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Maher Maso Files Campaign for Frisco Mayor

Former Mayor Pro Tem Seeks To Keep Frisco A “Very Special Place To Raise A Family” Former Frisco Councilman & Mayor Pro Tem Maher Maso today filed his candidacy for Frisco Mayor for the election to be held May 10. … Continue reading

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Maher Maso Announces a Weekly Citizen Roundtable

(February 5, 2008) The Maher Maso for Mayor team announced a weekly citizen roundtable with Mayoral candidate Maher Maso. This will be a great opportunity for Frisco Citizens to learn about the issues that Frisco is facing as well as … Continue reading

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Maso Presents to Texas Realtors Leadership Program

Texas Realtors Leadership Program III (TRLP3) asked Maher Maso to present to the class during their Leadership Session. Maher was one of the original presenters for Class I in 2006 and was asked help TRLP3 again. TRLP3 session TWO of … Continue reading

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Maso named to Collin College Foundation Board Executive Committee

Collin College Foundation Names New Board September 14, 2007 – Collin College Foundation Board has announced a new roster that includes three new members and a new slate of officers. D. Baron Cook of Wylie, Richard Dill of McKinney and … Continue reading

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NTTA Awarded SH 121 Contract – Maso Comments

Local leaders want best deal for SH 121 By Danny Gallagher, staff writer, Colony Courier-Leader Several Collin County leaders said that whether or not the North Texas Tollway Authority was pressured not to bid for the contract to construct State … Continue reading

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Maso encourages public to get involved with SH 121 Debate

SH 121 plans taking their toll By Penny Rathbun The City of Frisco has sent a long and detailed response to Jennifer Halstead of engineering firm HTNB on the plan to turn State Highway 121 into a toll road. The … Continue reading

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