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the City Council. The City of Davis operates under a Council-Manager form of government, with five councilmembers elected by district. Members of the City Council serve 4-year terms and are considered part-time employees. Compensation for councilmembers is defined by California Government Code section and Davis Municipal Code section 2. Beginning with the November election, the City of Davis will be transitioning to electing councilmembers by district.
You can learn more by visiting the District Elections. Elected "at large" before transition to district elections, resides in City Council District 4.
She has a long history of advocacy in the Davis community starting with disability advocacy and participation in many school and community organization boards and is a founder of the Davis Phoenix Coalition which promotes community inclusion. In addition to managing a small business with her son with a disability, Gloria is active in raising her grandson.
He is a leading regional voice for smart growth, multi-modal transportation, public safety, economic development and environmental sustainability. With fifteen years of experience working in the halls of the State Capitol, Lucas currently works as Associate Director of State Policy for The Nature Conservancy, where he is responsible for advocating on behalf of the environment before the California State Legislature and numerous state agencies.
He received a B. They enjoy the antics of their frisky pup, Berryessa. Will is a lifelong Davis resident and was first elected to the Davis City Council in Juneand re-elected in November He has been politically active in Davis for many years, managing several local and regional campaigns, and working as the District Representative for State Senator Lois Wolk.
Elected "at large" before transition to district elections, resides in City Council District 1. At the time he retired as deputy legislative analyst inDan was responsible for budget and policy analysis work by that office relating to health, social services, criminal justice, transportation, general government, energy, and environmental programs. Josh Chapman was born and raised in Maine. Upon graduation he moved to Washington D. Chapman moved to San Francisco in to pursue his Master of Education degree, with a focus on equity and social justice, from San Francisco State University.
During his time in San Francisco Chapman was a teacher for a non-profit organization that served students with severe mental and emotional disabilities. Chapman served on the Davis Downtown Business Association Board of Directors and was the President of that board for three consecutive years and most recently served on the Downtown Plan Advisory Committee.
As a father of two school-aged children Chapman volunteers in numerous capacities as a youth sports coach as well as spends volunteer hours at Davis california wife. Montgomery Elementary School.
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