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Charles Alworth

Board Member

East Texas Symphony Orchestra

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East Texas Symphony Orchestra

107 E. Erwin

Tyler, Texas, 75702

United States

Company Description

The mission of the East Texas Symphony Orchestra Association is to serve East Texas by: Providing the highest possible quality of symphonic entertainment through the presentation of classical and contemporary music in diverse settings. Educating, enriching and...more

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Background Information

Affiliations

East Texas Council of Governments

Board Member


Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce

City Council Member


Smith County Bar Association

Board Member


District 6 Tyler

City Councilman


Taxpayers Association of Smith County

Board Member


Education

Bachelor of Science

electrical engineering

University of Oklahoma


Master of Science

electrical engineering

University of Oklahoma


degrees

electrical engineering


doctor of philosophy

University of Oklahoma


juris doctorate

The University of Tulsa


law degree

The University of Tulsa


Web References(38 Total References)


Board of Directors

Dr. Charles Alworth


Board of Directors

Dr. Charles Alworth


http://www.tylerpaper.com/article/20080511/NEWS08/709119285/-1/NEWS

Tyler City Council member Charles Alworth sailed to re-election to a third term Saturday night, as complete but unofficial voting totals showed him winning 83.09 percent to challenger Larry Meckley's 16.91 percent. Alworth won 1,464 votes, to Meckley's 298 votes.Alworth, an engineer and attorney, represents District 6."It seems the people who voted for Mr. Meckley are the folks who feel the city is going in the wrong direction," Alworth said early Saturday evening.Alworth says he's dedicated to putting the Tyler 21 plan into practice."I want to see us move forward with Tyler 21," Alworth says."The key issue people said they wanted in Tyler 21 was public safety," Alworth says."I'm certainly not going to go around voting for tax increases to fund Tyler 21," Alworth said."I'm happy with the smoking ordinance," Alworth said.Alworth holds degrees in electrical engineering and is a licensed engineer.He's also a patent attorney with a national and international practice.He serves on the boards of the Smith County Bar Association and the East Texas Symphony Association. He is married, and he and his wife have two children and three grandchildren.


http://www.tylerpaper.com/article/20080425/NEWS08/804250302/-1/NEWS

Alworth Focusing On Tyler 21 Plan In City Council RaceCharles AlworthTyler City Council member Charles Alworth says formulating the Tyler 21 plan was just the beginning, and now he wants to help put the plan into practice. Alworth is seeking re-election to the District 6 seat he's held for four years.He faces challenger Larry Meckley in the May 10 municipal election.Early voting begins Monday and lasts through May 6. "I want to see us move forward with Tyler 21," Alworth said in a recent meeting with the Tyler Paper's editorial board."The key issue people said they wanted in Tyler 21 was public safety," Alworth said."I'm certainly not going to go around voting for tax increases to fund Tyler 21," Alworth said."I'm happy with the smoking ordinance," Alworth said."They made the argument it's a health and safety issue," Alworth said."And I believe government can and should regulate health and safety issues." The city should continue to encourage development, he said. "I don't want a dying town," he said."At the same time, I want to see our developers and residents get along, so we don't have developers walking all over our residents." Alworth holds degrees in electrical engineering and is a licensed engineer.He's also a patent attorney with a national and international practice.He serves on the boards of the Smith County Bar Association and the East Texas Symphony Association. He is married, and he and his wife have two children and three grandchildren.


ETSO

Dr. Charles W. AlworthTerm 2005-2008


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