Dalessandro earns recognition for her support of
Arizona cities and towns
STATE CAPITOL, PHOENIX – The League of Arizona Cities and Towns recently recognized Rep. Andrea Dalessandro, D-Sahuarita (District 2), for her support of municipalities during the legislative session by giving her a Friend of Cities and Towns Award.
She was one of 12 Arizona House Democrats recognized by the League this year.
“City and town officials appreciate the support from these outstanding legislators and their recognition that local decisions should be made at the local level,” Executive Director Ken Strobeck said. “We are successful when we are all working together for the benefit of our citizens and
Dalessandro’s district includes Tuscon, South Tucson, Nogales, Patagonia and Sahuarita, where she resides.
“This award is especially meaningful to me because I believe we work for the people of Arizona in partnership with cities and towns,” Dalessandro said. “I am honored and will remain committed to my efforts to keep our state’s cities and towns strong and safe.”
The League honored the winners on Aug. 29, during the 2013 Annual Conference. The conference, held at the Hilton El Conquistador Resort in Oro Valley, was a four-day meeting with more than 900 mayors, council members and officials from across the state. For more information about the League of Arizona Cities and Towns, visit www.azleague.org.