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Trinity Metro board names chairs, adds two new members

6 Dec 2019 9:18 PM | Stacy Hollingsworth (Administrator)

The Trinity Metro Board of Directors named Jeff Davis as the new chairman. Tito Rodriguez was elected vice chair and Ray Taylor was elected secretary for the 2020 fiscal year.

Davis, who serves as chairman of the Fort Worth Division of Republic Title, joined the Trinity Metro Board in 2013. Davis fills the role vacated by Scott Mahaffey, who served as board chair from 2013-2019.

Rodriguez was appointed to the Trinity Metro Board in 2015 by Tarrant County Commissioner Gary Fickes. Rodriguez also serves on North Richland Hills City Council, where he was mayor pro tem 2013-2014.

Taylor was appointed to the Trinity Metro Board in 2017.

Two new members joined the board.

Sylvia Alcala, who replaces Mahaffey, is president and founder of J Anthony Group, a consulting and professional services firm specializing in government subcontracting and supply chain operations in the Aerospace and Defense industry.

Stephen Baldwin, who replaces Jeff King, retired from Oncor Electric after 43 years of service. He volunteers in the community and has operated a small food truck and catering business since 2005.

The Trinity Metro Board has 11 members, with eight appointed by the Fort Worth City Council and three appointed by the Tarrant County Commissioners Court.


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