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Saturday, September 23 • 4:10pm - 4:30pm
Meet-and-Greet with Big-City Economics Panelists

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Join us for refreshments & conversation with the panelists of Big-City Economics in the Jessen Lounge immediately following their panel.

Presented by the Texas Municipal League


Moderators
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Brandon Formby (mod.)

Reporter for The Texas Tribune
Formby writes about the challenges facing Texas’ largest metro areas as they experience unbridled growth. He joined the Tribune in October 2016 and is the organization’s first reporter based in Dallas. Previously, Formby spent more than 13 years at The Dallas Morning News, where... Read More →

Speakers
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Giovanni Capriglione

State Representative
Capriglione, R-Southlake, has represented House District 98 since 2013. He serves as vice chairman of the House Government Transparency & Operation Committee and sits on the Appropriations, Local & Consent Calendars, and General Investigating & Ethics committees. He also chairs t... Read More →
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Dee Margo

Mayor of El Paso
Margo was elected mayor in May 2017. Previously, he represented District 78 in the Texas House and served as chairman of the Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce. Margo also helped found the Regional Economic Development Corporation and served as president of the El Paso ISD Board... Read More →
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Rey Saldaña

San Antonio City Council Member
Saldaña has represented Council District 4 since 2011. He currently serves as vice chairman of the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization and as chief engagement officer for KIPP San Antonio. Saldaña has worked on several education initiatives, including organizing the Boo... Read More →


Saturday September 23, 2017 4:10pm - 4:30pm
Jessen Lounge 200 W. 21st St.

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