League of Oregon Cities Board Reappointment

by | Oct 12, 2015 | Press, West Linn | 0 comments

West Linn City Council President Thomas Frank was re-elected to the League of Oregon Cities Board of Directors Sept. 26 during the 90th annual conference in Bend.

The League of Oregon Cities is an organization that represents the state’s 242 incorporated cities. It works, along with its volunteer members, to help improve how local government serves citizens in the state of Oregon. The LOC works in the areas of advocacy for cities as well as federal issues, information and research, education and best practices.

“I am excited to once again represent, set legislative priorities and advocate for all the cities of Oregon to the Legislature and Governor’s office,” Frank said.

Founded in 1925, the LOC is governed by a 16-member board of directors. The LOC Board of Directors includes an executive committee of four as well as 12 directors. Directors come from all across the state of Oregon from cities large and small. Frank will serve a three-year term.

Frank was elected to the West Linn City Council in 2012. Joining the National League of Cities in 2014, he was appointed to the Small Cities Council.

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