Keller City Council recently called a special election to fill Councilman Ray Brown’s unexpired Place 1 seat.Brown, who served on the city’s Planning & Zoning Commission for about six years before being elected to council in May 2007, resigned effective Feb. 19 citing health and family issues."I have learned so much from him over the years and I’ve always admired him," Mayor Pat McGrail said. Brown has lived in Keller since 1976. During his tenure, Keller City Council reached a number of goals including the building of Fire Station No. 4, the renovation of the Keller Public Library, the expansions of North Tarrant Parkway and Rufe Snow Drive and the forging of collaborations with neighboring cities in the areas of public safety, animal control and municipal court services. "I’ve had the privilege of working with fantastic fellow council members who had nothing but the best interests of the citizens of Keller as a whole at heart and I’m proud to have been part of it," Brown said. "Residents wanting to run for the Place 1 seat must file paperwork with the city by March 11.As of Feb. 21, only one resident, Bob Hill, had filed an application. Hill is retired and has lived in Keller for 22 years.Also open in Keller, City Council seats Place 3, currently held by Mayor Pro Tem Tom Cawthra and Place 4, held by Bill Dodge. Both incumbents have filed for re-election.Cawthra, elected to the council in May 2008, has a career in marketing and has been a Keller resident for 12 years.Dodge, elected in May 2012, is a builder who has lived in Keller for 12 years.In Haslet, the mayor's seat and Place 2 and Place 4 are up for grabs. Currently the mayor's seat is held by Bob Golden. Mitch Hill holds Place 2 and Harold Willliams is now in the Place 4 seat. All three incumbents have filed for re-election.Golden is retired and has lived in the city for 15 years. Hill is a network engineer who has lived in the city for eight years. Williams, a stock broker, has lived in Haslet for 11 years.The one seat up in Trophy Club is Place 5, now held by Mayor Pro Tem Glenn Strother, who has filed for re-election. Stother, an executive, has lived in the town for 15 years.In Westlake, seats will expire for council members David Levitan, Carol Langdon, Rick Rennhack and Michael Barrett. At press time, Barrett was the only person to file an application.Barrett, senior vice president of business development for a financial company, has lived in Westlake for three years.