The Kentucky League of Cities (founded 1927 as the Kentucky Municipal League) is a voluntary league of cities in Kentucky. Its mission is to serve "as the united voice of cities by supporting community innovation, effective leadership and quality governance." It is a member of the National League of Cities and operates from Lexington, Kentucky. The president of the organization is usually succeeded by its vice president.
- 1933–1934: Paul Morton, City Manager of Lexington
- 1934–1935: Edgar Hager, Mayor of Ashland
- 1935–1936: Edward G. Scott, Mayor of Paducah
- "Ashland Man Is Elected President of Kentucky Municipal League". The Cincinnati Enquirer. Cincinnati. Associated Press. 18 November 1933. p. 13. Retrieved 30 June 2018 – via Newspapers.com.
New officers for the Kentucky Municipal League were elected this afternoon just before the league closed its fourth annual convention here. Edgar B. Hager, Mayor of Ashland, was elected President, to succeed Paul Morton, City Manager of Lexington. Mr. Hager is the retiring Vice President.
- "Want State Placed Under Southern Textile Code". Messenger-Inquirer. Owensboro, Kentucky. Associated Press. 19 November 1933. p. 3 – via Newspapers.com .