Mitchell Announces 2011 Committee, Council and Panel Leaders

By Moss, Martha | Nation's Cities Weekly, February 14, 2011 | Go to article overview

Mitchell Announces 2011 Committee, Council and Panel Leaders


Moss, Martha, Nation's Cities Weekly


NLC President James E. Mitchell Jr., councilmember, Charlotte, N.C., 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 12-16 in Washington, D.C.

The 2011 committee, council and panel leaders are:

Community and Economic Development Policy and Advocacy Committee

Chair

Gilbert Lopez, vice mayor, Coolidge, Ariz.

Vice Chairs

Jim Fairchild, mayor, Dallas, Ore. Neal Andrews, councilmember, Ventura, Calif.

Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources Policy and Advocacy Committee

Chair

Matt Zone, councilman, Cleveland

Vice Chairs

Matt Appelbaum, council member, Boulder, Colo.

Christopher Jones, deputy mayor pro tern, San Marcos, Texas

Michael A. Sesma, council member, Gaithersburg, Md.

Finance, Administration and Intergovernmental Relations Policy and Advocacy Committee Chair

David Hooks, councilman, Homewood, Ala.

Vice Chairs

Robert Broom, council member, Aurora, Colo.

Randy Riggs, council member, Waco, Texas

Human Development Policy and Advocacy Committee

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

Vice Chairs

Van R. Johnson II, alderman, Savannah, Ga.

Mary Dorothy (Dot) La Marche, vice mayor, Farragut, Tenn.

Information Technology and Communications Policy and Advocacy Committee

Chair

Andy Huckaba, councilmember, Lenexa, Kan.

Vice Chairs

M. Christopher Whitley, council member, High Point, N.C.

Vivian Wilhoite, councilmember, Nashville, Tenn.

Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Advocacy Committee

Chair

Erich Van Hackney, councilman, Lumberton, N.C.

Vice Chairs

Pete Constant, councilmember, San Jose, Calif.

Isaac (Ike) Robinson Jr., commissioner, West Palm Beach, Fla.

Transportation Infrastructure and Services Policy and Advocacy Committee

Chair

David M. Sander, council member, Rancho Cordova, Calif.

Vice Chairs

Lee Dunlap, mayor pro tern, Piano, Texas

Patsy Kinsey, council member, Charlotte, N.C.

First Tier Suburbs Council

Chair

Jim Woodward, mayor at large, Englewood, Colo.

Vice Chairs

Denny Doyle, mayor, Beaverton, ()re.

Charlina Watson, councilwoman, Bladensburg, Md. …

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