The Indiana Conference of Mayors has elected Greenwood Mayor Mark Myers to serve as president. Myers, currently in his second term as mayor of the Johnson County city, will lead the organization for a one-year term.
Myers succeeds Sullivan Mayor Clint Lamb, who wrapped up his one-year term as president. Myers previously served as vice-president of the organization.
"I value the time I spend learning from other Hoosier mayors," said Myers. "Leading our organization gives me great pride, and I look forward to helping our group communicate the innovation and creativity occurring each day in Indiana’s cities. It really is an exciting time as cities invest more in place making and attracting the talent we need to be successful. Being at the forefront of this transition and positioning our cities for success is what ICOM is all about."
Richmond Mayor Dave Snow was elected vice-president of the organization. He says the position "provides a captive audience of Indiana mayors with whom I can share (Richmond’s) history, and our vision for the future."