Highland Village City Council places 3 and 5 up for election on May 1
Incumbent and Mayor Pro Tem Mike Lombardo will be facing off against newcomer Andrew Crawford for Place 3, while incumbent Tom Heslep will face off against challenger Jason Bates for Place 5. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Highland Village City Council has two seats on the ballot in the May 1 election.
Incumbent and Mayor Pro Tem Mike Lombardo will be facing off against newcomer Andrew Crawford for Place 3. Incumbent Tom Heslep will face off against challenger Jason Bates for Place 5. Lombardo has been on council since 2014. Heslep was elected to council in 2019.
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