Building stronger communities
Daniel Elliott has been working hard to increase economic development opportunities and improve local infrastructure in his community. He has been working steadily at building up communities in his home of Morgan County . From his early support of I-69 along the Highway 37 route to his work on bringing a waste water treatment plant to Waverly, Daniel Elliott has planned and worked towards a stronger economic future for the residents of his community.
As president of the Morgan County Redevelopment Commission, Daniel Elliott led in the work to keep the Eagle Valley Power Plant in Morgan County. This work paved the way to provide over $1,000,000 in improvements to the Historical Old Town Waverly Park. It also provided for a new waste water treatment facility in Waverly – providing a new economic development opportunity for the area, as well as, giving the residents of Waverly access to an affordable sanitation. This includes Waverly Elementary, whose sceptic system is failing and at its end of life.
As a County Councilman, Daniel Elliott voted to provide EMS Service to all of Morgan County. Now even the rural areas of Morgan County have access to Advanced Life Support ambulance services. Daniel also led the way to support a new pay matrix for Morgan County law enforcement. Thereby allowing us to retain more of our deputies and giving a more stable pay structure to the men and women, who put their lives on the line for our community…all while lowering taxes in Morgan County.
As a member of the Morgan County Data Board, Daniel utilized his extensive Information Technology background to help modernize Morgan County’s aging email system. Under Daniel’s guidance, Morgan County moved to a cloud based system which helped improve security, capability and upgradability of Morgan County’s email system. He also built out the County’s website and created the county’s first Intranet. Daniel has utilized his professional expertise as an IT consultant to help Morgan County more effectively use technology to provide better services to Morgan County residents.