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NLC officers for the year 1992.

Commissioner Glenda E. Hood of Orlando, Fla. was elected president of the National League of Cities for the year 1992 at the annual business meeting of the 68th Congress of Cities.

Mayor Donald M. Fraser of Minneapolis, Minn. was elected NLC First Vice President.

Mayor Sharpe James of Newark, N.J. was elected NLC Second Vice President.

Board of Directors

Elected to the Board of Directors for two-year terms--1992-1994--were 16 elected officials and four state municipal league directors, and for one-year terms--1992-1993--three elected officials and one state municipal director.

Two-year terms:

Joseph Adams, Councilmember, University City, Missouri

Victor Ashe, Mayor, Knoxville, Tennessee

Kenneth Bullock, Executive Director, Utah League of Cities and Towns

Jon C. Burrell, Executive Director, Maryland Municipal League

William Burney, Jr., Mayor, Augusta, Maine

Pat Castillo, Mayor, Sunnyvale, California

Peso Chavez, Councilmember, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Chalres Hazama, Mayor, Rochester, Minnesota

William Jarocki, Executive Director, Association of Idaho Cities

Christopher G. Lockwood, Executive Director, Maine Municipal League

Gary McCaleb, Mayor, Abilene, Texas

Meyera Oberndorf, Mayor, Virginia Beach, Virginia

Judith Olson, Councilmember, Madison, Wisconsin

Sandra Pickett, Mayor Pro Tempore, Liberty, Texas

Daniel Tabor, Councilmember, Inglewood, California

Paul Thornton, Councilmember, Vienna, West Virginia

Doris Ward, Supervisor, San Francisco, California

Wellington Webb, Mayor, Denver, Colorado

Alice Wolf, Mayor, Cambridge, Mssachussets

Robert Young, Jr., Mayor, Henderson, North Carolina

One-year term

Lawrence J. Kelly, Mayor, Daytona Beach, Florida (one-year term)

Gary Markenson, Executive Director, Missouri Municipal League

William F. Stallworth, Councilman, Biloxi, Mississippi

Martin Gipson, Alderman, North Little Rock, Arkansas

Immediate Past President Cathy Reynolds was chairperson of the NLC Nominating Committee.
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Title Annotation:National League of Cities
Publication:Nation's Cities Weekly
Date:Dec 16, 1991
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