STATE CAPITOL, Phoenix – A number of Senate Democrats were recognized by the League of Arizona Cities and Towns during the League’s 2009 Annual Conference held in Oro Valley, Ariz.
Assistant Senate Democratic Leader Rebecca Rios and Sen. Meg Burton Cahill received the “Champion of Cities and Towns Award” for extraordinary legislators that play a vital role in defending and supporting local governments.
Sens. Paula Aboud, Amanda Aguirre and Debbie McCune Davis received the “Friend of Cities and Towns Award” for support of the relationship between local and state government.
“It is critical that cities, towns and the legislature work together to address critical issues during this economic downturn as we are all feeling the pain,” said Sen. Aguirre.
The League of Arizona Cities and Towns represents the 90 incorporated cities and towns in Arizona at the state legislature.
The League on the Internet: http://www.azleague.org