Mayor Appointed to Florida League of Mayors’ Board of Directors

Published on September 08, 2021


Coral Springs, FL – Mayor Scott Brook has been appointed to the Florida League of Mayors’ Board of Directors for a two-year term. The board is comprised of more than 50 mayors who represent municipalities throughout the State of Florida. The appointment was made during the Florida League of Cities annual conference held in Orlando, August 12-14, 2021.

“The Florida League of Mayors is a nonpartisan organization, and appointment to the Board of Directors provides me with a platform to advocate before the Florida Legislature to speak about issues affecting the City of Coral Springs and its residents, said Mayor Scott Brook. “Additionally, serving on the board allows me to better connect with other Florida mayors to share new ideas and best practices.”

Mayor Scott Brook served as a Coral Springs City Commissioner from 2002-2006 and was elected as the city’s Mayor from 2006 to 2010. During his term as Mayor, the City of Coral Springs became the first city in the USA to receive the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. He is the founder of the Coral Springs Customer-Involved Government Committee, a member of the Board of City’s Charter School, co-founder of Premier Networking Alliance and Project Leadership and the founder of the Mental Wellness Networking Alliance and Veterans Network Alliance.

The Florida League of Mayors provides the mayors of Florida with the ability to explore, in great depth, areas of mutual concern and opportunity. It reflects current public opinion which shows that mayors are widely viewed as the key political leaders in their community and enjoy a high level of public confidence. The organization is staffed by the Florida League of Cities.

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