CITY OF AUBURN ANNOUNCES MAYOR KILBOURN
CHOSEN VICE PRESIDENT OF MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION OF MAYORS
AUBURN, MI: Auburn Mayor Lee Kilbourn was recently selected to serve as Vice President of the Michigan Association of Mayors.
“Serving as the VP for MAM is a great opportunity,” Kilbourn said. “It gives me the ability to meet other mayors and network with them. This allows me to learn from their experiences to better help the City of Auburn. The association's purpose is to provide aid to all mayors in Michigan to help them do a better job for their cities.”
In addition to serving as Auburn’s mayor since 2011, Kilbourn serves on the Downtown Development Authority, and is a member of the Auburn-Williams Lions Club. Kilbourn, along with his wife and daughter, runs their family business, Tri-City Furniture, in downtown Auburn. Kilbourn was first elected as mayor back in 1981.
“It is a great honor to be selected by my peers to succeed them and, along with Mayor Kilbourn, to lead the Michigan Association of Mayors for the next year,” said Frank Campbell, Mayor of Hastings and president of MAM.
The Michigan Association of Mayors (MAM) is the official nonpartisan organization of Michigan's chief elected officials. Representing more than 100 Michigan communities, MAM works to assist the chief elected officials of cities, townships and villages; advance the various interests and operations of communities represented by its members and all Michigan communities; promote cooperation among communities statewide; and advocate local interests at the state and federal level.
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