Scott LeMay, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem and City Council District 7, was elected to his first term on May 11, 2013.
Scott and his wife, Tiffany, have three daughters: Caitlyn and twins, Morgan and Reagan. Scott designs layouts for Container Stores across the nation.
The LeMays moved to Garland in 2001. They chose Garland because they wanted an established neighborhood with quiet streets and trees that were taller than the houses. The LeMays moved into the Camelot neighborhood and became involved in the Camelot Neighborhood Association. Scott served on the Camelot board beginning in 2006 and stepped down to run for City Council. Tiffany still serves on the neighborhood board.
Scott’s neighborhood service inspired him to get involved with city government. He was appointed to the 2007 Charter Review Committee and to the Garland Plan Commission from 2007 to 2013. His goals are to increase public awareness of and participation in city government. He feels it’s his duty to encourage and foster future leaders in Garland.
Scott enjoys family time and activities. His favorite pastime is classic and antique cars and regularly frequents swap meets and auctions. But he yields to his wife’s rule that if he buys parts, they must go to a car he owns, not one he plans to own.