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Maso Awarded Frisco Citizen of the Year

Frisco mayor Pro Tem Maher Maso has received many accolades for his work on the City Council and as a board member of the Arts of Collin County, from colleagues, citizens, and the business community. Saturday night the city’s largest … Continue reading

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Jodi Shuman Thanks Maher Maso for communication

BY JODI SHUMWAY / Neighbors Editor Last week I had the wonderful opportunity to visit Isbell Elementary during their kindergarten Thanksgiving feast. I have to say, it was so refreshing seeing the innocence of these children as they filed into … Continue reading

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Maso continues his battle against tolling State Highway 121

“TxDOT is guaranteeing these foreign companies a 22-percent return on their investment, which could be disastrous for us.” By Mike Raye, Frisco Enterprise, Star Community Newspapers A joint resolution from five local governments to ensure local control of the fate … Continue reading

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Maher Maso Participates in Gary Burns Fun Run

Gary Burns Fun Run benefits Frisco students City Council member Tony Felker, Mayor Mike Simpson and Mayor Pro Tem Maher Maso greet the crowds as they walk the course at the Gary Burns Memory Walk Oct. 22. The sixth Gary … Continue reading

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Heading down the road of Tolling – Maso attempts to put the brakes on

Seeing the writing on the Wall, Maso attempted to explain what may end up happening. Maso even attempts to explain to the elected officials that TxDOT may end up trying to sell it to a private company, which is exactly … Continue reading

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Maso brings Boeing CEO to McKinney Airport

Collin County: Boeing CEO urges unified economic development plan Boeing CEO urges unified economic development plan By JEFF BALL, Staff writer, Plano Star Courier Collin County communities should cooperate in economic development and have a long-range strategic plan for the … Continue reading

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