Meyer earns recognition for support of
Arizona cities and towns
STATE CAPITOL, PHOENIX – The League of Arizona Cities and Towns named Rep. Eric Meyer, D-Paradise Valley (District 28), a Champion of Cities and Towns for his support of municipalities during the legislative session.
“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 Arizona.”
Meyer will accept his award during a Paradise Valley Town Council meeting on Thursday, Oct. 24. He was one of 12 Arizona House Democrats recognized by the League of Arizona Cities and Towns earlier this year.
“We work for the people of Arizona in partnership with cities and towns,” Meyer said. “We’ll continue to collaborate to move our state forward and ensure our communities stay safe and strong.”
For more information about the League of Arizona Cities and Towns, visit www.azleague.org.