McLean Takes Helm For League Of Cities
Mayor Also Chairs Statewide Community Services Policy Committee
Santa Clarita Mayor Marsha McLean was sworn in as President of the Los Angeles County Division of the League of California Cities this month, at the Annual Installation Dinner at the Walt Disney Company’s Golden Oak Ranch in Santa Clarita.
The Los Angeles County Division is made up of 86 cities in Los Angeles County. The division works to promote legislative advocacy on issues of importance to the division and the League; they serve as a technical and advisory resource to the League through policy committee representatives, as well as provide information to city officials regarding League activities and provide an opportunity for members to share resources and experiences with other city officials.
"I am pleased to take on the extra responsibility to serve in an official capacity on the Executive Board of the Los Angeles County Division of the League of California Cities. This office will allow our City to have a stronger voice, in Sacramento and Washington D.C. with 478 other California cities, in trying to help maintain local control and protect our taxpayers' money," explained McLean of the appointment.
McLean is also serving as the chairperson for the League of California Cities Community Services Policy Committee. McLean previously served as Vice-President, Secretary and as Treasurer in this division for the League.
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