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(Neb.)-Chadron City Council Reappoints Individuals To Various Boards

By: Roxie Graham-Marski Posted at: 01/23/2013 08:45 AM

(CHADRON)-The Chadron city council appointed and reappointed individuals to a variety of boards and commissions at their meeting Monday night. All of the positions are voluntary in nature.
 
Todd Rickenbach was reappointed to another three-year term on the Airport Advisory Committee.
 
Mike Bogner was reappointed to another four-year term on the Airport Zoning Board. The council decided to wait on the reappointment of Mark Hutton, who works as a fixed base operator at the airport and has a contract with the city. His contract will be up for renewal in March, and the council will consider the reappointment at that time.
 
Jim Gardner was reappointed to another three-year term on the Business Improvement District Board. As of the meeting Monday night, the council had not heard back from Jeff Kienitz yet to see if he is interested in serving another term.
 
Annie Loutzenhiser was reappointed to another three-year term on the Citizen Advisory Review Committee--Economic Development Plan. As of the meeting Monday night, the council had not heard back from Tim Donahue yet to see if he is interested in serving another term. Also, council member Paris Fisher had served on this committee, which has left a vacancy since he became a council member and has no longer been eligible to serve.
 
Rob Bila and Scott Schremmer were each reappointed to another three-year term on the Community Development Advisory Committee. As of the meeting Monday night, the council had not heard back from Leah Frye yet to see if she is interested in serving another term.
 
Frederika Sipman was reappointed to another five-year term as a member of the Housing Authority.
 
Doris Harrington and Teresa Hawk were each reappointed to another four-year term on the Library Board.
 
Russ Bohnenkamp, Darrell Lang, and Chuck Miller were each reappointed to another three-year term on the Planning Commission.
 
Charles Cressy was reappointed to another four-year term on the Police Retirement Committee. Tim Lordino and Rick Hickstein are also up for reappointment; they will be reappointed by the Chadron police officers. Four of the six committee members are selected by the police officers and two by the city council.
 
Both Mark Brennan and Rolland Sayer, who had been serving on the Property Maintenance Code--Board Of Appeals, have declined serving another term. Sam Wellnitz was appointed to a four-year term on the board, leaving the board with two vacancies. The city will advertise for other interested parties.
 
Bill Barth was reappointed to another four-year term on the Property Maintenance Code--Problem Resolution Team as the city council representative. Lisa Westerbuhr has declined serving another term and Rebecca Christian had resigned, leaving two vacancies. The city will advertise for other interested parties.
 
Doak Nickerson was reappointed to another three-year term on the Tree Board. Laura Hawthorne has declined another term, leaving a vacancy. The city will advertise for another interested individual.
 
Dave Coe and Jerry Evans were each reappointed to another three-year term on the Zoning Board Of Adjustment.
 
Deb Cottier was retained as the Chadron representative to the Panhandle Area Development District (PADD).
 
In place of Mayor Karin Fischer, Vice Mayor Levi Grant will serve as the city representative to the Solid Waste Agency of Northwest Nebraska (SWANN). Public works director Milo Rust will continue to serve as the alternate.
 
Council member John Gamby will serve as the ex-officio representative for the Chadron Chamber of Commerce. The position was previously filled by former council member Jim Mapes.
 
Council member Paris Fisher will serve as the city council representative to the board of directors for the Nebraska Northwest Development Corporation (NNDC).
 
City manager Wayne Anderson will serve as the city representative to the Public Alliance for Community Energy (ACE) and the members’ council of the Nebraska Municipal Power Pool. Public works director Milo Rust will serve as an alternate in both instances. Anderson will also serve on the legislative committee for the League of Nebraska Municipalities, the NNDC personnel committee, and as an ex-officio representative for the NNDC.
 
(Questions? Comments? E-mail roxie@chadrad.com.)
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