This letter is being written in support of David Hill seeking another term as a Councilman for Waxahachie City Council. David has been a very productive and active member of the Council during his current membership.
Fortunately, there are people in our world who have dedicated their lives to serve the people in their community and thereby making a difference in this world at large.If one looks carefully at David's life, you readily see that he was destined to be a leader whose motto is 'serve to lead.'
As a member of the City Council, he has been a leader in promoting a well-planned growth for our beautiful city. The evidence is clear when you see the construction of new Hotels, apartment buildings, retail stores, and restaurants. City streets are being upgraded and resurfaced, a new High school has just been completed, and so has a much needed Police Station.
To accommodate the significant growth of our city, hundreds of new homes are being built, and the City Council is planning new water and sewer treatment facilities. For these efforts, Davids experience as the owner of a very successful construction company is extremely helpful.
David serves as the Council's liaison to the planning and zoning commissions. In fact, he serves on numerous other commissions and committees such as Parks and Recreation, Cemetery, Fireman's Retirement Fund, as well as participating in our Viaduct program and the I-35 expansion. The list goes on.
His mission in life is to serve this community, his family and of course his church. He has been married to his beautiful, talented and socially active wife Mickie for 43 years. They are both active in charitable work in the community. He and I are members of the Waxahachie Rotary Club where he is a past President of the Club. During his tenure as Club President, he led us with quiet dignity and professionalism. The Club undertakes numerous charitable tasks in the city and organizes fundraisers to underwrite these efforts. David's understated leadership made these efforts joyful and successful.
He wants the City of Waxahachie to thrive and to do so with some passion, some style and always looking to the future. I am proud to call David my friend and will be casting my vote on his behalf. I respectfully urge all my friends, acquaintances and residents of Waxahachie at large to vote for this dignified, decent, honest, hardworking and God-fearing man.
Joginder S Bhore, Waxahachie