Meet the New City Council
Mayor Mary Lib Saleh - Term expires: May 2008
Mayor Saleh has served on the City Council since 1989 and has served as Mayor since 1993. Saleh represents Euless in many organizations: Texas Municipal League, National League of Cities, U.S. Conference of Mayors, Northeast Leadership Forum, Tarrant County Mayor's Council, Texas Health Resources, Tarrant Regional Transportation Council, HEB Chamber of Commerce, North Texas Commission, the HEB Harris Methodist Hospital Board, the North Central Texas Council of Governments, Euless Development Corporation Board and the Crime Control and Prevention District Board. Her hobbies include reading, traveling and flower arranging.
Place 2, Mayor Pro Tem Leon Hogg - Term expires: May 2008
Mayor Pro Tem Leon Hogg has served on the City Council since 1996 and was Mayor Pro Tem in 2000. He currently serves on the Animal Shelter Advisory Board and the HEB Economic Development Foundation. He was inducted into the HEB Sports Hall of Fame in 2003. He is involved in various community and civic affairs. He is a graduate of the inaugural class of the Euless Citizens Fire Academy and graduated from the 12th class of the Euless Citizens Police Academy. In addition, he is a charter member of the Euless Citizens Fire Academy Alumni Association. He represents Euless in the National League of Cities, and he enjoys gardening, fishing and golfing.
Place 1, Tim Stinneford - Term expires: May 2010
Council Member Stinneford is a newly elected member of the City Council. Stinneford previously served on the Zoning Board of Adjustment. He is a member of the of the Citizen's Police Academy Alumni Association, Citizen's On Patrol, Citizen's Fire Academy Alumni Association and an inaugural member of the Citizen's Emergency Response Team. In his leisure time, he enjoys reading, movies and playing as much golf as possible. In 2006 he received the Presidential Bronze Volunteer Service Award for volunteering at least 100 hours. Tim and his wife Faye have been married for 28 years. They have one daughter, Julie and one grandson, Dylan.
Place 3, Linda Martin - Term expires: May 2010
Council Member Martin was elected to the Euless City Council in 2004. She moved to Euless from California in 1984. She retired from American Airlines in 2003 after 35 years of employment. She is a member of the Euless Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association and was a charter member of the Citizens Fire Academy, as well as a founding member of the Citizens Fire Academy Alumni Association and is a graduate of the Citizen's Emergency Response Team. She represents the Council on the H.E.B. Teen Court Advisory Board. Her primary hobbies are traveling, reading and learning new things.
Place 4, Charlie Miller - Term expires: May 2008
Council Member Miller has served on the City Council since 1993. Miller is the president of the Southwest Assurance Group, a subsidiary of the K&S Group where he sits on the Board of Directors. He serves on the Euless Crime Control and Prevention District Board, the Euless Development Corporation Board and is the Council liaison to the Grapevine/Colleyville ISD as well as a member of the HEB Rotary Club. He enjoys basketball, baseball, jogging and golf.
Place 5, Glenn Porterfield - Term expires: May 2009
Council Member Porterfield has served on the City Council since 1999. He is a member of the Euless Crime Control and Prevention District Board, and is a past president of the HEB ISD Education Foundation. Porterfield is a member of the HEB Rotary Club, the Euless Library Foundation, and is a past member of the DFW International Airport Board of Directors. He is a retired banker and enjoys playing golf.
Place 6, Perry Bynum - Term expires: May 2009
Council Member Perry Bynum was recently elected to the Euless City Council. Bynum is the Emergency Management Coordinator and Emergency Medical Services Coordinator in Haltom City. He previously served on the Euless Planning and Zoning Commission, the Zoning Board of Adjustment and Citizens Corps Council. Bynum has served as the Euless Athletic Association Commissioner as well as President for the Trinity High School Baseball Booster Club. Bynum and his wife Lisa have two children, Josh and Lacey. He enjoys baseball, golf and spending time with his family.