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CTRMA board needs new Travis County appointee

Friday, December 4, 2015 by Nora Ankrum

The Travis County Commissioners Court is calling for qualified members of the community to apply to fill a vacancy on the board of directors for the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority. The Commissioners Court appoints three of the board’s seats, and one of those will become available for a new member on Feb. 2, 2016. (The Williamson County Commissioners Court makes three appointments as well, and the governor appoints the board’s chair.) According to an announcement from Travis County, the newly appointed member “will work with all jurisdictions within the two counties, reflecting local sensitivities and ideals in the decision-making process, but principally represent the interests of the Commissioners Court.” Commissioners are looking in particular for applicants “with exceptional vision, business and administrative skills and experience, and history of significant community involvement.” Applicants can call 512-854-9754 to get the application and information packet, or they may download the packet here. All applications are due Friday, Jan. 8, by 5 p.m.

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