May/June 2018

Features

Clerks Rushed to Reopen After Hurricane Harvey

Once the lights were back on, district and county clerks relocated or erected temporary offices to serve the public.

‘Show Respect to Gain Respect’

Former Falls County Sheriff reflects on 43-year career in law enforcement

Fifteen Historic Texas Courthouses Receive $20 million

The Texas Historic Commission announced grant recipients

County magazine

Voices of County Government - Hon. Mary Louise Garcia

Voices of County Government - Hon. Mary Louise Garcia

County magazine

Changing Mortality Rates by County

Tim Brown looks into the change in mortality rates due to cardiovascular diseases and diabetes across Texas counties.

Tim Brown

County Information Senior Analyst

2017 Safety Awards

Eleven counties and three individuals were recognized for their commitment to employee safety.

County magazine

Tap Into TAC Services

TAC provides service to all elected and appointed county officials, to all counties and to all of the associations of county officials. We want you to use those services.

TAC President Larry Gallardo

‘Show Respect to Gain Respect’

Former Falls County Sheriff reflects on 43-year career in law enforcement

Liz Carmack

Clerks Rushed to Reopen After Hurricane Harvey

Once the lights were back on, district and county clerks relocated or erected temporary offices to serve the public.

Jorjanna Price

LAST LOOK

Spring has Sprung - But it Won't Last Long

TAC County Relations Officer Kim Joyce captured the official symbol of spring in Central Texas — a blanket of bluebonnets. And the trailer painted with the state flag in the background adds perfectly to the Texas theme. ​