It is hard to believe that 2019 is believe that 2019 is entering the fourth quarter and we are close to wrapping up another successful year for the chapter. The first half of 2019 was consumed by the legislative session and all the important work that AGC must do when legislators are in Austin and considering new laws.
The 86th session of the Texas Legislature adjourned “Sine Die” Monday, May 27, 2019. The final weeks were marked by speculation that the House and Senate would not be able to come to an agreement on the budget, school finance reform, or property tax relief legislation.
As the expression goes, "Keep Austin Weird.” In January of every odd-numbered year, Austin, Texas gets a little weirder for 140 days.
I AM INCREDIBLY GRATEFUL AND EXCITED to serve as the executive vice president for the AGC of Texas – an organization I truly admire and love. Many of you know me, some of you do not yet, but I look forward to working for each of you as we work together in the future. I am a native Austinite, born and raised in the “little offbeat” college town that has now grown into a major metropolitan area that embraces full-blown “weirdness,” and is struggling with big urban problems like crippling congestion.