Mayor & Town Council


• 7:00 p.m., 2nd and 4th Monday of each month
• Stallings Government Center, 321 Stallings Road, Stallings, NC 28104​

Stallings Town Council Priorities and Strategies

Mayor and Council 


Mayor Wyatt DunnMayor Wyatt Dunn 
I am a Charlotte native and have lived in Stallings for 27 years.  I have served on the town council since 2005, 8 years as a councilman and I'm serving my third term as your Mayor.  I graduated from Independence High School in Mint Hill and Appalachian State with a degree in Community and Regional Planning.  I married my high school sweetheart, Terri, and have 3 children, Matthew, Tyler and Allie. I also have 3 grandchildren, Keegan, Sloan and Mac. I've been a member of First Baptist Indian Trail Church for 27 years and a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.  My proudest moment as a member of Stallings town council was the two tax decreases passed.  Thank you for your support"

District 1

Council Member Graham Hall
After graduating from high school in Beaufort, SC, Graham attended Wake Forest University. While at Wake, Graham wrote for the university newspaper, served on the ethics council and was elected to student government. Graham later earned his J.D. from the University of South Carolina School of Law. After graduating, Graham worked as a financial risk consultant and audit leader in Charlotte, where he met his wife. After working as an assistant district attorney in Georgia, Graham and his wife made the decision to move back to North Carolina in 2019. Prior to being elected to Stallings Town Council, Graham served on the Public Safety Advisory Committee. Graham is proud to represent District 1 and serve the people of Stallings.

Committees: Community; Stormwater.

District 2

Mayor Pro Tempore David Scholl 
Member of Council since 2015

Stallings Vision

Always striving to provide town services efficiently and effectively.
Big picture strategic planning is very important to the “right” growth of Stallings.
Worked with state and county leaders to get attention and prioritization for town issues.(Roads, Fire Services, Hotel tax, infrastructure funding, and others).
Amended our local development ordinance to create more walkable activity centers.
Completed the town’s first Economic Development strategy with a goal of balancing commercial and residential growth. The towns’ tax base is heavily residential.
Member of the subcommittee for the Atrium Hospital development, which is the largest private investment in Union County. 
Met face to face with property owners to lay groundwork for a mixed-use town center around our town hall and municipal park.
Authorized sidewalk repairs and approved a new prioritization system to identify and repair dangerous sidewalks.
Strengthened our post-construction stormwater controls to help prevent flooding, and currently working to resolve backyard flooding issues throughout Stallings.
Pushed for and adopted a new prioritization process for repaving neighborhood streets to save money and improve the condition of our roads.
David earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Miami University, and a Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology with a Certificate in Performance Improvement from East Carolina University.  Currently, he is a technology consultant specializing in online learning.
Past Civic
In 2008-2012, David was a member of the Union County School Board.  On the UCPS Board he co-chaired the Strategic Planning and Technology Committee, and served on the Finance Committee and Technology Council.  For six years, he served on the NC State Advisory Board overseeing the NC Virtual Public School and the NC School Board Association’s Legislative Committee.
Prior to his service on the School Board, David was very active in both school and community committees. He is presently entering his 19th season as a golf coach, Currently he is the varsity boys and girls coach at Porter Ridge High School. David resides in Stallings, NC with his wife of 40 years,.  They raised two daughters:   The Scholls regularly attend Matthews United Methodist Church.

Committees: Economic Development; Techonology; Transportation.

District 3

Council Member Taylor-Rae Drake 

Committees: Community Committee


District 4

Council Member Laurie Wojtowicz
"I was born and raised in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, which is situated in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains of western Massachusetts.  I was a Dental Technician in the US Navy, stationed in Newport, Rhode Island, then spent 8 years in Connecticut where I received my BS in Geography with a specialization in Planning from Southern Connecticut University.  In between raising my children, Seth, Ben, and Sarah, I moved to upstate New York, where I started my career as Director of Planning, and later, Director of Development in Poughkeepsie, New York.  I loved my very diverse job and retired after 25 years of service.

We moved to Stallings as our grandchildren are nearby and my husband Jim is the Finance Director for Indian Trail.  We now have 10 grandchildren, who, of course are the "Crowning glory of our lives." (Proverbs 17:6).

I love to volunteer and have taught GriefShare classes, NAMI classes, bible studies, and have served on various boards, such as Planning Board, and various HOA boards."

Committees: Planning Board, Historical Committee

District 5 

Council Member Steven Ayers 
"Shortly after graduating with a Computer Science degree from Clemson University in 1995 (Go Tigers!), I moved to Charlotte to pursue my career in technology. My wife, Michele, and I made Stallings our home in 1998 and welcomed our son, Thomas, in 2003. I’ve enjoyed nearly two decades of working for Bank of America in various roles. Outside of work, I can often be found running audio/visuals at First Baptist Church of Matthews, volunteering with the local animal rescue groups and wrenching on my vintage automobiles."  

Committees:Stormwater; Technology.

District 6

Council Member Brad Richardson
From 1999 to 2014, Brad supported Charlotte’s economic development priorities, serving in various roles under five different Charlotte Mayors and four City Managers. As head of economic development for the City of Charlotte, he worked in the areas of public policy and municipal finance to recruit businesses to the area, redevelop emerging business districts and create public-private partnerships. In 2014, he joined Stifel Nicolaus & Company, a full-service brokerage and investment banking firm, to help families and business owners make good financial decisions. Brad is a native of Union County, graduated from Sun Valley High School and was a Morehead Scholar at UNC-Chapel Hill. He has been married to Jennifer for 25 years, and now has two sons in college and one in high school.

Committees: Economic Development; Transportation.

Overview & Purpose

The Town of Stallings shall have the Council‑Manager form of government and the administration thereof shall be provided in Part 2, Article 7 of Chapter 160A‑147 of the North Carolina General Statutes. The Council shall consist of six (6) members, not including the Mayor. The Town of Stallings shall therefore be divided into six (6) single‑member electoral districts. Council members shall be apportioned to these districts so that each member represents the same number of persons as nearly as possible. Candidates shall reside in and represent the districts according to the apportionment plan adopted by the Town Council, but all the qualified voters of the Town shall elect all candidates. (Am. Ord. passed 4‑5‑2001; Am. Ord. passed 5‑13‑2002)​​​

Sec. 4. The Mayor shall be elected by the qualified voters of the town for a term of four years, and shall be entitled to vote on matters before the Council only if necessary to break a tie. (Am. Ord. passed 4‑11‑77; Am. Ord. passed 8-2005)​​

Sec. 5. The municipal elections shall be nonpartisan and decided by a simple plurality, and shall be held and conducted by the county board of elections in accordance with the applicable provisions of Chapter 163 of the General Statutes. At each biennial election thereafter, the number of Council positions to be filled at such election shall be filled for terms of four years.​

Rules of Procedure​

Town Council Rules of Procedure