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City Councilor - Daniel Holbrook

Name:
Daniel Holbrook

Length of time in office:
4 months

How long have you lived in Dayton?
2 1/2 years

Where were you born?
Arizona

Educational Background:
Master of City and Regional Planning from the University of Memphis Bachelor of Arts with an emphasis in Geography University of Memphis

Career Background:
I started my career serving in the United States Navy during the Persian Gulf War. I then transitioned after completing my graduate education to city planning and management. I am now working in economic development for Business Oregon; I manage the state's industrial and employment lands programs.

What do you love most about Dayton?
The history of the town truly comes to life thru Dayton's town square, historic buildings and spaces. What I love most about Dayton is its residents. Having lived and traveled all across this great country, I have seen many places and met many people over the years, but Dayton has always been the most welcoming of all.

Do you have a particular area or passion regarding your work on the City Council?
I am passionate about seeing Dayton's downtown be successful. Whether it is redevelopment of existing spaces, new development of vacant lots, or welcoming new businesses to old spaces, I will strive to keep Dayton's charm.

Who inspires you to be better?
Both of my parents taught me by living their lives with passion and always learning that service above self is the most noble cause. I live my life to serve the public and to find those moments of connecting with those around me at personal level.

What is the last adventure you went on?
Last Sunday, I road the Monster Cookie bike ride from the state capital to Champoeg State Park. Every day is a new day for me.

If you were given 10 million dollars to spend on Dayton, how would you spend it?
With $10 million dollars, I would rebuild the pedestrian bridge over the river and upgrade Dayton's Landing "riverfront" park. We have such an amazing asset that could be more accessible for all of us.

Councilor Holbrook was elected to serve a 4-year term that will expire 12/31/2022, and can be reached via email here

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