Broward League of Cities Installs 2010-2011 President
Coral Springs Commissioner Roy Gold Assumes Presidency of Organization
FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. – On Friday, May 7th, the Broward League of Cities formally installed Coral Springs Commissioner Roy Gold as president of the Broward League of Cities along with the 2010-2011 Broward League of Cities Board of Directors during a installation dinner in Coral Springs. He succeeded Wilton Manors Mayor Gary Resnick as president of the Broward League.
“It is my great honor to represent this collaborative organization at this pivotal time in the County’s history,” said Roy Gold in his address to the Broward League of Cities. “It is my goal for us to work together so that we may continue to make a positive difference for the 31 cities of Broward County.”
Roy Gold brings more than 30 years of experience in the political field, serving as a commissioner and vice mayor for the city of Coral Springs, chair of the Broward County Management and Efficiency Study Committee, chair and vice chair of the Broward County Water Advisory Board and the Florida Advisory Council for Barack Obama.
In addition to his position as president of the Broward League of Cities, Commissioner Gold is a program leader for Adopt-A-Mile, a site leader for the city of Coral Springs for the Broward County Waterway Cleanup and the creator and director of the Teen Political Forum.
Joining Commissioner Gold in leading the Broward League of Cities is the newly elected executive board. Each member will serve on the board of directors for a one year term:
- First Vice President – City of Weston Commissioner Daniel Stermer
- Second Vice President – City of Tamarac Mayor Beth Talabisco
- Treasurer – City of Plantation Mayor Rae Carole Armstrong
- Secretary – Cooper City Mayor Debby Eisinger
“With the installment of Commissioner Gold, the appointment of our board of directors and the launch of our new website, we are poised to continue increasing awareness and providing resolutions to issues facing Broward County residents,” said Rhonda Calhoun, executive director of the Broward League of Cities. “We are excited for the 2010-2011 year and look forward to serving the community’s interests on topics that affect day-to-day operations at the county, state, and federal levels.”
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The Broward League recently launched a newly redesigned website at www.browardleague.org. Through the website, residents can read about current issues facing Broward County, review resolutions the League has passed and the positive impact of the organization’s decisions. The website also offers resource links, a calendar of upcoming events, information about members and valuable articles designed to provide residents with a comprehensive guide to legislation and issues in Broward County and the State of Florida.
The Broward League of Cities is a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and resolving issues facing Broward County’s 31 cities and municipalities at the local, county and state level.
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About Broward League of Cities
Chartered in 1957, the Broward League of Cities is a non-partisan, non-profit organization representing the 31 municipal governments and more than 80 associate government, non-profit and business organizations within Broward County. The organization is dedicated to increasing awareness and providing resolutions to issues that affect day-to-day operations at the county, state, and federal levels. Read more at www.browardleague.org.