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Jeremy Holland took his oath of office as a City Council member at the November 10th Special Called City Council meeting. Holland grew up in Lacy Lakeview and attended school at La Vega Independent School District until Junior High, when his family moved to China Spring. He went on to graduate from China Spring High School. After graduation, Holland attended Texas State Technical College (TSTC) where he earned an Associate’s of Arts Degree in Telecom and in Networking. He is currently working on his Bachelor’s Degree in Education at Baylor University where he has also served as an employee for the last 20 years. Holland began his career with Baylor in the Information Technology Services department, but now works in the Department of Public Safety.
Initially moving to Robinson to be closer to work, Holland ended up meeting his wife, Rachel, a former Rocket, who had dreams of having two kids and a miniature farm in Robinson. He is proud to say, “we have gone on to fulfill this dream with our two young children, Carson and Reese.” The Holland farm consists of miniature cows, alpacas, cats, dogs, a potbellied pig, a miniature horse, and chickens.
Jeremy was not only encouraged by his wife, an active community member, to apply for the open position on City Council but was also inspired by two role models he had growing up. “My grandfather was the mayor of Bellmead, Director of the Methodist Home, and pastor at Bellmead Baptist Church. My father was a principal at La Vega, China Spring, and Lorena Independent School District’s and was very involved with school boards, coaching, and serving on various committees,” states Holland. Holland followed with, “I was able to witness the positive impact from their dedication and leadership and pray I can do the same for this great community.”
When asked why he was happy to join City Council, Holland answered with, “I am happy to join the Robinson City Council and work alongside the other members. My goal is to help make decisions that support the positive changes that our town needs”.
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