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  • AARO welcomes 2016 class of McBee Fellows

AARO welcomes 2016 class of McBee Fellows

  • December 4th, 2015
Ms. Stacy Armijo, Ms. Michelle Earley, Mr. Gerardo Interiano, Ms. Camille Jobe, Ms. Lindsey Leaverton, Mr. Mark Madrid, Ms. Kristin Marcum, Mr. Mike Odom, Ms. Tracy LaQuey Parker, and Ms. Sarah Richards.
  • AARO’s Class of 2015 – New Members!

AARO’s Class of 2015 – New Members!

  • November 4th, 2015
New Members: Colette Pierce Burnette, Don Christian, Benoit Cloutier, Paul Cruz, David Hays, Fred Heldenfels, Pete Inman, Ed Kargbo, Donna Klaeger, Tim Timmerman, Jay Watson...
  • Texas’ Proposition 7

Texas’ Proposition 7

  • October 26th, 2015

A strong transportation system is fundamental to Texas’ quality of life and economic vitality, attracting new businesses and generating new jobs.  If passed, Proposition […]

  • AARO Celebrates 35 Years!

AARO Celebrates 35 Years!

  • September 24th, 2015

Four-hundred notable regional leaders convened for AARO’s 35th Anniversary Celebration Luncheon on Monday, September 21st. Evan Smith, CEO of the Texas Tribune, engaged Steve […]

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  • Drowning in the Central Texas Drought

Drowning in the Central Texas Drought

  • February 26th, 2015

On February 26th, Austin Area Research Organization released “Drowning in the Central Texas Drought.”

The White Paper provides facts about the current drought and Austin’s […]

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  • Drowning in the Central Texas Drought

Drowning in the Central Texas Drought

  • February 26th, 2015

On February 26th, Austin Area Research Organization released “Drowning in the Central Texas Drought.”

The White Paper provides facts about the current drought and Austin’s […]

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