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  • Daniel T. Brown - Sixth District
    2318 Dillon Street
    Knoxville, TN  37915
    Home: 865-637-7553

    Daniel Brown was selected as the Interim Mayor for the City of Knoxville from Jan. 2011 thru Dec. 2011 when Mayor Bill Haslam resigned to become Governor of the State of Tennessee

  • Native Knoxvillian
  • Graduate of Austin High School
  • Graduate of Tennessee State University with a B. S. in History
  • Daniel T. BrownRetired from the U. S. Postal Service
  • Honorable Discharge from the U. S. Army – Vietnam Veteran
  • Member of Dandridge Ave. Neighborhood Association
  • Member of NAACP
  • Member of Beck Cultural Exchange Center, Inc.
  • Member of First A. M. E. Zion Church
  • Past Member Knox County Board of Zoning Appeals

  • Daniel T. Brown new City Council memberDaniel T. Brown was sworn in on January 10, 2011 as the interim Mayor of the City of Knoxville.

    Daniel T. Brown was elected mayor by his fellow City Council members to serve out the unexpired term of former Mayor Bill Haslam who resigned to become the Governor of Tennessee.
    Daniel T. Brown new City Council memberDaniel T. Brown was sworn in on December 19, 2009 as the Councilman for the Sixth District.










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