York mayor is new president of Pa. Municipal LeagueBracey elected at organization meeting in Erie; to serve one-year term
York Mayor C. Kim Bracey is the new president of the Pennsylvania Municipal League, which aims to strengthen local government across the state.
Bracey, York's mayor since 2010, will serve a one-year term as the league's president, the organization said Thursday.
She was elected in conjunction with the league's 118th annual summit last week, held at the Bayfront Convention Center in Erie.
Bracey, now serving her second four-year term as York mayor, joined the league board as an at-large director shortly after becoming York mayor. She also has served as board legislative co-chair and second and first vice president.
The league is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization established in 1900 as an advocate for Pennsylvania’s third-class cities. Today, it represents cities, townships, town, boroughs and home-rule communities that share the league’s municipal-policy interests, its officials said.