Upcoming Events

MAM Annual Meeting
Sept.14, 2017
216 Van Raalte Ave.
Holland, MI

Mayor Spotlight

Phil O'Dwyer
Mayor, Berkley

campbellPhil O’Dwyer has been mayor of Berkley since 2011 and had previously served on the city council for six years. He is a member of the Michigan Association of Mayors, a delegate to the National League of Cities, a member of the South Eastern Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG), and is a member of the Woodward Avenue Action Association Board of Directors. Mayor O’Dwyer was born in Holycross, Co.Tipperary, Ireland. He immigrated to the United States on August 16,1973 and became an American citizen in 1979. He has been a Berkley resident since 1980. He studied psychology at the University of Detroit and the University of Notre Dame and holds a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Wayne State University. Currently, he is President and Clinical Director of Brookfield Clinics, Garden City, Michigan. He is also an adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Counseling at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. He has also authored several academic publications and is a national consultant on Mental Health issues. Mayor O’Dwyer is a 2015 inductee in the Michigan Irish American Hall of Fame.

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Baraga Village President Wendell Dompier Elected as 2017-18 President of Michigan Association of Mayors

Fremont Mayor Jim Rynberg Selected as Vice President

Baraga Village President Wendell Dompier was recently elected serve a one-year term as president of the Michigan Association of Mayors (MAM). Dompier was selected Sept. 14 at the organization's board meeting, which took place tduring the Michigan Municipal League Convention in Holland. In addition, Fremont Mayor Jim Rynberg was selected as vice president of the association. Read more.




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Professional Development

Annual events such as the MAM Summer Workshop, Mayors' Exchange Day, and Legislative Breakfast provide affordable educational and networking opportunities exclusively designed for MAM members. To garner support for legislative goals, members are encouraged to participate in occasional media events hosted by the MAM board.


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Awards & Recognition

MAM offers the Advocate of the Year Award to recognize mayors and village presidents for excellence in their profession. The award is presented once a year to a peer-nominated individual who has made outstanding contributions to local government.

Board of Directors

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