Three residents have filed to run in the November special election to fill the Place 2 seat on the Keller City Council held by former Mayor Pro Tem Gary Reaves.
Reaves announced last month that he was leaving the Council to pursue "significant professional opportunities."
Armin Mizani, an attorney; Frank Roszell, a real estate broker and investor; and Chris Whatley, the owner of an entertainment production company, have thrown their hats in the ring and will be on the Nov. 4 ballot.
Place 6 Councilman Rick Barnes has taken over the role of mayor pro tem that Reaves previously held.
Reaves, an attorney, said he had two career opportunities that would clash with his council responsibilities, but would serve in a limited capacity until the election.
The winner in the November election will serve until May 2015 when the Place 2 seat expires and will be up for re-election.
This report contains material from the Star-Telegram archives.