Keeping the peace during a pandemic

A new day in law enforcement unfolded when the coronavirus took hold in Texas counties.

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Keeping the peace during a pandemic

Modern masterpieces

Underappreciated mid-20th century courthouses represent a bold postwar Texas

Comptroller warns of revenue shortfall for 2022-23 biennium

TAC Employee Spotlight - Amy Ruedas

TAC Legislative Department Operations Manager

Executive Director's Report

Is the 2020 Unfunded Mandates Survey on your to-do list?

Susan M. Redford

Executive Director

Details set for Aug. 26-28 virtual Legislative Conference

Google Chrome browser recommended to attendees

TAC RMP Regional Workshops on human resources move online

Law enforcement regionals remain in person

Is safe, compliant online government purchasing possible?

Joel Nihlean

Content Marketing Manager, Texas Association of School Boards

Modern masterpieces

Underappreciated mid-20th century courthouses represent a bold postwar Texas

Sharon Fleming

Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program Texas Historical Commission

LAST LOOK

1901 McLennan County Courthouse.

The dome inside the 1901 McLennan County Courthouse in Waco caught the eye of TAC County Relations Officer Rick Avery, who snapped this photo the last time he visited (prepandemic). The courthouse, designed in Beaux Arts style, is on the National Register of Historic Places and was designed by J. Riely Gordon.

County officials and employees (and any other Texas resident) can submit a photo to be considered for Last Look. Email your high-resolution photo to Managing Editor Liz Carmack, lizc@county.org.