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Philip D'Amico for Fairview Town Council - Seat 5

Election Date: Saturday, May 4th, 2019 - early voting begins Apr 22nd
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Keeping it Country

Fairview is a community of residents who want to enjoy Fairview’s natural rolling terrain with an abundance of natural creeks lined with native oaks and pecans. Residents moved here because they wanted to live in a country atmosphere hence, Fairview’s motto "Keeping it Country."

Fresh leadership with innovative ideas that will foster progress!

Philip has been a resident in Allen and Fairview for 10 +years . He and his wife, Tammy, live in The Domain on a beautiful large lot where they built their new home. They have two children their daughter, who is 31, and son, who is 18 and will be off to UNT next fall. Philip works in the hospitality business and is originally from New Orleans, but has also lived in Alabama, Florida and Nevada. In Nevada, Philip was Vice President of Sales for the Convention and Visitors Bureau and worked very closely with the city council and the mayor’s office to bring conventions to Reno /Tahoe. He gained vast knowledge on how cities spent taxpayer’s money frivolously. Philip will oversee our town budget and separate our NEEDS from the WANTS. 

Philip recently organized The Domain residents and attended town council meetings and CRG meetings to bring attention to the problems regarding serious drainage issues near fire station #1.


Fairview is unique, a small town of approximately 9300 residents. Our citizen base is affluent, and businesses want to locate here to take advantage of our community purchasing power and the accessible location of 75 north and Hwy 121. Fairview has three neighboring cities with the infrastructure to accommodate the business that are selected to serve our community. We do not need to overdevelop and overpopulate our town. The ongoing 380 Agreement prevents us from benefiting or collecting sales tax revenue to assist in paying for the needs of our growing commercial district. 

  • Interested in finding new ways to curb overspending in the town of Fairview. However, when spending is necessary, he will make sure our tax dollars are spent in a responsible and transparent way.
  • Advocate for fiscal responsibility and transparency in Fairview leadership!
  • Understands the importance of the McKinney ISD and Lovejoy ISD schools and how this affects our property values. Fairview could benefit from a new McKinney ISD school located in Fairview.
  • Fairview Residents should not be burdened with rising property taxes to accommodate developer needs.

Support Philip

  • Host a reception in your neighborhood for Philip
  • Volunteer to walk door-to-door in your neighborhood
  • Volunteer to attend events and visit people to make sure they know about Philip
  • Contribute or volunteer to solicit contributions

Early voting begins Apr 22nd
Election is May 4th, 2019


Cell: 469-236-0042