McCourt Elected President Of Missouri Municipal League
Norman McCourt, the Mayor of the City of Black Jack was recently elected to the position of President of the Missouri Municipal League. McCourt assumed the position at the latest MML Conference held in Kansas City, Mo.
McCourt served one year as vice president of the organization before taking over as president, the position is a one-year term.
“I look forward to working with the MML Board and municipal leaders to forward the goals of the organization on the national and state level. In these difficult economic times it is imperative that we work together as a group to solve issues of mutual interest,” said Mayor McCourt.
McCourt has served the City of Black Jack for over 28 years first as a member of the city council, and as mayor for the past 14 years. He was re-elected in April to serve his third term as Mayor of the City of Black Jack. He is very active within the community, serving on several boards of directors, including The Friends of Bellefontaine and North County, Inc. McCourt also is an award winning TV talk show host, hosting the bi-monthly edition of City Limits on the Gateway Television News Network.
The Missouri Municipal League is a nonpartisan, voluntary association serving 668 municipalities. The Missouri Municipal League is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of a President, Vice President, Active Past Presidents, 12 elected municipal officials and five appointed municipal officials; with at least one Board member from each Congressional District.
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