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Executive Director

Phone: (419) ***-****  
Wapakoneta Chamber of Commerce
30 East Auglaize Street
Wapakoneta , Ohio 45895
United States

Company Description: The Wapakoneta Area Chamber of Commerce is the voice of area business. Through partnerships with local governments, organizations and agencies, the chamber promotes...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Wapakoneta High School
  • bachelor's degree , education
    Miami University
  • master's degree , education
    Wright State University
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Web References
Southern Ohio Chamber of Commerce, 21 Dec 2013 [cached]
Chief Executive: Dan Graf
Staff & Board, 2 Dec 2012 [cached]
Dan Graf
Executive Director
Will County Clerk, 15 Mar 2015 [cached]
Daniel K. Graf Commissioner of Streets & Public Improvements
"This is excellent news for the ..., 22 July 2010 [cached]
"This is excellent news for the city since East Auglaize Street was in our planning for streets to be reconstructed and to know that we have received a grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation is even more exciting news," 4th Ward Councilor Dan Graf, who chairs the Streets, Alleys and Sidewalks Committee, said. "Since it is a major thoroughfare into the downtown business district it falls into line with the city's comprehensive plan to create a more viable downtown district and to do that you have to have more attractive and viable ways to travel to downtown Wapakoneta." He said reconstruction of a street typically is followed by residents along that street improving their properties as they take further advantage of their property values increasing. Councilor-at-large Tom Finkelmeier Jr., a member of the Streets, Alleys and Sidewalks Committee, said he is encouraged by the announcement because it continues the city's work to separate sanitary sewer from stormwater sewer lines. "This should help alleviate pressure on our CSOs (combined sewer overflows) and the strain on the Wapakoneta Wastewater Treatment Plant which should help us hit our numbers on the long-term control plan," said Finkelmeier Jr., who also serves on council's Utilities Committee. "This may help us avoid a phase in the plan and reduce the size of the equilization basin which may reduce the amount needed to be collected through sanitary sewer and stormwater sewer fees on residents' utility bills. "Anytime we can get state dollars to separate sanitary sewer and stormwater sewer lines then we welcome those funds," he said.
uring council's Dec. 6 meeting, ..., 18 Nov 2010 [cached]
uring council's Dec. 6 meeting, Wapakoneta 4th Ward Councilor Dan Graf, who serves as chair of the Streets, Alleys and Sidewalks Committee, is expected to request legislation be drafted by city administrators for councilors consideration. "We made very few changes to the proposed sidewalk policy," Graf told the Wapakoneta Daily News after Wednesday's committee meeting. "We made some clarifications - as we stated at the previous meeting and during the hearings, this meeting was to work on amending and clarifying the policy only - and now it is ready to present to council at the next council meeting." Graf provided fellow councilors with a draft of the proposed sidewalk policy at the Nov. 1 meeting for their review. He did not officially present the document so that legislation could be crafted.
Graf said the policy to be presented to council went through a thorough review and committee members took much time in developing the proposed measure. "I thought the process in crafting this legislation went well," Graf said. "When you think about the whole process, people in the community had the chance to be involved at the very beginning with the comprehensive plan and all the meetings they had, the open sessions they had, the open sessions we've had, the times we met as a committee and the hearings we held as well as the availability of councilors to talk after meetings. "I think residents need to remember we have a responsibility to the entire city," he said. "While we appreciate individual comments and suggestions and how the policy will affect individual property owners, our sworn duty as councilors is to all the residents of the city and to help ensure their safe passage throughout the city." Graf said he expects more discussion when presented at the Dec. 6 council meeting and residents will likely voice their opinions on the matter. If councilors seek a commission to review the document and provide more residential input, Graf said he would concede despite the number of opportunities the public had to provide input but his concession would include a caveat. "This is a citywide policy and if council wants a commission to provide further input then it should include participation of residents from each of the wards and from all areas of the city," Graf said.
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