Anthony Maroulis has announced his re-election bid for the District C seat on the Missouri City City Council.
Missouri City’s general election is on Nov. 7.
His constituents know him as someone who is dedicated to doing what is best for the residents and businesses in the city. He has served on the Livable Community Committee, Economic Development Committee, and the Development and Infrastructure Committee. Maroulis has long-standing partnerships with homeowner associations in District C and has helped residents coordinate National Night Out block parties communitywide in support of He is also very engaged in local business, focusing on building relationships with their owners, and creating a positive environment for these businesses to thrive.
“In my two years on council, I have had the honor of partnering with local business owners and have fostered a strong partnership. A few examples are the Pecan Plaza shopping center, the collaboration of the WIDE School future expansion, Vishala Grocery, Capone’s and more,” he said.
Maroulis said he will continue to focus on economic development, calling it a key issue for him and for council. In the fiscal year 2017 budget, council approved $90,000 for an economic development study that will be implemented in 2018 and creates a five-year economic development plan.
Beyond his role in council chambers, he’s active in the community. In partnership with FBISD, he was the first to take part in the “Random Act of Cardness,” which recognizes school staff members. He is a mentor at a FBISD school and together with MCFD was a guest safety patrol guard at a local elementary. He’s dedicated hours to projects for non-profits in the area and to help citizens get engaged in local policy and listening to their suggestions and complaints.