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Stephen Kinslow

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

ACC adds 28,000 square feet to Hays campus plan

Because the measure failed in the San Marcos school district, a local proponent says, the college district will put more resources into building its campus in Kyle, which is now planned for 100,000 square feet.

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

Commentary: ACC still your partner for the future

In this guest commentary, Austin Community College president STEPHEN KINSLOW says that opponents of annexation measures in five Central Texas school districts spread misinformation. "The truth is that ACC is a vital resource for promoting healthier communities,"...

Friday, September 10th, 2010

Narvaiz, Porterfield, say lawsuit is 'pure politics'

San Marcos Mayor Susan Narvaiz and Councilmember Kim Porterfield said a lawsuit filed against them by a group opposing San Marcos CISD annexation into the Austin Community College district is, itself, a bid to sway the election....

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

ACC contracts for San Marcos property

The Austin Community College District has entered into a contract to buy 21 acres -- and accept a donation of 51 -- for a San Marcos campus off Texas 123.

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

Look for deceit whenever ACC comes for your tax money

Stephen Kinslow, the President of the Austin Community College district, has begun anew the effort to convince San Marcos area taxpayers that we should be willing to allow ACC to tax us so that residents from the...

Saturday, January 16th, 2010

ACC, Seton leaders to headline Kyle Chamber luncheon

Austin Community College President Stephen Kinslow and Seton Medical Center Hays executive Herb Dyer will headline the Kyle Area Chamber of Commerce's monthly luncheon.

Friday, January 15th, 2010

Kinslow to speak at Kyle chamber meeting

The Kyle Area Chamber of Commerce (KACC) is starting off 2010 with Austin Community College (ACC) District President Stephen Kinslow as the keynote speaker at the January luncheon.