MAYOR OF ARDMORE NAMED 2017 OKLAHOMA
MAYOR OF THE YEAR FOR STATE’S LARGER COMMUNITIES

September 15, 2017

Tulsa– Martin Dyer, Mayor of Ardmore, is the recipient of the 2017 Oklahoma Mayor of the Year Award representing communities with more than 5,000 in population. He was presented the award from the Mayors Council of Oklahoma (MCO) during the Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) Annual Conference awards banquet last night in Tulsa.

Mayor Dyer is a veteran who served honorably in the U.S. Navy, and an attorney. Under this Mayor’s leadership, numerous improvements have taken place in the community. Citizens have experienced an increased level of their quality of life due to several community projects.

Dyer has served on the city commission for 37 years, 8 as mayor.

The MCO award recognizes the dedication and commitment brought to the highest elected post in municipal government. Criteria for consideration requires nominees to be a MCO member and in elected municipal office at the time of the presentation. Additionally, nominees must complete a minimum of three years of service in an elected municipal office and their municipality must be an OML member.

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