Martin Mayor Randy Brundige has been elected to the Tennessee Municipal League Board of Directors.
Mayor Brundige was nominated as a director-at-large by a five-member nominating committee composed of municipal officials statewide. He was then elected for a one-year term by a majority vote of the membership.
TML is a nonprofit organization founded by cities and towns for mutual assistance and improvement. Representing 99-percent of Tennessee’s municipal citizens, the organization advocates for needed legislative action by the General Assembly, represents municipal interests before state departments and agencies, and seeks to influence federal legislation and policies affecting municipal governments.
As a member of the TML board of directors, Mayor Brundige will propose and help determine legislation municipalities need passed into law and will establish policy priorities for the League.
The TML board also includes past TML presidents, mayors of Tennessee’s largest cities, eight district directors, and eight at-large directors.