ROUND LAKE BEACH MAYOR RICHARD H HILL ELECTED TO IML BOARD OF DIRECTORS
This past week in Chicago, the Illinois Municipal League held its 101st Annual Conference, where over 1,500 mayors, councilmembers, and local officials attended for education on new laws and responsibilities for municipalities and municipal officials, in-depth working sessions, and election of new officers to lead the IML’s 1,120 member municipalities.
On Saturday, September 20, 2014, the IML membership elected 36 Vice Presidents to take a leadership role within the statewide organization. Round Lake Beach Mayor Richard H. Hill was elected to serve as one of the Vice Presidents. This is a vital, active Board that carries out the mission of the IML. Mayor Hill said “Being a strong voice for my community on the statewide premiere municipal organization is truly a blessing for me and the citizens who elected me.”
The Illinois Municipal League is Illinois’ statewide lobby and education organization whose special interest is the people, so municipalities can have a powerful resource and voice in Springfield. IML’s mission is to keep decision making local.
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