance.
Click HERE to reserve a room in the TAGD room block at the Sheraton Arlington Hotel.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
TAGD is proud to offer a Public Funds Investment Act Training, taught by Greg Ellis, that focuses on the requirements and challenges faced by groundwater conservation districts. The Public Funds Investment Act requires the designated investment officer of a district governed by Chapter 36 or Chapter 49 of the Texas Water Code to attend six hours of initial training within twelve months after taking office or assuming duties and four hours of renewal training every two years thereafter. Not sure who should take it? Consult your district's legal counsel.
Are you a new board member? District employee trying to learn it all? GCD manager with less than 5 years of experience? Just need a refresher on the essentials? TAGD is proud to offer a GCD Boot Camp where participants will learn the ropes of how GCDs operate and manage groundwater resources throughout the state. Topics and speakers TBA soon, but will likely include employment/HR considerations and some other operational basics.
Any other questions after reading through these details? Contact Julia Stanford at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-596-3101.
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