More than 3,000 appointed and elected officials from across the country met in Pittsburgh for the National League of Cities’ 92nd annual conference. During the four-day summit, sessions covering topics from economic development and sustainability to transportation alternatives and the impact of climate change on cities were combined with in depth discussions about best practices, challenges and opportunities. There was a focus on collaborative solutions to issues facing local government and how to assure that cities are providing necessary services for residents. This annual meeting provides a positive setting for cities to compare issues and learn from one another. Read.
President Greg Ross in Sun Sentinel 100
December 4, 2016