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New California Representatives Serving on National League of Cities Board

December 3, 2012

On Dec. 1, the National League of Cities (NLC) announced it had elected its 2013 leadership including three new board members from California.

 

Marie Lopez Rogers, mayor, Avondale, Arizona will serve as the 2013 NLC president, Chris Coleman, mayor, St. Paul, Minnesota will serve as the first vice president and Ralph Becker, mayor, Salt Lake City, Utah will serve as second vice president.

In addition NLC also selected 19 new board members during its Congress of Cities Conference including three new California representatives:

  • Mountain View Council Member and League Immediate Past President Mike Kasperzak;
  • Carson City Treasurer Karen Avilla; and
  • Cathedral City Council Member Greg Pettis.

This is the first time both Kasperzak and Avilla have served on the NLC board. They will serve two-year terms, while this is Pettis’ second two-year term on the board. Murrieta Council Member Randon Lane will also continue to serve on the NLC board for the duration of his term – one more year.

To read the full NLC press release, please visit its website.



 
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