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Dr. Fred L. McGhee AMA • /r/Austin
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7 days ago
I may be "tough and know stuff" but I am also somebody with a long established track record of teamwork and collaboration. Our new 10-1 city council will require people who can do both. Please watch me explain. ... See MoreSee Less
Dr. Fred L. McGhee on Collaboration
Austin City Council candidate Dr. Fred L. McGhee explains his history as a collaborator, team player, and leader who gets things done for the people.
When it comes to discussions about Energy in Austin, lessons abound in Germany. Lessons also abound in Austin: demand management data produced by our own Pecan Street Project is going to play a major role in how we manage energy in the future. ... See MoreSee Less
Sun and Wind Alter Global Landscape, Leaving Utilities Behind
Electric utility executives all over the world are watching nervously as technologies they once dismissed as irrelevant begin to threaten their long-established business plans.
1 week ago
Today is September 11. It is a time for reflection. But for me it is also the thirty-seventh anniversary of my arrival to America from West Germany. Like so many before and since, I came to this country not speaking English, unsure of what sort of future would lay in store. The date September 11, 1977 is forever etched in my memory, and my experiences of learning what it means to be an American are fundamental character traits that I will bring to my service on the Austin City Council dais. According to census figures Twenty-Five Percent (25%) of the population of District 3 consists of non-citizens, immigrants who have come to our country, as I did, in search of a better life.I am best positioned to lead by example on this issue because I have lived this experience. I am running to represent ALL of the people of District 3 and look forward to seeing you out on the campaign trail as I continue to discuss my ideas for moving our city forward. ... See MoreSee Less
Austin City Council candidate Dr. Fred L. McGhee explains the significance of September 11th in his family's history and why a history as an immigrant matter...
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