• Glenn Hunter

  • Info

    Name: Glenn J .Hunter

    Phone: (386) 288-1242

    Email: glennjhunter@gmail.com

    Position: Chairman of the Board

    Committees: As Chairman serves on all committees

    Started on the Board: 2007

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  • About Me:

    I currently serve as the Economic Development Director for the Board of County Commissioners. I have worked with the City of Lake City, Board of County Commissioners, for the past 50 years. I served as School Board Member for Columbia County for 24 years.
    While working with the TREPO Board I had the opportunity to work with the Hodor family to dedicate Hodor Park and move the original family's summer AFrame Cottage to the site for the official future office complex. Worked with committees to clean upfront entrance and placed rocks and landscaping to create a welcoming appeal to the TREPO neighborhood. Our committees have created the TREPO logo and Park location addresses. Working groups have focused attention on security for Parks and are now working with adjacent property owners to ensure the integrity of their properties.
    Going forward, I plan to work with the TREPO board members to create a positive community environment for property owners and members to enjoy the woods, rivers, and their neighbors. I am looking forward to the days when we will be able to restore the Ichetucknee and Santa Fe Rivers to the quality of what I remember as a child swimming at the head Springs in the late 1950s.


  • Education:

    Graduate of the University of Florida 1976

    Chemistry Degree

    Graduate of the University of  Florida 1977

    Parks and Recreation Degree

  • Accomplishments:

    Grateful that I had the opportunity to work with great teams to build the Lake City Sports Complex, Columbia High School Football Sports Complex, Fort White High School, Fort White High School Sports Complex, Fort White Community Sports Complex, Fort White Train Depot, and Caboose. As Parks Director for Lake City, started the First Girls Club for Columbia County, Also, worked with City/County governments to transfer the former Richardson School site complex to start Richardson Community Center.
    I am thankful to be working with TREPO board members who are dedicated to making their neighborhood safe, clean, respectful of others, and focused to meet the needs of our members.