Blue Springs, Mo. – Mayor Carson Ross was elected president of the Missouri Municipal League (MML) at its 76th Annual Conference held September 12-15 in St. Charles, Missouri.
Mayor Ross was first elected to the MML board of directors in 1986 and served one, two-year term. Ross resigned from the board when he was elected to the Missouri House of Representatives in 1988 where he served for 14 years until he was term limited in 2002.
Carson Ross again was elected to the MML board in 2008 and became vice president in 2009. Mayor Ross served as chairman of the League’s budget committee in 2009, and has been actively involved in many of the League’s regional meetings, conferences, and legislative efforts.
“I look forward to working with my colleagues in the Missouri Municipal League on issues that impact our communities and improve the quality of life for Missouri residents,” said Mayor Ross.
The Missouri Municipal League is a nonpartisan, voluntary association serving 660 municipalities. In addition to serving as a strong voice for Missouri’s municipalities, MML provides training, information sharing, legislative assistance, advocacy and administrative support for local officials across the state.
For more information, visit www.mocities.com, or call Katie Bradley, Missouri Municipal League editor/IT coordinator at (573) 635-9134.