John Lundell, Mayor of Coralville, IA, has been reappointed to the National League of Cities (NLC) 2021 Energy, Environment and Natural Resources (EENR) Federal Advocacy Committee. Lundell will provide strategic direction and guidance for NLC’s federal advocacy agenda and policy priorities. The appointment was announced by NLC President Kathy Maness, councilmember, Lexington, South Carolina.
Lundell has served on the NLC EENR Committee for the past six years. “The City of Coralville has consistently been recognized for our environmental leadership,” Lundell stated. “Coralville has received national recognition from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for our extensive Brownfields Program that enabled redevelopment of the highly successful Iowa River Landing District. I am equally proud of Coralville’s innovative stormwater management programs that have received numerous awards from multiple environmental agencies.”
As a committee member, Lundell continues to play a key role among a diverse group of local leaders in shaping NLC’s policy positions and advocating on behalf of America’s cities and towns before Congress, with the federal administration and at home.
“Our federal advocacy committees are the voices of what’s happening on the ground in our communities,” said Maness. “I am proud to have Mayor Lundell’s continued service on the NLC EENR committee. Together with other a team leaders from around the country, we will work to solve challenges facing our communities.”
For more information on NLC’s federal advocacy committees, visit: www.nlc.org/advocacy/committees.
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