Final Draft License Code [HOT]
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Final Draft License Code
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The Model Body Art Regulations set forth a model code for the practice of body art and for the maintenance and operation of body art. The regulations have been reviewed by an advisory group composed of representatives from local boards of health, state cosmetology board, Office of General Counsel and the body art industry. Multiple suggestions expressed during the meetings with the advisory group, as well as written testimony and comments presented at the public hearings, have been incorporated into the final draft of the model regulations.
There were four progress meetings attended by department staff and other interested parties during this study. Representative Bob Turner and members of the press participated in extensive discussion with staffs of the two agencies during the meeting held at Fort McKavett. A joint meeting was held in Austin on October 15th to begin the process of developing consolidated recommendations from the specialist draft reports. The final report will contain: A list of major repairs identified for each site, with adjustments for those that are duplicated in the 1998 and 1999 Capital Programs; an annual maintenance program based upon site-specific conditions; a process for determining statewide historical significance of the existing inventory, as well as identifying any major voids; marketing plans for the sites with potential to attract significant additional revenue; improved interpretive programs based upon site-specific needs; recommendations for specialized staff training targeted for the specific needs of historic sites (such as management, marketing, interpretation and collections); and recommendations to establish an organizational identity for the historic sites.
Mr. Oaks stated the final draft of the study should be ready in about two weeks. It will contain three elements: The Executive Summary, the actual report itself with the five areas that Dr. Dolman discussed (about 30 pages), and an appendix containing the reports of the five consultants with their general recommendations, followed by specific recommendations for each site.
Mr. Oaks extended an invitation for the Committee and/or the full Commission to meet with members of the Historical Commission in three or four weeks to study the recommendations, devise a strategy for obtaining resources, and come to an agreement on which recommendations need to be carried out as soon as possible. Chairman Bass reported he had spoken with Chairman Nau and they agreed it would be most productive for the two Commissions to meet after studying the draft report for a week or ten days. Mr. Oaks promised that a draft could be submitted to the full Commission by November 15 and there would still be enough time for fine-tuning. Chairman Bass agreed to contact Chairman Nau with some proposed dates for a joint meeting in order to quickly finalize the report and initiate a program to which everyone could be committed.