Gratitude for River Pal, Sal
Councilman, Carlos Flores jumps aboard as replacement.
Trinity River Vision Authority’s Board of Directors honored friend and fellow board member, Sal Espino for five years of dedicated service this past Tuesday, October 17 at the organization’s October Board meeting.
Since joining the board in 2012, the former Fort Worth City Councilman has been instrumental in guiding development of the Trinity River Vision Masterplan and Panther Island. Not only did Espino personally educate the community on the importance of mobility with transit options, he has also been an avid supporter of recreation and entertainment programming on the river. His enthusiasm for Panther Island Pavilion and the Trinity Trails continuously encouraged the public to take advantage of the amenities and events available to residents and visitors in the area. Espino will be missed and the board is grateful for his contributions during his tenure.
The TRVA Board of Directors is excited to announce that newly elected Fort Worth City Councilman, Carlos Flores will be joining the board as their newest member. Flores is a life-long resident of Fort Worth and is currently raising his family in the Northside. Flores’ passion for the betterment of the city will be valuable to the TRVA Board.