- Chief Appraisers Will Send Notices
of Appraised Value in Letter Form
- Rylander Reports
- Sample Letter of Appraisal
- Heavy Equipment Dealers Report
Leased or Rented Inventory
- ARB Seminars Begin March 7
- 2000 ARB Training Course Dates and Locations
- Texans Pass Two Constitutional Amendments
Addressing Local Property Taxation
- Attorney General Issues Opinions on
VIT Escrow Accounts, Other Areas
- 8 of 11 School Districts Succeed in
1999 Tax Rate Rollback Elections
e-Texas, launched in November, is laying the foundation to transform Texas government from its traditional bricks and mortar foundation to a national technological leader that uses bytes, chips and satellite airwaves to deliver services.
The e-Texas commission will examine all of the best practices of on-line private and public enterprises. The goal is simple: Texas Government for the new century should cost less, provide better service, and be more responsive to the citizens who pay for it.
Envision a Texas where you don't stand in a line to renew a driver's license or motor vehicle registration.
Envision a Texas where a child sick at home can still attend class through the Internet.
Envision a Texas where a small business like Joe's Bakery in East Austin doesn't have to contact the Department of Health, the Comptroller's office, the Worker's Compensation Commission, and the Secretary of State's office just to do business.
Envision e-Texas--government that is excellent, efficient and effective. To make this a reality, we would love to hear what you have to say. You can reach us via e-mail at email@example.com or call us toll-free at (888) YOUR TEXAS (968-7839). To follow our progress, check out our Web site at www.e-texas.org.
With your help, I know we can succeed in recreating state government--making it smaller and smarter.
CAROLE KEETON RYLANDER
Comptroller of Public Accounts