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Maso Comments on Planned Growth: City’s ready for sizable development

Frisco: Officials say they’ve planned for growth, see no trouble By Bill Lodge, The Dallas Morning News The big residential development announced last week for western Frisco is expected to draw about 10,000 residents – about 10 percent of the … Continue reading

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Frisco Enterprise Editorial – On Tollroads

Policy must be re-examined Frisco Enterprise Editorial Board State bureaucrats, aided by an absence of political leadership from members of the Legislature in the affected communities, appear to have won the war of attrition that will result in tolls being … Continue reading

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Maso Stands Firm – SH Should Not Be Tolled

Council nearly united on 121 plan By Mike Raye, Staff Writer, The Frisco Enterprise It takes conviction to stand firm in your beliefs. As Thomas Jefferson once said, “In matters of principle, stand like a rock; in matters of taste, … Continue reading

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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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