Corinth Mayor Takes the Helm as President of NTCOG Executive Board

Bill Heidemann succeeds Arlington council member Andrew Piel, who was elected to the one-year term in June 2022. Piel will continue to serve on the NCTCOG board as past president.

Corinth Mayor Bill Heidemann has been elected president of the North Central Texas Council of Government’s 18-member executive board and will preside over it for the next year.

Heidemann succeeds Arlington council member Andrew Piel, who was elected to the one-year term in June 2022. Piel will continue to serve on the NCTCOG board as past president, the agency said.

Collin County Judge Chris Hill is the vice president and Burleson council member Victoria Johnson will be secretary-treasurer. The officers will serve their positions through June 2024.

Heidemann is a retired business manager and is employed by DATCU, a full-service financial institution serving Denton, Cooke, Wise, Montague, Collin, Dallas, Tarrant, Jack, Parker, Grayson and Clay counties in Texas.

He acknowledged 2022-2023 members who rotated off the executive board, including Past President and former Rockwall County Judge David Sweet, Terrell Mayor Rick Carmona, Lancaster Mayor Clyde Hairston, and former Mayor Pro Tem of Richardson Janet DePuy. He also welcomed four new members to the 2023-2024 executive board: city of Arlington council member Bowie Hogg, city of Richardson council member Jennifer Justice, city of Ennis council member Kameron Raburn, and Aledo Mayor Nick Stanley.

Directors returning to the Board include Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, Tarrant County Judge Tim O’Hare, City of Dallas Councilmember Cara Mendelsohn, City of Fort Worth Councilmember Carlos Flores, Denton County Commissioner Bobbie Mitchell, City of Grand Prairie Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Jorja Clemson, Wise County Judge J.D. Clark, City of Euless Mayor Linda Martin, and Ellis County Judge Todd Little.

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