Navasota’s mayor scored again at the recent Texas Municipal League Institute, earning one of only a dozen Certificates of Achievement awarded among the more than 200 officials from all across the state in attendance.
But a modest Bert Miller insists there were other awards during the three-day conference as well, for both attendance and for goals other than the 54 CE units he completed.
Miller says there’s another level of achievement that’s in a different number of hours from what he was in, and actually one more level above that he wasn’t able to reach, but probably 50 or 75 that were recognized for other levels they achieved.
Education sessions were offered on a wide array of subjects, such as legal issues, budgeting, economic development, community clean-up, ethics, governance, and leadership.
And Navasota’s decade-long mayor sees lots of good things on the horizon for his city’s future and lots of new folks who want to move here, so he’s optimistic on the outlook.
Among his other mayoral duties, Miller presides over Navasota City Council sessions at 6 every second and fourth Monday evening of the month at City Hall, where Navasota News is always on hand, just in case you can’t be.