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City Council Place 1
Carl A. Register

This position is elected in May of odd-
numbered years.

City Council Place 2
Matthew T. Acock

This position is elected in May of even-numbered years.

Matthew Acock serves as President of Acock Consulting, L.L.C. and Vice President of Acock Engineering & Associates, L.P., a family enterprise serving the oil and gas industry for over three decades.
Prior to joining the family business, Matthew served as the Legislative Director and Chief Counsel for United States Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison in Washington, D.C. from 2005 to 2010, and was responsible for leading the Senator’s legislative activities and policy initiatives at the highest levels of government. 
Matthew is credited with many legislative accomplishments, including securing tax relief for Texas taxpayers and industries, as well as successfully negotiating a complex legislative solution to a long-running dispute in North Texas involving two of the nation’s largest air carriers.
Matthew also played a key role in Senator Hutchison’s amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in the landmark gun rights case District of Columbia v. Heller, where Sen. Hutchison led 54 fellow Senators and 250 Members of the U.S. House of Representatives to join in urging the Supreme Court to uphold the Second Amendment by striking down the D.C. gun ban.
Matthew participates in many industry-affiliated and charitable organizations, including service as Vice Chairman of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Texas Gulf Coast and Louisiana. Matthew has also served on the Board of Directors of the Federal Bar Association, where he served as Chair of the Younger Lawyer’s Division.
Matthew holds a J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law and graduated summa cum laude with a B.B.A. in Management from Texas A&M University, where he was a Company Commander in the Corps of Cadets and Executive Office of the Ross Volunteer Company.
Matthew has lived in Hill Country Village since 2013 with his wife Kelle and his two young boys.

City Council Place 3
Tom Doyle

This position is elected in May of odd-numbered years.

Tom Doyle is the National Director of Sales for The Gambrinus Company in San Antonio TX, with responsibility for leading a team of 80+ sales professionals driving sales of Shiner, Bridgeport, and Trumer brands across the US. Tom brings to the position a successful track record of more than 20 years that includes high-profile leadership positions and recognized sales achievements in the beer industry.
Driven by a strong sense of urgency and incredible determination, he enjoys and thrives on challenging situations. He is at his best when turning uncertainty and chaos into order and harmony. Personable, resourceful, and innovative, he always searches out new ways to improve operations and elevate best practices.
Tom joined Gambrinus in 2016 after a twenty-year tenure at A-B Inbev where he learned the sales side of the beer business from the ground up, starting with A-B right out of college. Prior to his current position at Gambrinus, he served as Vice President of A-B InBev’s High-End Division located in NYC and VP of Sales for the Midwest, where under Tom’s leadership, that region led the country in high-end sales growth of +18%. He also served in the North East for 9 years in a number of key positions including Sales Director for MA/RI, ME/NH/VT, General Manager, and Geographic Marketing Manager.
Tom has volunteered for the Living Lands and Waters Mississippi River Cleanup and Habitat for Humanity.
Tom resides in Hill Country Village, TX with his wife, Erin, and their four teenage children. When not working, Tom enjoys watching NHL hockey, working around his property, and attending his kids’ sporting events.

City Council Place 4
Gregory Blasko

This position is elected in May of even-
numbered years.

City Council Place 5
Allison Francis
Mayor Pro-Tempore

This position is elected in May of odd-numbered years.

Allison Francis is the Vice President of External Relations at The Center for Health Care Services (CHCS), the mental health authority for Bexar County. Opened in 1966, CHCS has an operating budget of $104 million and over 1,100 skilled and compassionate team members who help people find the solutions they need to live healthy and productive lives. CHCS provides treatment programs for mental health, substance use disorders and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities to children and families at 31 locations in Bexar County.
Allison joined CHCS in 2013 and is responsible for developing and implementing The Center’s marketing plans, communication strategies and branding activities. She also advances the legislative priorities of CHCS at the local, state and federal levels and oversees The Center’s 501 (c) 3 Foundation. Under her leadership, the External Relations Division manages all advertising, marketing, public relations, internal and external communications, community outreach, tours and volunteer activities at CHCS.
Allison has an extensive background in government relations, previously serving as the Manager of Local Government Relations with the San Antonio Water System and as Chief of Staff to two San Antonio City Council members and one Bexar County Commissioner. She has been actively involved with a wide range of nonprofit and civic organizations, and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the West San Antonio Chamber of Commerce (Acting Secretary), North East Education Foundation and The San Antonio Clubhouse.
A native San Antonian, Allison graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio with a B.B.A. in Marketing. She is the proud mom of three children: Ryan (25), Austin (23) and Elizabeth (21), and has lived in Hill Country Village with her partner Kirk Francis since June, 2017. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, gardening and spending time at her family vacation home in Rockport, TX.