Commissioner Bob Mayersohn Receives Gold Certificate of Excellence from Florida League of Cities University
Parkland Commissioner Bob Mayersohn.

By Bryan Boggiano

The Florida League of Cities University honored Commissioner Bob Mayersohn with the gold certificate of excellence for his commitment and dedication to training and continued education.

FLC University is the principal program to train municipal officials to improve their governing abilities.

The program offers three certificate levels, which include the Bronze Certificate of Merit (Level One), Silver Certificate of Leadership (Level Two), and Gold Certificate of Excellence (Level Three).

“This achievement is a testament to Florida’s municipal elected officials’ commitment to the cities and residents they serve,” said FLC President and Port St. Lucie Vice Mayor Jollien Caraballo in a press release.

She continued, “On behalf of the Florida League of Cities, I applaud these hardworking elected officials for taking the time out of their busy days to participate in these valuable programs.”

Mayersohn completed the programs between August 2022 and July 2023.

Officials earned points toward his certification by completing FLC-offered training such as webinars, online orientations, ethics courses, and legislative events.

Mayersohn will be featured in Quality Cities, the league’s award-winning magazine.

“Participating in these educational trainings has assisted me in honing my skills and increasing my knowledge as I strive to govern and lead by making good decisions for the residents of our community,” Mayersohn said.

Prior to his certificate, Mayersohn received multiple honors from the FLC. These include a Home Rule Hero honor in 2022 and election to the league’s board of directors in 2021.

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Bryan Boggiano
Bryan Boggiano
A University of Florida journalism graduate, Bryan plans to pursue geosciences at Florida International University for his master's. He has a strong interest in weather, entertainment, and journalism.