DCTA’S board of di­rec­tors wel­comes new mem­bers

The Dallas Morning News - - North Texas - Den­ton Record-chron­i­cle

The cities of Flower Mound and High­land Vil­lage each ap­pointed a rep­re­sen­ta­tive to the Den­ton County Trans­porta­tion Author­ity board of di­rec­tors ear­lier this year.

Dianne Costa, the for­mer mayor of High­land Vil­lage, was ap­pointed to the post to rep­re­sent High­land Vil­lage. Mark Miller, vice pres­i­dent of Hill­wood Prop­er­ties, was ap­pointed to rep­re­sent Flower Mound.

DCTA is gov­erned by a 14-mem­ber board that rep­re­sents the county’s large and small cities, or serve at-large. Each mem­ber serves a two-year term. The board sets agency pol­icy and adopts the an­nual bud­get. DCTA is pri­mar­ily funded by sales tax rev­enue col­lected in Den­ton, High­land Vil­lage and Lewisville.

More in­for­ma­tion is at dcta.net.

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