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Terrell Runs Unopposed

Mar 06, 2012 11:19AM, Published by Mike, Categories: City+School, Life+Leisure




The March 5th filing deadline for this May's elections came and went without any new candidates for Southlake Mayor. As the only candidate who did file for election, current Mayor John Terrell has rightfully earned a second term atop Southlake City Council.

A Southlake resident for over 14 years, Mr. Terrell has served our city in a wide variety of volunteer positions including the Zoning Board of Adjustment, Southlake City Councilman from 2004 to 2009 and many more

The city looks forward to another term with Mayor Terrell.




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