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Tom Hanafan

Mayor

Council Bluffs Chamber of Commerce

HQ Phone:  (712) 325-1000

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Council Bluffs Chamber of Commerce

149 W Broadway

Council Bluffs, Iowa,51503

United States

Company Description

For 90 years, the Council Bluffs Area Chamber of Commerce has been dedicated to the community and to the profitability of its members. The success of this annual event is attributed to the support and participation of the Chamber's 700-plus members. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President

City of Council Bluffs


Affiliations

Metropolitan Area Planning Agency

Board Member


Keep Iowa Beautiful

Board Member


United Way of the Midlands

Board of Director and Leadership Roles


Children's Square U.S.A

Board Member


Iowa Public Agency Investment Trust

Board of Trustees Member


The Missouri River Pedestrian Bridge Naming Committee

Founder


Education

Thomas Jefferson High School


Thomas Jefferson High School , Council Bluffs


bachelor's degree

History and Government

University of South Dakota


Web References(59 Total References)


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Tom Hanafan
Former Mayor of Council Bluffs


www.keepiowabeautiful.com [cached]

Tom Hanafan | Board Member
thanafan@cox.net Tom Hanafan served 22 years as the Mayor of Council Bluffs and was the past president of the Iowa League of Cities. He graduated in 1965 from Thomas Jefferson High School, Council Bluffs, and attended the University of South Dakota where he received a Bachelor's Degree in History and Government in 1969. Hanafan was elected as the full time Mayor of Council Bluffs in January 1988. Previously he was elected to the City Council in January 1982 and served Council Bluffs in that role through 1985 when he was first elected to serve the city as Mayor. With a long history of civic activities and community service, Tom has served board of director and leadership roles for the United Way of the Midlands, Metropolitan Area Planning Agency, Iowa West Racing Association, Rotary Club, Service League, Economic Development Corporation, Educational Development Committee, YMCA and others. Tom has been recognized for several awards over the years including Community Leader Award, Human Services Advisory council, (1989) Community Achievement Award, Toastmaster's International, (1989) the Heritage Award, the Jason Award, Children's Square USA, (1990). He is also included in the Omaha Softball Association Hall of Fame, (1993), the League of Iowa Municipalities Hall of Fame, (1999) the TJ Hall of Fame and the Omaha Old Timer's Baseball Hall of Fame.


www.backtotheriver.org

Fahey and Council Bluffs Mayor Tom Hanafan hailed the bridge Thursday as an economic catalyst, an architectural statement and a vital link as the two mayors stood in front of large pictures of the suspension bridge with its 200-foot towers.
Fahey and Hanafan said the completed bridge will win over doubters and be an important architectural addition to the riverfront. Hanafan said the bridge will be an economic development tool for all of us.


www.backtotheriver.org

Bluffs Mayor Tom Hanafan believes the bridge will lead to similar development on the Iowa side of the river.
Hanafan said a nature park is planned between the riverbank and the levee.


www.backtotheriver.org

Fahey and Council Bluffs Mayor Tom Hanafan said today that the completed bridge will win over doubters and be an important architectural addition to the riverfront.
Hanafan said the bridge will be an economic development tool for all of us. Bicycle enthusiasts predict the bridge will be an attraction for bicyclists from all over the world, Hanafan said. Hanafan said the Bluffs is counting on the bridge to stimulate the kind of development along the Iowa riverfront that has occurred in Nebraska. In 1997, Hanafan stood with then-Mayor Hal Daub and then-U.S. At that time, Hanafan said, the Asarco battery plant stood where Ricks Caf Boatyard now is, the old Union Pacific shops lay vacant and a junkyard greeted travelers coming from Eppley Airfield to downtown Omaha.


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