Clint Smith was born and raised in Draper, Utah. He was the middle child of five kids, with a brother and sister on either side of him. Clint was raised on a farm, learning very early the value of hard work from his father and grand-father. He was fortunate to live and work surrounded by family and open fields. During that time, Clint also learned the importance of community and an individuals responsibility to their community, from his father who has given over 20 years of service to Draper City.
After serving a 2 year mission for the LDS Church, Clint quickly started down his career path obtaining his EMT certification and volunteering for Draper City on the ambulance and fire department. In January 1996, Clint was hired full-time by Salt Lake County Fire Department/Unified Fire Authority. He has worked up through the ranks working as a Firefighter, Paramedic, Captain and Battalion Chief. His current assignment is Operations Battalion Chief in the Southwest Area covering Herriman, Riverton, Camp Williams and Eagle Mountain.
Clint married his beautiful wife Tangie in April 1997. They soon began looking for the place that they would call home. A place for them to plant their feet and raise a family. From the beginning of their search, they were drawn to Herriman and built a home there in 1998, in the residential development. After nearly 15 years in Herriman they have watched the City grow into the desired family community that it is today. As a part of that family community, Clint and Tangie have three beautiful children, big sister Kennady and twins Hadley and Kiptyn that are the joy of their life.
Clint has been actively engaged in Herriman City for many years serving for the past three years on the Planning Commission. He is looking forward to the opportunity to serve as Mayor for the next 4 months and work with the other members of Council to identify the top priorities of the City and to lay a firm foundation for the newly elected Mayor to take office in January.
Mike Day was born and raised in Modesto, California. He moved to Utah to attend Weber State University, where he completed a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychology. He has been employed with the Church Educational System since 1993 and he has loved teaching seminary and institute. Mike’s current assignment is local, teaching students at Riverton High School. Mike also obtained a Master’s Degree in Education Curriculum & Instruction and has been an Adjunct Instructor for Salt Lake Community College.
Mike and his wife Sonia have four sons. They have lived in Herriman since 1998 and hope to be lifelong residents of this great community. Mike feels that one of his strengths is his ability to listen to the concerns of Herriman residents and be an instrument to carry out their vision for the future. He will respond to your concerns and represent your views on the City Council. He has a great appreciation for the effort that went into making Herriman what it is today, and is honored to be a member of the City Council.
Mike is committed to transparency and accessiblity for constituents to be informed about his city council actions. The following are ways to interact with Mike Day:
Matt Robinson is a native of southern Utah, born and raised in Parowan. Matt credits much of the good in his life to the great family and neighbors that were part of his upbringing in this great town. Matt was raised in a family of eight children with parents that taught them to contribute to community service and government.
Following a two year church mission, Matt attended Utah State University in Logan where he completed a Bachelors of Science degree in History and a Masters Degree in Instructional Design & Technology. While pursuing his education, Matt met Gail Allen from Tremonton, Utah. After a little convincing, she decided he was the guy she wanted to marry. They are the parents of a son and a daughter: David, who keeps them busy (and happy) with soccer, school and scouting and Claire who is a precious toddler.
Matt has worked in business for the past fifteen years in consulting, human resources, and IT. Matt worked with a Salt Lake based management and leadership consulting firm while obtaining his masters degree and then moved to Ohio to work with a global accounting and consulting firm. In 2000, he moved back to Utah and into Herriman when he accepted a position with an international technology firm. He has enjoyed the opportunities for his career while in Utah.
The Robinson’s love Herriman – the people and community – and are proud to call Herriman “home”. Matt believes that a good leader needs to listen and work to achieve what will best serve the needs of our growing community. Herriman has a rich heritage and is a great place to live and raise a family. Matt is committed to serving and working towards an exciting future. Matt and his family are honored by the trust of serving on the City Council.
Matt’s first four years on the Council have been filled with great and challenging experiences. From fires, to continued growth and economic development, to representing Herriman in the county and state, and to working with residents on their local needs and concerns, Matt brings rational, balanced, and conservative leadership to the City Council.
Craig was born and raised in South Jordan, Utah. He graduated from Bingham High School. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from American Inter-Continental University and is currently employed by the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office.
Craig and his wife, Alicia, moved to Herriman February, 2005, because it is the best place to raise a family. Craig has a great passion for public service and enjoys his various church callings. However, his true passion in life is his family. He has been married to Alicia for 6 years and they now have three boys, 5, 4, and 1. It is for them and their future that he has chosen to be on the council for Herriman City; ensuring our great family oriented quality of life goes on for many generations to come.
Coralee was elected to the Herriman City Council with a term beginning January 2012. Coralee and her husband Corey moved with their children to Herriman in 2003, recognizing it to be a wonderful place to raise their family. They own and operate Aspen Hills Mortgage, LLC, based in Herriman. Prior to election, she served the city in many volunteer capacities including co-chair of the Healthy Herriman committee and as a volunteer grant-writer supporting emergency management and arts programs. She proposed and created the city’s social media outreach and video streaming for city council meetings in an effort to provide additional opportunities for the city to be accessible to residents. She served as the volunteer chair of the Be Ready Herriman committee since 2007; she developed an emergency drill program, recruited and trained CERT teams and was honored for the volunteer operations during the Herriman Fire. Coralee served in various PTA and PTO positions and as Secretary/Treasurer on the former Rose Creek Owners Association. In addition to community involvement, Coralee’s interests include camping and traveling with her family, playing board games, reading and baking.
During her service in the City Council, Coralee will support policies which encourage development and infrastructure completion, keep the city an attractive and family-friendly place to live and fund our city’s maintenance and growth in a fiscally responsible way. She believes in accessibility and encourages you to contact her at any time with your questions or suggestions.