League of Minnesota Cities gets a new president and a new executive director

Steve Nasby, the Windom City Administrator, has been elected president of the League of Minnesota Cities, which provides more than 800 member cities with advocacy and training.

Nasby has worked in Windom since 2006; before that he worked in Iowa City.

The League also has hired David Unmacht as executive director, replacing Jim Miller, who retires this summer after 22 years as head of the organization.

Unmacht, who starts Aug. 1 as the group’s top staffer, is now a senior vice president at Springsted, a public sector advisory firm. He’d previously been county administrator for Scott County, deputy county administrator for Dakota County, city manager for Prior Lake, and city administrator for Belle Plaine. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and business administration from Wartburg College and a Master of Public Administration degree from Drake University.

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