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In The News

TCEQ accepts TERP rebate applications

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality announced it will accept grant applications for projects seeking rebates for the upgrade or replacement of diesel on-road heavy duty vehicles and select non-road equipment until May 26, 2017.

Project information for Water Revolving Fund programs due

The Texas Water Development Board seeks projects to be funded in the 2018 fiscal year through its State Revolving Fund programs’ Intended Use Plans.

City of Buda focus groups give older adults civic outlet

The City of Buda conducted two Focus Groups on Aging in January in effort to plan for meeting the needs of the city’s growing senior population. With a great turnout and lot of discussion, the groups are laying the foundation for Buda to become a more age friendly city where residents no matter their age can live, work, and play.

Office move could impact access to CAPCOG staff

Several divisions will move their operations into CAPCOG’s new expansion at 6800 Burleson Road in in Building 310, Suite 155, on Feb. 28. The divisions moving include Administration, the Area Agency on Aging of the Capital Area (AAACAP), the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of the Capital Area, Planning and Economic Development, and Regional Services.

GLOCK armorer course returns to CAPCOG

GLOCK pistols are a part of many peace officers’ everyday equipment, and even though they often remain holstered, it’s imperative that an officer’s sidearm works properly before it is needed. That is why CAPCOG is partnering with GLOCK for its now annual armorer course on March 7 to help prepare the region’s police agencies about safely using and maintaining their weapons.

Planning and Economic Development blogs regional data

CAPCOG’s Planning and Economic Development Division relaunched Data Points, its commentary on regional economic issues, as a blog at DataPoints.org. The new website will allow its readers to dive deeper into the topics featured in the digital publication.

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Upcoming Events

Mar
1

Meeting: Law Enforcement Education Committee

The Capital Area Council of Governments Law Enforcement Education Committee meets quarterly to provide advice on policies and standards for Basic Peace Officer Course entrance requirements and specialized or mandated in-service training.

Mar
2

Meeting: Homeland Security Task Force

The Capital Area Council of Governments' Homeland Security Task Force, which meets the first Thursday of every month, will meet to discuss regional  Homeland Security initiatives.

Mar
8

Meeting: CAPCOG Executive Committee

The Executive Committee, CAPCOG's governing body, meets the second Wednesday of each month to conduct agency business.

Mar
29

Criminal Justice Grant Scoring Meeting

The Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) will rank all the Governor's Office Criminal Justice Division grant applications that were submitted from organizations within the CAPCOG ten-county region. CJAC will conduct the ranking based on the Criminal Justice Division's state priorities.

Mar
30

Criminal Justice Grant Scoring Meeting

The Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC) will rank all the Governor's Office Criminal Justice Division grant applications that were submitted from organizations within the CAPCOG ten-county region. CJAC will conduct the ranking based on the Criminal Justice Division's state priorities.

Mar
30

CAPCOG and AACOG joint air quality meeting

CAPCOG’s Central Texas Clean Air Coalition is having a joint air quality meeting with the Alamo Area Council of Governments. The two organizations will discuss air quality issues in both regions.

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