Dallas’ Leadership Has Changed a Lot Since the Start of Business on Monday

June 23, 2015

Mike Miles
Mike Miles has been DISD’s superintendent since 2012. (Photo via Flickr)

Dallas County residents have seen a lot of changes at the top in the last 24 hours. Let’s review them in chronological order.

Highland Park ISD: The Board of Trustees officially hired Tom Trigg as the district’s new superintendent after a state-mandated waiting period of 21 days.

Highland Park: The Town Council promoted Rick Pyle to the position of director of public safety, replacing the late Chris Vinson. He’ll officially be sworn in as the town’s top cop and firefighter on July 13.

Dallas: Six newly elected members of the City Council, including new representatives for Lakewood and Lake Highlands, took their oath of office.

Dallas ISD: Superintendent Mike Miles announced his resignation, bringing his tumultuous tenure to an end after three years.

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