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City Council Members
Terrance Freeman, President
At-Large - Group 1
June 24, 2021, Councilman Freeman was sworn in as Jacksonville City Council’s Vice President
Terrance Freeman’s father was an Army veteran and Baptist minister and his mother was a career social worker. Together, they modeled what a selfless leader looks like, and Terrance has carried their example with him all of his life.
After a successful professional baseball career, he earned bachelors and master’s degrees in physical education and sports psychology and started work on his Doctoral Degree.
Mr. Freeman has always believed that helping our young people succeed is a tremendous calling, and he spent over ten years as a teacher, a school administrator, and coach.
He was the Political Affairs Manager for the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce and then served as Executive Council Assistant for City Council Member Aaron Bowman.
In 2016 Mr. Freeman ran a very competitive, but ultimately unsuccessful, race for the House District 12 seat in the Florida Legislature, gaining name recognition in the community as an up-and-coming young political leader.
His reputation for civic involvement led to his appointment by Governor Rick Scott to fill the seat of a City Council member in 2018, and then he was elected to a full term in his own right in the spring of 2019 as an at-large council member representing all the citizens of Jacksonville.
2021 elected by city council as Vice President
2022 elected by city council as Presdient
A hard worker and student of government, in his short time on the Council Mr. Freeman has been the primary sponsor of legislation to extend an Inter-local Agreement continuing the City’s participation in the First Coast Workforce Development Consortium.
Introduced legislation honoring the legacy of community activist Gary Lee Mills, Sr. with an Honorary Street Designation.
Appropriated $350,000 to purchase playground equipment for Lonnie Miller Regional Park; and to authorize an agreement for management of the City’s Moncrief Community Center by 100 Black Men of Jacksonville, Inc. and the I'm A Star Foundation. The 100 Stars 1
STEM Center built in Northwest Jacksonville.
Introduced legislation JSEB Innovation
PSG Micro Grant Program
Apprenticeship Department (first in the State)
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