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Dame Todos!
Act II: The Mayor's New Career
News Story  July 19, 1996, by Alex de Marban
"...Already, two Todos associates have done work that could have an impact on whether the EUD is privatized. Those two are the state's premier economist, Jon Hockenyos, owner of the economic forecasting firm Texas Perspectives, and Greg Hartman, manager of the southwest region of MGT of America, a national management consulting and public policy research firm...."

November Calling: PACs Form on Rail Vote
Groups organizing for and against potential bond proposition
DAILY News  April 8, 2014, by Mac McCann and Michael King
"...Meanwhile, Greg Hartman, a chief administrator at Seton Healthcare, recently formed the “Let’s Go Austin” PAC to support the “transportation bond for City of Austin.” Hartman is a longtime go-to organizer on bond issues, having experience with AISD bonds, the medical school vote, and many other community efforts. Let’s Go Austin is in the early formation stage, but Hartman told Newsdesk, “We’re going to be looking at raising money and then hopefully be able to educate city officials, community leaders, and then voters if this moves forward and becomes a sort of thing that we hope the community can support as a new transportation solution.”..."

The Prevailing Wage Guessing Game
Trustees worry that doing the right thing might cause bond dollars to come up short
News Story  April 15, 2005, by Rachel Proctor May
"..."The way the district handled the recommendation, and dealt with the committee, will make it harder to get to where we want to be," said Greg Hartman, who last fall promoted the bond and helped negotiate the establishment of the prevailing wage committee...."

A Great Big Bundle of Rail and Roads
Council moves transportation bonds toward a November vote
News Story  August 7, 2014, by Mac McCann
"...According to a mid-July press release, Let's Go Austin, formed in March to support the bond proposal, has already raised more than $73,000. PAC treasurer Greg Hartman said the PAC "intends to raise at least $500,000" over the next few months leading up to the election..."

Cleanliness, Godliness, and Money
Critics charge that Clean Water Clean Government's finances are a bit murky
News Story  May 12, 2006, by Michael King
"...In a statement announcing the complaint, Greg Hartman of the CAF called for an apology from campaign proponents, adding, "The hypocrisy of running a campaign for a so-called open government proposition, while refusing to report all contributors and violating the simplest campaign laws would be comical, if it was not so sad." Maxey told In Fact Daily that "All expenditures and contributions, both in-kind and monetary, have been fully reported to the public by the Clean Water Clean Government PAC. … It has long been a campaign tactic to file complaints at the Texas Ethics Commission during the last weeks of a political campaign..."

Election Notes
Critics charge that Clean Water Clean Government's finances are a bit murky
News Story  May 12, 2006, by Michael King
"...In a statement announcing the complaint, Greg Hartman of the CAF called for an apology from campaign proponents, adding, "The hypocrisy of running a campaign for a so-called open government proposition, while refusing to report all contributors and violating the simplest campaign laws would be comical, if it was not so sad." Maxey told In Fact Daily that "All expenditures and contributions, both in-kind and monetary, have been fully reported to the public by the Clean Water Clean Government PAC. … It has long been a campaign tactic to file complaints at the Texas Ethics Commission during the last weeks of a political campaign..."

Naked City
News Story  September 5, 1997
"...Where does Todd come in? In May of last year, then-Mayor Todd announced the formation of Todos, a new consulting consortium that would combine the talents of the mayor, his wife Elizabeth Christian (a PR person), and several other Austin area suits, among them Greg Hartman, a former executive assistant to state comptroller John Sharp. Hartman is currently employed by MGT of America, a company chosen by Lockheed Martin as a sub-contractor in its bid to win the state contract..."

Back to the Drawing Board
Process for Mapping School Boundary Lines Improved, Still Difficult
News Story  April 3, 1998, by Lisa Tozzi
"..."Nothing's cast in stone," the genial Harner tells parents, inviting them to identify their neighborhoods on giant cross sections of the city in the front of the room. "Why don't you come here and show me on the map?" During one meeting, Harner's white hair and glasses and his manner of talking to anxious parents prompted MGT's Greg Hartman to jokingly compare the demographer to Phil Donahue...."

Energizer Lobbyists
Deregulation Keeps Lobbyists Going... and Going...
News Story  February 21, 1997, by Robert Bryce
"...AECT used local consultant Greg Hartman, who works for MGT of America, to produce a report released last month which argued that deregulation would cut state and local revenues by a minimum of $234 million per year. Economist Jon Hockenyos, managing director of Texas Perspectives, is on retainer to AECT and is providing research and analysis to the group..."

The Road to 10-1: The Winnowing
One mayoral candidate out, another in
News Story  March 21, 2014, by Michael King
"...And by the (high)way, two transportation-related political action committees have also filed treasurer designations: Let's Go Austin, filed by Greg Hartman to "support the transportation bond for Austin"; and Our Rail, to support a charter amendment that would "designate the Guadalupe-North Lamar corridor to receive top priority for a light rail transit alignment."..."

Open and Shut Case
Morales' Opinion on Judges' Records Seems Self-Serving
News Story  September 5, 1997, by Bob Elder
"...The debate over open records and the judiciary started with a request from the Austin office of consulting firm MGT America, Inc., which is run by Greg Hartman, a former top aide to Comptroller John Sharp (and also a member of Todos, a strategic business alliance formed by former Austin Mayor Bruce Todd). In April, a principal in MGT-Austin, Alan Pollock, requested copies of all office, fax, cellular, and mobile phone records from Texas Supreme Court justices and staff over the past four years..."

Playback: Screamadelica
Austin Psych Fest 2014 drops its lineup
Music Column  December 6, 2013, by Kevin Curtin
"...If what you've seen so far has your pupils dilating, you can score tickets now at www.austinpsychfest.com. Hartman's History Washed Away..."

SXSW Film Announces Features Lineup
Competitive narratives and docs unveiled, plus more
DAILY Screens  February 2, 2016, by Josh Kupecki
"...The Incomparable Rose Hartman Director: Otis Mass With a career spanning decades, photographer Rose Hartman is known for her iconic photos from Studio 54 and the fashion world, her boisterous personality and ever presence capturing the New York social scene. (World Premiere) * SXstyle screening..."

Kill the Messenger!
In the Tomstown counterattack, the GOP spin doctors are pointing the finger in every direction
News Column  April 2, 2004, by Michael King
"...From its inception during last year's Lege session, Sylvester's newsletter has been entirely dedicated to defending Republican officeholders and policies from critical coverage by the state's major dailies. (It also devoted a considerable amount of virtual memory to laughable accusations that the papers were insufficiently enthusiastic about Bush's war on Iraq.) That's not surprising, since Media Watch is funded by the Lone Star Foundation (devoted to "family, freedom, free enterprise, and the Constitution"), and both are bankrolled by former Austin banker David Hartman, a 1994 GOP candidate for state treasurer and a state Republican heavyweight..."

A Cuppa Hot Joe
On a comedy club stage, News Radio star Joe Rogan exudes a mad joy for life in all its insanity, depravity, and delicious dirt; if Henry Miller had done stand-up, it would have come out like Joe Rogan's act.
Arts Story  May 4, 2001, by J. C. Shakespeare
"...JR: Phil Hartman was brilliant, and Dave Foley is a really funny guy. Phil Hartman was actually even funnier offstage than he was onstage because he would say nasty things..."

TV Eye
Austin Stories Chapter Ends
Screens Column  June 5, 1998, by Margaret Moser
"...My best friend E.A. and I conducted our own private tribute to comedian/actor Phil Hartman last week..."

99 Austin Acts at SXSW Music
Support the home team!
Music Story  March 8, 2018
"...15, Parish, 1am One of Austin's fastest-rising acts, Los Coast features an indie rock aesthetic with psychedelic flourishes and a frontman in Trey Privott who can wail like Wilson Pickett. Guitarist John Courtney composes lush soundscapes for the quintet's bespectacled, barefoot singer as bassist Megan Hartman and keyboardist Natalie Wright emit a strong Wendy & Lisa vibe..."

2007-2008 B. Iden Payne Award Nominations
The full list of honorees for the Austin Circle of Theatres' annual theatre honors
Arts Story  October 3, 2008
"...Joe Hartman (Overwhelming Underdogs)..."

2008 Payne Awards Nominations
The full list of honorees for the Austin Circle of Theatres' annual theatre honors
Arts Story  October 3, 2008
"...Joe Hartman (Overwhelming Underdogs)..."

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond
News Story  December 19, 2003, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...David Guenthner is leaving his editorial post at The Lone Star Report, a weekly Capitol political newsletter, at the end of the year to launch a public affairs consulting firm. Guenthner has been managing editor of the newsletter for six years, working under the paper's chairman and major funding source, David Hartman, former CEO of Hartland Bank and a Republican Party faithful..."

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