Cambridge mayor nominated for prestigious award

The Cambridge City Council presents Cambridge Mayor Marlys Palmer a plaque during the May 6 meeting in honor of her nomination for the C.C. Ludig Award given by the League of Minnesota Cities. Pictured, from left, are Mayor Palmer’s sister June Ward, Mayor Palmer’s daughter Kim Palmer, Mayor Palmer’s husband Red, Mayor Palmer and City Council Members Chris Caulk, Corey Bustrom, Lisa Iverson and Howard ‘Howie’ Lewis. Mayor Her nomination included letters of support from former Congressman James Oberstar, Senator Al Franken, Isanti County Commissioner George Larson, former state senator Rick Olseen, Cambridge city staff and other leaders in the Cambridge community. The winner will be announced in June at the League’s annual conference in St. Paul. Photo by Rachel Kytonen

The Cambridge City Council presents Cambridge Mayor Marlys Palmer a plaque during the May 6 meeting in honor of her nomination for the C.C. Ludig Award given by the League of Minnesota Cities. Pictured, from left, are Mayor Palmer’s sister June Ward, Mayor Palmer’s daughter Kim Palmer, Mayor Palmer’s husband Red, Mayor Palmer and City Council Members Chris Caulk, Corey Bustrom, Lisa Iverson and Howard ‘Howie’ Lewis. Her nomination included letters of support from former Congressman James Oberstar, Senator Al Franken, Isanti County Commissioner George Larson, former state senator Rick Olseen, Cambridge city staff and other leaders in the Cambridge community. The winner will be announced in June at the League’s annual conference in St. Paul. Photo by Rachel Kytonen

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