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New head at AGC.

New Head At AGC

After 22 years with the Associated General Contractors, executive director Jim Martin, 55, is on his way out. He should be gone by June.

The Arkansas branch of heavy-weight contractors already has been advertising in national journals for a new executive director.

Martin was promoted to executive director a few years ago when former Sen. Knox Nelson resigned from the role because of negative publicity over the many perks the AGC was giving him: an apartment, automobile, salary and expenses.

Although Nelson continued to receive ample benefits from the association (even after his resignation), when Nelson was defeated this fall, the AGC cut him loose.

Now, it's Martin's turn. Apparently, more than one ex-legislator has been quietly approached about the position.
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Title Annotation:Associated General Contractors
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Apr 15, 1991
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