Jean Levenick announced that she will seek re-election to Place 5 on the Flower Mound Town Council this May.
Levenick was appointed by council to fill Tom Hayden’s vacant seat last June after he successfully ran for mayor.
“We have made great strides in moving Flower Mound ahead with regard to responsible economic growth to ease the tax burden on our residents,” said Levenick in a press release. “I will continue to seek out high quality development in the appropriate areas.”
A Flower Mound resident for 17 years, Levenick has been involved with several governmental organizations, from the local school district to the county level.
Aside from serving on town council in Place 4 from 2008 to 2010, she has been an advocate for CASA of Denton County, a member of the town’s Planning and Zoning Commission, and a member of the Community Emergency Response Team.
“Flower Mound has a strong tradition of community pride that has made it one of the most desirable places to live, work and raise a family. It is essential that we maintain a community that is safe, easy to get around in, and has the services that our residents need. I look forward to the opportunity to represent the hardworking taxpayers of Flower Mound and my goal is that your local government works better for you. I am committed to the accountable and responsible representation that the people of Flower Mound deserve and have come to expect. If re-elected, I will continue to bring an independent, common sense voice to the council focusing on the issues that are important to the residents of Flower Mound. It would be a privilege to again serve in this capacity.”