The Highland Village Community Development Corporation is composed of seven members, with at least three members of the board of directors being persons who are not City employees, officers, or members of City Council (Citizen Member). The remaining four members of the board of directors may be City employees, officers, or members of the City Council (City Representative).
Dale Butler, Citizen Member
Mike Lombardo, City Representative
Council Place 3
Elisabeth Mechem, Citizen Member
Melinda Camp, Citizen Member
Barbara Fleming, City Representative Council Place 4
Tom Heslep, City Representative
Council Place 5
Charlotte Wilcox, City Representative
The Highland Village Community Development Corporation is organized exclusively for the public purposes authorized under the provisions of Section 4B of the Development Corporation Act of 1979, Tex. Rev. Civ. Stat. Ann. Art. 5190.6, as amended (the Development Corporation Act) and may issue bonds on behalf of the City of Highland Village.
The Highland Village Community Development Corporation is authorized to study and fund the permissible projects prescribed in the Development Corporation Act and to provide for the promotion and development of the projects authorized in the election approving the Section 4B sales tax, specifically, the Inland Trail Public Park Master Plan Project and the Soccer Complex Amateur Sports Facility, and related water, wastewater, drainage, roads, and transportation facilities, and for the maintenance and operational costs of these projects.