The Florida League of Cities, the united voice for Florida’s municipal governments, announced that the City of Groveland’s councilperson Mike Radzik, was recently appointed to serve on the Florida League of Cities 2021-2022 Finance, Taxation & Personnel Committee, one of the League’s five Legislative Policy Committees.
Legislative Policy Committee chairs, vice chairs and members, were appointed by the League’s incoming President, City of Lakeland Commissioner Phillip Walker.
As a Legislative Policy Committee member, Radzik will help develop the League’s Legislative Action Agenda, which details priority issues that are most likely to affect daily municipal governance and local decision-making during the upcoming legislative session, as well as help League staff understand the real-world implications of proposed legislation. Committee members are also asked to serve as advocates for local decision-making throughout the legislative process.
“I’m honored and grateful for the opportunity to serve on the Finance, Taxation and Personnel Committee,” said councilperson Radzik. “Each year I have looked forward to continuing to serve on this very important committee, while representing the City of Groveland on the important issues facing us; including the preservation of Home Rule.”
Mike Radzik has a master’s degree in accounting and a bachelor’s degree in Business with extensive knowledge in Governmental Accounting. Radzik was first elected to Groveland’s City Council in November 2010, serving two years as Mayor. He was then elected to represent District 2 in November 2015 and was reelected in November 2017 and again in November 2019.
For more information on the City of Groveland, visit www.Groveland-fl.gov, or connect to their Facebook page @CityofGroveland.
For a complete list of committee members, as well as more information on each committee and the Florida League of Cities legislative policy development process, click here.
Founded in 1922, the Florida League of Cities is the united voice for Florida’s municipal governments. Its goals are to promote local self-government and serve the needs of Florida’s cities, which are formed and governed by their citizens. The League believes in “Local Voices Making Local Choices,” which focuses on the impact citizens and city leaders have in improving Florida’s communities. For more information, visit flcities.com.