Manlius Paul Whorrall, mayor of the village of Manlius, has been appointed to the eight-member nominating committee of the New York State Conference of Mayors (NYCOM). NYCOM President Richard Donovan, mayor of the village of Minoa, made the selection.
“Mayor Whorrall has been an active participant in NYCOM programs and is well suited to serve on this important committee,” Donovan said. “His commitment to quality public service in New York State will ensure that the leadership of the Conference of Mayors remains in good hands.”
The nominating committee is responsible for assembling the slate of officers to be elected on May 5 at NYCOM’s 105th annual meeting in Saratoga Springs. The Conference of Mayors represents 583 cities and villages in New York State, ranging from the smallest village to the city of New York. NYCOM has been in existence since 1910.