H.R. No. 392
         WHEREAS, Proud citizens of Palmview are gathering in Austin
  on February 9, 2015, to celebrate Palmview Day at the State Capitol;
         WHEREAS, Located in southern Hidalgo County, in the Rio
  Grande Valley, Palmview can trace its heritage to the town of Mamie,
  which was established in 1904 as a stop along the St. Louis,
  Brownsville and Mexico Railway; in 1972, a group of local residents
  led a drive to create an autonomous community, and their efforts
  resulted in the establishment of the City of Palmview; and
         WHEREAS, In the years since, Palmview has experienced
  significant growth; it is now home to about 6,000 residents, a
  number that is expected to increase dramatically in the coming
  years; located at the crossroads of U.S. Highway 83 and Farm Road
  2061, the town is situated between the busy retail areas of central
  Hidalgo County and the slower-paced, yet growing Starr County to
  the west; and
         WHEREAS, Palmview's expansion has created a range of new
  business opportunities, and the city chamber of commerce is working
  with existing and prospective entrepreneurs to spur further
  economic activity; moreover, officials are devoted to enhancing
  services to benefit the town's growing population and, to that end,
  have cooperated with agencies such as the Texas Water Development
  Board and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to
  pursue new infrastructure projects; and
         WHEREAS, Like other border cities, Palmview faces a unique
  set of challenges, and it has gained widespread attention for its
  role in helping to maintain national security; and
         WHEREAS, The city's progress is driven by its committed,
  community-focused residents, who embody the town's slogan of
  "Palmview Proud"; their involvement plays an essential role in
  numerous initiatives, including the Parks and Recreation
  Department sports programs, which have registered more than 90
  teams, a rate of participation that exceeds that of much larger
  municipalities; and
         WHEREAS, Home to an engaged citizenry and city government,
  Palmview is building on its heritage of hard work and independence
  to prepare for a dynamic and prosperous future; now, therefore, be
         RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives of the 84th Texas
  Legislature hereby recognize February 9, 2015, as Palmview Day at
  the State Capitol and extend to the city's delegation sincere best
  wishes for an enjoyable and productive visit to Austin.
  Muñoz, Jr.
Straus Guerra Otto
Allen Guillen Paddie
Alonzo Gutierrez Parker
Alvarado Harless Paul
Anchia Hernandez Peña
Anderson of Dallas Herrero Phelan
Anderson of McLennan Howard Phillips
Ashby Huberty Pickett
Aycock Hughes Price
Bell Hunter Raney
Blanco Isaac Raymond
Bohac Israel Reynolds
Bonnen of Brazoria Johnson Riddle
Bonnen of Galveston Kacal Rinaldi
Burkett Keffer Rodriguez of Bexar
Burns Keough Rodriguez of Travis
Burrows King of Hemphill Romero, Jr.
Button King of Parker Rose
Canales King of Taylor Sanford
Capriglione King of Uvalde Schaefer
Clardy Klick Schofield
Coleman Koop Shaheen
Collier Krause Sheets
Cook Kuempel Sheffield
Craddick Landgraf Simmons
Crownover Larson Simpson
Dale Laubenberg Smith
Darby Leach Smithee
Davis of Dallas Longoria Spitzer
Davis of Harris Lozano Springer
Deshotel Lucio III Stephenson
Dukes Márquez Stickland
Dutton Martinez Thompson of Brazoria
Elkins Martinez Fischer Thompson of Harris
Faircloth McClendon Tinderholt
Fallon Menéndez Turner of Collin
Farias Metcalf Turner of Harris
Farney Meyer Turner of Tarrant
Farrar Miles VanDeaver
Fletcher Miller of Comal Villalba
Flynn Miller of Fort Bend Vo
Frank Moody Walle
Frullo Morrison White of Bell
Galindo Muñoz, Jr. White of Tyler
Geren Murphy Workman
Giddings Murr Wray
Goldman Naishtat Wu
Gonzales Nevárez Zedler
González Oliveira Zerwas
  Speaker of the House     
         I certify that H.R. No. 392 was adopted by the House on February
  9, 2015, by a non-record vote.
  Chief Clerk of the House