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Posted on: January 11, 2022

Kelly, Burmeister to lead Sarpy County Board in 2022

Don Kelly and Angi Burmeister

Sarpy County Commissioners today selected Don Kelly to serve a seventh-consecutive term as Chairman of the Sarpy County Board. 

Kelly represents District 1 and was first elected to the board in 2012.

“Sarpy County continues to be the fastest growing county in the state, so 2022 is going to be a critical year for Sarpy in terms of providing the high quality infrastructure and services to residents and business owners,” Kelly said. “We’re investing in major roadway projects across the county, including Giles, Cornhusker and Platteview; the Wastewater Agency is going to start construction on a new sanitary sewer system in southern Sarpy; and we’re on track to finish the new Sarpy County Correctional Center, which will serve the county’s needs now and well into the future.”

Commissioner Angi Burmeister, who represents District 3, will serve as Vice Chair. She has been a member of the board since 2019.

“As we work toward completing these once-in-a-generation projects, we will continue to work with vision to the future and our focus will remain on providing quality needed services while protecting the taxpayers’ interests and the bottom line,” Burmeister said.

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