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Jarod Varner picked to lead Central Arkansas Transit

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JAROD VARNER
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Jarod Varner, who's been vice president of transit operations for the Denton County (Texas) Transportation Authority, where he's worked since 2005, has been selected to be the executive director of the Central Arkansas Transit Authority. He succeeds the retiring Betty Wineland.

Varner has a bachelor's degree from Harding University and a master's from the University of North Texas in public administration.

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