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San Luis, Arizona — More than 1,000 city and town officials, legislators, business leaders and guests from across the state gathered in Oro Valley, Arizona last month for the League of Arizona Cities and Towns Annual Conference, held August 22-25 at El Conquistador Resort.
Among those in attendance were Mayor Gerardo Sanchez, Vice Mayor Maria Cecilia Ramos, Council Member Matias Rosales, and City Manager Tadeo A. De La Hoya of the City of San Luis. The conference is held annually in late summer and provides a unique opportunity for local officials to gather together to attend training sessions designed to aid in more effective and efficient management of Arizona’s municipalities, to hear from state and legislative officials, as well as share common concerns and ideas for problem solving.
“It is great to see the different communities and agencies working together to better one another,” stated Mayor Sanchez. Several of the topics discussed will be considered to be implemented in San Luis, he added.
The 2017 League Conference highlights included: