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At their regular meeting July 29, the Alamo Colleges Board of Trustees elected new officers. Approved by acclamation were...
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Alamo Colleges Names New Board Officers

At their regular meeting July 29, the Alamo Colleges Board of Trustees elected new officers. Approved by acclamation were: Anna U. Bustamante, chair; Dr. Yvonne Katz, vice chair; Joe Alderete, secretary; and Clint Kingsbery, assistant secretary. They will serve two-year terms.

The outgoing board officers were lauded for their many contributions, dedication and service for the past two years. They are: James Rindfuss, chair; Marcelo Casillas; vice chair; Anna U. Bustamante, secretary; and Dr. Yvonne Katz, assistant secretary. At the meeting, Trustee Rindfuss expressed his appreciation for having a unified board and for the dedication of all board members during his term as chairman. Also serving on the Alamo Colleges Board of Trustees are Denver McClendon, Albert R. Herrera, Roberto Zárate, Dr. Gene Sprague and Student Trustee Jacob Wong.

"The Alamo Colleges is fortunate to have such an outstanding Board of Trustees, dedicated to student success and highly cognizant of their fiduciary and policy-making responsibilities," said Alamo Colleges Chancellor Dr. Bruce Leslie.

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    The staff of The Ranger/The Ranger Online, student newspaper at San Antonio College, has produced a special edition with information on the Alamo Colleges trustee election. The edition, which hit stands April 25, also pays tribute to The Ranger's 90th anniversary. The election section includes photos and interviews with the 11 candidates for the four open trustee positions, an editorial encouraging voting, and a map showing the four districts up for election. The editorial stresses the importance of voters in shaping the direction of the Alamo Colleges. Early voting starts April 25, and the election is May 7. Read More >
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    Alamo Community College District (“Alamo Colleges”, “the District”) is currently planning to access the capital markets the week of May 23rd, 2016. The District anticipates selling approximately $70 million Limited Tax Refunding Bonds Series 2016 via negotiated sale. The final size and structure of the transaction has not yet been determined and is subject to change. The District has engaged Citigroup Global Markets Inc. as book-running senior manager on the transaction. Read More >
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