Windermere Mayor to Serve as President of
Prestigious Statewide Mayors Organization
Gary Bruhn, mayor of the City of Windermere in Orange County, was installed as president of the Florida League of Mayors (FLM) at the organization’s annual business meeting. He will serve a one-year term leading the FLM.
“Mayor Bruhn has been an active member of the Florida League of Mayors for many years and is ready to lead this organization,” said FLM Executive Director Scott Dudley. “Mayors play a critical role in creating the quality of life our residents have come to expect from Florida’s cities and I look forward to working with Mayor Bruhn in his new role as president.”
Mayor Bruhn is serving his fifth term on the FLM Board of Directors. He is also a member of the Florida League of Cities Board of Directors and the West Orange Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and serves on the Florida League of Cities Municipal Administration Legislative Committee.
He is also a member and past chairman of the Municipal Advisory Committee for Metroplan, the metropolitan traffic planning organization for Orange, Osceola, and Seminole Counties. Mayor Bruhn is a past president and member of the Tri-County League of Cities Board of Directors serving Orange, Osceola, and Seminole Counties.
Mayor Bruhn was a recipient of the Florida League of Cities inaugural 2009 Home Rule Hero Award. He is retired from Lockheed Martin where he worked for almost three decades as an information technology manager coordinating application maintenance and development across many program areas including missiles, space, aeronautics and homeland security.
The Florida League of Mayors is an organization for mayors, founded and developed by mayors. Only mayors are eligible for membership. The organization provides the mayors of Florida with the ability to explore, in great depth, areas of mutual concern and opportunity. Governed by a 21-member Board of Directors and staffed by the Florida League of Cities, the Florida League of Mayors forges a powerful voice that serves Florida’ cities well. For more information, visit www.floridamayors.org.