Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (June 21, 2017) – The Broward League of Cities, an organization representing Broward County’s 31 municipal governments and more than 120 associate members, installed Coral Springs Vice Mayor Dan Daley as its new president, and inducted the 2017-2018 executive committee and board of directors during a ceremony at Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort on June 3rd.
As the new president of the League, Daley, shared his vision of “Empowering One Broward,” emphasizing the importance of members of the League to live up to and exceed their potential.
President Daley follows Mayor Greg Ross as League president. Ross was recognized for his leadership of “Connect One Broward” an initiative that encouraged Broward League members to work together and follow the 4C’s: Collaboration, Cooperation, Communication and Connecting.
President Daley joins fellow officers on the Executive Committee:
- First Vice President Harry Dressler, Mayor, Tamarac
- Second Vice President Tim Lonergan, Vice Mayor, Oakland Park (serving his first term)
- Gary Resnick, Mayor, Wilton Manors
- Treasurer Gary Resnick, Mayor, Wilton Manors
Sponsors of the Annual Gala and Installation Dinner included: City of Coral Springs (Platinum), Calvin, Giordano & Associates, Inc., Charter Schools USA, City of Pembroke Pines, In.telligent, Kaufman Lynn Construction, Memorial Healthcare System, The Charter Schools of Excellence, Waste Management and Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman.
ABOUT BROWARD LEAGUE OF CITIES
Chartered in 1957, 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. A member of the Florida League of Cities, which serves to unify local government throughout the state of Florida, the organization’s membership is made up of elected officials from municipal governments and area businesses. The organization is dedicated to increasing awareness and providing resolutions to issues that affect day-to-day operations of local government, including legislation at the county, state, and federal levels.