Texas Administrative Code
|TITLE 13||CULTURAL RESOURCES|
|PART 2||TEXAS HISTORICAL COMMISSION|
|CHAPTER 26||PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE|
|SUBCHAPTER A||GENERAL PROVISIONS|
|RULE §26.5||Antiquities Advisory Board|
As permitted by Texas Government Code, §442.005(r), the commission hereby creates the Antiquities Advisory Board (hereafter referred to as the board). The board shall make recommendations to the commission on issues related to the Antiquities Code of Texas, Texas Natural Resources Code, Title 9, Chapter 191. The board is composed of the following ten membership positions: three members of the commission appointed by the chair, a representative of the Texas Archeological Society (TAS) who is nominated in consultation between TAS and the commission, a representative of the Council of Texas Archeologists (CTA) who is nominated in consultation between CTA and the commission, a state agency archeologist who is nominated in consultation between state agencies that employ archeologists and the commission, two historians nominated by the commission from the discipline of Texas history, and two historic architects nominated by the commission, in consultation with the Texas Society of Architects, from the discipline of historic architecture. The chair of the board is appointed by the chair of the commission, from one of the three commission members that serve on the board. The vice chair will be elected each odd year by the board from within their membership. The archeologists, historians and historic architects serve two-year terms that expire on February 1, of either odd or even numbered years, as determined by the commission. All recommendations made by the board are brought to the commission by the board chair, or one of the other commission members who serve on the board. The board will accomplish its specific duties in the following manner.
|Source Note: The provisions of this §26.5 adopted to be effective May 20, 2013, 38 TexReg 2980; amended to be effective December 31, 2017, 42 TexReg 7383|