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Posted on: June 23, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Steamboat Springs Council President Pro Tem Elected CML President

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June 23, 2021 – Steamboat Springs Council President Pro Tem Kathi Meyer was elected by the Colorado Municipal League (CML) executive board to serve as president for 2021-2022 during CML’s Annual Business Meeting, held virtually on June 21. 

Greeley Mayor Pro Tem Dale Hall was elected vice-president and Thornton Mayor Pro Tem Jessica Sandgren was elected secretary-treasurer. Centennial City Attorney Robert "Bob" Widner will serve as immediate past president. 

Kathi Meyer first served on the Steamboat Springs City Council in 2015 (at-large) before being reelected in November 2017 to the four-year District II seat. Prior to her work on council, she served two terms on the Steamboat Springs Planning Commission. She spent 25 years in the banking and financial management field working for employers such as Colorado National Bank (US Bank), GE Capital, and Southern California Savings. She is also the past president of the Board of the Yampa Valley Housing Authority, having been on that board since its inception in 2004, and has served as treasurer and president of the Regional Affordable Living Foundation, volunteered with the Yampa Valley Medical Center, was a trustee for the Leukemia Society of America and the past president of Routt County Habitat for Humanity. 

Kevin Bommer, CML’s executive director says, “There is no one more passionate about municipal governance and the Colorado Municipal League than Kathi Meyer. We look forward to a terrific year with Kathi serving as CML’s President. Her leadership and dedication will ensure that CML continues to be the primary source for municipal officials statewide for their advocacy, information, and training needs.” 

The CML Executive Board is comprised of 21 elected officials and key municipal staff members who are elected by the membership at an annual business meeting. The Board is responsible for overall finances, management, and policy affairs of the League. CML is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization established in 1923 and represents the interests of 270 cities and towns.  For more information on the Colorado Municipal League, please visit or call 303-831-6411.   


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