Independence celebrates Mayor Johnson’s award

The city of Independence hosted an open house on July 23 to honor Mayor Marvin Johnson for receiving the C.C. Ludwig award from the League of Minnesota Cities. Here, former Minnesota State Senator Gen Olson congratulates him on the award. She was one of a number of prominent people who recommended him to receive what is the highest award given by the LMC to an elected official. (Sun staff photo by Susan Van Cleaf)

The city of Independence hosted an open house on July 23 to honor Mayor Marvin Johnson for receiving the C.C. Ludwig award from the League of Minnesota Cities. Here, former Minnesota State Senator Gen Olson congratulates him on the award. She was one of a number of prominent people who recommended him to receive what is the highest award given by the LMC to an elected official. (Sun staff photo by Susan Van Cleaf)

 

Independence City Councilor Brad Spencer, center, toasts Mayor Marvin Johnson, right, with a glass of pop at a July 23 open house in Johnson’s honor. City Councilor Lynn Betts looks on. Betts and Spencer nominated Johnson to receive the C.C. Ludwig Award, the highest honor given to an elected official by the League of Minnesota Cities. The LMC recently gave him the award. (Sun staff photo by Susan Van Cleaf)

Independence City Councilor Brad Spencer, center, toasts Mayor Marvin Johnson, right, with a glass of pop at a July 23 open house in Johnson’s honor. City Councilor Lynn Betts looks on. Betts and Spencer nominated Johnson to receive the C.C. Ludwig Award, the highest honor given to an elected official by the League of Minnesota Cities. The LMC recently gave him the award. (Sun staff photo by Susan Van Cleaf)

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