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Who serves on the Brazos River Authority Board of Directors?

The Brazos River Authority Board of Directors is made up of 21 men and women from across the Brazos basin who are appointed by the Texas Governor. They serve staggered six-year terms. For a list of current board members, their photos and biographical information, go here.

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