City of Manning Council member Clayton Pack was recently honored with a plaque from the Municipal Association of South Carolina. This Plaque was given to him to honor his three years of service on the MASC Board of Directors.
“It was a very good learning experience,” said Pack. “I think I can do more for Manning now with that experience.”
MASC Board of Directors members are elected from each of the 10 councils of governments and serve three year terms. Pack represented the Santee Lynches Council of Governments, and his term just ended.
“We are very proud of how Councilman Pack has represented us with the Municipal Association,” said City of Manning Mayor Julia Nelson. “I am sure his insight and experience was very helpful to the board.”
During his time on the board, Pack was involved with electing a new Director for the Municipal Association, as well as changing their logo, among other things.
Formed in 1930, the Municipal Association of South Carolina represents and serves the state’s 271 incorporated municipalities. The Association is dedicated to the principle of its founding members: to offer the services, programs and tools that will give municipal officials the knowledge, experience and tools for enabling the most efficient and effective operation of their municipalities in the complex world of municipal government.
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