Michael Napoleone Elected to Board of Directors for the Palm Beach County League of Cities
Publisher: Day Pitney Press Release
April 30, 2021
Florida Partner Michael J. Napoleone has been elected to the 2021-2022 Board of Directors for the Palm Beach County League of Cities, Inc. In December 2015, Napoleone was first elected to the Council of the Village of Wellington without opposition for a four-year term, which commenced in March 2016. He is the first non-sitting council member elected without opposition in the history of the Village. He served as Vice Mayor for the 2019-2020 term, and was re-elected to serve a new 4-year term in January 2020. His practice focuses on business, probate and real estate litigation.
The purpose of the Palm Beach County League of Cities is to promote and advance the collective interest of the municipalities of Palm Beach County, Florida; analyze municipal issues and seek positive results through cooperative efforts; respect the principles of Home Rule; and encourage and enhance the quality of life of the citizens of Palm Beach County. It consists of all 39 municipalities in Palm Beach County, as well as over 100 Associate members.
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