Historical Commission Task Force


Shall meet at least quarterly at a Town facility that can accommodate the public.  

Agendas and Minutes

Agendas are posted online, and on the Town Hall notice board, at least 72 hour prior to the meeting. Minutes will also be posted online.

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The Task Force shall consist of seven (7) members appointed by a majority vote of the Town Council in accordance with established procedures.

  1. Members shall be designated as place numbers one through seven.
  2. The terms of office for all members shall be for two years, ending September 30, 2024.
  3. Members shall be a resident citizen and qualified voter of the town, at the time of appointment.
  4. Other qualifications for membership shall include persons who are generally interested in the preservation of Flower Mound history and have the time to devote to this service.
  5. Members shall serve at the pleasure of the Town Council and may be removed before their terms of office expire.
  6. Members shall serve without compensation.

Jacquelyn Narrell, Place 1, ChairJacque Narrell

Mark Glover, Place 2
Mark Glover

Adam Shear, Place 3
Adam Shear

Marsha Gavitt, Place 4
Marsha Gavitt

Cynthia Clark, Place 5
Cindy Clark

Kathy Blair, Place 6, Secretary
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Terra Klarich, Place 7Terra Klarich


The Historical Commission Task Force (HCTF) was created in August 2022 (Resolution 09-22) to explore and evaluate options and opportunities that would be beneficial to the Town in preserving its heritage. The purpose of the HCTF is to recommend a plan of action to the Town Council in the interest of preserving the Town’s history.

Powers, Duties, and Procedures

 The Task Force shall act in an advisory capacity to the Town Council and with the following duties and responsibilities:

  1. Conduct a needs assessment by identifying historical places, artifacts, people, and events of importance that shaped the history of Flower Mound.
  2. Hold at least two public input sessions for the purpose of gauging community interest and gathering public feedback on the topic of historical preservation.
  3. Identify and understand the structure and differences between a Town appointed Historical Commission versus a stand-alone 501(C)(3) Historical Society.
  4. Assess whether the Town would be best served by having a Historical Commission or a stand-alone 501(C)(3) Historical Society, or a completely different approach.
  5. Prepare and submit a recommendation to the Town Council on or before October 1, 2024, regarding any Task Force approved approaches or methods for preserving the Town’s history, including possible duties and responsibilities, or possible budget allocations.
  6. The Chair shall present recommendations as decided by the Task Force to the Town Council for consideration, with an in person update on or before October 2023.
  7. The Task Force shall determine its own rules of procedure.

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Contact Us

Click on this email HCTF@flower-mound.com  to provide comments to board members about current or future agenda items. Board members are unable to reply to your message(s) due to Open Meetings regulations. In addition, correspondence received two hours prior to the meeting start time may not be read as board members are preparing for the meeting.

Please note your correspondence is considered public information, however, your email, or other information deemed confidential by law, would not be disclosed.

The Town Secretary shall serve as the staff point of contact for the purpose of posting meeting agendas and minutes, as well as making room reservations at Town facilities.

For additional information or questions, contact  Theresa Scott, 972.874.6076.