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Board for Lease: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department


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Upcoming Meeting:
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LOCATION:
Stephen F. Austin Bldg
Room 940A
1700 North Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701


Open to the public
Webcast live since 2005

past meetings

The Board for Lease, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (Board), was created to lease land owned by the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD). The Board is composed of three members. The Commissioner of the Texas General Land Office serves as Chairman of the Board and is joined by the Executive Director of TPWD. The Executive Director of TPWD may appoint the head of the TPWD department responsible for land management to serve on the Board in his/her place. The third member of the Board is a citizen appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate. The citizen member serves a term of two years.

Board meetings are held as necessary and are open to the public. As of 2005, Board meetings are webcast live, as well as archived for later viewing.

Board meeting agendas are posted in the Texas Register and can be accessed via the Texas Secretary of State website. Agenda must be posted seven working days prior to a Board meeting.

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Commissioner Jerry Patterson Corky Kuhlmann Wesley Lloyd
2002 - Present
ex officio member
2002 - Present
ex officio member
September 2011 - September 2015
Biography
Biography
Corky Kuhlmann

Mr. Kuhlman has served on the Board since November 2006. As Executive Director of TPWD, Mr. Carter Smith appointed Mr. Corky Kuhlmann to serve in his absence on the Board. Mr. Kuhlmann is the Senior Project Manager for the TPWD Land Conservation Program.
Biography
Wesley Lloyd

Mr. Lloyd was appointed the citizen member by Governor Rick Perry in 2009 and his term expires in 2011. Mr. Lloyd is an attorney from Waco. His law practice includes litigation and transactions involving oil & gas, water and environmental issues. He received his bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University and his law degree from the Texas Tech University School of Law, Lubbock.

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Contacts

Stephanie Crenshaw
Executive Assistant
Office of the Chief Clerk
512.936.1927
1.800.998.4GLO (4456)
512.463.5248 (FAX)
Stephanie Crenshaw