WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - November 18, 2016) - U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) President Oklahoma City (OK) Mayor Mick Cornett will bring greetings to the National League of Cities '2016 Cities Summit' at this morning's plenary session.
During his remarks, Mayor Cornett will urge mayors and city councilmembers to work together to help the new Administration and Congress fully understand the economic strength of America's cities and metro areas, as well as the policies needed to foster greater prosperity.
The NLC Summit is slated to run from Tuesday, November 16th to Friday, November 19th and convenes mayors, council members and other local officials to explore and find solutions to the most pressing challenges currently facing cities. Topics to be discussed include economic development, technology and data use, sustainability and climate change, transportation, community relations and leadership development.
WHO: Oklahoma City (OK) Mayor Mick Cornett, USCM President
WHAT: Greetings at National League of Cities 2016 Cities Summit
WHEN: Friday, November 18th | During Morning Plenary Session: 9am to 10:15am ET
WHERE: David L. Lawrence Convention Center | Exhibit Hall B | 1000 Fort Duquesne Boulevard | Pittsburgh | PA 15222
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