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Mayor Nicholls takes on new role

League of Arizona Cities and Towns two-year term

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA/KECY) - Yuma Mayor Doug Nicholls has been unanimously elected to serve a two-year term as President of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns, an organization committed to supporting local governments throughout the state.

Nicholls has been a part of the executive committee since 2014 as Treasurer and most recently, Vice President.

The league is a voluntary association representing all 91 incorporated cities and towns across the state and provides policy and legislative advocacy, information and inquiry services, and educational programs.

This 25-member executive committee includes mayors and council-members from all over Arizona.

Nicholls is taking over his new role as peoria mayor Cathy Carlat ends her two-year term as President of the committee.

He is the 27th Mayor of Yuma and has been serving since January 2014. His third term begins January 2023.

A press release from the City of Yuma states that Nicholls plans to advocate not only on behalf of the Yuma community but for all Arizona cities and towns.

The league was founded in 1937.

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