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Lisle mayor elected vice president of Illinois Municipal League board

Published: Friday, Nov. 1, 2013 1:53 p.m. CDT • Updated: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 9:58 p.m. CDT
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Mayor Joe Broda

LISLE – Lisle Mayor Joe Broda was elected to serve as a vice president on the Illinois Municipal League’s Board of Directors on Oct. 19.

The IML is a non-political association with members from 1,124 Illinois municipalities whose mission it is to promote the interests and concerns of Illinois communities.

The governing board is comprised of chief elected officials of member municipalities.

Broda was elected to one of the board’s 36 vice president positions at the IML’s 100th annual conference earlier this month.

“Being a strong voice for my community with the statewide premiere municipal organization is truly a blessing for me and the citizens who elected me,” Broda said in a news release. “I have been serving the Lisle community for more than two decades … I will bring that same dedication to serving Illinois municipalities on the Board of Directors to help ensure local communities’ voices are heard at the state level.”

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