The Broward League of Cities recently appointed Commissioner Roy Gold as second Vice President. Gold is on the path to becoming the first Vice President next year and President in 2010.
"Through my efforts and work with the Broward League of Cities, my goal is to bring forth county issues on behalf of all our cities,” Commissioner Gold said. “It’s an honor to serve in this capacity.”
The Broward League of Cities helps identify and resolve issues affecting municipalities within the county. It also promotes municipal authority and represents the best interests of municipalities and their residents.
The League strives to increase public knowledge of municipal services, issues, concerns, accomplishments and responsibilities while providing leadership on local, regional, state and national issues.
For more information, visit www.browardleague.org.
About the Broward League of Cities
The Broward League of Cities was chartered in 1957 to represent the concerns of the then 15 municipalities. The emphasis today is on identification and resolution of problems that affect the day-to-day operations of our 31 municipal governments, including legislation at the county, state and federal levels.
The League is a non-partisan, non-profit membership organization that represents all 31 Municipalities of Broward County, Florida and over 80 Associate Government, Non-Profit and Business Organizations.