Nutter elected as vice president of U.S. Conference of Mayors

     

    Ladies and gentlemen, Vice President Michael Nutter.

    While at leadership meeting in Baltimore today, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter was elected vice president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors. It all went down as a nonpartisan group of cities with 30,000 people or more voted for Philadelphia leadership.

    If Nutter is re-elected as mayor, as the Associated Press reports, he could be on his way to becoming the third Philadelphia mayor to be president of the conference.

    Read the full report on the conference from NewsWorks partner Philadelphia Weekly.

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