Michael Hesse, a former three-term Farmersville City Council member, has agreed to lead a citizen’s effort to campaign on behalf of a home rule charter measure that Farmersville voters will decide on next May.
The city council voted on Oct. 12 to put the measure to a citywide vote on May 7, 2022. State law prohibits the city from spending public money or using any publicly owned venue to campaign on behalf of an issue. So, Hesse, a manufacturer’s sales representative, and a former public school educator, has stepped up to lead that effort.
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