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Thank you for registering for the
17th Annual CASE Summer Conference!
August 5-7, 2021
at the Hilton Garden Inn - South Padre Island

Keynote Speaker: Representative Jacey Jetton

Jacey Jetton is a 7th generation Texan who represents Sugar Land, Richmond, and the surrounding areas in the Texas House of Representatives. He serves on the Committees for Redistricting, Public Health, Elections, and the Policy Committee for the Texas House Republican Caucus. Jetton served in the Texas Army National Guard where he was attached to a mechanized infantry unit in the 36th Infantry Division. Jacey and Fanny Jetton have two young boys, Jacob and Calob, who attend schools in Fort Bend ISD. Jetton’s background includes working in the 83rd legislative session as a Legislative Director, in the Texas Comptroller’s agency working as a taxpayer liaison, President for Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District 143, and in the Republican Party as Engagement Director for the Republican Party of Texas. He was then elected Chairman of the Fort Bend County Republican Party.
Professionally, Jetton is a small business owner operating a homeowners association management company. Jetton continues to serve Fort Bend County by volunteering with various organizations that focus on supporting single moms, poverty, and veterans’ issues.
NOTE: Rep. Jetton had to cancel due to the 1st called special session. Just in case something changes and he is able to make a cameo, we left him on the schedule. All other presentations will move up.

CASE would like to thank all of its sponsors for their generous support. Sponsors enable CASE to host the Annual Conference and to continue CASE's mission of providing educational and networking opportunities for our members.
2021 Conference Sponsors Expergy
Hitchcock Design Group
Jones - Heroy & Associates
Storm Water Solutions LLC
TML Intergovernmental Risk Pool

Conference Agenda
Thursday, August 5

4:00 - 7:00 Conference Check-In

7:00 - 9:00 Conference Kick-Off Celebration! Pool Side

Friday, August 6

8:30 Welcome

8:45 - 9:30 Mark Mann - Tree Man Solutions & Trent Rush - Hitchcock Design Group

9:30 - 9:45 John Elder - Acclaim Energy

10:15 - 10:30 - BREAK

10:30 - 11:00 - Todd Burrer - Inframark

11:00 - 11:30 - Stefanie Albright - Lloyd Gosselink

Saturday, August 7

7:30 - 8:15 Breakfast

8:30 - 9:15 - Trey Lary - ABHR

9:15 - 9:45 - Keynote Speaker: Representative Jacey Jetton

Representative Jacey Jetton had to cancel due to the 1st called special session, just in case something changes and he is able to make a cameo, we left him on the schedule. All other presentations will move up.

9:45 - 10:00 - BREAK

10:00 - 10:30 - Elston Johnson - Elston Johnson & Associates

10:30 - 11:00 - Mike Howe - TxAWWA

11:00 - 11:30 - Temple McKinnon - TWDB

11:30 - Noon - John Sutton - TWDB

12:30 - 2:30 Founders Lunch at Sea Ranch Restaurant & Bar

Founders Lunch


Sea Ranch Restaurant & Bar

1 Padre Blvd, SPI, TX 78597


08/07/21 12:30pm - 08/07/21 2:30pm

*Adults only, for conference registrant and one guest*

If you did not RSVP on the conference email, please RSVP to Mindy: director@casetexas.org.

CASE Conference attendees discount code: Beach Park at Isla Blanca

The Capital Area Suburban Exchange (CASE) is a non-profit educational, networking and support organization for the directors, consultants, and service professionals of utility and special districts located within Central Texas.

2021 Membership Forms


2021 Annual Conference
August 5-7

2021 Registration Form

In Memoriam:
Longtime MUD Board director Chuck Walters passed away Thursday May 15, 2020 from natural causes. Chuck served on the Wells Branch MUD Board for several years and continued service on a newer MUD in recent years. He also served on the Wells Branch Neighborhood Association and loved being Santa for many years at the Wells Branch Homestead event. Charles Robert Walters

"I have been asked by several people why they are seeing a helicopter so much.

"In late January, the Travis County Sheriff’s Office partnered with the Texas Department of Public Safety Aviation Unit. We now share staff that are capable of flying the aircraft. With this agreement we are able to utilize a helicopter twenty-four hours per day five days per week. On the other two days we will utilize the helicopter overnight.

"This is a great asset for our agency as we strive to keep the citizens of Travis County safe. You will see the helicopter more because we are using the resource to assist with patrol."

Captain Craig Smith

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