Dr. Shelley Sekula-Gibbs Files for Re-Election

Dr. Shelley Sekula-Gibbs has an excellent track record of conservative values and works diligently to Keep The Woodlands Wonderful. She has officially begun her re-election campaign.

Dr. Shelley Sekula-Gibbs Files for Re-Election
for The Woodlands Township Board Director, Position 5 

THE WOODLANDS, TX – This week, Dr. Shelley Sekula-Gibbs officially filed for re-election for The Woodland Township. 

Serving my community as a resident advocate on the Township Board has been a privilege and a blessing,” said Dr. Shelley Sekula-Gibbs. After two successful terms, I have the institutional knowledge and passion to continue fighting for the priorities of the residents of The Woodlands.” 

Sekula-Gibbs went on, The Woodlands is nationally recognized for its sterling quality of life, which I have fought to preserve for the past four years. From persuading the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to modify their SH 242 plans that would have resulted in greater cut-through traffic and noise pollution, to reducing the Township’s property tax rate to an historic low, to working with residents of Capstone to avoid building unwanted restrooms in their neighborhood park, we have been implementing life-changing measures. But we are not done yet.” 

“The Woodlands residents deserve dedicated board directors who are ready to defend our neighborhoods. We have undertaken actions to help seniors and the disabled by increasing the homestead exemption to $100,000 and giving all homeowners a new 2.5% exemption. We have protected families and their home values by increasing funding for law enforcement. And, we have solved pond issues that are a result of Texas’ prolonged dry weather. I am proud of all we have accomplished, and I am humbly seeking to serve again,” said Sekula-Gibbs. 

After a successful career as a practicing dermatologist, Dr. Shelley Sekula-Gibbs is still active in the community as a local Red Cross Shelter volunteer, master of ceremonies of the national 40 Days for Life Gala in The Woodlands, and board director of Texas Tourette Syndrome Association.