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Posted on: May 14, 2019

City Council Election

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During their May 13, 2019 meeting, the City Council canvassed the results of the May 4, 2019 election, placing into office the following City Council Members: 

  • Place 1 - Tito Rodriguez
  • Place 3 - Suzy Compton
  • Place 5 - Mike Benton
  • Place 7 - Tim Welch

Each Council Member was elected at large to serve a two-year term. 

Following the canvassing of the election results, Council Members Tito Rodriguez, Mike Benton and Tim Welch took the oath of office. Place 3 Council Member-Elect Suzy Compton took the oath of office at the May 20 City Council Meeting. 

The City Council also recognized outgoing Council Member Tom Lombard for 10 years of distinguished service and dedication to the community of North Richland Hills in Council Place 3. 

The meetings videos are available for residents to watch online: 

May 13, 2019 Meeting

May 20, 2019 Meeting.  

You can learn more about the Council Members on the City Council section of this website.

Council Member Tito Rodriguez

Council Member Tito Rodriguez. 


Council Member Mike Benton

Council Member Mike Benton.


Council Member Tim Welch

Council Member Tim Welch. 


Suzy Compton taking Oath of Office

Council Member Suzy Compton.


Council Member Tom Lombard

Outgoing Council Member Tom Lombard.

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