Double Oak mayor pro tem to resign

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Andrew Wills

Double Oak Mayor Pro Tem Andrew Wills has announced he will resign later this month, according to a news release from the town of Double Oak.

Wills will resign “for personal and professional reasons” on May 20 after the new council is sworn in and seated, according to the town. He has served on Town Council since 2016.

“Serving as an elected official in a small town like Double Oak requires an enormous amount of personal time,” said Double Oak Mayor Mike Donnelly. “Andrew has been a committed and dedicated public servant during his three years of service. The town could always count on Andrew to help out when asked and we will miss him.”

With one year remaining on Wills’ unexpired term, the town plans to appoint a resident to this seat. Interested residents should submit an application to be considered for the one-year appointment before the deadline of 4 p.m. May 16.

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