RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION TO THE
ILLINOIS CITY/COUNTY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
WHEREAS, the ILLINOIS CITY/COUNTY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION was founded in 1953 for the purpose of supporting and improving municipal and county management and strengthening local government in Illinois; and
WHEREAS, the Association's 400 plus members include city, village, and county managers and their assistants, persons interested in local government management, students, consultants, and other management professionals who share the common interest of promoting effective local government; and
WHEREAS, the ILLINOIS CITY/COUNTY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION is celebrating 50 years of service to Illinois communities in 2003; and
WHEREAS, the ILLINOIS CITY/COUNTY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION continues to be a strong association for local government professionals that provides a positive environment for the exchange of ideas;
WHEREAS, the Vernon Hills Village Board of Trustees created the office of and appointed its first Village Manager in 1973 to act as chief administrative officer to oversee proper administration of all affairs, departments, and offices of the Village, in which its current and past managers have benefited from the efforts of the ILLINOIS CITY/COUNTY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE PRESIDENT AND VILLAGE BOARD OF THE VILLAGE OF VERNON HILLS that the Board, on behalf of the administration and residents of the community, hereby expresses its appreciation to the ILLINOIS CITY/COUNTY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION for its support of the local government professionals and the public service they provide and congratulates the Association on its 50th anniversary.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution be spread upon the minutes of the Village Board and a copy hereof, duly signed by the Village President, be presented to ILLINOIS CITY/COUNTY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION President Robin Weaver this 19th day of August 2003.
Dated the 19th of August 2003.
Adopted by roll call vote as follows:
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
Roger L. Byrne Village President
Jeanne M. Schwartz