Highland Village City Councilman Dan Jaworski announced Monday that he will run for a second term in the May 2019 City Election.
Jaworski was elected to the city council in May 2017 after serving on the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission for two-and-a-half years.
“It has been an honor to serve the people of Highland Village,” Jaworski said in a statement. “Over the last two years, working with the mayor and my fellow council members, we’ve lowered property taxes twice, raised the tax exemption for those over age 65 and for those living with a disability.
“We were also successful in passing a bond to improve our streets and trails as well as making our parks safer and more enjoyable for our families. This council also took a leadership role in making our schools safer by adding a second School Resource Officer (SRO) to better protect and serve our four campuses.”
Jaworski also served on the Zoning Board of Adjustment for one year and as vice chairman of the city’s Fire Department Service Level Task Force in 2015 and 2016. He is a veteran of eight years of service in the United States Navy has worked in the cyber security industry for nearly 20 years.A native of Highland Village, Jaworski and his wife, Gretchen, have two children in Highland Village schools and attend Saint Phillip’s Catholic Church in Lewisville. They are the founders of The Marauder 17 Foundation, a nonprofit that awards an annual scholarship to a Marcus High School student-athlete.
“I’m confident that if re-elected to a second term, we can and will do even more to continue to keep Highland Village a desirable place to live, work and play,” he said.
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