For Immediate Release: March 30, 2017 


Holly Hubbard Daines, currently in her eighth year as a member of the Logan Municipal Council, will file to run for Mayor of Logan in the 2017 election. Her council seat will be open, with a new council member to be elected in November 2017 as well.

The filing period for candidates is June 1- June 7, 2017. The primary election (if needed) is August 15, 2017 and the general election is November 7, 2017.

Daines was elected to Logan City’s Municipal Council in 2009, and has served on many city committees and boards including the Economic Development Committee, Parks & Recreation Committee, Water & Sewer Board, Light & Power Advisory Board, Downtown Alliance, Renewable Energy Board, Library Board and the Audit Committee.   She also serves on the Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization (CMPO) Board, the County Trails Committee and the CacheArts Board of Trustees.

Daines said, “The City of Logan is a well-managed operation with excellent staff that serves its citizens well.   I understand the budget, upcoming plans and projects, and have experience with the decisions and challenges that will face the city in the next four years. I would welcome the opportunity to serve as Mayor if elected.”

Holly Hubbard Daines grew up in Cache Valley, attended Logan High School, graduated magna cum laude from Utah State University and received a graduate degree in Arts Administration from the University of Utah. She worked for arts organizations in Salt Lake and New York City, returning to Logan with her husband Peter in 1989. Prior to her election to the Council, she volunteered extensively with local schools, served on the Cliffside Parks Committee, the Dean’s Advancement Council for USU’s College of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences, and is a Founding trustee of the Capitol Arts Alliance.




Mayor press release

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