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Posted on: December 12, 2023

Sarpy Board to Vote on Bonnie Moore as Next County Administrator

Bonnie Moore

The Sarpy County Board of Commissioners will consider Bonnie Moore as the next County Administrator at the Jan. 9 board meeting. 

Moore, who has been with the county since 2013, is currently Sarpy’s Chief Deputy County Attorney. 

“Bonnie is a strategic thinker with a clear vision. She knows how to build relationships and how to lead. Her experience and commitment to Sarpy stand out, and she’d be a great addition,” said Angi Burmeister, Sarpy County Board Chair. 

Moore led the Civil Division in the County Attorney’s Office before she was named Chief Deputy County Attorney in 2017. Working as County Attorney Lee Polikov’s second in command, Moore oversees the operations in the criminal, civil, child support, victim witness and diversion divisions in an office with more than 80 attorneys and staff.  

While most of Moore’s experience is with the County Attorney’s Office, she also served as the County’s Human Resources Director, from 2015 to 2017.  

“We have a talented team of dedicated professionals at Sarpy, and I’m excited at the prospect of working with them to build on the great work being done across the County,” Moore said.  

Moore graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha with a bachelor’s degree in political science and from Creighton University Law School with a juris doctorate.  

The vacancy is due to the departure of Dan Hoins, who was selected as the first full-time administrator for the Sarpy County and Cities Wastewater Agency in December. His last day with the county is Friday, December 15, after nearly seven years of service. 

The Sarpy County Administrator leads an organization of more than 700 employees. 

The terms of the County Administrator’s contract will be available when the Board votes on it during the next meeting on Jann 9 at 3 p.m. in the Sarpy County Boardroom. 

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About Sarpy County   

Sarpy County is the fastest-growing county in the state of Nebraska, attracting new residents, visitors, businesses and jobs each year. Sarpy County is home to the cities of Bellevue, Papillion, La Vista, Gretna and Springfield, as well as Offutt Air Force Base. In less than 20 minutes, you can travel from the vibrant urban centers to beautiful outdoor recreational areas and activities. More information is available at Sarpy.gov. 

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