74th Annual Meeting
Las Vegas
June 2-6

Daily Updates

Friday, June 2
Saturday, June 3
Sunday, June 4
Monday, June 5
Tuesday, June 6

Adopted Resolutions

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Press Releases

Dearborn, Michigan Mayor Michael A. Guido Elected 64th President of The United States Conference of Mayors (6/6)

Mayors Wrap-up 74th Annual Meeting of The United States Conference of Mayors (6/6)

Brownfields Report Shows Untapped Potential for Redevelopment in the Nation's Cities | Report (6/5)

The United States Conference of Mayors Awards Dollar Wi$e Capacity Grants to Detroit, MI, Bowling Green, KY, & Quincy, IL to Improve Financial Literacy (6/5)

The U.S. Conference of Mayors Partners With ICLEI to Combat Global Warming (6/5)

U.S. Conference of Mayors and the Home Depot Foundation Announce Winners of First Annual Community Trees Award (6/4)

Mayors Focus on Vacant and Abandoned Properties (6/4)

Cities United for Science Progress Announces the Winners of the 2006 Lead-Safe…for Kids Sake Grant Program: Racine (WI), Columbus (OH) and Baltimore Honored | Video (6/3)

2006 City Livability Award Winners Announced: Chicago, Euless (TX) Receive Top Honors | Video | Photos (6/3)

Media Advisory (6/2)

National Press Coverage

Mayors endorse call for greener buildings (Associated Press)

U.S. mayors elect Dearborn's Guido as group president (Associated Press)

Mayors Urge Passage of Immigration Reform (Associated Press)

O'Neill Reaffirms Mayors' Roles at Conference (Long Beach Press Telegram)

Mayors from Chicago and Euless touted for making cities livable (Associated Press)

U.S. Mayors Talk Homeland Security, Poverty in Las Vegas (Associated Press)

Villaraigosa Urges Mayors to Address Poverty (Los Angeles Times)

General Meeting Information

City of Las Vegas Meeting Web Site
Registered Mayors
Adopted Resolutions | Memo | Rules

Previous Meetings

Washington, DC (2006)
Chicago (2005)
Washington, DC (2005)
Boston (2004)
Washington, DC (2004)
Denver (2003)
Washington, DC (2003)
Madison (2002)
Washington, DC/New York City (2002)
Detroit (2001)
Washington, DC (2001)
Seattle (2000)
Washington, DC (2000)
New Orleans (1999)
Washington, DC (1999)
Reno (1998)

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