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For Immediate Release: Aug. 29, 2008


Goodyear Mayor re-elected to League of Arizona Cities and Towns Executive Committee


GOODYEAR, Ariz. – Goodyear Mayor Jim Cavanaugh was re-elected to serve another two-year term on the League of Arizona Cities and Towns Executive Committee.


Members of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns elected Officers and selected new members of its policy-making Executive Committee at the organization's Annual Conference last week in Paradise Valley.


The 25-member Executive Committee is the governing body of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns and sets policy relating to legislative and organizational matters.


Others re-elected to two-year terms on the Executive Committee were:

Marie Lopez Rogers, Mayor, Avondale
Steve Berman, Mayor, Gilbert
Elaine M. Scruggs, Mayor, Glendale
Gerry Whipple, Councilmember, Show Low
Mark Mitchell, Councilmember, Tempe



Elected to full two-year terms as League officers were:

President: Boyd Dunn, Mayor, Chandler
Vice President: Robert Walkup, Mayor, Tucson
Treasurer: Larry Nelson, Mayor, Yuma


New members elected to the Executive Committee were:

Doug Von Gausig, Mayor, Clarkdale
Fernando Shipley, Mayor, Globe
Mark Nexsen, Mayor, Lake Havasu City
Scott Smith, Mayor, Mesa
Kenny Evans, Mayor, Payson
Bob Barrett, Mayor, Peoria
Lynne Skelton, Mayor, Sahuarita


Those with one year remaining on their terms on the Executive Committee are:

Gilbert Lopez, Vice Mayor, Coolidge
Byron Jackson, Mayor, Eloy
Monica Badillo, Mayor, Hayden
Paul Loomis, Mayor, Oro Valley
Greg Stanton, Councilmember, Phoenix
Harvey Skoog, Mayor, Prescott Valley
Mary Manross, Mayor, Scottsdale
Bob Strain, Mayor, Sierra Vista
Bob Rivera, Mayor, Thatcher



About the League:
The League of Arizona Cities and Towns is a voluntary association of all the 90 incorporated cities and towns in the State of Arizona. It provides policy and legislative advocacy, information and inquiry services, along with publications and educational programs to strengthen the quality and efficiency of municipal government. It was founded in 1937 to serve the interests of cities and towns and to preserve the principles of home rule and local determination.






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