Blue Springs Councilman Chris Lievsay Elected Vice President of Missouri Municipal League
Thursday, September 14, 2017
Posted by: Laura Holloway
Sept. 14, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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Blue Springs Councilman Chris Lievsay Elected Vice President of
Missouri Municipal League
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Municipal League elected City of Blue Springs Councilman as Vice President at MML’s annual conference Sept. 12 in Osage Beach, Missouri.
Lievsay has served on the Blue Springs City Council for District 2 since 2010. Having called Blue Springs home for most of his life, he earned his associate degree at the Metropolitan Community Colleges, went on to complete his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Master of Business Administration at Columbia College, and a Master of Education from WGU-Missouri.
Lievsay is an educator who works as part of the Business Faculty at Western Governors University as a Student Mentor for Graduate Business students. He also substitute teaches for the Blue Springs School District, and as adjunct faculty for Park University and Columbia College.
Lievsay’s service includes the Board of Directors for the School of Economics, Past Chairman of the Public Safety Citizens Advisory Board, Past President of the Blue Springs Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association, and Second Vice-President of the Blue Springs Historical Society. He also is a graduate of the Blue Springs Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class, the CJCFPD Citizens Fire Academy, the BSPD Citizens Police Academy, and participates in the Blue Springs Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) program. Outside of Blue Springs, Lievsay is Chair of the Kansas/Missouri Bi-State Commission, a Local Board Member for the US Selective Service System, and on the Board of Directors for Columbia College Alumni Association. He was elected to the Board of Directors for the Missouri Municipal League in 2015.
Lievsay attends Cornerstone Church where he met and married his wife Grace. They have two young children, Benjamin and Emily.
The Missouri Municipal League provides a united voice for municipalities across Missouri. Founded in 1934, MML now serves more than 650 municipalities with training, resources and legislative advocacy for local government success. Learn more at www.mocities.com.