Loveridge Announces 2010 Committee, Council and Panel Leaders

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Loveridge Announces 2010 Committee, Council and Panel Leaders


NLC President Ronald O. Loveridge, mayor, Riverside, Calif., has announced that work has begun with his committee, council and panel leaders, and he is eager to ramp up that work during the Congressional city Conference, (March 13-17) in Washington, D.C.

"NLC's strength lies in its members and their involvement to advance the organization's mission, especially advocating for municipal priorities on Capitol Hill and in their home towns," said Loveridge. "Committee, council and panel chairs and vice chairs, along with the elected leaders of the NLC constituency groups, play a key role in making the NLC's legislative priorities count. This is an impressive leadership team and 2010 calls for nothing less than our best."

The 2010 committee, council and panel leaders are:

Community and Economic Development Policy and Advocacy Committee

Chair

Jacquelyn E. Johnson, councilwoman, East Orange, N.J.

Vice Chairs

Jim Fairchild, mayor, Dallas, Ore.

Gilbert Lopez, councilmember, Coolidge, Ariz.

Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources Policy and Advocacy Committee

Chair

Henrietta Davis, city councillor, Cambridge, Mass.

Vice Chairs

Matt Zone, councilman, Cleveland

Christopher Jones, councilman, San Marcos, Texas

Finance, Administration, and Intergovernmental Relations Policy and Advocacy Committee

Chair

Robin Beltramini, council member, Troy, Mich.

Vice Chairs

David Hooks, council member, Homewood, Ala.

Randy H. Riggs, council member, Waco, Texas

Human Development Policy and Advocacy Committee

Chair

Randy Bruce, council member, Farmington Hills, Mich.

Vice Chairs

Diane Linver, council member, Lenexa, Kan.

Betty L. Taylor, city councilor, Eugene, Ore.

Information Technology and Communications Policy and Advocacy Committee

Chair

Kevin Kramer, councilman, Louisville, Ky.

Vice Chairs

Andy Huckaba, councilmember, Lenexa, Kan.

Vivian Wilhoite, councilmember, Nashville, Tenn.

Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Advocacy Committee

Chair

Dennis C. Gillette, mayor, Thousand Oaks, Calif.

Vice Chairs

Erich Von Hackney, mayor pro-tempore, Lumberton, N.C.

Kyle Jones, vice mayor, Mesa, Ariz.

Transportation Infrastructure and Services Policy and Advocacy Committee

Chair

Steve Elkins, councilmember, Bloomington, Minn.

Vice Chairs

Ron Roberts, council member, Temecula, Calif.

David M. Sander, councilmember, Rancho Cordova, Calif.

First Tier Suburbs Council

Chair

Douglas Athas, council representative, Garland, Texas

Vice Chairs

Joe Garcia, council member, Monrovia, Calif.

Edward W. Schock, council member, Riverside, Ohio

Jim Woodward, mayor, Englewood, Colo. …

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