Governor of Texas Appointment Secretary Austin, Texas

Bernadette Feazell filed this request with the Office of the Governor of Texas.
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From: Bernadette Feazell

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Texas Public Information Act, I hereby request the following records:

Any appointments with the Governor's Office in the past year for McLennan County Sheriff Parnell McNamara, and Doc Anderson, of Waco.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 10 business days, as the statute requires.


Bernadette Feazell

From: Office of the Governor

Ms. Feazell,

This email seeks to narrow or clarify your request to avoid the production of and potential charges for responsive information that you are not interested in receiving. Additionally, clarifying or narrowing the scope of your public information request can assist the OOG in providing responsive information to you more quickly and potentially avoid the need for a decision from the Office of the Attorney General.

Appointment applications contain information that is confidential. To the extent such information exists, the OOG is authorized to redact information subject to sections 552.117, 552.1175, 552.130, 552.136, and 552.137 of the Government Code without the necessity of requesting a ruling from the OAG. The OOG will also redact dates of birth subject to section 552.101 of the Government Code in conjunction with common-law privacy pursuant to the authority the OAG granted this office in Open Records Letter Ruling No. 2018-03412 (2018).

However, the OOG may not redact other information we consider to be confidential, such as financial or medical information, without requesting a ruling from the OAG, which can take up to 45 business days.

* Are you willing to narrow your request to exclude the additional information the OOG believes is confidential? If so, the OOG will redact information from the applications that we believe is confidential and release the remaining information to you.

Your narrowing or clarification of this request does not preclude you from making future requests for additional information. After we receive your response, we can begin a search of our records for the information you are seeking. If the OOG does not receive a response from you by the 61st day after the date this email is sent, your request will be considered withdrawn. See Gov't Code § 552.222(d), (g). The withdrawal of your request does not preclude you from requesting the same or other information in the future. You can reach us at<> with any questions.

Kieran Hillis
Public Information Coordinator
Assistant General Counsel
Office of the Governor

From: Bernadette Feazell

yes, please proceed with redacting information and release what is releasable, thanks for your response.

From: Office of the Governor

September 6, 2022

Ms. Bernadette Feazell
MuckRock News<>

RE: OOG PIR # 512-22

Dear Ms. Feazell:

This email is in response to your modified public information request to the Office of the Governor (“OOG”), received by the OOG on August 22, 2022. A copy of your request follows this email.

The OOG has reviewed its files and has no information responsive to your request.

If you have any questions, please contact me at (512) 475-2256 or<>.


Kieran Hillis

Public Information Coordinator

Assistant General Counsel

Office of Governor Greg Abbott


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