TYLER, Texas (KETK) — Stuart Hene beat Greg Grubb for District 1 on the Tyler City Council. Hene had 766 votes and Grubb had 233.
Hene has practiced law for 11 years. He is co-founder and partner of the law firm Tarry & Hene. He also is president of Prestige Energy Consultants, an oil and gas consulting firm.
He has served on Tyler’s Civil Service Commission and Parks and Recreation Committee.
On his website, Hene said if he elected he would work to ensure conservative balanced growth, promote infrastructure improvements and support health and safety measures.
Specifically he said he:
- supports a continuation of the Half Cent Pay-As-You-Go Program.
- supports projects that improve wastewater, water, sewage, streets and traffic flow to keep up with the growth in his district.
- and supports police and first responders.
Grubb emphasized his decades-long experience in business and nonprofits, including as director of People Attempting to Help, which is better known as PATH.
He has owned and served as a president of an oil and gas company, worked on residential development projects and has served on the Neighborhood Revitalization Board.
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