Joplin, Mo. Councilmember and former Mayor Melodee Colbert-Kean was elected president of the National League of Cities (NLC) today at the organization's annual Congress of Cities and Exposition in Nashville, Tenn.
The Hispanic Elected Local Officials (HELO) constituency group elected Tempe, Ariz. Councilmember Joel Navarro as the group’s president during its annual business meeting at the National League of Cities (NLC) Congress of Cities and Exposition in Nashville, Tenn.
Lexington, S.C., Mayor Pro-Tem Hazel Livingston Honored with Women in Municipal Government (WIMG) Constituency Group Leadership Award
Vice Mayor Mary Dorothy "Dot" LaMarche of Farragut, Tenn. was elected 2016 president of the Women in Municipal Government (WIMG) during the group's annual leadership luncheon at the National League of Cities' (NLC) Congress of Cities and Exposition in Nashville, Tenn.
A new report released today from the National League of Cities (NLC) explores trends in mobility and technology in cities and identifies what cities can do to move seamlessly and efficiently into the future of mobility.
On Thursday, November 5, Vice President Joe Biden delivered remarks to conference delegates at the National League of Cities 2015 Congress of Cities.
NLC made the call, and members responded – we had a record number of applications received for officer positions as well as seats on the Board of Directors.
Vice President Joe Biden will deliver remarks to city leaders during the National League of Cities (NLC) 2015 Congress of Cities and Exposition in Nashville, Tenn. The vice president's remarks will take place on November 5th as part of the Congress of Cities Opening General Session.
We're just days away from the big show in Music City: the 2015 National League of Cities Congress of Cities & Exposition. Nashville is turning up the volume, bringing up the lights, and setting the stage to welcome thousands of elected officials from across the country.
During last week's presidential debate in Boulder, Colo., the candidates finally started to dig into the issues that the National League of Cities has highlighted in its Cities Lead 2016 campaign, but the conversation was cursory at best.