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NACO's 2017-2018 Directory of County Officials is a valuable resource that not only gives you names, addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers and e-mail addresses of every county official in the state, but includes a listing of county board meeting days, NACO districts, county seats, NACO officers and directors, affiliate officers and NACO staff. In January, county clerks for each county will receive one complimentary copy of the directory intended for use by all offices in their courthouse. The NACO Directory will also still be available in electronic format by selecting the “County Officials Directory” icon on this page. The electronic version is updated on a regular basis and contains the changes that occur between printings of the hard copies.
A printed directory is available for $19.00 if non-taxable and $20.00 if taxable.
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William Tielke Elected President of Nebraska Association of County Officials
Kearney – Holt County Supervisor, William Tielke was elected 2017 President of the Nebraska Association of County Officials during the 122nd annual conference conducted in Kearney. Tielke has been a Holt County Supervisor since 2003. County Officials also elected Earl McNutt, Red Willow County Commissioner as Vice President, Deb Schorr, Lancaster County Commissioner as 2nd Vice President and Casey Sherlock, Hall County Surveyor as Secretary-Treasurer. Tielke will assume the duties of President from Robert Post, Banner County Commissioner who will serve on the NACO Executive Board as Past President. Pictured above from left to right are William Tielke, Earl McNutt, Deb Schorr, Casey Sherlock and Robert Post.
Sherry Schweitzer Receives Association’s Highest Honor
Kearney – Sherry Schweitzer, Seward County Clerk was honored by the Nebraska Association of County Officials as the County Official of the Year during the 122nd Annual Conference in Kearney on December 14-16, 2016. Schweitzer has served as the Seward County Clerk, Register of Deeds and Election Commissioner since 1997. Schweitzer is pictured receiving her award from 2016 NACO President, Robert Post.