Mayor Stermer Installed as President of the Broward League of Cities

With the support of his family and fellow Weston City Commissioners, Mayor Daniel Stermer proudly took the reins as the new President of the Broward League of Cities. It is a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and resolving issues facing Broward County’s 31 cities and municipalities.

“It is very rewarding and humbling to be elected President as I have strong feelings about the League and issues that face all local governments and have been involved with the League for many, many years,” states Mayor Stermer. “To have received the confidence of the other Elected in Broward is moving, special and memorable.”

He says he intends to preside over the Broward League of Cities much in the same way he does the City of Weston. “My goal for my year as President, similar to how I generally operate, is to try to resolve issues by building consensus amongst community stakeholders and gather opinions on topics including solid waste/recycling, public safety related issues, workforce/affordable housing, evacuation shelter staffing, transportation, and good/responsible/responsive government.”

Mayor Stermer believes it is important for all cities and municipalities to work together for the greater good; that’s why Weston has always been an active member of the Broward League of Cities. “The League is a collegial organization of all cities in Broward where the City, through its appointed representative, gets to exchange ideas and best practices that could enhance how Weston does business. We can also strategize on issues larger than the City of Weston in an effort to arrive at a regional consensus on issues and concerns.”

In addition to serving as President of the Broward League of Cities, Mayor Stermer serves as Chair of the Broward County Planning Council, Chair of the Oversight Committee that relates to public school facilities, and member of the Board of Directors of the Florida League of Cities.

He says he is grateful to be a public servant and to represent the residents of Weston. “I am truly honored to serve as Weston’s third Mayor and am humbled and moved by the residents allowing me to do so. I appreciate having met so many of our neighbors and share their passion to make Weston the best place it can be,” notes Mayor Stermer. “Weston is a very special place and I hope that I have been able, along with a great team of public servants and professionals, to make it the best it can be.”