Small Cities Advisory Council
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|Howard Heath||City Administrator||Claude||2|
|Justin Parker||City Manager||Spearman||2|
|Michael Chambers||City Administrator||Lorenzo||3|
|Elena Quintanilla||City Manager||Ransom Canyon||3|
|Roberto Rodriguez||Administrative Assistant||San Elizario||4|
|Sherrie Williams||Councilmember||Iowa Park||5|
|Tony Aaron, Chair||City Administrator||Early||6|
|Sonny Campbell||City Manager||Anson||6|
|Walter Bowen||Mayor||Lake Worth||8|
|Michelle Latray||Municipal Judge||Riesel||9|
|Trey Fletcher||City Administrator||West Lake Hills||10|
|Danny Segundo||City Administrator||Somerville||10|
|Jesse Falcon, CMO||Mayor Pro Tem||Odem||11|
|Mike Holder||Assistant City Manager||Kaufman||13|
|Arnetta Murray||Councilmember||Iowa Colony||14|
|Leonard Reed, CMO||Mayor||Willis||14|
|Elizabeth Lea||City Administrator||New Boston||15|
|Cindy Burchfield, Vice Chair||Councilmember||Daisetta||16|
The TML Small Cities Advisory Council (SCAC) advises the TML Board of Directors and staff on ways the League’s services to small cities can be expanded or modified, consistent with TML’s resources and the needs of the organization as a whole. Since the SCAC’s formation in 1990, the council has influenced the development of several TML programs and services, including: the TML Small Cities’ Problem-Solving Clinics, the Small Cities’ Corner feature in the Texas Town & City magazine, a workshop tuition scholarship program for small cities, and small cities sessions offered at the TML-TAMCC Elected Officials’ Conference and the TML Annual Conference and Exhibition.
The SCAC, which meets three times a year, is a dedicated and diverse group of appointed and elected officials from all corners of the state who represent Texas cities with populations of less than 15,000.