Marty Southard was elected mayor in April 2015 and was re-elected in 2018. He works as a school social worker for the local high school. He enjoys helping students to develop and accomplish their goals and spending time with his family.
Councilmember Kalee Smith is a lifelong resident of Louisburg and currently teaches 5th grade at Broadmoor Elementary, in Louisburg. She enjoys spending time with her family and volunteering in the community. Ms. Smith is the Council liaison to Finance and the Fox Hall and Cemetery board. Ms. Smith was appointed to Council in January 2017 and was elected to her first full term in November 2019.
Councilmember Donna Cook, elected to the Council in November 2019, is a lifelong Louisburg resident and currently owns Rabbit Creek Tasteful Gourmet in Louisburg. She enjoys gardening and creating metal and wooden yard art for her yard. Ms. Cook also volunteers her time for the many organizations she belongs to both locally and nationally. She loves spending time with her family and friends. Councilmember Cook is the liaison to Park & Tree Board and the Public Utility Authority.
Councilmember Sandy Harris Jr. was elected to office in November 2018 and began his term January 2019. He is the Council liaison to Planning Commission, Building & Zoning Appeals and Public Improvements. Councilmember Harris came to Louisburg in 2004 and served as pastor to First Christian Church before retiring from full-time ministry in 2017. He supports various causes as volunteer. He previously served on the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission. Seeing the community grow and assisting the city’s government to become increasingly able to serve all who live here is his aim by serving on the City Council.
Councilman Kevin Vohs was elected to office in November 2020 and began his term in January 2021. Kevin is a native of Louisburg and the youngest of seven children. Kevin, a Pharmacist, and his wife Cassi own and operate Vohs Pharmacy, a local family-owned business.
Kevin has three children, Konnor, Myles and Ellisyn and enjoys watching and coaching all of their sports. He is proud to be Louisburg’s hometown pharmacist and is excited to serve on the city council.
He is the council liaison to Public Works & Streets and the Louisburg Recreation Commission.
Councilman Steve Town was re-elected in November 2020. He serves as the Council liaison to Public Safety. Mr. Town is an active volunteer within the local Fire Department and school. He is a retired engineering technician.