Texas Governor Rick Perry has made several appointments to the Task Force to Reduce Child Abuse and Neglect and Improve Child Welfare, the Texas County and District Retirement System, and the Statewide Health Coordinating Council.
Governor Perry appointed Christopher Greeley of Houston and Adriana Maddox of Laredo to the Task Force to Reduce Child Abuse and Neglect and Improve Child Welfare for terms to expire at the pleasure of the governor. Pursuant to Senate Bill 1154 of the 82nd Legislature, the task force establishes a strategy to reduce child abuse and neglect, and improve child welfare in Texas. As required by statute, this position is appointed by the governor from a list recommended and submitted by the speaker of the House. Appointments
Governor Perry reappointed Ed. J. Miles Jr. of Live Oak, Dorye K. "Kristy" Roe of Bryan, and H. Charles "Chuck" Cazalas of Corpus Christi to the Texas County and District Retirement System for terms to expire Dec. 31, 2017. The retirement system is a nonprofit public trust that provides pension, disability and death benefits for eligible employees in participating counties and districts. The retirement system's trustees oversee all operations, including the annual budget, policy determination, legislative proposals and investment policy. Appointments
Governor Perry appointed Mabrie Jackson of Plano to the Statewide Health Coordinating Council for a term to expire Aug. 1, 2017. The council evaluates long-term local, regional and statewide health needs to develop workforce goals for health professionals. Appointment