Term Being Served: 2nd Term
Term Expires: May 2020
Certified Public Accountant
Mr. Ross lived in Georgetown from 1999 to 2001 and from 2004 until today. He is a business owner, public servant and philanthropist. He is a Certified Public Accountant, President and Founder of Ross and Champion, CPAs, located in Georgetown.
Houston Baptist University – MBA – Accounting, BS – Management and Political Science
Offices Held and City Boards:
- Former Georgetown City Council Mayor Pro-Tem
- Former Member of the Georgetown City Council
- Former Vice-President of the Georgetown Economic Development Corporation
- Former Vice-President of the Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation
- Former Chairman of the Georgetown General Government and Finance Committee
- Former Chairman of the Georgetown Downtown TIRZ
- Former Member of the Georgetown Zoning Board of Adjustment
- Current Georgetown Representative on the Capitol Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
- Current Chairman of the Williams Drive TIRZ
- Current Chairman of the Downtown Georgetown TIRZ
- Current Chairman of the Rivery Park TIRZ
- Current Chairman of the South Georgetown TIRZ
Mr. Ross has lived in the Old Town section of Georgetown since 2004 with Mickie, his wife, and their cat Lillie. Mickie is the Executive Director of the Williamson Museum located on the Georgetown Square.
The Williamson Museum, Kiwanis, Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, the Downtown Georgetown Association, Southwestern University football, Eagle and Patriot sports of all types.
Maintaining top-rate police and fire services must remain a top priority.
We must guide and manage QUALITY economic development that preserves the unique charm and the fabric of our community. We need to plan for the growth we want in the future while managing the current needs of the City.
We must ensure that our community will have a sustainable and cost effective water supply for future generations. We must also continue our renewable energy strategy to stabilize supply sources and costs for Georgetown utility consumers for the next 25 years.
City tax rates must be at a level that makes it affordable for all residents of Georgetown, for today and tomorrow.
We must continue to update our comprehensive transportation plan so that it works for all of Georgetown and it meets the mobility needs of our growing population.
The goals described above are just some of the important issues of the day. This is NOT a comprehensive list. Mr. Ross pledges to work on all issues to make Georgetown the best possible place to live, work, play, raise kids and retire.
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