Occupation: Retired computer administrator
Occupational Background: Worked for Oregon's land use agency (DLCD) in citizen involvement, forest land planning and computer administration 1976-2005; New York City Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Government 1972-1975; Peace Corps Volunteer Sri Lanka 1967-1969; tsunami relief work in Sri Lanka for three months in 2005.
Educational Background: Masters of Public Administration, Syracuse University 1972; Bachelor of Science, Oregon State University 1967; North Eugene High School 1963.
Prior Governmental Experience: Salem-Keizer Transit Board, 1999-present, Board President 1999-2005; Salem River Crossing Oversight Committee; SKATS Policy Committee; Salem Revenue Committee; Southeast Salem (SESNA) and Morningside Neighborhood Associations.
I have been a neighborhood activist for most of my 30 years in Salem. City government must be responsible and responsive to the diversity of voices in our community. I will build on openness, inclusiveness and fairness to bring our city together.
"I whole-heartedly support Lloyd's candidacy. He has
the expertise, intelligence, and integrity to lead this
community forward with thoughtful, innovative
leadership. He is a man who walks his talk."
- Jennifer Carley, RN, MS, PMHNP
Salem's growth is best served by enhancing our livability and quality of life. We must protect our natural resources and invest in independent local businesses and neighborhoods. We must assure that our infrastructure (streets, parks, water and sewer) is adequate before approving developments that could overwhelm that infrastructure. Let's work together to make every part of Salem the exciting and welcoming city it can be for this and future generations.
"I enthusiastically support Lloyd Chapman. Lloyd's perspective on sustainability and livability has too often been missing from city discussions and policies." Jon Yoder, Science Educator
When facing economic challenges we need to look for efficiencies and innovative ways of providing services. I will work to provide our growing population with the streets, safety, parks and other essential services we all rely on.
ENDORSED BY THE OREGON LEAGUE
OF CONSERVATION VOTERS
Elect Lloyd Chapman Mayor
(This information furnished by Lloyd Chapman for Mayor.)