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December 20
Municipal Court
City of Oak Leaf Municipal Court is held the third Thursday of each month as needed.


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December 25
Christmas Holidays
City Hall will be closed December 25 & 26 for the Christmas holidays. Have a safe and enjoyable time with family and friends!

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December 26
Christmas Holidays
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Place 3



Joyce Liptak
City Council Member, Place 3

Joyce Liptak was elected to City Council on May 11, 2013.

She was born and raised in Moon Run, Pennsylvania. She married her husband, Richard, in 1966 and moved to Houston in 1976. Then in August of 1987, they moved to Oak Leaf and have three children and four grandchildren.

Since 1965, Joyce worked in industry handling various financial matters for Brockway Motor Trucks and then U.S. Steel.Β  In the late 1970’s, she started a small bookkeeping business called Systematic Business Records, which continues to grow.

She has served on the Cedar Valley and Dallas County Community College Accounting Advisory Committees for 5 years. She is a member of the National Association of Enrolled Agents, on the Board of Directors at Texas Telcom Credit Union and will complete training as an NTPI (National Tax Practice Institute) Fellow this year. In addition, she has acted as an Election Judge for the City of Oak Leaf and Ellis County Elections for many years.

Her priorities are God, family and country.Β  She believes the United States of America is an exceptional country because of the Constitution, the limited government and free market principles it embodies.Β  She is one of the original coordinators of the Ellis County Tea Party and believes the Tea Party is a true non-partisan, small government voice for the people, The People’s Lobby. Β She will be taking her Oak Leaf Oath of Office seriously and continue to support and defend the Constitution of the United States while serving as a Citizen Legislator.