“Huntersville is my home. I love this town, its people and its proud history. I am honored to serve Huntersville as a Town Commissioner and I’m excited to continue working to ensure Huntersville’s future is as bright as its past.” — Dan
|Hopefully you know a little bit about me — and that’s how you found my website — but I’ll give you a brief background to complete the picture. I’m Dan Boone and I am a 22-year resident of Huntersville, father of two, retired businessman and a Huntersville Town Commissioner.
It is an honor to currently serve Huntersville as a Town Commissioner, and prior to that as the Vice Chair of both the Huntersville Planning Board and the Huntersville Board of Adjustment. In my role as Town Commissioner, I also serve on the Huntersville Ordinances Advisory Board and as the Town’s Public Safety Liaison to the Fire and Police Departments, providing me an exceptional understanding of the town and the issues facing it. Beyond these government roles, I am also passionate about preserving the history of our town, serving as a board member and Treasurer of the Olde Huntersville Historical Society, Chairperson for the restoration of the Arts and Cultural Center in Huntersville, and on the Committee to Restore the Historic Huntersville Jail.
Additionally, I regularly volunteer with the Huntersville Police Department, North Mecklenburg Crime Stoppers, Angels and Sparrows, and I am an active member of St. Mark’s Catholic Church.
In my professional life, I worked for over 30 years in the retail food industry with Kraft Foods, including 10 years of extensive management. My business background, combined with my involvement throughout the community have uniquely prepared me to serve our town. In all my work around Huntersville, I am always excited by the opportunities to develop relationships with all of our citizens and would be honored to serve as your commissioner for a third term.