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BOB HIGL E Y FOR WEST U CIT Y COUNCIL “Bob Higley is a person of great character who has deep-rooted experience in West U that will serve us well on City Council. Bob will be a strong taxpayer advocate for our West U homeowners and will keep the concerns of West U families at the center of policy conversations.” Gwen Emmett, First Lady of Harris County and West University Place Resident BOB HIGLEY ELECTION DAY Saturday, May 6 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Bob Higley Paid Political Ad by Bob Higley Campaign. BOB HIGLEY for West U City Council Keeping Our Families at the Center of Our Conversation Bob with his granddaughters Laura and Bob Higley Laura and Bob participate in the West U Home Tour, a tradition that is a wonderful financial support to West U Elementary School PTO. Bob and Laura fought to keep West U Elementary in West U when they first moved to the city over 40 years ago. As a Council Member, Bob promises to keep up his fight for the strong relationship West U Elementary has with the city benefitting students and many of our city’s families. Bob’s Council Priorities Advance West U Elementary Agenda Maximize Space Available Constant Revenue Rates Safety, Safety, Safety “ We have known Bob for 40 years, back to law school, all through professional careers, a long time. Bob is one of the most engaging, caring people when it comes to the citizenry of this town. He gets why people want to live here - from our senior citizens to our babies. He is a very good friend and I’m thrilled he’s running. I encourage your vote for Bob Higley for City Council.” Sarah Ballanfant Laura and Bob Higley have been married for 46 years, lived in West University for 44 years and have two grown children and three grandchildren Life Member - Sentinel Club, supporting West U Police and Fire Charter Member of the West University Rotary Current Member, West University Zoning and Planning Commission Former Chair, Charter Review Commission Served under 3 chairs on Zoning and Planning Commission Army Veteran University of Texas, B.A, MBA South Texas College of Law, J.D. What Block Walking Taught Me Reduce Impact of Traffic on City as We Grow and Evolve Emphasize Infrastructure of Our Beautiful City Manage Our Parking Demand Safety Reduce Flooding Keep the Small Town Feel...An Oasis To Come Home To


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