TCEQ's Executive Director Retiring

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality's executive director, Mark Vickery, will retire after 25 years in state government, the agency announced today. While he is scheduled to depart in May, Vickery has said he will remain at the agency long enough to allow for a smooth transition. 

“It has been my honor to work for the people of this great state for more than a quarter-century, but now it’s time for me and my family to explore new opportunities and start writing the next chapter of our lives,” Vickery said. “Texas is a better place because of ...

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