Clarence Anthony, who served as mayor of South Bay, Fla., for 24 years, has been named executive director of the National League of Cities – a top advocacy group for the interests of U.S. municipalities. Anthony is no stranger to the organization, having been its president during the late 1990s. He most recently worked as the interim manager of United Cities and Local Governments and runs his own consulting firm, Anthony Government Solutions. Anthony replaces Donald J. Borut , who served as the organization’s executive director for 22 years.
Via POLITICO Influence.