A mayor serves as the governmental head of a city and leads city council meetings, makes appointments to boards and commissions, leads city events, serves as ambassador of the city for state and national agencies, and co... More »

A mayor is the official spokesperson for all government and community matters for the city he represents. A mayor works to ensure the city exercises its powers under the law and fulfills all legal duties and obligations. More »

The job of a mayor is to be the official spokesperson for his city in all matters relating to government and the community. He ensures that the city fulfills its duties under the law and exercises its powers. More » Government & Politics Types of Government
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