Nevada League of Cities And Municipalities Announces 2022 Executive Board
January 4, 2022
Jan. 4, 2022, For Immediate Release:
Contact: Wesley Harper, firstname.lastname@example.org, 702-817-5718
City Of Las Vegas Councilman Cedric Crear Will Serve As Board President And Carson City Mayor Lori Bagwell Will Be Vice President
Las Vegas City Councilman Cedric Crear has been elected to serve as president of the 2022 Nevada League of Cities and Municipalities Executive Board.
Councilman Crear is joined on the board by:
- Mayor Lori Bagwell of Carson City, Vice President;
- Trustee John Sheridan of Gardnerville Ranchos GID, Secretary Treasurer;
- Councilman Kristopher Dahir of the City of Sparks, Past President;
- Councilwoman Michelle Romero of the City of Henderson, At Large, Large Cities;
- Mayor Reece Keener of the City of Elko, At Large, Medium Cities; and
- Councilwoman Kathy Durham of the City of West Wendover, At Large, Small Cities
“I am honored to be chosen to lead the Nevada League of Cities and Municipalities, and look to continue the organization’s mission of assisting governmental agencies to better serve the residents of our great state,” Councilman Crear said. “These are unprecedented times but I know that if we work together we can continue to improve the quality of life for all Nevadans.”
For more information about Councilman Crear and visit https://www.lasvegasnevada.gov/Ward-5.
“The Nevada League of Cities and Municipalities has been an important voice representing the municipalities of this great State,” Mayor Bagwell said. “I look forward to working with President Crear, my fellow Executive Board Members, and the Board of Directors to advance the priorities of Nevada’s cities.”
The Nevada League of Cities and Municipalities is a professional association that serves as the state’s primary champion of local government. As a statewide vehicle for collaboration, the League promotes positive and continuous community development through public policy formulation, advocacy, shared data and timely communication. Through analysis, education, planning and influential legislative representation, the League provides a potent central voice for all communities as they build a vibrant, sustainable and exceptional future for the residents of Nevada.
The League was originally incorporated as the Nevada Municipal Association on Oct. 30, 1959, with 16 member cities. Today the League includes 24 members.