Alamo Area Development Corporation
About the Alamo Area Development Corporation
In March, 1995, the Alamo Area Development Corporation (AADC) was created as a Texas nonprofit corporation. The AADC was established with 501(c)(3) nonprofit status.
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Strategies & Implementations
The AADC was established to enhance the lives of all residents in the region by developing effective strategies to meet the many challenges that confront the region and to coordinate regional strengths that offer solutions to these challenges.
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Alamo Area Development Corporation Board Meetings are held as needed in the Al J. Notzon III Board Room located at 8700 Tesoro Drive, Suite 100, San Antonio, TX 78217
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|James Danner, Chair
|James "Jimmy" Hasslocher||Board Member, University Health System|
|Rob Kelly||County Judge, Kerr County|
|Thomas A. (Tom) Schoolcraft||Mayor, City of Helotes|
||Former Mayor, City of Natalia
|Jim O. Wolverton||Commissioner, Guadalupe County Precinct 3|
|Diane Rath||Executive Director, AACOG|