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Lubbock Councilman Victor Hernandez Elected to Texas Municipal League Board of Directors

City of Lubbock

A Lubbock City Councilman will serve on a statewide board of directors.

District One Councilman Victor Hernandez has been elected to the Texas Municipal League Board of Directors, at TML’s 100th Annual Conference and Exhibition.

Hernandez was chosen to be the Association of Hispanic Municipal Officials representative, a Texas Municipal League affiliate on Thursday.

Hernandez is a past president of AHMO, and has served on the TML board previously as well. There are around 2,500 Hispanic municipal officials in Texas.

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