LEXINGTON, KY – Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) membership elected Louisa Mayor Harold Slone to the KLC Executive Board.
The 18-member KLC Executive Board is the League’s governing board and oversees its business operations. The board consists of elected and appointed city officials. This is Mayor Slone’s first term on the Executive Board. He has been on the KLC Board of Directors since 2019.
Mayor Slone thanked KLC membership for the appointment. “I appreciate the trust KLC members and staff have placed in me to sit on the Executive Board,” he said. “I take the responsibility seriously as I know the vital role KLC plays for my city and those throughout the state. I look forward to working with KLC, its executive staff, and the leadership team to help the League continue to grow and serve cities.”
KLC Executive Director|CEO James D. Chaney thanked Mayor Slone for his dedication to the League. “Mayor Slone has shown a strong commitment to KLC during his time on the Board of Directors, and I know that will only grow as he moves into the new role on the Executive Board. We are thankful that so many public servants are willing to give their time and expertise to the League and its members.”
The Kentucky League of Cities is a nonprofit member organization that has served Kentucky cities and municipal agencies since 1927. The League provides cities various services, including legislative advocacy, legal guidance, training, economic development, financing, and research.