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Arkansas Municipal League Elects New Officers at 83rd Convention (Joe Smith)

The Arkansas Municipal League at its 83rd Convention has elected a new slate of officers for the 2017-2018 year. North Little Rock Mayor Joe Smith was elected first vice president. Smith has served on the Executive Committee from 2014-2015 and 2016 to the present, as District 2 vice president in 2015-2016, and on the Large First Class Cities Advisory Council from 2012-2014.

            Other officers elected for 2017-2018 include Springdale Mayor Doug Sprouse, president; Mountain Home Mayor Joe Dillard, District 1 vice president; North Little Rock Alderman Debi Ross, District 2 vice president; Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan, District 3 vice president; and Lamar Mayor Larry Boen, District 4 vice president.

            More than 1,300 city and town leaders from across Arkansas attended the 83rd Convention, where they adopted the League’s agenda for the upcoming year.

            The Arkansas Municipal League is a service and advocacy organization for the municipalities of Arkansas. The League offers its programs and services to all 500 cities and towns in the state and was created in 1934 to assist cities with information and representation in the public affairs of our state and nation. To find out more, please visit www.arml.org.


DATE, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Don Zimmerman, Executive Director

Whitnee V. Bullerwell, Communications Director

Arkansas Municipal League, 501-374-3484

www.arml.org

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