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Conley receives 16th Jack Griesenbeck Regionalism Award

Tuesday, January 09, 2018

CAPCOG awarded Hays County Commissioner Will Conley with the 16th Jack Griesenbeck Leadership in Regionalism Award for his efforts and commitment to regionalism especially in the area of transportation.

Conley, is a former chair of the CAPCOG Executive Committee, the Capital Area Regional Transportation Planning Organization, and the Capital Area Initiatives Foundation. He has also chaired the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization for several years and is a member of many other regional and local organizations. “I am very proud of the things we are able to accomplish on the local and regional level here in Central Texas,” Conley said. “I think what we do matters. I think it makes a difference in people’s lives.”

“This awards honors significant efforts in regional cooperation in the ten-county capital area,” said Williamson County Commissioner Cynthia Long, who presented Conley with the award. “During his tenure… Commissioner Conley has helped influence transportation in a whole new way. He has tirelessly worked with local, state and federal transportation leaders to further real transportation solutions in the region.”

The award is named after former Bastrop County Judge Jack Griesenbeck, CAPCOG’s first chairman. It recognizes a person who consistently advocates a regional and multijurisdictional approach through their work with local governments, nonprofits and other organizations.

Williamson County Commissioner Cynthia Long (Right) presents Hays County Commissioner Will Conley  with CAPCOG's Jack Griesenbeck Leadership in Regionalism Award. Williamson County Commissioner Cynthia Long (Right) presents Hays County Commissioner Will Conley  with CAPCOG's Jack Griesenbeck Leadership in Regionalism Award.

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