Michal Keck

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Michal Keck is the Ward 5 representative to the Little Rock Board of Directors for the City of Little Rock. Keck has served as a City Director since November 1993, and his term is set to expire in December 2010. He is former Vice-Mayor of Little Rock (January 1997-December 1998), and ex-officio member of the Little Rock Port Authority, Little Rock Ambulance Authority, and Workforce Investment Board. Keck is also Administrative Director of Medical Staff Development for St. Vincent Health System in Little Rock.

Keck responded to criticism from the National Coalition for the Homeless that the opening of the Clinton Library coincided with a sweep of the homeless from city streets. He noted that the City of Little Rock had "bent over backwards" to assist homeless advocates and support organizations. "Having someone who doesn't live here who is trying to get a headline because the library opening's getting ready to occur — I don't think it does anything to advance the cause. I really don't."

Keck received his B.B.A. degree in Finance from Texas Tech University. Keck has coached youth basketball for both boys and girls, and is a deacon of Pleasant Valley Church of Christ.


  • Andrew DeMillo and Jill Zeman, "LR Dubbed 'Meanest' for Homeless by Advocacy Group," Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (November 9, 2004): 10.

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