Langenberg, who was first elected commissioner in 2016, is seeking re-election. According to his candidate application, he has lived within ESD 9’s boundaries for 35 years and is employed as a fire chief.
According to Gordon’s candidate application, she has lived within ESD 9’s boundaries for nearly 12 years and is employed as Cy-Fair ISD’s director of marketing and business relations.
According to McDugle’s candidate application, he has lived within ESD 9’s boundaries for just over six years and is employed as a firefighter.
The two candidates with the most votes this May will win seats on the board of commissioners. The ESD has five total commissioners who serve four-year terms. The seats currently occupied by Tommy Balez, Scott DeBoer and Jessica Rivas will be up for election in May 2022. Bob Janusaitis, who was first elected commissioner in 2012, is not running for re-election.
Funded by local property taxes at $0.598 per $100 valuation, ESD 9 supports fire and ambulance services in the Cy-Fair area. Learn more about the ESD at www.hcesd9.org.
The deadline for candidates to file to run in the ESD election was Feb. 14.