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Posted on: December 16, 2020

City Council Member Resigns

Tim and Donna Welch

The City of North Richland Hills extends our appreciation and best wishes to Council Member Tim Welch, who announced this week that he is stepping down from his City Council seat so that he can devote more time to his family.

Mr. Welch has served in City Council Place 7 for 18 years, making him one of the most senior members on the Council. Prior to being elected to Council, he served on the Planning & Zoning Commission. As a council member, he represented North Richland Hills on numerous regional, state and national boards and commissions.

“Throughout his tenure, he has always kept the best interests of our community and residents at heart. We appreciate his many years of service and wish him and his wife Donna nothing but the best in the years ahead,” said Mayor Oscar Trevino.

The City Council is expected to discuss filling the vacancy in Council Place 7 at their next meeting, which will be on January 11, 2021.


Councilman Welch's announcement

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