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Representatives from General Law Cities in the Houston-Galveston Area Council region met on Thursday, November 9, to choose two members to represent their cities and two members to serve as alternates on the H-GAC Board of Directors.

 

City of Meadows Place Alderman Terry Henley was reelected to serve as a Board member, marking his twenty-fifth term representing General Law Cities. Alderman Henley is a past Chair of H-GAC’s Board of Directors. City of Waller Council Member Nancy Arnold was also reelected to a fifth term to serve as a Board member representing General Law Cities.

 

Alternates elected were City of Bunker Hill Village Councilwoman Susan Schwartz and City of Bellville Alderman James Harrison.

 

The Board of Directors is composed of local elected officials who serve on the governing bodies of member local governments.  There are thirty-six members on the H-GAC Board.  The Board provides oversight and direction for H-GAC staff in carrying out the wide array of programs for the agency.

 

Houston-Galveston Area Council

The Houston-Galveston Area Council (www.h-gac.com) is a voluntary association of local governments in the 13-county Gulf Coast Planning Region—an area of 12,500 square miles and more than 6 million people. H-GAC works to promote efficient and accountable use of local, state, and federal tax dollars and serves as a problem-solving and information forum for local government needs.

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