NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Intergovernmental Relations

TIME & DATE:  1:00PM Or upon adjournment
             Tuesday, April 19, 2005

PLACE: Chairman Madla's Desk

CHAIR: Senator Frank Madla

24-Hour Posting Rule Suspended

Senator Madla moved to suspend the 24-hour posting rule so that the Senate
Committee on Intergovernmental Relations could meet today upon adjournment
to take up the following bills:

SB 1018            Staples
Relating to the extension, reinstatement, or modification of or
addition to residential restrictive covenants.

SB 1198            Ellis
Relating to the determination of the portion of the tax increment
produced by a municipality that the municipality is required to pay
into the tax increment fund for a reinvestment zone.

SB 1199            Ellis
Relating to the deposit of municipal sales and use taxes into a tax
increment fund.

SB 1214            Barrientos
Relating to the authority of a county to select an insurance

SB 1238            Madla
Relating to the creation of a public nuisance by the failure to
properly maintain a drainage easement.

SB 1587            Carona
Relating to certain foreclosure notice requirements.

SB 1589            Carona
Relating to fraudulent documents offered to the county clerk for

SB 1596            Estes / et al.
Relating to activities of a winery.

SB 1621            Lindsay
Relating to the tax rate for emergency services districts located
in certain populous counties.

SB 1669            Estes
Relating to the composition of wine sold or dispensed by a winery
located in a dry area.

SB 1850            Gallegos
Relating to the regulation of certain businesses that sell alcoholic
beverages in certain counties; providing an administrative penalty.

SCR 16            Madla / et al.
Recognizing the Texas wine industry.

SCR 18            Madla / et al.
Memorializing Congress to enact legislation to provide funding to support
the protection and growth of the Texas wine industry.

SCR 19            Madla / et al.
Requesting the Texas Wine Marketing Research Institute at Texas Tech
University include comparisons of the economic impacts of the states
in the wine industry.

HB 259            Elkins / et al.          SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to the powers of a county, municipality, or local entity
with respect to the regulation of traffic on highways under its