The Broward League of Cities identifies and solves problems that affect the daily operations of Broward County’ s 31 municipal governments, including legislation at the county, state and federal levels. This week, the Broward League of Cities has appointed former Broward League of Cities President and Coral Springs Mayor Roy Gold to serve on its Legislative and Advocacy Committee, as well as its Political Candidate Committee.
Founded in 1957, the organization’s Legislative and Advocacy Committee provides strategic direction, promotes, and monitors the legislative action plan of the Broward League of Cities, which affects the 1.7 million residents throughout Broward County.
As part of the Political Candidate Committee, Mayor Gold will help prepare questionnaires for distribution to political candidates (other than municipal, judicial, and gubernatorial) to understand their positions on significant municipal issues, and make responses available to the membership for their informed decision making.
“I am honored to work with these committees and develop a work plan, which will offer value and benefit to the League’s members, including Coral Springs,” Mayor Gold said.
Active in the community for over two decades, Mayor Gold has served as a public servant in a variety of areas focused on education, the environment, and financial stability.
For more on the Broward League, visit their website at www.browardleague.org.
- Sharon Aron Baron is the Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs and the rest of South Florida.
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