Here is the Facebook recording from the Mayoral and City Council discussions last night at the Logan Library. The audio is not the best but works okay with headphones or in a quiet room. Here is the Herald Journal article as well.
Logan City's employees are not just "the government." They help our citizens with big and small tasks to improve our lives. Just ask Officer Kristian Johnson, who made People magazine online recently with his serenade of an elderly woman. As Mayor, I will continue the tradition that no problem is too small to assist our … Continue reading Aug 3: Logan City Employees
I wanted to let you know the city has scheduled a public meeting for input on the Town Center zone, i.e. downtown development, on Tuesday, August 8 at 5:30 PM - 7 PM at City Hall. You are invited to attend and we would welcome your participation. Members of both the City Council and the … Continue reading Aug 2: Downtown Logan Planning
The tour of Utah today is another great event for downtown Logan that brings revenue into our economy and helps market Logan as a great tourist destination. Tourism is a great "clean" industry!
We are so fortunate to have a great arts scene here in Logan. I enjoyed Pirates of Penzance with my niece! Come see the Festival Opera this summer, and CacheArts will soon announce their 2017-18 national touring season for the Eccles Theatre. Watch for a lot of great shows. In January 2018 it will be … Continue reading July 31: Logan Arts
The Herald Journal asked the candidates several questions ahead of the August 3rd debate. Here are my responses. I look forward to the discussion!
Incubating and attracting higher-paying, high-technology jobs with the support of other organizations in Logan will be a focus if I'm elected. Logan is a wonderful place for innovation and technology companies that have grown over the years. Logan is always willing to help our existing businesses and works to attract new companies through partnerships between … Continue reading July 28: High Technology Jobs
I really appreciate all the of the letters of support to the Herald Journal. Thank you! July 22: "Impress With Mayoral Candidate Daines" July 19: "Elect Holly Daines Mayor of Logan" July 15: "Daines A Clear Choice" July 11: "Daines Receptiveness Won Over This Voter" July 5: "Daines for Mayor"
Serving on the Logan City Council has given me insight and experience into how effective partnerships, our highly educated workforce, and our natural amenities can bring new high tech jobs to Logan. A good example is the recent announcement that Electric Power Systems, a battery technology company, is bringing their headquarters to Logan, which will … Continue reading July 26: Attracting New Businesses
Economic development and new jobs in Logan are very important to me. Last Monday I attended the local launch of the 25K Jobs Initiative (25,000 jobs in 25 rural Utah counties) with Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox. This is a state-wide effort that partners with local Chambers of Commerce, cities, counties and private organizations. Logan has … Continue reading July 24: 25K Jobs Initiative