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Collin County Judge Chris Hill to Lead North Central Council of Governments Executive Board

During the 58th Annual General Assembly at the Hust Conference Center on June 14, Collin County Judge Chris Hill was elected as the new President of the Executive Board for the North Central Council of Governments (NCTCOG) for the upcoming year. Judge Hill succeeds Corinth Mayor Bill Heidemann, who transitions to the role of Past President.

Joining Judge Hill in leadership roles are Burleson Councilmember Victoria Johnson as Vice President and Richardson Councilmember Jennifer Justice as Secretary-Treasurer. They will serve alongside other elected officers until June 2025.

Judge Hill, a graduate of Texas A&M University-Commerce with master’s degrees from the University of Texas at Dallas, Webster University, and Columbia Biblical Seminary, brings extensive experience to his new position. Before his election as Collin County Judge in 2018, Judge Hill served as a County Commissioner and has a background in executive pastoral work, corporate accounting, and financial management.

Additionally, 13 directors were elected to the NCTCOG Board, including County Judges and City Councilmembers from across the region. The Board includes representatives from Dallas, Ellis, Tarrant, and Denton counties, among others.

The Honorable State Representative Victoria Neave Criado serves as the current non-voting ex-officio member of the Board.

Departing from the Board are Wise County Judge J.D. Clark, Grand Prairie Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Jorja Clemson, Euless Mayor Linda Martin, and Past President Andrew Piel, Councilmember of Arlington.

The NCTCOG Executive Board plays a crucial role in regional planning and collaboration, addressing issues that affect communities across North Central Texas.






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