Mayor Kenneth Fulk took his oath of office during the Allen City Council meeting on November 24, becoming Allen’s tenth mayor.
He is the first mayor elected to office in Allen following Mayor Stephen Terrell’s 23-year tenure.
Mayor has previous experience as an Allen City Council member and Mayor Pro Tem, and service on the City’s Planning and Zoning Commission and Economic Development Corporation. He has also held various volunteer positions with other groups including Boy Scouts, First United Methodist Church of Allen, Rotary and the Allen Independent School District.
He was elected November 3 to replace Mayor Debbie Stout, who was appointed in March when longtime Allen Mayor Stephen Terrell vacated office to run for county commissioner. Though her term was initially expected to last only nine weeks, Mayor Stout led the City of Allen for eight months after the State of Texas postponed the May 2 election.
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