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Greeley Mayor Pro Tem Elected CML Secretary-Treasurer

Councilmember Hall
Greeley Mayor Pro Tem Dale Hall was elected by the Colorado Municipal League (CML) executive board to serve as secretary-treasurer for 2020-2021 during CML’s Annual Business Meeting, held virtually on June 25.

Centennial City Attorney Robert "Bob" Widner was elected president and Steamboat Springs Council President Pro Tem Kathi Meyer was elected vice-president. Alamosa Councilmember Liz Hensley will serve as immediate past president.

Hall is a Colorado native, who has lived in Greeley since 7th grade. He is married to Susie and has one daughter, Kimberly. He and his wife own and operate a property management company in Greeley, with more than 30 years of property management experience. Dale served in the Army during the Vietnam War and came back home and became a deputy sheriff with the Weld County Sheriff’s Office. He has 30 years’ experience in the financial advisory industry. He was elected to the office of Weld County commissioner, where he also served as chair of Colorado Counties Inc. Finance Committee, and Colorado State Representative in District 48, where he served on the Joint Budget Committee. Dale has served on numerous community organizations, including the Greeley Housing Authority, Greeley/Weld Airport Authority, Colorado Aeronautical Board, and the Greeley Planning Commission.

Kevin Bommer, CML’s executive director says, “We look forward to a terrific year with Dale serving as CML’s secretary-treasurer. In this role, he will chair the League’s budget committee at a critical time for Colorado municipalities. His insights and leadership continue to be highly valued by CML and help ensure 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.

Release Date:
Jul 17, 2020
Kevin Bommer, CML Executive Director

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