News from Town Hall – May 2018

May 1, 2018 by

News from Town Hall – May 2018

Greetings from Town Hall,

May 5 School District Elections
The two school districts that serve our town are having May 5 elections. Residents in the Denton ISD will vote on two school board seats and a school district bond election. Those in the Lewisville ISD will vote on two school board seats.

May 22 Republican Primary Run-Off Elections
Reminder that there is a Republican Primary Run-Off Election on May 22. Early voting will only be five week-days running from May 14-18. The early voting sites nearest Double Oak are the Flower Mound Police and Municipal Court Building, Denton County Southwest Courthouse off of FM377 at Canyon Falls and the Highland Village City Hall. Please take advantage of the early voting sites convenience, if able. Double Oak Town Hall will be a May 22 Election Day voting site.

Double Oak residents will vote in the Republican Primary Runoff races for Denton County District Clerk, County Commissioner Precinct 4 and Justice of the Peace Precinct 4.

We all have a civic duty to go vote in every election, so please go vote.

God Bless our Town of Double Oak, Denton County and our Nation.

Town Council Oaths of Office and Recognition of Council Members Ted Gruenloh and Stacie Stoehner
Please join your neighbors at the Monday, May 7 council meeting to witness the swearing-in of elected Council Members Anita Nelson, Andrew Wills, Joe Dent and Ginger Brittain.

The town will also recognize and thank out-going Council Members Ted Gruenloh and Stacie Stoehner for their dedicated public service.

The council meeting begins at 7:00pm at Double Oak Town Hall

Memorial Day
On Memorial Day please pause and remember those who have died in service of our nation

Happy Mother’s Day and congratulations to all of our graduates

  

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